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C fu Cj o 4- ne 4- V i S fJil f I l thtrif 1 t I g t 1 I NT1JY IRISH It AMERICAN c r rt LUME XXVLN0 22 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 3 1911 PRICEFIVE CENTS 1tNTCOST Great Feast ot Holy Ghost Wil- Bs 1 Celebrated All Over World Commemorates Descent ot Pa aclete on Apostles and Disciplesw Quaint Customs Observed Dur- Ing Mass In Ancient Times TIME OF PRAYER FOR STRENGTHI Tomorrow the Catholic church the world over will celebrate the feast Pentecost in commemoration of the day on which the Holy Ghost descended upon the apostles an disciples of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ Tho Bible tells us that on Pentecost Sunday about the third hour 9 oclock in our time the Holy Ghost desce ded mirac ulously In the form of fiery tongues and rested upon the heads of each of Christs followers who were assembled together In fear lest they might be recognized and put to death as friends of the Nazarene Pentecost Is always celebrated ten days after Ascension day and Is one of the solemn feasts of the church Pentecost was kept asa Christian feast from very early times From early English times it has also been called Whit Sunday from the fact that it was a season when many were baptized and derived Its name from the white garments worn by the catechumens In olden times the Mthful stood erect while theyII prayed on Pentecost and there wasI no fast between Ascension day andl Whit Sunday not even on the vigil1 The vigil of Pentecost was one of the two days on which baptism was conferred and hence the Missal still gives a form for the blessing of the font on that day Pope Benedict XIV also mentions as customs which prevailed in some places like the blessing of candles i the blowing of trumpets at the Venl 1 Sancte Spiritus in the mass on Whit Sunday the discharge of fire from scatIterlngSundays AdI1 vent are dated from Pentecost Sun d ydntha tomanealendarafde 1 tute the third period of tho year this day the Bishops in the arlous dioceses are busy admintjBring the sacrament of na o many classes because that eacr nent brings the Holy Ghost to tho onfirmed and makes them strong md faithful soldiers of Jesus Christ will be remembered that after he betrayal and death of the Saviour the apostles and disciples hid themselves In terror from the angry Jews Not even after ChTIp had risen from the dead ap peared before them and talked + o them many times were their fears allayed He told them that thee were many things they did not understand but that after He had returned to his Heavenly Father the Paraclete would come to them ii teaching all things that they were to believe that they were then go forth teaching all nations In the II name of the Father Son and Holy GhostFrom the Bible and from we learn that while they were a sembled the Holy Ghost came upon them and at once bold in the faith they went forth to preach Mutt tudes assembled to hear these won derful preachers and although theyII were all Nazarenes and men hitherto untutored in foreign languages the vast multitudes heard and understood There were men and women present from every part of the then civilized world from Europe AshI and Africa The Egyptian the 1Roman the Greek the Assyrian and1 the Mesopotamlan each heard thegoaI men of divers tongues Pentecost may well be termed the sunrise ChristianityIt among pious Catholics to receive holy communion on Pentecost Sunday and to pray the Holy Ghost to continue to enlighten them and to make them more than ever faithful soldiers Jesus Christ IRISH JIEUOINEI 4 Miss Kate Shelley of Iowa Approaches Valley of Death l From Carroll Iowa comes thet distressing information that Miss T Kate Shelley the heroine of thirty t fears ago lies at the point of death themaUet u Miss Shelley was born in Ireland in 1865 and came to America with her parents t year later The family settled at Moingona Iowa near c Honey creek where little Kate grew toIJ yovnrWomanhoodOat i there wag a loudbu8t andalltbe streams were flooded and jbrldgeB were washed away The underpinningl ot a brldpi sear Boone close to 1ttfa Shelley home was swept away while Miss i Kate Iqoked out upon the flood viae on July 6 An express tre bearinnany passengers returning I hem July Fourth celebretia J q was due Kate Shelley know the danger and did not hesitate to act She waded through the water above her waist and crawled over the long and shaky bridge Then she diverted herself of her red flan 1net petticoat and used It to flag the train She had arrived Justin time The train crew and passengers when they realized their danger gathered around the young heroine and show ered her with congratulations For many years afterward she and her fromrthe railroad company in recognition ot her bravery The school children Des Moines Iowa presented her ith a silver and gold medal and in the same town a public drinking fountain was erected in her honor The Iowa Legislature gave her a gold medal for bravery and in Fob ruary 1902 she was elected bill clerk of the Iowa Senate at a salary of 500 for three months IJUNES BRIDE Miss Leona Arthur United In Marriage to Vance Kennedyof wasdof Miss Leona Arthur and Vance Kennedy who were united In matri mony by the Rev Father Charles P Raffo The maids of honor were Misses Maggie Martin and Lucille Burns white the grooms attendants Were Joseph N Hlgglns and Henry Fleece After the ceremony the bridal party were entertained with a supper at the residence ttheI grooms parents In Speths Court Thirtysixth and Broadway Later In the eevning Mr and Mrs Ken nedy left the city on a brief bridal tour Upon their return they will begin housekeeping in Parklandi The bride is a charming young girl I manyIIIwith Company young couple have the best IIThe of many friends lor a long and happy married life PANIC COMING Italian Business Men Are Alarmed Over Out look Cable advices from Rome to the big dallies says Italian business men are becoming greatly alarmed at the prospect of one ot the worst financial panics their country leas over seen The nation has been passing during the past few years through a period of almost linsane inflation At Just bbulihteirm Mien the bubl5le seemed certain to burst there comes tho nearly complete failure of the Jubileej celebrations Every one had expectedan enormous inrush of tour selets for the festivities but the tourists are not coming tare in fact not so lively as Thingsi The prodigious sums spent on prep orations for the visitors entertainment at fancy prices are copse quently going to be lost Another peeieIn the prosperity of the upper classes and labor troubles have reached j such a point as to Interfere withIevery kind of business The storm threatens to break any day andIwhen it comes there is every sign that it will be I terrlf1cII OP1ItATIOt Lallrlwho MarysI OCIhishlsfam1y I t rick Lally the veteran Inspector forI CompanyHis I t I J awayTheage and while he made his home j I in Louisville he had spent much of is time on the roadIn recent Y ars1Three weeks ago he was kicked by horse and received Injuries thatII madq amputation of the leg neces I Satoactivemember CATHOLIC SUMMER SCHOOL The Catholic Summer School at Haven N Y on the tanks of fLake Champlaln will open on July 3 for a course of ten weeks closing on September 9 The course In un1wersity scholars and lecturers in the country td IitoRight iRev Abbot Gasquet of Eng1I om1missionf I bompllIngFATHER TUFFO HOME IC There was great joy among the I Ilort their pastor the Rev Father Charles P Ratio made his appear J ance offer an lllnees of more than a montfFather Italia Js failtregaining his health and strength aad la looking like his oldtime self DEVOTION 8 AT ST COLUMBAS Forty Hour prayer yrlii open Hi lobocloI ltevinlocal clergymen on alien of the three r dikre l litilt ifi j- 4itI tr y a f MILITARY MASSES J I Marked Memorial Services Last Sunday Oyer American Patriots Who Fell on FieldsI of Valor in- Glorious Various Periods of Their Countrys History i President Taft Attended the Solemn Requiem Services at Washington and More ThanI if Fifty Thousand Did Honorsto the Illustrious Dead at Brooklyn NavyYard f t J n r This week has been a memorable week in the United States for all1I Americans On one day in the week both North and tooth decorated the graves of the soldiers who had fallen In defense of American liberty Those who wore the gray in the South or the blue in the North dur- Ing the civil war and those who fell1I in the SpanishAmerican war o 1 1898 were duly remembered Therej were two celebrations that elan 1 fforemost In all the country the on at Washington the national Capital Ini memory of the patriots who fellI In the SpanishAmerican war and the one at the Brooklyn navy yard where all the American soldiers from Revolutionary times down were hon ored Both were Catholic memorials sI and attended by military pageantsi preceding requiem masses His Eminence Cardinal GIbbonsi was prevented from attending on ac count of the stress of other duties daydevolvedsignor William T Russell pastor oft St Patricks church Washington He was assisted by Very Rev J R Meaghcr O P as deacon and Rev Martin Eagan of Anacosta as sub deacon Rev W J Carroll oft Washington was master of cere moniesPresident Taft his sisterinlaw Mrs Laughlin Gen Edwards and Major Butt occupied a box close to tho Improvised sanctuary Rev Father James Smyth Who had been assigned to special attendance upon hisboxdescrlbIngbd said on Monday loftySthave held the throng that gathered near the Monument yesterday to do hfiifdtCotbe tet ian the closest proximity to tho embodiment of the patrtota othey all of them had been reared when knownIni ttn commemoration of the soldiers who died during the Spantsh AtnerJca war Under the shadow of the erasPresident Inthe1 twentyt slotof ness of its celebrants that the oldest wethow1 paidtributehelp preserve the civil and religious lib erties that citizens of this natl enjoy which in all of Its varied as pects marks a religious event un r cityFromthe purity of alb and surplice there tombinatlond tightly to the restraining ropes was dazzled with the purple garments of the choir boys the golden chasubles of the celebrant and his assistant bele colors of the civilian dress while throughout tall and above It all1 waved the restless red white and flagshatmen women and children who marched in kaleidoscopic blowings over the spacious grQunds that were NON CATIIOLICSII NIII II Assemble at Baltimor to H norCardlnalII One of the greatest gatherings of istinguished men war brought to gather In Baltimore will assemble there next Tuesday to Join in the hiionornt American a great Baltimorean as Peesdent1 unremeCourtvhlteBritish Ambassador Vice President ClarSpeakerat Representativel fornter15 i Joseph Cannon United eakclII stars Martin Virginia John Williams of Mississippi Bailey rexas hoot end OGorman bt New York Kern of Indiana Foster of Louisiaria Johnson of Alabama Cummins of lovfa Gallinger of Njw Hampshire and Penroee of Pennsyi ana ae among the number Ww I are signified their iatentton of lie ngvprweni Many ot these men in fact nearly all litter In faith from Cardinal Ibbona tout they hold blin in high esteem as one of Americas leading 0 i 1 all too small as with bands playing thousands of school children march Ing two by two Corcoran CadetsI StatesIsoldiers United catholic societies and veterans of the SpanlshAmerl i can war poured into the Ellipse from all directions After the post communion St Patricks choir begs 1the national alrIMy Country Tit thetchorus none more heartily than President Taft theI a a than 100000 took part including members of the Ancient Order Hibernians Knights of Columbus Woodmen of Ute World school chll1 dren members ofJ the United States army and navy civilians and ac companying bands During the mass the Right iRev Monsignor W T Russell delivered a patriotic address It was in part follows J I Greater love sthan this no maj hath that a mangy lay down his life for his friendsrJohn xv13 The spirit and purpose of this occasion is to honor the soldier dead ot the republic to help them by our prayers and to keep alive t our hearts the spirit of that breathed forth in the lives and death AH nations have their heroesi and pride and gratitude have prompted them to keep alive memory of those who wrought for their native land and most of all of those who fell in defense of he honor of her very life And surely this our country ha not lagged behind in that intelligentt gratitude and sacred remembrance of her warrior sons who have fought bled and died that she might live She Is yearly paying out of be coffers millions ot money In pensions to safeguard thoge who did battle In her cause or to shieldJ from want those Who were negr aJndaar tov hmHtt d1athe noble tributeof a nations gratitude not the wage ofa hireling nor the price of blood In no nation on earth Is the heroI of land or sea more largely hon appreclatlonthe veteran soldier or sailor stepsI hner has a place In the hearts and the countrymenBj blo and Just sweet and tender the remembrance of our hero lea wtYgather rpund the graves of her soll liar dead and honor their memory with oratory and poetry with music- with song with flowers and wit emblems of wars fierce clash above all with the emblem of the nations thnl Star Spangled Banner They wl decorate the graves of the loved ones and all are loved yea the will decorate thousands of unname graves all over the land Now we can not my friends for a moment suppose that this is the expression of mere joy for vic e supposthate d sufontoa deeper meaning a more farreaching spirit back ot it all It is the triI bute of a grateful nation to the t spirit of patriotism that dwelt in the t theirllcOuntryI t I IIlegendI iI CardinGibbonst reJubilee fifty years as a priest ale ligious celebration will be apart frqm the public function but many nonCatholics will attend both thfirst11 0 leave at once for Chicago whereas he h an engagement for the next day i Former President Roosevelt will also lleave for Now York at the con elusion of the ceremonies and Chief Justice