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I I 0 z hr Ht U d ItCVOLUME XINO 6 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST S 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS POPE PIUS X1 t is Cardinal Sarto Patriarch of Venice Sits InStpeters- Cbalr Chosen On the Seventh Ballo- until Fourth Day of Conclave Gave Ills Blessing to the Car dinals and Then to the People RESULT RECEIVED WITH ENTHUSIASM Cardinal Giuseppe Sarto Patriarch o Venice was on Tuesday elected Bishop of Rome and Pope of the Holy Rbman Catholic church He accepted the decision of his brother Cardinals and an nounced that he chose to be known as Pius X The election occurred shortly Ci1II after 11 oclock and at 1210 oclock he appeared on a balcony and blessed the assembled multitude In less time than it takes to tell it the news had been flashed to every quarter of the civilized globe and the sentiment among Catholics is Long live Plus X The conclave at which Pope Pius X was elected was the largest in the history of the church Of the sixtyeight living Cardinals sixtytwo were present among them our own illustrious and saintly Cardinal Gibbons Cardinal Moran of Australia is on the ocean and will not reach Rome before August 20 Five others were too ill to attend One Cardinal Herrera of Espinosa Arch r bishop of Valencia was prostrated im mediately after entering the conclave and spent the four days in his cell Once condition became so serious that the 4his sacraments were administered Hap he is now improving though by no means out of danger Besides the Cardinals enclosed in the walls where the conclave was held was Aione conclavist and one servant for each Cardinal In addition to these were a r number of priests whose duty it was to attend to details of the conclave so that in all about 200 persons were thus housed l i pEsagaicuetU1tiu1U1 r 1 Tuesday night when the conclave adjourned The first ballot was taken on Saturday morning Previous to this Cardinal Oreglia celebrated mass and administered communion tq each of the Cardinals Theu each Cardinal celebrated mass on portable altars After a light breakfast of coffee and rolls the balloting began The Cardinals sat on thrones that had been erected for them in the Sistine chapel of St Peters Basilica Over each throne was a canopy the emblem of sovereignty The stalls were numbered and were chosen by lot Three Cardinals were chosen as secretaries It was their duty to examine and count the ballots As the secretary of the conclave called the names each Cardinal advanced and wrote upon slips that had been prepared his own name at the top in the center the name of the person he desired to elect Pope and at the bottom a Latin quotation from the Scripture This quo tation was of his own choosing The ballots were then turned over from the topand bottom and sealed leaving open that part of the ballot naming his choice for Pope The Cardinals having sealed their ballots walked forward to the altar where was placed the chalice intended for their reception After a silent prayer the voter called God to witness that he desired the one he voted for to be chosen Pope lIe placed his ballot on the paten on top of the chalice and then dropped it into the chalice With sixtytwo Cardi nals voting this took considerable time Esil signed and sealed hlsoallot on each occasion No selection was made on the first ballot taken Saturday morning After a brief recess balloting was resumed Satur day afternoon Still there was no choice On Sunday two ballots were taken with out any one having received twothirds of all the votes cast which under the law of the church is necessary to elec tion On Monday two more ballots were taken without result Meanwhile on Saturday Sunday and Monday great crowds had assembled near the Sistine chapel to hear and see the new Pope For three days they retired disappointed Tuesday morning the seventh ballot was taken On Monday afternoon Cardi nal Sarto had received thlrty seven of the sixtytwo votes FIve more were necessary But on Tuesday morning Cardinal Cassetta as scrutineer read out the vpcs Thirtyeight for Sarto thirtynine for Sarto forty for Sarto Thus he read on till fortytwo the necessary twothirds had been recorded for the Patriarch of Venice Lifting his red skull cap the scrutineer said We have a Pope The other Cardinal bade him go on sn- dL on lie read till more than fifty had been recorded Then it was that the election of the new Pope was made unanimous L The canopies overall the other Cardinals were raised but the one above Cardinal Sarto was allowed to remain The other Cardinals crowded around this great and goodman and asked Do you accept If thin cup can riot pHI me bagan Cardinal Sartb but the Cardinal de maadadYea or Ho1 OJ I accept replied Cardinal Sarto firmly When asked by what name he chose to be known he answered Plus X While Prince Chigi the master of the conclave was drawing tip the officlal act of the election and acceptance of the new Pope the latter retired to a sacristy and was arrayed in the white robes of his office Taking from the hand of Monsig nor Merry del Val the white Papal cap he dropped his red cap lightly upon the Thistis taken as an indication that the latter will soon be created Cardinal After having donned his official robes Pius X seated himself on the throne and received the homage of the various Cardinals Eaclfldssed the fishermans ring on his hand and the cross on his slipper In return the new Pontiff saluted each with the kiss of peace After all lad performed their act of homage he gave thembis first Papal benediction and then proceeded to the cell where Cardinal Herrera of Espinosa lay ill Touched by this act of thoughtfulness the sick man said Now I can die happy The givefhis first blessing to the people by the Pontifical cross and followed by the Cardinals Pope Pius X traversed the long halls of the Vatican until he approached a window looking into St Peters It was just one minute before 12 oclock noon that Cardinal Maccl in a tremulous voice announced to the waiting m ltitudetIII announce to you with great joy that we have made a Pope lie is the Most Eminent and Most Reverend Lord Cardinal Joseph Sarto who has taken the name of Pius X Long live the Pope Long live Pius X shouted the populace A little later the bells of St Peters rang out joyously and the glad music was caught up by all the bells in Rome At night every building was illuminated and the mourning purple gave way to white and yellow flags the Papal Colors On Wednesday our Holy Father Pius X received the members of the diplomatic corps It is announced that the coronation of the Pope will occur tomorrow as many of the Cardinals now in Rome want to assist in this great event and have requested his Holiness to fix that date GRAND COUNCIL Of the Young Mens Institute Will MeotHere Next Month bIt I Great interest is being taken in the coming session of the Grand Council of the Young Mens Institute Kentucky jurisdiction which is to bo held in this city on September 20 21 and 22 Nearly every council in the jurisdiction has elected its delegate or set of delegates The three Louisville councils are each preparing to give the visitors a cordial reception St George Council of Carrollton has elected Casper Feller delegate find H Seppenfeld Jr alternate Councilman Augustus J Bjzot and Grand Secretary Lautz recently visited St Georges Coun cil and fouud that body flourishing The council will celebrate its first anniversary on Monday- J F Thomas was elected delegate and I Edwin Trimbur alternate by Sheridan Council of Bellevue Joseph A Cassidy of Sheridan Council and Grand First Vice President will head a big delega tion of visiting members when the Grand j Council meets- Chickasaw I Council ofMemphis will I elect delegates at its next meeting On Tuesday this council will give a steam boat excursion which promises to be the social event of the season in Memphis Quite a number of lawyers will be among the delegates at the next Grand t Council Of course Grand President Will Perry heads the list Besides there are Augustus J Bizot of Mackin William OConnor of Satolli and J F Jones of Sheridan Council t The members of St Catherine Council at New Haven lave elected Edwin C Dawson as delegate and RobertA Green well as alternateIBUFFALOS BISHOP Will Be Consecrated In StII Patricks Cathedral This Month il Bistrop elect Colton of Buffalo will be I consecrated on Monday August 24 The ceremony will take place in St Patricks Cathedral New York with Archbishop I Farley officiating He will be assisted by Fathers Hayes and Lewis of New I York and Father McGloin of Buffalo I The Papal bulls will be read by Father Lavelle rector of the Cathedral Archbishop Parley will celebrate mass on the I main altar while Bishopelect Colton will celebrate mass at one of the side altarsAmong I the church dignitaries who will be present are Archbishops Quigley of Chicago Ryan of Philadelphia Bishops McQuaid of Rochester Ludden of Syra cuse McItaul pf Trenton Burke of Albany I OConnor of Brooklyn and Cha pelle of New Orleans Besides these i several hundred priests will be in attend t anceJJ VINCENTIANS i The St Vincent de Paul Society kill meet in Particular Council at St Francis Hall in the basement of the Cathedral at 8 oclock Monday evening President Jataee Campbell denires a full attendance I M btw4n M of importance tobetraiu old Farr PItJt t i iicquIIT or lYONINO roar LiJ HARDWOHKP- romises I to Malco the Irish Field Day a Great V Success r it i Con Ford Deserves Credit For Ills Intelligent Hustling Ability Interest Centers On Ball Game Between St Louis and Louisville I MANY ENTRIES FOR OTHER EVENTS The Irish field daywhich will be held at Fern Grove under the auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians on August 23 promises to be a great success These athletic events are becoming more popu lar each year and in whatever city they have been tried have met with popular support Each division is working ener getically and all harmoniously to make the Irish field day this year an event never to be forgotten Division 1 is in charge of the games while Division 2 looks after the printing andadvertising Division 3 takes care of the finances and prizes and Division 4 has charge of the refreshments Each has its work well in hand and all are working under the careful supervision of the County Board Many persons have edtered the various athletic contests so that the sport promises to be of a high standard Division 2 is at work on its hangers which will be placed in vari ous business houses today President Can Ford of Division 2 deserves great credit for the energy and ability he dis played in getting up these hangers upon which the Hibernians will realize a hand some profit Divisipn 3 thus far has secured