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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN SATU4DAY JULY30 1910 PRICE FIVE CENTS Succeeds REGAN Cummings As Nation al Head ot Hibernian k Order Missionary Spirit Shown By Delegates in Voting Funds j For Church ow Proldeut Heartily Favors Back to the Soil Idea 1 LADIES RETAIN OLD OFFICERS 41 The fortyseventh national con ventipn of the Ancient Order of Hibernians which began Its sessions at Portland Ore1 on Tuesday of last week was brought to a most auspicious close on Friday evening Much was accomplished In the four days and while there were disappointments for some of the delegates the majority was pleased with the general I result One of the last mat ters taken UP was the election of officers It resulted as follows National President James J Regan of St Paul Minn National Vice President Joseph McLaughlin of Philadelphia National secretaryJames F Mc Glnnls of Scranton Pa National TreasurerThomas J Maloney of Conch Bluffs Iowa These officers with the following constitute the National Board of D- Irectors William J Doherty 1111 nols Michael F Powers Michigan I WUHam T McLaughlin New Jersey I Patrick T Moran Washlngtoh D C and Oharles J Foy CanadaII Matthew Cummings who had been National President for two terms I aspired to reelection but was defeated by the narrow margin of twelve votes Chicago was the unanimous choice for the national convention in 1912 The convention adopted resolu tions urging the compulsory study of Irish history in parochial schools and advising reconciliation and unanimity among all Irish societies striving for the freedom of Ireland The delegates also pledged the order 4 urch in Oregon and of Canada Of this Is to be spent In Jls action is one oft magnanimous and Im t events In the history of the cfnlans Archbishop Christie of matIerI gates his special blessing as a token of regardII OSullivan of Lowell Mass was I given the floor He said he was elated by the missionary spirit shown by the delegates He gave 500 to the cause out of his own pocket and promised to give 500 more next year This caused Archbishop Christie to arise again and he said tflie next chapel built In Oregon would be erected with the money given by Mr OSillivan The question of organization of a national insurance society under the auspices of the order was discussed at length and it was finally decided that the incoming officers be authorized to formulate plans for the establishment of the society The new national officers and directors were clothed with full power to act In the matter It will be optional with State organizations to join the Insurance branch James J Regan the new National President ban just completed a term as National Vice President He is well known to Hibernians throughout L the country and his admirers are certain that ho will make an able chief executive Mr Regan Is Superintendent of Streets In St Paul and the admirable condition of that citys thoroughfares speaks volumes for his executive ability and devotion to duty One Important resolution that was adopted was that offered by the Press Committee It calls for allegiance and support of the Irish and Catholic press and urged falrmlnded men to give duo consideration to the press that has been hostile to Ireland and has seen fit to caricature the race and assail the officers ot the Hibernians James J Regan the newly elected President Is a firm believer in the hacktothesoil Idea He pre r in the course ofa few Kit numbers of welltodo ricans would own country ilmllar to thoso of IrelandI land After his election hen Minnesota there are hun r Jrlsh people brought from ested districts of the oldL ough the efforts of Arch Ireland and Bishop Mc who have settled on farms tate These people had corn ply little of this worlds good Icy reached America but in t twentyfive or thirty year ve become some of the most 3us and Influential residents Commonwealth national v ntonoftheAuxilIary also met In Port sf week Aside from the con fonot reports little sew iS developed 1tko Ihtk4i board addrewea IR several nen Tto following aat4o- were 1 I I rfi Ud t n- rJ C j- II I PresidentMrs Anna C Malta Scranton Pa Vice President Mrs Mary Mc Carthy Westfield Mass SecretaryMrs Louis Dii Ross Utica N Y- TreasurerMrs Mary B Daly Minneapolis II These with the following ladles constitute the National Board of Di rectors Mrs Mary MoWhorter Chl I eago Miss Mollle Fox Fort Wayne Ind I HIGH MASS I Parents of Father Mon 1aghon Are Proud and Happy 1ISunday I was a gladsome day for Mr and Mrs Joseph Monaghan of Central City Ky Their boy Patrick M Monaghan celebrated his first high mass In St Martins church his home parish Father Monaghan was ordained by the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue on July 15 and cele brated his first mass at St Patricks church In this city on the following day The young Levite was born In Ohio about twentyfour years ago When quite a small boy his parents removed to Central City At an early age young Patrick showed a vocation for the priesthood His good parents encouraged him and at the age ot thirteen lie was sent to college His theological studies were completed at Mount St Marys Emmlttsburg The Rev Father Andrew Meyer ling of Davlcss county was the as slstant priest at the high mass last Sunday A number of other clergy men from Western Kentucky assisted at the mass- iFollowing the mass a reception was held At the home ot Mr and Mrs Joseph Monaghan in honor of the young priest when nonCatholics swell as Catholics called to welcome him home INDIANAPOLIS Father Chartrand Named IAuxiliary to Bishop Chatard Catholics of Indianapolis and Indiana were most agreeably surprised Monday when news was received from Rome that the Rev Joseph Chartrand pastor of Sts Peter and Paul Cathedral had been appointed Auxiliary to Bishop Chatard with the right of succession succeeding the Right Rev Bishop 5came ii mlie lou lmghUEYhO last March Bishop Chartrand Is one of the most popular men among the clergy of Indiana as well as ono of the most able and his appointment means much to the diocese o IndianapolisThe Father Chartrands name war one of three selected by the con sulters of the diocese and the irre movable rectors and submitted to the Bishops of the Cincinnati provinc nine In number Including Archbishop Moeller Bishop Chatard Indianapo lis Bishop Allerding Ft Wayne Bishop ODonaghue Louisville Bish op Maes Covington Ky Bishop Foley Detroit Bishop Richter Grand Rapids Bishop Byrnes Nashville Bishop Hartley Columbus 0 and Bishop Farley Cleveland who met In April to pass upon the names The selection or selections of the Bishops then went to the Consistorial Congr gation of Cardinals and the final selection was made This selection was ratified by the Pope Saturday morning Bishopelect Chartrand was born In St Loj1- sGREAT SHOWING Made by the L C B A at Triennial Meeting In Cleveland The Ladies Catholic Benevolent Association which has been holding its triennial convention at Cleveland Ohio closed Its work by electing the following national officers President Miss Kate Mahoney Troy First Vice President Mrs Mary Marz Buffalo Second Vice Presi dent Miss Frances McGee Scranton Recorder Mrs A J Rayer Erie Treasurer Mrs Mary E Costello BrooklynMrs M McGowan of Buffalo who had been Supreme President for twenty years declined to stand for reelection As a mark of esteem the presentedIMrs McGowan with a 5000 auto mobileOne thousand delegates attended the convention The reports up to the first of June sfiowed that the organization had 1054 branches anJ 117901 members The order is nlle n sound financial condition ENJOYING VACATION Rev John T OConnor pastor of Holy Name church and Albert J Richards of this city and Rev A M Zoelier ot Holy Cross have been enjoying a short season of rest and recreation at West Baden Springs They are pppular with the guests appreciatedIBUYS MANTLE HOME Judge Matt ODotierty has become this owner ojf the Mantle home and property on the northeast corner of Fourth and Oak treets for which flPpald 25150 The property runs J15 tMtuourtJa and iSO fet on Oak atrot arid ai it II an ideal site Judge QDoher may VulM tktre a one spartmet hquwsI U n rj Jl iI k P WELCOME f Accorded Right Itcv Denis ODonagliue by Local Coun cilsotLMI New Bishop Gives Hearty Re spouse to Good Wishes Expressed Four Hundred Members ot Or der Gathered Around the Board I GALAXY OF YOUNG ORATORS if Four hundred members of the Young Mens Institute of Louisville gathered around the banquet board In the Gait House Monday night toImeet and greet the Right Rev Bishop ODonaghue A thundershower delayed the festivities for an hour but when the clouds passed away and the stars came out both Mackin and Trinity boys hurried to the festal board It was nearly 9 oclock when tho young men the flower of young Catholic manhood in Luolsville marched lit and were seated around the long tables in the main dining hall The speakers table was extended along the southern side of the hall while five tables extended from north to south Bishop ODona ghue was escorted Into the dining hall by Grand President Robert T Burke Grand Chaplain Rev George M Connor Rev Father J R Oden dahl df Henshaw and Michael 3fBrennan a member of Mackin Council and and cousin of the BishopoGrand Chaplain Connor invoked a blessing on the feast After antelaborate menu had been discussed Father Connor delivered a brief buttfeeling welcome to Bishop ODona ghue He bade him thrice welcome aas the chief pastor of the diocese oftLouisville and extended greetings in behalf of the Y M I in Kentucky and addedThey tried and true dear Bishop they have had difficulties and discouragements to face but dhavewill and determination which nothing I could daunt they have gone overtt the rough places bravely scaled the steep ones without faltering and theII Jlplen d e ul s whle now cro their efforts have not turned their heads or altered the even balance of their unfailing good sense They will be faithful to your lordship and rejoice In all that they can do for you In their humble way they will betprompt and ready for every service would love to anticipate each desire happy could they prove themselves as I know they can and will a strong right arm to their Bishop whose wish is their pleasure All eyes were centered upon theaBishop when he arose to respond He thanked Father Connor and theamembers of Mackin and JCouncilsi cordial