White will hurry back from New Orleans to be present at I I exercises HOMEt I MlchaeIJaglcrcwlczC fkt t Rome on June 10 He will go as on of the American delegates to the t General Chapter of the Fathers ot fthe Resurrection whlea wlltaaee bleln Rome on Jung 29 C DIG QLA8S CONFIRMED A il Aof200 children jnre con firmed by the Rjght HrCtiartrand Auxiliary Bishop ot ehqlains Tha Revs Father OConqI1 pastor of the church gave first holy communion to seventyfive of those children on Sunday morning y patria marl It is a sweet and be- ttingfi thing to die for ones country but the heart of the world has takenl up the song and sung It again and again We cherish reverently the ashesi of our dead but we cherish mar jI fondly and with deeper reverent- n the interests of their Immortals I souls We turn from their graves not in hopeless helpless grief buti to the footstool of God to the altar the home of prayer where soul againi meets soul where love still lives and can work out in a higher and holler manner all the tender ministrations- f i through which it tried to soothe thei parting spirit I hesitate not to say that If the day shall ever dawn f which may God avert when Infidel Ity socialism and anarchy shall be so bold as to rise up against the highi authority of our rulers and the law and constitution of our land In thats dark hour you or your successors can call with confidence on then Catholic manhood of this country to show their patriotism by observing the laws In the time of peace and Ifj war must come by giving as their brethren gave before them thatsupreme test of patriotism their I cottptryma On the same Sunday morning the Brooklyn navy yard held an assom blage estimated at 50000 attending- e the solemn high military mass Iin honor of the soldiers who had fallen In all the wars In defense of Amerl- r can liberty civil and religious Mem bers of the Ancient Order of Iitbe- s titans of the Knights of Columbu- he s t Sixtyninth Regiment and other patriotic societies took part in the street parade and pageant The altar erected in the center of the field was- r canopied and filled with flowers The Rev Father M C Gleeson Naval Chaplain celebrated the mass and was assisted by the Rev Father Eugene McDonald of tko Battleshln V l iTliW r4 Ii 4Cx fr l nX tnt Nash of Sacred Heart church JohnLBetrordNativity who preached tho sermon The music of the mass was selected from d and150 voices assisted by the navy yard the Sixtyninth Regiment the police and the letter carriers bands Knlghtaa of a SpanishAmericad nf ollmarInesb1and Hancock the Sixtyninth Regii Sech amongthoseS Belford said in his sermon JohnIIj j CathollitciiI republicholding hotdld or to have a responsible position In the army or navy Now in the past 100 years In this country there Is not a single Instance of dereliction of duty when the country needed the services of a Cathqllc They have never shirked their duty In battling enemies of the country oven when they took the field against their brethren In the faith We are gathered under the banner of the greatt est nation on earth which has at tamed its greatness by the devoted service In war and peace of Cath elite nonCatholics and persons of ofiIMPRESSIVEal DecoratKe Graves of Dead at Memphis I I One of the most impressive sights over witnessed in Memphis occurred last Sunday when members ot Chickasaw Council Y Mi I as sembled at Calvary cemetery to oJI decorhea flea day over the graves of deceased members The members of tho coun cllandot the Young Ladles Auxiliary turned out strong and there were many Catholic and non Cafh olle friends present to witness the firsort Catholieo firsttimehelotm a daOnly7w CquBcll and the Young iLadleat Aux = lllary took part in JlieJlcerm- onte et Owing to the Intense heat ThISf I hymng Were sung the irateil I r blessedd and three brief J memorial addretMS wire delivered John H Colbert President of Chicks Maw Council made a brief talk deb d I he dwelt upon the observance er II of the day Second Vice President Canale spoke upon the lives of the deceased members The last address was made by the Rev Father Dube acting Chaplain ot Chickasaw Council who uttered a beautiful and an impressive tribute to those who had gone before Father Dube also blessed the graves and led the prayersChickasaw eryfortunateyear was the first for some time that death has made a call upon its ranks Those who were called away were William J Mulcahy and Burt C Sheehan The last named was wasIserving third term In that office LAWN FETE And Strawberry Festival I For Sacred feart Home Next Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons and evenings the friends- i of the Sisters of Mercy will give a foer t j1 i Homo 218 East College street The fete wIll be held on the home lawn Euchre games will begin at 3 oclock each afternoon and supper will be served after the euchre No adrals groundsbut euchre or supper are being sold Numerous handsome prizes have been offered The Executive Committee which has charge of the affair tis as follows Dr PS Cans Chairman George A Burkley Secretary AlI S Smith Treasurer Jacob Hubbuch Manager Dr J H Buschemeyer KlrchdorferThe1 n charge of the following ladles each of whom will be assisted Ijy several1 ladles selected by themselves Country store Mrs J H Coleman novelty booth Mrs James P Whal len linen booth Mrs R G Loran candy booth fish pond and refresh meat booth Mrs William Callahan supperMissBarprett will have charge of the I I TEAMWORK II sAt Division 4s Meeting I ImpresII I Division 4 A 0 H held a big meeting Monday night despite the warm weather and Initiated a class of thirteen pandldates The work of the degree team and choir ha bflenShliehly comnllmeritedby a11 who witnessed the initiation The guards under Capt John Winn were given a good opportunity to she their ability in marches and dr111 s because the Initiation was held in tho large hall of the Bertrand build ing James Perry presided at th a piano and directed the choirII After the initiation were served and vocal and Instru byStephenJnan David J Rellly and others Tin fun lasted more than an hour Presi dent JohnH Hennessy and th e members are much pleased over the showing made and expect continued progress by Division 4 as the mem bers are still hustling for candidates IFOnDVEEXElIAX + IA pretty June wedding will b I that which will unite Miss a Ford and Harry A Veeneman JrIThe ceremony will be solemnized at St Louis Bertrand church at 830 TuesdayJunew the marriage rite The brideelect Is the pretty and cultured daughter of M J Ford the real estate man and has been much admired in Cath ollc social circles The very for J tunate groom holds a responsible clerkship in the general offices of I the Louisville os Nashville Railroad Company Their host of friends wish them many yenta of wedded bliss L DEATH WAS UNEXPECTED knowbusinessn dieatt street at6 oclock on Friday nightIof last week He had been ill for a I week and suffered front a complica tlon of diseases The funeral took place from Sacred Heart church on Monday morning Mr Oast is sur rived by two sons Edwin J and Clarence A Gast and two daughters Misses Lillian and Leona Gast He Is also survived by the brothers and sisters Jacob an George Gast and Mrs Anthony Oerst and Misses Lula Elizabeth end Anna Gast 1 FAVOR IRISJILAOESI I The demand for real Irish an Sl11arkedduringThis Is evidently due to the edict o King George of England who ha declared that every woman who I presented at the coronation shout wear some form of Irish lace Car jjickmacrosf or any of the Irish i rochets I NEW ALBANi JUNE BRIDE Albanydlam tmoay xt 8f Marys ChU rehltI New jJlbanri on Thursday morning ll The ttjJMe the chinning daughter of PHW and hire f elln Mr j Mahoney is a liopular resident o t Covington iiii- t HOPING Against Hope tlie British Peers Are Staving Off Final Dlea0111tibny Weakness Shown When Lords Failed to Challenge Last r Vote Irish Members Are Divided in Opinion on Insurance Bill PROGRAMME OF GREAT LENGTH I It Is all over with the British House of Lords but they are putting off the day of dissolution as long asfpossible They believe In the old thereIssecond onMondaymeasure until after the coronation when they will amend it In commit withoutdivision closIng ernment would accept no amend ments and added that it would not ofLordsof the bill for Lord Lansdowne and his alaterMeanwhile England Is proceeding 1with its constitutional revolution not merely with calmness but with what seemingly Is almost absolute Indifference One Tory Peer in the course of the weeks debate acknowledged that all their efforts to make the flesh of political audi ences creep by tainting the terrible results of destruction of the Peers nothingbutIt the Tories had Intended to make a real fight on the veto bill they would have thrown it out on the second reading Instead they al lowed It to pass without challenging c the Liberal vote From the present outlook the crisis will come about the middle of July U the Peers do not accept the bill as it now stands they must accept the responsibility l fulfillto force the veto measure through ParliamentsThere are few who now believe i 1rthis horn of the dilemma If they t do they will be covered with ridiculewsay tho Liberals and will accom pUsh the very thing they hate andttoppose namely the reconstruction of athe House of Lords ona radical basis isa r now the chief topic of discussion Tho complexities of the conditions s and the Innumerable details of the measure make necessary a longer de neweIreland also remains dubious about portions of this scheme as the measure is intended for a rich manu facturing country like England and the Irish may find considerable changes necessary when the bill is IrelandI partya astic in support of the bill but the majority of the members still re main silent and the final outcome probably will be modifications in the Irish section of the measure It Is now probable that Parliament will sit into the middle of August for the Government adds a new item every Week to the already gigantic pro gramme Secretary Winston Chur hill seeks legislation for shorter hours for store employes and for greater safety In the mines Sidney Buxton President ot the Board of Trade Is pushing through the copy right bill That measure largely af fects the literary and + dramatic Inter tobeother addition to the heavy legIsla rcd prohibition fultdstorSTATE COURT Of Catholic Order ofTor esters Will Assemble HeredThe State Court meeting of the Catholic Order of Forresters will be held in Louisville on Tuesday and Wednesday June 13 and 14Qn the assembledPetersrburch and Southgaw streets the mass a business session daytheare9ulemdea membersr vThe t i t andottheseablucky Thefe are six court oftluq- order In lidulsvllle with a member lpOf 300 The ethl feprc sented In tile following congrega uqn fltVetets St Bonlf r airriJerntlralrmau f I d i 0 11tI n f to t I eni KE TUOKY IISH AMERION 1 d I KENTUCKY IRISH fM L IIGf1N tieyeted to the Social and Mora Advaflcewemeni ol Irish Americana and CathoU Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians voung MinI Institute and Catholic Knights of America NTUCKY iniSH AMERICAN PRINTING COla lt orated Pullllhr SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER EAR + INGLE COPY ttndcU Lvu vllU Podattlc a SecoodCl fader- AAIre4 All Commueuofous to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN JINIWeatlJree Stt C TflADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 3 1911 IROPKU MOVE o q Well defined movement is o ifoot to hold a meeting of editors o Catholic papers at Columbus Ohio on August 24 Many of the leadlrijr Catholic Journals of the Unitedf States have signified their Intention L of attending The JKentucky Irish American heartily indorses this movement as a means of arriving atl uniformity of excellence In Cathblli c papers DELAYS AUE DANGEROUS The special session of Congress iIsI row nearly nine weeks old and s I tar the Senate has done absolutely nothing On first one pretext then another and on the fabrlpation o t pretexts In which the Senate is pro ficient that body has merely markedl tine It can not plead as an excus that there has been nothing before it for consideration for the pro posed amendment to the constitution nI for the popular election of SenatorI as well as the campaign publicity bill went to It weeks ago TheI whole purpose of delay is to waste time and to bring about such a legislative Jam toward the end of theI session as will make it easy for theI Senate to sidetrack or compromise measures that can not be defeated- on an open rote The House oft Representatives Is doing its part but tho Senate is decidedly dilatory Let us hope that theI standpatters will ndt be able to de r lay very much longerl to take a vote on the amendment to the Constitu tion for the election of Senators by the people UNCALLED FOR ABUSE Will somebody please name a United States Senator or a Judge in New York that will suit the editor of the Louisville Evening Post On Monday this editor said of Judge Daniel F Cohalaa who has been appointed to a position on the 1 IIIEl11QItSI1h Llt Nu ork His opinions yesterday on any legal question would have had no I weight whatever tomorrow they will have binding force and according to the now code of political morals and professional ethics his decisions must be accepted and obeyed but beyond this they must be considered as the result ofI some kind of Inspiration The editor of the Post knows bet ter than this He knows if he knows anything that Judge Cohalan Is one of the ablest lawyers in New York and In the United States ItII the editor of the Post had kept up with the days news he would also nave learned that Judge Cohalan was never Mr Murphys choice for United States Senator Remember what the Post said about Robert I Emmet I After the malcontents In the Democratic Legislature in New York had brought about the withdrawal or defeat of Mr Sheehan a clique of them went to tho law offices of Murphy and Cohalan They pro tested against the nomination of Judge OGorman for United States Senator Before Mr Murphy could reply Judge