nine handsome prizes for the winners of athletic events and more will be forthcoming This division has also secured a good union band for the day It is almost a waste of time to say that Division 4 has made all arrangements for satisfying the inner man on the approaching field day Tom Dolan Chairman of the Games Committee is in his glory He has his hands full receiving entries from wouldbe prize winners Some have entered for the 100 yards and 200 yards dashes others for the hop step and jump some for the running broad jump and sonic for the running high jump Only the more expert have entered for putting the shot throwing the hammer and threelegged race Many youngsters bane euterd the potato race and boys races The girls under fourteen years old have likewise entered a race arranged for them generalinteresttween the Knights of Columbus of St Louis and a picked team of local hither plans In order to ascertain who the beat players are Capt Hugh J Higgins iit arranging for a game between niaea chosen from Divisions 2 and 3 agaiinata team front Divisions 1 and 4 Edward- Mackeyrof Division 3 has beau appointed fthisi the Came oquadrru7i u n- I August 15 Capt Hug Higgins all Hibernians who desiri to play in thett baseball team on Irish field day to for practice at Garry Park at 930 oclock tomorrow morning Another strong featurejbf the day will be a tug oGwar betweebtlvislons 3 and 4 Each of these dlVJaVe a unrn 1 bug husky ita rolls and tb n s war Gi lfnteremriiag- an i exciting Between 400 and COO members of the I Ancient Order of Hibernians and Knights of Columbus will come over from St Louis to attend the field day games They will be cordially received by a local committee escorted to breakfast and to mass before taking the boat for Fern Grove The County Board met last night and heard reports front the various committees Each report denoted favor able progress The County Board will meet frequently from now until the field dayBe it remembered that all the boats i have been chartered for trips in the morning and afternoon The morning boats will leave at 030 oclock and the evening boats at 130 oclock IN HISPRIME James Ratigan Cut Down by Remorseless Hand of Death f James Ratigan died at the family resi dence 618 Myrtle streetSundayInight The funeral tookjplace I from St Louis Bertrands church at 9 oclock Wednesday morning ir Ratigan was I about forty years old and a native of Ire land For many years lie conducted a saloon on First street near Main Later he retired from the saloon business and engaged in the grocery business Mr Ratigan was a genial whalesouled Irishman and gave away a great deal in charity He leaves a wife and three children who have the sympathy oft many friends in their bereavement I INVESTITURE Archbishop Parley has fjxed the date for his investiture with the pallium Which was delayed by the leath of Pope Leo XIII for Wednetda August 12 As Cardinal Gibbons wilt not return Archbishop Falconlo wit go to New York to conduct the iavert lire Follow ing this ceremony Pontifical1 muses will be celebrated in St Patrick Cathedral After mall the ArehWtlhoPV1Il be clerX1andlalttallMldat UM Catholic JitL e GREAT QUESTIONS Discussed by the Delegates to time Catholic Federa tion h 1t1 II J1 Distinguished Prelates Attend Religious Services and Sessions Congratulatory Telegram For wardcd to the New Head of tho Church OFFICERS CHOSEN ALL WELL KNOWN The third annual convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies which began at Atlantic City N J last Saturday was brought to a suc cessful close Wednesday when the delegates decided to hold a convention in St Louis next year and elected the followingI officersPresident Thomas B Minahan Colum bus Ohio First Vice President J B Oelkers Newark N J Second Vice President F J Kierce San Francisco Third Vice President Edward Feeney New York Secretary Anthony Maitre Cfncinnati Treasurer Henry J Fries Erie Marshal H W Merwick Kansas CityThis is the greatest convention ever held by the Catholic Federation Forty of the fortyfive States in the Union were represented by one or more delegates and in addition there were present dele gate from several Indian tribes from Porto Rlcq and the Philippine Islands During its sessions the Federation dis cussed add adopted resolutions touching on the educational system of the United againstCatholicprotesting against the laxity of divorce laws in some States deploring the spread of mob rule and lynch law objecting to socialism and in memory of our late Holy Father Leo XIII the late Arch bishop Katzer of Milwaukee and First recentlydeceasedconvention by attending a solemn Pontiff cal mass of requiem for the repose of the soul of Hfs Holiness Leo XIII The Right Rev Sebastian G Mewmer Bishop of Green Bay was celebrant of the mass The Right Rev Bishop Mc Faul of Trenton occupied a seat of honor in the sanctuary After the mass the delegates assembled in Odd Fellows Hall and held a short business session Letters of regret were read from Presi dent Roosevelt Gov Murphy Senators John Keen and John F Dryden Arch bishop Elder of Cincinnati Archbishop Farley of New York Bishop Muldoon of Chicago Bishop Hogan of Kansas City and others- Committees on resolutions constitu tion finance rules and regulations were appointed and Kentucky got her share of the appointments Kentuckys dele gates were Dr Joseph W Fowler who is a member of the National Executive Board Dr Frank S Clark Dr Ben S- Lammers William T Meehan Hon Bdward j MeDerwott and Frank A Mettae 8 nd morning the delegate attended Pontifical mass at St Nicholas church The Right Rev Benjamin T Kiely Bishop of Savannah was cele brant On another altar the Right Rev Bishop McFaul celebrated mass More than 1200 people crowded into the small church The sermon was preached by the Rev Father William P Cantwell of Long Branch His subject was Relig ion Society and Property- In the course of his remarks Fattier Cantwell said time Federation would prove a great bulwark against the rising infidelityhe ferred novelty and sentimentality to religion and morality Some people preferred to discard this doctrine while others discarded another doctrine and so on till finally none of the dissenters believed anything Divorce he said was another great cause of irreligion and infidelity Father Cantwell thought it strange that while the courts held that ordinary contracts of dollars and cents could not be broken they readily broke the highest contract that of marriage the very foundation of society Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia occu pied a seat of honor in the sanctuary and quite a number of visiting Bishops and priests were in attendance- At the business session on Sunday National Secretary Anthony Maitre of Cincinnati read his report showing that the Federation now had 260 County Federations in forty States and that fiftythree members of the hierarchy ins cluding the Papal delegate had declared in favor of federation Among the dele gates seated was an Indian Chief Mimi taut Hanska of the Sioux tribe of South DakotaPresident Thomas B Minahan in his annual address paid a high tribute to our late Holy Father Leo XIII While speak ing of the dead Pope Mr Minahan said The kindly sympathy expressed on every hand by our fellowcitizens of all denominations is indeed a silver lining to the cloud that darkens the Catholic horizonOn after the federation had heard the news of the election of Pope Pius X the following telegram signed by President Minahan and Bishops Kiley McFaul and Messmer was sent to Cardinal Gotti of the Sacred College of the Propaganda Rome The American Federation cf Catholic Societies assembled in annual conven tion extends to the newly elected Pontiff its cordial wishes with the assurance of filial love and obedience begging at the saint time for the apostolic blessing On Monday night the Hon Edward J Qf5laUllsddresv PapacyThehis audience spellbound for two hours GREAT DAY Promised All Who Attend the Picnic of Jefforsonvllle Hibernians I The Jeffersonville division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will give a picnic at Forest Park next Wednesday The committee in charge is made up of Thomas OHern Chairman and a regular old time picnic man he is Louis Constantiue John Kennedy John G Cole and Michael Breen Mr Coustan tine will assist Mr OHeru in making things generally enjoyable while Mr Kennedy recognized as one of the best musicians in Jeffersonville will be music director Messrs Cole and Breen will be in charge of the grounds The Hibernians of Jeffersonville have always been liberal in aiding their brethren in Louisville and New Albany and it is due them in return that Louisville and New Albany Hibernians should show their appreciation by attending the picnic next week An enjoyable day is assured all who attend County President John Kinney Presi dent Frank Hogan Vice President Frank Lynch and Treasurer Mike Kenney will assist the regular committee in looking after the wants of the visitors FINE SHOWING Mackin Council Has Almost Clearod Its Home of Debt Mackin Council Young Mens Insti tute held a large meeting Tuesday night with President Frank Murphy iu the chair The picnic committee made its full report showing that the basket picnic held at Sugar Grove on Monday was a complete success socially and financially The committee was con gratulated on its promptness in making returns As a consequence the council was enabled to pay another note This leaves only one note to be paid and this one will be met before September 10 the tenth anniversary when the home of the council on Twentysixth street will be entirely free from debt Messrs George Lautz William Ker berg and Ben Sand who constitute the committee on anniversary made a report on the manner in whichthe tenth anniver sary would be celebrated The report was unanimously adopted It was des cided to have a lecture oue night each month Messrs Clarence H Zopk Hugh J Hl gins and Dr Alphonse Bizot were appointeela committee to make arrange ments for these lectures TAKING A REST The Very Rev Father J D Fowler O P hiss gone to New York for a months vacation Rev Father Lawler O P is acting prior during the of Father Fowler A WISELYANDWELLDid Choose In Selecting Car dinal Sarto sNoted For Purity and Piety Throughout Ills Entire Life Magnificent Tributes Paid Him by Cardinal Gibbons and Others MAN OF THE GREAT COMMON PEOPLE a Uutil Cardinalcomparatively unknown outside of Italy and when the news came that he had been elected Pope the question Who is Sarto became uni Catholicshavename ishehashe j to 11thequestionslIwereinLouisvillemoment answerNowprinting monk and the newPope sitinparents were peasants Raised amid humble il atmosphereheand early a in life became known in Italy as a scholar After his ordination he succes