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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i t r NtrUOJcV XRJ8H A RIOAN 1 KENTUCKY IRISH flWERlGflN HIIIIHNLHNIIHIHILH Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americana KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Haltered at the Louisville Postoff Ice as SecondClass Matter AddtetiiU COflm alcalloll1 to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qreea Sired TAAQES COUNCIL LOUISVHUS KY SATURDAY JULY 4 1903 KENTUCKY Kentucky is the greatest Stat in the Union in point of undevel- opedJ mineral wealth hospitabl people and pretty women Irish men and women have done more for the development of Ken tucky and the United States than the boasted AngloSaxon race American genius untiring en ergy and devotion to the principle of the constitution have made this the greatest country in the world The Kentucky Irish American with its present success and augu Ties of future prosperity desires toI see the wealth of Kentucky devell oped and will lend its aid thereto it wants to see more Irish men and women high in social and politica c affairs in Kentucky and the nation it wants to see America continue toI be the land of the free and the home of the brave as well as ia refuge for the down trodden and persecuted 1776 1003 One hundred and twentysever years ago today the Continenta Congress tired of petition and pro test gave up hope of redress of grievances from the Crown and openly and defiantly revolted it the declarationThat united colonies are and of right ought to be free and independent States that they an absolved from all allegiance to the British Crown and that all politi Tcal connection between them andl the State of Great Britain is andl ought to be totally dissolved And amid the thunders of war aI new nation was born A feeble weakling a waif upon the doorstep disowned by all save one France and its early ending predicted by sages and diplomats who pointed to the wreck of such free governments and the graves of such mad heroes who had presumed tc defy the power of the King And the results proved their predic tions incorrect for the Colonists wrested independence from the most powerful King established rt free government have maintained it against all outward opposition and internal dissension and the swaddling infant has grown to be the strongest wealthiest most aggressive and leading nation of the world while the path of the past century is strewn with the wrecks of the crowned heads and dynasties contemporaneous with its J birth in 1776 Many of them are histoHcaHem iniscences others are tottering to a dissolution and downfall The waif of 1776 is hale and hearty thank you neither seeks their good wishes asks their aid cares for their warnings nor fears their threats but fully satisfied as far as he has gone with his untenable form of government illogical methods of business and hurrah way ofdoinR things generally insists on their keeping bands off American soil and everything American anywhere else 1 Independent in everything the infant of 1776 though kindly disposed to all asks nothing from any power on earth He is strong active rich fully able to care for himself and all be thinks belongs to him He pursued his own way C backing up his judgment with the money or otherwise will sell all nations anything they can pay 1 for lend them all the money they can ply interest on treat them fairly and make them treat him at hit believes to be right In manu facture trade finance national and jaicrtutkxtol affairs 1fat will have q1Meeab1Y fhe aurp I fotcibly if he mustjust like oldI 76A world power 1 This waif ofr 76 hds only begun to grow at 121r years old he is only giving a hintt of what he can do what he want to bea worldbeaterand hasI broken all records of history in everything he has undertaken or been forced to undertake up to dateDespite his ignoble birth and other drawbacks which under hisI liberal government dont count for all men are born free and equal no matter where or under what conditions and are assured and protected in the fullest liberty even to voting and holding any office up to the highest independence of the individual as well as the whole people is an accomplished fact based uponI the illogical basis of free and unl versal suffrage demonstrated by iaI century of actual test the land ofi the free the home of the brave the refuge of the oppressed iisI fully exemplified the descendant I of the heroes of 76 and those ofr millions of immigrants from allI climes and races have been imbuedI with the same spirit of genuine patriotism love of country and its institutions that has overcome factionalism sectionalism dissensionI as well as the foreign foe Of whatever nationality race creed politics or condition witI liberty free as the air though atl times differing as to policy the people of this republic have proven thoroughly and above all Americans faithfully devoted unto deaflb if need be to the declaration ofr 1776 and the Government of which I it ill the corner stone With fervor enthusiasm and noise they celebrate their anniversary the world over wherever they may be as only Americans can in any manner thail pleases thema really free people who know what liberty is and how to enjoy itas their forefather interpreted and established it andI they have maintained and defendedI it as their heritage The management of the Home Telephone Company acted not only wisely but honorably with their employes deserving the confidence reposed in them and the employesI showed sense and fairness in await ing full consideration of their de mands The result an adjustment after careful investigation will tend to confidence and respect of employer and employes for each other as well as mutually bene ficial to both Employers can fully trust such employes and employes will surely labor to honestly uphold and advance the interests of such employers There are employers and employes who might greatly better their conditions by following the example of the Home Tele phone Company and its employes in settling differences It is a far more pleasant and profitable way than some of them seem to prefer It looks as if we may have a case of clash between courts and somebody go to jail in the Haldeman Evening Post case United States Judge Evans appointed a receiver who has charge of the Evening Post Now Judge Miller of the State Circuit Court has appointed- a receiver Both receivers are instructed to report next week One or the other will have to report that he can not carry out the order of his court that he has been re fused and obstructed in the discharge of his duty that the Evening Post owners would not recog nize him and the other receiver wouldnot allow him to Possess and ooutrol books and property M fderad by tIM boaorablc court o r And then what next It must end by one or the other giving way Which will it be and will anyone be sent to jail before it is settled Speculators fixing up corners sometimes run against Uncle Sam With the coining of millions of sit ver for the Philippines the bulls advanced the price of silver bullion five cents per ounce Butyout Uncle Sam wont pay it the Government of Mexico has just paid a half million Mexican dollar in the Pius Fund award for the American claimants Uncle Sam will pay the claimants in American money coin the Mexican dollars into Philippine money and save 40000 the bulls Were scheming to filch from him The silver corner is busted the price of bullion having fallen two cents in the past week Hon W Bourke Cockran is to be married it is reported but noth ling further not even the name of the bridetobe is given This appears to be a fake When a bachelor takes a notion to get mar Vied it is somewhat spontaneous and he is already married or in the midst of hasty preparations before the newspapers find itout Of course Mr Cockran may prove an exception to the rule and surprise his friends by bringing his bride with him on his return from Europe With money plenty and fireworks cheap Young America will noisily demonstrate his patriotism on the Glorious Fourth Who says the spirit of 76 is dead dying or even ennui Put a cannon cracker under him and rouse him out of his stupor Were 127 years old and as young vigorous and saucily patriotic as ever Zipl Bang Boom I HoorayI And now they speak of Sir Thomas Lipton as British but the genial Irishman can stand it Today is Young Americas day and hell not let anybody forget it 1 RECENT DEATHS rLoretfo Arnold aged five years died at I St Josephs Orphan Asylum on Tuesday Mrs Kate Horan died at the family I residence 1839 Lytle street on Monday night The funeral took place from St Patricks church at 9 oclock Wednesday morning Burne B Mulloy the ninemonthsold son of Richard and Mary Mulloy died at the family residence 1716 Anderson street last Tuesday The funeral took place Wednesday afternoon IItwas with great regret that the friends of Edward and Margaret Finley heard of the death of their fivemonthsold daugh ter Matilda S Finley which occurred at the family residence 1635 West Magazine street on Tuesday morning The sympathy