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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 3 1 tI 3 Ji b c i S N KENTUCKY I 1 Ijdz f fi u VOLUME XI NO 7 LOUISVILLE SATURDAJt AUGUST 15 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS r tt IMPRESSED tryr fnyoralilv Was Delegate Mce han On Ills Visit to At n lanticCity rr=jDcclafcs the lion Edward J Mcicrmbtt Mado lilt ofIf i the Meeting itinny Important Resolutions Adopted by the National Federation LEADING CATHOLICS IN ATTENDANCE II William T Meehan State Secretary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and a delegate to the American Federation of Catholic Societies has returned from Atlantic City greatly impressed with ail he saw and heard at the big convention w To a representative of the Kentucky Irish American Mr Meehan said It would be hard to tell you exactly all that took place In fact your lisper covered the main features qf thevcbriVen tion last week Yet there were many things that impressed me favorably Iti the first place the lecture of Fafeer Pardow thejesuit orator was a great treat He spoke on Christian educa tion The lecture was delivered in St Nicholas church and Father Pardow occupied nearly an hour in its delivery Andyet Father Pardow failed to hold the attention of his audience as our own Hon Edward J McDermott did on the following night Mr McDermott spoke more than two hours and not one of the large crowd left the church until the speaker had finished His subject was Leo XIII and the Papacy On Tuesday evening the Right Rev Bishop McFaul read a paper which had been written by the lion Walter George Smith of New Jersey who was too ill to read it himself The same evening National President Minahan delivered an interesting lecture on Federation1 die also read the very Interesting letter front President Roose velt expressing his regret at his inability to be present at any of the sessions All of these things were interesting but the address thai impressed me most was that f t pf MniFarran of the Philippines who t pleadearnesttytlfecause oflitspeople He said he represented 5000000 of Cath olics and this enormous number of people had only ninetyfive priests to minister to them He urged the Federation mem 4 bers individually and collectively to work for the restoration of property to the friars It was property that rightfully belonged to them The friars worked for this property and earned it honestly and were under no obligations to Spain nor anyone else The convention during its sessions adopted resolutions of respect on the death of Pope Leo XIII and expressing gratitude to the United States Govern ment the press and to nonCatholics for expressions of sympathy for Catholics The Federation also adopted resolutions protesting against the infringement of the rights of the Catholic church by any Government and praying God to restore the temporal power of the Pope This latter resolution was introduced by the Right Rev Bishop Kiely of Savannah Ga who made a stirring address in sup port of the resolution He was frequently interrupted by applause Another resolution that was adopted with hearty enthusiasm was one con demning socialism and indorsing trades unions The per capita tax was fixed at two cents Before I forget it let me tell you that the congratulatory tele V grams from Trinity Council Young Mens Institute and Division 2 Ancient Order of Hibernians were loudlyap plauded Through the active interest of representative J L Darrouset of Texas the delegates contributed 133 to pay the traveling expenses of Minitani Hanislta an Indian Chief from the Rosebud Agency Mr Darrouset was the life of the convention The Federation will r meet in Detroit next year instead oftat Louis as was erroneosly stated Dr Joseph W Fowler was reappointed on the Executive Committee w Mr Meehan was appointed to repre sent Kentucky on the Committees on Credentials Press and Nominations Dr Joseph W Fowler was appointed on the Committees on Resolutions and Em blems By the way the Emblem committee Mr Meehan says adopted a very handsome design for the Federation but ton It is a wheel within a wheel in the center of the interior wheel is an American flag shield with a cross in the center of the flag The exterior wheel represents the National Federation the t interior wheel represents the State and County Federations the flag our coun try and the cross our faith Mr Mee han said that a resolution Which made a favorable impression was one protest ing against divorce and pledging the members to labor against it He says the federation movement is spreading rapidly At this convention 5000000 U Catholics in the Philippines 10000000 is the United States and 1000000 in Porto Rico were represented The Phil ippine representatives declared that the Federation meeting held in Chicago in 1002 accomplished a great deal for the- o Wanda and they hope the work done a tbfa year will baye as beneficial a result a rente home Mr Meehan spent a v day in Washington D C He met many IrishAmericans and members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in the national capital He was delighted with the cordial reception given him He also called on P J Haltlgan editor of the National Hibernian who received hint well and showed him many cour tesies NEW MEMBERS Had a Warm Time While Re ceiving tho Several Degrees The news that Division 4 Ancient Ofilerjof Hibernians was to have an initiation Wednesday night was sufficient totlrnw a large attendance Of course John Hennessy presided with his usual grace and dignity James Kenealey James Hogan and Thomas Sweeney who had been illy were reported to have re covered whileBenfZorn is OH the road toiecoveiy r The foll6wingybung men were initi degreesMichaelJoseph M Harding John M Brenuan Dr John T Chawk Louis Dugan Dave Welsh Thomas Broderick and John M McGuire Thomas Keenan Jr of Division 1 was given the thirdand fourth degrees with the class from Dfvision 4 The newly initiated mem bers received a walloping they will not soon forget Now they are all anxious to see new members so they can do a little initiating themselves County President Patrick T Sullivan made an interesting address to the new members The Irish field day was dis cussed at length and reports showed that Division 4 had completed arrangements for the care of the inner man on the occasion of the field day President Hennessy appointed the following cash iers and dispensers for that occasion John Hellpn John Dwan Pat Keanel Joseph PMc6inn Nick Smith Thomas Dignan Will Schnell Lawrence Meauey Joseph Hanrahan John J Barry John M Brennan Tom Broderick Thomas Cal lahan and Thomas Dolan After the meeting adjnrned Dr John Chawk and John BrennatT were seen wending their way to the nearest drugstore for the purpose of purchasing some liniment Tom Broderick says the fa moos Rocky Road to Dublin must be tame itt comparison with their trip through tile second degree The County Board met previous to the meeting Division 4 and heard further reports rom committees from the various aivislonVoil the Geld ay aifd4 ouUngV All reports were of an encouraging nature FAINTED AWAY Pope Plus X Suffered From Too Much Work and Too Little Rest Pope Pius X gives every evidence that he will be a great Pontiff and one of the most illustrious of the successors of St Peter lIe is a man of the people all the people not any part or class Since his coronation which in itself was a long and trying ordeal he has been a busy man so busy in fact that he lost this rest necessary to a man of his years On Tuesdry after celebrating mass and ad ministering holy communion to more than 200 persons he fainted away and remained unconscious for some little time Fortunately he revived but his physicians commaqd absolute rest Pope Pins objected saying Why should I not do the things that Pope Leo did I am no older than he was when he was made Pope The physicians advised him however that Pope Leo took an absolute rest bf two weeks after his coronation Acting on their advise Pope Plux has decided to suspend all audiences until he has com pletely recovered Before he was taken ill Pope Pius granted two audiences to his Eminence Cardinal Gibbons To him the Pope expressed great confidence in the Catholics of America and sent them his blessing Cardinal Gibbons will rest a few weeks among the mountains of Italy before re turning to America I EARNED A REST The Rev Father Bernard I Doherty one of the most popular of the younger priests in this diocese left for Provi deuce R I during the present week to spend a months vacation with his par ents Father Doherty has been located at Payneville Meade county in charge of St Mary Magdalens church and in charge of Big Bend Cedar Flat Milan and Wolf Creek missions in Meade countyand of Frymire and Union Star missions in Breckinridge county Father Dobertys flock is widely scattered nevertheless its members have learned to love him He has also many friends and admirers in Louisville all of whom wish him a pleasant visit to the places where his boyhood days were spent MONTHLY MEETING The Particular Council of the St Vincent de Paul Society held its monthly meeting in St Francis Hall last Monday night President James T Campbell was in the chair Secretary John A Doyle read the various reports and the Revs Father P M J Rock Spiritual Director gave the members some good advice There was little business to be transacted as at this time of the year there iscomparativelylittle work for the- Se Vincent de Pauls society o 1 IRISH Iu DAY1 C r 1 i t 1 To Be HeldI One WeekfitQrh TomorrlPromisesJ to Be the Greatest Sflji Event of the Season iin ftibernian Circles 1i it l a rWfcfc i Many Athletes Have v riE Il l1ek Names with Chairman Dolan iin Bs equlrlll spla tffSkill and Strength i r tf r I 1v JL L t r Big Base Ball Game Will Be a GreatlJeature and Will Draw Enthu slastlc Crowds from Cities and Town S Far and Nelii4 A fair day is the only thing now Maces salt to Jhe success of the Irish field day which will be held at Fern Grove one week from tomorrow AH else is ar ranged The Hibernians are all workers but never before have they workedas hard as they have during the past few months to make this field day a success The coming event will be the second an nual Irish field day given under the auspices of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians They believe that in friendly athletic contests a love for old Irish games will be renewed that thus natives Of Ireland and children of Irish parents will become better Irishmen and good Irishmen are always good citizens of any country The State Board the County Board the officers find members of very one of the four local divisions have worked in unison to