madeDlshopVenice Cardinal and Pope Pius X is a helivePeterPiussixtyfourththe Province of Venice on June 2 1835 and has consequently just passed his sixtyeighth year His parents were peasants of the humblest character but GiuseppeSartofor and1J11la Vst softn ran peas ants but the pareentswas early in life that he made known his des sire to become a priest How those parents toiled and struggled to gratify the beknowntwentythree capadtyofTomholoInhis peopleendearedspread his name and fame throughout several provinces In 1807 lie was made pastor ofa congregation at Salazano a 9fTombolomany of them accompanied him several nules on his journey Eight years later he had so distinguished himself that he ofTrevisosuccessively elected spiritual director of the seminary judge of the ecclesiastical tribunal and vicar general ability s appointed him Bishop of Mantua He was then fortynine years of age So wisely and well did he conduct the affairs of the diocese yearslaterand created Cardinal TearslaterAll his life Plus X has been noted for his piety justice and firmness He has led a life of prayer and fasting of self sacrifice and toil He has ever been a student and chose rather to shine as a scholar than as a diplomat Truth he loves Hypocrisy he will not tolerate A Such is the newly elected Pope Plus X In what estimation is he held by the Catholic clergy you may be asked Certainly that was settled when he was elected Pope the highest greatest gift in the power of man to bestow As late as April our late lamented Holy Father Leo XIII in speaking to Abbe Perosi the noted musician and composer said Hold him very dear Perosi as in the future he will be able to do very much for you We firmly believe he will be our successor For many years he has been recognized as one of the greatest preachers in the church In his diocese of Venice he enjoyed great popularity and as his gondola passed through the canals the populace gathered on their respective piazzas to cheer him As Cardinal he was a member of the Ecclesiastical Congregation of Bishops IndulKencesandpurjty and uprightness of his life and for his liberal Ideas at the same time not countenancing any compromise with wrong It is said that he Isa friend of the King and Queen of Italy and that through this friendship peace may be brought about between the Vatican and Quirinal This remains to be seen For the first time in the history of the world an American took part in time elec tion of a Pope That American was Car Accordingtoau fcam newspaper Cardinal Gibbon LCOMTIMUKD OK THDU PACK j I Y Is CNTUOKYrR8H A RrOAN n L KENTUCKY IRISH fiMRIRN t Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Rulered at tie Louisville Post office as SccoHdCIosS Matter A dltu all ComitflolcstlonitoJhe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Weiitt Qrecn Street L UMOn TRADES lABEt COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 8 1903 ALL HAIL PIUS X The entire Christian world with glad acclaim hails the election of the new Pope who has chosen to be known as Pius X Every Cath olic bows in homage to the new head of the church the latest suc cessor to the chair of St Peter That a good man would be chosen to succeed the venerable Leo XIII noCatholic doubted How could it be otherwise The priests are men who have a special vacation for that office The church picks from among the priests the men who seem best fitted to be Bishops and Archbishops and Cardinals In every case it seems to be a survival F of the fittest The Cardinals t are the Princes of the church z They are men noted for learning and piety As Princes of the church and meeting together in attending to their various duties it is only natural that inspired by the Holy Ghost ere long they should recognize their ablest confrere Hence it was that the Cardinals in conclave spent a comparatively short time in electing the new Pope Cardinal Sarto was beloved as t Patriarch of Venice as Bishop as pastor and as curate uSurely he will be beloved as the Vicar of Christ upon earth All hail Pope Plus X HIBERNIAN ISM Doubtless there is no purely national society in the world that is making as great progress at the present time as the Ancient Order of Hibernians It is a conceded fact that it has the largest mem bprship in the world among socie ties of a national character Its members whether in the United States in Canada at home in Ire lane in England Scotland or Aus tralta are men tried and true They must be practical Catholics and must be of Irish birth or parentage Add to that that its mem bers pledge themselves to live up to the motto Friendship Unity and True Christian Charity and you can readily understand why the Ancient Order of Hibernians is the greatest society in the world socially as well as numerically Everywhere the order is growing Each division is constantly adding to its membership and in every State in the Union new divisions are being instituted Larger divisions and aggregations of divisions are building their own halls thus adding to the beauty and prosperity of their respective citiesMoreover individually aid as divisions the Hibernians are con stantly going into their pockets relieving brothers in distress and feeding clothing and educating the orphans thus mitigating in some degree the grief of the widows God alone knows the good that this society has accomplished They are lay missionaries preach ing faith hope and charity by example and in an unostentatious way Some of them are well off in the worlds goods Other are mechanics and laborers but their motive is charity There are no factions in the Hibernians The order is unity personified Its officers local State and national are able God fearing law abiding men mtr whom any nation might be pr a The poorest Hibernian as wellas the richest points with pride to the fact that he cherishes a love for the land of his birth as well as the land of his adoption May the Ancient Order of Hibernians grow and flourishTill Erin shall stand Mid the isles of the sea A nation unfettered Great glorious and free YESI YES The greatest curses orKentucky are the ambush fightersmen who too cowardly to attack an enemy in the open assault him either from the rear or use the deadly rifle while safely concealed behind a sheltering rock or tree The anony mous correspondent is more cow ardly than the man who takes a human life while in ambush Now Mr IrishAmerican whoever you may be you want a surprise People are not in the habit of look ing for surprises You say you are and thereby perpetrate a bull In the first place this is an Irish American paper and it could not possibly ban IrishAmerican jour nal unless it were an Irish Catholic paper Yes I Yesl we answer to both questions but hereafter be man enough to come out in the open and sign your name Coward ice is neither an Irish nor an Irish American trait GOOD NEWS The news that the Illinois Cen tral Railroad Companyhas secured an option on eighty acres of land and proposes to build new and ex tensive shops here is good if it is true Let us hope that it is true and lend our aid to securing every advantage for the gigantic plant proposed For many years past the emblem of industry hung upon the walls in Louisville has been an uplifted arm supporting a hammer Let us change our industrial coatofarms as it were and make the emblem of industry a steam or an electric elevatoranything so it will be uplifting instead of the hammer The Louisville Nashville Rail road Company has made Louisville the gateway to the South but the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company has been materially aided by Louisvilles progress It was a case of helping one another Now neither side regrets can not regret the help given More than 100 000 are distributed over the length and breadth of this city every month when the Louisville 8 Nash vtlle Railroad Company pays its employes This money goes to no one class of people Merchants manufacturers milliners dressmakers clothiers and landlords all benefit from the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company Now that same company is building a much larger plant at South Louis ville where more than double the number of workmen will be em ployed and where new homes are already going up Within two years the neighborhood of South Louisville will be a new city in it self If it be true that the Illinois Central railroad plans new shops here shove the plans along It will mean more pay days more workingmen and their families consequently more good citizens more prosperity more Americans and more IrishAmericans Fire insurance companies have been in the habit of increasing rates in Louisville owing to alleged inadequate protection from fire The indications ate that it will not be long before the life and insurance companies will increase rates owing to the inade quate protection of those who take early morning swims or undertake 1 hunting expeditions at unseason able hours It has been said by sages that faith can move mountains We have heard for years of the great faith of the Irish people It cer tainly stood them in good stead last week when according to the Louisville Herald the Irish took a hop skip and jump and carried the Lakes of Killarney from their home in the province of Munster to the wilds of Conemara in Con naught and all in honor of King Edward and Queen Alexandra The Evening Post was the first paper in Kentucky to announce the election of Pope Pius X The Post has always been fair in its treatment of Catholics and they in turn should appreciate its enterprise FRIENDS FOR HIM Joo Nevin IsBeing Urged to Become Candidate For Alderman Many friends of Joseph Nevin are urg- Ing his candidacy as a member of the Board of Aldermen There is no reason why he should not be nominated He has always made Louisville his home and his interests arc all here Being a large taxpayer any benefit to the city would be a benefit to Mr Nevin Any detriment or hindrance to the city would be to the disadvantage of Mr Nevin Joe Nevin as his familiar friends love to call him is a thorough business man and a practical man in every sense of the word He has been engaged as a con tractor since his boyhood and under stands the improvement and repaving of streets the building of sewers etc as probably no other man in the city His four years service as a member of the Board of Public Works also gave him an insight into public affairs that was valua ble to him and would make him doubly valuable to the city There is no branch of the city government that he is not familiar with and his election to the Board of Aldermen would be hailed with delight by taxpayers If he is nominated he will certainly add strength to the Democratic ticket No IrishAmerican in the city has more friends in both high and low places than Joe Nevin SATOLLIS