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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i AMERICANVOLU- ME IXNO 6 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 9 1902 PRICE FIVE CENTS I THE GEM CITY t i Cleanly and Beautiful Center of Manufactures and Growing Trade The Soldiers Home Churches Schools and Catholicx Institutions Prominent Irish and Gorman Catholics Active In All Public Matterst UNITY HARMONY AND PROSPERITY V Dayton is called the Gem City of Ohio aud justly so for like a veritable gem it is set most beautifully in the picturesque Miami valley one of the brightest and most fertile valleys in that section of country The visitor to Dayton is im pressed at once at the cleanliness of things Cleanliness seems to be the first law everywhere The handsome new station which is kept spotless the well paved wide streets the beautiful lawns surrounding homes both humble and pre tentious the courts and even the alleys speak loudly of cleanliness It seems to be the watchword of Daytonians and con sequently their city is noted for being one of the cleanest and best kept in the coun try The majority of visitors are sur prised at its dimensions spread out as it is over much land It counts from 95000 to 100000 inhabitants with a splendid quota of colleges and schools As a manufacturing city it is far above the average Here is the famous National Cash Register Plant called the model D factory of the world owing to the care it takes of its employes and the system it has introduced and carries on Then there is the Barney Smith Car Com pany the StillwellBorceSmithVaile Companys immense shops in which machinery is perfected and sent through out the entire civilized world besides hundreds of other manufacturing plants of all kinds To the west of the city is the Soldiers Home the Government home for disabled volunteer soldiers and in this home are cared for some 0000 of Uncle Sams veterans The home is a city in itselfwith its Governor and staff its gas and water plants its hotel and hospital its chapels and barracks its deer park and lakes its gardens and con servatories all combining to make one of the handsomest parks in the United States and one that is very interesting indeed to the scholar of history as made by those brave men who offered their lives at their countrys altar In the Soldiers Home there are some 1800 Catholic veterans For these a beautiful chapel has recently been erected and the Catholic visitor is highly edified by the devotion displayed by some of these old soldiers Visit the chapel when you may from early morning until the setting of the sun and you will always find some of these old men at their devotions Here beneath the shadow Of the cross they spend hours of the days that are bringing them closer to the day when the last bugle call shall echo over their own rest ingplace beside their comrades in the cemetery nearby Rev Dr C S Kem per is the chaplain and shepherd of this remarkable congregation of old soldiers and well does he understand their natures for he is greatly beloved and revered not only by his own flock but by all those who know him To the Irish Catholic visitor Dayton is a place where he feels proud of the achievements of his race for everywhere Irish names are prominent and what is better still the large majority of these have kept the faith of their fathers and are loyal followers of St Patrick The Ancient Order of Hibernians has three divisions with large memberships each Two Englishspeaking churches out of the seven Catholic churches in Dayton with another one just organized shows the energy and zeal of the people and their pastors In the heart of the city is the Sacred Heart church a magnificent structure of stone and surmounted by an immense copper dome to which the city points with pride Rev Charles Hickey is here the energetic pastor while his elder brother Rev William D Hickey is the popular pastor of old St Josephs on East Second street which was the second Catholic church built in Dayton Father M P Neville the energetic chap lain of the Notre Dame Convent is pro motin the interests of the new South Park church of which he has been appointed pastor This new congregation is about to move into its neck temporary church and school building with dt e shadow of the National Cash Register factory where many of its members are employedAmong the more prominent Irish names in the commercial and profes stonal life in Dayton are Judge Dennis Dwyer F J McCormick Sr and F J McCormick Jr M J Gibbons John and John P Breene Supt Gordon Jere miah Lynch Edward T Hall Christ and John Sweetman Daniel Nevins Barry and Emmet Murphy James E Cronan IAMurphy Maurice Costello Chief DC Larkin Dr D G Reilly Edward Cowan John OConnor Hugh Wall T McEatee Harry L McGrath and many othersThe German Catholics too occup- yr greatprominence audit is largely due toy C rt 9 this element of Dayton citizenship that the Catholics take such a high position in the citys welfare Among the more prominent of the German Americans in public life and who are actively working for the best interests of their religion while plying their daily avocations are R P Burkhardt Sr who is at the bead of the StampBurkhardt Chair Company and who is active itvevery movement for the benefit of the Catholic church John A Hahne City Clerk for many years and Grand Knight of the Knights of Colum bus C J Ferneding and his son Henry L Ferneding Phillip Kemper John M Kramer Phil Rotterman Joseph Feme ding Gustave Stomps Charles Butz L Butz Jr A F Thiele an energetic ybnng newspaper man Dr Schoff the Schwinds Kings Stomps Mahtts Kreidlers Goetzs Fernedings Sackste ders Buchers names which will ever be linked with the Catholic life of Dayton the history of which is interest lug and highly entertaining The St Elizabeth Hospital is one of Daytons most splendid charities Here the good Sisters of the Poor of St Francis care for the sick of all denomi nations creeds and colors as only they know how and a magnificent new 200 000 addition is about ready for furnishing The burden of this hospital falls very largely upon Catholic shoulders but is borne with the right spirit in the holy faithAnother institution which has wielded a wide influence in the promotion of education broad culture and refinement among Dayton Catholics is the Convent and Academy of the Sisters of Notre Dame These good nuns have labored long and faithfully in Dayton and their influence particularly over the women and homes of Dayton has been very wholesome and much to be de sired everywhere and as a consequence the Catholic ladies of Dayton are up and doing devoting their energies to the greater glory of God and His church The Tabernacle Society which numbers some 600 members had its inception with the sisters and is still under their supervision Many and many are the poor missions supplied with vestments altar clothes etc through the handi work and charity of the members of this society Reading circles and sodalities are under their charge and their academy Is one of the most select schools in the city of Dayton The Brothers of Mary have their mother home at Dayton besides the St MarysInstitute which has an average enrollment of 300 pupils Another thing which impresses the visitor is the unity of the Catholics of Dayton There is little if any of the race division and as in life so in death the Catholic of Dayton be he Irish German or French is pleased to sleep in one burying ground side by sidein beautiful Calvary cemetery situated on the bluffs south of the city and over looking the picturesque valley Here all the faithful who die are buried and upon the highest point a chapel is erected surmounted by a cross which stands like- a shepherd keeping watch over his sleeping flock silently waiting the call of Gabriel in the dawn of that one great day It wrs our pleasure to meet several Kentuckians who are prospering in the Gem City notably Edward Cowan who Is in charge of the leading tailoring establishment located in the Beckel House and Daniel OConnell and Louis McDarron a former well known New Albany Hibernian who have established- a large and successful dairy business thereOur visit to Dayton will always be recalled with pleasure and the memory of it will long be linked with cleanliness A city of churches and of homes of wide streets and tiny parks streets and avenues shaded with stately trees and- ornamented with flowers and shrubs the home of people who are at once cordial pleasant and withal graciously hospitable MIDSUMMER FESTIVAL The People of St Frances of Rome Making Great- Preparations The good people of St Frances of Rome parish in Clifton are working hard preparing for their midsummer festival which is to be held next Tuesday and Weduesday afternoon and night on Rev Thomas Whites beautiful lawn corner Payne and Cavewood avenue The ladies and gentlemen of the congre gation have met several times with their energetic pastor Rev Father White and arrangements which assure a pleasant time for the midsummer festival have been completed1 There will be games and amusements both days for the children who will be looked after by a special committee and at night the ladies and gentlemen in harge will see that their friends from all parts of the city are highly entertained Father Whites lawn is one of the most beautiful spots in the highlands east of the city and is reached by the East Jefferson street cars This will afford a pleasant ride and a few hours spent fit- the fresh air there and the good time to be had will not soon be forgotten though a small congregation the people ofStf Frances of Rome have always been earnest workers for all Catholic under takings and our readers can do nothing better than turn out in large umbers at this festival and show their appreciation Visitors will be received and entertained by the most charming maids and matrons of that locality who will add beauty and brilliancy to the affair Jeat miss it u of U t nL F 0 j iI f il 4f 11 RIGHT REVEREND BISHop GEO GE WILLIAM McCLOSKEY II 1 GOLDEN JUBILEE Of the ItI BishopBo Soon I Clergy V1I1 Hold a Prelim Jnary Meeting on Monday Sketch of the Prelate Who Has Presided in Louisville Many Years THE DETAILS ARE TO BE ARRANGED The clergy of the diocese of Louisville will hold a meeting on Monday August 11 to make arrangements for a fitting celebration of the fiftieth anniversary of the Right Rev Bishop McCloskeys ordination to the priesthood which event if 0100Afterclergy the laymen of the various congregations throughout the diocese will hold meetings in their respective halls Suffice it to say that when October 0 arrives a cele bration will be held that will be a credit to both priests and laymen and will cheer the Right Reverend Bishop in his declin ing years Right Rev William George McClos key whose picture appears herewith vas born in Brooklyn N Y in 1823 In young manhood he studied law intend ing to follow that profession but his conservative spiritual nature inclined him toward the nobler calling of the priest hood and he accordingly entered the Seminnary of Mount St Marys Em metsburg Md This venerable institu tion has been aptly termed the nursery of Bishops from the great number of men of exalted mind and character which it has produced After finishing