make the coming venta credit to their race Everything Ili apple pie order and if the day was tomorrow there would be no hitch More than this Hibernians are coming to this event not only from Kentucky and In diaria but more than 500 are coming from St Louis 400 miles away Wi lj the SMJ Louis contingent will come a strong base bass team made up of members of the various uncils of the Knights of Columbus in the Mound City The Louisvillei Hibernians picked a team fro lamong its members and challenged theSt Louisans The challenge was accepted and a great game is looked for The County Board held an enthusiastic meeting on Friday night of last week wlSintrented It was decided tq hold more frequent meetings from now until after the field day and all absentees will be fined Great harmony prevailed throughout the meeting notwithstanding the OOOC000004a SILVER JUBILEE Of Dedication of St Vincent do Pauls Church to Bo Hold Tomorrow Rapid Growth of aParish That Began In Humble Cir cumstances The Pastor and Pcoplo Deserve Credit For Their Zealand Etnrgy AN ELABORATE MUSICAL PROGRAMME The people of the congregation of St Vincent de Paul will celebrate the silver jubilee of the establishment of the parish tomorrow The church will be tastefully decorated in honor of the occasion and in every possible manner the people will give eyidenceof their joy over the ac complishment of twentyfive years in which God has blessed the church and the people The main celebration will occur at 10II oclock when the Very Rev Father Louis C Ohle will celebrate solumn high jI mass I The Right Rev Bishop McCloskey will occupy a position of honor in the sanctuary and nearly all the priests in the city at least all who can conven iently do so will be present The ser mon will be preached by the Very Rev Father Paul Alf pastor of St Bonifaces congregation Inasmuch as this is a German speaking congregation the ser mon will be delivered in the German languageThe of St Vincent de Pauls church will be augmented by many of the best singers from other Catholic choirs and by a full orchestra directed by Profnd Morbach Mozarts Twelfth Mass will be rendered Without doubt the church will be crowded to its utmost capacity Twentyfive yearn ago a thrifty com munity of between sixty and seventy GermanAmericanfamilies living in Ifci southeastern part of the city built a little church at Shelby and Oak streets They were law abiding industrious religious people They were given a priest as pastor who was as zealous in the cause of religion as his people were Industrious andGod fearing Within a short time the congregation grew from ita humble f lJir fact that rival athletes are members of V pThomasn of the com mittee on games report j that his com mittee had its work wejftin hand and that interest in the games was increasing He remarked that the War End athletes Jiad made up their riifels to defeat Limerick and the East Eb Chairman Dolan announced that hIBipuiuilttee had arranged the following events One hundred yards dasjv Two hundred yards l1asllI rRunninr i Putting sixteen pound s ot Throwing twelve pound hammer Potato race tBoys race under fourteen years Girls race under fourteen years Threelegged race Ball game St Louis ysJJLouisville Entries for spch of ucse events will close at undaytigust 23 the feld lla Tgach contestant must pay an nceTee of twentyfiv cents Those are desirous of entering the contests atfbnce should apply eitjjpTr in person or by letter to Thomas Dolan Chairman of the games cornrnittee2127 Portland iCon Division 2 who bad charge of the pointing and ad vertising reported thathis committee had completed its workland that the field day was well advertised As a matter of fact Mr Ford aniifhjs committee got out one of the handanntest and most rnftehleibatig setvir ii1rkthe city George J Butler State Treasurer re ported for Division 3 which is in charge of the finances music and prizes He said his committee had made satisfactory progress in all the business allotted to it proportions to several hundred families and a new and larger church had to be erected That church now stands at Shelby and Oak streets a monument to the zeal and energy of these good Ger man Catholics many of whom have passed to their eternal reward The church is a handsome brick edifice with stone facings Its interior is fifty two feet wide and 150 feet long The members of the parish are continually adding to its interior decoration so that at present it is one of the handsomest churches in the city In leas than a quarter of a century its membership has increased tenfold or from seventy fam ilies to between 700 and 800 families From a small parochial school of fifty pupils has grown the present school of 700 boys and girls who are under the tutorship of the Ursuline Sisters Every thing that these people have attempted has been blessed Certainly their jubilee celebration tomorrow will redound to their credit and to the credit of their present beloved pastor the Very Rev Father Louis C Ohle 1 JOINT COMMITTEE Makes Preliminary Provision For Entertainment of the Grand Council Committees from the three local coun cils of the Young Mens Institute held a preliminary meeting at Satolli Hall on Wednesday night and began preparations for the entertainment of the delegates to the Grand Council which meets here eptember 20 21 and 22 Satolll Coun cil was represented by George Perry Philip J Stuetzel and John Ryan Mackin Council was represented by President Frank Murphy Wm Shaugh nessy and Clarence H Zook who was elected Chairman of the committee byIAl Stelger George J Lautz Grand Sec retary of the Kentucky jurisdiction acted as Secretary of the meeting and will con tinue to act as Secretary at the other meetings of this joint committee After outlining a general plan of pro cedure several subcommittees were ap entertainingfeatures again at 8 oclock Wednesday evening ENJOYED HIS TRIP The Rev Father Michael S RyanI C M returned to his home in St Louis on Tuesdejy While in Louisville he visited a number bf relatives among them Charles Satdy Last week Father Ryan and Mr Ray spent several days visiting Mammoth Cave Loretto aad Nazareth ii U Joseph P McGinn representing Division 4 reported that his committee had made all arrangements for refreshments Families who choose to do so can take baskets of provisions Those who do not care to bother with baskets will be served meals on the grounds at reason able prices Mr McGinn further stated that he wished to urge all his friends to back the team of Division 4 In the tugof war which Is to take place between Divis ions 3 and 4 The prize committee of which George J Butler is Chairman is looking after a cup or trophy to be given as s prize for the winners of the baseball game The meeting adjourned until Monday night August 17 The Hibernians of St Louis are like wise interested in the forthcoming field day Sp are the Knights of Columbus of St Louis You know you have to show these Missouri people something and they must have been shown because Frank G Cunningham Traveling Pas senger Agent of the Louisville Hender son St Louis Railway Company with headquarters in St Louts knows a good thing when he sees it Why should he not lie was bred in old Kentucky When Frank heard about the forthcoming field day he at once set to work in St Louis to enlist the sympathy of members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and Knights of Columbus Such encouragement did he receive that the great corporation which he represents decided to bring an excursion from St Louis to Louisville Via the Louisville Henderson St Louis railway one day before the riabaiel ywThatisthe excursion- will leave Std Louison tficf evening bf Saturday August 22 and will reach this city of 715 oclock Sunday morning August 23 It is expected many will take advantage ot the low rates offer- ediNITIATION Of Members of the Ladies Aux iliary Proved Grand Success- Encouraging Reports Made by Ladles Who Promise to Increase Roll- S Charter Will Bo Held Open For the Next Thirty Days THANKS FOR THE STATE BOARD The formal initiation of the members of the Ladies Auxiliary to the Ancient Order of Hibernians was conducted at Hibernian Hall last Suuday night Miss Mary Cavanaugh the newly elected President presided with grace and dignity During the initiation a choir composed of Mrs William T Meehan Miss Ella OConnell Miss Mamie Keenan and Miss Julia Kelly rendered appropriate vocal musicEight new applications were received Miss Mary Sheridan made a becoming address complimentary to the ladies of the auxiliary in general and to individ uals in particular She promised to bring in the names of ten or twelve new members Mrs Thomas P Clines was called upon and expressed herself as delighted with the meeting She urged all to keep up the tone of the society and to be careful in the selection of new members so that the auxiliary might be composed of the best Irish ladies in the city It was determined to hold the charter open for the next thirty days in order that prospective new members might have the advantage of the low rate of entering which has been fixed at one dollar initia tion fee and dues twentyfive cents a month This will soon create an ample fund to allow the Ladies Auxiliary to do a great Seal of good The Irish field day was discussed by the ladies with fervor and all promised to do their pert in making the affair a suc cess The ladies by a rising vote thanked the State Board for its action in organizing the auxiliary After all joined in singing Come Back to Erin the meet lug adjourned to meet next Wednesday night The Ladies Auxiliary la now fairly GS t- ko t embarked on the sea of prosperity Let its members continue to work for its success The following ladies received the first and second degrees during the evening Misses Mary Cavanaugh Lily Callahan Ella OConnell Katie Davern Addie Cavanaugh M Norton Mary E Sheri dan Julia Crowley Margaret Foley Mar garet Callahan Mary Noonan Florence Clancy Rose Sweeney Julia C Kelly Julia Kelly Mary Keenan Mary Foley Catherine Ansbro Maggie Coughlln Mary Lynch Winifred Fleck Mary Moran Josephine Welsh Mesdames William T Meehan William M Hig gins Thomas PCJines M A Ansbro L J Mackey M C Shay and Bernard Bush At the next meeting the following ladies will be initiated Mesdames Attie Roskopp Thomas Keenan Hannah Dig nan Dora McGinty Joseph Cooney Thomas Moran Mary Sheehan M J Carroll James Coleman Thomas Quinn I Joseph Harr James Concannon Martin J Cusick Mike Tynan and Misses Mary Higgins Katie Dolan Mary Burke Lillle Keirin Elizabeth Kane Ella Broderick Annie Carroll Annie Butler Ella Mc Mahon MaymeJ Sullivan Annie Nevils Anna Boban Annie Gleeson Bridget Carr MaymeGeoghegan Hattie