greeting He said he would try to be worthy of the kind expresll sions to which the Grand Chaplain Il had given utterance he would notIbe tyrannical but he expected the support of the Young Mens Institute as well as of all other societies of Catholics in his diocese He told of his acquaintance with the Y M 1 In Indianapolis how he had encouraged l and fostered its growth there and commented upon the pos sibilities of the organization in Louis yule and throughout the diocese Then his Lordship said among other things Here in Kentucky and notably hero in the diocese of Louisville I know you are a great help to the community The organization helps Its members also They encourage each other and great opportunities are afforded of extending benefits to one another and becoming better citizens and better Catholics In these days societies are almost nec essary The man who Is not a Cathd tic may Join any society he chooses He prides himself upon his fraternal society It may Jbe forbidden to Catholics and the Catholic young man may sometimes feel like an orphan he may even be led to forget the duties to his bhurch and become a member of an organization that would bar him from the privileges of the church The Y M I fills this void It affords every opportunity offered by any of the other societies and sometimes more The outside societies can offer him nothing equal to what his own Y M I offers him To succeed ou must be obedient to the rules of your organization You must select your best men to fill your offices One of the dangers that have to be avoided is that you may get a little Indepandent and because of your numbers you may think that you may transgress the rules of the church with impunity but It is by following the precepts of the church that you will become great I stand always ready to give to the Louisville councils any advice aid or help in my ower The priest can do a great deal but he cannot do everything He needs the generous support ot his parish and the sustaining love of his people The Bishop In the same way must look for nld arid en couragement from those about him I shall not use my episcopal power toilord it over the people but to warn them agalnt daBgers and IIn return I ahall expect your help bi the great work I have in Louisville I wlllto xprew In a word the great piMumr ttltoI be Itlsyoll tfeii evenjniv anti I apprecIate fully the 1 j honor you do mehope I shall always l prove wOrthy f thkt helP and confidence which Ihall always expect from you I wish you great success IAfter the applaus subsided Grand I President Robert Tj Burke assumed the role of toastmwter He had a brief and trite introduction for each of the succeeding speakers Catholic Fraternity wal the themq of James B Kellys dlft course Thomas D Clines responded to Defenders Of the Faith VictOr K Ecker President of Trinityt Council spoke on the Y M In the East End1Our Physical Development Jtwas the subject lgned to Louis J Kieffer Dr Frank S Clark re sponded to the 41Vjf M I for the Young Man Drs A R Blzpt closed the evening with an address on The Present Age All the speakers acquitted themselves ad mirably and the jmshop expressed his pleasure at allho had seen and heard The evenings festivities made all present btter members of the Y M I and finore loyal supporters of the new BIshop I IIAPPY3NT7N8 S Five UrsuilnelSlsters eel ebrate Their Silver Jubilee II nutFive Ursuline celebrated the twentyfifth anniversary of their re ception Into the orSer on Tuesday I The Jublfarlans were Sister Mary J Denis of Cumberland Md Sister Mary Owensboro I Sister deChautellot of St Boni faces Paula and Sister Mary Scholaatica both of St J Josephs Orphan Asylum The Initial feature of the jubilee celebration was thethlgh mass cele I brated by the Revlj Father John Bohlsen In the Ursu the chapel TheII jubilarlans and the entire com munity received horn communion and up prayers of thanksgiving for the five nuns jjAfter the mass he routine avocations were dispensed with for tfiej day and theE was spent inlfestive rejoicing IMany local friends t the nuns andtnumber of relatives from t he city called to jWlsh them many more years of blessed usefulnellI I RECENT I TIIStt t I Maurice Gormangg venerable resi o ent of the East JHEnd died OK h Wednesday and hlsjremalns reposed In Barretts mortuary chapel until Il the funeral whlchJRook place fromtt St Johns church pJfhursday hiornII 8dediherThe funeral of Felix Gross who died on Friday morning of last week I took place from jj the Cathedral onI I I Sunday afternoon Many friends of he deceased attended his obsequies The deceased was fortyfour yearsII old He Is survived by his wife who was Miss Katherine GrayissiI I The funeral ot Mrs Bridget I Keane widow of Michael Keane and n old and highly esteemed resident a of New Albany whose death occurred t tho home of her daughter Mrseohn Dunn 312 West Main street took place Tuesday morning at Holy I Trinity church of which she had lo ig been a faithful member InII Keane was sixtynine years of ags and is survived by four childrent Miss Anna Belle Feeney one of theJJ most popular young ladies In the West End died at her home 1933 Vest Walnut street on Friday morn Ing of last week Her funeral tookII place from St Charles Borromeo Jl church on Sunday afternoon She IsJ survived by her mother Mrs Bridget Hoeck a sister Miss Catherine Feeney and a brother Edward t Feeney The deceased was held InIhigh esteem by all who knew herIJ Mrs John Gavin a respected matron of St Louis Bertrand churchIdied at her home 706 Florence Place early Tuesday morning She had been 111 several weeks and her death was not unexpected The deceased was fiftyfour years old and was the groIcera sister Mrs Catherine KIrce and two brothers Dennis and John Glenn also survive Her funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church Thursday morning and was largely attended The funeral of Herman Elllng who died Tuesday took place with solemn ceremony yesterday morning at St Martins churchlIrE1lIng was born In Germany but had spent the greater part of his life In this city where ho was held In high esteem by all classes His death was due to grief over the death of his wife and old age Three sons the Rev Bernard Elllng of Bunley Mich Henry Elllng of Volz Michael and Frank Elling manager i of the delivery department for the Stewart Dry Goods Company and II two daughters Misses Mary and Josephine Eillng survive him I BOSTON ROWDIES I The entire country was surprised on Tuesday to road In the dispatches that in cultured Boston certain vandals had attacked a club house temporarily occupied by the pastor WorcesterStones dows were wrecked One stone atnick the foot of the bed yfaloh was oc BernardiPoertynately father Doherty was not In jured He went But teapead a well earned vacation aifedrt time ago Beton police aMlfeEtHUec are en tie trail of tie yaitafe v v tI- n l 1 i rDOMINICANS Will Honor Patron Saint With Fitting and Sol mn- Oeremonles I Franciscan Fathers Will Ofllci ate at Ute Solemn Festal Mass Vicar General Cronin Will Preach Panegyric oi Rosary Anostle II REVERED IN OLD KENTUCKY Thursday will be St Dominics day the patron saint of the Dominican fathers but the solemn observation will take place on Sunday August 7 In Louisville the Dominican fathers are preparing for a big day at St Louis Bertrands church As is customary the Franciscans of St Boni face church will officiate at the solemn high mass St Dominic and St Francis of Assist were cotempo rarles and friends Each succeeding year the Franciscans invite the Dominicans to officiate for them on St Francis day and on St Dominics day the compliment is returned The panegyric of Bt Dominic this year will be preached by the Very Rev James P Cronin pastor of St Patricks church and Vicar General of the diocese Many local priests will be present In the sanctuary The choir of St Louis Bertrand church will sing the CSreoglan music St Dominic who founded the devotion of the holy rosary was born at Calaruega a small town in the diocese of Osma Spain He was educated at the University of Palencia which was afterward re moved to Salamanca Church hls torlanj tell us that from the time he came to the use of reason he ap pears to have had a heart burning with the love of God and a conse quent horror of sin coupled with an unquenchable zeal for the promotion amongisAt the time of Dominics ordination the Bishop of Osma was distressed by the laxity and tepidity of many of his clergy He wished to Introduce a regular and quasicon I m2cal9J1 Q hi CathearntandJyoung DominiC In his zeal appeared a fit Instrument for the purposeIn 1204 he accompanied his Bishop to France on a diplomatic mission While there Dominic noticed with distress the evil that was being wrought by the Albigenslan neretlcs A year later Dominic was In the Province of Lauguedoc iPrance preaching against the heresy He was unattended by splendid retinues From the start his words were heard nightsfd to him In a vision and bade him preach her rosary From that time ho used the rosary as a subject for preaching and teaching and to this day the followers of St Dominic have a great devotion to that form f prayer Other zealous young men from Spain and Franco Joined St Dominic from time to time until 1215 when his community was composed of sixteen men All were pre pared to embrace any rule of life that Dominic might prescribe Final ly Dominic obtained consent from hlS1newbiographers tell us that the ohlef articles of the rule enjoined perpetual silence there being no permitted superiorfastsJnterruptlonfromcomplete abstinence from meat except in serious Illness the use of woolen garments In place of linen a rigorous poverty and many other austeritiesThe Dominican monastery was built at Toulouse France In PopeHonoriusfullylegalizing bySting Brothers Rapidly houses were established under his management at Paris Metz and Venice The first BolognaInnumbered sixty convents The Domin- Ican order has contributed three Popes to the roll of Roman Pontiffs more than sixty Cardinals 140 Arch BIshopsStsaint canonized was a Dominican nun Albertus Magnus St Thomas Aquinas St Raymond St Hyacinth and hundreds of other Dominicans livere preachers and teachers of the I rue faith Kentuckians revere Dominicans for another reason The order had Its StateslatItoseMonasterySienna Convent are lasting monuments to the zeal of the white robed sons and daughters of St Dominic CALLED TOO SOON