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I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XINO 8 LOUISVILLE SA tJRBAY AUGUST 22 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS NEW IRELAND William Lynch Entertaining Story of Affairs In t Old Erin Prosperity nnrt Union Are Now AwaUlnff the Advent of Freedom liaw of Silent Contempt Hn Brought About a Won drous Change MUSIC OH THE BROAD OCEAN William Lynch the retail dry good and notions merchant at 140 East Marke street returned home on Friday nigh of last week after a twomonths trip Six weeks of this time was spent in Ire land while the other two weeks were spent in going to and coming from his nature land Mr Lynch talked entertainingly of his trip to a representative of the Kentucky Irish American Verily Mr Lynchs story of the transformation that has taken place in Ireland is one that ought to carry unspeakable joy to every heart that draws a drop of Irish blood It means that Ireland is pros perous that Ireland is united Certainly union and prosperity should bring free dom Mr Lynch says himself If you travel In Ireland for comfort and to obtain the best results you shoulc travel In parties of three Otic gets lone some two tire of the company but the third makes the crowd happy I visited the counties Cork Waterford Kilkenny and Clare and saw a marvelous trans formation In place of the oldtime dis content and poverty I saw prosperity content and an enthusiastic reception to King Edward The greater part of my sojourn in Ireland I spent with my brother and sisters In the County Cork x They were all well contented and happy It was my first visit home iu seventeen yearsThe List thing that struck me was an answer to a question I askedof an Irish man In Queenstown when I landed In response to my query as to the general condition of affairs in Ireland he it janw eerily and without he5tt- tion Castles are crumbling ant cot tages are going up I was agreeably surprised but I soon saw that he was right On reaching home I found that o the rents had been cut in half since I was there seventeen years ago And I found that all the farmers in the South of Ireland are not only doing well with their crops but have money in bank In Cork Waterford Kilkenny and Clare I found the same conditions prevailing and from reliable authority I learned that the same state of affairs existed all over Ireland It was good news and I received it all with a hundred thousand welcomes but they told me that the agricultural classes in Ireland were better off now than the same class of people in England Scotland or Wales I was in the city of Cork when King Edward and Queen Alexandria visited there I saw them three times in one day They were greeted with an en thusiastic welcome by 90000 people while OipOO Droops were In line The people yelievii King Edward has the will and wilt find the way to do them a great deal of good Mr Lynch stated that his brother and sisters were farmers in Ireland and that all of them were doing we1lHe found American plows and American machinery in use everywhere because they were lighter and more durable than the Eng o lisp agricultural implements The farms are all fenced with iron and supported with atone piers quite an improvement over the rail fences of Kentucky Every farm has a neat comfortable farm house and on every farm an acre is set apart for each laborer and his family and each laborer has his own slate cot tage with flowers before the door I tell Ireland The Irish haveyou it is a new come Into their own again thank God What brought it about Ill tell you the silent and unwritten law against the grabber It Is no longer called a boy cott Say a tenant is evicted The man who takes bis place is called a grabber No one speaks to him No one looks at him No one buys his product No one buys his dairy produce He will have to go at least forty miles before he can find some one to shoe his horse There is neither threat nor intimidation only silent contempt Even the school children epter Into the spirit of the affair and young as they are will not play with the grabbers children That has broken up land grabbing and has broken the landlords Elegant demesnes are lying Idle with no one but caretakers In charge The owners are In a foreign land and flat broke Silent contempt did the work One merchant In Youghal bought a small amount of wool from a land grabber For six months thereafter and the three adnot one person in that joirig perishes bought one pennysworth from him He was not threatened He was merely ignored and was well nigh broke when he went before the United Irish Leagues Executive Board and promised never to buy anything else frost a la4lrbberHe kept his word awl hk buaiaess bas resumed its normal condition tt kriLyiicH say says that he found that 1i3 IdehAUNriaw were returning to I o TIreland and taking upland and he be lieves that within the next year many more will follow suit particularlythoJe of middle age who long to see again the shamrockcovered soil of their birtt There is a welcome for all in Ireland says Mr Lynch save the landlord and the grabber lIe was also well please with his ocean trip and met many nice people both going and coming from Ireland On the way to this country