Higgins C Hennessy Mary Dwan Catherine Conners Annie Rlhn Annie Zorn Mary Kelly Lizzie Callahan and Mary Butler The gentlemen present at the initiation and who rendered valuable assistance were John H Hennessey President of Division 4 Joseph P McGinn whose lit tle talk put all in a good humor David OConnell Tom Lynch Tom Callahan and Pat Begley I L JOLLY CROWD Visited Mammoth Cave and Investigated All Its Wonders Mr and Mrs Augustus Winterhalter chaperoned a jolly party of youngpeople to Mammoth Cave this week In the party were Misses Nellie and Katherine Glenn Annie McFarland Josie and Mar garet Godfrey Sarah Maloney Messrs Lee Young Charles Halbach and Chester Conrad The event was in every way an enjoyablepne though it took some time for the ladies in the party to face the men after they heddonned the uniforms which it is necessary to use in the cave The men wear overalls while the ladies wear bloomers abbreviated at the knee The girls with substantial underpinning were as much opposed to displaying their arilxauta Eieads the iadies aesslavore However they had gone to see ammotb Cave and finally mustered up courage enough to confront their male escorts After a little idle chaffing the whole party entered the great cave and uni forms were forgotten They had a queer old time ascending the corkscrew and had many troubles on the Rocky mount sins One young lady fainted while the party was on Echo river and another announced her disappointment because she had ex pected to see the cave by daylight Of course she laughed when her friends ex plained that it would be impossible for her to see the interior of a cave in the broad glare of daylight but she held to it nevertheless that she was disap pointed At the end of the trip every body in the party kissed the blarnev stone Since the return of the pilgrims many young men are anxious to kiss the girls who kissed the blarney stone NICE TALKS Made by Members at the Last Meeting of Division 1 A 0 H Division 1 Ancient Order of Hiber nians held a well attended meeting last Tuesday night President Mike Tynan was in the chair and all the officers were present All were glad to see the smil ing face of Tom Tarpey who had notI attended a meeting for several weeksI lIe was given a hearty greeting andI made a pleasant address in response Quite a surprise was caused when ittt developed that no applications were presented no candidates were to be balloted for no member was reported as sick nor were there any bills Presi dent Tynan dispatched the business of the meeting with a rush He also reported the arrangements for the Irish field day showing that Division 1 had done its part Tickets can be purchased from members or at John Mulloys tea and coffee store at 214 West Market streetThomas Dolau Chairman of the games committee reported that he was receiv ing entries every day from athletes who who wanted to take part ill the contests State President Keenan made a full report on the Ladies Auxiliary which was recently organized and said he believedI it would grow and flourish He also urged all the members to attend the field day and take their friends along Edward Craddick Sr made a splendid talk in favor of the ball game He can hardly wait for the field day to arrive so anxious is he to root for his favorite players The meeting adjourned to meet August 25 SMOKER FOR TRINITY iTrinity Council Young Mens Insti tute will give a smoker for the entertainment of its members next Monday night The committee in charge promises the members a delightful evening MAGNIFICENCE Marked Every Phase of tlio Car oinony Attending the Coronation l Pope Plus X Stilled tho TumultiWith Only Uplifted Hand Thousands of People Witnessed the Solemn Ceremonies j In St Peters AMERICANS WHO WERE IN EVIDENCE Pope Pius P was crowned with the triple tiara in the Basilica of St Peter in Rome last Sunday morning The cor onation took place in the presence of 70000 people which is considered to beYthe greatest crowd ever assembled in the largest and greatest church in the world Every civilized nation in the world was represented in this vast assemblage Of course while the Italians were in the majority every European nation had its quota and the United States of America between the members bf the American College and the transient visitors were well represented Among the more distinguished Americans who witnessed the coronation of Pope Pius X were Cardinal Gibbons Monsignor Kennedy rector of the American College Arch bishop Harty of Manila Monsignor OConnell rector of the Catholic Uni verrity at Washington Very Rev Charles P Grannan of the same institution Rev Fathers Wall and Burke of New York Rev Father E W Fowler Of Sioux City and the Rev Father Thomas B Donovan of Montgomery Ala Mon signor Kennedy of the American College brought all the professors and students of that institution with him Pen of poet or brush of painter will never be able to correctly picture the scenes enacted that day in Rome It matters not whether tney were enacted in the great Basilica or on the great piazza outside before the doors were opened or on the streets leading to the daydawnedPefetIIPrinced the1iJtfplOYr l time being their worldly pursuits Heaven was their country and the new Pope Pius X the visible head of tripleCrownsince his election on the Tuesday previ ous this was to be veritably the crown ing act in his electioniThe doors were opened shortly after G oclock Men and women poured in in what might be called a human torrent Women fainted in the crush Strong men were borne off their feet and carried along in the big rush Strange as it may seem no serious accident was reported Those who had received invita tions were given reserved seats and per SIIcrstyAmong remaining thosefaithfulGovernmentAmong was given a position of honor was Sir Thomas Grattan Esmonde who has been sent to Rome as the specialrepresentative of partyItcenturiespro- cession of Cardinals and the new Pope t greatthrongour Pope our Father and Long live beenforbiddenPontiffrbut people were unable to restrain their emo tion Pope Pius X arose in his chair and blessed the multitude and then made a sign for silence The master of cere hempfromanddieds passeth away the glory of the world Pope Pius officiated at mass in the chapell of St GregorYand wasborneoccasionThere tt1ctiaraMay he long be the last Pope I VISITED RELATIVES The Rev Father John T Burns of visitinghisMiss Gussle Burns 807 Twentythird street will leave for his home either today or Monday Father Burns is one of the most popular priests in the South MACKIN COUNCIL The attendance at Mackin Councils meeting last Tuesday was very large No business of great importance was trans membershipwasreported that Wesley Adams been on sick the list was iimproTiiwp Lecture Committee made a parttpt port whichindicated that Mackin oi instfeaturethe and winter months The Annive Committee also reTilewadopted o w tF x NTUCKY laxa A RJOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN Bevoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all IrlBh Americans IKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Rittered at the Lotilsvlllo Postotflce as SecondClass Matter Militia 11 CoritnnICatIonato the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qrecn Street UNION TRADES ueEt- UI COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 15 1903 EDUCATE THE YOUNG Every IrishAmerican who has any love for the land of his forefathers ought to inculcate that love into his sons and daughters Mot than that they ought to see that this love for the old land is inculcated into their childrens children Thus and thus only will the re spect for Ireland be preserved among the rising generations in America There are various Irish and Irish American organizations in this city The aims and objects of each an laudable but unless they extent their efforts tothe education of their children along Irish lines these so cieties are bound to die Without new blood no society will live New men and new ideas are as essentia to the growth of a society as money is to a life insurance society The time will shortly come when emi gration from Ireland will either stop altogether or else be apprecia bly curtailed Where then witt be our IrishAmericans except as memories of the things that have beenTeach your boys and girls to read Irish history Teach them to read Irish prose and poetly and to singI the songs of Erin Is there not more music more sentiment more beauty inliThe Harp That Once Through Taras Hall than in the present day senseless My Creole Sue I do love youoooo When you tell a child not to do a certain thing the child may not un derstand why Give it something else in the place of the thing you f have forbidden If you forbid your boys to read dime novels give then healthy Irish stories to read and there are many of them If yon forbid the girls to play ragtime give them good old Irish music it its stead Dont think you have done your dnty to your country by calling the boys Patrick Sarsfield and Robert Emmet and the girl Mary Ellen and Winifred FEDERATION The Catholic Federation move ment has undoubtedly received Ia great impetus as a consequence of the recent national convention hell in Atlantic City Those who at tended the second meeting noted the good that had been brough about when the third annual con vention was held and those who attended the first meeting have recognized the great strides that have been made by the organiza tion since its establishment The recent convention showed a com pact organization of Catholic socie ties in forty States of the Union Of these four were organized in 1902 and five during the present year In addition it had repre sentatives from 266 County Fed erations and was indorsed by two Apostolic Delegates and fiftyfive Archbishops and Bishops of the American hierarchy- A few conservative people are afraid that federation will result in a political movement Dont be afraid Catholics ask for their rights and do not intend to infringe on the rights of others Unfortu nately the American Federation wasi not given the due courtesy by the 0- p press of the country this year but that tqay be due to local conditions genStates the Phillipines and Porto Rico accomplished what it ad undertaken to do It passed esolutions protesting against the s PhilPtarjincaI protested against the law divorce arranged for the better reof the Indians and thanked the QouCatholic Americana for n expressions of sympathy on the death of Pope Leo XIII The convention jjust closed sowe the seed The harvest will be reaped ere another year ro11s around WAITING ON THE KING On Thursday it was announced by cablegram that the Irish land bill had passed the House of