The funeral of William A J Gavin wko died at the family resi dence 2527 West Main street on Friday morning of last week took place tram St Cecilias church or Monday morning anti thEthrontthat gathered at the requiem maac I skews la Mime degree the esteem In MrOavlwaiIpeaiT4s7ean 1 i II his preliminary education In tha local pirochlil schools and then at sevjeralbeen Secretary and Treasurer of the Southern Law and Adjustment Com pany He Is survived by his mother Mrs Winifred Gavin and a brother J 0 Gtvln GLAD TIDINGS Rev rather Rock Recovers Prom a Painting Spell The Very Rev Father P M J Rock rector of the Cathedral who suffered from fainting spells on Wednesday and whose condition for a while alarmed his friends is much Improved and It is believed out of danger Father Rock has been suf fering from a severe case of stomach trouble but kept nwlth his strenuous parish work His many friends and admirers both Catholic and nonCatholic will be glad to hear of his spcedly re storation to health For nearly forty years Father Rock has labored Indefatigably in this diocese A native of Ireland he brought with him to America the zeal of his native Armagh and the Irish spirit that never says quit In Louisville ho has proven a priest In all the word Implies an ardent Irishman and a staunch supporter of all that is good In American Institutions It was Father Rock that made possible the recent embellishment of the interior of the Cathedral Ho planned others executed It Is hoped that he will live many more years and that his labors may be lightened to a point commensurate with his physical strength GREAT JOY For People of St Johns Over a Favorite Son Tomorrow will be a gala day for the people of St Johns parish for another of their boys will sing his first solemn high mass at 10 oclock The new minister of God is the Rev Francis OConnor who was ordained in Rome last month After complet- Ing his preliminary studies in theIUnited States he spent five years the American College In Rome Father OConnor Is a son of Mrs Lucy OConnor President of the Altar Eo clety ot St Johns Church and of- thttJao James OIQonnor H Js a r JiyrC1imw1 mifilUffiJ of the leading merchants of Indianapolis and of Charles J Robert Dr Bernard and Attorney Alexander OConnorThe high mass will begin at 10 oclock with Father OConnor as celebrant The Rev Father George W Schuhmann D D will be the assistant priest and the dea con and subdeacon respectively wit be the Rev Father Michael Melody Chaplain of St Vincents Orphan Asylum and the Rev Father John D Kalaher pastor of St Columbas church The officers ot the mass have been chosen fittingly Fathers OConnor and Kalaher were baptized at St Johns Fathers Melody Kalaher and OConnor though year separate them in age received their first schooling and made their first communion at St Johns and all had been Imbued with religious zeal by the rector emeritus the venerable Father Bax Father Schuhmann the present pastor of St Johns will preach the sermon After the mass Father OConnor will impart the iPapel blessing to those present a I special privilege granted him by Holiness Pope Plus X hisII Father OConn67Js the fifth celebrate his first mass in local churches within the month Others were Fathers Secundo Mensa Patrick Monaghan Joseph Greweltng and Joseph Herms ALL PLEASED Mother Praxldes Chosen to Succeed Herself as Superior Mother Praxedes for fourteen years the Mother Superior of the Sisters of Loretto has been reelected for another term She Is held In high II esteem by former pupils and graduates of Loretto Academy as well as by the members of the community I of which she Is head Mother Wil fred was chosen to fill the office of Vlcaress the second highest place InIthe community Mother Poslne selected to be the head of the big academy conducted by the Sisters of Loretto at Las Cruces New Mexico I lother officers of the order chosen were Mother Victorine Secretary j Mother Mary Thomas Procuratrlx Mother Francesea Local Superior Mothers Evangelista and Laurentla members of the Council I Reports from the various Institu tions showed that the order was in a IIflourishing condition spiritually and temporally BANKS CLOSE EARLY Beginning August 6 the banks and trust companies of Louisville will close at 1 oclock every Saturday This Is In accordance with a bill i passed by the Kentucky LegislatureI that became a law on St PatrlcksI 1 cie y four years ago The vole of the Clearing House Association wai unanimous and the kInk employ I are elated ovr the added time grant ed tBentfor recreation anil ree n SOCIAL SIDE Ot Hibernian Convention Was Made More Than Usually Attractive Big Banquet at Portland Armory Attended By Sixteen Hundred 1J Street Parade and Illuminated rlu Floats Gave Views ot 1 Ireland 1 BOAT TROLLEY AND SIDE TRIPS There was a great social side as wellas a business sale to the Ancient Order of Hibernian national convention at Portland last week and the delegates to the Ladles Auxiliary convention were in on everything that happened On Wednesday night there was a big banquet at the Port land Armory No less than 1600 guests tat down to the feast Dr Andrew C Smith of Portland pre sided as toastmaster The first speaker was the Most Rev Alexander Christie Archbishop of Portland He responded to tho toast the Holy Father Bishop Carroll of Helena Mont responded to The President and paid tribute to Mr Taft The A O H was the theme of Nation President Cummings and in Ills a dress he took occasion to say Ij land will support Germany if Jever fights England The pried tier support to England will r loss of Irelands ifreedom r Joseph Folk former Governor uc Missouri delivered an address enloglstic of woman and WHH given repeated and prolonged applause While the feast was In progress the Portland Capella Chorus of 105 voices sang a number of American and Irish airs From an Instrumental point of view Dixie caught the crowd and when it was appaluded Maryland My Maryland was given Mrs Raymond A Sullvan of Portland sang The Stat Spangled Banner whilo the audience stood at attention In response to ensores she sang Klllarney and The Last Rose ot Summer Prob ably the most popular selection of the evening was the solo and chorus VODonnell Aboo S rTur9daYnlg fiTffl b ra big street parade Let the Morning Oregonian tell about that A whirling sea of Irish faces glimpses of the old sod alone and In Its American associations stirring life pictures of the youngest and most beautiful IrishAmerica has to of ferthese were some of the things the great parade of the Ancient Or derof Hibernians brought forth It was typically Hibernian The sing ing of the pathetic Irish airs with which the whole world is acquainted the playing by the bands of rollicking Irish music made the ever tempera mental crowd feel all the shades of emotionEvery cross street was Jammed with automobiles the streets lined with an eager pressing throng Irish yells were frequently heard but then everything was Irish and more than 2000 delegates took part in Iho parade None would question the sincerity of those people Led by their national officers they inado IL bravo and inspiring sight It was Impossible not to sympathize with the old Irish woman who stood at Sixth and Morrison streets and called her commendation to her boy mounted as an assistant to the Chief Mar U shal In broadest Irish accent As the tears rolled down her faco she told her son he was a credit to the home country lA striking feature of the parade were the Illuminated floats Robed lIs white with a green band bearing the word Tacoma stretched across tho bosoms of their gowns twenty one young women from the City of Destiny rode by Ono float repre sented the national ensign It was drawn by four horses and surrounded by torch bearer and the flag was born on a shield Ahead as guards stood two soldiers of colonial times in the rear two soldiers of today Then came the Shamrock float representing All Ireland Ahead waa a map of Ireland shown by counties Rowing from It was a typical IrIsh- man standing upright Just across the sea was Uncle Sam greeting the newcomer with outstretched hand i A score of pretty Portland children I attired in white and green formed the backgroud The final float show ed Admiral Jack Barry on the deck of the frigate Lexington The Governor the Archbishop the Circuit Judges and the Mayor were proud to ride in this procession Besides the banquet and street parade the visitors were given trol ley rides and steamboat rides galore RESTING COMPOItPABLYI Miss Nellie Finegan who sustained a broken arm In falling fronr a Bar ret avenue car on Wednesday of last week Is resting as comfortably as possible at the family residence 103 S South Sixth street The accident oc curred when the car from which iha was alighting started suddenly SHEljBYVILlJS MATRON ILL Mrs Mary Delaney an estimable lady of ahelbyyllle IIt reported as recovering from a Mjrere illness at St Aathoriys HoapltjiLl n o t1 D p- uJ c- D o I- K4 NTUOK xi sir AMERXCAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflNtfey- ofed to the Social and Morall Mvuctmmni of Irish AmericiM and Catholics Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens i Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Batired at th L ulerllie Poitofflc a Secoad Claea flatter r AMreMiM Csaeadcatleaato the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 31921 West dree St II LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 30 1910 CATHOLIC VICTORY According to pros cables the Brit Ish House of Commons has passed tho second reading of the bill elim- Inating the language objectionable to Catholics In the Kings accession 1 oath Its passage was brought aboutl a by a vote of 410 to eightyfour While the now oath eliminates that part of the declaration pronpunclni Catholics Idolators It Inserts ta clause which reads And declar member of th faithfulthat I am a Protestant churchIIt Is believed that all difficulties bllllwillbe accepted by the House of without further trouble Lorl1sI Score one tor the courage and fairness of King George V It was at fcls dictum that the language objectionable to so many of his sub- Jects was eliminated DUTY OF PARENTS The vacation is drawing to a close but In the meantime parentI who Intend sending their chlldrei lo Catholic colleges or academicI dgiito become acquainted with Lo advantages offered by the instl Ions that are bidding for their Lronage Tho best way to ascer K