there were many Irlsh Americans and just enough English and Scotch to malt things interesting They hall man pleas ant arguments and discussed everything Including the new Ireland the negro and the Kentucky mountain feuds And said Mr Lynch The pleasantest feature was the last concert we had aboard ship Nine out of twelve members were Irish In the crowd were five priests en route horn from Rome One of them was an American and a convert He had a magnificent voice and no one had to beg him tto sing On this last night he sang an Italian air that was beautiful In response to an encore he sang Kathleei Mavourneen and he made the old ship rock What do you suppose he sang next My Old Kentucky Home I dont know when appreciated anything as much r SUDDEN DEATH Richard Langan Succumber to Heart Failure On Thursday The news that Richard W Langan had died unexpectedly caused a shock tothe entire community when itbecame knows last Thursday morning Dick Langan as he was familiarly known had friend and acquaintances all over the city Probably he was the best known young IrishAmerican in Louisville where lie was born raised and received his education lIe was an apt scholar an agree able conversationalist and a great mimic although he rarely ever exhibited his powers of mimicry except before a small coterie of personal friends He had at inexhaustible fund of humorous stories but never told a yarn no matter how trivial that would hurt the feelings of the humblest Mr Langan was also a fluent and versatile writer and fora number of years was the local theatrical cor respondent for several New York and Cincinnati papers Occasionally he dropped into humorous verse Dick Langan was born in Louisville about thirty six years ago His lathe sled irhilt hEtva3iduitEtrsmaii tioyiiiid his care and education was left to hit mother Mrs Julia E Langan Like the good IrishAmerican mother that she was she gave her son every advantage that her means would allow At an early age he left school and entered the service of the Bradley Gilbert Company lIe was apt and energetic and for a number of years served them in the capacity of shipping clerk This did not interfere with his social duties so that he found time for writing for the newspapers occa sionally and for the study of music He servedseveral terms as President of the Louisville Mandolin and Guitar Club About twelve years ago he was appointed one of the Assistant License Inspectors a position which he held at the time of his death He was from boyhood an earnest worker in the ranks of the Democratic party Mr Langan was a member of the Knights of Columbus and of the Louis yule Lodge B P O Elks He had beer ill for sortie time past but did not take to his bed until Monday Even then he arose occasionally though he felt that the end was near The Rev Charles P Raffo was with him and administered the last sacraments shortly before his death The funeral takes place at 9 oclock this morping from St Charles Borromec church LABOR CARNIVAL Promises to Be a Grand Suc cess In Every Par ticular Arrangements for thegrand carnival to be held under the auspices of Central Labor Union to begin on Labor day are rapidly progressing and at a meeting of the Executive Committee held Wednesday night 1400 tickets were distributed among three unions The committee announced that it had on hand 3000 tickets in books of ten which will be distributed as rapidly as possible among the various labor unions The object of the carnival is to secure funds for the erection of a Labor Temple or hall In which all labor bodies may hold their meeting Ben J Sand hair man of the Booth Committee reported that a number of booths had been taken All of the subcommittees reported satis factory progress The Committee ot Publicity and Promotion reported that Dr Walker B Gossett would be chief of the medical staff during the carnival All reports indicate that the carnival will be a success BW EUCHRE The Ladles Auxiliary of the Chirit Club are making arrangements for a big euchre to be given at Bertrand Hall Sixth street between Oak and St Cathe rlne on the evening of Tuesday SePtem- ber 32 A large number of elegant prim will be awarded Use wiauerer The Charity pubs UendqiMirfcrt at 1375 Sev nt- hauhaftb hndassefurnWeds n en C 1 GREAT GAELICKf GAMES Will Be Held at Fern Grove Tomorrow atvthe Second Annual Field Payof the Ancient Order of Hibernians V o t oJl ji Ball Game Between St Louisi Knights of Columbus and Local Hiber5 VM j ffnians Promises To Be Very Interesting I r Immense Crowd Will Be Amply Cared Fpr By The Committees Who Have the Affair their Control unt Tomorrow the Ancient Order of Hibernian of this city will hold their second annual Irish field day at Fern Grove The field day held last year was such a success that the rank and file of the order determined to make these pontests of skill and strength an annual feature of their entertainments The various divisions under the supervision ftheI indusltriOUS1Ymake this years event a success socially financially anti from an athletic stand point So well did the committees do their work that people outside of Louis vile became interested and as a result many Ilibernians and Knights of Colum bus of St Louis will come to Louisville