Cohalan raised a warn Ing hand andsaid Gentlemen stop that now Your only objection is tfiat the candidate you opposels a Catholic Remember that GO per ai 4entvof Jtievote In NewYorK Is cast ey Catholics and you cant get along without the Catholic vote Yotl cant elect a dog Inspector without usIIThe editor of the Post is for McCreary In Kentucky and against Cohalan In New York I I DESERVES NO SYMPATHY Our esteemed contemporary the Catholic Union and Times 01 Buffalo says England Is afraid Qfl Germany fresco she seeks ancI c I silt Aeatkie lawyers Kyuch a combrnatlon rI Jo altogether nneceryand unf J motherEnglandfight no sympathy lo-d from Uncle Sftin I tli vtircath01Ic Resister of l byterlnTi1nMl reel with one oiyu iniiiiiferii i who Is as crasy and mould be ati cruel Uohn Knox ever waat he IIIt ron of the XT fa Cathollo Ite to the ICj PrcAldaat clear- o Rome that a untry and it is to bo hopcij that enough of sense remains with the Presbyterians to fit the man to the place Scab printing offices have h pastfbitter foe of organized labor failed Land went to a sanitarium George G Fetter is hauled before the Ordinance Court for trying to de ceive the License Board misrepre senting his automobile license tag and now comes the Globe Printing Company another rat concern being shbwn up as trying to bribe comiong out In their bankruptcy trial TLte Northern Presbyterian General Assembly has recommended the omission of Monday morning tacit a floes to obviate possible Sunday study by students in schools and colleges The humor of this recommendation is apparent to abut the Presbyterians The East Tennessee Telephone Company an adjunct of the Cumber land Company has announced a rattel of 1 a month for telephone service In Paducah In Louisville the name company wants a rate of 8 per month Why this difference Of all disgraces to twentle century civilization the exhibition of speed maniacs at Indianapolis on Decoration day should take first rank The Indiana Legislature should put a ban on the automob races ON TO JASPER BIg Excursion by Uniform Rank and Catholic Knights The excursion to Jasper Ind on Sunday June 11 promises to beajrrcflt event In kCtl CtrfhoUc rfrcJcs and it is probable that many rei I idents of Jeffersonville and New Al bany will take advantage of the trip The excursion will be given under the auspices of the Central Commit Catolioha number of other Cathollo societies I IiI have signified their Intention of a companying the Knights to Jasper Jasper is a great Catholic settle I ment and Its people always give the visitors from Louisville a most hos pliable reception This year the Catholic Knights of Jasper and rep resentatives of other Catholic societies will greet the Kentucky pilgrims and make them feel at home The Central Committee will meet next Friday night to complete allI arrangements for the trip The ex cursion will be by way of tIe South ern railway leaving about 730 i the morning and arriving home the same night before 11 clock ATHLETIC CLUB SIGHT of- I The Columbia Athletic Club a society of Catholic young men nearly all of whom are members of St Vincent do Paul congregation held a social session and heard In structive talks from a number o r old friends on Wednesday nightt Be Mueller is President of the club and John Paulin Is the Secretary President Mueller welcomed the vis- Itors in a few well chosen words and said that the club was resuming it I old custom pf hearing instructive ad dresses from its members an friends Ho said the club stood fori the moral physical and mental advancement of the young men I President Mueller introduced William fT Meehan who spokt I briefly on the mission of the Catholl c athletic clubs and advised the mem bers to stick together and warned them against neglecting those whofhad temporary lapses He was frequently applauded William M Higgins made a brief talk on Cath olic societies In general and their benefit to the young man Capt John iSchalda followed and talked of tsthosets those forbidden by her He urged all to consider carefully what so letles they were about to joinaIBen Beckman spoke for the cars nival itiijft the Columbia Athletic Stub proposes to give Den Speakers made a humorous address and keptI hl audlerice continually I Peter Cook spoke of the altUatlpn in France and the causes therefor IVllltam Larkin made a nice address F- oJfwhatmel1 should do and what Itelreelsinenfsswerefag pf social chat and interchange of Ideasu at DULL TIMK zi Front Mancbeater N H Itthe d1atreatng newa tb the Ttaag Manufactnrlag c3 y- bu dnotlctllof sa Indefinite eau rw work an all its Mpart iDpttaty 1g4 0 op 0 11II I ILIvI I I I Miss Maggie Green has returned from a visit to Mrs J W K Piper at Russellvillc acMies Mary Sheehan Is visiting nerL grandmother Mrs Mary J Price a- New Haven Ky ii Miss Mary Gibbons has retains d from Frankfort where she Miss Mabel Waters Mr and Mrs Alexis ScTiulten have moved into their beautiful new hem on Cherokee Parkway Miss Annie Monahan of South Third street has been visiting Mr J Monahan in Marydalc Miss Leila Sheridan of New Al Ohioathe guest of Miss Leila Trotter Miss Vlrgle West who was th guest of her sister Airs Josep Detach has returned to her home at Charlestown Ind Mrs S J Gardner 520 East Main street New Albany had as her RuesM this week her mother Mrs Carney of Paducah Dr George P Beutel Jr who has been confined to his home for threeI months by Illness was able to be at his office this week Mrs Mary Walsh Long of Chicago Is the guest of Mrs Mary Burke and the Misses Finn 916 South Fourth street Miss Margaret Conroy who has been visiting In Lexington for sev Misses Mary Shlnnlck ana alary eral weeks has returned 11bills Louise Cassilly who Is a student at Trinity College Washing ton D C returned home yesterday to spend the summer with her parI ents I ILittleI Mary Virginia Miller daughter of Mr and Mrs Harry Miller West Main street has been visiting In New Albany the guest of John Oeken and family DoughertthI r sons James W Jr who have been residing for acv eral years at Covlneton will leave tomorrow for Frankfort I IMiss atIeday evening In honor of Miss biar Sullivan who Is to J e married to Lydo Blandford this month Miss Alice Hayes who has oee attending school at Washington D C has returned home to spendI the summer with her parents Dr J W Galvin and Mrs Galvin Mrs E P Mooney and Miss Mary Shlnnick of Cincinnati passedI through Louisville last Sunday their way to visit their brother Ed EdD fhnnlCkielitvUtff2r Alice Mooney of Cincinnati and Misses Nellie Ward Alice and Kath stifle Shlnnlck of Louisville have returned home after a visit to Mr and Mrs E D Shinnick at Shelby vllle doughcters Misses Ruth and Irene Flsho of Portland left on Friday of lastt SpringVelpenthe summer MaryReinhartspend a month at Fort Smith Ark as the guests of Louis Derd lle an 1uncle of both and Mrs Mary Ally elaz an aunt of both theeJ B Wathen and Hon tames P Edwards will be quietly united In marriage In the parlors of St Louis Bertrand convent on Monday July 3 Mrs Michael Clary and niece Miss Anna Clary of Marion Ohio who have been visiting relatives and threerenn tertained while in Louisville I teelandArkstakingdtism He has returned completely cured 2524Greenwood daughterMiss toWilliamgood position with the Land N freight department The wedding earlyfall I fMrff daughtersephs Infirmary to submit to an operation Just ten weeks ago Mr Mrs Beckman burled their little Boyd It is hoped that the oper ation will be successful and her cure dy and permanenta The young sona of Edward KelranII County Secretary of the A O H was christened Edward Brendan atMTrinity church last ay afternoon The godparents were Chris Lynch and Mrs Lynch uncle and aunt of the little one After the baptism rite had been performed there was a happy family gatheringM the Kejran reeit enoe Kentucky street Il 1hedlhrl Flora Hubtript Mad eon L Smith Mart eO be II I Hubbuch Miss Catherine Hubbuch I will fee the next to entertain the club i Mr and Mrs All jkochenrath en tertained witha supper at their home 419 South Wenzel street on Sunday evening in honor of their ion George who received his first holy communion and was confirmed at St Boniface church on that day weretMrs Wurth of Cincinnati the ven erable mother of Father Richard Wurth OF M and Mrs Binder 1also of the Queen City I Mrs Anna M Couchman has an nounced the approaching wedding of toeWilliam F Schaetzly The wedding will be solemnized atHoly Name church Fourth and 0 streets at Wedneai day June 28 After a honeymoonn trip Mr and Mrs Schaetzly will beat home to their friends on Lynn hurst avenue The brideelect is a sister of Dr Harry Couchman Mr Schaetzly Is one of Louisville plumbersI 1A delightful surprise party w tendered Capt James W Kinnarne at his residence 618 East Broadwa on Wednesday evening in honor thtguests were Messrs and Mesdames George B Schmitt Ned Kadal Jac Fickert Henry Olleges Dan Miller James W Klnnarney and John f Clnnarney and Mesdames U Schmitt Joseph Mlddlekamp Mar Corhett George Schldler Hernia- Petzold Alma Koehler S fessr I Frank Meyers John Klnnarney George Fred and William nafnoy Bud Ollges Arthur Koc James Doyle John Corbett W Carmen Jack Kadal Philip Potzol- Vernon Koehler and Misses Maym- Nbberich Magabel Schldler btagg Nolan Georgetta Schldler Id n Ollges Florence Ollges Ella Cor bett Frances Petzold Mary Agnes Klnnarney and Mildred Miller DIAMOND JUBILEE St Aloysius Young Mens Society Sixty Years Old St Aloyslus Young liens Society celebrater11 and will have a minor celebra lion on Tuesday June 13 The so ciety was established at St Bonlfac church sixty years ago and has been congregatlotn ever since taivplace on Sunday June 11 All the members will attend solemn high mass at 730 oclock and will recefv- holy communion At 230 oclock i a i nthe afternoon there will be a street memI bers and escorting societies will at tend solemn vespers at St Boni faces This will be followed by benediction and all joining In the singing of the Te Deum I andno Tuesday evening at the same hell I rmsenspiritual guidance of Rev Father P Linus Braun O F CM j SCIIRAX55 SCIIMITT aStmorning at 8 oclock when MissI Frances Antoinette Schranz will be1I come the bride of Prof Leo A Schmitt The ceremony will be per formed by the Very Rev Father l j I James Po Cronin V G who will1 also celebrate the nuptial mass The attendants will be Louis and Edwar Schranz Oscar Schmitt and Philip Hager After a short bridal tour Mr and Mrs Schmitt will be a I home to their friends at 430 North Twentysixth street The brideelect Is the pretty and captivating daugh ter of Mrs Charles J Schranz Prof Schmitt Is the organist and directo- of the choir at St Patricks church and has pained fame as a director of amateur musical productions Both young people have the best wishes oCj many friends for a long and happy married life i I 11 VISITORS FROM CAWFORXJA I John It Graves wife and little daughters Betsy and Hardemia of San Jose Cal are visiting theirII cousins Mr and Mrs John CII Graves of 852 South Fifth street Mr Graves Is a native of Kentucky and still has a warm place In hisIheart for the old State He hasamany friends in Louisville who are giving him a warm welcome home Banlc in the early 80s John H Gra ves was onE of the brightest and most advanced students at the olelII St Xaylers Institute After corn plating his studies he determined to- go West and let the country grow up with him He succeeded lndlslnow one 4t Californias most pros porous wine merchantsR8 ACCIDENT OTFS FATAIIJDeath came to George H Fel hoelter on Saturday afternoon as the result of injuries sustained three weeks previously Mr Felhoelter had been employed as foreman at the Kentucky Malting Companys plant and Yes engaged in his customary duties when he wag caught between cut of cars and crushed seriously that It was thought his death was imminent in a few hours Instead he lingered three weeks He had In the employ of the KentuckYW alting Company for fourteen rand W was held In high esteem by his employer and fellow workmen The deceased wan thirtyfive years old aadl1la survived by his wife two hildren and his parents Mr and t pp Henry Felhoelter The funeral took place from St Peters church ti TU8 almQrDIQ1I1SOn FJtDTRRATI- ONTheJetfraea County Federation it Catholic ftMijpttM will Hurt in ai gular s+ ewkMUi M the Catholic fu- romau Club aoct Thursday night hgar and Important quoitioaa are to ONeaa + 1l1 leptea are tdfl t d NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB I SPRING TwentyThree Days Racing Beginning Derby Day Saturday May 13 and Ending on Kentucky Oaks Day Thursday June 8 frank Fehr Stakes Today Chur Bled i jn dieap Kentucky Oaks Thursday SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY FIRST RACE AT 230 P M LISTsOf Awards Made at Close ofSt Louis Bertrand Bazar wlns articleYbaneychurchofClarke fosFkrreasy handsome painted ornament buslnesG 50si KearnsyGornHarriganspicture G Godecker silver setl dlan handenlh AgneaLong dress Mrs Kate New Josephinne following were the from the combination book c 9I bed Henry Kunold 5 In gold John Carney Morris chair Miss M Tler aey heating stove W A Rice load of coal Miss Roach dinner set J A Jaglowltz barrel of flour Mrs K M Lancaster rug Mrs Misbach clock Henry Hunold bath tub Miss C Collins steel range Allen Ware piano Jack Miller blue oil stove Mrs James Fahey chocolate set Margaret Schad gas range Mrs Steve McBlllott refrigerator holder of admission ticket No 477 MAMMOTH PICNIC Hibernians Have SecuredI Phoenix Hill Hark for aJuly Date BoardaImportant meeting at Bertrand Hall l on Friday night and made arrange ments for a mammoth picnic to be given under the joint auspices of the County Board and the four divisions County President D J Coleman pre sided and Thomas Dolan of Division Afternit was unanimously decided to give a1 iriujrigTrtffiroeniy Htll Psriros Thursday July 20 The following committees will have charge of the different branches of work Press and AdvertisingJoseph E Farrell John J Keaney John G Hession and John J Barry JohntHellon D J Dougherty and T J Langan Division 