these advantages is by reading advertisements of these college and academies in a Catholic paper The academy or college that has real advantages to offer know the value of advertising In the Catholl U press Those who fall to advertlsi may have certain light but they are hiding It under a bushel A Catholic fathers and mothers you l gtlthem In the way of education Qlvi them the best even If you have to make sacrifices Remember that the k Christian education must come first NOTE OF WARNING t His Eminence Cardinal James Gib f Atin I p obratcdw the feverityfslxtht r anniversary of his birth last Satur day Despite his advanced age the mind of this able churchman Is bright and clear In the course ott an interview ho sounded again th warning note against the evil of the American divorce system In part he saidWo 4 are facing the gravest question of civilization Just nowthe di vorce The church discourages divorce because it is discouraged bj higher divinity than the institution i of tho church Christ In his sermon on the mount said that a woman t r i could have only one husband andl that If she was divorced and marriedl again she spent her life In sin with her second or third husband as the case might have been It is ap palling to think that Women of tojlay 4marry four or five times Somn r women seem so thoughtless about theI noblest rite that they give more at tention to the selection of a new gown than they do to divorce and marriage Not only the church but all society must unite to discourage this festering institution Divorcees t should be made social outcaslsII that would be hard in but the sacrifice would be worth the endEvery Catholic wants to see the great American Ship of State sail proudly on and If she is to continue her proud course the warning ot Cardinal Gibbons must be heard and heeded TIMELY SUGGESTIONS What is there In Irish character that makes its people recreant In the support of the papers that are de voted to their Interests asks the esteemed editor of the Bpston Hiber nian He asks further questions and makes timely comments on the sub ject in this wise knowI no pa per in the country that goes regular Jy to its readers but costs far more than the readers have any idea of They do not realize that the bills of the printer have to be met every Is I sue They receive It regularly r IorI twist office but they show far less re gardspr the tact of whether their ubse Lions are paid up to date or iti arrfarji If anything happens that eti IrliihjaAn te defrauded of his rights and the paper takest the mat- tqri upnnd lays bare the fraud they are loudly vocal In their applauding cf its efforts but they do not think t I ot ttelliolfn obligation in the mat rJt rfeVP tlwMili tpeY My be twos r three if not more yeara behlnU lw ibt nMft roJttheir u1nerjplioia The editorhasi beenFanyyeara la She newspaper buabJthe le free to confess that our people have- a most inexplicable indifference incoming to time with the payments due the paper Our readers have a whole year in which to pay their subscriptions but the publisher must pay the full amount of the printers bill with every issue We have no I fault to find with the subscribers who take care of their accounts when they are due but we have the best I possible reason to find fault with those who receive the paper regularly while in arrears and seem to give no thought to their obligation It may be due to lhoughtlessnei and I lit this be the case we would urge upon there people the Justice of giving more thought to the matter and sending in to us what is due at their earliest convenience We would be able to give them a much better paper If they would do their own part in the matter and we ask nc more than that part WOMAN AND TIER RIGHTS Once In a while you will find a per LllionI with the habiliments of a man who declares that woman euffrag Is bound to come It is not to b I believed however that manhooJ would long submit to be governed 1by a combination of male and female suffragettes Virile men would despise t themselves If they should tame Ily allow to exist an absurd domlna tlon of crankS rakes mollycoddle I alliesI rights Let them enjoy a complete monopoly feathloreneglect children and the home forI their clubs and amusements becauseI their Creator has endowed then with the power to choosey betweenI good and evil but the right to gov tern outside their own families has never been theirs and until men ceaSe to be men it never will be The county officials of South Mend I Indr eta precedent in dealing with I labor troubles when they positively refused to protect the property of theI Grand Trunk Railroad Company un less that company withdrew its im ported private detectives and armed guards Gov Marshall backs up the I deII their ultimatum If there were moreI such Sheriffs and Governors there1 j t would be fewer labor troubles anl lless riots TilE DIG DAY Annual IrishAmerican Celebration at Fon taine Terry i Under the auspices of Division 1 the Hibernians of Jxmisvllle and vicinity will celebrate IrishAmerican I day In great style at Fontaine Ferry Park on Wednesday August 10 At a meeting of the Executive Commit tee this week special features were arranged for and the programme al most completed The park and band forIbe Irish dances and in the theater there will be an original Irish bill It is the desire of Division 1 to make this the occasion for a general re union of the sons and daughters of Erin Chairman Thomas Keenan and the officers and members will form a general Reception Committee and it will not be their fault if the day is not a happy one for all who attend An invitation is also ex tended to our German societies to Join in this celebration of Irish American day TOURING IRELAND Hon Jeremiah A Sullivan of Richmond Ky is now touring Ire land and has sent several beautiful picture post cards to friends in Louis ville Mr Sullivan will visit England and Scotland before going to the European continent HERE TO LIVE Willlcm Cunningham oneof the host known hotel men in the country hut now one of the proprietors of the Wlllard Hotel has disposed of the Wescott Hotel at Rlchmod Ind and come to Louisville to live With his jiattner Harry HIcks he will be ac live In the management of the Wil lard Messrs Hicks and Cunningham also control the Rand Hotel at Cln cinnati MERITED TRIBUTE The London Saturday Review says Swift scoffed at Irish wit in some biting lines nevertheless Irish wit la ORe of tfce most precious things One seen has a mrfelt of the profes aIoJialfl1n7mln IBngtaHd the pawky ef the AaierleJiii humorUt The Irish peaMnt never disappoints alllOnaleandJJaaturl l 11- Ili Sti 11I1I 6 S GIEiV1 1 iitM alIiIJMiss Minnie Murray of Clifton Is I visiting relatives In New YorkI Miss Margie Relihan is spending her two weeks vacation at White Mills I Mrand Mrs Edward OHearn and son have gone to Martlnsvllle for iten days visit Miss Mary Gibbons of Clifton ie Ihe guest of relatives at Frankfort her former home MISS JULIA MAY HESSION Winner of the Hibernian Prize Dia mond Ring Misses Katherine and Mary Fin nigan have gone to Oconomowoc WIs for a stay of three weeks Miss Mary Mackin has returned to her home in Lebanon after an en Joyable visit to Louisville friends John T Murphy and Alber Carraro and wire were among the past weeks sojourners at Fishervllle Mr and Mrs Edward J Bosle will go to White Mills tomorrow to spend the remainder of the summer Miss Annie Flaherty who has beer 111 of typhoid fever Is reported improving at her home in South Louisville Mrs McCloy of Clifton had as her guests this week John McCloskey and wire who will soon return to Maryland Peter M OReilly and Misses Sadie Donahue and C Moran were guests at Sweet Sulphur Springs last week Misses Catherine and FlorenC Glltnahe have icne to Evansville tc visit their sgI rMrs John eton Cant e r f Miss Josle IFarrell of New York City is visiting her aunt Mrs Jennie Flble West Secnod street New AlbanyMrs W D Williams of Bedford Ind Is here on a visit to her brother Major Patrick Ridge of 1213 East BroadwayMrs Von Schon Rubel avenue has as her guests this week the Misses Maude and Minnie Foley of LexingtonGeorge W Murphy has returned from Kansas and Oklahoma and Is visiting his parents at 92G South Second street Miss Evelyn Wall of Jeffcrsonvllle Is In Cincinnati for a visit of several weeks with her grandmother Mrs Maggie Gobin Mrs Mary Ryan of New Albany who fell and sustained a fracture of the hip last week is making favorable progress toward recovery Miss Jewel C Kelly and Kathryn Delaney left last Friday for a two weeks stay at Wequetonslng and a tour of the Northern lakes Mr Carl Kiefer of Indianapolis has been visiting here the past week as the guest of Mr and Mrs Wm Mayer of Sherwood avenue Mr and Mrs William Shea and son William Jr of New Jersey are visiting their aunt Mrs Annie Con nell of 1814 Portland avenue Miss Virginia Murphy daughter of EX F Murphy has gone to South I3rend Ind for a visit to Miss Laura Kaufer The two were classmates at LorettoMiss Helen Loretta Cassidy and Frank 8 Meaglier will be united in matrimony at St Louis Bertrand church at8 oclock next Wednesday morning There is much rejoicing in the Veeneman home 750 Second street over the arrival afa pretty baby girl visitor In which Papa Lawrence Is the leader Mr and Mrs John Wigging and daughters of Mansfield Ohio who will locate here are for the present the guests of Mrs Joe Farrar in South Louisville Miss Mary McCormick of Nash ville has been spending the week as the guest of the family of Capt Tames McLaughlin 218 West Market street New Albany 1 Miss Josephine Oertel was pleas aUtly surprised on Thursday of llist week when a number ot her young friends and admirers gave a perch party in her honor MlM Marls H verin entertained wttha dinner and theater party Mon aryMni fat iFtontalne Ferry Park In Junior of Miaa Jeule ldwltii ot NkelwUtl ThoMi Put etya Mina Carrie Uhrlf crab Walshe- a t QQ Mamie Uhrlg Margaret Flynn Mar garet Dalzell Carrie Veaoli Mar garet Herinessy Irene Jackman Jen ale Ledwitht Frances Clara and Mar garet Heverln Martin Ridge Is at Bedford Ind the guest of his cousin Cecil Wit llama Before his return he wil spend some time In Indianapolis He will be gone ten days r Mrs John W Galvin and daughters Misses Elizabeth and Allc Hayes left Tuesday for White Sulphur Springs to spend the re mainder of the summer I portIlandthe guest of Owen Sullivan and wife and Miss