of the entire community gods out to Mr and Mrs Charles J Cronan whose threeyearold daughter Mary died on Wednesday The funeral took place from the family residence 1200 Zane street Thursday afternoon Mrs Mary Whallen widow of Philip Whallen aged seventythree years died at the family residence 928 Geiger street Sunday afternoon The funeral took place from the Church of the Blessed Sacrament of which she was a devoted member at 9 oclock Tuesday Mrs Whallen leaves two sons and four daugh ters to mourn her loss Mrs Catherine Riley widow of Patrick Riley died at the family residence 3000 Bank street on Tuesday afternoon Mrs Riley formerly lived in New Albany and had many friends both In Louisville and across the river The funeral took place Thursday from Ihe Church of Our Lady in Portland Rev Father Conniff celebrating the mass of requiem Michael Donahue an aged and re spected IrishAmerican citizen diedI Wednesday afternoon at the family resi dence 932 West Oak street The deceased was the father of Detective Martin Donahue and of Mrs Wallace I Reufro The funeral took place from yesterdaymornng James OConnell one of the bestII known freight transfer men in the cltyII died at his home 1031 Sixth street onJJ Sunday morning He had been ill several months andsuffered from stomach I trouble He was a son of William OCon nell and the late Catherine O nnellII The deceased was sixtyfour years age He was a brother of John William Jr and Chris OConnell The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church at 9 oclock Tuesday morningii Mrs L Dttbourg wife ofone of Shelbyvilles popular Councilmen died early Monday morning Mrs Dubourg was fiftythree years old andwua de vout Catholic very charitable woman n Before her marriage she was Mit Mar aret Dorothy Home of Louisville She leaves A husband two daughters and one oft They are Mrs C J Sullivan Ufa Mice Dubourg and A W Dubourg i The faa ral took jiteoe from the Cttboilc dttrreist 8faU rvill WedwMdMr jnara I edlieiThatitlfIn r tWritten rot JUKeatucky frith American OLD GLORV Fling out old Glory from tower and steeple Fling it aloft lnthe blue sunny skies Let it be seen on this day by the people Streaming io freedom wherever it files I It is the emblem of splendor and power Of blessings untold and of true liberty It is our heritage ensign and dower It is the flagof the brave and the free It is the flag that our heroes have borne Through carnage and death over val ley and plain When thunder clouds lowered and when spectersCorlorn- Appeared through the lightnings that flashed in the rainI Long may it nave like the banners of heaven That gleam far away when the tempest is oer 1 Long may it Shine like the rainbows of even With promis of peace to our laudever more TIIOMAS WAISII rI ssssssfessssssssssssssa SOCIETY I James Caldwell and wife will leave for a visit to the springs next week Mrs Spalding Coleman will leave for Wequetonsiug Mich on July 9 Misses Carolyn and Mary Sullivan are visiting their uncle at Long Branch Miss Annie Bell Rihn left for St Louis FRED STRUCK AND VIVIAN MARGARET yesterday to spend a few weeks with relatives and friends Mrs Mary Sullivan of Newport Ky is visiting relatives in Jeffersonville Miss Elva Donohue of Jeffersonville is visiting relatives at Henryville Ind James Shelley will spend the glorious r Fourth with bis family at High Grove Mrs C C Laverty of Parkland iis visiting friends and relatives in Nashville Miss Alexia McCloskey is a member of a house party given by Miss VirginiaI Reynolds at Bashaw Mr and Mrs Edmund J Coleman will chaperone a party to Blackstone Mills to spend the Fourth of July Miss Elizabeth McCormick has re turned to her lame at Waddy after aI pleasant visit to relatives in this city Miss Carrie Meyers of Jeffersonvilie has been the guest of Mrs Jacob Muth of Preston street during the past week Vinnie B Smith and family will re move to the house formerly occupied by Matt J WInn and family 1923 Portland aveque Mr and Mrs George Barrett have re turned to Chicago after a pleasant visit of two weeks to jfriends and relatives in Louisville Mrs M J gnllivan has joined her husband at Rochester N Y where he is eugaged in the stock brokerage busi peasI Thomas Smithwick son of Mrs Cora Smithwick who has been attending I Notre Dame University is here to spend a few weeks witH his grandmother Miss Joaie Cassia Whallen a pretty visitor from Val ria Iowa is here to spend a couple ofweeks with her cousins the Misses Whallea and Broderick Col and MrsRM Kelly and their children Mi lLydia and Mary Ander son Kelly and Hagh Marsh Kelly have gone to Forest Ky for the heated tetra Will Hennesay will be able to resume his duties at the Louisville Nashville shops In a day 4or two haying been idle ror the past week with an injured hand Satolli Glee Cluligave its tenth annual excursion up tHe river Monday night Quite a large crowd wiw present and the nation was a ilsligUtful one in every respect i Mrs EU QtHley and her sieee lisa Jennie lgponough and grand laughter Etbd Meboaough are visiting str and MM I nwrd McDonoogh at- LogaUlpOrt Ind Joe tally of LltN arrived folic Mpatejr I a three week May ttNgrtoe Vt Yin XUMMTOItt M tMl sly pe pUssAd fen th t kit Wltk eaa lit rfbrtIMtrip III = J L STRASSEL I Cumberland Telephone Main 2138 Home Telephone 2138 I 503 and 505 Third St Louisville Ky = t FRANK A MENNE FACTORY NATIONAL CANDY COMPANYMANUFACTURERS OF EAGLE BRAND CONFECTIONS I Wenzel and Main Streets Louisville Ky 3 3xv s SKS 4 sm A AAA Miss Liuie Bench of Nineteenth and Pertland avenue who recently underwent an operation at Sts Mary and Elizabeth- Hospital is convalescing Her friend- expect to see her out in a short timeII Mrs James Shelley and children of 2640 Alford avenue are visiting Mrs 1MkS DAUGHTER Shelleys sister Mrs Waller Lloyd near High Grove Spencer county They will not return home until after the heater term Miss Maude Breslin will leave nextf week on a visit to Cleveland where she will be the guest of her brother Mr William Breslin Miss Breslin isa pretty and popular girl and will no doubt make many friends during her stay Mrs Mamie Perkins and Misses Agnesi and Katie May Whittingham all of Decatur Ala are the guests of Mrs Dave Welsh 632 Seventh street Before returning home they will visit othe friends and relatives in Louisville and vicinityAlbert Jollissant and Miss Rosa Moustj were married at Holy Trinity church New Albany Monday morning Mr Jollisant is check clerk in the New Albany freight office of the Pennsylvania lines His bride is a popular belle of New AlbanyiMiss Katie Sullivan a pretty and popular young lady of the East End who went to West Baden Springs to regain her health is rapidly improving Her many friends will be pleased to learn of her improvement She Is a sister of- Chief of Detectives WillHatu Sullivan A pretty little lady arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Frank Kippes 1515 West Madison street on Friday of last week She is so well pleased witu her surroundings that she will probably remain Mother and child are doing well and Papa Frank is receiving congratula tions over his firstbOrn John Stanton the genial head of one of the departments at Kaufman Straus Cos department store has returned to his desk after n weeks vacation Mr Stanton was for years with E B Nugent Sons until that firm passed out of ex istence He is one of the best known and most accommodating men in the local dry goods business Mr and Mrs Edward Cowell enter tamped last Thursday evening at their home 1024 Fifteenth street Among those present were Mr and Thomas Cava naugh Mr and Mrs William May Mr and Mrs George Cutry Mrs Kate Her bert Misses Kate Claire Lorena Marr Annie Cowell Messrs Frank Kelly John Ansbro Will Coyne and Will Claire Peter Curran a well known and popu rar map of Bowling Green was in Louis yule latt week as the guest of John Fahey at Ninth and Broadway He has many friends here who called on him daring his stay One of the pleasant incidents of his visit was a trip to the jew Louisville Jockey Club Park on Irith night His Louisville friends are assured a royal time when they visit him at Bowling Green Pipings end linings of cootraatinK eolof trim many of the more strictly UrikHcd silk cafe byy etltcbini t iit u yoier ol the piHd lhths s beiIlIP ea ei tiIIta 4 Q a 7 I FASHIONEDs Baslet Picnicrr GIVEN BY E MACKIN COUNCIL II- R At Sugar Grove MONDflY flUGUST 3 1903 p Tickets 25 Gents Sold only at the wharf Boats leave Portland wharf 8 a m and I p ra New Albany 115 p m Good music w AOAAVA 1l AVV ii OAVIllTlfT i tttttt ttttttftI THE PICNIC OF THE SEASON 3 FOR BENEFIT OF =r I St Pauls Re 6 GillirGil iw AT PHOENIX HILL PARK wr Tesday July SI 1903 wDinner and Refreshments Served from 12 noon until close of Picnic All 2 5= kinds of amusements for both children and adults Union Music S == Tickets 25c Children 12 Years lOc Under 8 Years Free H ETickel ZS E KingsburyCabinet = infS5 w the above can he drawn by ticket holders whether attending picnic or not 2 il11111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111111111111I1111111111111111111fS ++++ t t t H ++ + t t t Htt t t tt + t t t tt t t t t t t tt t t EAT A BRICK OF Cuscadens Ice Cream tt + tt t t t H tt t t t tt tt t tt t tt tt tt tt + + ttt4fff+t- all1 1 lalllt 8 t a t I1 ht 1 l iI fI j Muidoon IESIGNERS6 Il lI i= I ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE 3- flonuments 1 II if I IIArtistic Work Only SolIcHei Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy I I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET jjj tnIlRftHIJII4D lldIl fIi1ii1R1itElElEff li lf HDftDI 3I dJt NIHH+1 HHIl +H Itadt HJ1i11tItItlHHHHOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 23 CT Ji oJEARRETT1 i FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER I STREETIWith the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT HM I I H+iif 3 aiII I HitI l dIIF3I 3I 3I1I dlIrEIH1lIIiI- y 4 H S S 3 S S 9 SS L D BAX I J t 1 Funeral DiKnaEPHQNE sciao- GirtK FIfAllOINIIIIC 700 E CHESTNUT ST I 111 UO U u 4 I NTUOKY JR1sa AME RICAN s rvVV VV v avssr 0v- sRlldi1phBallOrj TWO STORES 234 W Market St 2353739 Wt Jefferson St BVIusUVA oAn JOSEPH NICELYA Y A Y i Fine Wines Liquors i i Cigars and Tobacco i A t I Hot Roast Served Any Old Time v t- A At Hon home4933 s E COR TWENTYSIXTH AND ROWAN 0000 Louisville Military Band PAUL M MUELLER SECRETAY MUSIC FOR PARADES PICNICS AND DANCIN- GS S W COR SECOND AND MAIN STS Orders Office Hours 9 a m to 5 p m Home Telephone 1C63 P McHUGITS Saloon and Restaurant Fine Wines Liquors Cigars and Tobacco CORNER ELEVENTH AND MAPLE STREETS t + tt + tt + + I MMMMMM+ + +t IHUH+ + MHM PARADISE SAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool 4M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR Homo Teleohotte 384 248 West Jefferson St mH H JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 1400140 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE e mSKa iUIPOllnhmmU lllw b In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL PresldN and General Manager A KRIEGER Grocery and Saloon WINES LIQUORS CIGARS Etc Home Phone 5628 2545 W MAIN ST C JSCHNEIDER L DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc r STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets Telephone 2241 STEWART BROTHERS 420 W GREEN ST CARPENTERS BUILDERS BOTH FHONBS 8047 Jobbing Work of all kinds given out personal wad prompt attention c n 11Q MYDEN MILES Oysters Fish GamePoultry FRUITS IN SEASONH- ome Phono 6O94 509 Fifth St Kentucky Market QO TO Pioneer Bottling HouseF- OR STRAIGHT WHISKIESn BiG JUG AT DOOR J P DANT913 WEST BROADWAY seer Ualon Statloa BOOKKEEPING T= agttulneapnttastnriha14ltollbstgsk 3M- oV1 nmuv mln AoeoraiAxr in reeih ATI Pipings of white with lace cuffs yok i and cellar constitute one of the moat favored trimming echemee for aibaes frocks of urge lightwJgut clthorwiling in a solid color m U j PAT DONNELLY IIFine Wines I Liquors and Cigarsx tdSSOUP DAY AND NIGHT y I W Cor 17th and Bank Sts IS HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekCeneral- News Notes Minneapolis Hibernians held their twentythird annual picnic last Sunday It was well attended and all sorts of Gaelic games were indulged in The Irish Christian Brothers have ap pealed to the Hibernians of America to assist them in raising funds for a novi tiate and training college to cost 200 J 000In Baltimore the members of the order have arranged for an Irish field day and celebration on August G One of the I main features will be the attendance of a band of Irish harpers An excursion will be run to Buffalo from Toronto and Hamilton Canada today by the Canadian Hibernians Mem bers of the order from Buffalo Hamilton and Toronto will take part in the street paradeThe picnic and Irish field day held under the auspices of the joint divisions of Onondaga county N Y was held at Long Branch near Syracuse on Friday- of last week and proved to be a uiagnifi cent success The annual Irish field day of members- of the order in Steuben county N Y will be held next Thursday In addition- to the other games there will be a game of base ball between teams from Corll lellsville and Horning- In disposing of a question that arose in Pawtucket R I National President James E Dolan decides that it is perfectly proper for members of the order individually and collectively to celebrate the anniversary of Robert Emmet Dr Joseph A Smith of Worcester MasS has been presented with a hand some goldjeweled emblem by the ladies of Auxiliary 11 Dr Smith has been drilling the ladies degree team which is now considered one of the most efficient- In the country THE ORPHANS Of St Josephs Asylum to Be I Benefited by a Picnic and Outing The St Josephs Orphan Asylum Society has decided to give a picnic and outing on the asylum grounds Crescent lull July 22 The society met at St Martins Hall last Sunday afternoon with President Frank A Geher in the chair Nearly every member was present and it was the unanimous voice of the society that determined upon this picnic This picnic and outing will not be given for the purpose ofmaking money but to call in reunion the friends of St Josephs Orphan Asylum and show them what progress the institution has made during the past year Of course it is expected that many people not members of the St Josephs Orphan Asylum Society will attend this picnic There they will see what has been done and is being done for these fatherless and motherless little ones and it may be the means of indue lug many to join the society- St Josephs Orphan Asylum Society held a second meeting Thursday night at which time a plan of procedure for the picnic was outlined Every German Catholic parish in the city was repre sented ST PHILIP NEWS PICNIC An enjoyable event will be the annual picnic given by the people of SL Philip Deris congregation at Phoenix Hill Park on the afternoon and evening of July 16 Supper will be served from 430 to 830 in the evening The young ladles of the parish will entertain their friends with a game of progressive euchre from 3 until 6 oclock p mThls euchre will be made a very attractive feature St Philip Neris people are devoted to their pastor and are Striving to makei this picnic a grand success WEDDINGS Fred Schwenker Jr and Miss Paulinei Schmidt well known young people werei marriedat St Boniface church at 8i oclock Tuesday morning After the ceremony they held a reception at 524 Eat Madison street Mr Schwenker iis engaged in tne grocery business His bride moved here from Junction City recently Gus J Bretz and Miss Emma Belle Kennedy were united in matrimony at- St Louis Bertrand church at 330 ocloc Tuesday afternoon The Very Rev Father Fowler performed the ceremony Mr and Mrs Bretz left for CincinnatiI Tuesday evening where they will spendI wite1I gin housekeeping at 719 Wet 81 Catherine street The bride iIn the pretty Mild accomplished daughter of the late 91rad Mrs MichaelKen oedy Mr tech k a popular traveling MliMun L h U Quinns Exchange I JAMES QUINN ProprietorII FilB UJi92S quors II- JJar8 aId Jobaeep S 54IHome Phone S E Cor 17th and Lytle StsJ IRISH S SOCIETYDIRECTORYA I DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanVice DolauIRecording SecretaryMark Ryan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick I 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas F WalshII DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening ofIEach MontbII President Con J Ford Vice President James Welch Recording Secretary Edward J Kel ran i t Financial SecretaryJohn T Keauey J 1335 Rogers street V i TreasurerOwenIKeirnn t DIVISION 3II Meets on the First and Third Monday I evenings of Each Mouth President John Cavanaugh I QuinnRecording f Financial SecretdryWilliam Burns 807 Twentythird street Treasurer George J Butler SergeantatArmfpat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings elff Each Month PresidentJohn ikennessy LynchRecording Financial P McGinn bib West secretJoe ReillyTreasurer DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE I Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at I Pfaus Hall I County President John Kinney President FrankHogan I LynchSecretaryJohit i TreasurerMike Kenney I Financial Secretary Thomas OIIernII Y Lt X t MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street President Frank F Murphy First Vice PresidentLouis W BornI traegerSecond Vice PresidentHugh Higgins Recording Secretary Geo F Simonis Corresponding Secretary Frank G AdamsFinancial Secretary Dan Weber 2548 St Cecilia stree- tTreasurerJoseph SteltenpoblII MarshalWllllamShaughnessy Inside SentinelRobert OsborneIOutside SentinelPat ConnonyI SMOKE and ENJOY COONEY j KENNEDYS OIGARSThey Are the Best Brands Made Monarch Gen DeWe- tIrishAmerican FLORA DE CASTILLO Finest 10 Cent Cigar Made 1SO5 W IVTcxluL Street tWritten for the Eentackj Irlifc American FERN GROVE As evuing shades their mantles threw Around sweet Fern Grove I stood upon her breezy cliffs And viewed the scenes below Those islands grand Ohios stream Fer moving without sound Ive seen from Indianas cliffs The dark and bloody ground The pyramids on Egypts plains Have withstood the frosts of time And Fern cliffs like the round towers That dot old Irelands