1 will have charge of the bar Division 2 the dancing hall Di vision 3 the gate and Division 4 the refreshments Delegates to the County Board are enthusiastic over the outlook and a clansdof Louisville is expected IrALLtThe funeral of M R Scully who died at St Anthonys Hospital on Monday took place from St Mary Wednesdayrmorning The remains had reposed at the residence of his sisterinlaw Mrs Rosa Volz 329 East College street from the time of his death until the funeral Death was due an accident Mr Scully resided at I 1to Valley and on Saturday night he stepped out into a dark hallway and toppled down stairs His skull was fractured and he sustained other severe Injuries that resulted in his death Mr Scully was born in Ire land sixtyfive years ago but had lived in Louisville since early manhood For many years he conducted a shoe store on Market street He retired fifteen years ago but was active In the real estate mar ket He Is survived by his wife who was Miss Anna Volz The deceased t was a devout Catholic and was held j I In esteem by all who knew him LETTER CARRIERS OUTING Falls City Branch of the National Cc of Letter Carriers will give a picnic and annual outing at- iverview Park on Thursday June The officers of the Drench are Ascherman President J H Jensen Vice President John S Emmons Corresponding Secretary i Wllllani J Petot Financial Secre tary E iB Robuck Treasurer iII Charles M Haddaway Sergeantat Arms Dan W Cunlff Collector Picnic Committee is made up Louis W Bprntraegor John S B oCttnett Sam L Lucas Charles bL daway Philip McGovern John S cmendin Vanpelt Joseph Aacherman i D Ross Charles S Raidy Henry Sillier arid William Schwab IMPROVEMENTS PfcANNKD Mackin Council held a well attended meeting Monday night at1 though the temperature y President Samuel L Robed occupied the chair The Choral Club reported tkat the tour perform eaeaylbf the Campus were both rtittieally and financially tfrl The House Committee reported that the shower bath were almost cOmpleted Other xtwuiv improve meats are plalln4lCia teatur of f6r thlrbicb MEETING I DONT FORGET LETTER CARRIERS DAY NEXT THURSDAY JUNE 8 AT RIVERVIEW PARKFor the Benefit of Sick and Disabled Letter Carriers Special Added Attractious For the Day COLEMAN RIDGE Says In all his experience he has never seen a stockof clothes assembled to equal what he is now andeExtra Trousers Viewed from any angle its your ideal of what Iclothing should be It would be a personal1 favor to call for him and let him show you what we are building business on Cunning Lewis Brotzge EXCLUSIVE CLOTHES SHOP Northwest Corner Third and Jefferson WILLIAM ADDAMSCAN- DIDATE FOR GOVERNORSubj- ect to the Action of the Democratic Party at the Pri mary to Be Held July 1 1911 W M SMITHCANDIDATE FOR ieutenant governor Subject to the Action of the Democratic Primary to B Held Saturday July 1 1911 la = = mIrII m 1mIf J I I twice a year There MAY COME a time when your LAST DEDIImust be spent for something you DO NEED The SAVING now I JIII comingJt tandTrust Co Fifth and Court PlaceffOpen Daily Until 3 p m Saturdays Until 7 p m gfJ KODAK SUPPLIESAnd Every Requisite for Amateur and Professional Photographers PHOTOGRAPHIC DEVELOPING AND PRINTING SOUVENIR POST CARDS PICTURE FRAMING IOpplaterllrbaaI WOLTAINGPns F BBannofi Sewer Pipe CaISalt Glazed Sewer anti Calvert Pipe BannonsFsjentLlddetfPIpe for Steam CeailHits trickFireGrate and Seller Tile Groand Fire Clay CIIIBey Teps Lawn Yeses Vitrified Sidewalk BricK OFFICE 5281WEST JEFFERSON TBLBPHONB B73 WORKSs34haed Lexington and MagRolhi Ave Bet gtfqand lottt LBPHON8 2833 ttthorough electric lighting system Two members of Qbecouncil were reported ill WILL DO GOOD TkeKnlghti of Peter Claver organization for colored meet baA Aeon prganlsedbythe Rey Conrad cur of Mobile Ala kMd U expe tedto do muck jo W the Catholic colored tnar- oughout the South I I M T a i it JJLBrownll6ldOoI E STiiNT r tEAlWATERHEATING Dwt Build Without Ia- Uoas Plsose 7IN Ji ll1J I- iI J- u o 0 1 tt KE1Y iSOY IR1I AT1 ChRIGAvii h 11t Embalmers ES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS romptly Day er Night T STREET CUMBERLAND 123 ETTS SONS lj DIRECTORS MBALMERS t Mltxlll Street ++++ 4 + 4- FT Smiths Son L SMITH Proprietor Director and Embalmer rnlfihed for All Occasions on Short Notice JEFFERSON STREETo TELEPHONE 810 N+ 4iiF OMAS KEENAN neral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 calli promptly attended to day or night Carriigei furnished for ell occasion 25 W MARKET ST Independent of All Undertaken KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER thing and Dressing Ladies and Children Specialty HOME PHONE 1O77 All the late and new Styles and Shapes pricesCall ROBERT JGJBRIDE With J W Beilslein Co FIRE INSURANCE Cumberland Main 3925m Home Phone 5836 Columbia Building Fourth and Main BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses tleleotrope Etc Cemetery Work a specialty RIASONAIiLEP- fICESJACOB SCHULZ THE FLORISTl1 660 S l FOURTH AVE Botk PfcOKM 223 HERRMANN BROS IJJIUOaTJUu f FIMB WINES AND LIQUORS DWliersaadlOseNsraie DK en la Piowt ids of KM tacky Wbtettte eapeWy Pearl tit Nelson uoftLaDJII BOND TIM 1M IiltlllllLG- Y j 4 1C- r S1 McELLI- OTTcI3LLIOTT e t i a IIHIGH v oclCLASS VAUDEVILLE i i iii iI 1030 TO 10 30 e Ten Cents 10 Ten Ccnta iW tcJHOPKINS THEATER i High Class VaudevilleA- ND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows dally Sunday contin uous 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 senting only the standard productions historic dramatic dud co- micICE FOR HOME USE Ask for Coupon Book and save 5 per cent on your ice bill Our Ice is made from distilled water only Family delivery will be satisfactoryWe l icetoranyquanmy i i AMERICANIce INCORPORATED iIIE Cer Pearl and Floyd Street NiiNdN ONUMENTS Weaienoyr receiving from Barre Vermont three ear loads of MonomeoU for our o largestandbeetu ever carried which we can offer at a bargain Please give us A calk J MULDQON MonumenttCollpay rail W QfM iC UwtovMte Ky 4 A4si Vv v V 7 i i k Itt t HIBERNIANSA What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekrOenoral News Notes New Albany Hibernians last week filed their protest against the pro posed AngloAmerican alliance wlth Senators Shlvely and Kern and Con giessman Cox A solemn requiem mass for deceased members of the order was celebrated Sunday in the Carmollt I church New York City Division 1 meets pext Tuesday night and President IlIurphyre quests all members to be present There will be a number of Importan reports and other business of speck InterestMonday night Division 3 will hold an unusually Interesting meeting Several committees will have reports and the rival membership teams are expected to present a number of applications for membership The Hibernians of Minneapolis and St Paul gave Rev Father OFlanagan the Gaelic League envoy a hearty welcome when he vis- Ited their cities They contribute a nice sum toward the success of the mission in which the good soggartl Is engagedThe Auxiliary meet Wednesday night and a lively ses Ion may be looked for Severs Important matters will be discussed one of which will be the annual celebration Never before was the out look brighter for this excellent body of Catholic women and it goes with out saying that anything they under take will be crowned with success President Con Ford and Secretary Wilf Meehan look for a big tournou to the meeting of Division 2 nex Wednesday night Several committees are to be named and work tor the summer months will be out lined This division has been malt- Ing good since moving to East Broad way and there Is every IndIcation that its numbers will be increase- dCOMMENCEMENTS Academies and Colleges to Send Out Many Grads slates The commencement season foi Catholic schools academies and colleges Is fast approaching The dates thus far announced are as follows Loretto Academy June 14 Bethle hem Academy June 13 Sacrei Heart Academy Crescent Hill June 21 St Marys College June 13 St Catherine of Sienna Academy Tune 13 Presentation Academy Louis vllle June 12 Many of these institutions art older than Louisvilles publli school system This year Loretto holds her nlntynlnth annual commencement while It will be the eightyfirst for Bethlehem the ninetieth for St JMarys the eighty ninth for St Catherines and the seventyeighth of Presentation Academy Nazareth Acadmy older than all will bold Its commencement m June 14- GEItMAN AMERiCAN ALLIANCE The GermanAmerican Alliance net Tuesday night and heard a re commitIteelate to be named later Theofficors of the committee are Carl A Wellen lorf Chairman Emil Beyer Secretary and John Schneider Treasurer The following subcommittees have been named PressCharles Neu neyer Philip Fleig and Fred Jchsar Finance Ferd Echsner Clemens Wlegand and William ichott Decorations Philip Hollen ach Emil Beyer and Charles Mann MUCH RIVALRY I The Kent Smiths defeated the teve Dunlgans Ina baseball game a b Mongols Park last Sunday by the bclslve score of 11 to 0 for the bamplonshlp of Limerick this be- Ing the second game played by these wo teams the Dunlgans winning the fIrst The deciding game will be ilaypd at Eclipse Park on Sunday une 10 John Dwan Is captain of the Smith aggregation while Jim Ipxton the brave fire laddie leads th Dunlgans REEDV RUSSELL A large gathering of relatives and friends attended the nuptial lass at St Frances of Rome church hursday morning when the pastor Rev Thomas White united In the holy bonds of marriage Miss Nora M Reedy and Joseph F Russell ThebrJde is the daughter of Mrs lichael J Reedy and Is popular in Illfton society circles Mr Russell Is well known in business circles throughout the city The best wishes ot a host of friends follow the vorthy couple into their new life PERRY CROWDS HAPPY Fontaine Ferry Park was this week the mecca where thousands upon thousands sought relief from the heat of the city They took ad antage of all the amusement deices and crowded every bench lnv he park Slrignano and his band prang Into popular favor and the irogrammei arranged have made a popular hit with music lovers The audevllle r theater will present an ntlre chang4 of bill for neat week aU the acts being of the highest r- per and introducing a number of tars of national reputation Fon airie Ferry presenta delightful feat urea for both olil and young1- TLIZABl11THTOWN CBlixabethtown jie in gloom laet iiurday when auwouno D3ent was fade of the death tJ R NWgb thllk1rNllpeetedfor suffered a itroke of paralyeh- his deceased Lie unriyed bjr his widow and four children 1iI rsa- Lary Wanes tad Freaoee Neigh PT and Aobert and NeTte twill i yif r k j Lc MENS AllWoolFastColor 1 BLUEI I I SERGESUITS for 10 The best ones you ever saw at the pr- iceLEVYS I Third and Market SpotLI IOOOOOo o 8AO89 FOR Furniture Of 111 Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYER j 419 W MARKET ST I bore The funeral services were held Monday morning at St James church and were largely attended a number of relatives and friends from Louisville being present- WINCHESTER WEDDING Miss Maysle Bernice Hlllenmeyer and Edward T Houlihan Jr were united In marriage at Winchester on Thursday morning by the Rev Father Herbert Hlllenmeyer brother of the bride Aftera brief bridal tour Mr and Mrs Houlihan will make their homo at Lexington where the groom is engaged In busi ness The bride is one of Winches ters most popular girls IUECENT DEATHS The sympathy of many friends is extended to Detective Patrick White and his estimable wife over the death ot their son James M White who passed away at the family residence 1926 West Jefferson street on Tuesday morning The deceased was me ot the clerks in the Auditors fflce of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company His death was lue to typhoid pneumonia He was only twentythree years old and was islng rapidly In railroad circles Besides his parents he Is survived by one sister Miss Mary and three brothers Joseph Edward and John White The funeral took place from St Patricks church on Thursday norning Miss Leona Hllger a popular oung lady of the West End died at St Josephs Infirmary on Tuesday afternoon Death followed an attack of peritonitis She was the laughter of Charles Hilger manager of the barber shop In the Paul ones Building Besides her parents she Is survived by three sisters Mrs Olivia Kinney of Kansas City Mrs Loraine C Chamberlaine of Detroit and Miss Virginia Huger and two brothers Robert and Harry Hllger zany sorrowing friends attended her uneral which took place from St Charles Borromeo churchr on Thurs diay morning Thomas Leone a retired fruit dealer died at his home 125 West offerson street at 530 oclock on rlday evening of last week He had been in ill health several weeks and death was not unexpected He Is survived by his wife and the follow ng children Rev Father Damian Leone of Milwaukee Councilman like Leone Memo Leone and Mrs aura Medici and Miss Catherine Leone The funerall took place from st Michaels church on Sunday ifternoon I IThe funeral ot Mrs Susan Mc anntook place from the Sacred Heart church on Tuesday morning Her death occurred ather home 1707 We t Broadway last Saturday fternoon She is auvyed by her husband Charles McCannv and a- son and daughter The deceased ai well and favorablyl known in the West End I The funeral of MrsMar1 A prating widow of thjp late Herman Mpnayc fiurch Mrs JPertiluK was seventy eyrs old and was Iwld in high et tm V OerHiaa Oatholjc elrctee FIRST IRiM PAPBB The first per published in- Leland VM tits Un Newiletter Itt wu pabHabed la un UlljAT OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Iiitercs Members Here and Elsewhere A class of forty candidates re ccived the second and third degree it Madison Ind on Sunday New Albany Council gave a not delightful musicale Wednesday nigh for members and their families Kentucky was well represented at the Initiation at Ironton Ohio last Sunday quite a delegation attending from Ashland Large classes were Initiated last Sunday Into the councils at Anderson Richmond and Seymour Ind North Dakota has four councils with good prospects