Mary Sullivan who are spending the summer there Mrs Frank Receveur and niece Miss MaybellSpeith of JeffersonvilleIand Miss Anna I Albany left Saturday for West Bader Springs to remain two weeks I I Miss Katie Tatty of Memphis Tenn Is expected to arrive hereI within a few days to spend severa weeks with her aunt Mrs John Mul laney of South Seventh street Capt Mike Wall of Jeffersonvllle returned from Cincinnati the first of the week accompanied by his wife aiid daughter Miss Helen who hat been visiting Mrs Maggie Gobin Phil J Sandmann of East Breck inrldge street left last Saturday 01 a visit to Denver and Colorant Springs and will go from there to Yellowstone Park and other point West Misses Adelaide Crush and Edna Haupt and Messrs Louis Herrman and Milton Relmers have gone to Evansville to be members of a hous party being entertained by Miss Tessa Henry Miss Mary Ridge entertained or Thursday evening in honor of Jame ONeill of Baltimore and Dan Drls roll of Louisville who have beer attending St Charles College Elli cott City Md Mr and Mrs Edward J Ladle have returned from a pleasant visit to Elizabeth Ind where they were the guests of Mrs Ladlees mother Mr Ladlee brought home a stock of marvellous fine stories with whirl to regale his friends There has been a continuous reception this week at the residence of Mr and Mrs Timothy Stone 300i Fourth avenue in honor of the ar rival ox a son to brighten their home The valiant policeman says the boy will be a worthy companion for his next vacation Miss Susie Pfeiffer and Daniel Schreiber popular young people 01 the West End will be united in mar riage at St Cecilias rectory next Tuesday evening The Rev Father Norman will oclate The bride oJilfhfortunate groom Jsa member of the firm of Schreiber Bros Twentysixth and Bank streets and is a popular member of Macirln Counc- ilOIIOURILE J Has Daring Plans Poi Raisins Battleship Maine John E ORourke of New York the IrishAmerican engineer who bridged the Hudson at Poughkeepsie and drove the Pennsylvania railroad tunnel under the North river tias laid before Acting Secretary of WarI Oliver his plan for raising the Maine from the mud of Havana harbor This newest plan Is based upon a system I I of pneumatic caissons such as have made possible the building of extremely deep foundations under water and which contributed largely to the success of the building of tun nels under the Hudson No divers are used and the pontoon system is put completely aside The method proposed is to swing the Maine in a cradle of powerful cables and lift her completely out of the water where a complete inspection of her hull will be possible While the ship is suspended above water ORourke declares she can be repaired as readily as if she were in dry dock and after being relaunched from the cable can leave Havana harbor under her own steam This is said to be the first plan yet proposed which would present the ship to a naval board in precisely the same condition as she sunk on the night of February 15 1898 TinEBIAN IS TREASURER The Kentucky State Board of Con trol has elected Henry Thlemann Cashier of the Soifhern National Bank Treasurer for the Central Ken tucky Asylum for the Insane at Lake land and henceforth the Southern National will be the depository for the funds of that institution The board displayed sound judgment in the selection made for this important office which will prove a considerable avlng1n the State expense account NICKED BY HORSE Barney P Mulloy the well known New Albany coffee and tea dealer was seriously hurt by being kicked In the face by a horse he was lead- Ing to water His nose was broken his face cut and a gash made over one eye that may effect the sight Though resting easy at his home on the Paoll pike Mr Mulloy will notre able to be out for at least another week He Is a brother of John Nut loy of this city i I ATHLETES MUST WALK l Martin Sheridan Jahn Flanogan lnII Matt McGratb ihecrack fttthet fI of the Ns York IrlshAmerK an Athletla Chub have been ran- ferrfclto petrol duty Heretofore rhile octeiurtblr jwllcMMB they had iSep bertbt In tke City Marshals oft fIte I C JI J R XNTS OF BQLUMJS Late News That Will Interest Members Hers arid Else- Where Tho Knights of Columbus have a council In Detroit with a member ship of about 1000 At Alamosa OIa new council the first in the San Luis Valley has Just started out with fortysix charter membersUnder the auspices of the Knights of Oswego N Y the opera Mikado will be presented in October for the benefit of St Francis Home An Archbishop and two Bishops will welcome the Knights when they convene next month in Quebec This Is indeed a tribute to a great body of laymenIheld last week to dls cess the future of the council al Pueblo Colthe Grand Knight ap pointed committee to devise ways of promoting more sociability amoni members QUEBEC Knight of Columbus Will I Hold Convention Next Week The Knights of Columbus will hotr their twentyeighth national conven tlon at Quebec beginning on Tuesday August 2 and continuing three days It promises to be the best convention ever held by the Knights In the first place it will afford an opportu nlty for a rare outing coupled with the pleasure to be derived from visiting old Catholic shrines and land marks and beholding the unequaled scenery of Canada Another reason I for the Increased attendance will be the increase In the number of Knights during the past twelve months I The Quebec Knights have a 75i 000 home There they will receive and extend hospitality to the visitors On the morning of Tuesday August 2 the Knights will march In proces sIon from Columbus building to thoI Basilica where Pontifical mass wil be celebrated by the Right Rev Monsignor Roy Auxiliary Bishop oi Quebec The Right Rev Dr M J Fallon Bishop of London Ontario will preach a sermon in English and I tho Rev Canon Gauthier ol Montreal will preach the sermon In FrenchThe I formal opening of the convention Js scheduled for 11 oclock Ad dresses of welcome will be made by Mayor Oronln and Dr A A Dassault State Deputy Supreme Knight James A Flaherty of Philadelphia will re spond In behalf of the visitors After that the ordinary business will be taken up but time each day has beet allotted for visiting noted shrines and points of interest- RI1ERVIEIV ATTRACTIONS Manager Lum Simons will offers bill forRlvervteW 1Parkfext we4b- that bids fair to outclass any pre seated in Louisville tins season The open air concerts which have won publlIWIll thisIaturesfind Rlverview the Ideal spot for recreation and pleasure CATHOLIC KNIGHTS The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America are making extensive preparations for Catholic Knights day at Fontaine Ferry Park next month A meeting of the Executive Committee will beheld Monday night when the pro I gramme will be arranged There are seventeen branches in the Falls Cities and all will participate in this annual reunion NEW PACKING COMPANY A syndicate made up very largely ef local capitalists has purchased the I plant of the Louisville Packing Com pany at Story avenue and Pocahontas street and intends to resume the ibbatoir business on or about August 1 J J Cafrrcy is the head of the lew corporation The name of the new company is the Louisville Pack lug and Provision Company Mr i affroy and his associates will en Ipavor to give Louisville a firstclass neat emporium JlANY TOURISTS William R Martin President and Manager of the Martin Machine Company has received a series of postals rom his mother and sister Miss tourIIngenjoying their trip abroad Other friends have received post cards toe tourists and among them fromI picture ot Parnells grave In levin cemetery Dublin PUOK MORIUCir HOME I Prof Edward Morbach who underwent a serious operation end was for five weeks at St Josephs Infirmary ISllIIn at his home 316 West irecklnrldge making nice progress I award full recovery One of the lead Ins musicians of the city and prominent in fraternal and social circles he has a host of friends who wfU rejoice over his Improved con lltlon FRIENDS ARE CALLING I Many friends are calling upon other Placldo Keating who sucI reds Sister Mary Thomas as Mother Superior at Cedar Grove Academy InL Portland Mother iPlaclde came here from dlrardeau Mo where the orettines have a great institution Sbe is of an old Louisville family nnd her pupils are to bo found wher eVElr the Loretto order Is known LMPORTANT DmwrINGp A naming ef the Ladles Society ill behold at Its Mary arid Xliu beth Hospital at 3 paloek tomorrow i u fl u LORETTO Boarding School For Young Ladies NINETYNINTH YEAR BEGINS SEPT 5 1910 For Terms apply to Directress Nerinx PO Ky MARYS p- ST COLLEGES- T i M I RY MARION CO Commercial Course with Business College IYiiHigh School Course preparation for Law macy Dental and Engineering Schools Collegiate Course preparation for Seminaries and Universities tNew Gymnasium with Instructor Catalogue address iIIForI JAOLOWICZ C R President SL Mary Kentucky iNNNee NNN+ +NNNNeNN HALFOF YOURTROUBLE GONE When You Use DIAMOND WALL PLASTER in Your Building MANUFACTURED BYiKENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated II First end River Both Phone 2267 Also operating Hooder Wall Plaster Plant LouUvllle 1Coo Jeftenonvllle Ind Phone 655 I I + t I t feFIHE WINES CHAMPAGXKI AU KOKB t 345 West Green Street LlQUOU CIGAR RtFFN41 t uu dn U CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading Moving Pic ture Houses in Louisville Catering especially to Ladles and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management Pre sentlngjjuly the standard productions hlsTdrlcT dramatic and comr RIVERVIEWLouisvilles Resort Presenting High Class Vaudeville Matinee and Night Free Concerts by SIGNOR CARLO ULIVIERIS BAND Dancing Best Restaurant in South the Joy Rldeeverythlng newgrander than ver take West Broadway cars cnnc ADMISSION FREE ff ONTAINE FERR THE PARK BEAUTIFUL I CLASSVAUDEVILLE I FREE CONCERTS EVERY NIGHTI EXCEPT SUNDAY y 800 3KK pM1 IGREGGSI DANCING CUSCADENICE CREAMWITH Designs in the Center IS ALL THE RAGE TELEPHONE 518 AND 584 We ship to all railway stations Spe clal rates to churches and lodges 309311 Second Street Louisville afternoon and Mrs P S Qanz Presi dent ot the organization requests n full attendance The Idea is to make further arrangement for the lawn ffete to be held on the hospital grounds on the afternoon and even- Ing of August 30 and 31 VISITING AGED PARENTS The Rev