tomorrow morning bringing with them a ball team composed of members of St Louis councils of the Knights of Colum bus The St Louis base ball team will play against a team of Louisville Hiber nians and as both clubs are composed of splendid athletes a great contest is ex pectedA meeting of the County Board was held Monday night with County President Sullivan in the chair and reports were made by the chairmen of various committees It might be described as a meeting of oratory so enthusiastically did the members report in detail the arrangements that had been made for the comfort and entertainment of all who attend the field day tomorrow Addresses were made by President Tynan of Division 1 President Ford of Division 2 President Hennessy of Division 4- JoaephP M cGbH Mark Ryan J Roger Nohally Owen Keiran and Joseph Han raban Mr Nohalty said he was on hand to learn what the athletes of other divisions were doing Chairman Dolan of the Games Com mittee reported that the West End Hi berniaus had decided upon the following team for their side in the tugofwar John Joyce Mike OHare Thomas OHare M J Hoban Pat Ridge and Thos Noon J P McGinn of Division 4 said that be was happy to report that he had picked a team of Hibernians in Limerick that would outpull those of the West End He announced his team nannannanmcnnnannannnnnanY VVVVVVYVVVVVVVVVVVvVVVV SUGGESTIONS From Ban Speaker Cause Con tral Committee to Arrange An Entertainment Attendance Vas Largo Despite Warm Weather and Interest Was Great Disability Fund Will Bo Up For Discussion at Next Meeting ALL MEMBERS ASKED TO ATTEND The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America held its regular meeting on Friday night of last week and despite the season of the year the attendance was large President Reichert Vice President Holley Treasurer Rapp Secretary Martin Charles Falk Thomas Dignan and several other of the regu lars were not only present but enlivened the meeting with addresses Ben Speaker was loudly cheered when he put in an thlefactous story and timely suggestions Albert Martin Chairman of the Directory Committee reported progress C A Hill of the organization committee re ported progress but stated that owing to the weather comparatively little work was being done Branch 7 of New Albany sent iu its resignation which was accepted All bills presented were ah lowed President Reichert expressed his pleas ure at seeing Mr Speaker present and after referring to his oftrepeated work in behalf of charity stated that he hoped the Entertainment Committee would cooperate with Mr Speaker who had made several good suggestions relative to ah entertainment and bad volunteered his services to aid the Central Committee in carrying out his IdOn motion oif Newton G Rogers the committs sweat mously deckled to begin preparsUmw for t Ias follows Rick Quinn James Wolf Joe McCarthy StevlDunigan John Hickey and James Kea ealy Chairman Dolan reported that he had several entries for cackpf the athletic events Thomas Quinff of Division 3 reportedtHat his committee had taken care ofthe prizes Tb fit of the events and prizesjsas follows One jiff ndietj yards dash fine umbella- Twohundred yardsfdash pair shoes Hop step and jumpioeking chair Runniug high jjump three shirts Running broad jump fine umbrella Putting sixteen poqud shot hat Throwing twelve pound hammer load of coal Ji Potato race hat 1r Boys race under fourteen years set of fGirls r years hand some cup fThreelegged race tw6 cases beer Ball game between Knights of Colum bus ofSt Louis and Eouisville Hiber nians silver cup kCon Ford made his report oti advertis ing which showed that the field day was being well advertised ejerywhere Ed ward Mackey will have a quartet aboard one of the boats to entertain the excur sionists with vocal selections President Hennessy reported thatill arrangements had been made to furnishing refreshments In response to nmerolH requests State 0 Secretary Meehati told the memo bers of the County oferd what he had seen and heard during bis recent visit to Atlantic City Was iIngtoa D C and Ph1tadeljKsfa 1 ei51e werepleaeed with his description of the way Hiber nians conducted things iu the East Mr Meehan also presented the members with copies of the Irish alphabet and the Lords prayer in Irish A letter from Frank G Cunningham Traveling Passenger Agent of the Louis vill Henderson St Louis Railway Company was read and received with interest Mr Cunningham announced that his excursion party would leave St Louis tonight and reach Louisville at 7 oclock tomorrow morning Besides the members of the baseball team many prominent Knights of Columbus will vvvvvvvvvvvv an entertainment All branches affiliat ing with the Central Committee will be requested to take tickets and dispose of them President Reichert Urged all present to attend the next meeting and to bring their colleagues Thomas Sheehan of St Michaels branch made a short but pointed address that was well received The Entertain ment Committee was instructed to get up the proposed entertainment and was given full power to act Before the meet ing closed President Reicbert announced that the disability fund wilt be discussed at the next meeting The Entertainment Committee promises novel and