VISITOR I Satolli Council held an unusuilly large meeting Monday night considering the season It has been found expedient to hold semimonthly instead of weekly meetings during June July and August nevertheless the meeting last Monday night was a surprise even to President Harry Colgan An honored guest was Brother Celestine better known as James Cassin a charter member of Satolli Coun ell now a teacher at Notre Dame College Brother Celestine was at one time President of Satolli Council During the evening a great deal of routine business was transacted Messrs George Perry John M Ryan and Philip J Stitzel were appointed a committee to make arrangements for the entertainment of the visiting delegates to the Grand Council William J OConnor was elected delegate to the Grand Council and E J Audwas elected alternate DR EAIMBTS BOOK Ireland Uuder English Rule a Plea for the Plaintiff is the title of a new book by Dr Thomas Addis Emmet of New York a grand nephew of Robert Emmet the illustrious patriot and mar tyr As its title Indicates Dr Emmets book is an indictment by Ireland of Eng land for her government during the past COO years Ireland pleads her own cause la the bar of the worlds judgment offers her testimony and presents her witnesses The book is the result of more than twenty years of patient delving on the authors part in the long neglected testi mony of almost forgotten eyewitnesses as well as the copious yet judicious use of the testimony of accepted modern author itles both English and continental Dr Emmet is a doctor of laws as well as a graduate of medicine The book is published by G P Putnams Sons of New York and London and is in two volumns FAVORABLY IMPRESSED Col John Meagher has returned home after a months trip to Mexico He com blued business with pleasure in that he studied the condition of the country and the needs of the people He says that there are many opportunities for businessmen in certain lines while in other lines the opportunities are not so good The Mexicans Col Meagher says have been grossly misrepresented They are a most law abiding people and pay strict attention lo business obligations The princi pal industries are mining and cattle rais ing while farming is neglected to a great extent DONAHUES Donahues Magazine for August is not only in keeping with its usually high standard but the several articles on our late Holy Father Leo XIII are surpassingly good Each of these articles come fresh from the pens of gifted writers and are especially appropriate at the present time Besides there are various articles of interest to Americans and nonCatho tics as well as to Catholics It b laid that the raw potato has an acid that not only keep the knife blade clean but actually preeervoi ita sharp n 0 1S0GIEfi t i Miss Mary Canfceld of Parkland is visiting friends in Banlstown Miss Cornelia Burke of Jcffersonvllle is visiting friends in Kentucky James and WllpHannau leave today to spend a week at Qawson Springs James OConnor the attorney is visit ing Sam Blackbufat Versailles Edward Fowleijvisiled Dr H D Rod man and family aV Bardstown last week Mrs Dan Murphy wife of the City Assessor spent last week in the country Miss Mabel McCarty of Jeffersonville is visiting relatives and friends in Indian apolis Miss Margaret OBrien will leave Mon day to visit friends in Madisouvtlle and Danville i Mr and Drs Louls Constantino of Jeffersonville have gone to Milwaukee on a visit Miss Irene Binford is one of a party of young people who are enjoying a trip on the Kentucky river Martin Brumleve who holds a respon sible position with Callahan Sons spent the past week in Chicago Mrs Jennie McKeirnaii and Miss Emily Beach of New Albany have gone to Petoskey to spend several weeks Misses Alice and Beirn Cahill are spend ing a few weeks visiting New York Atlantic City and Washington City Miss Emily AlcAteer has returned home from a pleasant visit to Mr and Mrs Herbert Beard at Hardinsburg Misses Rose and Mary Conroy of 528 Twentysixth street and Miss Kate Henly left Tuesday for Niagara Falls Miss Cecilia Meagher of St Catherine street is visiting her grandparents Mr and Mrs Louis Weitzel in Frankfort rMiss Mary ODonnell of New Albany has gone to White Sulphur Springs Crawford county Ind to spend several weeksMrs John J Seiberz and son Robert who spent several weeks at McBrayer have returned home greatly improved in health Misses Rose and Nellie Kehoe who have been visiting relatives in Kentucky have returned to their home in New Albany Miss Nellie Ffeming of Nashville is the guest of leer aunt Mrs Bridget Kelly West Spring and Lafayette streets INewI rFred I efHeT roreuian of Wi6 Johnston Co a pressroom at Plttsburg has been spendIng the past week with relatives in LouisyiHe Mrs William J Semoniu and daugh ters Camille and May and Miss Adele Carby left Monday to visit Mrs W J Ragland in Jeffersonlown Dr Frank S Clark one of the Louis ville delegates to the American Federa tion of Catholic Societies is spending several days in New York City Mr and Mrs Nicholas J Gathof who are enjoying a bridal tour in the East will be at home to their friends at 800 West Market street after August 15 John Deely is the happiest man in Limerick A pretty baby boy arrivedat bis home 702 West Oak street last week Mother and child are progressing nicely Robert G Goebel and Adam Snyder well known in the East End are spend ing a months vacation in New York Washington and other points of interest William Korff and Peter Summers of Newark Ow1o visited Mrs Nichols and other relalvves in New Albany left Thursday for ome after on enjoyable sojourn Mr and toIls William Furlong will leave Wednesday to spend several weeks visiting New Washington Phila delphia and fork points of interest iu the East lWalter D Binford the efficient super- Intendent of the CourierJournal adver- tisIng department in the composing rooms is taking a months vacation at South Park Mal J Shaughnessy who has been in the employ of fhe Louisville Nashville Railroad Company for several years has accepted a more lucrative position with the J M RobinsonNorton Company Harry Binford an employe of the Fetter Printing Company will visit Washington D C during the International Typographical Union convention and will then spend a week with relatives in VirginiaMrs Walter Lincoln and daughter Miss May Adams Lincoln who spent several weeks at Old Point Comfort have gone to Grays where they will spend the remainder of the heated term with Mrs Charles Nield Miss Mary Calvin of Dublin Ireland arrived here last Sunday to visit Misses Annie and Mijggie Finn at 713 Fourth avenue She will leave Sunday for Cin cinnati and will make a tour of the United States before returning to Ireland Miss Lizzie Hartnett who has been suffering front ill health is spending the summer at Slielbyyille as the guest of hercouftiiM Wr and Mrs Michael OSul livan Her friends will be glad to learn that abel rapidly improving in health Mrs Joha Kerrigan and her two sous of New Albany are lu Chicago the ucaU of Mr 8teveasont who l1NtJ knONU in Uui Jfolia Cities aa Miss J P II- U IG II 6 leen Kerrigan Before her marriage she was on the stage several years as leading lady for Prank Mayo Misses Katie and Bridget Riordan will leave about August 15 to make a tour of the New England States spending sometime in Springfield Mass Indian Orchard and Berkshire Hills They will later spend two weeks in New York City and will return about October 1 The many friends of Mrs Peter Jen ninga of Atoka Tenn formerly Miss Maggie Finegan of Louisville will be sorry to learn that she is suffering from a severe attack of swamp and malarial fever She is now at Ibe home of her father Michael Finegan at Ninth and Kentucky streets where she will spend several weeks in recuperating Cards are announcing the engagement of Miss Margaret McMurtry Shannon of Lexington and Ernest Frederick Bohne of Louisville The bride is the daugbtei of Mr and Mrs John Shannon and n graduate of Nazareth Mr Bohne is a son of E C Bohne the banker and a de signer for the Louisville Bridge Iron Company The marriage will lake place in SI Pauls Catholic church Lexington on September 8- MODERN HOTEL NIc Bosler Is Prepared to Ac commodato the Travel Ing Public IIt is a pleasure to call attention to the advertisement of Nic Boslers Hotel which appears in another column It is situated on the southeast corner o Second and Jefferson streets adjacent to the wholesale district and right in the heart of the retail district It Vns formerly known as the St Cloud Re cently Mr Bosler who has been in the hotel business on Market street luring the past five years took hold of it and had it renovated and refurnished from top to bottom Every article of furniture from kitchen to top floor every carpet iis new in each of the fifty rooms While Mr Bosler will look after the management he will be represented attt the desk by two clerks of long expel ence William L Murphy will appearr during the day and Otto Rilchler attt night The hotel is new neat and mod particularI Shea and Joe Columbus will officiate and wait on the thirsty public The service will be firstl class and the ratea reasonable ST ANTHONYS PICNIC The annual picnic for the benefit of St Anthonys church at Twenlylhird andI Market streets will be held at Riverview Park next Monday During the after noon and evening the young ladies of the congregation will conduct euchre games More than fifty handsome prizes will be distributed among the winners The married ladies will have full charge ol the dining room and will serve substantialI meals at reasonable prices The men will have control of the wheel of fortune with Ben Schieman in charge Mr Schieman has secured a car load of novel ties from Chicago to be disposed of on the wheel Arrangements have bee made with the Louisville Railway Com pany to carry the children from tin schoolhouse on Market near Twenty third street up Market to Fourth out to Walnut and thence down to Riverview Park for one fare- ENJOYED AN OUTINO The California Fishing Club has returned from an extended trip on the Texas railroad The party consisted ofr Col H P Billings formerly Judge of the Criminal Court at Seymour Ind William Fehler George Akins and Wm Sloane yardmaster of the Texas road The club camped at Sinking creek and had a very enjoyable outing Judge Billings is con sidered a hero because he captured a thirtypound catfish CHURCH DEDICATED The new church at Browns Valley iiu Daviess county was dedicated last Sun day In the absence of the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey the Rev Father Fitz gerald officiated A special train carried1 many visitors from Owensboro and Ihe choir of St Pauls church Owensbo- assisted the local singers The ue church is a handsome structure an reflects credit