for several moreSunday was another great day tor Louisville Council Sixtythree candidates received the degrees the third being directed by Hon Li Vega Clements of Owensboro following the Initiatory exercises the candidates and members partook ofan alegant banquet Sixty candidates from Covlngtoi and Newport became members at an initiation in the former city las Sunday Judge John Read pre Tided at the banquet and addresse were made by Hon Edward J McDermott of Louisville John Huber of Newport and Judge Frank rracy of Covington JIMMY BtJKKE And Other Old Favorite at Eclipse Park To morrow Louisville will close at Toledo thIs afternoon and open with Jimmy Burkes Hoosiers here tomorrow afternoon for a three game series which will be the last home game until June 21 the Colonels making a road tour of the four Western cities The Showing made by the team this past week has been a bit disappointment to the fans but no other cause can be assigned for the failure to win games than just plait hard luck The pitchers have shown a big Improvement in their work the team is hitting good and fielding splendid and there Is no ole who car suggest a change in the present lineup which man for man wll compare with any in the Association With an even break of luck al Columbus Louisville would have won a majority of the games as they outbatted and putfielded Columbus during the series and lost a couple of runs by sheer hard luck A big crowd will be on hand to greet Jimmy Burke and the old Louisville favorites Woodruff and Hallman this being their first appearance this season and by the way Indianapolis has made a big spurt during the past two weeks and are con tenders Just now- PRIESTS MEMORIAL The material for the monument to be erected to the memory of the Rev Father John Kelly has arrived in New Albany The monument will be erected at Holy Trinity cemetery on the Green Valley road near New Albany next tall The shaft will be Surmounted by a cross and the whole will be nearly twenty feet high The date of Father Kellys birth and death will be inscribed on the stone Father Kelly was pastor of Holy Trinity church for twenty five years prior to his death s ST VINCENT DI PAULS Tomorrow morning the third group of children consisting of seventysix eight nine and ten year old boys and girls will receive their tint holy communion at St Vincent de Pauls church during the low mass at 8 oclock At 230 in the afternoon these same children will be enrolled in the Scapular Contra ternity the beautiful ceremony to close with the Rosary procession and benediction of the Blessed Sacrament OWEN811ORO Y M I The Y M I degree team of the Kentucky Jurisdiction headed by upreme First Vice President Robert T Burke will go to Owenaboro tomorrow morning and in the afternoon will initiate a large class for arto Council It will be quite an vent In Owensboro Catholic circles A banquet wllj follow the Initiation Mr Burke expects to go to Memphis- n the near future to Initiate a class tor Chickasaw Council HUN DOWXBY AUTO Michael J Fllburn an employe of the Golden Rule store was struck by an automobile last Sunday night while crossing Market street be tween Third and Fourth After his Injuries had been temporarily dressed he was removed to his home 2404 West Jefferson street where tie Is resting as comfortably as could be expected AVENUE THEATER blackfacedomedian audovlUe bill at the Avenue Thea ter next week All of the acts will be of superior excellence The mo tl nplctureportlonot the pro rnmme will be of the usual high rder Hot weather has no terrors or patrons of the Avenue because that ply house Is kept cool and omfortable by electric fans DELBGATBS TO ROCHESTER tact Saturday night tb rt TTM a ouslng meeting of Falls City trench No14ot the National Ai eMdaOon of Letter Carriers when CIbarteB M Haddaway JtwlAVljp- eJt John 8 iDmmon Charted Car IUwr and Charles VftUnVr wre- MotAldtol repneNttt LduUtlll M the letter earrfera national convention TN convention will mt in Roches IIr 00 September 4 and will be In- HUIoa six drays P FRANK FEHR BREWING Cft OORIORArED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OURr SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone l152 SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANYINOORPORATED LOUXSVXxLE ax Comb Phone West 191 Homo Phone 1913 rUE WIEDEMANNINCORPORATEDI BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and eacelientiavoe Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay Street Brewery 50S 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY OHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE CV FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order tt- a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Home 76717672 Cumb West 69 SAL VATOR Dark LIFE SAVER LigbtT FERRYThe High Class Family Amusement Resort FREE CONCERTS Every Afternoon and Evening by SIrig nanos Concert Band- XTRAGOOD VAUDEVILLE Two Shows Dally3 p m 830 pm DANCING Every night except Sunday Fine floor best music Admission to Park Afternoons free after 6 pm lOc Children accompa nled by parents free at all times PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicS Socials OutingsT- his beautiful Park has been greatly improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies and parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing coutract SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP 150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS 150 On the Elegant Steamers City of Louisville City ofCincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the Whaffboat feet ef Thin street every Sunday at 9 am goes about seventy five miles up the beautiful Ohio where she meets the return boat arriving home about 7 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c 81te M Nye aa Heatiea tHtwtprpare ttie feeUn sT XAyiERS 11swnssrr fea4 i LiJ1l the eanq rey- se 1t aeeh te j J c THOMPSON FLORISTONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUEB- oth Telephones IOSO All orders receive pronpt attention end satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffeisonvillev nd own and manage a private hospital or the care and treatment of inane anti epileptic patients Both male and female tatients are admitted Rates very yeas nable For further particular apply to nOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL parkt AUDile Jcflerionvllir tai Einr ftAIJIJ putSP DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Pbon638 528 Fifth SttMt CENTRAL FURHITU 88 Incorporated- N W Cor Third aid Often Sis We furnish the home cem J plete oa easy payments WM CALUOHAN Mgr Sale Deft HRY tiiU MOLD BHAIHR 1My ynA JlITtLAII SAMPLE IM t10NNECTIOM- Old Whiskies a- Is Piw d F U f ry 1 I J JUNTPOK IRISH A1 1ZYLAle1 THE BIG STOREu x Special Sale ofS4uitsFor Boys s250Of extraordinary value Doublebreasted Gnats and Knickerbocker Pants Fancy Cassimeres and Che- viots f Ages six to sixteen THE BIG STOREMlt TON M MAHBLBSTONE CO 414 MarkeiStlBetwce Piano Values==Our Methods 1 1Inadvertising our piano values and our methods it Is our purpose to advise with all along Intelligent linesthe course to pursue in selecting a pianoone of real worth for the money you invest We are confident of having the largest lines of quality pianos at the lowest prices and our liberal terms of payment privileges you to the ownership of a piano the day you make your selection by investing a small amount of cash us first payment Our one price policy must convince even the most doubt ing of our superior service in treating one customer the same as another and isa point to he well considered when pur chasing a piano We invite inspections and comparison F nONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated IIR680 FOURTH AVBNUB I GIVE A REBATE TICKET Good for ten cents in trade with my New Blend Coffee at 2 12 Ibs r r 65c Phone a Trial Order JOHN M MULLOY Hoes Pfaon 1323 lfb W MAIC2ICICZ t9I E2E81TB SHOESam1SLIPPERSWe hibited in this city which is being sold at reasonable prices For boys and girls who are about to make their COMMUNION old GONFIRMflTION YOU will find here the latest and most exquisite styles in Shoes and Slippers Also Mens and Womens Shoes the best made VOLZ MICHAELj 336 WEST MARKET ST JAS J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON Naughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them t Home Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS rSANDTENTSr Estimates cheerfully furnishedIt Kentucky Tent and Awning Coll BOTH PHONES 2427 1 20 N THIRD T r I I I IT DOESNT PAY I To argue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start andIbe satisfied In the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER I I MANUFACTURED BYII KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COtIncorporated PlantLoalrvlllOEHER SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET RfH1rAR iimoIRAmai The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation Tilt QUlCKMEALGASRANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered deslr ered desirable la a Gas Rang EQUALitsabllc DR J T eHAWKVttc- riMary Y n t Infirmary aiHorse Shctin1 Fcr e a ISCMEJJTIflt m PR CT CIIL O- RUorasCllrf NO lIMC r and D livard 7 I rJ SIMMERING Political Pot Is Getting Ready For Another Good Hard Boll Candidates Are Maneuvering For Position and Race Is OpenI One Time Editor Frets Because Others Had More oft the Pie I FUNNY STORY IN EVENING POST As the time for the Democratic State primary and Republican con vention approaches the politicians of all parties are getting busier and busier The Gubernatorial candi dates and the candidates for second honors are out stumping the State Each man Is setting forth his claims and there should be no room for Ig norance of what any of the candi dates declares he stands for From now on the campaign will be hotter than ever and while some of the followers of certain candidates are bitter In their criticisms of all who differ from them the candidates themselves lire not dealing in mud slinging or vituperation Judge William Addams and his friends claim that he Is gaining strength every day and those In charge of his headquarters at the Old Inn are well satisfied with the outlook They claim that some sur prises are in store and that when the ballots are counted at the close of the primary that oxSenator Mc Creary will have been defeated Dur ing the present week Judge Edward C ORear and Hon E T Franks two of the Republican Gubernatorial candidates opened headquarters in Louisville While they will continue to stump the State both expect to spend as much time as is possible In Louisville Lieut Gov Cox has many friends in Louisville and they are making a vigorous campaign in his Interest While Gov Wlllson Is not taking any active Interest In the contest 11 Is generally understood that Mr Cox is closer to him than either of the other aspirants One race that is of paramount In terest In this city is that In which three Louisville men are starters W M Smith James P Edwards and Hon E J McDermott Each has a strong following in his race for Lieutenant Governor All have clean political records and any one of the three would make a fit presiding of ficer for the State Senate As was stated last week Mr Smith has the backing of Mayor Head and the city administration and that is a great advantage to start with even if he were without his strong following In the First Second and Third districts Mr McDermott and Mr Edwards have been out stumping the State and both have been courteously re celved wherever they have spoken The greatest good feeling prevails among these three candidates The Louisville Herald on Wednesday published a card from Daniel E OSulllvan giving his views on the Democratic situation In the State and county Now what value does any Democrat place on Mr OSulllvans views and in the second place who is giving him the Impression that any one cares wha his views are His letter has tinge of superegoism Dans excuse Is that Argus the political dopester for the Herald recently Inquired as to his whereabouts Argus certainly owes the pUblican apology for tlta I Infliction To sum up Mr OSulll vans troubles ho frets because the I local Democrats are not tearing thou shirts over oxSenator MoCrearysI I campaign and he attacks exSenator Jo Blackburn because as he says Blackburn had his feet under theI Democratic table for forty years while Dans feet were under the pl table only ten years Hence the klct That story in the Louisville Even- Ing Post on Wednesday to the effect that the McCreary Beckham Bale combination was going to dethrone Frank McGrath Chairman of the local Democratic committee and un seat the other committeemen Is really funny If this were done Mr Beckham would have to transplantt lot of his followers from out InIthe State since he has not backing enough in Louisville to organize one precinctThe Democrats of Louisville from top to bottom are sore on Beckham I for his appointment of R W BlngII ham as Mayor of this city thereby turning the town over to the RepubI licansBy the way what loesllr I Beckhami thinkof his protege i Judge iBlngham who Is now one of the leaders of the Grand Old Party in Louisville If Beckhanis and Haleys Democratic friends are intsame ratio out in the State that t they are In Louisville the Kentucky IrishI ncSjtojI During tllepastweek former Magistrate Adam Spahn announced his candidacy for the Legislature from the Fortysixth district corn posed pf the Second and Third wards So far he has no opposition and will in all probability land the Democratic nomination Former Policeman Tom Dunn has announced hisl candidacy for Constable InthelJFifth Magisterial district Mr Dunn in very popular and the man who beats him will have ip hustle I Many candidates from the dlfferd nut Legislative districts are expected lp announce in the next several dam imong hem being William A Prryti ItoI l latlvo district comjHHwl o the eighth and Ninth wards which jt Rephbileanbritl critic ltr Petry wllt probably be the- onext representative r ss ha will p- olljjjjjjj SOCIETY DIRECTORY AOHtDIVISION 1 J Meets at Falls City