Lords It is announced that the bill was passed in the form finally approved by the House of Commons The latter house of Parliament accepted all the amendments offered by the House of Lords save two unimport ant ones It now only remains for- King Edward to affix his signatur and then the bill will become a law The Irish land bill is not all tbe Irish people want yet it is more than many expected and will be accepted as the best possible solu tion of the land question at least temporarily There are many defects in the bill but as half a loaf is better than no bread the leader of the Irish party have accepted it with the distinct understanding that they have not yielded the right to secure something bette when the occasion offers Now let us aid our brethren iin Ireland morally and materially to enjoy the benefits they ought to receive from the enactment of this law and let us hope and pray tha the curse of Ireland landlordism Is gone forever ANENT THE TYPOS The man who reads is bound tto study He can not get away from studying The man who paint pictures may be a copyist a human machine The sculptor likewise may become an automaton model ing after others The machinists the carpenters the bricklayers and members of other mechanical craft are likely to become as a class mere machines in their handiwork His tory has taught us this The ma jority follow in beaten tracks Yot can number the celebrated painters sculptors machinists carpenters bricklayers and other mechanical craftsmen save and except the printersApropos of the fortyninth annua session of the International Typo graphical Union which held its sessions in Washington during the present week the thought should occur to all intelligent people that everyone of its 515 delegates are thinking men By virtue of their trade men who handle the stick are bound Jo be thinking men When Gen Phil Sheridan visited Ger many after the civil war in this country and witnessed the maneu vers he was asked by a German field marshal if he could find any thing superior to the German soldiers who executed their move ments with the regularity and pre cision of a machine Yes said Gen Sheridan IIyour soldiersare machines The Ameri can soldiers are machines with thinking attachments What Sheridan said of the Amerl can soldiers can be applied to the printers when compared with other craftsmen They are mechanics but they have a thinking attachment that puts them in the front rank as mechanics The printers are bound to be intelligent other wise they could not set type Many of them are more intelligent than the reporters and editors from whose copy they set type They are bound tobe widely reed inas much as they have to read from authors from every quarter of the globe The mere mechanical pro- c of Setting type impresses upon their minds what thY reed partic tJ ularly if the matter is good and elevating Hence it is that they become good and great and though ful men Countless thousands cof men who once held theustick are now occupying positions of honor in this country today who owe their rise to the fact that they were once humble typos Take President James Lynch sas- a sample Read his annual report to the International Union in which he expresses disapproval of the action of some of the central labs bodies in boycotting pinion newspapers because of their editorial policy the abuse of the right of appeal and the flourishing condition of the printing business notwithstanding the continued introduction of improved machinery All of these things are worthy of consideration because they show that the printer have considered them carefully and not with any bias The printers of America are today the groundwork andsupport of intelligent unionism Day by day as time passes we see new evidences of the influent over the minds aud hearts of men of all creeds and classes At the recent meeting of the Grand Lodg of Benevolent Protective Order of Elks Champe S Andrews Exalted Ruler of New York Lodge No i offered resolutions of condolence to the Catholics of the world on the death of Pope Leo and character izing him as a man who on account of the brilliancy of his intellect the purity and charity of his life and the fraternal spirit animating his every deed was pre eminent among men Surely Pope Leo did not live in vain Certainly he did not die in vain when his death taught a nonsectarian body like the Elks to pay tribute to his memory The Elks are made up of people of all creeds and their members believe they love God most when they love their fellow manThe story published in the Cour ierJournal of Thursday to the effect that Dr Joseph W fowler believed that the American Federation of Catholic Societies would adopt a resolution asking the church to remove the ban agaius Masonry is almost too ridiculou for denial Such a resolution was presented to the Advisory Committee and there it remained The matter was not even discussed in in the committee room Only a person of weak intellect could con ceive the idea of asking the church to remove theban against Masonry John Philip Sousa at presen the most renowned bandmaster in the world has returned to the United States after an extensive European trip To a representative of a New York paper he said I wa surprised at the wealth of he Irish people who while the prices of admission were not popular came to the concerts ii troves Mr Sousa is riot thinly one surprised at hearing of he wealth of the Irish people- SAVAORHOLTMAN Patrick II Savage and Miss Nettie loltman will be united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Michaels hurch at 3 oclock next Wednesday fternoon Rev Father Sheridan performing the ceremony Mrand Mrs Savage will take a wedding trip to hicago and other places of interest in the North and East Mr Savage is the bookkeeper for Joseph McWilliams Co and is a popular member of the Ancient Order of Hibernian and nights of Columbus The bride tobe Is the charming and accomplished daughter of henry Holtman at 722 Washington tract NEW ARRIVALS More sunlight was brought to the lappy home of Mr and Mrs Gus Weber on West Main street by the acquisition of a baby girl which arrived last Friday lother and child are doing well and the fiber is receiving many congratulations- A new member of the Young Mens institute is in the city but lit all proba lility he will not attend the forthcoming Grand Council His name is Kelly a onug son of James B Kelly the bust Ing member of Trinity Council Mother and son are doing well and the happy father is preparing to enter the newcomer in Trinitys baby show at New Years BIO EUCHRE The Emergency Club will give a euchre at their hall Twentyfifth and Cecilia treets on the afternoon and evening of September 2 A large number of prisee h ave beep sectjred awl a good time ia aured all who attend c r r n ST VINCENT DE PAULS CHURCH Impressive Celebration of Silver Jubilee Takes Place Tomorrow Written tor the Kentucky IrIsh American PIUS X Lot coming forth from sombroua night Aurora sheds her cheering light Gods ancient church looks young Rnd new Her tidings are refreshing dew Glad tidings Pius chosen Popel Our greetings Hng with joy and hope Oh that we could behold at Rome That brow thrice crowned in Peter dome All hail new chief from everywhere Thy morn of reign looks bright and fair To God our hopeful eyes we raise For thy long life and happy days Ohl holy Virgfn mother dear May we hope to see thy festive year When Pius wiltrenew the scene Of crowning tbee our spotless queen Rsv WM GAUSEPOHI w- Prank iJi McKeruan has returned from a trip through the South Miss Elizabeth McCabe is visitin friendsln Atlantic City Miss Katie Wallace is spending a vaca tion of ten days in Chicago Miss Katie Carey has gone to Chicag for the benefit of her health Miss Katie McGill is spending several weeks with friends at Beards Station Miss Pearl Wyrock is visiting her sister Mrs Foster at Columbus Ind Misses Mary and Lizzie Byrne bave gone to Atlantic City to spend a week Mrs William Webb is making an extended visit to relatives at Troy N Y Miss Cecila Belle lively is visiting ber cousin Mrs M G Finley of Indiana oils Tar Miss Clara Erdman was last week the guest of Miss Lucille Newman at Bards townMiss Katie Henley has returned from a visit to Buffalo Toronto and Niagar Fulls Mrs Mary Burke who las been visit- Ing in the East will arrive home next week i Mrs John Sullivan of Parkland and her children have gone to visit relativeI in Ohio Miss Caroline Sullivan of Parkland had saber guest this week Miss Virginia MackinWilliam H Price Secretary of the police department is resting up at Mam moth Cave Miss Rose and Mary Conroy who are at Niagara Falls will not return befor SeptemberMiss Kavanaugh enjoyed a de rightful visit with Mrs John Ross at ShelbyvilleMiss i McDonougb has gone to Chicago and the Great Lakes to spent several weeks- Charles F Taylor wife and son Charles F Taylor JTK are enjoying ia rest at Sulphur Ind George Rossell Jr of Terra Haute Ind is visiting Miss Henrietta Kaiser of 800 Eighth street Mr Chawk and daughter of Owens toro who visited relatives in Louisville lave re1urnedhome Mrs William Curran and two children eturned Wednesday after a pleasant rip to Asheville NC Mrs John McDonald and children ol New Albany have gone to Bay View lich for the summer Mr and Mrs Charles OConnor enter wined Wednesday iin honor of Miss Rove Clifford of Indianapolis Mr and Mrs Gus Bretz aud Miss Fannie Kennedy are spending three weeks at Bowling Green Miss Mamie Sweeney of Center and Chestnut streets spending a few weeks with relatives in Chicago Miss Nora McDonough well known in ortland society circles has been spending two weeks in Chicago Miss Maggie Anderson has been enjoy Inga pleasant visit with the family of amen Rapier NewHaven- Mrs Charles Kdelen and children of this city are gaets of Mr aad Mrs Uaorice Coil New Albany Misses Annie Clary and Mary McGinn arel1ome after as enjoyable visit with rleade in SowtkeaTlitdUiM MlwMc Vary Cwwey KUe Usa ey u u 0- O u and Rose Conroy have returned from a pleasant trip to Niagara Pails Charles Raid who has been enjoying a vacation will resume his duties asI letter carrier tomorrow morning Miss Emily Payne who has been here visiting Miss Julia Monroe has returned to her home at Elizabethtown Mack Easley of Memphis who visited his parents in Louisville during the pastI month returned home last Saturday Dr Perer S Ganz and his wife have returned after delightful visit of two weeks to Canada and the Great Lakes Mrs Mary McCrory and her sisters Misses Adah and Pearl Garrity have returned from a pleasant visit to Glen Rose Roger McGrath the genial Secretary of the Board of Public Works is spend ing a few days vacation at