his philosophical and theological studies there he was ordained October G 1852 In 1859 be was elected first President of the new college which the American hierarchy had established in the Eternal CityAmong the many noted men who studied during Dr McCloskeys minis tration was the late Right Rev Michael Corrigan who afterward became Arch bishop of New York Incidentally it might be remarked that the warmest friendship always existed between the former preceptor and his distinguished pupil which continued until the latters death During the silver jubilee celebra tion of Bishop Corrigan some years since his first thought was to have his friend our Bishop with him to participate in the festivities incident to the occasion When the saintly Bishop Layialie passed away Dr McCloakey was chosen to succeed him on May 24 1868 and a most worthy successor he has proved himself HewascoMeerated by Cardinal Relsacb The policy of the Bishop has been manysided not the least conspicu ous of its results being the raising of HtimerooB fine edifices for the glory of 0rJ i r his Master As Cesar Augustus said of himself that he found Rome made of brick and he left it of marble so can we say that as Bishop McCloskey found the churches here of wood lie has left them of enduring stone andjof beauty both withini and without pfalchlldiike winning i manners t have won for him Vnosts otr friends among the people and his impar tiality and love of fair play have endeared him to the clergy When Monsignor Sbaretta came as a member of the first apostolic delegation to this country while in this city he pronounced our Bishop to be a most perfect type of gentleman This com ing from a man who is himselfa perfect Chesterfield in manner and etiquette is a fair criterion of the estimate placed on the kind and courteous disposition of this good father and prelate His friendships are constant and his good deeds unosten- tatious When the seminary now pro jected will have been opened and placed on a solid footing the crowning work of the good Bishops life will have been completed and no doubt his happiness will be very great As the fall ape proaches and the whisperings of his jubi lee celebration are heard the tender appreciation with which the courteous Bishop is held is rippling like musical sound waves through the hearts of his people only to break out into a glorious pean of praise and thanksgiving when the day arrives OFFERS PRIZES The Plan Adopted by Trinity Council to Secure Members Trinity Council Y M I seems de ermined to pass Mackin and all others in membership but will have to make ai great effort to secure the coveted position At Monday nights meeting resolutions were adopted that a number of substantial cash prizes be offered those securing the largest number of new members Several have gone to work and are readyI in the possession of several applications This work will continue for some weeks when arrangements will be initiaitionsaudfamous One of our prominent merchants has also added a handsome prize to the number to be offered and others may follow his example Notwithstanding the intense heat there was a fine attendance Monday night and the proceedings were interesting The applications of Capt Jim Hendricks and Joseph M Bell were read and greeted with applause Communications were received and also reports for the Grand council meeting The invitation of the committee to members of Trinity to accompany them to Carrollton on Sunday was accepted a large number expressing their intention to witness the ceremonies Nothing in the way of socials or receptions will be undertaken by this council until about the first of October Archbishop Riordan of San Francisco sailed Wednesday for The Hague where he will appear before the international coon which will decide the claim of the church againstl Mexico amounting to about 11000000 roil G f t c t THE PHILIPPINES Complaints Against the Gov o nrtwnt UDJustttntix flUnauthorized Vatican and Hierarchy Iteprc sent the Catholic Church In All Matters Situation and Prospects Satis factory to Both Church and Government ARCHBISHOP IRELAND SPEAKS PLAIN Archbishop Ireland preaching Sunday morning in the Cathedral at St Paul Minn said The Apdstle Paul gives this counsel not to be more wise than it behooveth to be wise but to be wise unto sobriety and according as God hath divided to everyone the measure of faith In the mind of the apostle things most excel lent if made use of in undue measure and without proper regard to circum stances of time and place change into things perilous and hurtful And this Isi undoubtedly what is happening in the case of the fiery zeal in defense of Catholic interests which seems to be coveting an explosion at the present time among certain classes of American Catholics The interests of the church it is said are made to suffer at the hands of the Government in its newly acquired de pendencies and the call to arms iis sounded from the rostrums of Catholic societies and through the columns of Catholic papers to the perturbation of the whole Catholic body and indeed of the whole country The moment has come to say to Catholics be wise be zealous unto sobriety and according as God hath divided to every one to measure faithand such counsel I take the liberty to give to my hearers Who are they who complain and protest and call upon Catholics to be up and doing Are they those who might claim to represent the church in its general or even local interests Has the sovereign Pontiff spoken Certainly he has not complained rather has he been heard from in very different tones Have the ecclesiastical authorities in the depend encies invoked our aid In no instance have they so acted where they have been heard from as in the case of Porto Rico and of Cuba it was to tell us in plainest words that they had no grievance although from irresponsible sources it has been on several previous occasions dinned into our ears that the church was robbed hnd persecuted in both those islands Bishop Blenck of Porto Rico openly rejoices that the American flag rather than the Spanish guards his diocese and the hierarchy in Cuba are thanking God that church lnterlstswere settled by the Government qt Washington before a Cuban Parlia vanamTbeAchbiah o n 9 i gether once a year in Washington eacl one representing the whole hierarchy It can not be said they are heedless of the welfare of the church and yet they have sounded no alarm Whatever com plaints have been heard come from individual Catholics or from societies of Catholics in neither case is there warrant to represent others than the men them selves or the societies themselves who do speak Societies of Catholics are organ ized from purposes of their own usually with the intent to secure special aid or comfort to such as are members thereof Restricted to these purposes they are within their sphere and are entitled to respect To venture beyond those purposes and assume general direction of the church is quite another thing It must be remembered that there are hundreds of thousands of good and influential Catho lie laymen members of no mutual benevolent society who have commissioned no society to speak for them It must too be remembered that soldiers of the church as soldiers of an army of what ever kind whether singly or whether in companies or regiments must await the action of the commanders before they undertake to act for the whole organiza tion Be wise according as God hath divided to every one the measure of faith There are some very important matters to be considered by Catholics before grievances are proclaimed or ac tion is taken to remedy them The utmost care must previously be had to make ones self sure the grievances do exist and that they are of sufficient mag nitude to be taken hold of in a manner to awaken public attention To com plain either when there is no reason or when the reason is slight and unimportant is to weaken ones position in the presence of real or serious grievances if at any time such may exist The habit of querulousness brings inevitably the pen alty that of being passed over uncere moniously on all occasions even when now and then the matter complained of deserves attention Then too to complain needlessly Is to be guilty of injustice toward men and institutions the iniquity of the act being the more grievous as the men and the institutions that are the objects of it rise in dignity of importance The Gov ernment of the nation as few other things calls for fair treatment and reo CONTIUKD ON THIRD PAGE MACKIN BASKET PICNIC Great Preparations For a Day of Pleasure at Sugar retas IvGrovo rjMackin Council club house was thronged Tuesday night with members when President Frank Murphy assumed the chair The one great topic was the annual basket picnic which takes place Monday at Sugar GrovevReports from all sides showed the young men are doing everything in their power to make the event a great social success and with anything like fair weather their hopes seem sure to be realized as people from all over the city will accompany their West End friends on this delightful trip down the Ohio This outing is given by request and the boys of Mackin are determined that all who go will have a good time as the proceeds are to be spent for entertainment A band con cert will be given on the boat and at the grove and dancing will be free The boats will leave the Portland wharf at 830 in the morning and 130 in the afternoon both stopping at New Albany Messrs James Shelley Charles Raidy Will Shaughnessy Fred Herp and Hugh Higgins have this event in charge and they have done their work well An interesting report was made show ing what each council had done for the ward in St Anthonys Hospital and also by the committee arranging for the entertainment of delegates and visitors to the Grand Council convention The principal features will be the moonlight excursion and concert up the river and a banquet at the Willard Hotel Besides this Mackin Satolli and Trinity will keep open house for three days The Visiting Committee reported Steve Gathof Theodore Ferg and Henry Gott brath still ill but improving All claims were allowed and the taxes on the club house and lot were ordered paid Quite an ovation was tendered Mr Al Kolb who responded with a short but happy speech Brief addresses were aso made by DrAlphonseBlzot Hugh Hig gins and V B Smith and President Murphy seemed greatly pleased with their oratory and timely suggestions Grand Secretary Lautz was present and urged the members of Mackin to accom pany the officers on the trip to Carrollton on Sunday He stated that the boat would leave at 730 in the morning and return at 10 oclock at nig- htifsOCTOBER WEDDING The announcement is made of the engagement of Miss Flora Annetta Menne the accomplished daughter of Mr Prank A Menne and Mr Charles L Evans of Nashville Tenn The marriage will occur October 2 and will in all probability be a brilliant affair all parties being prominent and popular Mr Frank Menne the father of the prospective bride aside from his business has a host of friends being himself a graduate of St Xaviers College in which institution he has always taken warm interest and a deserved pride Hid bright young daughter will have the best wishes of a vast number of friends to