Hall en First and Third Tuesday PresldentWiiliam Murphy Vice President Anthony Tompkins Recording Secretary Joseph E FarrellFinancial Secretary Thos DolanI Treasurer Thomas P Lawler SeigeantatAnns Louis Roller DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway President 0 J Ford Vice PresldentErnestSmlth Recording Secretary William T MeehanFinancial SecretaryJohn J KeaneyTreaurerJames Welsh Serg antatArmB W S Nally DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays IlneteeHlh and Portland PresidentD J Coleman Vice PresidentHugh Hourigan Recording Secretary Thomas s StevensFinancial SecretaryJ G Hes elon TreasurerD J Dougherty SergeantatAras James Stevensl Soatlnel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Hertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy LyncSRecording J BarryFinancial JSecretaryThomasLangan Treasurer Harry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary D J Reilly SergeantatArms William Calk laghanSentlnelM J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesda At Elks Hall Oounty President Lawrence FordPresidentJohn O Cole MurphyRecording M Qrody Financial SecretarYJohn Hogan TreasurerB A Coll T SergeantatAxms Michael Gar rlty SentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y 3UC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Monday Evenings at Clu House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Han cock A C Link Financial SecretarYF G Adams Recording SecretarYR Osborne Corresponding SecretarYH Ker bergTreasurerW A Link SheehanInside Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart IfJ1t I 1 ENjSt trorfJC To be Watched waa1 1 very 111 from nervousness could not sleep had to be watched at all timesIas I was afraid he would hurt i seltI tried two doctors who treatedI resultsBut thattt have to be thankful to tho Tonic fo the astonishing results i Benedictine Convent 171S W 18th Pl I 111For I ous headache and sleeplessness Every I time when extra work was to be done I the pains Increased Since I have taken feelIl well and am convinced that it willl I timee I FREE A Valuable Book on Ner aSamplbottle e I tients also set the rncdlcln Ire IoYI KOENIQ MED CO Chicago Jill toe Lake Street told by Druggists at SI per Bottle for 95 tart Size S17I 6 Bottlei for SB the solid Democratic vote and prac U ally all the independent vote l FINE SHOW performances theblllwmboth those who sit below and aloft playhousetures of the headline order and the electricbreezesfavorite place for an hour of rest I and delightful entertainment I IIuST WEEK OF RACES The feature events at Churchill Downs today will be the Frank 4 Fehr stakes for threeyosr olds and Jramore A Important feature each iucb JJlanYIoyoltngsocletyl are crack riders For eeYerallyers the Gentlemens cup has been won bv Louisville riders The pre ent meeting of the New Louisville Jockey Club wljl close nest Thurs attar avery successful season I The stake events will be the Churc hut Downs handicap on Tuesday and Kentucky oalj n Thursday CHAXGBf QIC JtiSSIDBNCB t Jr William B Doherty hM rs movedhle residence from 1580 West Markt street to 16 South First tree H1 olAe wills ii Jlnj1 the Hast Building B 19 Fourth avenue l pposite the Mary lndrlOnTheater 4 ELEVATES Auxiliary Bishop ot Phlladcl pliia Succeeds Late Arch bishop Ryan I flight JRdv Edmund Prouder gst Is Worthy Every Honor Clergy and Laity ot the Quaker City Rejoiced Over the News TALLEST OF AMERICAN BISHOPS The Right Rev Edmund Francis appointedArchbishop ceed the Most Rev Patrick John Ryan who died on February 11 of the present year The appointment was announced at the Vatican last Saturday While the appointment PhlladelpniaCatholics cause they believed that Monsignor Kennedy Rector of tho American College In Rome would succeed to the archeplscopacy When the cable message reached Philadelphia Bishop Prendergast was on the altar of the Cathedral officiating at the ordination of twenty two candidates for the priesthood newhonorsordination ceremonies Even then he had nothing to say In fact he declined to disease the matter at all until he had been officially apprised of his elevation Edmund Francis Prendergast was TipperaryIreland sequently sixtyeight years old In Statesysix years later In the very same theeto the arch priestHe 1874cwas rector of St Malachys church In Philadelphia of which he still nominally the rector Fourteen years ago he was made Auxiliary Bishop of Philadelphia and three years later the venerable Archbishop Ryan appointed him ad ministrator of the archdiocese to take effect at the death of the Arch bishop With his consecration as Archbishop Monsignor Prendergaat Pennbto the suffragan Bishops of Pitts burg Scranton Altoona Erie and Hrlsburg The news of the appointment had been eagerly awaited since last February According to the rule of the church several names were submitted to Rome from which to pick a successor to the late Archbishop Many believed that the names of Bishop Kennedy of the American College Bishop Prendergast of Philadelphia and Bishop Dougherty of the Philippines had been for warded by the rectors ofthe archdiocese It was also reported that the names of Archbishop Glennon of St Louis and Bishop Hoban of Scranton had been submitted Both the clergy and laity of Phil adelphia regard Bishop Prender revhbishop Ryan because It was gen erally known among the friends of the dead Metropolitan that he want ed Bishop Prendergast to succeed himThe new Archbishop is probably the tallest member of the hierarchy manrof colossal build with an amiable fatherly face from which large clear gray eyes beam brightly His extraordinary height appears greater when he dons the tall episcopal mitre or Bishops hat The diocese of Philadelphia was established in 1808 and was erected an archdiocese on February 12 1876 The diocese Independent of Its suffragan sees comprises an area riof 5043 square miles It has a Catholic population Of p 2 5 000 Until further official notice no action will be taken but when the date Is set for the conferring of the pallium the Catholics of Philadelphia and Pennsylvania will arrange for one of the most imposing and Impressive religious celebrations over witnessed In any of the Eastern States one that will be attended by practically the entire hlerarahy of this country WEDDING BELLS Miss Myrtle Rumbold and Francis Wade Breen popular young people of New Albany will be united In matrimony at St Marys church in that city at 3 oclock next Thursday afternoon After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Bremen will begin housekeeping on State street The attend ants at the wedding will be Miss Elsie Breen and Leo Monnles who have a little love affair of their own and who will be married at the Church of St Mary of the Knobs near New Albany at 9 oclock on the morning of June 20 Following the ceremony Mr and Mrs Monnles will e tendered breakfast at the home John Breen at Mooresvllle Ind fter a wedding trip to New Or eans the young couple will begin housekeeping on State street New Albany MOTION PiqTURES 1 The Princess and Ofpheuin pic ture houses wjll otter next week an Interesting line of moving pictures which Will JInclude dramatic and comic tomes that rpromlie to be In structive as well at amusing These pletdrefr are from the latest arid Sept thatflitAiiMtlni the OMMW from real life Both houi aarkPt cool and com fnrtble- u n f Childre 1 Write French Indi sheer fabric 3 regular value 3 price per yard- Mercerized 1- m4S inches beau and finish our i yard goods sale price IFrenchOrgandies very fine and she good value at 7Sc sal price per yard Persian and French medium and sheer qu 45 inches wide our r 39c grades sale price per yard Mercerized Lingerie ClofJ 40 inches wide medium weigh 19cial1 C f 1 1C ei FOIftnIAYI1106- f j eeaN wewslowse t iNNe io NNNH NN4H i iimost uptodate I iCARPiTHE CITY OF LOUIS I IINPilCEon trade here strictly reliable gO Hubbuch Bros We INCORPORATED 522524 WEST MARKET STREE BICYCLES Nationalequipped with mud guards coaster brake large motorcycle saddle Guaran teed throughout Special price 4200 Nationalwithout mud I guards 4000 Dayton G J tires mud guards coaster etc 3750 Princeton high grade equip ment 3000 Daytonia goodvalue for 1500 I Baseball sU 100 Leather Lined G large size 125 Sutcliffe American League Ball I 100 Interscholastic Ball 1 size horsehide covet t 75c High School League 4 25c Junior League Ball 1 220 vtanfoMrtg For Your Furniture Wants I i 1 WANT YOUR TRADE i stocks are the largest my prices i iithelowest and my terms the besii JAMES GREENE425427 and 429 East Market Street ONE TH IRD OFFON WHITE AND BLACK PRAYER BOOKS We are making a special offer of onethird ofi the regular retail price ion all our First Communion Prayer Books and other Special Books just Placed In stoCk ThiS iV splendid opportunity to bUY new Prayer Books at a very low figure This offer stands good for only a short time It would be wise to look over our stock at once Remem ber all our bookshave been approved by tne highest authority THE CHA4SaA ROGERS HOOK CO 418 West Jefferson Street Louisville Ky f fit flt J lt tlf t tt t t f tnIHIIWDOI CHA7tiP4taxst AJU KQli3 StreetL1R40Ri U In i o i 0 J J rn it f- JIf U 1 v t ar 1 ITT YTOJbtY IRISH lLM3 iCA K f- n ru THE BIG STORE SPECIAL SALE OF MENS SUITS This seasons newest styles newest weaves new est colors The snappy and dashing appearance of our Famous Guaranteed Clothes are the talk of the city On sale one we k beginning today and ending next Friday 1200 THEONtSTO- REM4 d CO 424WestMarkett 1 Between SIIIFourth and Fifth r 1Piano Values==Our Methods aIr In advertising our piano values and our methods It Is our purpose to advise with all along Intelligent linesthe course to pursue la selecting a plano one of real worth for the money you Invest Wears confident of having the largest lines of quality pianos at the lowest prices and our liberal terms of payment privileges you to the ownership of a plane the day you make your selection by Investing a small amount of cash as first payment Our one rice policy must convince even the most doubt superior service in treating one customer the same another and Is a point to he well considered when pur chasing a piano We Invite tnspactions and comparison MONTENEQRORIEHMt 1 MUSIC COe Incorporated e8eOO FOURTH AVENUE 1 GIVE A REBATE TICKET Good for ten cents in trade with my New Blend Coffee at 2 12I Ibs 65c Phone a Trial Order JOHN M MULLOY 8 HOOM Phon1333 gUilt W IVIAMICIET STDieilKT S x cas a3Mce 3C8C8 3a ss3m k SHOES and SLIPPERS We have the most complete line of Footwear ever ex hibited in this city which is being sold at reasonable prices For boys and girls who are about to mare their COMMUNION and GONFIRMfVriON You will find here the latest and most exquisite styles in Shoes and Slippers Also Mens and Womens Shoes the best made it VOLZ Be MICHAEL 336 WEST MARKET ST JAS J NAUGHTON JOS N HIGGINS CHAS E NAUGHTON Naughtons Pharmacy Prescriptions Filled By Registered Pharmacists Only Telephone Us and We Send For Them lHome Phone 897 TENTH AND JEFFERSON STS AWNINGS AND TENTSr A large stock of tents on hand for sale or rent We do more and bitter work than any one here Orders by mail promptly attend toi Estimates cheerfully furnished I Kentucky Tent and Awning Co BOTH PHONES 2427 120 N THIRD ST IT DOESNT PAYTo argue against QUALITY Get the BEST in the start and tie satisfied In the END USE DIAMOND WALL PLASTER I MAHOPACTUR8U BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COIncorporated jj- Flratnll River Both rhone J947 AUo jjperatlBK Hooster Wall Plaster Plant t LovlivllU Kv leffersonville Ind Phone SM J GEHER N SON 215 WEST MARKET STREET SELL fHB CBIBBRATKD NORYH STAR REFRIGERATOR- s J The Only Refrigerator with Cork Insulation Till QUICK MEAL GAS RANGE Combines not a few but all features of practical value that are considered deilr B ered dealrablelnaGaeRange- The QUICK MEAL has NO EQUAL F- It ranea high ia the Mtlraatloa of tbj abllc DR JT OHAWK w t Ycttrimary Infirmary aiIIeirHiCIa r e nIIto sea IIOI5EJIH SlforM CttttMl Pr wU MiTrMC It 7 M 2SM omce ANI Pttraf IIMM SBVBMB p v SUDDEN CALL Jacob Gast Succumbs to Stroke Caused by the Great Heat When it was announced on Tues day that Jacob Goat was dead few In the community could realize it Only the day before he was seen on the streets and was apparently enjoying good health despite that he was com plaining of the weather Death M lowed a sudden stroke of apoplex superinduced by heat Mr Gast was born In Loulsylll fiftythree years ago and always re sided In this city He received hle education at St Marys parochial school and at the old St Xavier Institute After leaving school hE engaged In the transfer business the saloon buslnesa and of late year was a member of the brokerage firm of L Simons Company and wa also the proprietor of a laundry Affable charitable and with ever a good word for ibis fellow man none could dislike Jake Gast He IE1 survived by his wife who was Mis Catherine Dourer and the following children Courtenay Charles and Robert Cast Mrs O W Lussky and Misses Adele and Elsa Gast On Ma 25 his brother Adam Gastdled after a brief illness The funeral was held from St Louis Bertrand church on Thursday morning The edifice was thronged with sorrowing friends of the family NICE TRIBUTE Paid Catholic Knights tr Pastor of St Johns Church Members of Branch 25 C K of A had their annual communion last Sunday morning at St Johns church The Eev Father Schuh mann who is spiritual director of tho branch complimented the mom bers en their showing and also praised the order for its good work Father Schuhmann told that in the office for the day read by clergymen the Saviour promised to send to the paracletetayingorphans IIThen the speaker told how the Catholic Knights of America were caring for the orphans and widows and how they had expended millions of dollars In carrying ot this work of true Christian charity Father Schuhmann also called at tention to the fact that this was a season of marriages and he sug gested that it would not be a bad Idea for each bridegroom to present his bride with a policy