clime Could tell some tales of days gone by That now are wrapped in gloom When the red man passed her mossy cliffs In his frail but swift canoe What strange sad stories they could tell These sentinels of time What passed beside them on that stream Since they were in their prime The frail canoe the pioneers raft The triumph of Fultons dream Dashing its waves upon the bank On its way to the great Gulf stream What scenes of mirth and pleasure They have seen in liter days The gladsome shoata of boys and girls Among the many pretty bays And Cupid too has sought herheight And therein manly pride sweetheartkClimbed FetH Groves rugged side f FINKGAN In its extreme form the new 1loose coatis s luxurious garment Even wits I simply made it tmggwts elegance Itt must be wora wi k ag airilt stunt be well cut It must be ef good material it itiMtbt work wUfc e1Okh that ItartuoQiMS with Iti n U rro NEW FIELDS For Investment of Capital Are Being Sought by Mr Moagher John Meagher one of Louisvilles most substantial IrishAmerican citizens will leave tomorrow for a prospecting tour iIn Mexico Mr Meagher with his family removed to Louisville from Frankfort several months ago While he had many friends in Louisville before he became a resident of this city he has Increased them tenfold since he made this his home Mr Meagher retired from the distilling business in Frankfort a short time ago He has funds invested In Mexico and now intends to enlarge his interests by further investments if he finds the field profitable Mr Meagher believes that he can profit by investing in an uptodate distillery and a fruit canning plant Mr Meagher will be gone a month and will visit thirteen States in the republic of Mexico INVESTITURE Of Archbishop Farley of Now York Will Take Place This Month The formal investiture of the Most Rev Archbishop Farley of New York will take place in St Patricks Cathedral on July 23 The pallium will be bestowed at a Pontifical mass His Emi nence Cardinal Gibbons will confer the insignia All of the Bishops of tits province of New York will attend and eleven Archbishops are expected to be present Bishop McQuaid of Rochester will preach the sermon Following the church ceremonies ia banquet will be given at the diocesan rectory More than 1000 guests will dine Monsignor Farrelly will arrive from Rome with the pallium peat week NEW PLACE Handsomely Furnished Has Boon Opened by Will lam Bbrgmann William Borgmann the distillers agent andwholesale and retail dealer in whis kies wines and cigars has opened a new establishment at 214 210 and 218 Seventh street and will be glad to meet his friends there Mr Borgmann was for a number of years in business at the northwest cor ner of Fifth and Green streets He has always been a thrifty and energetic busi ness man The new place he has fitted up is one of the finest in the city It iis one of those places where the patron helps himself and pays the proprietor for what he gets Mr Borgmanus place is close to Main street and about a block from the Seventh street Union depot With this location his great personal fol lowing and an admirable stock of goods Mr Borgmann ought to meet with sue cess in his new venture A buffet lunch will be open to patrons BIG BARBECUE To Be Given by the Local Butchers Union at Phoenix Hill Park The Butchers Union No 1 will give its third annual barbecue and picnic at Phoenix Hill Park on the afternoon and evening of Sunday July 10 The Com mittee on Arrangements is made up of Gottlieb Layer Peter Herberger William R Schaefer William Kurz B Zoepfel Jacob Frank and George P Conrad The main feature of the affair will be the burgoo and barbecued meats The Committee on Arrangements will have two head of cattle one dozen sheep one dozen shoats and many chickens killed and dressed for the burgoo and barbecue Charles Borhwasser and Fred E Hoertei will be the manager and assistant man ager respectively No charge will be made for the burgoo or barbecued meats A charge of twentyfive cents will be made at the park gates for the purpose of keeping out objectionable characters The Butchers Union is one of the oldest and strongest in Louisville Its picnics and outings are always delightful and every one is made to feel at home This yearevervthing has been done to make the outing more successful than ever HONORS FOR FATHER MOONEY Itie being currently rumored that willnhave an auxiliary Bishop The same rumor has it that the honor will fall to View General Mooney one of New Yorks ablest and most popular clergy men c t + p CCt 8C I me Gilds fl RoflVrs BOOK GO 1S- g having recently 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BottlersLOUISVILLE =iiff = r RICK QUINN II- I1aCAI 31J IIII f Stsfa ihn T Murphy J CANDY MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE JOBBER IN Picnic Novelties Sweet and Salted PeanutsMa- nufactureroltheli p FAMOUS USE BALL POP CORN PACKAGE HOME PltWEa63 1t iJ2 7 BROAPVA2I- J 0- l fJ Dried Tongue CornDried and Spiced Beef Etc ICY m fillt4la881nyea1uted f O ROUND TOWERS Of Ireland Their Origin am- Uses Arc Shrouded In Mystery Various Conjectures Advance by Antiquarians As to Their Ago Tradition Has It That The Vero Built Before the Christian Era MCARTHYS DESCRIPTIVE BALLAD rhe round towers of Ireland what are they Who built them When wer they built For what purpose were they intended These are questions that been asked for centuries and yet haveII never been satisfactorily answered They have been praised in song and story for centuries but no antiquarian no matte how erudite has ever been able to give Ia full and satisfactory account of their ori gin and uses Certain it is that they were built for a purpose It is also cer lain that they antedate the middle ages There are those who believe and who show reason for the faith that is in them that they antedate the Christian era The round towers are tall narrov structures tapering gradually from base to summit There are quite a number of them in Ireland and a few in Scotland Those in Ireland are in the better state of preservation In Chambers Cyclopedia we readThere can be no doubt that they an the work of Christian architects and wen built for religious purposes They seen to have been in all oases attached to the immediate neighborhood of a church or monasteryand like other early church towers an older invention than bells they served as symbols of dignity and power while they were also capable of being used as strongholds into which in times of danger the ecclesiastics and perhaps the inhabitants of the country around could retreat with their valuables After the introduction of bells they were also probably used as bell towers About 118 of these towers are yet to be seen it Ireland twenty of which are entire or nearly so Scotland possesses three simi lar towers one at Brehin one at Aber aethy and one at St Eglishay in Orkney They are usually capped bya conical roof and divided into two stories sometimes by yet existing floors of masonry though oftener the floors have been of wood Ladders were the means of com muuication from story to story There iis generally a small window on each story and four windows immediately beneath the conical roof Each of these window faces one of the four cardinal points ol the compass The door is in nearly all cases a considerable height from the groundDr Fettle is Inclined to think that a few of these remarkable structures may- bet as old as the sixth century but this remarkable antiquity is questioned bj later writers who consider it not borne out by the character of architectureal details and would assign them all to a period ranging from the ninth to the twelfth century The source when this form of tower was derived and the cause why it was so loug persisted in by the Irish architects are points which have never been cleared up Again Chambers Cyclopedia tells us Two round towers similar to the Irish type are to be seen in the yet extant plan of the monastery of St Gall in Switzer land They were built In the first half ofI the ninth century The church and owers as built at that date are no longer in existence but the towers were probably introduced in honor of the founder of the monastery who was a leader of a olouy of Irish monks who early in the ixth century carried civilization and re igion into the fastnesses of the Alps The form thus introduced became tradi ioual in West Germany where it has- been reproduced with but little modification at Worms Cathedral and elsewhere There are many learned Irish antiquarians who insist that these pillar owers as they have been called are ilder than the Christian religion They point to the fact that in architectural de tail they antedate any structures in reland There is also a tradition that these towers were built by the Druids when Ireland was inhabited by sun worshipers It is held that the windows acing the four cardinal points were used by the priests of the nation at that time to salute the sun when it rose in the morning and that they followed its ourse from window to window till It set in the evening The argument is certainly not with out reason Again we read in