Father John H Riley paster of the Church or the Annun ciation at Shelbyviile has gone East and wltIspend the month of August With his aged parents at Fall River Mass Father Rltey Is popular throughout the Louisville diocese and It is hoped by all that he wlll return much benefited from his well earned vacation REVEREND VISITOR The Rev Father J H Hillebrand of St Boniface church Evansvllle aDdfQrmerlytP8lto of St Marysof the Knobs church in Floyd county Indiana spent several days this week with friend la and around the IfallfiI Cities 10- U FOR Furniture Of Ill Kinds at the L Prices go i WM F MAYEJ5 419 W MARKET ST Jos Dougherty Everett tannIng Dougherty lanninJ COAL CoInc- orporated Plttsburg and JellieD Coal Now is the time to lay In your winter supply of Coal Try Dougherty Lanning for the best quality of Pittsburg and Jelll co Coal HOME PHONE 1783 CUMB 907a TARDS15118S MAGNOLIA 7IH S WOLIfc PETER M ANDRIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERSC- arriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET PHOENIX HILL Open For tits Seas NOW IS THE TIME TO SECU- REPicnics Socials Outings l Thlsbeautlful Park has bee improved and is furnished wii equipment throughout Soc parties should consult the roar of Phoenix Hill before closing c CUCU3CHER8 To eat cucumbers without bad effects eat plenty of ra with them The onion conti neutr17thePDthecticumer I I u to r Q 0- u K NTUOKY IRISH LMERrOAN r- i Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions en Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETw TELEPHONE 810 k i HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSI sus as1 Mohi Street I D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET pfl NNANN NNNNN 1 3 E TRACYL H STRAUB 1 1BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUBI FUNERAL DIRECTORS i EMBALMERSiCuria ea Purnthed on L j Soft Noti- ceNHN 4 1531 W MARKET STREET i NNNNNONNNN ANN1 iii THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All rata promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty HOME PHONE 1077 CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH VENUE Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention iad satisfaction guaranteed fthas ft Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city leeks Magazines and Religions Articles OJ AVERY DB8CRXFTXOM 434 West Jefferson Streett RIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS he Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville lad own and manage a private hospital ferine care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flBRCY HOSPITAL S crks AveaHe Jefkruwllto 1s4 tIERRMANNBROSDlPOJlTBJlI FINE WINES AMD LIQUORS Distillers and WhoteBftte Deal K en la Finest Brands of Kea tacky Whiskies especially arl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND I 1S4t 334 SIXTH STRUT uo P- Iii oj LESELIAan For All Kinds o- f19VLRSESPECIALLY CHILLS AND FEVER And other Malarial Disorders Hay Fevers Fevers resulting from La Grippe Catarrahl Affection also for Debilitated or Weak Lungs This medicine can oe used prophylactic or as a preventive against the above mentioned disorders and is nlso an excellent tonic LESELIA is entirely harmless and is guaranteed not to contain Quinine or othercinchona preparations or injurious Ingredients of any kind nor heart depressers like the cold tar derivatives In other words LESELIA is a purely vegetable compound Sold in Two Size Bottles iOe and 100None Genuine Without Signature e- fBroiner Dennis PREPARED BY LESELIA CO952 SIXTH STREET Louisville Kentucky- At Buschemeyers and all druggists Ole your boys IB education that will pro pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xavertan Brother Claulcal Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory Department Iarge Swimming Pool Wen quipped Gymnasium Terms Moderate Bro James Dlte Home Phone 5687 Cunb Main 2712a I HENRY FUCHS FLORIST Plants Designs Out Flowers Flowers and Designs for all Occasions Store Avenue1OpposttePostOffice All the latest Spring Styles and Shape can be found here at reasonable prices Call and see u- sUEJIRY flUHOLD aXAZZA Is StlplllldFIICSrlClrlis A FIUST CLASS SAMPLE MM M INflCnCTI e- srawfieu OW WkUkl a Specialty ifh 540 W WAUIT Ij a o m HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Delr I the FutWeekoOneral News Notes There are nine divisions of the Ladies Auxiliary in San Francisco The Ladles Auxiliary of Muncie Ind gave its juveniles a picnic last weekState President Butler and County 1 President Welsh are expected home next week Last week the Ladies Auxiliary of Utica N Y added seven new mem bers to the order I Division 4 held a short business session Monday and then adjourned to go to the picnic The Hibernian Rifles of Syracuse will drill next Wednesday and then have a trolley ride Quebec Hlbcrlans have arranged to hold the annual pilgrimage to Grosse Isle on Sunday August 7 Division 15 of San Francisco is organizing a military company to recruited from the building trades IeII Division 1 will make IrlshAmerl can day at Fontaine Ferry Park on August 10 the greatest event in its I historyDr Charles L Edeleii will deliver it lecture to the members of Division 4 at their meeting on Monday Au gust 22- Division 3 meets Monday night when President Sullivan will have f some very Important reports for membersEvery theII member of Division 1 night whenbe present Tuesday election of alternate delegates will take place- Great preparations are being made for tho Colorado State convention at Pueblo on August 16 Denver will send seven lady delegates Old Jupiter Pluvius prevented the County Board from having the most Successful picnic of its career The rain kept thousands away t In accordance with a resolution qf the County Board at Rome N Y- f25 in prizes will be awarded the best students In Irish history Kentucky Hibernians are elated over the election of National Presi dent Reagan Our delegates were among his strongest supporters William Cusick made a hit as the announcer at the candy wheel last Monday night He certainly knew how to get results Martha Washington Columbia York Robert Emmet Star of the Sea and OConnell are some of the names borne by the auxiliaries of San Francisco I Next Wednesday night the Ladles Auxiliary will begin arrangements for the trip to the Ashland conven tion All members are urged to beat this meeting jIII James J Riley of the Louisville Packing Company who has been laid up with an injured leg for some time Is now out but is not able enough do a highland fling toII Recently several classes were Initiated at Logansport Ind The Hibernians are now one of that citys oldest societies as they were or ganized thirtyfive years ago President Con Ford Will Meehan Joe Lynch John Keaney Raymond Barrett Edward Kelran and others are doing excellent work on the pro gramme for the reunion ot Division 2 at Phoenix Hill Among the workers for the Ancient Order Andy Kast is a leader He and Henry Nit ken led the Ger man forces Monday night at Phoenix Hill and captured the prize alid everything they went after I Miss Mary Corcoran has returned from Covington and Newport where she spent ten days as the guest of members of the Ladles Auxiliary She declares that the upState girls showed her an excellent time The Hibernians of Anaconda I Mont have freed their 30000 home of debt It is a handsome twostory stone and brick building 150 feet II front and 140 feet deep comprising three halls with stores combined I The National Board should make no change in the editorship of t official paper Editor Haltlgan eII made the National Hibernian the greatest fraternal paper In the counI try and any change would be a most serious mistake ij NEW PLAN ADOlrEDII The Louisville bowlers baveI originated a plan which promises to be the best p fin ever adopted in or ganizing leagues and classifying bowlers The bowlers are now I classified thus Average 180 or bet ter in class A 170 to 180 in class B 160 to 170 in class C and under that in class D This prevents theII high average bowler jumping Into a jhedium class league and winning all the prizes or a high average team I the same way AU leagues will be governed by the same constitution BowiIIngI and A F Martin are the President and Secretary Class A or the high average bowlers have organized with the following teanfcv Queen of Nel son B 0 R R Pabst Blue Ribbon Frank Fehr Kentucky Dew Old Dutch Old Charter and Falls City Brewery all ot which teams will bo entered in the national tournament at St Louis in January LITTLE DOING Because of the banquet Monday night Mackin Council did not meet until Tuesday when the business was all of a routine nature Reports were received that te Niagara Falls excursion was an assured success and that good work WM being done for the memorial window and lawn fete fresident Kenney announced that the members on the sick list were all Improving n TUaarmaq COMFORTABLY Little gxraUeI cnfJ the threes ytarold daughter of Capt Mike Cawiln Alit FtM CWltt who WM blttnby apt tog oef Tuesday of last week is VtstlAff easy IilliWboUeftclbe4Ntt of fang n l hI FIUENDS AIVR3IED The many friends of John Cusick a venerablo resident of Louisville And veteran of the Union army In the Civil War are alarmed over his serious llless air Cusick is seventy years of age and a native of Ireland Fur many years he was an employe of W H McKnight Sons but re tired a year ago He is an uncle ol Martin J and Peter Cusick SUNSET EXCURSION ftrack In Council will give a sun set excursion on the Ohio river thin I evening The steamer Columbia carrying the excurslpujsts will leave the First street wharf promptly at 530 oclock In addition td dancing there will be an excellent vaudeville programme It promises to be a cry select affair TRANSFERRED Sister Mary Martha who has been so long and favorably known as the head of St Vincents Qrphan Asylum in Clifton has been transferred to wJ1lIAsylum Bardstowri RECOVERING Mrs Mary Curran who was seriously injured several weeks ago by falling Into the cellar at the home of Brainard Lenox 1134 Cherokee road is rapidly improving at St Anthonys Hospital and It Is thought she will soon be able to leave there IPII1LDS DRESS The prettiest way to dress a child is the simplest and the simplest way is always the easiest Nothing could be more fetching require less trimII nlng or be made in less time than the low French waist line short ruflly skirt that stands out from the tiny