accompany her when her ship sails away odJ the see of matrimony I e l CONFIDENCE Expressed In President Roose volt by the National Oath olio Federation Sympathy and Support Pledged Friars in Securing Justice Dr J W Fowler Elected a Member of tho Execu tive Board MBEHAN ON IMPORTANT COMMITTEE The convention of the National Fed eration of Catholic Societies at Chicago this week surpassed all expectations in point of members in attendance as well as the amount of business transacted The programme as previously outlined in these columns was carried out to the letter Many Bishops and priests took active part in the deliberations which were characterized by a spirit of harmony and conservation that was very gratifying The political bugaboo that the timid feared might develop has been settled for keeps and those Innocents are now prepared for work The delegates from Kentucky were prominent in the convention especially Messrs H A Vonderheide of St Martins Dr J W Fowler Will T Meehan Eugene Cooney John J Crotty Judge Shine John J Barrett Thomas Henley and Harry Crotty the first three being placed on the most important com mittees We are also pleased to state that Dr Fowler and Nicholas Gonner received the unanimous vote of the con vention for members of the Board ofIDirectors the election of officers result ing as follow- sPresidentT B Minahan Columbus First Vice PresidentLouis W Kauff man New York Second Vice President F B Kierce San Francisco Third Vice PresidentDaniel Duffy PennsylvaniaSecretaryAnthony F Matre Cincin natlTreasurtrH J Fries Erie MarshalChris OBrien Chicago Bjaard ofiDirectorsMP Mooney Ohio Nicholas Conner Iowa J H Riordan Indiana Thomas Cannon Chicago Dr J W Fowler Kentucky F P Immekus Pennsylvania D P Galvin Vermont The Philippine question was disposed of to the satisfaction of all by the adoption of resolutions expressing confidence in President Roosevelt pledging the friars support in securing justice and ilso commending their past work and approval of the advance made in the Taft negotiations Other resolutions regretted the present circumstances surrounding the Indian schools and pledged active and moral support in remedying the conditions The establishment of Catholic High r Schools wherever practicable was advocated Sympathy was expressed for the Catholics of France in their present + troubles and suitable recognition was taken of the deaths of Archbishops Feehan and Corrigan Atlantic City was chosen as the meet ingplace of the convention in the third week of July 1903 MOTHER MARY WILLIAM Will Celebrate Her Silver Jubilee at Sacred Heart Home This year seems to be one of jubilees and the friends of the Sisters of Mercy ere receiving cards announcing that on Monday August 18 at the Sacred Heart c Home on College street near Brook will be celebrated the silver jubilee of Mother Mary William head of that house Mother Mary William who is the niece of Bishop Hogan of Kansas was formerly Superior of the old St Catherines Acamedy on Second street but when the Sacred Heart Home a boardtng home for ladies was established she was transferred there Solemn high mass will be celebrated on Monday morning and many will by special invitation be present Feasting and enjoyment will be the feature of the remainder of the day and Mother Mary William will re ceive many congratulations and good + wishes for many happy returns of the day FEAST OP ST DOMINIC Next Sunday the feast of St Dominic which occurred last Monday will be celebrated with due solemnity by the Dominican fathers at St Louis Bertrands church Sixth and Oak At the celebra tion of the feast day of the founder of this order the custom has always been and is still adhered to of having a Franciscan to say the mass This is recipro rated on St Francis day a Dominican going to St Boniface church A noted Jesuit the Rev Thomas Nolan of Cin cinnati will be here to deliver the sermon of the day The choir will be augmented by extra singers making the music a special feature Sunday morn Ing at 1030 should find this large church crowded to honor the feast day of eo great and good a man i 0a KENTUOKV IRISH A RICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN unnuxuunaanunat Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Atnerlcatta KTILZd1U XMC XXXGGTTCS publlber SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINPLE COPY gc Hntored at the Lonlsville Postofflce as SecondClass Motto ddreta all Cotuw nlcaUonl to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Oreea Street I CTRADESIPNIONICOUNCILj LOUISVILLE KySATURDAy AUGUST 9 1902 THREE QUEER CHURCHES It is no wonder nonCatholics have queer ideas of the Catholic church priests and people when such articles as that of I S B are given prominent position as in last Sundays CourierJournal I S B seems to have discovered something that Catholic churches in Louisville are open every day in the year Well Catholic churches the world over are open every day in the year I S B gives the number of Romanists that the Star Spangled Banner waves over at 17000000 If Roman Catholics thearecensus and other authoritative re portsOf the Church of the Blessed Sacrament I S B says The little edifice of the Blessed Sacra ment on Washington and Buch anan streets is in the delightful vicinity of the Point the Currie Fertilizer Company and a large lumber yard This church has had to be kept closed of late years although anyone may enter by applying at the priests house next dooron account of the devasta tion of bad small boys It pos sesses nothing df great value for it is primitive in the extreme but even in its cheap trappings it dis plays a quaint dignity The Rev pastor and the people of the Blessed Sacrament congregation like this and we are certain after such a description they will be able to find their way to and identify their church And this of St Charles Bor romeosliThe most attractive = feature of St Charles at Twenty seventh and Chestnut streets is its resident priest rather Rfaffo To find a man of his mental caliber and personal magnetism presiding over a simple frame structure absolutely devoid of beauty and a flock whom one must judge as r y largely in keeping with its place of worship is a deep lesson to ambi tious worldlings We congratulate Father Raffo on this shower of complimentary bouquets though we know he will not appreciate it As to the people of St Charles Borromeo parish I who include many of the most prominent refined and welltodo Catholics of the West End we are sure they will show their apprecia tion of the estimate placed on them by contributing to purchase I S B a leather medal But it is in describing St Michaels church and people fortunately the pastor escapesthat I S B is most interesting if net instructive One must not overlook St Michaels on Brook street between Market and Jeffer son It might be called the little foreign church as its followers are principally composed of Arabs Syrians Armenians Turks Ital ians and Poles To enter it during the week one must cross the schoolyard pass through the school rooms down a dark passageway and up a flight of steps before reaching the church itself For tunately on a recent visit to this unique spot there was no one present and the intruder had ample time for satisfying his curiosity I The first impression is one of almost painful homeliness as the eye rests on the queer curved low backed benches t the blackframed chromos on the walls and the tawdry draperies of the altar until suddenly one becomes aware of the chandelier Hanging like a bene diction and shedding a refining influence over all the cheapness i below Is one of the handsomest gilt antique chandeliers that Louis 0R ville possesses One wonders what its history is for surely it must have found its way to its present home as a gift What residence did it once adorn On what beauties of fifty years ago did it throw its soft light Did you ever St Michaels congregation iis almost entirely Irish that is we have always believed they wereand I S B must have got lost among the junk shops on East Market street and taken their keepers for St Michaels followers especially as I S B says no one was present in the church I S B gives the first intimation of a roundabout subter ranean dark passage way en trance into St Michaels church The door opens on Brook street and following ones nose the way is straight into the church Nor is there anything of painful homeli ness in it there are no queer curved lowbacked benches but pews as in other churches the black framed chromos on the walls are the representations of Christs passion commonly called Stations of the Cross and there is nothing about them to justify the descrip tion given byeI S B Tawdry draperies are never seen on the altar in any Catholic church how ever humble and in St Michaels the altar draperies are of snowy white linen and lace in no way suggestive of tawdry nor is there anything like cheapness about St Michaels church It is well kept in repair and cleanliness and its interior is beautifully frescoed at a cost of 5o by Leiber Bros whose work in St Anthonys church I S B praises I S B seems to be suspicious about where St Michaels got that handsomest gilt antique chande lier but we believe a clear title thereto might be proven Possibly I S B is mistaken about visiting St Michaels church and got into some other place At any rate the description of St Michaels church and people does not fitI S B may have a vocation in life but it is not describing Catholic churches priests and peopleSCHOOL BOOK GOUGE The school book question seems likely to be prominent in the pending campaign more prominent than the politicians suspect or de sire The fact that the public are plundered 25 to 50 per cent in the purchase of books for their children is bad enough then the fact that these books are the product of non union labor in other States has aroused the Typographical Union and the labor organizations The persistent failure of the School Board to tcke any action to correct this injustice has caused investiga tion as to the cause and some sen sational developments and expos ures not complimentary to Members of the School Board are not improbable before the November election The printers have notJJ just begun this agitation for cheaper and union printed school books They have been at it for several years and as usual strove to settle I it amicably and justly Among other things it was proposed to adopt school books to be printed inJJ Louisville and furnished at lower price than the American Company but the School Trustees decided tocc continue to patronize nonunion books printed elsewhere and cost= 1 ing the people 25 to 50 per cebtc more Why Perhaps before the campaign closes the people will be told whyand certain School Trustees will feel it incumbent to try and explain why not There is a big cat in this school book meal tub IMPROVED CONDITION As an evidence of the improved condition of the Irish people under local home rule and that these officials elected by the people fully understand and seek the public welfare the correction of evils and saving of expense by abolishing useless offices and utilizing useless institutions we give the following petition to the Governmeut adopted by the Boards of Guardians of limerick and Tipperary That