histories of ancient Greece that on several occasions hardy and adventurous Greek mariners long before the dawn of the Christian era journeyed to Ireland and that when they eturned home they told marvelous tales of the people there who they insisted lived close to the sun and moon and stars Other antiquarians now assert that aside from the fact ofworshiping the sun the early inhabitants of Ireland were really in an advanced state of civil lzatlonj that they excelled in those days Ini the study of astronomy and that these round towers were built as observa tries Hence it would seem reasonable that the inhabitants of Ireland had hose itably conducted their Greek visitors into their observatories and the latter ere only too willing to believe that their hOits lived close to the sun moon and starsAnd yet after all is written we know not whence came these remarkable tecimen of architecture nor what machinery WM uvul to elevate these ugeblocka of stone to dizzy heights It- Wal before the Invention of the derrick the pulley etc that they raised their mighty beads One of the prettiest and most delightful descriptive poems in the Irish language was written in the last century and addressed to the The Pillar Towers cof Ireland It is from the pen of the late D F McCarthy professor of poetry in the Catholic University of Ireland and runs thus The pillar towers of Ireland how wondrously they stand By the lakes and rushing rivers throng the valleys of our land In mystic file through the isle they 11ft their heads sublime These gray old pilfer temples these conquerors of time Beside these gray old pillars how perishing and weak The Romans archof triumph and the temple of the Greek And the gold domes of Byzantium and the pointed Gothic spires I All are gone one by one but the temples of our siresI The column with Uscapital is level with the dust And the proud halls of the mighty and the calm homes of the just For the proudest works of man as ce- taiuly but slower Pass like the grass at the sharp scythe of the mower But the grass grows again when iin majesty and mirth On the wing of the spring comes the Goddess of the earth But for man in this world no spring- tide eer returns To the labor of his hands or the ashes of his urnsl Two favorites hath Timethe pyramid of Nile And the old mystic temple of our own dear isle As the breeze oer the seas where the halcyon has its nest Thus Time oer Egypts tombs and the temples of the West The names of their founders have vat ished in the gloom Like the dry branch in the fire or the body in the tomb But today in the ray their shadows stilt they cast These temples of forgotten Godsthese relics of the past Around these walls have wandered tbe Briton and the Dane The captives of Armorica the cavaliers of Spain Phoenician and Milesian and the plundering Norman peers And the swordsmen of brave Brian nnd the chiefs of later years I low many different rites have these gray old temples known I To the mind what dreams are written iin these chronicles of stone I What terror and what error what gleam of love and truth Have flashed from these walls since the world was in its youth I Here blazed the sacred fire and when the sun was gone As a star from afar to the traveler iit shone And the warm blood of the victim have these gray old temples drunk And the death song of the Druid and the matin of the monk Here was placed the holy chalice tha held the sacred wine And the gold cross from the altar and the relics from the shrine And the mitre shining brighter with its diamonds than the East And the crozier of the Pontiff and the vestments of the priest Whore blazed the sacred fire rung out the vesper bell Where the fugitive found shelter becum the hermits cell And hope hung out its symbol to the innocent and good For the cross oer the moss of the pointed summit stood There may it stand forever while this symbol doth impart To the mind one glorious vision or one proud throb to the heart While the breast needeth rest may these gray oldtemples last Bright prophets of the future as preachers- of the pas- tSMITH DUGAN Jive People What the Want In the Job Printing- Line Smith Dugan Isa firm of practical job printers that is dally growing in popu larlty The members of the firm G E mith and Martin J Dugan are printers of long experience although they are still young and energetic They had both worked at the case and were recognized by the newspaper and job panting fraternity as capable men ten years ago but they pursued the even tenor of their way as journeymen printers until they had amassed enough of this worlds oods to enable them to begin business on their own account Seven years ago they embarked in business for themselves and att once the excellence of their workmanship and prompt attention to orders gave them prominence in the local field The usiness of the firm has grown considerably during the past seven years and they have had to make several moves to- keep up with the increased demands of trade At present they are at 334 West Main street with six presses a fine office id nearly a score of workmen in their employ ICE CREAM FESTIVAL The White Mule Outing Club will gives first grand ice creath festival at Gays Park Campbell and pulton stseets on Monday night July 3d Ludwigs union band will be ila atttBmce The Com mitt eon Arrangenwat Unmade up of J P Brannau BH Sontoo Keuaard BagotGeorie HiUktxand and Harry cManon 0nU RIGHT MOVE IrishAmericans Have Incorpo rated For Systematic Efforts Aid Will Bo Given to the Irish Agricultural Society at Homo Great Good Tins Been Aceom pushed Within a Short Time WHO THE INCORPORATORS ARE Now that a brighter day appears to be dawning for Ireland IrishAmericans are looking for the best means to help out their bretheren in the land that gave them and their ancestors birth Possibly the best and most practiced plan is that ofan organization recently formed iin New York City It is known as the Irish Industrial League of America Branches of the society are now being formed iin the Eastern States anti it is expected that the movement will spread over the entire United States and Canada The object of the new league are set forth by the or ganizers as follows To aid in the pro motion by voluntary pecuniary aid or otherwise of industrial commercial agricultural technical and artistic pur suits in Ireland to promote and develop the economic and material resources of Ireland to aid and promote the develop ment of agriculture and technical instruc thou in Ireland and in general to aid in the development and advancement of the material resources and the common in dustrial interests of Ireland to acquire improve or develop and otherwise deal iu all property real and personal in theIcity of New York or elsewhere for purpose of carrying out the beucvoleu objects of the said corporation From this one may see at a glance that its aims are laudable and desirable The new movement in America is to co operate in every possible way with the Irish Agricultural Society in Ireland in its efforts to aid the Irish farmer The head of the Irish organization is the Right Honorable Horace Plunkett who has received the moral and material sup port of many of the best Irishmen both in Ireland and America In order to start right and to system atize their efforts the American branch of the organization has been incorporates in New York Its first Board of Director is made up of Morgan J OBrien James Byrne John D Crimmins John Byrne John Quinn Vincent D Travers Hugl J Grant Richards Deeves Eugene A Philbin Thomas H Kelly John W Goff Charles W Clooue George J Gil lespie and Eugene Kelly all of Manhat tan and Thomas B Mtnaban of Columbus Ohio The latter is also President of the National Federation of Catholic SocietiesThe Industrial League of Amer ica will be wholly nonpolitical and non sectarian in character refraining from all agitation and restricting its activity to giving economic support to the Irish Agricultural Society and similar institu lions which aim at the redemption of Ireland by practical and economical meansThe questions have been asked What has the Irish Agricultural Society done in the old country Has it any follow ing These questions can be readily answesed The Irish society now has G85 subordinate societies with 69321 members It has registered 325 dairy societies 125 agricultural societies for the purchase oj seeds lad agricultural banks through which farmers are en abled to borrow money at 4 to 5 per cent interest fortyfive home industrial societies embracing woolen and linen weaving bee keeping etc The annual turnover of the society is 10000000 The organization lays claim to having achieved the following great improvements By the establishment of cooperative creameries and dairies it has placed the Irish butter at the top of the market It has improved the Irish poultry trade wonderfully and has made Irish honey a stable and profitable product It has introduced cheap credit into Ireland on a sound economic basis and has employed Irish tillage by means of experimental plots More than this it has reduced emigration by providing profitable