French Lick Miss Beatrice Small and her nephews Frank L Barth and Paul C Barth rare sojourning at Lilywhite Sulphur Ind Frank Kelly of East St Louis who has been visiting relatives and friend in New Albany returned home on Tuesday Dr Max Eble and family have returned home after several weeks spent at Nash ville Tenn Asheville N C and other places Mrs Charles OConnor of South Louisville is home again after a pleasant visit with Mrs Patrick OConnor in Nev Albany Detective Martin J Donahue and bls brother inlaw Deputy Sheriff Wallace J Renfro spent last week at Graypqi Springs Miss Lula Thornbury one of New Havens most popular young ladies was here this week the guest of the Misse Greenwell Miss Hettie Howard of St Catherine I street who has been ill for the past two weeks improving rapidly and will soon be out again Miss Margaret OBrien was the re cipient of much social attention at Danville where she was the guest of Miss Mayme Geary Messrs John T Malone and Halsey Malone and Miss Alma McCarthy left last Saturday for a season at the Michigan summer resorts Misses Nellie and Rose Heffernan of 1419 Payne street are the guests of friends at Pewee Valley They will be gone two weeks MIMisses Joy and Oma Bengle charming young ladies of Springfield III are guests of Mr and Mrs Louis Pfau 626 East Green street- Stationkeepers John Collins and Alex Basler have returned to their duties at Central Police Station after spending ten days at West Baden Springs Dan Gleason of Mansfield Ohio is visiting relatives in Jeffersonville Mr Gleason is a popular member of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Mrs Bridget nines of Nashville is visiting her cousin Mrs Catherine Brad ley 1113 Garden street and other rela tives in this city and New Albany Miss Celine and Emma Webb of 1844 Portland avenue are spending the month of August at Carlisle Ind are guests of their aunt Mrs William Laushaw Miss Mollie Currau lleft Thursday for New York and Atlantic City While in New York she will be the guest Of her brothers Daniel and James Curran Miss Alma LHommedieu and Miss Ethel Foraker of Cincinnati have re turned home after a pleasant visit to Miss Margaret Malone in the High lands Misses Emma Margaret and Carrie Sersinger of Henderson Ky are visit ing the family of Philip Hull Thir teenth and Walnut streets and other friends Harry Colgan Bernard H Imorde William J Imorde and George Carney left Wednesday to spend several weeks at Petoskey Mackinac Charlevoix and the Snow Islands Miss Evelyn Reilly of West St Catherine street is at Sts Mary and Elizabeths Hospital suffering from a severe attack of typhoid fever Her many friends hope for her speedy recovery Mr and Mrs Patrick Glenn Mr and tire WIll J Mackin and family Mrs Gross and granddaughter Alice Kennedy are spending the summer months at the South Lake Hotel Will McDonald the able editor in chief of the Police Bulletin left Thursday to spend his ten days furlough in Cin Innati and Cleveland Mrs McDonald ecouipankd herhaebaadc 7- e GRAND PRIZE CONTEST Interest in the Grand Prize Offer of a Trip to the St Louis Worlds Fair made by the Kentucky Irish American is on the increase Now is the time to send in your ballots and new subscriptions Everybody has a chance to vineIf you are marred you can take your better half to the great exposition for a week Ifyou arc 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 rIkEpijU l Y III ISH yTERI flJ 4 WOODS pfllt BflimOT I K+ f I VOTE FOR c s I + ADDRESS SIGNED + t+ Saturday Aug 15 1903 t Fifty Votes Given to Either New or Old Sub scribers for Each Paid Yearly Subscription BEGIN VOTING FOR YOUR FRIENDS rGoodness For l-tt Sake I Eat MothersIiIi =ffI L tIRI8HH 8SOCIETYDIRECTORRY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth To day Evenings of Each Month TynanVice Dolan RyanFinancial1911 Bank ureet- TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the 01 EveningEach Presl1entCon J Ford Vice PresidentJames Welch Recording Secretary Edward J Kc ranFinancial Secretary John T Keane 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran- DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monda evenings of Each Month President John Cavanaugh Vice PresidentThomas Quinn Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial SecretaryWilliam Burn 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergentatArmsPat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wedn day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch- Recording SecretaryThos Callahar- Financial SecretaryJoe P McGin 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer John P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesda at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kinney President Frank Hogan Vice PresidentFrank Lynch Secretary John G Cole TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHeru Y IMC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Frank F Murphy First Vice President Louis W Born traegerSecond Vice PresidentHugh Higgin Recording SecretaryGeo F Simonis Corresponding Secretary Frank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2541 St Cecilia street- TreasurerJosepb Steltcupohl MarshalWIlliam Sbaughnessy Inside SentinelRobert Osborne Outside SentinelPat Connolly Capt William J Sullivan Chief of Detectives is spending ten days resting up at West Baden Springs In his absence Assistant Chief Tom Maher is at the head of the detective bureau Miss Mamie Ryan of St Louts who has been visiting Mrs William Patterson at 2009 West Main street will return home on Tuesday Miss Ryan made many friends during her three weeks visit to Louisville Miss Katie Jordan of Cleveland is vis fling relatives ia this dity Miss Jordan favorT 1 M = n 11- SAVE y I THE BLUEUlll LABELSa- nd 1 take them to your grocer I to be exchanged i SETi fofII OF FINE i CHINAiIf he doesnt sell Mothers Bread telephone Whitesides Bakery = IJ IoI m8 and 20 Suits for 10 10 and 1250 Suits for 76O 750 andIo Suits for Soo F Brock Union Labeland other fine makes to choose from All sizes LEVY BROSfTHIRD AND MARKET JOHN M MULLOY DEALER IN SpicesAnd rPond Lily and Home Baking Ppwder 214 w1lIAIvtSIDT d3T Tolephone Main H89 Spring Styles have arrived in HatsI Caps Gloves and Umbre- llasBOOKKEEPiNG Tujit Hate exfwt UatreeUoa No Chug to Batt 11Timuu UTEST ACCOUNTANT inToned Aft able impression here some months ago when she sang several solos at St Louis Bertrands church A man must put his beet foot upward as well as forward if he would reaeti the r top of the ladder t rs 4s Il w r 0- xrihrTsoxct XRJ8Q+ Ar RXOAN I1+11nHI1 11n1IHI+l1I 11 HoMEPHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 23 CT w J BARPETT7 FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST MAIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I wilt continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT HH1IHHHlIIIIrIII +H+HI+I 1111+IIH+IH I I per e- TDDAX i Funeral Director and Embalmer TI3I4JxIOIKI gai3oo Carriages For All Occasions 700 E CHESTNUT ST 891 KY M E N Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST ON SALE TO Dawson and Cerulean Ky ONLY LINE running through conducted Excursion Sleepers to California Now Mexico Arizona and Texas Special Low ono Way and Round Trip Rates in effect on first and third each month to the South and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texts etc Best Line to Hot folder and descriptive matter of California and circulars descriptive of lands in the South and through tickets call on WJ McBride City Pats Agent southeast corner Fourth and Market 01 addressF W Harldw D P A Louisville TO VIA I 21 Good Two Days in Worlds Fair City Dont fall to see the Worlds Fair Build ings now in course of construction Leave Seventh Street Depot 1015 p m Ticket offices 234 Fourth Avenue and Seventh Street r u Ago W GREEN ST PHONES 8O7 Jobbing Work of aU kinds i given prompt attention n- II IS Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma to CHICAGOONI e I LUYUOll7t R uiw- I b I In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Agent Ky FRANK J REED General Passonger Agent- C II ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager JOHN OBRTBLBUTCIIERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14004404 Avenue Telephone LOUISVILLE LI PETER ANDRWI SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Illinois Central Railroa SUMMER FXllR81OR11ETS Grayson Springs Springs personally Tuesdays Springs- For 600 Round Trip ST LOUIS SOUTHERN RAILWAY AUGUST Dep- otSTEVART BROTHERS CARPENTERS BUILDERS- BOTH otupeesonalIxud SHE CRYING Passenger Louisville F Story Springs GO TO R M CULLEYS CUT RA- TEflerflollseWall FOR YOUR wau Paper1383 SEVENTH ST NEAR OAK flflYDEN MILES Oysters Fish GamePoultry FRUITS IN SEASON Hume Phone 0004ti 509 Fifth St Kentucky Market I JOHN DAVIN UPHOLSTERERI I 1113 West Market Street HOME PHONE 6360 Parlor suits lounges mattresses and all kinds of furniture varnishedand recovered All work guaranteed first class Box mattresses made to order and repaired GO rro PioneerBottling House FO- RSTRAIGHT WHISKIES r1 BIG JUG AT DOOR J IV J3A3VOD 913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Stali- osBROSHERRMANN IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2423 ST XAVIER ST Brown Leghorns can be kept in small1 uiring about half feed of otherchickens They lay about ten months in moultingPulletsmonths A few hens will supply the family with eggs Record for three years 1899 twelve hens and pullets 1233 eggs 1900 ten bens 868 eggs 1901 eleven hens and pullets 984 eggs 1902 during very cold weather January 76 ggsFebruary 61 March 161 April 206 May 181 June 120 PURE BRED BROWN LEGHORN ROOSTER manyand1 get oneior 100 JACK U18 m St Xvir Street u I I PIOUS CUSTOM Of Raising the Hat When Passing a Church Is Commendable One of the oldest Roman Catholic cus droopluga Catholic church It may be noted in al most any part of New York from the Battery to the Bronx During the fire mens latest parade two women viewing the procession front the steps of one of the Vanderbilt residences asked Why do they all take off their hats when they Theyreinpinafored child on the sidewalk an they know the Lords in there The same act was noticeable in the police mens parade The conductors and mo tormen on the elevated stations between the Battery and Harlem pass eleven churches on every trip and many of them will bare their heads eleven times on that run There are at least two Justices of tIle Supreme Court who never pass a Catholic church without removing their hats The mark of reverence for women is the lowering of the head and eyes This is not conspicuous but it can be seen thousands of times daily in New York In the districts