entertaining programme at the little affair which it will gijre jn September It is believed that all the tickets will be sold before the doors are opened Ata subsequent meeting of the Enter tainment Commiutee held at Newton G Rogers office it was decided to give a dramatic musical and literary entertain ment at St Marys school hall on Eighth near Grayson street on the even- Ing of Monday October 12 Ben Speaker was made general manager a position for which he is In every way fitted He is now looking over several dramas and promises to have the best amateur actors in the city in the cast The musical and literary numbers will be of a high order 1 NEW MAGNATES Dennis J McNamara Is Los see of the Capital Theater Dennis J McNamara of Frankfort LoulslvUletheatrical magnate The formal tranS- fer from the former managers to Mr McNamara thenewllessee of the Cap ital Theater took place during the preY ent week Mr McNamara is an ener getic young IrishAmerican and prom nent in the Catholic affairs of Prankfort and deserves success No doubt the Capital Theater will enjoy unbounded prosperity under his able management The season will open onday Sep tember 14 with the Harris Parkinson Company The pew lepse has booked a score of good attrttctioM theta far and prowls high class entertainments throughout the seasoni n o come oti the excursion amon them Mr Darronsett Grand Knight of the council at Galveston Texas who made such ia hit at the recent meeting of the American Federation of Catholic Societies Mem bers of the ball team will be escorted to the Louisville Hotel for breakfast after which the excursionists will go to mass at the Cathedral or wherever they see fit The committee appointed to receive the visitors is made up of Thomas Walsh William M Higgins Mark Ryan John Mulloy and Mike Tynan The lineup for the ball game will be as follows A O H Position K G Higgins Catcher Kinsella Hanrahau Pitcher Lamb Keenan First Base Murphy Mackey Second Base Kiley Dwan Third Base Burke Sexton Short Stop Flood Maher Left Field Lally Barry Center Field Reilly Cooney Right Field Connell Hugh Higgins catcher for the locals will act as captain of his team while Second Baseman Kiley will captaitr the St Louis team The visitors will wear grey uniforms with red stockings The locals will wear blue uniforms with green stockingsAll excursion boats on the river have been chartered for the day The morning boats will not leave until 10 oclock In order to allow all to attend mass The afternoon boats will leave the first street wharf at 130 oclock A union band will discourse popular Irish musiconeachbosh it concert band will render a carefully selected pro gramme at the picnic grounds Every Irish man woman and child in the city is invited to attend the field day Tickets are twentyfive cents Children under twelve years will be admitted free of chargeArrangements have been made by the Refreshment Committee whereby John M Mulloy the well known coffee and tea dealer at 214 West Market will furnish coffee on the grounds Everybody knows that Mulloys coffee is the next thing to nectar Wathen will serve the ice cream and other refreshments oo STEADY NERVESE Prevented a Panic On the Sun set Excursion of Catholic Womans Club Electrical Storm Accompanied by Wind and Rain Rooked the Boat Good Music and Great Euchre Enjoyed After the Scare LADIES DESIRE TO THANK PATRONS The sunset excursion of the Catholic Womans Club last Wednesday evening was a complete success despite the fact that a severe electrical storm disturbed the serenity of many of the excursionists for a few minutes Even in this trying time the great majority displayed great presence of mind About 750 people were on the boat and nearly all of these were ladiesThe steamer Columbia carried the ex cursionists up the river and when the boat pulled out from the Pirst street wharf the clouds that bad hovered over the city during the early part of the afternoon had cleared away The happy excursionists had every expectation of enjoying pleasant evening The fresh river breeze put a keen edge on the appetites of all Mrs William Smith Mrs Marcus Doerhoefer Miss Rose Ann Quinn and a score more of ladies single and married presided over the culinary department and dispensed coffee sand wiches and other refreshments Every body had abundance and the enjoyment was at Its height when suddenly from the west came a dark lowering cloud Shoved along by a gale that grew rapidly Into a fierce wind it soon appeared to have the boat with its load of hamau freight at its mercy Then came werepatliharricaeedegk the first sight of tpeapproachingaonii t Xr1 so that the main deck was very much crowded The wind wpttherainacrqsi from one side to the other and many of the ladies were drenched to the skit and had their handsome costumes ruined To add to the discomfiture an electrics storm helped along the wind and rain The sharp flashes of lighting and the long rolls of thunder made many fee very uncomfortable Suddenly a fierce blast of wind struck the boat and turning her halfway round forced her over to tin Indiana side and almost against the bank The wind was such that the pilot could not controll the1 boat As the noise made by thepaddle wheels grating on the ground reachthe