em ployment of the people at home Now it is to aid these people at home that Irish men and Irish women are asked to lend their endeavors It should prove a popular movement and subordi pale branches should be established in every city village town and hamlet in this broad country WILLIAM J HARDY Wltoso Courago and Energy Have Made Him Prominent Iin the West End William J Hardy the grocer at 1916 ortlatrd avenue it an energetic young rishAmerican who is closely identified with the business interests of Louisville specially those of the West End Mr lardy began life as a poor boy and has worked himself into a competency by his outage and indomitable will power He has been engaged in the grocery business during the past fifteen years and has been five years at his present location Besides carrying a full line of roceriea and imported and domestic delicacies Mr Hardy has all the goods ill- tbe line of vegetables and salt and fresh meats carried bYliny grocery in the city He is well known and well liked in hit Humanity aut in buiaeee circlet his itegrity ia generator recognized J X1411411414114 tttttttttttttttttttttttw w ww F B HORSTMANIw y= DEALER IN wwjGroceriesjjS- H ALSO 3 jSj = found in a firstclass house =w ww gAll the Leading Brands of Wines and Liquors M e Also Imported and Domestic Cigars SMr wOR FIFTH AND GREEN + il111111111111111111111111111 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change from Chicago Indianapolis Cincin noti and Louisville to Jacksonville and Str Augustine VIA Southern Railway and V QueennCrescent Routers These trains are the finest and fastest in the South and carry dining cars obser vation cars drawingroom sleepers com partment cars and club cars For hand somely illustrated literature descriptive of Florida and Cuban resorts folders etc addrese any agent of the Southern Rail ore C Stewart Tray Pass Agent Lexington C H Hungerford Dist 11188 Agent ouilvi11ejGB Allen AsM Genll Gaee Agent St LOUIS H B Spencer len 1 J4au1er St Loins o a 0 HOUSES RENTED AND RENTS COLLECTED N II mRICKERTR- eal Estate Agent Both Phones5lD 355 FIFTH STREET WINES UQUOAS1CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 l01930 oclock 442 AV GlItI3 EN ST H EGNER Qroeeries tneatsaldV PROMPT DELIVERY OF ALL ORDERS 16th and Madison Sts CATHOLICITY Is Making Favorable Progress I in the Beautiful City of Louisville Church Societies Are Increas ing Membership and I UsefuJllcssI I I Charity Patriotism und Faith the Principles on VhlchII They Build I PROGRESS DURING THE PAST YEARII I What progress is the Catholic church making in Kentucky Is it going forward I or is it losing ground The best i way to answer that question is to review for a few minutes the work done byI Catholic societies in the city of Louis ville during the past year A healthy growing working Catholic society is a sure sign of progress in any community Surely then Louisville is to be congrat ulated when she has such societies asI the St Vincent de Paul the Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute Knighs of Columbus Knights of St John Catholic Knights of America and Catholic Knights and Ladies of America All of these societies are flourishing Each and every one has made additions to its ranks during the past and the work done by these various societies will compare favorably with that done by similar organizations in our larger cities The St Vincent de Paul Society has conferences in more than half the parishes and during the past twelve months several new conferences have been established The members of this organization are doing a noble work among the poor and its membership is constantly growing It suffered a severe blow several months ago in the loss of its Spiritual Director the late Monsignor Bouchet but the Rev Father P M J Rock has been appointed to succeed him and is carrying on the good work val jantly and ably Another noble Catholic organization that has made great gains is the Ancient Order of Hibernians There are four divisions of the order in Louisville and during the past year the aggregate mem bership has been increased twentyfive per cent and hundreds of dollars have been paid out in sick and death benefits Its members are true to motto Unity Friendship and True Christian Charity The Ancient Order of Hibernians has done great work in engendering a friendly feeling among men of Irish birth and parentage and now it is plan ning to extend its scope by organizing a Ladies Auxiliary Moreover its members have ever been loyal supporters of the Kentucky Irish American The Young Mens Institute is another Catholic society that has made great progress in Louisville during the past year Three councils of the order flour ish in this city Satolli Mackin and Trinity The Young Mens Institute was organized for the purpose of keeping our Catholic young men together to give them proper forms of amusement and to aid in keeping them true to the principles of our holy religion During the past twelve months these three councils have increased their membership 20 per cent Besides they have witnessed the first exemplification of the new ritual of the order This new ritual is largely tlie work of Kentuckians Rev Father I N Aumann of Carrollton Grand Chaplain oZ the Kentucky jurisdiction and Grand Secretary George Lautz did most of the work in drafting the ritual Father Ahmann wrote the work and Secretary Lautz selected and organized the degree team from the many bright young men in the Louisville councils It is almost certain that the new ritual written by the Kentucklans will be adopted by the Supreme Council The Knights of Columbus is another Catholic society which is constantly growing into favor in Louisville It is made up of a splendid class of Catholic citizens many of its members being well off in this worlds goods Many of our ablest lawyers doctors merchants man facturers architects and engineers are on the rolls of the Caseys as they are sometimes called Two initiations have been held during the past year and each time a class of more than fifty were ad mitted to membership Besides they have thSe pib never surpassed a LouUville The Knights of St John formerly knows M the Roman Knlglit contimw r to flourish in this city Seven branches l i of this admirable society are established in Louisville while Jeffersonville and I closelyaffiliatedIn all nine companies form a regiment of handsomely uniformed and well equipped Knights They are commanded by Col Joseph Betz The Catholic Knights of America is one of the oldest Catholic organizations in the city Their province is to care for the widows and orphans A few years ago the Central Committee was formed It was made up of representative men from the various branches of the Catholic Knights of America in the three Palls Cities Michael Reichert is the presid ing officer of this Central Committee and under his able management every branch is making satisfactory gains in membership At the last meeting of the Supreme Council held in St Louis none received a greater share of attention than did Kentuckys delegates Michael Reich ert and Joseph P McGinn At the close of the meeting the latter was elected Supreme Trustee Both received univer sal commendation for their work in cur tailing the expenses of the society and suggesting econiic measures thatsaved a great deal of money to the Supreme CouncilThe Catholic Knights and Ladles of America is a kindred institution to the Catholic Knights of America Both are beneficialsocieties which pay insurance in case of death The Knights acd Ladies have twentyone branches in this and our two neighboring cities and Miss Mary Sheridan the Supreme Treasurer anti Dr W B Doherty Supreme Medi cal Examiner report the order constantly growing St Patricks branch in this city is the largest branch in the world The national convention of the order will meet in this city next May and the local branches have been at work for a year raising funds for the proper entertainment of the large number of delegates and visitors expected All of these societies are doing good work in their particular spheres and each shows that its members are animated by a Catholic spirit Last but by no means least something should be said about the Federation of Catholic Societies The Jefferson County Federation was formed about two years ago and every society mentioned above is now affiliated with this county body which may yet undertake the erection of the coliseum gynasium etc so long needed for Catholics in general Only a month ago the State Federation was formed in Louisville and able officers were elected Steady progress is being made and the work of organizing more county branches will commence soon IRISH SOLDIERS Who Fought For the Union to Be Honored In Connecticut The AmericanIrish Historical Society whose headquarters are in Connecticut will hold its national field ay at New Haven Conn on August 5 A crowd of several thousand members and friends of the society will be present On that day a battle monument will be unveiled and dedicated by the Ninth Veteran Associa tion Connecticut Volunteer infantry The field day exercises