the Government be called ou to devise a scheme of general amalgamation of workhouses in Ireland and at the same time to utilize the buildings for beneficial industries and factories There are 159 of these institutions in Ireland which are entirely in excess of the requirements of the poor and were largely erected between 1848 and 1852 at a time when a widespread famine raged over the country The population then was double what it presently is The com pulsory erecting of wholly unneces sary offices and appointments in workhouses generally caused ing the establishment and other charges to be a terrible and uncalled for burden on the overtaxed rate payers There seems to be general dis content among the subjects of Great Britain in the West Indies despite the concessions of the Imperial Government and the pro posed scheme of Chamberlain for closer relations with the colonies Jamaica declares the concessions and closer relations as insufficient and of no lasting good and asks freedom to trade elsewhere particularly with the United States Now Trinidad to help whose sugar planters England granted 42000 has sent a delegation to London to protest that this is inadequate and ask that they be allowed to enter into a reciprocity treaty with or become annexed to the United States and partake of the pros perity of Porto Rico t As the British Government has done noth ing for the relief of the volcano stricken people of St Vincent it is not likely they are any more loyally attached to the Mother Country than Jamaica or Trindad and may be heard from shortly in a similar refrain England has not started any too soon to draw tier colonies into closer relations it might be she has already deferred too long The responses to her propositions and efforts in this direction have certainly not been encouraging if they are not to be accepted as indi cations of failure and a disposition on the part of the colonies to kick out of instead of unite in upholding the empire Now the loyaliststhe English minority in Cape Colony who were chiefly responsible for the South African war are dissatisfied with the peace terms granted the Boers the chief of which is the pledge to establish representative home government This will give the Dutch who are in the majority control of affairs The loyalists as a wedge to break this agreement petitioned the British Government to suspendthe Constitution of Cape Colony which would abolish representative government and place the colony directly under control of the Colonial Secretary and ap pointees thus practically barring out the Dutch majority and plac ing the English minority in power This has been refused but the loyalists persist in their effort for after ousting the Dutch iin Cape Colony they seem to think it an easy matter to do 50 in the Transvaal and Orange Free State There are however a few promi nent Englishmen in South Africa honest and frank enough to warn the Government that such a breach of faith will unite the Dutch in all South Africa in a revolution to which the recent Boer war is no comparison It would seem a government whose tenure of power rests only on division of the opposition is inI uncomfortably near a crisis This seems to be the status of the Bal four Ministry in England as gleaned from the encouraging comments of the Government press on the Liberal victory in the Leeds parliamentary election On the assumption that the Liberal Lib eralUnionist Unionist Irish Nationalist Labor and Radical parties can not reach agreement on a policy for opposing the Govern ment this assurance is based not withstanding that Leeds a hitherto Conservative stonghold has elected a Liberal to Parliament by a decided majority A dissolving of Parliament and a general elec tion might prove such assurances unfounded The Irish people show that they appreciate their rights and the duties of their representatives Mr Samuel Young member of Parlia ment for East Cavan elected by the Irish Nationalists was called to account by his constituents who wanted to know why he voted against the miners eighthour bill and why he has arranged for seats in Westminister to attend King Edwards coronation when all other Irish Nationalists in Parlia ment voted for the bill and have decided not to attend the corona tion Mr Yqung does not seem to have progressed up to the new order of things for he replied that he was left free to settle all such points for himself Doubtless the Irish Nationalists will settle Mr Young when they elect a repre sentative to Parliament Over 12000 popular petitions have been filed with the French Council of State asking for the suspension of the law closingthe Sisters schools and allowing them to reopen It is not likely these petitions will be granted but they indicate the sentiment and feeling of the people more correctly than the noisy demonstrations of Social ists and anarchists insisting upon a more sweeping enforcement of the law which require the presence of the gendarmes to prevent these friends of the Republic from breaking each others heads The loyalists of Canada have done enough bragging and clamor ing for preferences in colonial matters to give the impression that it was Canada that led in aiding England in the Boer war in fact the Canadians forced the Boers to come to terms But the reports from the War Office just pub lished show that Canada furnished only 7300 men while Australia and New Zealand were represented in South Africa by 22000 It develops that the reason Lynch was again remanded on the charge of high treason was because Cloke a witness brought all the way from South Africa to prove that Lynch served with the Boers at the battle of Colenso and elsewhere picked out the wrong man when asked to identify Lynch Lynch denies that he was at any of the places where Cloke claims to have seen him Loss of memory seems to peculiarly affect British Ministers Lord Salisbury Premier and Lord Cado gan Viceroy for Ireland both resigned because of this affliction HOSTS ARE READY A Pleasant Time For Those Who Visit Carrolton Sunday Carrollton Ky will be In a state of ferment next Sunday on account of instituting a Y M I council there The steamer Sunshine has been chartered from Louisville and will leave First street at 715 am with members from Mackin Satolli and Trinity councils going up to make the initiation Seventyfive charter members are ready at Carrollton and the people of that pretty little town are ready to act the part of hosts On the trip up no stop will be made except at Madison where the members of Madison council will join the local Y M Is The local committee of arrangements is composed of Will Perry George Lautz and John J Sullivan Members from Cincinnati and Bellevue will also be at Carrollton that day and a delightful time is assured all who attend In London it is considered probable that the Earl of Dudley will succeed Earl Cadogan aaLord Lieutenant of Ireland Jl r qIk I f uun f 0GIE Miss Annabel Kelly of Bardstown is I visiting friends in the city Miss Nellie Clifford of Portland is visiting relatives at Waddy Mrs John H Sullivan and daughters of Parkland are at Doe Run Springs Miss Mayme Burke will be the next hostess of the La France Euchre Club Miss Louise Shelley of Crescent Hill visited Miss Ethel Davis at her home in Aubindale Mr t and Mrs Patrick Bannon left Thursday for a two weeks stay at Daw son Springs Miss Rita Flanagan is spending the heated term with Miss Patria Boone at New Haven Edward OBrien has returned to Leav enworth Kas after visiting friends in Jeffersonville Mrs Josie Curtin spent several days visiting her mother Mrs Cynthia Ford at New Haven Mr J J Barrett and daughter Miss Virginia went to Chicago this week to spend a few days Mrs S J Boldrick and daughter Mary Phillips and Mrs Jack Thomas are visiting in Lebanon Miss Edith Newman of the Highlands left the latter part of last week to visit friends at Bardstown Miss Mamie OSullivan and brother have returned home after three months spent in New Mexico Mrs Michael McCarthy and Miss Vic torine McCarthy are spending the heated term at Estill Springs Miss Josie Donahue is home again after a delightful visit to Mrs Dolph Troncin at Corydon Ind Miss Maggie Welch is at her home in Clifton after a pleasant visit with Miss Mary Conroy in Portland Mr and Mrs John N Rees went to North Vernon last Sunday to visit Mrs Rees mother Mrs Leahigh Mrs Kate OConnor and daughters Misses Ella and Agnes have gone to Shelby ville for a months stay Miss Mary Simpson left Wednesday for Bardstown where Miss Eleanor Simpson will join her Monday Miss Kathleen Cunningham a society favorite of the Highlands left Monday for St Louis and the Indian Territory Miss Mary ODonnell is one of a party of pretty New Albany girls spending their vacation at White Sulphur Springs Joe N Rees of the Evening Post left with the Elks for Salt Lake City He will go to San Francisco before returning Mrs Josie Bohlsen and children have returned from New Haven where they visited Mrs M Krebs mother of Mrs Bohlsen Mr and Mrs B E Jarboe will cele brate their golden wedding at their resi dence 421 East Broadway on Tuesday August 12 Miss Mary Kriger a society favorite at Lebanon was this week the guest of the Misses Burke East Chestnut street Jef fersonville Charles F Taylor the lawyer with his wife and two sons left Wednesday to spend a vacation at White Sulphur Springs Ind Miss Mary Glenn an interesting visitor from Frankfort has been spending a week with her aunt Mrs Edwin Parker 102 East Oak street Rev Father Connolly of St Brigid church is seriously ill of typhoid fever at St Anthonys Hospital Barrett avenue and Wickliffe street Miss Mary Rowland has returned to her home at Corydon after apleasant visit with Mrs John Hickey 1611 Ekin avenue New Albany Master Joe Kelly has returned to his home in Jeffersonville after spending several days with his aunt Mrs Edward Broderick 2731 Bank street Miss Laura Decoursey of 1063 Sixth street is expected home today from Elizabetbtown after a most enjoyable visit with Miss olla Jenkins Miss Josie ONeil Mrs OConnor and niece Miss Knupp have returned from a short but pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs Edward Cowan at Dayton Ohio Will Shaugbnessy and Edward Web ber well known young men of the West End left Monday for a two weeks so journ at White Sulphur Springs Miss May and Virginia Cowan arrived Tuesday from Dayton Ohio for a two weeks visit with their grandmother Mrs Nancy ONeil West Breckinridge street Mrs Lucy OConnor gave a childs party Thursday afternoon in honor of her grandchildren Miss Florence and Master Edward OConnor of India apolis I Miss Vina L Grogan will leave Mon day for Lebanon and other Kentucky towns to spend a vacation with friends aqd expects to be absent from the city for a month Miss Emily Carpenter of Bardstown who has been the guest of the Misses Semonin in Parkland was the recipient of much social attention and made many friends here Miss Margaret Constantine a popular j a D and Attractive Jeffersonville girl hag turned home after a most enjoyable reoI with Miss Nellie Fay Twentyninth Bank streets Judge Matt ODoherty and wife left Thursday for Newport News from where they will take the steamer for New York and other Eastern points They will be away three weeks