on the Catholics of Browns Valley CONVALESCENT Sister Mary Everista of the Sisters of Providence at St MarysoftbeWoods near Terre Haute Ind who has been suffering from typhoid fever contracte I in Chicago several mouths ago is now convalescent She is a sister of Count President Richard Viewing of New Albany Hibernians whose daughter Miss Nellie Fleming died of typhoidiI fever last week LADIES AUXILIARY The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancientt Order of Hibernians will meet and hold an Initiation at Hibernian Hall SeventhI and Market streets tomorrow night State President Keenan State Secretary feebau and the other State officers invite all the county officers to be present ItIis believed that at least 100 ladies will Initiated at thIs meeting ENJOYING A TRIP The Rev Father Michael Ryan C M D D of St Louis Mo and his cousin Charles Raidy of Louisville left Wednesday to visit Mammoth Cave Nazareth Loretto Gelhsemani and other points of interest in Kentucky They are enjoying a pleasant trip VISIT CULLEY Readers of the Kentucky Irish American will note in this issue the advertise mentof JlMCulhiythe cut rate wall papetNalitat 1888 Saventhatret Mr GRAND PRIZE CONTEST I toIthe St Louis Worlds Fair made by the Kentucky Irish American is on the increase Now is the time subscriptionsEverybody ried you can take your better half to the great exposition for a week If you are a single man or lady you can go alone and at the expense of the Kentucky Irish American Get your friends inter ested for you at once + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + A i E4JU I Y II ISH VTERI flpi 1- FHIt111 0 L bS fiflfcUOT+ + + I VOTE FORII + t ADDRESS fSIGNItDJf- t Saturday Aug 8 1903 f+ f + + + + + + + t + + + + + + + + 4t + + + + fFifty Votes Given to Either New or Old Sub scribers for Each Paid Yearly Subscription BEGIN VOTING FOR YOUR FRIENDS IRISH SOCIETYDIREOTORY A O IX DIVISION 1 t Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each MonthI TynanVice Dolan Recording SecretaryMark Ryan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank street TreasurerThomas F Walsh DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President James Welch Recording Secretary Edward J Kei ranFinancial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Mouth Presidenl John Cavanaugh v QuinnRecording Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantalArms Pat Begley 4nMeets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month Presidenl John Hennessy Vice PresIdentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial Secrelary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerJohn P Hellon DIVISION I JEPFERSONVILLE TuesdnyrCounty PresidentJohn Kinney 1I0ganISecretaryJohn G Cole TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern T IMC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street MurphyFirstW Born traeger Second Vice PresidentHugh Higgins Recording SecretaryGeo F Simonis Corresponding Secretary Frank G Adams 2548roSteltenpohltInside Senlinel Robert Osborne Outside SentinelPat Connolly Culley has the only wall paper store in the South End of the city and strives to oblige patrons Call and inspect hIs choice assortment of wall border and popularda the community success OUT PROSPECTING IBarney Coll County Treasurer of Clark county Ind and Capt John B Murphy Police Commissioner of Jeffersouville who have been in Colorado for a month past will return home next week These gentlemen combined business with pleasure and spent much of their time prospecting They are thinking of in vesting in a silver mine RECEPTION AND EUCHRE Trinity Council Young Mens Insti tute assisted by the Voting Ladies Auxiliary will give au outdoor euchre and reception at Phoenix HUt Park on the evening of Tuesday August 25 The First Regiment hand will be in attend ance A large number of handsome prizes will lie distributed to the winners I iu the euchre contest KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS OUTINOII The Knights of Columbus held their annual outing at Hubers Station on E C Bohnes farm last Wednesday Three hundred Knights with their wives and children werein attendance They spent a very enjoyable day though rain some what marred the pleasure late In the afternoon t- a For GoodnessII Sake Eat 1 Mothers BreadCheaper Flour mid better titan most cooks can make and if youll save the blue labels you may get for then a set of fine china free Ask your grocer or ring up White sides Bakery GO TO R M CULLEYSC- UT RATE Wall raoer House FOR YOUR Wall P81er1383 SEVENTH ST NEAR OAK Spring Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas r JOHN M MULLOY DEALER IN SpicesAndPond Lily and Home Baking Powder sitVlcrARIi 3 T ST Telephone Main 1189 SMOKE and ENJOY COONfY KENNfDYS CIGARSThey Are The Best Brands Made Monarch Gen DeWe- tIrishAmerican FLORA DE CASTILLO Finest 10 Cent Cigar Made 3O5T XViMaLix itree4- BOOKKEEPING maltoal+r ietetiadrwum a15 Nt OEu fir tall11 L TSralX XZntT iOOOVXHAXT 171hihAty o a r= 1 xHrxsoxr xr Z m o II I 111 II+HHII I+H HuIH loo1HH H IHI I lIIHHOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 23 J J BAEEETTFUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST MATS STREET the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business ofmyWith husband Under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT Hi H 7I tI IHH1 +I+H+HHIHHtHH11 + L F h j OCii t tu U D BAXV I Funeral Director and Embalmer JnxEPHONE t3O0- II Carriages For All Occasions 700 E CHESTNUT ST ppQpppp p 000000 SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- CHICAGO o i I ON THE C esq lWOU5tblammRulIY In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR LtE H BACON District Passenger Agent KrtFRANK Agent C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager I JOHN F OKRTEIvBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 140014M Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY Liiiiirv PfrfRiANDRIOIM X 80N3N WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST OREEN ST Illinois Central Railroad VERY LOW RATES TO j CALIFORNIAAnd ONLY LINE running through personally conducted Excursion Sleepers to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Special Low One Way and Round Trip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesdays each month to the South and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas etc Best Line to Hot Springs For folder and descriptive matter of California and circulars descriptive of lands in the South and through tickets call on W J McBride City Pass Agent southeast corner Fourth and Market o address F W Harlow DP A Louisville 600 Round Trip TO ST LOUIS VI- ASOUTHERN l RAILWAY AUGUST 21 Good Two Days in Worlds Fair Cityy Dont fail to see the Worlds Fair Build lugs now in course of construction Leave Seventh Street Depot 1015 p m Ticket offices 234 Fourth Avenue and Seventh Street Depot STEWART BROTHERS 1 420 W GREEN ST r CARPENTERS BUILDERS BOTH PHONES 3047 Jobbing Work Of all kinds givenI our pelonaln4 prompt attention a HflYOEN MILES Oysters Fish Game PoultryIFRUITS IN SEASON Home Phone 6O94 509 Fifth St Kentucky Market JOHN DAVINUPH- OLSTERER 1113 West Market Street J HOME PIIONB 63601Parlor suits lounges mattresses and all kinds of furniture varnished aUllI recovered All work guaranteed first class Box mattresses made to order and repaired GO TOII PioneerBottlingPOR House STRAIGHT WHISKIESn BIG JUG AT DOORI J P DANTI913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Station HERRMANN BROS IMPORtltRSI FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OP NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street EGGSrFive Cents Each JACQUES 2423 ST XAVIER ST Brown Leghorns can be kept in small yard requiring about half feed of other chickens They lay about ten months iin the year only stopping when moulting Pullets begin laying at six to seven months A few hens will supply th family with eggs Record for three lpulletsleleven hens and pullets 954 eggs 1902r during very cold weatherJanuary 75 eggs February 61 March 161 April 206 May 181 June 120 PURE BRED BROWN LEGHORN ROOSTER r A year oldfor sale I have one toomany and dont want to kill any Come and get one for 100 JACQUES 2422 St Xavier Street THE GAEL The Gael for August contains a num ber of well written interesting andI instructive articles The Gael is devotedl to the revival of Irish and AngloIrish literature and among its contributors s are many of the beet known Irish Nationalists men and women both in Irelandand America The good things in the August ls sueere too numerous tip mention The Gael should be il1eifrlr1 IrisliAnwioau home u RHYMING OUR PRESIDENTS the first of our Presidents every one knows For yearly the fame of George Washing tt grows When eight years hed served John Adams served four Thomas Jefferson followed for eight years more James Madison next and then James Monroe Each sat for two terms next for one term you know Came an Adams again John Quincy by- name Andrew Jackspn for two terms as Presi dent caJ1ev i t ooAJ Then Martin Van Buien four years held sway But William H Harrison in a month passedswag Giving place to John Tyler who next took the seat And became President the full term to complete James K Polk for one term came from old Tennessee Then Zachary Taylor the next one we see But death ere two years called him from the race Millard Fillmore completing the term iin his place Franklin Pierce his successor the next four years Then for one term James Buchanan appears Then Abraham Lincoln whose first term was passed In guiding our country through wars fierce blast I But his second term hardly begins when it ends And his murder brings grief to his millions of friends Andrew Johnson completed the unex pired space Then 4 yearsheldRutherford B Hayes for one tern held the chair Though Democrats held his election unfair James A Garfield the people next chose as their chief But though mourned by the country his time was but brief For a murderers hand shot the President dead And Chester A Arthur was chief in his stead Grover Cleveland for four years next satin the chair When Benjamin Harrison succeeded him there Four years in his turn in the seat to re main Andwhen his term ended came Cleve landagain For William McKiule one terms barely oer When the people had given hint four years more Once more in our nation comes sorrow and grief Again an assassin strikes down our chief And Theodore Roosevelt assumes the cotrmanu The latest Executive here in urlandII THIRTY YEARS A PRIESTtt The Rev Father Edward J Spellman I celebrated the thirtieth anniversary of I his ordination at his church inI Wayne county Ind last Monday father Spellman is a native of New Albany I and was ordained and celebrated his firslmass in Holy Trinity church