in the Catholic Knights of America LARGE CLASS To Be Initiated by Catho lic Knights and Ladles Tomorrow The Louisville branches of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America will have a joint Initiation of candidates at Falls City Hall at 2 oclock tpmonnrw afternoon The officers of the various branches are requested to have their candidates at the hall not later than 130 oclock There are about fifty can didates to bo initiated Stephen J McElllott iwlll preside Supreme President Francis P Leonard wil come from St Louis with a degree team to conduct the initiation Miss Julia OKeefe th Supreme Secretary Is also expected Suitable entertainment will be af forded the visitors by the local Knights and iILadles FONTAINE FERRY OFFERINGS Fontaine Ferry patrons next woe are promised one pt the best nude ville bills ever presented here or any where The bill will be headed by William Flemen and ibis players in a comedy dramatic classic called Back to Boston Then will come Taylor Kranzman and White a great trio of ragtime piano players and singers Elsie Faye Miller and Weston will offer a lot of dainty singing and dancing bits the famous Four Vanls will present a sensa tional tlghtwloe novelty and Van Hoven and company will put on a funny burlesque on magic and mys tery Out in the garden Felix Slriglanp and his splendid band will be assisted in presenting the dally free concerts by the Misses DoLaur a iwell owne1nglngduo MACKINS MEETING Mackin Councils meeting was fairly attended Monday njght though the business to be transacted was only ofa routine character Attorney Joseph Hancock occupied President Robertsons chair die patching the order of buslnesa and adjourning at an early hour All mbmhers were pleased when an nquncenent was made that Arthur Bonn James Mullarkey and Michael Carroll were Improving A number of + committees reported that much Interest was being taken in the Niagara Falls excursion and the sun et trip up the rives next month DESERVED PROMOTION It was with much pleasure that patrons of the German Insurance anki heard that j Clement Rob berth d been made nastier Airy obbert ii a faithful ervant of the bank and ltsopavon8He entered the service of the bnk thirtyheight years ago as enl r and for hlrty ona year has served as gen oral bookkeeper Frank 1 erhoff ill suooeed Mr obbert ai general ookkeeper Jp eph IVrpcklage be imee 1iSla raId Mallor- pMblegrill be ttf inaivjdual book tlr ROATOr OfAPEL- GltbolaoIll obaiMi will K Mtab lM4 at ties imdtone B matortjj me regales fY1cuMcin in ta short I time teootrdlag to tU tatonMlkmU V J r t 1rY SOCIETY DIRECTORY I A DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall en Firs and Third Tuesday I President William Murphy ByTompftldnsRecording Secretary Joseph Farrell Financial SecretaryThos DolanI I Treasurer Thomas P Lawle- rSetgeantatArmsIiouiB Roller DIVISION 2 Meets First and Third Wednesday Campbell and Broadway PresidentC J FordIVice President Ernest Smith Recording SecretaryWilliam TTMeehanFinanolalSecretaryJohn Jrt KeaneyTreaurerJamesWcJ h Sergeant atArmsW S Nally DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Mondays Ilneteenlh and Portland President D J Coleman HouriganRecording Stevens Financial SecretaryJ G Hes sionTrusuterD J Dougherty SergeantatArmsJames StevensI SeBtlnel Thomas Noon- DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street PresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John J BarryFinancial SecretaryThomas Langan TreasurerHarry Brady Assistant Financial Secretary DJ Reilly SergeantatArms William Cal aghanSentinelM J McDermott DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets First and Third Wednesday At Elks Hall County President Lawrence FordPresidentJohn G Cole MurphyRecording Me Grody HoganTreasurerSergeantatArms Michael Oa city SentinelThomas Gleason Marshal Michael Noon Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL SOB Meets Monday Evenings at Club- House 344 North Twentysixth President Samuel L Robertson Vice PresidentsJoseph J Hancock A C Link Financial SecretaryF G Adams Recording SecretarYR Osborne Corresponding SecretaryH Ke berg 1 Treasurer W ALlnk Marshal J H Sheehan Inside Sentinel P Andrlott Outside Sentinel Joseph Stewart ItJ1I1E ERVE I JosephBablvery ill from nervousness could n- oaieiwan watched at all timesafraid ho would hurt him self I tried two doctors who treated him for 6 weeks without any results But after taking 10 bottles Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonlo I can testify thatmy son is entirely cured next God I foItr Benedictine Convent 1718 W 18th PI Chicago Ill For years I was troubled with nerv Everytlmothe pains increased Since I have taken Pastor Koenlgs Nerve Tonic t feel well and am convinced that it will1 cure me completely Ina short time Sistsr M Ludmllln FREE IOEtit J1btfJ Watehede A Valuable Book on Nervous Diseased and a Sample bottle to any address Poor pa tlenta also get the medicine fret FoWayneKOENIG MED 00 Chicago III IDS Lake Street JoM by Druggists at SI pr Bottlt 6 for 5 tare SI117516 BottlM for 1 e furnished the dally papers it is ofJeftersonvUechargeofON VACATION The Kentucky Irish American is advised that the Rev Robert Mc churchCalvaryspend a vacation of four weeks COLONEL HARD TRIP Del Howards hustling Colonels will tackle Minneapolis again this afternoon and go over to 6t Paul threegameseriesthree games and thence to Kansas City for the same number alto thusWeeternbreak the fans will be more than teamsareThe decisive vlotorlM over Indian apollsrwereverr pleaslng to theColonels followers for It there U any tem they Want Louisville to muchhatedexcitement galore on the home pounds of both teams for the veet- of the euOnasth4tndl Datlo1H- ffansf feel about the same way toward Lou Ulechtam mtt1111asaSlle games eft1L5t11e jotber durtagi the west of ibe Maaoii It Icho1lthit- OHjohLtn1I I 214 r ahlfdn MMMMT Howard to mA and atawbury to teft field 1- kpa both 800 htttrt la tM same Ln CLOSING Exercises at Schools and Colleges Are In Near FuturetSt Marys College will hold its ninetieth annual commencement in MarlonEon the morning of Tuesday Juno 13 The com Academyofth ofJunereceive graduating honors are JiufinaffariaFlorence M Schilling Lincoln Ill MaryCDoles Shelbyvllle and Miss Bag mar h SteinertJ Chicago Conservatory Miss Anna Lee Morgan Louisville Art courseMIss Marie C Loin Inger Sutton Neb Presentation Academy will hold Its exercises at 10 oclock next Monday morning The graduates will be MeagherbfarloasTierney and Dorothy B Moral UNION PICNIC Given Big Boom at Tues days Meeting of Old Division p President William Murphy pre sided at a well attended meeting of Division 1 A Cv H on Tuesday JohnJwere reI Tarpey announced that the degree team would be able to report ready meeting11homas BoardHomake a speech James Doran who was recently appointed policeman resigned from the Visiting Committee and Anthony Tompkins was appointed in his stead Mr Dorans retirement trom the committee Is regretted be cause ho made a faithful and efficient member The picnic under the joint auspices of the four dills ions and the County Board was boomed In great shape and John M Mulloy Martin Cusick Thomas andrJames KJlkelly were appointed to attend the meeting of the County Board on next Friday to assist in making necessary arrangements WHOS WRONG Steve Smith Says the City Is Short on School- Children rSteve Smith of the Caron Di thereisthat the attendance at public schools In Louisville has fallen off 6500 within a twelvemonth The ques tions of the imported Chief Truant Officer have a lot to do with driving children away from the schools SHow much salary does the father make a week how much rent do the parents pay and other Illusive and utterly Irrelevant questions are reft qulred to be asked by the truant of ficersDr Bloom argues that there never 5were any more children In Louisville and that the previous school census was padded by political pets It would not be a bad idea to get these political pets busy again If the Doc wants the new board to spend the money HOPKINS THEATER As a refuge from the heat the spacious and fan swept Hopkins Theater is proving pan of the most enticing resorts in the city for amusement seekers Next week Manager Simon will present some of the most pretentious features In vaudeville six in number and the usual moving pictures Despite the vacation reduction In prices the Hop kins is providing the same high class character of bills that brought the house Into such public favor NEWPORT WEDDING The Church of the Immaculate Conception at Newport was the scene of a brilliant wedding Wednesday morning when at a nuptial mass John E Brooke Ipd to the altar Miss Nell Barry The bridals the pretty and accomplished daughter of Mr and Mrs John Barry and the groom is a popular young man of that city The ceremony was witnessed by many friends ot the happy couple who were showered With congratulations on their union NEW JOUBXATiISTIO VENTURE The Osgood Weekly Journal pub lished at Osgood Ind his passed Into the hands of Richard J Beer who will be its editor and publisher Mr Beer Is an old time printer and I a former resident of JUply county End hence his interest In the old town His paper is strictly all right For a number of years Mr Beer was employed by the Courier Journal and held a good position in the Jjpuisvllle Postoffice until his return to Hoosierdora BISHOP ICENNBDYS WORKS A cable agefromRomesarar IHIB an open secret With the Papal entourage that the Right Ret Thomas Jf Kennedy wan notappoint ed to succeed the late Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia because the Pop highly appreciating the work of MomlgRor Kennedy as adof Ithe American College inf Rome In- 18lte that Ke remalln iberei The it 1 is iMidf WH tiM tbit it be next io ImpoJMifato ty re- pLa Monsignor xenMdY as bt bM been moat extraordinary aa4 fruitful rI n J rI WHITE GOODS i i 1 1FOR Dresses Promptly Filled French India Lawn a fine sheer fabric 32 inches wide regular value 35c sale I 19cper yard IIprIce Mercerized Imported Batiste 45 Inches beautiful quality and finish our regular 50c goods sale price per yard 35c French Organdies 72 inches very fine and sheer qualityi 50cprice Lawni45 inches wide our regular 25cper4 Mercerized Lingerie Cloth 40 inches wide medium weight our 25c grade spe cial at per yard 19c saddle teed G J tires etc equip ment qualityJ6inchesj 40c sale price per yard jCj Fancy in fancy plaids stripes and Swisses values up to 20c sale price y yard per15cLinen 36 wide medium this extra good well 21pel11 C Wash Chiffon in a beautiful sheer and quality 45 wide our regular 35c sale price 18cper yard English soft finish 36 inches sells reg 99cprice i IE S i 11II5 4 Sjr ii + FOeRiNAYEN06 + rrr MARKET smrr 4 Ht 1B S BB B0i0BeNONffs NNNBOHB fa Ni- PNMNSNst N- t has been transformed The OUR STonEt betterments are in evidence everywhere New and New Ideas hold sway in the most uptodate I RUG CARPET and iI WALL PAPER DISPLAY THE CITY OF LOUISVILLE i iINPRICE trade here on I strictly reliable goods lets no regrets s Hubbuch Bros Wellendorff i 522524 WEST STREETii Z OIN1l0OSeSNee0e0feSeSNNNSSOevSiNSeSeSeSOSeSN1t BICYCLESNational guards coaster brake large motorcycle Guaran throughout Special price 4200 Nationalwithout mudguards 4000 Dayton mud guards coaster 3750 Princeton high grade 3000 Daytonia goodvalue forOf 1500 29 White Lawns checks 3 Finish Percales inches weight quality serviceable inches grade Imperial Nainsook Goods i INCORPORATED MARKET I Baseball 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Columbia Building Fourth and Main u BEDDING PLANTS y Geraniums Roses heleotroPa1Etc m Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES ra JACOB SCHULZ uTHEFLORJST- i 550 S FOURTIJAVE BoUt Phones 223- T II HERRMANNi BROS T nuoJlTBal LIQUOIKSSDW InkgJlerawlt515aathlhgwt xe Ihacky Wbkkies e tally Pearl of Ne son1 WPTLfD JJN stCflMb Wg11 t INS ftf WIN cnmv isF Ii AVENUE I HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLEE f f ifi I 10t30 TO 1O3- 0i Ten Cents 101cn Gents 4 L+ NN eJHOPKINSnTHEATER High Class VaudevilleA- ND Motion Pictures ADMISSION 10 CENTS Three shows dally Sunday contin uous CASINO AND ORPHEUM THEATERS FIRST RUN FILMS OUR MOTTO These are the Leading laying Pic ture Houses In Louisville Catering especially to Ladies and Child- renCOLUMBIA 5c Under the same management Pre productionshistoric MN N- ICEFOR HOME USE Ask for Coupon Book and save 5 per cent on your ice bill Our ice is made from distilled water only Family delivery will be satisfactoryWe Ice for all occasions and In any quan tity Both Phones 2- 97AMERICAN 1 N ileei MONUMENTS ngfromBarre loads of Monuments for our spring trade the largest and best assortment we have ever carried which we can Pleasegive II S MULDOONMonument tU W OTMB St Louisville KyfJ o HIBERNIANSf What they Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes I I IThe Hibernians of Waltham Mass expect to have their own home- ii During the month of May two new divisions were Instituted in Massa chusettsNew divisions are In process of organization at LaCrosse and II Antlgo Wis I Twentyfive new members were received Into the division at Linton ind last month I ExState President Butler has kept his word and Is still an earnest worker for the order t Division 1 now sees the approach of Its degree teams which promises to equal any in the Falls clues tr Boston Hibernians will observe the anniversary of the birth of Wolf Tone with fitting exercises on Juno 20 r j Over 3000 was pledged at the recent open meeting of the Boston Highlands Hibernian Building Asso ciationThomas Dolan of Division 1 will make a splendid County Vice Presi dent and It Is predicted he will go still higher Division 4 will meet Monday rilgh and then President Hennessy will name several aubcomlttees for the Phoenix Hill celebration Major MoCrystal fornier National Director has been elected Com mander of the panlsh War Veterans Camp Just organized in New York CityThe County Board will meet In session Friday night when further arrangements will be perfected for the