knees and little puff sleeves combining to make a most Attractive I frock The waist is perfectly plain with the exception of a group of tucks on each shoulder and the only finish required by the skirt is a deep hem nt the lower edge Pink and I white dimity with a stripe of em broidery insertion at neck and sleeves and a dashing sash of wide pink ribbon will make an afternoon or Sunday dress while blue chambray I with dark blue and white plaited ribbons is a more sensible choice for every day WASHING SILK STOCKINGS After trying several ways to wash silk stockings and falling I have how met with great success in using this method Make soapsuds of lukewarm water using a good grade of castile soap Do not use hot water as it destroys I the life of the silk Rinse in cold clear water until free from all soap then pull the stockings length wise and press with a warm iron which will restore the original gloss Never use hot iron- CIIIOIEEN SPAGHETTI II hTBoll thoroughly one chicken Mince meat fine Boll two five cent pack tges of spaghetti twentyfive minutes In hot chicken broth Remove the seeds from two cans of tomatoes and iI the juice of two onions Put in taking dish Layer of spaghetti andI omatoes then layer of chicken then layer of cheese until all is usedISake thirty minutes Serve INEXPENSIVE hotII II An inexpensive disinfectant for a sick room can be made as follows Put some ground coffee in a saucer and in the middle place a small pieceI of camphor gum Light the gum with a match As the gum allows the coffee to burn with it the smell is most refreshing and healthful LATEST IN STYLES fashionIableII IHeavy embroidery is used on Inens All the new neckwear shows the effect of the frill I I The girdle is a pronounced feature of the best gowns The kimono to or below the elbow lends nil others in sleeves I Burlap suiting is one of the fash ionable new fabrics of the seasonI Much lace and even malines is seen on some of the latest silk petticoats Foulard veiled with chiffon makes up simple little afternoon or visiting gownsThe veiled effect of both embroidery and lace is pretty and unique Tiny bows of narrow black velvet ribbon adorn many of the blouses of lingerieThe newest shoes are arched for the shortening effect and have a medium vamp Dotted Swiss is much used this season It is striking to have the dot done in black- Embroidered I chiffon gowns are made over heavy satin black over white is especially The black smartII covered with silk with middle aged women Pierrot collars to supplement the low neck and protect the throat on occasion are in great demandIII Now custom allows any woman to whom the fashion Is becoming tr bare her neck for every waking hour A new green dark and deep goes by thfe pretty name of scarabee and Is not unlike the tone of the antique gem Many of the new Dutch collars are of lace with jabot or double stole attached One pretty one has the jabot fastened to the square collar by means of large pearl buttons eo that it forms a vast effect STOMACH TSCOPE f vtmiMcfa UlMoop invested by a London surgeon rid Ja eonataut HM Iahhospitalin that city eblea 90liltttlouJWl itomacb o D IRELANDi Record ef the Most Important et the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges A serious outbreak of typhoid and typhus fever is reported in the Tub bercurry Union Dr J B Sullivan Knock resigned his position as medical officer of the Kilmlhill dispensary district Two brothers named George and Samuel Donaldson both married were drowned in the Lagan riverI near Belfast whilst bathing Among a largo circle of friends the death after a few days illness ol Thomas Harty at Abbeydorney County Kerry Is deeply regretted The Monaghan Urban Council has resolved upon a scheme for lighting the town by electricity and a com mittee has been appointed to arrange detailsRev John Glynn and Rev John Brennan both of SlIgo have been ordained to the priesthood by the Most Rev Dr Clancy Bishop oi Elphln The many friends of Dr James L Somers regret to learn of his death which occurred recently in his sev entythird year at his residence at Roscrea At the Louth Summer Assizes Justice Dodd addressing the grand Jury said there was very little for them to do There were only two cases to go before them A terrible tragedy occurred at Callydrum where Thomas Moore killed his four children under circum stances of shocking brutality Moore Is believed to be insane The death Js announced from Drog heda of Dr J W Adrlen whose grandfather also a medical man at tended Lord Edward Fitzgerald in Newgate prison Dublin Deep regret was occasioned among many friends by the death of Dr John Keogh M D which occurred after a brief illness at his residence at Klllaloe County Clare The parishioners and the numerous friends throughout the diocese lay and clerical deeply regret the death of Rev Richard Phelan which occurred at his residence Cahl- rlOne of the largest and most upto date factories in Ireland Murphys starch works at Graiguemanagh Co Kilkennywas destroyed by fire The damage is estimated at 20000 Justice Cherry opening the Lim erick City Assizes was presented with white gloves there being no criminal business for trial He said Limerick was unique in its freedom from crime Judge Holmes addressing the grand Jury at Clonmel said that if the crown book represented the state of South Tipperary he had to congratulate them and he hoped the county was in a prosperous state The dead body of a young man named Peter Lydon who had gone out to fish at Corrib near Killavin has been found on the lake shore his boat being discovered in a shattered condition about forty yards awayIn the Courthouse at Cavan Justice i hp Grand jury of which John Fay was foreman said that there were three bills to go before them The reports showed that the state of tho county as a whole was very satisfactory The consecration of the magnifi cent new church at Terryglass County Tipperary was performed by the Most Rev Dr Fogarty Bishop of Killaloe Terryglass is a historic I little village situated on the Tip perary shore of Lough Derg and is renowned as a beauty spot HARD ROAD TRIP The Louisville club will meet St Paul again this afternoon a doubleheader tomorrow and then Journey to Minneapolis for a series of four games Milwaukee and and from there to KansasCltyI I With the exception of Indianapolis all of these teams are going good and lour crippled Colonels will have a hard road to travel and are expected to break even on hardlyII It is hoped that before the turns home Jimmy Doyle will be back at third base and with Bohan non Stanley and Fisher for the out preIsenteda couple ot notches away from last place The team as above would cer themIselvesBohannon and Stanley six good hit ters out of nine men FORTY HOURS PRAYER The Forty Hours 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people were ready to start for the park was ia splendid success Some of the timid ones remained at home but rain and lightning had no terrors for many Several hundred people enjoyed the afternoon euchre and this numbs was augmented by hundreds of others after the storm clouds had passed away It was a happy and a social gathering of IrishAmericans It would seem that everybody was bent on havlrtg a good time and wanted everybody else to do the same thing Even the babies entered Into the spirit of the evening They quietly i went to sleep in their go carts were rolled into the cloak room checked and left to number while the parent danced The candy wheel the coun try store the euchre refreshment stands and dancing hall were all well patronizedA feature was the chit spieler Andy Kasl who by seeming to be everywhere at once earned the sobriquet of the Flying Irish Dutchman He was at home with everybody and now declares that since the Hibernians will not adop him he will adopt the Hibernians Andy Is a firm believer in the Oer manIrish alliance The Presidents of the four divisions Thomas Walsh Con J Ford Patrick T Sullivan and John H Hennessy were on hand to see that their respective division carried out their share of the pro gramme Too much credit can not be given DJ Coleman Treasurer of the County Board for his earnest endeavors Miss Rose Qweene President of the Ladles Auxiliary and Mrs Daniel Dougherty the Treasurer also did their snare tto make the picnic a success Mrs Thomas Keenan worked hard in the refreshment stand The young ladles contesting fOl ithe diamond ring worked hard Mis Julia May Hession won the first prize She is the charming daughto of John Hesslon Financial Secretar of Division 3 and a member of tlv firm of Sr J Wlnn d Co Miss Mar May Qraney backed by Division 2 won the second prize while Misses Mamie Curran and Katie Lally ran third and fourth respectively Each of the contestants received a ring as a reward for their earnest work All in all it was an outing for tho Hibernians to be proud of SAD SHOCK To Friends When Philip J Watson Passed- Away f tiiiWhen it was announced on Tues day that Philip J Watson haddle1 early that morning many of hl9 warmest friends could hardly believe It Only a few days before he had been hale and hearty Few outside of his Immediate family knew tha he had been operated on for appendicitis Mr Watson was the book keeper and manager for Bonnie Bros Phil Watson as his friends calle him was born In Louisville forty four years ago and had lived here 1111 his life He was a graduate of Stt Xaviers College and soon after leav- Ing that Institution he became a clerl In a big Main street house He was recognized as an expert bookkeepe and faithful employe His home was at 3728 High avenue Mr Watson represented his ward In the Genera Council one term and at the time of hs death was Secretary of the Port land Progressive Club The deceased is survived by his wife who was Miss Agnes Cassilly and the following children Virginia Philip Grace Robert Elizabeth Max and William Allen Watson Mr Wat son had been a member of Louisville Council Knights of Columbus for ten years The funeral took place from the Church of Our Lady Portland Thurs day morning and was attended by a throng of sorrowing friends HOLY CROSS FETE The people of Holy Cross parish Invite their friends from all parts of the city to come down either Monday or Tuesday evening to their lawn fete to be held on the church grounds Thirtysecond and Broad way from 6 to 10 oclock A bounteous Dutch supper will be served by the ladles of the congre gation for only fifteen