in that city thirty years ag- oHOUSEHOLD HINTSii Bean soup is much improved by adding a little mace just before serving When a teaspoonful ol baking powder- is called for in the rule it means a level measurementAdd vinegar to the water in which the fish is cooked and the flesh will be finer and white To the leftover cabbage that was stewed in milk try adding a beaten egg and baking till brown A little white sugar in the water in which green vegetables are boiled will preserve their color and is better than the use of soda- Remember that when fat bubbles it is only just melting and not at all in the right condition for frying After the bubbling has subsided a slight smoke will arise and that is the moment the ma terial should be put in Ink stains are entirely removed by the Immediate application of dry salt before the ink has dried When the salt be comes discolored by absorbing the ink brush it off and apply more wet slightly Continue until the ink has disappeared When a boot pinches wring a cloi1out- or hot water and lay it over the Part of the boot which is too tight Keep the boot on till the leather is sufficiently stretched which will not be a lengthy process as the moist heat makes it give readily Salt thrown on coals when broiling Isteak will prevent blazing from the dripping fat When contents of pot or pan ateonce It will prevent a disagreeable odor and the stove or range may be more readily cleaned To renovate crape lay it on a table and cover it with a damp cloth Then pass a hot iron over the cloth as closely as you can without touching itTIlis treatment will freshen up the crape most beautifully for the steam will cause it to wrinkle just as it does when new Many eminent bacteriologists call at tention to the power of fruit juices to kill disease germs Lemon juice and apple juice are especially mentioned the one containing citric acid and the other aalic acid Cholera germs are killed in fifteen minutes by either and typhoid germsinbatr an hour If a lemon be squeezed into a glass of water containing cholera germs the water may be drunk with perfect safety if allowed to stand orfifteen or twenty minutes A fruit diet will cleanseI the stomach and ali canalras and drlveoff many of the 1eraw that cause li8UCIo- f I1 STllf NG jt If Address PollvoroAby President Dolan to the Buffalo HiborntanB J rrGood FellowsliIpWilh All But EntRngllngl1IiRnceR WlthMno rt IrhliAro1Inpp nil Contented Everywhorl Save In IrelR d- r 1 HE PLEADS FORIIfflSH LITERATURE j deliThe address ed by James E Dolan Nationall President of tile Ancient Order of Hibernians a the recent outing of the members oft order in Buffalo and their respective fi milies is not only worth reading but is worth careful study After same preliminary remarks President Dolan stated that itvould be the endeavor of himself ana fellowofficers to steer thesbciety clearjjof any entangling alliances The Hibernians he saidwould not interfere with the affairs of any other Irish society and would not permit any other Irish societf to interfere with their affairs The pfi icy should be to manage the Ancient C der of Hibernians for the best interests vpf the order with friendship for all societies or movements having for their almsJjmd objects the ad vancement of thefaland of Irishmen whether at home or awoad always keeping In mind that wethe oldest and most representative of Item all President Dolan then said in part Our society was organized during the dark days when the inTamous penal laws were in operation when our ancestors were obliged to unite for the protection of life and property and in defense of those near and dear to them when the priest and teacher were hunted like wild beasts when the British Government pro nounced their religion a crime and educa tion a felony when that Government resorted to every device Iktiown to human ingenuity to degrade the Irish race and compel them to abandon their national aspirations and forsake time faith of their lathers ro their everlasting credit be iit said neither the English redcoat thehor rors of the dungeon nor the hangman halter could make them humble themselves to their ancient enemy and the spark of religious flame kindled in the hearts of their ancestors would not extinguish s and burned as brightly wC withstanding all the persecution TJ hostile Government afc itdlc15 u St Patrick converted the age O o1of Ireland vupon the holy h11o s V ttrf irffs4ifss society made its stait more than 250 years ago Organized hen in defense of- raith and for the protection of home it iis a fact worthy ofniefition that the so ietys first three exe utive officers were murdered by British soldiers while defending the priests Iii the exercise or their holy functions Vhat our ancestors did to promote religiofi and learning your society in more node n times has always done and we have by Aonr efforts for the advancement of faith wad education won the sanction and appr valof hierarchy and clergy which today we enjoy the world over From a 1 umble beginning iu this country in 183our society has prospered until today ts divisions exist in every town and hahilet from the gulf to the lakes and from cean to ocean re gion and education ar our watchwords friendship unity and Christian charity our motto Believing that o more thorough knowledge of the sad yet glorious story off Irelands struggle w uld only increase the desire in the heart 3 of the younger generation to see Ireland once more among the foremost na ions of the world we are carrying on s nother system of education among out members and friends which is meetiti g with grand success We have started the teaching or- Irish history in hlal schools and academies of thetrcrc We are creating a more In favor or- Irish literature have advocated night schools with ol ir members volun teeriug as teachers where many of our Young men may acquire an education tber wise impossible to obtain We may have made mistakes fin the past but what society has note We have always taken a great interest irrtheaffairs of this nation When our country is in danger our members are first Ito respond in defense of the flag beneath which we enjoy both political and religious freedom and under which our ancesj ors found protection when driven from the land of their oppressionIn that our members and the Iris I people generally are happy prosperous and contented today in every land be eath the sun save and except the one co mtry on all this earth where the great t measure of happiness should fill eve heart peace and plenty every homeere it not for the tyrannical power whic for centuries has- held the Irish people Iit bondage Peace prosperity and happitew will ever be strangers in a land Arhere a system of government is forced upon the people against her will Resto e Irelands rights allow het to govern 1 ier own affairs as- God and nature intend d she should then happiness andcontment will once more be upon the lan I and in this year which is the one hundiedth anniversary of the judicial murder of Irelands hero martyr Robert Emm let us hope that joinInheaven and beseech that the day may not be far distant hen Ireland shall take her placeianwog Iw itaUons of the world and Emtnteta epttajifc be written In- letiersorgo1da d rirfiirfoved country enj ythe well wriML blessings of ilberty 10t n WISELY AND WELL CONTINUED PROM FIRST PAGE t said to him after the conclave adjourned re1juvenatedelection of the Supreme Pontiff the other was the sight of the American flag in the basilica of St Peters the head church of Christendom No church not even the gorgeous one designed by Michael Angelo is too old to shelter the stars and stripes When our American pilgrims 200 strong came intoSt Peters today to pay their tribute of affection and respect to the new supreme pastor I felt proud of my country I felt they were animated with the strong faith of our fathers I was thrilled with joy when these pious pilgrims our priests our peo pie from New York and elsewhere unfurled two beautiful American flags in full view of the 50000 people who had come to seek the blessing of Pius X They were obviously proud of Old Glory for n9t only did they unfurl the flags but they waved them again andagain It was a stirring spectacle Archbishop Elder of Cincinnati while not acquainted with the new Pope personally recognizes his ability and piety and expressed his satisfaction when 1he heard of his election Archbishop Farley of New York said when apprised of the election of Cardinal Sarto I regard the new Pope judging from my acquaintance with him as Q godly conservative and efficient prelate Archbishop Williams of Boston said We are all satisfied and happy in the new selection and confident of the fu tore Archbishop Quigley of Chicago de lined to say anything for publication at the present time but showed his feeling In the matter by directing every pastor in his diocese to hold services of thanksgiving Wednesday night He also o dered that the various church bells be rung between 7 and 0 oclock on the evening of that day Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia declared The election will be received by the church with universal satisfaction I am sure There is no doubt that the new Pope will prove himself a worthy successor to Leo XIII Personally I could not have been more pleased Archbishop Ireland of St Paul expressed no surprise when notified of the election of Pius X He stated that iit- was evident from the beginning that iif one outside of Romc were to be chosen that one would be Cardinal Sarto and a not uncommon course of conclaves is to take as its candidate one outside the Eternal City so that his future administration may be from the beginning one entirely and manifestly Inspired by his own wisdom and knowledge of affairs This is what happened when Leo XIII v thosen The Very Rev Father Westerman father Rock and several other local clergyman have seen and have been presented to the new Pope either while he alor Bishop All were much impress wm 1iispmy HeiS aescnlie as a man of striking presence fairly tall but built on broad lines Physically as well as mentally he is wonderfully preserved despite his sixtyeight years His face is said to be one of striking beauty serious and thoughtful and yet with no lines of austerity The Rev Father Salvatore Brandi S J editor of the Civita Cattolica the Jesuit organ says Sartos elevation iis ideal His life has hitherto been devoted- to the people He has never Interfered with politics State or ecclesiastical While he has not the name of a reformer he has during his episcopal career worked more reforms than any Bishop in- Italy He found the diocese of Mantua in ruins and left it flourishing Pope Pius X is one of eight children two boys and six girls One of his sisters Is married to a peddler one to a wine