given up to for eigners the women hurrying by a church frequently pause a moment and crossing themselves murmur some native prayer ALL GOOD ONES Various out of town councils of the Young lens Institute are still making arrangements for the coming Grand Council of the Kentucky jurisdiction Major Council of Winchester has elected the Rev Fatter William B Ryan its delegate and J W Board alternate Barry Council of Lexington has elected John J Luby and James J OBrien delegates and John B Shan non and Robert C Reeves alternates Lambert Young Council of Frankfort will send John P Hanley as its repre sentative with Will C Newman as alter nate JOCKEY CLUB PARK Barney Oldfield and Tom Cooper famous chaffeurs will race in their re spective automobiles at the Jockey Club Park this afternoon Both machines are built for speed and endurance and the race ought to be an exciting one Each has a record of more than a mile a minute There will be other auto races be tween many local chaffeurs Kurkamps band will continue to furnish the music for another week A splendid display of fireworks will be given tonight DEATH OF SISTER CECILIA Sister Cecilia died at the Ursuline Con vent at Shelby and Chestnut streets on Monday afternoon Death resulted from I asthma and heart disease Sister Cecilia was fiftynine years old and before she entered the religious life was known as Miss Mary Ann Woellman For several years she had charge of St Josephs Orphan Asylum and was a saiutly woman The funeral services took place Wednesday morning at the Ursuline chapel GREAT RELIC Dennis Morris of 2312 Bank street has in his possession an English half penny dated 1791 Mr Morris found this old relic in Lancashire England in March 1803 It is almost as large as a silver half dollar No person in Louisville that has seen this halfpenny has ever seen one like it Around the edge is engraved or stamped Payable to the office of W Taylor R V Mocdy Co SUCCEEDS FATHER REICH The Rev Father Camilius Eichenbaub will sucedUic Rev Father Leonard Reich as pastor fS Anthonys church Jeffersonville Father Reich has been transferred to Trenton Nl where he will be rector of St Francis College lIe has been pastor of St Anthonys church for nearly five years AGED GENTLEMAN DEAD I Patrick OConnor an aged and respected citizen of the West End died at his home 222 Eighteenth street on Thursday Mr OConnor was at one time a member or the police force but retired many years ago on account of old age His funeral takes place from St Patricks church at oclock this morn ing HIBERNIAN PICNIC The Hibernians of Jeffersonville gave a delightful picnic at Forest Park on Wednesday evening Quite a large crowd was present and all spent an enjoyable evening It had been post poned from a former date on account of the death of Pope Leo XIII FATHER OCONNOR HOME The Rev Father John OConnor pas tor of the Church of the Holy Name has returned from West Baden Springs where he took a well deserved vacation NARROW ESCAPE John Moran an Illinois Central rail road engineer fell from a Fourth avenue car last Sunday night and sustained painful but not serious injuries His friends will be glad to learn that he is reo covering BUCKINGHAM The Buckingham Theater will throw open its doors on August 23 the first performance being a matinee At the present the Wballen brothers are actively engaged in overhauling their theater and putting on the finishing touches Col John H Whallen says the public may expect a far better line of attractions during the coming season than any time heretofore He and his brother JatHM P Whallen juat returned from New York where they attended a wplreCir 0 L Written tgt the Kentnckr Irish American SORROW Of alternate sunshine and shade Lightlaughter and heavy sighs This fleeting life of ours is made Like the changing faroff skies The tints of darkness that run Oer the grand scenery one sees Enhance the brightness ofThe sun Peeping through tall leafy trees Shadows flitting across our days As the lowering clouds above Make more brilliant the rays Of the hearts sunIlght love Sorrow is lifes shading line The imprint of Gods sweil kiss On our trembling lips true sign Of His best loveheavens bliss KATHIKHN DON LUA- VVINQREASINO Is Interest in the Grand Prize Contest For Popular People Married and Single AHI Desire to Visit the Worlds FairI Triple Attractions For Rest loins of Lonlsv1lleW1llI Draw Crowds SEND IN YOUR BALLOTS NOW r The grand prize contest entered into by readers of the Kentucky Irish America- is proving to be a grand success in fact the management of the pipe has been more than surprised The magnanimous offer has attracted the attention of the entire community and more than a score of candidates men and women marriedJ and single are in the field In some cases the married men are taking the Initiative and are doing the hustling On the other hand some of the married men are bashful but in these cases their estimable better halves are blazing the way for a trip to the Worlds Fair Several popular young men are working energetically j themselves while more bashful men are being shoved forward by their friends But the young ladles God bless them they do not appear to be a bitt bashful in this contest Whether it I that they want to get away from Louis ville or because the supply of marriageable- men in Louisville is not commensurate with the demand no one knows but all seem anxious to get to St Louis if only for a week The names of those voted for and the number of ballots cast for each contestant will be announced in the Kentucky Irish American on the first Saturday in September This ought to give ample tim for contestants to collect their ballots and forward them to the Kentucky Irish American not later than the Wednesday precedlnJtRell1emberthat the married couple who secure the most votes get a weeks trip to the Worlds Fair with railroad transportation and hotel bills paid while the same offer is extended to the single lady or gentleman who secures the most votes Thus in all four prizes are to be given And while in St Louis the suc cessful contestants are to stop at the Lindell Hotel one of the oldest and best known hostelries in the United States Now is the time to engage the attention- of I your friends and to have them save ballots or to subscribe for the paper and thus secure a standing when the first an nouncmeut of the votes is made The offer holds out three great inducements a visit to the city of St Louis a visit to the Louisiana Purchase Exposition or Worlds Fair and all while the national1 CQUventiou of Hibernians is insssson BbRNTRAEflER UERTEL It is a pleasure to announce the wed ding of Louis W Borntraeger and Miss Louise Hertel which will take place at St Josephs church at 8 oclock on the morning of Wednesday September 2 The wedding ceremony will be followed1 by a nuptial high mass The attendants I GeorgAe be Frank Hertel a brother of the bride tobe and Anthony Bauerle After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Borntraeger will1 take an eighteen days trip to Rochester Buffalo Niagara Falls Cleveland Cincinnati and Dayton They will be at home at 824 Twentyfourth street after Septem 20Mr Borntraeger is well known as a member of Mackin Council of the St Josephs Orphan Society the Delmont t Club and of the Letter Carriers Associa tion lIe has been connected with the Louisville postoffice department during the past eight years as letter carrier and has made frienda in all parts of the city The bride to be is the daughter of Mrsi Elizabeth Hertel of 1329 Quincy streett and is an estimable and popular young lady PERSONALS Daniel McSbane will leave next week to visit friends in Chicago Misses Nell and Katie Maloney of 428 East Ormsby avenue will leave next Wednesday for Shelbyville Ky Miss Maggie Maloney will leave for Harrodsburg Ky next week to spend the remainder of the summer as a guest of Mrs E N Harwood Michael T Callahan a popular em ploye ofC E Overstreet Co hu returned home after a pleasant visit to his brotherinlaw and sitter Mr and Mrs John Tieroey in St Louis f He also spent a few days with relative iin Alton III TtfromKayi I I o It n r ry c HAPPY DEATH Lebanon Youth Expired Soon After Becoming a Catholic Herbert Walston aged sixteen years died at the residence of his brother in Lebanon last Saturday morning The deceased was baptIzed and received the last sacraments on Thursday Although he became a Catholic a few days before death he had ever been an exemplary youth and was held in high esteem in the community His funeral took place from St Augustines church and was conducted by the Very Rev Father Joseph A Ho garty who spoke feelingly of the circum stance of the young mans death and of the beauty of his soul A large number of friends followed the remains to their last resting place in St Augustines ceme teryHerbert Walston had been ill of typhoid fever for several weeks and feeling that the end was near decided to take the step he had long contemplatedthat of becoming a Catholic He made his wishes known to his relatives who offered no objection to his wishes After receiving the last sacraments he said he felt hap pier and realized that he was going to dieShortly before the end came he kissed his father brother and four sisters good by and told them he would meet then in heaven A little later he died All who knew him in life had a good word for him in death HINTS ON STYLE The fall skirts are round without a hint of train and the whole costume has a decided oldworld flavor Taffeta has by the way defied spring prophecy and is high in favor initend of being out of style but foulard is un shelvednTight sleeves may be cut up and full undersleeves or the popular lingerie ruffles added A pcreline cape collar fichu or deep bertha will freshen an old bodice Louisine silks which earlier in the season threatened to elbow taffeta from the field are well liked though hardly so popular for whole costumes as their taffeta rivals New tailor costumes in homespun serge etc for early fall show a very moderate coat sleeve belling slightly at the wrist but since blouses still exhibit full sieves one is moved to wonder how the two will harmonize particularlyt orsmousseline dotted iu black is made into simple and charming frocks trimmed with miles of black Valenciennes edging tiny frills and with a suggestion of color introduced somewhere Brown bids fair to hold the favor it has gained and a brown tailor frock for autumn is an absolutely safe proposition A brown plaid wool skirt worn with a short brown taffeta coat trimmed with goldebuttons is a very smart affair The pereline the new sleeves and the fad for combining dissimilar materials- are boons to the woman who has to make over her old