cents and here will also be music and refreshments In plenty The committee in charge includes Joseph Fontana Col John H Whallen Squire George Berry and Alderman B J Campbell They arranged a varied and original programme of amusements for each evening and an enjoyable time is in tore for all who attend For both nights the most elaborate decorations were attempted at an affair of this kind have been provided Three 4000 candle power electric lights have been Installed an the grounds and these with tho hundreds of fancy lanterns will pre sent a most pleasing picture FRIENDS WERE SHOCKED Friends In Louisville and Jotter onvllle were deeply shocked when they learned of the death of lolr- sJohn Moral who was Miss Mary loss at the home of her mother Mrs Ellen Goss near Henryvllle Kdt on Sunday evening With herb iusbarid who for years was Sfuperln endenl1 of the Louisville Packing Company Mrs loranresIdedatT- oledo Ohio until a few months ago henlhe returned to LouUvllle to nnderfOtrMhnenttor cancer Five feelnateoeke vent to the home of er mothers wfcere she died Mrs reran Treiwtftytifo years did and rag bunt uttr H ryytUe lbe was n n 0- J Li SOCIETY DIRECTORY X O B- DIVISION I Meets at FaUrClty Hall on First and Third Tuesday PresidentsThomas Walsh Vice President William MU Lawler Recording Secretary rphyII Financial SecretaryThos J Dolan 2120 Portland avenue II TreasurerThomas Keenan Sr SergeantatArms Louis Roller SentinelDavid Whelan DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Friday Red Mens Hall First and Market President C J Ford Vice PresidentRaymond Barrett Recording SecretaryWilliam T MeehanFinancial Secretary Jno J Keaney 1C07 Dumesnil street Treasurer Joseph Lynch SergeantatArms David M Mur- phY Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meats First and Third Mondays Nineteenth and Portland PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording SecretaryThomas J Uevens Financial SecretaryJohn Q Hes sion 1710 Baird- TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantatAnns James P stev- ens DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Financial SecretaryThomas J Langan 732 West Oak Assistant Financial Secretary D J R llly- Recording Secretary John J Wlnn TreasurerHarry Brady SergeantatArms William Callag han Outside SentinelMichael McDer uott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVIIJLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Plans Hall President J G Cole Vice President J B Murphy Recording SecretaryHugh Me 3rody Financial SecretaryJ E Cole Jr TreasurerBernard A Coll FlahertyInside Y 11a I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 tleets Monday Evenings at Club- House 343 North Twentysixth KenneyFirst J A Casper i Second Vice President Sherley Juniff Recording Secretary Robert Os jorne SecretaryWiliianA i Financial fcK iecretary Frank t 0 dams fr Treasurer Dan Weber WobbenInsideOutside SentinelJoseph Stewart widely known Jh the Falls Cities tor her many virtues and activity Ir charitable work Besides her hus- bAnd she leaves her mother and sev eral brothers and sisters The funeral took place Wednesday morning and was one of the largest seen for ia- Long time In Southern Indiana WELL KNOWN FIttEST DEAD Rev Father Nicholas J Kelley a well known and loved Cinclnnat priest who was recently sent to Mount Clemens Mich for his health died there last Saturday morning Tho body was returned to Cincinnati and the funeral was held from the Cathedral in which parish he was a boy Father Kelley was or dained twentyfour years ago SEASON AT HEIGHT T Tho season at the CliffHaven Catholic Summer School is now at Its height if the large attendance at the Sunday masses in the Chapel of Our Lady of the Lake la a fair criterion The lectures for the fifth week have been quite exceptional The splendid course in education in augurted by the Rev Dr Pace has been continued by the Rev William Turner D D Professor of Philo sophy at the Catholic University The boys of the college camp the liveliest place on the assembly grounds gave good evidence of what the American lad can do at their camp fire Tuesday evening The pro gramme consisted of minstrel vaudeville burlesque songs dances and quartet numbers The lecture pro gramme for next week Includes the course In education by the Rev William Turner D D and the series on the Church the Bulwark of the Republic by Rev John H ORourke eI J The evening periods will betaken by Thomas F Wilkinson LL BI of Albany and song recitals by Miss Berthe Clary of New York FONTAINE FERRY The best vaudeville bill of the sea Bon Is promised at Fontaine Ferry text week Ida Fuller the great are dancer will be the headliner Other star attractions will be the Five Musical Suffragettes late of the adies Fadettes Orchestra earl ploCullough a clover character sIng- er and mimic Forbes and Bowman late of George Cohans American Idea and Merrill and Love singing omedlans Miss Clara Punch will be the new vocal soloist with Greggs land PICTURE OFFERING A lineup of motion pictures wlilchtlie Orpheum and Casino eslgnate as UM brig bills of the ummer teacon are announced tot he coming wik Only the latest and beet ailmr wlM be shown and the roRramme wit be roiimded with riflnal iUuitrtsll wogs n 7- U Q p t Jr- t r ENCOUJtAGlNa Attendance at Meeting 01 St Vlncent de Paul Society Between 600 and 700 members of the St Vincent de Paul Society attended the 730oclock mass and re calved holy communion at the Catho theIGhue preached a brief but thoughtfu sermon on charity praised the work of the St Vincent de Paul Society and urged the members of the loco conferences to continue their work Tn the afternoon at 330 oclocl the general meeting of the society was held In St Francis Hall In the basement of the Cathedral J J Caffrey the newly elected Presldon of the Particular Council was in the chair He announced that he had not had time to select permanen subordinate officers and committee men The Rev Father Eugene P Donotoue the new Chaplain of the Particular Council made a stlrrini address that aroused all to greater exertions The Very Rev Father Louis G Oeppon and J R Clark 0 P also spoke and encouraged the members to persevere In the grea work of charity in which they were engagedThe various conferences made their quarterly reports showing that the work of the society was being faithfully carried on Each con feronce reported one or more new members and in all about thirty new members wero obligated J J Caffrey President of the Partlculai Council announced that he was go- Ing abroad for several months and that In his absence the affairs of the society would be In charge of Firs Vice President Al Smith and Treasurer William S Schmidt J Y M i Interest Now Centers In Election For Grand President Interest in the coming Gram Council of the Young Mens Institute to bo Jield soon at Bellevue is being awakened throughout the Jurisdlc lion The people of Bellevue wil give the delegates and visitors ia Kentucky welcome and the town wilt be gaily decorated In honor of thi Y M I at It has one of the oldest counclp In the State To be electee Grand President is an honor coveter to every member of the order am therefore the different councils a- r4g forth their favorites for thi important position From reliable sources it Is learned that Sarto Cotta ell of Owensboro will present the name of Fred Arnold for Gram President He Is one of the pioneer of the order and as Owensboro ex pects to entertain the succeeding Grand Council the members of Sarto now one of the strongest councils Ir the country feel that their have a just claim on theomce Chlrkasaw Council of Memphis has a candy date in George Lawo who has served as Grand Director and has filled many positions with signal ability Louisville will also have e a candidate in the person of Eugene Cooney the present Grand Secretary who has had a long and varied ex perience in the work of the Y M Ihaving filled every office in the girt of Trinity Council While the con test will be friendly It promises tc be interesting i CALLED TO ETERNITYM David Hannon Srona of th oldest Irish American residents of this city who had been 111 at the family residence 182 State street for six months past died at t8 oclock Wednesday evening T make the occurrence doubly sad Mrs Hannon was seriously ill at the time her husband passed away Mr Hannon was a native of the County Wexford Ireland but had lived In Louisville more than half a century The deceased is survived by his wife and the following children Joseph Monnon of Cincinnati Michael William Edward and Lawrence Han non and Mrs Patrick Hussey Rev Nether Michael Melody is a brother inlaw The funeral will take place from the Church of tne Blessed Sacrament this morning pad there will be many old friends present to pray God rest the soul of Dave Hannon OLIFTOX LAN FETE Tha congregation of St Frances of Rome church aro working hard preparation for the lawn fete to be given on the beautiful church lawn Payne and Cavewood streets tin the afternoons and evenings of Wednesday and ThQrsday August 3 and 4 The euohro games will be called at 230 oclock each afternoon and a substantial supper will- ie served from 5 oclock until 8 Other amusements will bg afforded for those who do not care for euchre A fine piano donated by Prof Holly wood is to be disposed of during the fete A fine cook stove and many other handsome and useful articles are to be contested for This grow ing congregation has enlarged Its church recently and at considerable expense Now the members are ask- Ing their friends to assist them In en- largIng the parochial school building tn return a good time is promised ill who attend- PORTLAND VS TASTE TELLS The Portland team will meet their oldirlvals the Taste Tells of ndlanapoliHi at Fortand Park toiprrow afternoon and another good ame Is expected V thesXwo teams laved eleven innings at their last meeting The Portland tea Has been eakend tie last several weeks by the absence of Williams their crack ihort stop from the lineup owing p Injuries whose Held Ing and base rUnning 11 gYeatly missed The tote Telki battery will bit Miller and efcmWt wkUe Boatman and Bradr riff represent Portland t n I r MlNi1l1lN1NINNNNiONaNNb1 liM W NINI For Your Furniture Wants if Ir WANT YOUR TRADE My stocks are the largest my prices the lowest and my terms the best JAMES GREENE i Streeti N Academy of the Sacred 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