Rev Father Lynch of Henderson was here this week The new pastoral residence that is being erected for him is almost finished and will be a credit to the Holy Name parish Miss Mamie Reddington of the High lands and Miss Catherine Lynch of Clifton have returned home after a de lightful two weeks visit with Mrs Thos Shively 3425 Third street aMiss Mary Cummins and Miss Mary McGinn have returned home after an enjoyable trip to New York Philadelphia and Long Island where they visited numerous friends andrelatives Rev Father Taylor who has been ill at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital and Rev Father McLaughlin who has been suffering with typhoid fever at St Josephs Infrmary are improving Emile A Bizot who arrived last week from Memphis to visit his parents in New Albany spent several days here this week as the guest of his brothers Dr Alphonse and Councilman Gus Bizot Charles White the retired contractor has returned from a ten days stay at Dawson Springs He was accompanied by Mrs James McKenna and her charming daughter Miss Margaret of Fairfield Ky Miss Celia Walsh is in Washington visiting her brother Jerry Walsh for merly of this city who holds a responsi ble position in the printing department of the navy Miss Walsh will return the last of the month Mrs Michael Doyle and son Michael Doyle Jr left here Thursday for New York and will sail from there today on a trip to England where they will be the guests of Mrs Doyles sister for about two or three months Misses Frances and Justine Falke who have been the charming guests of Mrs Michael Reichert Third avenue leave tomorrow for their home in Newport They have many friends and admirers here who rgeret their departure Miss Hannah G Malia one of the most accomplished and interesting young ladies of the southern part of the city will leave ina few days to spend the remainder of the summer with her sister Mrs P M King at Knoxville Tenn The many friends of Mr and Mrs G A Hulsewede were busy during the past week congratulating the young couple on the arrival of a little girl visitor from Babyland Both mother and daughter are as well as could be expected under the circumstances Frank G Cunningham Traveling Pas senger Agent for the Louisville Hender son St Louis road was here Monday visiting friends On Sunday he brought from the Mound City a large excursion to Louisville Franks friends were pleased to see him looking well and prosperous John W Disney of Richmond Va is here visiting the family of his uncle James Disney Thirtythird and Water He is a son of the late John Disney who was Chief of Police of Richmond and also a nephew of the lamented Father Disney of the old Sacred Heart church Last Sunday was a day of christenings in Limerick Two such events were celebrated at the homes of Officer Clar ence Borders 1508 Seventh street and John Held 1206 Zane street the receptions in honor of the little people being largely attended by friends of their parents Miss Maggie Coughlin left this week for St Louis where she will be the guest of hercousin Frank Cunningham a well known Louisville boy After a weeks stay in St Louis Miss Coughlin will leave for an extended trip to Wash ington and points of interest throughout the East James Shaughnessy a well known citi zen of Pittsburg arrived here Saturday accompanied by his son to spend several weeks with his aunt Mrs Hannah Malia 1122 Zane street During their stay they will also be entertained by John E Brown the Zanestreet grocer and Patrick Lucey who also dispense true Kentucky hospitality to visitors in that locality Miss Julia C Kelly a well known and popularyoung lady in IrishAmerican and musical circles left Tuesday at noon for Dawson Springs to spend her vaca tion and likewise visit her uncle and brother who are connected with a popu lar hotel at that beautiful summer resort Her many admirers although regretting to see her go express the hope that her visit will be a pleasant and happy one What promises to be a very cnjov able affair is the lawn party and ice cream festival to be given Wednes day August 20at the home of Mrs John Purcell 1018 East Market street for the benefit of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament which is struggling lard to reduce its debt The friends of Rev Father OSullivan and those of Mr and Mrs Purcell are cordially invited to attend and nothing will be left undone- to give a pleasant time to all Music will be in attendance A jolly party chaperoned by Mrs Mike Finegan and MrsC Babey spent last Sunday at Prospect They were served an elegant dinner at the residence of Mrs Maggie Hardin and not a small portion of the afternoon was devoted to hunting luscious watermelons which the younger element enjoyed immensely The return was made at a seasonable hour and the day was voted the most enjoyable of the Se nAmong those i IRISH 8 SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets TuesdayPresidentThomas J Dolan RogersRecordingFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank twee- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets Thursday PresidentWilliam T Meehan FordRecordingJ Sullivan Financial Secretaryohu r Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets Mondayevenings MackeyVice SullivanFinancial1 350 Nineteenth street TreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4IMeets Wednesday HennessyVice CallahanFinancial515 McGinnWestReillyTreasurerHarry DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on Tuesdayat ReillyPresidentRobert Vice President B A Coll Recording Secretary John J Devitt HoganTreasurerMichael IRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month President John J Flvnu MurphySecondRecording SecretaryJerry King Financial SecretaryThomas WalshoTreasurerThomas Keenan CaseySentinelTim ECONOMICAL BUT NOTMISfRLY Thats what you CAN and OUGHT to be Get one of these little steel safes from the KENTUCKY TITLE SAVINGS DANK at Fifth and Court Place and open a savings account It will TEACH YOU ECONOMY and not only SAVE money that youre waist ing but put it to earning compound in terest for you Open daily until 3 p m j Saturdays until 7 pm Telephone Main 64 Home Telephone 1509 BABEYS LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY 908 W JEFFERSON ST No Branch Houses or Solicitors In Louisville Mr C Babey has opened a new and complete Lace Curtain Laundry at 903 West Jefferson street where he will be glad to see his friends and customers All work called for and delivered and guaranteed firstclass Curtains laun pricesRealIrish Point Curtains 49c Nottingham Curtains 20c Muslin Curtains 20c Lace Bed Sets 40c and 50c C BABEY PROP PIIIR M NDRmI 8SONS WAGONH MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST who made the trip were Mrs Mike Fine gan Mr and Mrs C Babey Misses Nellie IIordinjMessrsJames Hardin John end Lucien Hardin A kitchen stool is a great boon to deli cate women forsitting on when washing up Cu L Cn R I = L Y IRISH AJIERIOAN RESTORA WATER CO 619 Fourth Ave Try a Glass free at Our Office Telephone Main 3382a Home 2G69 DRINK RESTORA KIDNEYS BEST is tHE ettc ftesro 7reepinq1Nt y Penmanship Shorhan an figeufritiny Y- Jee7egray7ry n wd4usulllellyaSeven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now in our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged school building in the South Visitors always welcome School open aU year Students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT President JOHN IC FRAN1 F ALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY I RfAGANS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Wines fuSPECIAL Cigars Best Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up Tel 5132 BIG FOUR ROUTE T- OIndianapolis Peoria CHICAGO AND AM POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 259 Fourth Ave S J QATBJS General Agent Louisville Ky WARREN J LYNCH G P A WM P DEPPE A G P A CINCINNATI O 60 YEARS EXPERIENCE l TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHTS tic Anyone aenalnlr a uetcII ana eecrlptlonmay r opinion tree whether aD- l etentIDift tercrolbebl pnteiitable Communlcn tlont konlatenta securlnttpatentsPatentstptcl4l notice without charge In tike Scientific rita A handsomely Illnitreted weekly Tmit elr dilation of any sclentlflo Journal Tcrmi 13 a earl tour months JL Sold br all UyOt CO361Sroadaar N waDeDe crane Office 62S V Bt Washington D C JOHN SULLIVAN SEL- LSKINDLING WOOD SAWDUST AND SHAVINGS Telephone 1863a South 5550 CALIFORNIA AND RETURN 5550 KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS SPECIAL TRAIN The Monon route will sell round trip tickets from Louisville to San Francisco and Los Angeles and return on July 28 and 29 and from August 1 to 10 inclusive at 5560 being less than the normal rate one way good returning until Sep tember 30 A special through train of standard and tourist sleepers and day coaches will be run for the Kentucky Knights of Pythas Brigade and friends leaving Louisville Tuesday August 5 Stops will be made at points of interest in the Rockies and elsewhere at which the trains will lay over for occupancy at night Perfect arrangement for the most IllustratedD P A Monon route Louisville Ky GRAND OUT OP TOWN EXCURSION Big Pour Route Sunday August 10 to points in Indiana Gas Belt Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at 7 oclock a m Returning train ar rives at Louisville at 1140 p mEx tremely low round trip rates an follows Rushville 1 Knightstowri 1 Ander eon 126 Alexandria 125 Marion 159 Tickets on sale at city office 259 Fourth avenue and at the Seventhstreet dpotI31 Gates General Agetjt I n FOR THE IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Denis Kilbride exMember of Parliament and J A Sullivan were served with a summons under the coercionact- to be tried at Templemore on August 6 The charge is one of criminal conspiracy- A youth named Robert McMullan was cycling along the Broughshane road near Ballymena County Antrim when he came into collision with a tea van One of the shafts entered his chest and he was killed James C Kennedy of Newtown House Ferry Point Youghal has been appointed by the Lord Chancellor to the Commission of the Peace for the County of Waterford He was sworn in at Dungar van on Saturdays The death is announced of the Rev Hugh Glseson Kilmacduane in West Clare after a lingering illness The deceased was highly esteemed by all classes in the county and his death regretted exceedingly Sentences of two months imprison ment without hard labor were passed on the President ojid Secretary of the Col looney branch of the United Irish League for intimidation Notice of appeal was given and the accused were released on bailJohn Fitzgibbon of Castlerca and Pat Webb of Loughglynn were released from Sligo jail after a period of four months imprisonment In connection with the struggle on the De Freyue estate They were welcomed home with great enthusiasm- On Sunday morning a respectable farmers wife named Mrs Fitzgihbon of Caberlane Abbeyfeale having performed some domestic duties was preparing to attend mass when she was taken sud denly ill and died shortly afterwards Deceased was much regretted in the districtConsiderable sensation has been caused in Belfast owing to the mysterious dis appearance from the art gallery there