of the Historical Society will form a very important part in the unveiling ceremonies The Ninth Connecticut was an Irish regiment organized in 1861 and served for three years It was made up of ten companies and was commanded by Col Thomas W Cahill and was attached to the Nineteenth corps From first to last the number of enlistments was 1606 officers and men It participated in the capture of New Orleans in the battle of Baton Rouge and many other engage ments of the civil war It also served under Sheridan in the Shenandoah valley and took part in the battles of Winches ter and Fishers Hill MASS OP REQUIEM A high mass of requiem for the repose of the soul of Sol McCollum was cele brated Wednesday morning at Sacred Heart church by the Rev Patrick Walsh In announcing the mass last Sunday Father Walsh spoke feelingly of the dead man and his devotion to that church during the many years he lived in the parish Mr McCollum was a well known contractor for many years and during his life was looked upon with respect by all classes MIKE CARROLLS CAFE Mike Carroll has completed the reno vation and decoration of his Seventh avenue Hotel Cafe on Seventh street between Main and Market The interior is handsomely decorated in green and gold while the exterior is painted in light and inviting colors Mr Carroll has been at his present location during the past two years Before that he was in business twelve years down town Mr Carroll is a popular member of Division 3 Ancient Order of Hibernians TURTLES FOR FRIENDS Patrolman James McLaughlin of New Albany spent his vacation in turtle fish ing frog hunting etc near Blooming ton Ind He sent home a sack containing 100 pounds of turtles td his friends Everybody in New Albany had turtle soup at Jim McLaughlins expense PURIFY WATER For large quantities of water or in case a filter is not obtainable it is a good plan to use alum for this will cause all impurities to sink to the bottom when the clear water at the top may be poured off and will be fit for use Onetable- spoonful of alum will be required for four gallons of water lt must be stirred in thoroughly and theiLallowed to settle Goosequill pens si ying powders are Mill tined inEngl law courts and the House of Lords Jfcin the French+ Chamber of Deputies BL u an r WALTER BROS- rrIICLAY STREET BREWERY rr- ii BI3I3RjItyear possesses great health producing qualities and is recommended by leading physicians for Iweakmen andwomen n r8 r slosi4CLAydSTFiEET FEDERATION The Movcuiont Is Spreading in Southern and New Enff- Innd States Catholics Should Become Bettor Acquainted Says Arch bishop Ryan Eiiconrngcmcnt Received From the Archbishop of New Orleans FOLLOWING IN POPE LEOS LEAD The Catholic Federation Is growing rapidly jn the South Siuce the organ ization of the Kentucky Federation Louisiana and Texas have fallen intoC line In New England too the move ment is growing A few weeks ago a State Federation was formed in Ver mont with the Right Rev Bishop MichI aud of Burlington as Chaplain The movement continues to receive the support of a majority of the Archbishops and Bishops of the United States The matter was thoroughly discussed at the annual meeting of the Archbishops They decided to allow every Bishop to act as he saw fit Archbishop Ryan in a re cent address to the Philadelphia Federa tionsaidThere can not possibly be any objec tion to the Federation since its objects are the objects of the different societies which form it and that their effect on the people has been good we have ample proof They now unite to carry out their different laudable objects They all aim at the improvement of the individual and of the citizen and their tendency is to make us better men and better citizens We Catholics have been too much sepa rated Archbishop Chapelle of New Orleans Apostolic Delegate of Cuba and Porto Rico has this to say about Catholic FederationIn divine prayer which our Savior Jesus Christ directed to His Eternal Father we find that our blessed Lord on the eve of his passion prayed with admirable Insistency that his disciples might be one even as he and the Father are one All Iin his teaching and the constitution which he gave to his church make for union It is no wonder then that the Christian charity which unites within her bosom and under her direction different bodies of men and of women for the attainment of blessed aims should also tend to unite more closely in federa tion these various societies for in union there is strength and the promise of suc cessAs our glorious Pontiff Leo XIII in the spirit of Him whose Vicar on earth he is has of late years united together various branches of divers religious orders so those who are striving to bung about the federation of Catholic societies are animated by the same spirit We therefore heartily approve this Catholic movement and give it cheerfully our blessing GOOD FOR MADDEN Old Joffersonvllle Boy Is Be- Ing Boomed For Indianapolis Mayoralty Robert Madden who is being prominently mentioned as the Democratic Mayoralty Candidate in Indianapolis is well known in this city Mr Madden was born and raised in Jeffersonville but later removed to Indianapolis where he is foreman at the Udell Wopdenware Works big plant He has charge of 350 employes and is as popular with his men as he is with his employers He has been twice elected to the General Coun cil at Indianapolis from the city at large and an both occasions ran several hun dred votes ahead of his ticket The district in which he lives was formerly Republican but Mr Madden has twice carried it for the Democrats He is a brother of Peter Madden of Jeffersonville and Michael Madden the grocer at Tenth and Walnut streets this city His election would give the Hoosier capital a clean and progressive ad ministration one that would merit the approval of rich and poor Taffeta in plain color has declined in popularity as a coat material since last season Pongee tussore cloth and can vas are preferred to it although taffeta coats have by no meats disappeared from view 4 CHARLES BOESWALD IN- GROCERIESMEATSVEGETABLES Poultry E i o 1 EL KETTLER Ii- v f s DEALER INsV Groceries Meats Vegetables 1 tr v Fine Wines v t nome Telepbone4134 AVE AND BROADWAY X 1NN 1 N NN NNNNN NN NN N NNNNN NN N 1 NN NN N HN N N NNN NNON N N NNN NSr1 Q 3 MADDENSGROCERY AND SALOON Fresii Meats and vegetables L FINE 4VINES LIQUORS ANDI HOME TxrruIroNrt 4703 CIGARSiiN E COn TENTH AND ST j S S 4xS SSxS 3x x + 111 Wines Ciga- rsBENNETTS TOM EX6tIfiN GEN E Cor Preston and HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street PflfR M ANDRmr SONS WIGOMH MANUFACTURERSf 8 Carriage fteatrlg aR4 R bhr Tires 29ier3 217 WEST GREEN ST III DEALER Butter Eggs Home Pbone 3266 S Cor Sixteenth and Walnut Sts- ppppo Liquors Cigars and Tobacco BARRET NN WALNUT Liquors Jefferson IllinoisCentralRailroadVERY CALIFORNIAAnd ONLY LINE running through I ExcursionI Special Low Ono Way and Round Trip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesdays each month to the South IndianTerritory Best Line to Hot Springs ofCalifornialands in the South and through tickets Agcntsoutheastaddress F W Harlow D P A Louisville John T Mur CANDY MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE JOBBERI- N Picnic Novelties Sweet and Salted Peanuts Manufacturer of the FAMOUS BASE BALL POP CORN PACKA6E NOME PIfON- Ia63122ZEBROAnVAy c S QNJUCKY IRIa3H AMDiIe2Y0A1 minim mill1111t iiiniiPiniiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiniiii 9 F Both Telephones m 17201 I DOMESTIC Ii 11- I i I II- II LAUNDRYCOMPANY I I Collars and Cuffs II- II 18c per Dzen I 1517 FIFTH ST I Fifth Ave Hotel Building WW11WWllWW1WWll illU1llllliW1WWllWll111 illl1l111lillWUllllllWllll1 tt t W R SLAUGHTER Jr COAL uid COI E When the weather was warm as a lovers rhyme And the skies were inlaid with gold He sang of The Good Old Summertime nut he never laid in his coal But his neighbor was built on a different plan Oh he was a thoughtful soul For he looked to the future lids prudent nine Aud invested in Slaughters Coal Telephone 1262 334 w Main street+ QCQOOCOOC I WATHENS i IIce Cream and Sherbets + j 5 HAVE THREE STRONG POINTS ff- iII PURITYQUALITYPRICE IA 85 Try them and you will be convinced Cream shipped as Far as 400 miles 4t X HOME TELEPHONES 2144 AND 396Bf f 629 EIGHTH= 8TREETJ + H+f1Ft1 4 eH4 44+++++++11+H+HtH Mrs John Dacher DEALER I3ST DRY GOODS NOTIONS AND TIITt1 TISIIIINTI GOODS NV COR CLAY AND MADISON STREETS ltOMB PHONP 3749 t t t + M H M M Mt tH M FtttttttPH tit+tttl t +++++ wI 1W6o 0- S For Goodness Sake Eat Z 1 IMOTHERS BREADI With Your Picnic Lunch S t Fourtht gave g the Blue Label and Get a Set of China S VVV lVVVaiVVVIVVVVVV VVVVV Vr IN WKBBRi DEALER IN I Groceries Produce Fresnn Meats I l and veoetaDies Home Phone 2256 I- Ls E COR TWENTySIYTH AND ST CECELIA ICKGUSALBRECHT HEICK =DEALERS IN Builders Hardware Tools Electric Supplies re1eph0l1e884a tQckManufcturers and Bell Hangers Electric Bells Electric Gas Lighting and Electric Litht Wire t put in 242 244 WEST JEFFERSON SIRE T u o u Oil i I GREAT SALE OF I Thousands of yards of pretty Spring Chinese