shop keeper a third supports her invalid husband by dressmaking while the others are unmarried His brother iIs eighty years old All received the news ofF their brothers preferment with joy and gratitude and yet with fear and trembling HOSPITAL STEWARD John M Hennessy one of the hardest workers in the Democratic party and ia- well known resident of the East End has been appointed Steward of the City hospital to succeed P H Duffy resigned Mr Hennessy 4s a popular IrishAmerican and his appointment rea- flects credit on the judgment of the Board of Public Safety TRINITY COUNCIL Only routine business was transacted by Trinity Council last Monday night Several reports were read and approved by committees arranging for the reception and entertainment of delegates to- the Grand Council Trinitys boys are taking a comparative rest during the summer but will get down to hard work- with the approach of fall MOVED THEIR CAMP The Happy Hollow fishing camp has moved from its former location to Capt Tom Hanlons farm pposlte Riverview Park Members of Unity Council Y M I of New Albany compose the Happy Hollow fishing camp The members will be glad to entertain the Y M L boys from Louisville JOCKEY CLUB PARK Kurkampa Band and the grand opera singers Signor Bcgue and Madame Val- des will continue to be the attraction at- the New Jockey Club Park next week They drew great crowds during the preli- ent week and by special request the singers have been reengaged SUCCESSFUL WN FETE Despite the postponement the lawn fete- given by the Ladies Auxiliary of theSt- Louis Charity Club at Bertrand Hall Thursday night was a success The 1ladies and members of the Charity Club deserve great credit for thir wallriag energy rHMMMUU1UM HICKEYSAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialt Fifteen Bin Poof M J MICKEY Proprietor Home Tclcoliotto 384 22X8 VWV JeffoxoiWit N tMMf HM HI HI ttMt tM Mf M H +t M M M M M M H++ M4 + H JOHN K FRANH 1 WAITERSr Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET4 Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY +++++++++ + t + + 4 + + + 4++++++++++++ + + + + + + + + t+ TINE WINES CHAM- PAGNESAliKOID 345 West Green StreetoftLIQUORS CIGARS H t t H H H H tt t H H H H H t + J HENRY C LAUER a TxtItx PHONE iiro Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 407 JEFFERSON ST 428 and 430 Branch House 905 West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET HAMMERS GflRDEN Coolest Place in the City Cool Refreshments MORBAGHS MMESTRA Concerts Daily Take Jacob Park car via Seventh street SOC Table D Hate Dinner GREATEST EVER MUSIC AFTERNOON AND EVENING DV FIRSimEGIMENTBAND M raERT Direc- torBOULEVARD PARK ptoeiix jlill park Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Outings Socials greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOON VAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 030 to 1230 oclock 42 W QRJEJEJIV ST WinesLiquors Cig- arsBENNETTS TOM EXGHflNGE N E Cor Preston and Jefferson NOTIOE LOUISVILLE KY July 9 1903Pur suant to the consent in writing of the owners of a majority of the shares of stock of P M OReilly Co it has de upitspersons that the corporation ts settling up its affairs and is closing up its business as speedily as possible All persons having any claims against the corporation are requested to present the same at the office of the company 220 Fifth street Louisville Ky P M ORKIW Co By S C HKNNINO President SSBENTON HARBOR AND RETURNU- Via UBlg Four Route Train leaves Louisville from Seventhstreet deport at- 8a m Tuesday August 18 Good returning ten days from date of sale Den- ton Harbor is located in the center of the great fruit belt of Michigan Side trips ol Lake Michigan Information fur Dished on application tdS J Gates General Agent 359 Fourth avenue Louis 1Ui MIKE CALL NA wmSKy1sI SEVENTH AND OAKStES TEN CENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out MICHIGAN AND RETURN 1000 PetoskeyBay VIAL MONON ROUTE and Steamer Manitou f Leaving Louisville Wednesday August 12 at 820 p m Tickets good 15 days returning Berths on Manitou 100 150 and 200 for one or two cartaccording to location meals a la Reserve space now E H BACON Dist Pass Agt Monon Route Louisville LOW EXCURSION RATESI FROM LOUISVILLE VIA soutnern RaiiwauU 3005 DENVER PUEBLO COLO COLORADO SPRINGS and return on sale daily up to Sept 30th good return tag Oct 31st HQTSPRINGSdaily long return limit low rates to other resorts in the beautiful Land of theSky charmingMountain thandsomelyt tion 3055 Hot Springs and return 4906 Salt Lake City Ogden and return 5035 El Paso Texas and return On sale daily up to Sept 30th good returning October 31stFor folders and complete information address C H Hungerford Dist Pass Agent Louisville Kyj G B Allen Asst Genl Pass Agent St LouisiJ9ia1Spencer Genll Manager St Louis M- oBIG FOUR ROUTE TOIndianapolis Peori- aHICAGO AND AM POINTS IN INDIANA and r- SS MICHIGAN C BEST TERMINALS k UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh Sfc and JUverJ CITY TICKET OFFICE No 29 Fourth Ayes jv QAaj j I General Agent Louisville XyII WARREN 1 LYNCH G P At t I WMP DEPPS A Gi PA CINCINNATI 0 i t 1J is IIi w T I1NTUOKY IRISH AMu RICANT r Kentucky Stove and Tinware Co i Wholesale and Retail Dealers in StoveMOTTS FURNACES AND KETTLES FRANK McDONOQH Manager 705 W Main Street r G GEHER SON Complete Assortment Latest Styles and Best Makes COOKING AND HBATI- NGSTOVESe CAST AND STEEL RANGES I k 217 Market Street Near Second I W THEN slIce Cream and Sherbets+ + SfHAVE THREE STRONG POINTS I PURITY QUALITY=PRICE I Try them and you will be convinced Cream C + shipped as Far as 400 miles +g TELEPHONES 2144 AND 3968 ItItHOME J STREETe i+ American Bottling Works BEST SODA and MINERAL WATERS iron growsi6liorrn Piiosnate Xlojmo Plioxio 1J3C5C5 K IZ n I DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OPII III ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE III ii- II flonuments i ggArUltlc Work Only Sollcltei Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy i I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET jf 1 E 1fEt 1 1f1 1 1 3 3 lE 21tE ENDS and SPENCER Cxpert Accountant President 2 Educates Young PeopleF- orBusiness Good Employment and Success CALL OR WRITE FOR run INFORMATION s Union National Bank SIXTH AND SLLLrrRllsrseSS College r= Co = t j DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN IJ i Doiigfterty K6611a1- 1UNDERTAKERS1 M m 1225 West Market Streeti Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth I HOME reLePHO 1260 m All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Oar n riages Furnished for All Occasions nn I D Dougherty Home Telephone 2915 MI + d ytfr aesr ts THC tHs esr 4 inql g horllU1l1tJJ jygeuriliny faeyrajohy 3 s I fend fartt btalyuc jjmfivntftjiy Seven experienced teachers each one n Specialist in his line We are now in our new home N B Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged School building in the South Visitors always welcome School open all year I students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT President STATIONERS PRINTERS BINDERS BOOKSELLERS J J The INCOlirOIlATKD Bla- nkadOiIberICo Boot Paper Box Manufacturers Repwtenl rwn f the Hammond Typewriter for Kintucky Typewrite tnpnllec Rlfeboni eten or JlMachlnnff Cor Third asUd green Sts LOUISVILLE KY i t ry I n IRISH FIELD DAY FERN GROVE AUGUST 23 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Boom the field day Division 1 will hold its regular meeting Tuesday night The new Ladies Auxiliary should have the hearty support of every member in this city Toledo Hibernians held their reunion 9last Sunday Mayor Jones was one of the speakers Let us all meet in Jeff next Wednesday night A jolly good time awaits all who tike the trip An auxiliary to Division 13 of Erie county N Y has been organized by the ladies of Depew Fort Wayne Hibernians will celebrate Irish day August 27 An elaborate pro gramme has been arranged President John Cavanaugh of Divisioni 3 is in the race for our Worlds Fair trip He has some hustling friends Division 4 will hold a big meeting next Wednesday night A class of ten or twelve candidates will be initiated- A complete list of the prizes to b given to successful contestants on Irish field day will soon be made known The Ladies Auxiliary of Division 5 of Albany N Y celebrated its fifth1 anniversary recently with an outing a i Dohler Park The Ladies Auxiliary No1 of St Paul Minn is growing rapidly and a L the next meeting will initiate class o f twenty candidates State President Keenan asks that all1I members of the County Board be presentt Sunday evening to witness the initiationi by the Ladies Auxiliary r l i Yt YT 4 will announce the various subcom mittees to assist on Irish field day at the meeting next Wednesday night Division 3 has decided to give the member that secures tile greatest number of new candidates a trip to the next national convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians State Secretary William T Meehan and Dennis J Coleman visited several divis ions in the East during the past week They will doubtless have something in teresting to tell when they return Members of the order in the East have adopted a new plan to increase member ship Division 6 of Providence R I has offered one years dues free to the member bringing in the greatest nunbe- of new members before December 31 SAD LOSS To Entire Community Caused by the Death of Jacob- Burkholder Jacob J Burkholder the well known carriage builder of this city died a vie tim of heart disease at St Joseph Infirmary last Saturday morning Th funeral took place from the family resi dence 320 East College street at 845i oclock Monday and from St Mary Mag dalens church at 0 oclock Mr Buikbolder was born in Switzer land fiftyeight years ago but came to Louisville when quite a youth He wa energetic thrifty and intelligent and after learning the carriage building trade he embarked in business for himself For many years he earned on his manu factory at 128 West Main street He was quiet and unassuming in manner and at the same time had the confidence of the business public He leaves a wife and the following children John J Burk holder who was associated with hist father In business Robert Burkholder the well known violinist Mrs Edward R Constantine Sister Mary Louise of the Sisters of Mercy who was in the world Miss Florence Burkholder and Miss Mary Burkholder- Mr Burkholder was a worthy citizen a loving husband an affectionate father and a devout Catholic His family have the sympathy of the entire community In- heir bereavement SISTER ITTA DEAD Sister Itta died in the convent atI Oldenburg Ind last Saturday She was a member of the Franciscan order In the world Sister Itta was known asiMiss Emma Kraft and was the daughter