frocks It is hard to make a closefitting skirt into a full one but all the new skirts are not full from the waist band and the ndditioaof flounces will give an effect of fullness Another note of spring and summer modes which will apparently stay with us at least through the winter season is the popularity of the socalled fuchsia shades Many of the most attractive fall samples in cloth zibeline etc are in the reddish purples running the gamut from light to dark andwe shall undoubtedly see much of what we have called the dahlia shades with new varia tions upon the same coloring SIN AND SUFFERING The lines of suffering on almost every human countenance have been deepened ifnottfacgd there by unfaithfulness to conscience by depaffitrcs from duty To do Wrong is the surest way to bring suffering no wrong deed ever failed to bring it Those sins which are followed by no palpable pain are yet terribly avenged even In this life Theyabridge our capacity for happiness impair our relish for innocent pleasure and increase our sensibility to suffering They de spoil us of the armor of a pure conscience and trust in God without which we are naked amidst hosts of foes and are vul nerable by all thechanges of life Thus to do wrong is to inflict the surest injury on our peace No enemy can do us equal harm with what we do ourselves whenever or however we violate any moral or religious obligation NURSINO HIS WRATH Youll be sorry for this some day Howled t c son and heir as his father reo leased him from the position he had occupied across the parents knee Ill be sorry When When I get to be a manl You will take revenge by whipping you father when you are big and strong and I am old and feeble will you JohnnyNo sir blubbered Johnny rubbing himself but Ill spank your grandchil dren till they cant rest ONLY AN ACQUAINTANCE A clergyman some time since rather hurried while reading the funeral service over a corpse when he came to the words This our brother etc forgot whether the deceased was man or woman Turnidg therefore to one of the mourn ers who happened to be an Irishman he asked him Is this a brother or a sister Neither one nor the other replied Pat twas only an acquaintance Ii ILLUSTRATION OF A MIRACLE r An unbeliever naked au Irfeh priNt wtamiracte WM IIe give him a full u IS CY ttlt tt tt tt t t + HICKEYSAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY Proprietor Homo Telephone 384 248 W Jefie14so11 Wit- I a- ff+++++ +It 4 +F ++ t++ It It ++ M M tM M Mt Mt M H+++ JOHN IB FI2AAK WALTERS Clay=Street BreweryS- 12 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY +++ tt++H++ +t tt tt tt t t Hit t 4HMHHHHMMMHt t t t t FINE WINES CHAM- PAGNESAliKOLB t H 345 West Green Street WQUORS CIGARS tt It It It t tit tt It t It It+ tt tt+tt+ tt It+ ff4 HENRY C LAUERTELEPHONE 11O Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable1 407 JEFFERSON ST I 428 and 430 Branch House 905 West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGE Louis Wabnitz Co Proprietors STOtticiating I HAMMERS GflRDEN Coolest Place in the City Cool Refreshments MORBAGHS ORCHESTRA Concerts Daily Take Jacob Park car via Seventh street pfyoepix JHH par Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics OutingsSocials greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts SMOKE and ENJOY COONEY KENNEDYS CIGARSThey Are The Best Brands Made Monarch Gen DeWe- tIrishAmerican FLORA DE CASTILLO Finest 10 Cent Cigar Made B 7 W MxZin 8troo WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock L2Z W GREEN ST- WinesLiquorsCigars HOME PHONE 6352 Tom Bennetts EXCHANGE BEST 4 YEAR OLD WHISKEY 2 PER GAL WARM LUNCH ALL DAY N E Cor Preston and Jefferson explanation which did not satisfy the man who said Now wont your reverence give me an example of a miracle Well said the priest stand before me and Ill see what I can do1 As the unbeliever did so the priest gave him a tremendous kick from behind Did you feel that he asked- I did feel It sure enough II Well said thetwould be a miracle if you didnt 4 J5BENTON HARBOR AND RETURNIS Via Big Pour RouteTrain leave Louisville from Seventhstreet deport at 8 am Tuesday August 18 Goodie turning ten days from data of saleDent- on Harbor is located in the center of thee great fruit belt of Michigan Side trips on Like Michigan Information fur 1 MKENNA 1OIZ CALL swmsiyl SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN CENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out LOW EXCURSION RITES FROM LOUISVILLE VIA southern Railway 13005 DENVER PUEBLO COLO COLORADO SPRINGS and return on sale daily up to Sept 30th good returning s Oct 31st 1595 ASHEVILLE and nOT SPRINGS N C and return on sale othertSky anTPgSppWfcil esatlJes in the charming Mounts n districts orS Ctern North Carolina Land of the Skyt t application 3955 Hot Springs and return 4965 Salt Lake City Ogdeu and returp 5635 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 Ky G B Allen Asst Genl Pass Agent St Louis Mo H B Spencer Genl Manager St Louis Mo 4 BIG FOUR ROUTE S T- OIndianapolis Peoria CHICAGO AND AW POINtS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN LBEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River OFFICENo s j GATES KyWARREN AWMACWCINN JGeneral I i vineThe transgressorslundi feetr i No Cordelia a writer isnt nece a bog booaiuMbe lives bythis pen U r 1 Y ONTUOKY IRXeR AMJ3RJOAN v 4 o Kentucky Stove and Tinware Co Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Stoves Ranges Mantels Stovel Fittings Tinware Granite Ware I IMOTTS FURNACES AND KETTLES FRANK McDONOGH Manager 705 W Main Street 1 5xS S 3 SxS4 3x S S Sx8HS GEHER SON Com prete Assortment Latest Styles and Best Makes COOKING AND HBATI- NGSTOVES CAST AND STEEL RANGES 217 Market Street Near Second + 4 s+ + f+ 4 +I+ + I WATHENS 1 lice Cream and Sherbetsf HAVE THREE STRONG POINTS + 1 PURITY QUALITY PRICE If Try them and you will be convinced Cream shipped as far as 400 miles g tHOME TELEPHONES 2144 AND 3968 jji 629 EIGHTH STREET f 0000000000= 000000 00000 American Bottling WorksB- EST SODA and MINERAL WATERS iron Brew Na Gircnn Phosphate I3omo Phone 1 o Ill lf3 ali 1T 1t1E lE 1 Ei lF1 ll iE lk lEl MlllnooaftAonllmolltGompallESIONERS l ItITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE W- III II- II flonumeiits i IIArtlaUcWork Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy I 1I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET ii- nD It lLII uftDnHnHH ARI I i ENDS SPENCER Peoplentnand Expert For Business Good Employment and Success Jt CALL ON WRITe VOn FUU INFORMATION k U11OR BOIIMl Bllt D J 0Jw 1 tfc Ii DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN 1m I Douflnerto s K6611a1- 1UNDERTAKERS g f U II 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth mt HOME TIiLITP IO 1240 1m I I All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night OarItringcs Furnished for All Occasions- D mII Dougherty Homo Telephone 2915 lit jf flffii V VV I I I aesr te tnt ent fesr jd0077l eep in97Nt 1 Penmfllljflll t I Sharirltan a m qBl rilillfCTleyrap7r at fend rJttalyuci V n j ulsyilleXyS 1 Seven experienced teachers eacht ne a jpeclalist in his line We are now in our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged School building in the South Visitors always welcome School open all year students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT President kT STATIONERS PRINTERS BINDERS OKSELLERS The Bradley OiIberICE10- 0RroaTSD Blank Bouti Paper Box Manufacturers t Reenlaew4 Mi Hammond TjrpwrrlUr for Kintwky TyHwK d4IpANlI Ribbon etcIehlnI 1 Cor Third irf Srim Sts LOUISVILLE KY u u 1 1r r IRISH FIELD DAY FERN GROVE AUGUST Zz IRELAND Record of the Host Important o the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The scare created in Waterford City by the appearance of a case of smallpox has somewhat abated- A brave boy named Murphy drowned at Newry recently after recuing two com panions from a watery grave Henry OBrien eighteen years old fell from a tree at Ballintubber and sustained injuries which caused his death Mrs Dillon wife of Valentine B Dillon formerly Lord Mayor of Dublin t died at her residence Lismara last week The Hon John ODonnell M P and W J Cunane will address a meeting o the United Irish League at Robeen to morrowA containing five men capsized in the Lagan neer Belfast and two of the occupants named McConnell were drownedAt Cork summer assizes Justice Barton gave Edward Lynch a verdict o 10 damages against Sergeant Cole on the groundof false arrest Robert Gault an Orangeman died as result of being hit with a stone while marching in the Orange parade on July 13 He lived several weeks after bein hitDr Ambrose M P John ODonnell M P and W J Cune will address meet ings of the United Irish League at Carna con and Killawalla one week from tomor rowKing Edward is the first King of Great Britain and Ireland to ride on a steam railway in Ireland In 1821 George IV visited Ireland but there were no rail ways then- Richard Brady the twelveyearold son of Matthew T Brady while riding a bi cycle in Phoenix Park collided with an automobile and sustained injuries which caused his death The Pall Mall Gazette recently stated that Dublin mills produced better poplin than nny other city in the world The demand for the fablic has increased very much during the past year The Hon J P Farrell and Denis Kil bride both members of Parliament will address tlieEast Clare Divisional Execu live of the United Irish League at Tulla today Officers will be elected The no rent campaign on the asso elated estates near Boyle has collapsed since the money in the treasury has been exhausted The tenants have decided toI accept the landlords terms two years and half costs- Vaidals recently broke into St Josephs Catholic church and also into the Protest ant church at Carrickmacross and robbed the poor boxes of their contents A man named Lynch and his son have been ar rested on suspicion During his recent visit to Ireland King Edward VII presented new colors to the Royal Hibernian Military School in the Vicerc nl Garde e teen the fact that he had performed a similar ceremony there fifty years before when he was Prince of Wales Chief Magistrate Wall announces that Dublin is a sober city During the recent visit of the King and Queen when ex citement was great less than half a dozen persons were arrested for drunkenness In Kingstown not a single case of drunkenness was reported Mrs Ellen McKee the postmistress at Tubbermore near Belfast and who was recently arrested in Montreal charged with embezzling postoffice money has confessed She Alleges her drunken husband lad left her and her children destitute thus causing her to commit the crimecIn opening the County Waterford