of a quantity of valuable jewelry and other exhibits lent by the South Kensington Museum authorities The police are stated to be in possession of a clew and are hopeful of recovering the missing articles The convention of the United Irish League Executives of County Cork was held in the County Court House Cork and was addressed by Messrs John Redmond William OBrien and a large number of other speakers The County High Sheriff tried to evict the conven tion from the court house but as the police authorities had no instructions he retired discomfited We deeply regret to announce the death at Lisdoonvarna of Mrs Anderson wife of William Anderson J P Glen avon Gentle kindly charitable esti niable in al the relations of life Mrs Andersons death will be long deplored by all who knew her and no ordinary measure of sympathy will be extended to her husband and family in the great sor row which has come upon them Late on Saturday night the shafts were cut off a common cart the property of a man named Jeremiah MMahon Bally mullen Tralee A claim for compensa tion will be made The alleged malicious injury is attributed to a dispute about a field formerly in the possession of Thomas Kelliber but now occupied by Patrick Murphy builder and on which MMahon was about to build also Edward Barry member of Parliament for South Cork has addressed a letter to the Cork Examiner in response to the whip tb Irish members that he cant attend and purposes to take an early opportunity of resigning his place so that the party led by Redmond may have an opportunity of selecting a representa tive who without interfering with his business may be able to do justice to the constituents of his division In the case of Fenton vs HcIIugb which is an action by the Crown Solicitor of Sligo against McHugh M P to recover damages for alleged libel and conspiracy the Court of Appeal consist Ing of the Master of the Rolls and Lord Justice Fitzgibbon dismissed with costs the defendants appeal against an order of Justice Boyd iu the Kings bench division upholding the plaintiffs selec tion of Belfast as the place of vtrial The feast of the Most Rev Dr ONeill Lord Bishop of Dromore was celebrated in Warrenpoint in the heartiest possible manner A surprise programme of high lordships by St Peters choir under the direction of Miss Campbell In the afternoon a leis M ith celebration WM given In Qf IRISH FIELD DAY AI FERN GROVE AUGUST 24TO BE GIVEN BY THE ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS Suitable Prizes Will be Awarded in the Following Events handicapTwohundredyardsr yearsStandingyearsPuttingTICKETS FOR ROUND TRIP TWENTYFIVE CENTS Boats will leave foot of First street at 930 a m i and 130 p m the convent school which was very much enjoyed by his lordship and the large number of visitors present the entertain ment being as the Lord Bishop remarked sufficiently Irish in tone to satify the most extreme Gael A sad fatality occurred at Healys bridge station on the Cork and Mus kerry line It appears that whilst the sta tionmaster John Manley of Kerry Pike was accompanying the train along the platform on the ledge of one of the carriages he suddenly slipped and fell under the carriages The accident was not noticed in time to have the train stoppedand the carriage passed over the unfortunate man tearing his legs in a shocking manner The unfortunate man was conveyed with all possible haste to the city On arrival at the infirmary Manley was attended to by the house surgeon and resident medical staff but their efforts wire in vain and he died a few hours after admission- It has been decided by the committee to close the collection for the Hayden testimonial The testimonial was pro moted as a protest against the recent im prisonment of John P Hayden M P for addressing his constituents on the De Freyne estate and against the resurrec tion of the coercion act generally The testimonial wis confined to Haydens Parliamentary constituency of South Roscommon and to the district of South Westmeath and the town of Mullingar with which the honorable member is intimately identified The response has been most satisfactory and the pre sentation will be made publicly on the occasion of a great National demonstra tion which it is intended tto hold shoftly thereThe promotion of the Rev W B ODonnell to the pastoral charge of St Patricks and that of Father Tom Furlong to the Administratorship of the Cathedral have been productive of the most intense satisfaction in Waterford Father ODounell is a true type of the Irish soggarth and a fine specimen of Tipperary manhood Sixteen years have come and gone since he was appointed administrator at the Cathedral and in thaLtime he has rendered legion services to Gods church His sturdy denuncia tion of the OHara slanders and his expose of the No Papist need apply policy of the Great Southern Railway Company will never be forgotten by the Catholics and Nationalists of the south Father Furlong comes ofa good old Waterford family As a boy he was the friendand schoolmate of many of the leading merchants and public men of the city To his efficient Care has been relegated for years past the destinies of the Catholic Young Mens Society and the Temperance Hall and the success of both societies is due almost wholly to his fostering care unremitting attention and zeal ELIGIBLE BACHELORS No one can deny that the popularity of Mr James Morrison has increased 95 per cent among the charming widows of his parish since the handsome new brick store and residence going uf at Seventh and York streets was commenced four weeks ago Messrs Joe and Fred Leezer the clever young builders ot Center and Walnut streets took the matter in hand sometime ago with the result that within a short time there will be not only one but several elegant brick houses put up some facing York and two fronting on Seventh street It is inconceivable that these eligible and worthy bachelors that are found in the different parishes should be allowed to go scot free all these years when smiles a plenty and snares not a few could do the Rood that only good could do READY FOR TILE GAME The lineup of the young men who will represent Division 4 in the field day ball game is as follows Martin Grogan catcher Mal Shaughnessy pitcher John Barry first base Will Hennessy second base James Langan short stop John Grogan Captain and third base Joseph Meixsel right field Thomas Langan center field Nick Smith left field and Joseph Hanrahan and Paul Sobnell sub stitutes UNION PICNIC Everything progresses nicely toward the grand union picnic of the Catholic Knights of America at Phoenix Hill Park on Monday August 18 Arrangements have been completed for tile entertain went and amusement of 10000 people and besides two beads of music have been engaged The Central Committee met Friday night too late for our report for this weeks issue 4- n It THE PHILIPPINES CONTINUED PROM FIRST PACK spect on the part of citizens Public attacks upon it overt sqspiciousnesss of its acts and motives beget disloyalty and lower among the people civic virtue the life blood of national life and security Catholics have in the past suffered much from calumny and distrust and in their defense their appeal has been to fair play and to honest judgment Of the equit able treatment which they claim for themselves and their religious faith from their fellow citizens and for the country let them in their turn be high exemplars in their own dealings with their fellow citizens and with the country Most cautious at all times must Catho lics In America be not to stir up latent prejudice and smothered animosities of which as experience teaches there is no small share here and there in the community and which but little provocation is needed to fan into fire and flame Better often it isto endure some suffering than to give a pretext for oppo sition and social turmoil Nothing is to be more dreaded In America than hatred and warring among citizens in the name of religion and it behooves all classes of the population to do their utmost to nurture and maintain peace and bar mony it behooves Catholics even more than others to be models pf prudence and good will in this regard The simplest approach among them to form a political party on the basis of religious interests would be fatal to those interests and fatal to public pel1cejItJs jquite tipsy for a few to kindle a fire which will threaten ravage toa whole community and which a whole community will find it an arduous task to extinguish Nor is public agitation necessary in America to redress grievances if grievances do exist whether such grievances have origin as is more often the case from mere inadvertence or as it more rarely happens from malice aforethought on the part pf individual officials of the Government I say it advisedly and I am prepared to stand by what I here say there is always redress from grievances so far as circumstances may allow if it is sought through quiet and reasonable methods from the high representatives of the Government Let justice be done to America in no other country is a Gov ernment so fairminded so impartial so willing to treat all classes ot citizens with absolute justice as that with which we are blessed in America And let Catholics be careful lest by imprudent agitation and repeated mistrust of the Government America they instill into the minds of many of their fellow citizens the notion that as Catho lics they are disposed toform themselves into a people apart ever dissatisfied with America and its institutions ever ready to complain ever anxious to find a plea upon which to rest their murmuring The Catholic body will never prosper in America unless it be thoroughly imbued with the spirit of the country and with a deep love for its welfare To be one with the country is the lesson which Pope Leo is ceaselessly teaching Catho lics in every country it is the lesson which I am confident he would wish Catholics in America to take to heart and to practice even were there in so doing some sacrifice to be made As to matters in the Philippine Islands we can not discuss them They are for the time put beyond our reach since they are the subject of negotiations between the Gov ernment of America and the Sovereign Pontiff To take at the present such matters into our own hands would be to mistrust the wisdom and good will of the Sovereign Pontiff and of this loyal Cath olics should not be capable It would be to treat with discourteous ingratitude the Administration in Washington and this true Americans Catholics will not permit themselves to do The logic of the situation in presence of strange complications for church and State arising from a change of sover eighty in the Philippine Islands pointed to a mutual conference between the head of the church and a representative of the State as the proper and dignified way to a final and peaceful solution Leo XIII saw this Theodore Roosevelt saw this Leo took the initiative proposed the conference and asked the Government to expose frankly and thoroughly its views the President and bid advisers accepted the proposal What wore could have been done by the Administration to prove its good will and sense of justice If the Administration Lad refused to ndarepretinliHvfo Rome yerily what clamorings