of Mr and Mrs Ferdinand Kraft ofl1401 East Market street New AlbanyI She entered the novitiate nine years ago sari was noted for piety and efficiency j Besides her parents she leaves several brothers and sisters They are John and George Kraft Mrs Francis Kleber MrsI August Ruterr Mrs Frank Klumb MrsI Peter Fetter and Miss Alice Kraft TheI funeral took place Monday tn the convent at Oldenburg The interment was in the cemetery grounds of the irfftitu j lion a n f tJ I UNDER AUSPICES OF THE ftll6i6Iit Orflor of Hib6rnian f BASE 33AI L Knights of Columbus of St Louis vs Ancient Order of Hibernians Various Athletic Events Jumping Running Throwing Hammer Putting Shot etc TICKETS TWENTYFIVE CENTS Boats Leave Foot of First Street at 030 a maud 130 pm Good Music ALL GOOD MEN Chosen to Guide Destinies of tho Democratic Party This Fall The Democratic campaign in Louisville has started off most propituously inasmuch as able and energetic men have been chosen to conduct the campaign in this city and county which constitutes the Fifth district of Kentucky Well begun is half done tI says an old adage and as the Democrats have begun their campaign well it ought to be an augury that it will end well The City and County Executive Com mittee met last Saturday and tamed the following Campaign Committee for this district Fr JosephtIerrmannwho repre seats the Second ward Chairman Alder man G Wallace Embry First ward Dr M K Allen Thirl ward Andy Ludwig Fourth ward James D Smith Fifth ward John IL Weller Sixthward Robert J Hagan Seventh ward Louis Seelbach Eighth ward William J Daird Ninth ward James OConnor Tenth ward Edward J OBrien Eleventh ward Paul C Barth Twelfth ward Isaac P Miller Charles Cox and Louise Kaplan Jefferson county Each and every one of these men have been workers in the ranks of Democracy for years and have risen to leadership by sheer force of merit They are able intelligent earnest and have the good oft the party at heart Besides these the State Campaign Committee has selected County Clerk William J Seuionin sari Official advisoryfSeuionin and Bell will be superior to the local campaign committee Both Messrs Senionin and Belll have long been recognized as lea ers of their party e ote s in Jefferson county t I r are mot known to either one or both of these gentlemen In their hands the affairs of the Dem tcratic party this fall will be safe F Joseph Herr ann as Chairman of the Campaign Co mittee is the right man in the right place He has a per sonal following second to none in the city In choosing ft Secretary the com mittee showed its wisdom by selecting Louis Summers a born politician who is cool capable aiid energetic RECEN DEATHS Mrs aged thirtysix years Wi11llmlynan residence 40G Spring J morning- r Heart trouble ca sed her death She left a husband and eight children The deceased was a s isterinlaw of Deputy Bailiff Mike Tyna i and was well known and highly respei ted in the East End The funeral tookace Monday from St Pauls church Foi the bereaved husband and motherless chi Idren there is felt the I greatest sympathy Joseph P Armbi uster thirtytwo years SpringIstreet New Alban y last Sunday He was a well known rinter and member of funeraletook place from St Marys church New Albany on Tuesda y morning The de ceased was a son o Mr and Mrs Enoch Armbruster and leaves the following brothers and sist era Julius Frank Enoch and Alber Armbruster and Miss andsMiss Armbruster c if Oldenburg Ind The sympathy o Hibernians in all the halls Cities goes pi it to County President Richard Fleming D f New Albany whose fourteenyearold laughter Miss Helen Fleming died at the family residence 1422 Locust sire t last Friday week She had been ill of typhoid fever for several weeks past The funeralservices took place fiom Holy Trinity church Monday morning at 9 oclock Rev Father Kelly bein j the celebrant of the solemn requiem nass Miss Fleming was a bright and charming girl whose death is mourned I y many Frank Raggip o ne of the most popular and efficient firem ent in the Louisville department died a t his home 1800 Sixth street last Wednee day afternoon Death was due to paralys sand was sudden mid unexpected Altb ugh Mr Raggto had been ill for severs weeks past no one thought that his ai uncut was serious so that his death w s a terrible shock to his friends The eceased was r native of Louisville and i asa brother of Will iam Raggio opera or in the fire tower and 6f Patrolman oho Raggio He was thlrtyejght years old and had been in the department d ring the past twelve years At the tine of his death he was a member of the o 7 Engine Company He leaves a wife ho has the sympathy of many friends iin her bereavement The funeral took pkcs from St Louis Ber trauds church a i 9 oclock yesterday morning William Whit lofr this city wee among the first party of Americans to be received by Plus X 4 I 1 IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The indications are that the potato crop all over Ireland will be much greater than the average this year The news of the death of Pope Leo XIII was received with universal sorrow in Ireland and many Irishmen andwomen sent messages of sympathy to the Vatican The Sligo County Council has had to curtail work on the roads owing to the fact that the bill for extra constabulary for the year amounted to nearly 10000 Jane McGee a fifteenyearold Catholic girl in Belfast was assaulted and beaten withstones by a riotous mobofOrange rowdies She will be in the hospital for some time The Rev Father John P Purcell for more than twenty years curate of the Star of the Sea parish Sandymourit died recently He was one of the best be loved priests iti Ireland The proprietors of the Waterford Bridge and Ferry Company in order to facilitate the building of a new bridge have offered to consider a proposition from the cor poration for the purchase of their prop ertyMartha Hore assistant cook in Rath mines police station was badly burned as the result of her apron catching fire from the stove A policeman who went to her assistance suffered painful burns on the right hand James Keating of the Cork fire brigade recently saved the life of an escaped lunatic who had jumped into the water to escape her pursuers This is the fourteenth life saved by Keating who is as fearless of water as he is of fire Promoters of the Irish Institute of Commerce onu industries nave r constitution that embraces all the ener gies of the institute It is expected that the constitution will receive the final ap proval of the Dubjin Bureau of Trade ere another month elapses Mrs Harriet McDonald wife of Wil liam Archibald MacDonald who repre sented Ossory division of Queens county in the British Parliament from 1886 to 1802 died recently at Glengary She was an English woman by birth but was devoted to the laud of her adoption not less than to her husbadd who was blind ONLY A DREAM Pat Lally Narrowly Escaped Taking a Drink With the President Ill take off my hat to President Roosevelt every time siid Pat Ially the genial iuspector of the Louisville Railway Company while talking to a group of friends a few nights ago The President is a gentleman He is all right You must have met him said some one in the crowd half inquiringly Ill tell you how it happened said Pat When I took that trip East I went to a swell hotel I registered and was assigned to my room After I sur veyed the room and the furniture was swell I looked out the window Gosh I I was so high up I had to take two looks to See the street cars down below On the wall was a coiled rope fastened to a peg I tied this around me and went to bed but not to sleep I thought of all the devilment I had done and repented and prayed something I ought to do oftener By and by a number of gentlemen came in and told me that President Roosevelt had sent for me to come and see him at Oyster Bay I didnt owe the President anything but respect FO I thought Id go and pay hint before he stopped the paper I was cordially received He asked about Albert Scott George Todd Charley Sapp and other local politicians We chatted together for some time and then President Roosevelt said Pat I know youre from Kentucky and I have some fine old Bourbon here Will you have a drink Now I dont usually drink but a question like that was almost a command I said I did I was not used to the salt air and my throat was quite raw Presi dent Roosevelt brought out that liquor and it looked fine He said Pat will you have your toddy hot or cold I said hot and while he was heating the water I woke up in the hotel and with the fire escape rope still around me FIFTY YEARS The fiftieth anniversary of the dedication of St Johns Cathedral Milwaukee was celebrated last Sunday A grand musical programme was rendered The Cathedral was dedicated July 31 1853t by Monsignor Bedini Bishop of Thebes and Papal Delegate to Brazil Bishop Hughes of New York preached the morning sermon and Bishop Purcell de livered allecture lathe evening 0- a c r NICBOSLERSHOTEL- S E Cor Second and Jefferson American and European Plan MODERN IN EVERY RESPECT NEWLY FURNISHED THROUGHOUT Home Phone 1941 Fine Lunch Day and Night LOWISVILLE KV I + 444 + 44 + + 4 + 4t+ + + + + + + + + s+ I TUB Gildsa Rogers BOOK GO 1 XgC+ BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES + K OF EVERY DESCRIPTION f+ + + PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTY + S FULL LINE OF CONFIRMATION GOODS + 434 W Jefferson Street + + 4 + + + + 44 + + OOC 3 00000000000Cu- mb Phone lain 1913 Home Phone 1913 4 THI3+ m WlmM Wm Mr r CeL BRATED Draught andBottled BeersSold at All All Leading Bars and Cafes RENOWNED FOR PURITY STRENGTH AND EXCELLENT FLAVOR GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky t I I I I iOldt J BRUNN JEWELERIna iDiamonds Watches Jewelry and Novelties Watch and Clock Repairing SOCIETY EMBLEMS AND BIRTHSTONES 53O XVosit 3VIorlcot Streetf M M H+ + M M 4H +++++ ++ + + + +t + +f++++ + + M + + M + ++++++++++ FRANK FEflR BREWING 60INCOPHPORArBJI Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY ++ + + + + + f + + HHHHM ++++++ + + + + + + HHHMH +++++ EAT A BRICK OF Cuscadens Ice Cream MM MMMMMMMMMMMMfI I + M + + LHfHMHH + WILLIAM BORGMANNDistillers Agent and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in VtffllS IES WINES flflD FICA S Owner of GLENBROOK Brand HandMade Sour Mash Whiskey Bottled In Bond Home Phono 6264 2141618 SEVENTH STREET ti Ei Ilk E IIIE I3IIF h I IIE E EE i- lIJ I SonslJI J 0 i And Embalmers ION I IIMISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer i 11Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice wi MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREETS TELEPHONE 810III k 1 DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN J31 EWLWG COMPANYtNOORPORALED TELEPHONE 4tf2 ZOLTIitYI= 1tJilKY U 7 0 9 r