union celebration at Phoenix HillConnecticut Stato officers are make high water markiI have already organized several new divisions and auxiliaries I The county degree team and choir of the Ladies Auxiliary of Indian apolis conducted a Splendid initia tion at iLogansport last Sunday for the reecntly organized auxiliaryl- A new division wits installed and sixty candidates initiated last Sunday at Madison Wis National President Regan and prominent members from j all parts of Wisconsin were present Celebrating the diamond Jubilee of the order the Hibernians of Olean N Y received holy communion in a body at St Johns church Father Gardiner paid them an eloquent tribute Following a spiritual retreat at the St Paul Cathedral about 2000 mem a11l11Ladlesday week Father Larpenteur the noted Dominican conducted the rel treat and was highly gratified with Its results iII j YO U GHAL LACE j = t s Among the Most Prized of Queen Marys Roya- lDecorations A cablegram to the American dailies from Belfast Ireland says In all the finery of Queen Mary when she goes to Westminster Abbey to be crowned there will be no more beautiful detail than the fleedlepolnt lace of her magnificent train It will be a present from theIIj women of Belfast and Ulster and be of Irish manufacture and worthy of the reputation of the Isle for J dainty workmanship The design of fuchsia and wild roses on the flounce was worked at the laooI school of a convent at YoughaL There also was made the presenta tion lace shawl given to Queen Alexandra by the women of England as a wedding gift and the shawl given to Queen Victoria on her dia mond jubilee Many other royal women of Europe Including theI Czarina of Russia count among theirI precious possessions needlepoint laceI made by the Yoiighal lacework rs ST VINCENT1 DE PAULS Yesterday morning the fourth and last group consisting of sixtynine seven eight and nine year old boys and girls received their first holy communion at St Vincent de Paul church during a llow mass at 745 oclock Immediately after mass the same children were enrolled In the Scapular Confraternity The total number of first Cbmmunlcants of St Vincent de Paul parish for this year Is 295 VISITED HIS FltlENDS James Donahue was a welcome visitor to his Louisville friends and old homo this week He is now lo cated In Columbus Ohio aid is superintending the carpenter work on the neW Federal building The contract for this work was awarded the Alfred Struck Company of this city and isa big one- WELCOME VISITOR John CT Peatherstone Superln tendcnt of Construction for the Cum berland Telegraph and Telephone Company with headquarters New Orleans ila In Louisville 4o spend hltichlldrenandlotherrekUVN Cheery smile and a fund of sew stor lesr He will always be welcome In L oul vllle POPUIJATIONDBORBASBS c JThe recent ceniui snows that the population of Ireland laI 4S8i9Si This IIB a decrease of 76824 islno tr previous enius which waX takeri1n 1901 ABLB TKSfft NTATIVB la1tIlIopWal h of Dublin will r preMHt he National Univ niitr of Ireland at UM t ongrgs of tMs Unl remora of the Britlah BniHr to elleli IB LosiM title IUBUMIV f f i 1 SenS1 Your I Nameandget I ThisPaper 100 rPer Year I t IPICNIO FOR ST PAULS A plcnto for the benefit of St Pauls church Jackson and Ken tucky streets will be given at Phoenix Hill Park on July 4 The Rev Father Thomas A York and his parishioners are plannlngfor a big event In the evenIng there will be Jlblg banquet in honor of Mayor Head and his cabinet and members of the General Council- HANDSOME GIFTS Dr Bernard J Lammers who designed and erected drinking foun tains in this city has dedicated five of his fountains to the city Tho Board of Public Works have accept ed tho fountains with thanks The fountains are so arranged that humans horses cattle and dogs may drink from separate orifices STRONG ORDER The last report Issued by Supreme Secretary Matre io very gratifying to the Catholic Knights of America During the last month 113 new policies were issued and the reserve fund will soon pass the big sum of 1000000 The Knights are now on the best basis of any fraternal in surance organization in America POLICE VACATIONS Lieut Edward Pulford and Patrolmen Patrick OHearn will leave on June 20 on a ten days trip to Chicago Milwaukee and St JO- seph Mich Patrolmen Mike OHaro and Thomas Pltzglbbons lefttoday to spend their vacation In Chicago SAFE IN IRELAND A postal card from Ireland brings tho news that William Lynch and wife arrived at Quecnstown last week The Ivernla on which they sailed was leaklngbadly but Mr and Mrs Lynch were not at all frightened 1 r WILT ENTERTAIN D JEns r Walter Klarer of New Albany will entertain the Queen of Nelson and J P Dant bowling clubs next- Tuesday evening at his residence Klarer Is an enthusiastic bawler and Is always a prominent figure at the national tournament HEARTS UNITED Miss Pledy Barbour and Wathen Summer prominent young people of Frederlckstown were married In that place at Holy Trinity church on Wednesday morning The rite was performed by the Rev Joseph TIetors After a brief honeymoon trip Mr and Mrs Summer will reside at SprlngfleldKy WILT ELECT OFFICERS Trinity Council Aid Society will hold Its annual election of officers at Trinity Hall next Monday evening at 9 oclock The annual report of the officers will be read and other matters of interest will be presented for consideration SPAIN GROWS In the last fortyfive xears the population of Spain has Increased only 3000000 PIONEER CATHOLIC UNIVERSITY Georgetown University our oldest Catholic university was founded by the Jesuits 122 years ago LATEST IN STYLES The plain top sleeve In mannish style or the kimono or peasant cut Is still a dominant characteristic The evening slippers of satin are finished with French buckles of rhlnestones beautlflly set in silver Much white embroidery on black chiffon or net Is seen In the new as sortments and plenty of black on black aioussellne de sole waists with dull silver or gold a embroidery are being worn with afternoon suits on cool days Sailor collars In numerous variations are fashioned of lace with bor tiers of tussah of a contrasting materialThe peklne materials In which the stripes are broad or narrow have taken a firm hold on the pub lie fancy An idea which is taking everyones fancy by storm IB the summer muff It may be made in anything pretty and light Octagon mesh yelling In clusters of chenille dots Is ttgen alto also filet mesh veiling sprinkled wltfi chenille dots O MOTHS h V Wiooena1i I motto The salt will tot injure the flBMt goo4i or furs r IRELANDI Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges At a reecnt meeting of the Clare County Council James F Killeen was elected Rate Collector Mrs A J Fanning clerk of the Birr Pension Committee has the distinction of being the only lady in Ireland who holds such a post poorlawlady candidates have been nomin ated for four wards out of eight According to the I recent census the population of Navan has been returned at 3933 being an increasa of ninetyfour as compared with the previous census At Athlone a number of men were returned for trial to Quarter Ses sions and bound to the peace on a charge of cattledriving on the lands of Kllgarvin Glebe The appointment to the Magis tracy of County Clare was recently announced of Michael J Gaynor Postmaster at JJurren andP J Ifogan County Councillor According to the recent census re turns the population of the munici pal borough of Kilkenny is 10550 showing a decrease of fiftynine as compared with the previous census An old and much respected Kil kenny resident passed away in the person of Michael Ryan High street The Kilkenny Corporation adjourned their meeting as a mark of respect to his memory The agitation on the Beechwood estate County Roscommon the property of Miss Nolan has come to a peaceful termination the estate having been handed over to the Con gested Districts Board While an old lady named Mrs Murphy was sitting by the fireside In her home at Eyries about four miles from Berehaven she was struck dead by lightning which shattered the wall of the dwelling house Much regret is felt at the death of Patrick Ryan proprietor of Ryans Hotel Limerick Junction the deceased who was very popular with the traveling public had been for many years a member of the Board of Guardians- A verdict of found drowned was returned at an Inquest held In Athlone on the body of Patrick Poland aged thirtyseven a farmer whose body was washed ashore the morning after the recent rainfall which flooded the Shannon As a result of her clothing catch lng fire during the temporary absence of her parents Mary Hehlr aged six years the daughter of a farmer living at Renmore near Galway sustained burns to which she succumbed a few hours later at the Workhouse Hospital Three young men named Thomas Callan Martin Reilly and John Hogan all of Ballygrass parish of Tynagh were held at Ballyshrule County Galway bound to the peace for fourteen months on a charge of Illegal assembly under circum stances to cause terror to Ernest Hardy of Cranna and to In timidate him from holding Cranna farmThe repairing of the historic landmark on Vinegar Hill is being carried out and It is expected that the work of renovation will ibe soon completed It Is not Intended to alter the structural appearance of the tower In any except In the least degree consistent with the proper carrying out of the repairs The rough top will be solidified with cement and the gash in the wall re built the whole structure being then pointed with cement V iRECENTMrs Rosa L Zooller thirtythree years old died at the family res idence 1439 South Seventh street on Monday evening She is survived by her husband W E Zoeller The funeral took place from St Anns church on Thursday morning and was attended by many sorrowing friends Mrs Winnie Cavanaugh died at the family residence 24 East Four teenth street New Albany on Wednesday morning She was forty one years old and was the wife of Edward Cavanaugh The deceased was popular In Catholic circles In New Albany Her funeral took place from Holy Trinity church yesterday morning DOMINICAN NUN HOJE Sister Mary Raymond formerly known to the iworld as Miss Anna Hines passed through Louisville this IllIher first mission to the Dominican mother house at St Catherines near Springfield Ky While in the city she Dta few hours with her par ents Mr and Mrs Thomas HInes of South Sixth street MOTION PICTURES The Casino and Orpheum picture I houses tanned by cool breezes cpn Unite in high favor with pleasure seekers and draw large houses of the best people every afternoon and evening Both are presenting the latest end best moving pictures pre sented in Louisville using only first run tHmsFor next week some exceptionally fine dramatic and com edy pictures are promised and also I new illustrated songs TUNNELS FOR HAMBURG At a cost of about 2500000 the German city of Hamburg Is building twin funnels under the Rlter Elbe for vehicles and pedestrian DELICIOUS WAFPLBS Threerquartera caps flour two lafcleeppoas auger twoaada halt teaspoons baking lowiier goneguar tar teaspoon salt sift thoroughly together trite ttrtg work twothirds cup coli cooked rrice use ttp1l of QuaWtevPftmelted butter FRANK fEUR BREWING elf SNCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWI- sExcellent1 and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it Telephone 452 SENNACKERMANBREWING INCORPORATED rOUX VXLLE faY Cumb Phone West 191 Home Phone gg8 0 THB WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flaresyy Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky a TOHN E FRANK WALTERS a Clay Street Breweryzs50S 510 and 512 CLAY STREET TELEPHONE 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCO 1 INCORPORATEDUBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY r CELEBRATED CREAM BEER Y+ 1400 to 140S Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE CY FALLS CITY BREWING CO INCORPORATED Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Arc Brewing apd Bottling Beer Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Home TELEPHONES Horns 76717672 Cumb Wsst 69 SALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light FO FERRYThe High Class Family Amusement Resort FREE CONCERTS M Every Afternoon and Evening by Sing nanos Concert Band- XTRAOOOD VAUDEVILLE TwoShows Dally3 p m 830 p m DANCING Every night except Sunday Fine floor best music Admission to Park Afternoons free after 6 p m lOco Children accompa sled by parents free at all times PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSocials OutingsT- his beautiful Park has been greatly Improved and is furnished with perfect equipment throughout Societies aad parties should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing Coutracts SIMPLY CHARMING AND SO VERY CHEAP X150 MILES FOR 50 CENTS i50 On the Elegant Steamers City ofLouisville City of Cincinnati One of the above steamers leaves the Wharfboat foot ef Third street every Sunday at Jaml goes about seventy Jive miles up the beautiful Ohio where shmeets the return boat arriving home about 7 p m ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c Ilya yesra s M 141111r rcfoIc i ST XAv1EQS COLLEOEr 1Iwi rI4 Lertetekyr- da 1IJ CB THOMPSON FLORISTM1 ONLY ONE STORE Rosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 532 FOURTH AVENUE nosh Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention And satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville ndown and manage a private hospital or the care and treatment of Icsane and iplleptlc patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very teas inable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA HERCY HOSPITAL paru Aveaae + J llersonvliir la- dPIILSIKENRYAft JJI DYER AND GLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Appanl WORK GUARANTEED Phone aeas 528 Fifth Street CENTRAL FURNITURE GO Incorporated- N w Cor third tad Qreea StS We furnish the home cem plete oa easy payments WM CAtLAOHAN Mgr Salts Dept HEHRY HUNOLD B8AIXK IM S IIdflCY flC A FIR CL SAMPLE ROOM Atli ICTIf N 1 QU a ajMdkltr lhMMM n 1 SM W W