and Japanese Mattings must be closed out before the middle of the month To accomplish this there is 6 only one way and thato make prices low enough tro to interest buyers ot150 Japanese Jointless t no Warp Matting in red green and blue regular price 20C to close out atCyardper r 275 rolls Carpet Effect Cotton Chain A Japanese Matting in blue green and ted V 1 I 19cper1 Hammocks OP For Fancy Striped and Plaid g 4 lTrO Hammock canvas weave g pillow and stretcher finished witht a g valanceISvl fiR For Fancy Striped Ham wplVkJ mock Jacquard effect pillpw 0 and stretcher finished with a valance fi Svl1 QO For Fancy Striped Hain pillowi60extra I ccc i 6x8 Porch Shade price sc8x8 Porch Shade price 110 and ONEILS GOAT Causing All Sorts of Trouble In the Police Department A representative of the Kentucky Irish American had a narrow escape from ar rest a few days ago when he asked Capt Tom Riley if he had arty news News NewsI he yelled I ought to lock you up instead of giving you news Ill be like all the other great statesmen You have offended me and I decline to be When I was in the Fourth district you spoiled Tommy ONeil for me now he is getting worse Since they me to the First district yoUve got Henry Harlow playing handball1 Pardon me Capt Riley It said the Irish American representative How did it all come abut Dont ask me for a pardon Im not the Governor I can give you a recom mend and that is all that I can do Last year you people started an Irish field day Everybody that was anybody went Of course Tom ONcll was there and he tried every game from casting the stone to leppin He was always beat Since then he says every man wins at his own game and he has contrived a new game He is his duties to practice lIe has a goat Somebody told Tommy that you could not catch hold of a goats horns and force its head to the ground he throws the goat often the goat throws him He says he is going to introduce that game on Irish field day at all hazardsMr lI too is getting daffy over handball Hell be joining the Young Mens Christian next Bob Ludwig wants to get into the games too He has not been a bit of good for a week trying to find out what one of his ances tors was Irish to ST PAULS PICNIC The annual picnic for the benefit of St Pauls church at Jackson and Kentucky streets will be given at Phrenic Hill Park on July 21 St Pauls congregation always has large and liberal crowds at its outings and entertainments This year It is believed that the crowd will be larger and more liberal than ever A union band will be in dinner and refreshments will be served during the day and evening beginning noon and continuing until the close of the picnic The admission price will be twentyfive cents for grown people chil dren to the age of twelve years ten centf children under eight years admitted free ofchargeEach holder will be entitled to a chance on a Kingsbury cabinet grand piano now on at Montenegro Riehuis windows 628 Fourth avenue forty yards of crimson velvet carpet shown in the store of J Bacon Sons and a ladys gold watch and chain Any or all of the above articles can be drawn by holders of tickets regardless of whether they attend the picnic The people of St Pauls congregation are prowl ef lfalr prf rl h alai pot w anti desire to poke the cooilug picnic a fitting UtUwonW of tWr regard They o f C cc r 0 0Japanese Ciout0100 rolls China Matting heavy Damask in carpet patterns blue and red 0regular price 35c to close out at C per yard L+ JJ Hammocks 1 8FSholstered pillow and stretcher finished S with a valanc- eS gj For Fancy Striped Ham 02 25 illockcanvas weave up holstered pillow and stretcher finished 0with a valance out sale one lot of 1198Closiug Hammocks worth i1275 0 PORCH SHADES8xio Porch Shade price 135 iIOXIO Porch Shade price 175 Li BACON SONSFourthiiiBet Third Fourth MARKET STREETBet Third and 000000000000 interviewed transferred Kentucky neglecting Sometimes Association Tuesday attendance exhibition ask all their friends in Louisville tOJjoin them in spending a pleasant day at PhaenixHillParkAnother of interest will be that everyboy under twenty years old taking dinner at thepark will be given a free chance on a gold watch and every girl under twepty years wholakes dinner at the park will be given a free chance on a gold cross Both the watch and the cross will be give to the winners on the picnic grounds L FOR THE LADIES State Board of Hibernians Has Arranged For a Pleasant Reception The State Board Ancient Order of Hi bernians met r at President Keenans place of business on Market street near Thirteenth Monday night and discussed various affairs of interest to the order It was the unanimous opinion of the hoard that a reception for the ladies should be held at au early date It was then de cided to hold this reception at Hibernian Hall on the southwest corner of Seventh and Market streets at 8 oclock on the evening Sunday July 12 Good vocal and instrumental music will enliven the occasion and addresses will be made by leading members of the order The State Board also decided that the time was ripe to organize new divisions in Frankfort 1exingtou Paducab Hen derson Qwensboro and other places It is more than probable that a national organizer will be sent to Louisville to carry out the ideas of the State Board CHARITY CLUB PICNIC The St Louis Charity Club will give its annual picnic at Phoenix Hill Park on Wednesday afternoon and evening July 22 Morbacka orchestra will fur nish the music Dancing will be a feat ure of the occasion The children will be carried to the park in chartered cars early in the afternoon The proceeds will be devotee to a charitable purpose Supper will be served on the grounds by the Ladies Auxiliary of the St Louis Charily Club Tickets will be found for sale atthe stores of D J Meagher JFWagner Sons JameS Wolfe Joseph Morthorst and W J Connelly FUND FOR THE POPE The Right Rev Bishop McCloskey has ordered the collections taken up at the masses at all the churches ip the diocese tomorrow to be devoted to our Holy Father Leo XIII Thisorder conies iu a beautiful pastoral letter from our Right Reverend Bishop and should be heeded by laity and elegy alike Bishop Mc Closkey asks all to pray that when Pope LeOs life work Fnlshed he may meet a holy and a happy death- BOSQUBTS CAFE iHenry Boqt t proprietor of the Old Blue Houeet 245 Fourth avenne not only enjoys lie confidence of the people but he has coptdenoeinthe people He lira the best gojda in the market and a neatly farniiJ ttf establishment Help yoraeifftriild hlanotto- Hw care ea et luncheoanterhar beau ttoNly tahedJ the MteitTTTT BASKET PICNIC To Be Given by Mackin Coun cll at Sugar Grove In August Mackin Council Young Mens Institute held a meeting fullof interest Tuesday night Delegates to the Grand Council were elected aud the contest was spirited The following delegates were chosen August Bizot William Galway and William Kerberg alternates Hugh J Higgins Arthur Reagan and Gus WeberClarence Zook and William Schmitt who were on the sick list were reported to be improving- It was decided by unanimous vote to give an oldfashioned basket picnic at Sugar Grove The date has been set for August 3 The following committee was appointed to make arrangements for the picnic Franl G Adams George Simonis James Flannery Bin Sands James Shelly Louis Borntraeger Ed Coleman Frank Burke Robert Osborne and Hugh J IJigfjins Mackins boys are determined to make this picnic a success As they have sue ceeded in everything they have undertaken thus far there is little doubt that they will make spottier lilt with this new effort to please TRINITY COUNCILS BOOM All the local councils of the Young Mens Institute are striving hard to have a large class to be instituted on July 8 In Trinity Council great but friendly rivalry exists between two sides whose members are seeking to add to the membership James B Kelly and Ed Bosler are captains of these rival sides Since this friendly rivalry began 110 young men have given their applications to one side or the other Some of this number have been initiated while others are to be initiated at the forthcoming meeting With such a large and growing member ship Trinity Council will soon be able to build or purchase a new homeiLAWLER AND PABEL 0Messrs Michael Lawlcr and Phil Fahcl have opened an office as joint agents for the Kentucky Stock Condition Powder Co at 311 East Jefferson street These gentlemen claim that the new condition powder is beneficial to horses mules cattle hogs and sheep They have received numerous testimonials from stock men in support of their claims BISBOPS ELECT EN ROUTE The Rev Father J J Harty of S- tIouisfs now In New York City en route to Rome where lie will be consecrated Archbishop of Manila lie willprobably be accompanied to Rome by Father Thomas Hcndrick of Rochester N Y wlio is to be consecrated Bishop of Cebu SISTERS GO HOME The Sisters of Providence of Holy Trinity parochial schools New Albany have gone to the mother house St MaryseftheWeodftamveat near Tine Haute Thirty fay will be fealiu a- tkeat 1 t B J 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