there would have been and now when it has sent a representative to Rome and agrees to the further I n i proposal of the Vatican to transfer negotiations to Manila clamorings are still raised Well some people are born to clamor and privilege to clamor must be allowed to them Be it so but we shall insist that they clamor in their name and not in the name of the church in America and for our own part we shall hold our souls in peace leaving church interests in the Philippines to one who understands them at least as well as we do and who will be as wise in disposing of them as we could well hope to beLeo XIII NOT SETTLED YET The IrishAmerican Society May Adopt Insurance Feature A new feature that is being considered by the IrishAmerican Society is the insurance of its members A very feas ible plan was submitted at a well attended meeting Thursday night and when the complete report on reorganization is submitted final action will be taken The officers and members seem deter mined to make this a great society and if the IrishAmericans do not show suf ficient interest those who have worked so faithfully for the past four years will vote to wind up its affairs Plans for the reorganization are being prepared by Joe Byrne Thomas Walsh W M Murphy Denny Heffernan Capt Mike Lawler Jerry King Will Lawler and President Johq Flynn The next meeting takes place August 21 If the reorganization plan is not adopted the members will be invited to form a division and affiliate with the Ancient Order of Hibernians BRUNN JEWELRY HOUSE Ben Brunn a well known and experi enced young jeweler well known to the trade and popular with all classes of our citizens has opened a new jewelry store at 506 Wesfjefferson street with a complete line of diamonds watches clocks and jewelry Here he will be pleased to meet his old patrons and show them all the latest novelties and society charms and pins Ben is all right never misrepresenting any article shown and this entitles him to liberal patronage as well as success LONG WESTERN TRIP Misses Maggie and Sallie Hannon and Mrs A M Gallagher left last Sunday for an extended Western trip They will spend six weeks at Omaha as the guest of Dr W J McCrann formerly of this city and will also visit Denver Colorado Springs and Pikes Peak ADORNS THE UNIFORM Officer John Welch appointed on the police force this month is out in a hand some new uniform and is conceded to be one of the best looking men in the Seventh district He will make a good officer Before his appointment he was with J B Speed Co HINTS ON STYLE Ostrich plumes will be the hat trim ming of the winter season and it is now the mode to wear white plumes shading off at the tip into some tint that appears in the costume Worked eyelet holes are much in evidence on the new wool gowns and one white cloth model shows all the skirt seams thejsleevelseams and certain bodice seams laced throughout their entire length with silk cord through worked eyelet holes Byron collars have made a hit in Paris and are worn by the smartest women In fine lawn embroidered by hand they are especially dainty but one sees too the collars of stiff linen There is no doubt about the comfort of the innovation but there is as little doubt that the collar is unbecoming to the average woman iTbe elbow sleeve will be seen upon elaborate gowns this winter andwomen must reconcile themselves to extrava gance in gloves The newest fancy in smart gloves is the nouveau art button and Raty the famous medalist is Dusk ing himself more famous by designing the most beautiful of glove buttons The turnover collars of colored linen or of white embroidered in color have fallen from grace and very fine white collars or cravats handworked are the cravatJwitht let silk ringpatterned in black and white is the rule with the morning frock blouse in Paris orII t n 4- n I 1I 0- r RESTORA WATER I SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma to CHICAGOON THE e ryl tfD I 1pIlMUeIISG oCI51111t R4I1W4Y r In an PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON AgentLouisville FRANK J AgentCManagerWH HENRY CI LAUER rE EFHONE 1140 Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 407 JEFFERSON ST I 428 and 430 Branch House 905 West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeheral- News Notes Divisions 1 and 4 will hold important meetings next week Division 3 is enjoying an era of pros perity All the members are employed and none on the sick list Chairman Pat Sullivan will be soon ready to announce the list of prizes for the Irish field day games They will be many and valuable The Music Committee announces that Scallys band of fifteen men has been se cured to furnish the music for the field day exercises Tom will arrange a sure enough Irish programme Will T Meehan of Division 2 and Pat Welsh of Division 3 represented the Kentucky Hibernians at the Catholic Federation convention at Chicago The first named was also the special repre sentative of the Kentucky Irish American Capt Hugh Higgins assured the mem bers of Division 3 Monday night that the team being organized for the base ball contest with that of Division 4 on the field day would be a cracka jack and the boys from Limerick would have to hustle if they hoped to win J David Enright of Syracuse brother of the late Patrick J Enright has been appointed State Secretary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians to fill the unexpired term of his brother He will serve until the State convention to be held in Sara toga in September when the vacancy will be filled by an election Six priests attended the Denver con vention as delegates The most promi nent among them was Father Yorke of San Francisco Father YOrke was the ablest orator upon the floor of the con vention He is a finelooking man full of genuine Irish wit and and every time he arose to address the con vention received a magnificent ovation Thomas Hogan State President of the order in Ohio was one of the brilliant young men of the recent national con ventlon Mr Hogan is not more than thirty years of age yet he has become one of the leading criminal lawyers in Ohio He amused the delegates in one of his impassionate and eloquent speeches by addressing them as Gentlemen of the jury President Mackey presided Monday night at the meeting of Division 3 which was quite largely attended There seems to be an awakening among the members of this sturdy body of men and pioneers like Michael Sheehan Pat Sullivan Timothy McCarthy Pat Nelligan Tom Noone Patrick McCue and others are giving great encouragement to the younger element The truth of the statement that every Irishman is an orator was never more clearly exemplified than in the Denver convention bf the Ancient Order of Hi bernians Every delegate was an orator wanted an opportunity to speak and rarely failed to get it Many brilliant speeches were made by brilliant men One of the most prominent was exNa tional President P J OConnor of Savannah whose effort in the nomination of James Dolan was one of the features of the convention OCon nor is a prominent lawyer in Savannah and has been a Judge of the highest court there for several years GOOD LADY OONE It is with feelings of the deepest regret that we chronicle the death of Mrs John J Score Who died at the family residence on Seventh street after an illness of only a few days Her funeral took place Monday morning from the Dominican church the requiem mass being attended by a large concourse of mourn ing friends Mrs Score was a lady of many rare andjioble traits of character and was universally loved and respected by all who knew her She leaves besides her husband two sons and five daughters to lament her loss and they have the sympathies of all in their sad bereav ment HAPPY EVENT Last Friday evening a number of the friends of Mr and Mrs Albert Arts called at their cosy home to surprise them and celebrate the third anniversary of their marriage The good housewife however was equal to the occasion and after an hour spent in receiving congratu lations the visitors were seated to an elegant feast The health of the happy couple was drank and several responses made to toasts in their honor t n n 11 t I CO 619 Fourth Ave Try a Glass Free at Our Office Telephone Main 3382a Home 2669 ELEGANT eloquence seconding FOR J33 ST OLD MKENNA WHISKY CALL UPON I I I SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN CENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm LunchkNever Run Out BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2422 ST XAVIER ST Brown Leghorns can be kept in small yard requiring about half feed of other chickens They lay about ten months in moultingPulletsmonths A few hens will supply the family with eggs Record for three years 1899 twelve hens and pullets 1233 eggs 1900 ten hens 868 eggs1901 Q2duringi t5 eggs February 61 March 161 April 206 May 181 June 1- 20IllillOIs G6lltral BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETWE- ENLouisville Memphis AND New Orleans Two Fast Trains Daily Ves tibuled Throughout and Lighted by Gas Cafe Diners Buffet library Cars SleepersFree Cars Close Connections to and from Arkansas Texas and the Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE via MEMPHIS Through Sleeper reservations from ChicaSJChlcinnati Louisville or New Orleans to Hot Spring- sExcursion Sleepers Through to California From Chicago Cincinnati or Louisville without change and at low rates anyIllinoisW J McBRIDE City Passenger Ticket Agent Fourth and Market Louisville A H Hanson 1 G P A Chicago tv Wni Alfred Kellond lil A G P A Louisville AN EDUCATIONAL OUTINO ViaIIDlg Four Route leaving Louis ville Thursday August 14 only 1030 to Niagara Pails and return Toronto and return 1160 including steamer ride downNiagara river and across beautiful Lake Ontario Thousand Islands and re turn 17 Montreal and return 2115 Stopover allowed for Lake Chautauqua UDig Four is the only direct route to Niagara Falls along the shores of Lake Erie Through highback vestibuled day coaches reclining chair cars and Pull man sleepers run through to the halls For particulars see our nearest ticket agent or write toS J Gates General Agent 259 Fourth avenue Louisville Ky f o F p r ENTUOKY I1ZISfI AMERIOAN to- E Ii ST GRAND UNION PICNIC To be Given by Central Committee of the CATHOLICI lI KN1GHT8m I OFf MMERIGRI PHENIX HILL PARK MONDAY AUGUST 18 1902 UNION BAND AND UNION OI2CIiLSTiA Admission lOCo Dancing 25C Children under twelve years of age free Bring your wives sweethearts and daugh ters to the grandest picnic of the year BASKET PICNICTO BIS GIVEN BY MACKIN COUNCIL AT Sugar Grove Monday August 11 BOATS LEAVE PORTLAND WHARF AT 8 A II AND 1 P M Tickets 25 cents sold at wharf only Union music dancing and amusements of all kinds An abundance of light refreshments will be served by the Council T J1 WATHENS mt CREAM fFACTORY CREAMERYt r AND DAERY 629 Eighth St Louisville Ky Finest Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c Peach Strawberry and Chocolate per gallon 85c Brick and Euchre Cream per gallon 100 CHAR OTTE RUSSEEldest quality all sizes 25c 35c 60c and up Individuals per dozen 60c Try them You will be pleased All kinds of Fancy Cakes made to order Capacity 1500 gallons per day Goods shipped as far as two hundred miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealers and everyday orders Long distance telephone 2144 E 1lEIlE1 Illlll 1 Ifl 1 1 MuifloonIoES1ONERSlI iX ITALIAN MARBLE 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OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY L QREAMCOMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue t JPh9 891 AL ISVIh tJ3 KAY 1 1 WINDINGW3tOf the Summer Season hat begun What remains of thin wearables will not stay on our counters long Low prices tell the tale and find in a few weeks not a vestige Goods on our shelves The next few days will IIviU interesting for you by reading the following items ofII Four Great Dress Skirt Values I 200 best quality Polka Dot Black and Blue Duck Skirts single flounce and trimmed made wide and full cworthBroadcloth Skirt the biggest bargain yet All new fall goods just in today o our regular 5 skirt We want to let you know what ve are going to do for 4weI IoLawn o collection of White Waists we formerly 98coLawn Waists beautifullyembroidered o and tucked all front and back the former 48o1 Our entire stock of Wash Silk Jap Waists a beautiful line of different 2C8iI 11- to only 198 and qM iJ BACON SONSIIBetThird and Fourth Third Fourth ood i PASSING THE HAT I 0 Reported Two Factions of Republicans Are After tho Commercial The once esteemed Commercial is in hard lines since Col R M Kelly left it At present it hardly seems tohave a leg to stand on Two factions of Republicans are trying to buy itthe Fairbanks people and the Roosevelt people Both are passing the hat At present the Roosevelt people seem to have the call Bernard Flexner ia rising young lawyer is the local repre sentative of the Roosevelt people A onllthei York millionaires are not willing t65 contribute unless some of the local Republicans cough up a little This the local Republicans are hesitating about Passing the hat for a newspaper always results in failure Too many cooks spoil the dinner and every luau who contributed a dollar would want to have a voice in the papers management Too much management is worse than none at all That is what has caused the Commercials downfall AS OTHERS SEE US Not too much credit can be given to the Kentucky Irish American for the publicity given in its columns to all Catholic Knights of America notes that it can obtain On a recent visit to the Falls City we had the pleasure of a meeting with Mr Higgins its genial publisher and found in him an affable gen tleman and a great boomer for our order Many of our brothers who are interested in the publication of newspapers could take an example from the telling work done for our order by Mr Higgins Al though not an active member he takes great pleasure in attending every social gathering of the Catholic Knights of America of which he has knowledge We have reasons to believe that his earnestness in our cause is properly ap preciated by our brothers in Louisville and vicinity Thats what Editor Joseph Berning had to say of us in the last issue of the CK- of A Journal No Catholic journal will do more for the great order than the Kentucky Irish American which is read by thousands of the Knights MEHLER HALLIGAN The friends of Edward A Mehler and Miss Lily Halligan were agreeably sur prised to hear that this popular young couple were quietly married last Thursday morning in the vestry of Holy Cross church by Rev B Cunningham only the family and a few intimate friends being aware that they had contemplated such a step Mrs Mebler is a daughter of Mr and Mrs ephHa1llgan of West Jefferson street and has always been considered one of the most popular girls in Louisville as well as one of the handsomest being a beautiful blonde Mr Mehler is a member of the lumber firm of Mehler Eckstenkernper and is a hustling young business man with lots of enterprise The happy couple left for speCialconventiontraid Lake City Mr Mehler being a prominent Elk and will visit Yellowstone Park San Francisco and Colorado Springs returning by way of Chicago arriving home about September 10 They have the beet wisluNi of their meay friends here foa happy and prosjwtoa pwrrjsd lifer M r 200 best quality Polka Dot Duck black and blue made double flounce and 98candiBroadcloth Skirt made with a full high flounce trimmed with silk and satin This skirt is worth 5 anda 0bargain at thatone of the best offered 8theyI I in different colors suchas blue i 8only1 A beautiful Wash Suit made in Mad ras cloth colors blue tan and slate This suit we sold all the season 298onlyonlyAn assortment of all our best grade Suits that we sold for 798 to 1298 8forMARKET STREETBet and BROOKE IS IRISH The Famous Bandmaster Is Justly Proud of His Lineage Thomas Preston Brooke the band master who hasmade such a great hit ntPhcenixHilOark during the last two weeks isan lr American and proud of it the late lamented Patrick Sara ILikeGilmore he was quickwittei enough to know what the great American public wants in the of music and gives what the people want Sometimes it is the classic musicmusic from the old- masters sometimes it is selections from light operas sometimes it is martial music and often very often it is the rag time of the present day Thomas Preston Brooke was born in Leavenwortb Kan a little over forty years ago His father was of English parentage but at the time of the present bandmasters birth wag an officer in the United States army Mr Brookes mother isan Irish woman She was born in Belfast Ireland seventyeight years ago She is still alive hale and hearty Her home is in Dubuque Iowa The father died while the present Thomas Preston Brooke was a small boy Young Brooke began the study olr music when he was five years old He inherited musical talent from both his father and mother who both had musical educations At ten years of age being attracted by the glitter and tinsel of a circus he ran away from home asa member of a circus band The val had just closed and the Southern people everywhere clamored for Dixie Not a man in the band knew Dixie save this ten yearold lad Thomas P Brooke The first big town they srruck was Louisville and the people made many requests for Dixie Brooke took his copy and wrote the part for each member of the band That was his first essay at arraning music for an entire band Of course he hada hard row to hoe even after that but he moved steadily onward and upward and now ranks among the leading bandmasters in AmericaHe the author of nearly 700 compositions and his marches have been stand ard music fop over twenty years Among the greatest of his marches are Gil mores Triumphal Salute to Mexico Wide Awake King of Diamonds and The Buffalo Of course it was only natural for Irish men to get together Brooke was a valued member of Gilmores band and often conducted it The late Gilmore named Brooke as his successor Brooke is a man of great personal mag netism keen foresight ability to judge the humor and mood of a vast audience and the ability to give the people what they want on short notic- eMrBrookeisastudent of astromomy as well as music and is the inventor of a telescope now being built according to his ideas The name Thomas Preston Brooke has been banded down for six generations the subject of this sketch being the fifth and his son who accompanied him the sixth Mr Charley Weber of Fhcenix Hill Park Ie trying to bring this place of amusement up to its old standard The people of Louisville will certainly encourage him as long aa he secures amuse meets df the ekes ofc Brooke sad hk ChiepBa IarlgeBar 1 tr a EASTERN KNIGHTS Embarkation Day Brought Great Number to Atlan tic City The Embarkation day reunion of the Knights of Columbus of the East which opened last Saturday at Atlantic City and closed Monday evening with a grand banquet at the Hotel Rudolf brought together the largest number or Knights and their ladies ever assembled at that great resort at one time The celebration opened Saturday evening with a grand reception and ball on the Steel Pier and was on the same elabo rate scale that has been characteristic of previous affairs On Sunday morning Pontifical high mass was celebrated for the Knights in the Church of Our Lady Star of the Sea and an eloquent sermon was preached on the event celebrated In the afternoon the Knights and their ladies were invited to attend a sacred concert At the banquet Monday even ing covers were laid for 1200 guests when addresses were delivered by dis tinguished orators of national reputation BABEYS NEW LAUNDRY 0Nothing so enhances the appearance of the home as neat and well laundered lace curtains which are the delight of the women folk This industry has as sumed quite immense proportions and to meet the growing demand Mr C Babes has opened the best equipped lace curtain laundry in the city at 008 West Jefferson street Mr Babeys long experience having been engaged in this business all his life guarantees the very best work and those who give him a call this fall will be entirely satisfied It should be remembered that he has no branch houses or solicitors in the city but will send for all orders if called by either telephone Mr Babey ia entirely trustworthy and energetic and his success means first class work and employment fora large force of deserving people We bespeak for him a trial THIS MONTHS OAEL The Gael for August makes interesting reading The halftone pictures are high class and bring backfond rscollections of the Green Isle while the story features are all that could be desired Consider able space is devoted to the Gaelic language several pages being set in the Irish type and profusely illustrated The Gael is a splendid educator and could be read with much profit byall who are descended from the Isle of Saints and Scholars It is published at 140 Nassau street New York DIVISION 4 BRAGGING Apopos of the held day games at Fern Grove August 24 members of Division 4 Ancient of Order Hibernians are bragging and willing to bet that the men from Limerick capture a majority of the events on that day and say that the ball game is a perfect cinch for them division 3 being so badly scared that their Captain Hugh Higgins wants to secure material for assistance out of Divison 1 Hon John S Rhqa was given the Democratic nomination for Congressman front the Thh1ljriitt without oppo U tionlda only opt avingwithdrawu inhla favor The Convention was held ou Wednesday at fowling Gr ea J l1m How iHJ IIAreI II 1mTI 1m If they need attention there is no better place to Iii them fixed than at t- heLouisville III ililhave IJI I Dental Parlors I 544 FOURTH ST g Right Next to Avenue Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you right REMEMBER THE PLACE I Louisville Dental Parlors C3S3E roUJ r1x ST I =g s s Louisville Military Band PAUL M MUELLER SECRETARY MUSIC FOR PARADES PICNICS AND DANCING S W COR SECOND AND MAIN STS Leave Orders Office Hours9 a m to 5 p m Homo Telephone 1663 FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY I t 1 l I Gran Ilis I I Funeral Directors ii- ii And EmbalmersM- ISS I i KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer a IICarriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 1MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET 5 1J II J1 1TELEPHONE 810II t ft4IDDDDUft IIIIE1 DUftDftnlt 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