as sizes Justice Johnson addressing the a grand jury said he wished to congratu late the people on the peaceful state of the county He also stated that the same peacefulness appeared in every crown court in which he presided during the circuitThe Rev Father Anderson 0 S A died in Dublin a short time ago Father Augustine was for many years connected with the church of Sts Augustine and John and was an intense Irish National 1st Only A few weeks ago he unveiled the John Boyle OReilly monument in Dowth churchyard He was sixtythree years old and popular with all classes Messrs Malcolm Bailey and Callahan are the three Commissioners now touring Ireland investigating the suitability of the PirrieIveagh motor transportation at scheme Mr Malcolm is the engineer ing expert Mr Bailey is an agent of the Southeastern Railway Company whose business it will be to report on the transport facilities while Mr Callahan is 1 to fix the rates- According b to Government reports when the summer asalzea convened in the following o counties there was nothing for the courts lodo as no crime had been I committed AntritnDoypa and Loudoa i UNDER AUSPICES OF THE 1n6i6nt Or06r or tiib6rnians BASE BALL 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 930 a m and 130 p m Good Music deny in Ulster Carlow Dublin Kilkenny Louth Westmeath Wexfo and Wicklow in Leinster and Waterford aoafe importance were presented e other conntles in Irelan- dTvTBNTORI 1 Ltttlo Mary Crone Who Wed Wcdncsda July 1 1903 A little flower with fragrance rich andI sweet Came into our lives one day Making our happiness complete And casting all cares away This little slower blooms today tAheaven hothouse plant And our deer little Mary supplementfBloom blossom there our little darting Until that happy time When God calls us to His glory Reunited with love sublime But content our hearts without you We never can Mary dear gravefwe consoling tearsMAL RECENT DEATHS The many friends of Mr and Mrs ofgthe death of their infant son Patrick aged eleven months and twentyfive days The funeral took place from the family residence 1038 Eighth street Tuesday morningMrs Kate OHare aged fortythree years died at Sts Mary and Elizabeths Hospital on Friday afternoon of last week She had been ill for several weeks and suffered from a complication of dis eases Her husband Edward OHare died several years ago The funeral took place front St Louis Bertrauds church at 3 oclockSunday afternoon Miss Dora Asher the estimable daugh ter of Mrand Mrs William Asher died at the family residence 1223 Delaware street on Monday morning The funeral took place from the Church of the Sacred Heart at 0 oclock Wednesday morning Miss Asher was an estimable young woman and her parents have the symI patby of many friends in their bereave ment Miss Florence A McShane agedI twentytwo years died at the residence of her sister Mrs J A Davis 025 East Walnut street last Sunday night TheI funeral took place from St Aloysius church Tuesday morning She had been ill a long time but bore her suffer ings with Christian fortitude Her family is receiving the sympathy of the entire community Mrs Nellie Rickert an estimable young matron died Monday afternoon Her funeral took place from the residence of her father John W Whitman 1080 Willow avenue at 930 oclock Wed nes iif from St DriRlds chur hiian hour latK The deceased j as only twentytwo gear361 tfileaves a large circle of friends to sympathize with the family in mourning her loss The funeral of Andrew Grainger an elder brother of his Honor Mayor Charles F Grainger took place at 4 oclock Tues day afternoon The interment was in Cave Hill cemetery The deceased was born in Louisville sixty years ago At the outbreak of the civil war he entered the Confederate army and served until its close when he returned to Louisville Twenty years ago he removed from j Louisville to Chicago and later to Mem phis During the past ten years he has j been a resident of Little Rock He was visiting in Buffalo when his death oc- urred Mayor Grainger was with him when the end came The deceased leaves widow and two children Mrs Mary T Flatken wife of John Flatken a grocer at 2010 Sleven streetll met death in a deplorable accident last Sunday night Mr and Mrs Flatkeu went to the depot at First and Water in company with relatives and friends who had come to Louisville in the morning to visit them In alighting from the train Mrs Flatken was wedged between the platform and the cars and was injured- so horribly that she died a few minutes later The deceased was twentyseven years old sad leaves a wide circle of acquaintances who sympathize with her husband is his great bereavement The funeral took place from St Anthonys church Twentythird and Market streets 9 oclpck Wednesday morning The Very Rev gather Leo officiated OHIOS GRAND COUNCIL 1 1 Tile Grand Council of the Young ens Institute Ohio jurisdiction will ei held at Wapakpneta on September 13 14 andI6 or one week earlier than irigitwllvIntended Wapakoneta Council issMkiMg great progress is arranging in or the cUBfort Hdentertalatn nt pi the viet c tl HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGcneral- News Notes The County Board meets Monday Division 3 holds its regular meeting nightrA new division has been organized in Addison N Y Five candidates were obligated by DI- vision 11 of Providence R I at its last meetingMore than 4000 people attended the field day games given by the Hibernians of Rochester recently Baseball was a big feature Picked teams from Dlvisibns 1 and 0 of Buffalo N Y will give an exhibition of rifle shooting at a picnic to beheld for St Patricks church on Wednesday nextNew greatpreparations which is being held today Many of the greatest athletes in the United States are entered in the various contests The eleven divisions of the order in Baltimore gave a big picnic on Thursday of last week A week previous 1600 members of tie order in Baltimore held a smoker to awaken enthuslam for the picnicState Secretary Will T Meehan is loud in his praise of treatment received in Washington from P J Haltigan editor of the National Hibernian District Sec retary Dolan and Brothers McEvoy and GallagherDivision 0 of the Hibernian Rifles in Jersey City will hold a summer nights Festival on next Wednesday Various divisions from Bayonne and Elizabeth port will attend the affair A street parade will be a feature Division 1 of Providence has a new degree tenth which will exemplify the full tourdegrees on the first Sunday in Sep tember Twentyfive candidates are to be initiated Members of this same di vision recently organized a military com pany Duluth Hibernians expect to have a new hall before long Members of Division 1 met in that city a few days ago and decided to go ahead with the project It is intended to have a reading room and library in connection with the lodge roomDivisions 10 and 17 of Providence ii- I and St Patricks branch of the Irish Catholic Benevolent Union are making arrangements for a joint picnic on Labor day It has been decided to offer a purse of 100 to the winning nine in a baseball game The Hibernians of Pawtucket led the way in Rhode Island in doing honor to the memory of Robert Emtnet the pa triot and martyr Now ilivlsioa 6 of Providence R I ismaking plans for big Emmelcelebration to be held on S u- dyttigust nI 23 The national officers have decided that any members of the order coming to the United States from England Ireland or Scotland by giving satisfactory evidence of his membership can through transfer card become a member of any division inthis country and be entitled to all social and financial benefits BASEBALL The Frank Goss baseball team and th Butchertown nine will cross bats a Eclipse Park tomorrow afternoon Ti game will be called at 315 oclock sharp The Goss nine is considered the cham ion amatuer team of Kentucky and the record made this year is admirable The Butchertown team has administered three defeats to the Recdus club which was considered the most formidable rival of the flosses In all respects both clubsI are able to put up a first class article off baseball and although the Louisville professional players are away the fans will have an opportunity to see an exciting game The admission fee will be fifteen and twentyfive cents Ladles will be admitted free- MOLDERS 9ij PICNIC Iron Molders Union No JO will give its fortyfourth annual picnic at Phoenix Hill Park on Monday next The com mittee on arrangements is made up ofr President John Cavanaugh Fred Brady t George Fischer John Morris Charles Hanz Henry Weigand Mike Reupp t i George Nicolas and John Berckle This union is one of the oldest one of the most substantial End one of the most conservative labor bodies in the city andl deserVes a large crowd Ludwigs union band will furnish music for dancing Admission to the grounds will be only ten cents Dancing will be twentyfive cents LOUIS LACHAT RETURNS Louis Lacbat is back from Mooreaville utter a weeks outing greatly improved health He is treating all callers afire BluegrasB Exchange in a ban wannerfo A Y P 4 NIC BOSLERSHOTEL 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 LOUIS ILLB KY s+ The Gas ft ROGers BOOk GO SSigCI BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES 1- S OF EVERY DESCRIPTION I J 1J+ 3bO3b tit Jfexson Street ll 000000000 OOOOOOUOCO Cumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 TIIIC + m WlmM Wm COMPANYS- OLIT BRATED Draught andBottled BeerSSold at All All Lending Bars anti Cotes RENOWNED FOR PURITY STRENGTH AND EXCELLENT FLAVOR GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky + M +I +I + IMMMHMHHHMM4MHHMMM+ m+ +f+I f4 + I NiII SPECIAL H MondayAugust putincentsALL WORK GUARANTEED FOR ONE YEAR I JBRUNNJEWELEROld Gold and Silver bought and exchanged 530 W Market opp Eckert Hotel 4 M M M M o M M + M + N M M + +++++Mf+++ H N4+ +f++++ t FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlersj ouisVjcrEiEr fear + f fEArlltAtBRiC OFICnscadens Ice Cream + + + t + + I I MMHMI I I I + t I + HMMMMHt I t +f WILLIAM BORGMANNDistillers Agent and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in ntCIGARS eOwner of GLENBROOK Brand HandMade Sour Mash Whiskey Bottled In Bond Homo Phone 6264 2141618 SEVENTH STREET 1UiDIUU UU UUAUDIUUUJI I Oran WSmiths Sons I Jj Funeral Directors I IIiI IgI = MISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant end Embalmer jICarriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notl I MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT eII iIiI w HH Ru TELEPHONE 810II DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener1 Beer BREWED BY SENN Be ACKERMA x1EiwI G coi1PA ji eIBPORATEITEUKPHONE 402 OUIu lliYCyX- rr Q