ears many of the women and notafew of the men grew very much alarmed One lady tainted and remained unconscious for sometime but the great majority showed rare presence of mind Then the rain ceased to fall the wind abated and the river was as serene as if the storm had never occurred The boat swung out into the river and pursued her journey with all in a good humor and thankful for their speedy de liverance though many were very wet The musical programme was given after the storm and was thoroughly en joyed It was given under the direction of Mrs Fred Harig Jr who also acted as accompanist Mrs Harrig is an ac complished musician and never falls tc please The first number was a soprano solo rendered by Miss Josephine Iloertz rendered in her usual excellent style Miss Catherine JtfcClusky followed with a vocal solo and Miss Nettie Hollenkamp gave a violin solo that was well received William Meade a young baritone from Shelbyville rendered several selections that greatly delighted the crowd Every number on the programme was encored Another enjoyable feature of the ex cursion was the eUchre It was certainly great and many handsome prizes were distributed The one trouble was that there were more prizes for men than there were men to play euchre The reverend clergy were represented on the boat by Fathers William Gause pohl George Cone and Bernard Cunningham Dr Joseph W Fowler and John Coleman rendered valuable assistance to the ladies of the Catholic Womans Club The ladies desire to thank all friends and patrons who assisted them to make their firs excursion a success YOUNG SEMINARIAN Spending His Vacation With His Parents In This City j Desire De Fraine Miller whose home is in Louisville but who is preparing himself for the priesthood was a welcome visitor to the Kentucky Irish American office on Wednesday Mr Miller is a bright young seminarian and was born at Lebanon Ky the old home of the late Archbishop Martin John Spalding of Baltimore and of the present Bishop Lancaster Spalding of Peoria He has taken his final course in philosophy at Notre Dame University Indiana where he spent two years Previous to that he spent several years studying in Balti more At present he is spending his vacation with his parents in Louisville Mr Miller has exhibited considerable histrionic ability and several times ap eared at Cardinal Wolesley in Henry VIII at Notre Dame dramatic exercises Mr Miller is an interesting conversa ionalist and talks instructively of Notre Dame and university life He expects to leave Louisville about September 8 buts undecided whether to pursue his course of theology in a Canadian university or in the American college in Rome This young man has made mahy friends in xmisyille during his brief vacatio- nREMEMBERED By iHis Parishioners Was the Rev Father Leonard Reich The Rev Father Leonard Reich of St Vnthonys Jeffersonville who will soon leave for his new charge at St Francis College Trenton N J was agreeably urprised Monday night by the members of his congregation Father Reich has been attending to the duties of the Rev Father John P OConnell pastor of St lugustinea church while the latter is aking a vacation and consequently was notl1t home when his parishioners called Father Reich was sent for and was met at the door by Jacob Sadler who on behalf of the parishioners presented the beloved ilergyman with a purse filled with coins Father Reich was hardly able to control his emotion when he responded The Very Rev Father Leo Greulich pastor of St Anthonys church Louis vUJe and Rev Father Recktenwald of Syracuse N Y also made brief addresses The reception and presentation vas managed by Messrs Jacob Sadler acob Beisel Adam Leibel and others ST WILLIAMS CONCERT The people of St Williams congrega Lou at Thirteenth and Oak streets are preparing to give a concert In the school ha11 next Wednesday night The Rev Father Murphy has greatly endeared himself to his congregation and to show heir appreciation his people are making very endeavor to insure the success of the coming concert In addition to the musical numbers Mr D D Miller a ardent for the priesthood now visiting bls parenta in Louisville has consented tb recite MBugtne Arams Dream paring the evening fifty valuable ijUclis will bed 1K bytoC Ir trd GRAND COUNCIL Of the Kentucky Young Mans Institute Attracts Interest SeveralNew Councils Will Prob ably Send DelegatcsNext Month Supremo Secretary OUrlon Will Bo Present to Encourage the Visitors THE ORDER GROWING IN HAWAII Catholic young men all over Kentucky are very much Interested In the forth coming meeting of the Grand Council ckyjurisdictioncity September 20 21 and 22 Many councils have elected delegates and the three local councils have appointed tom mittees to receive and entertain their jurisdiction Grand Secretary George J Lautz has to Owensboro organizecil will begin with about fortyfive charter members Formerly there was a council of the Young Mens Institute at Owensboro but it droppediiout of exist ance about five years ago It was known as Sorin Council It is believed that the new organization will meet a better fate Among the prominent members of the AUKustGraf r A A Oberst Anthony Baseheart A B Oberst Robert Conner James Conuer Albert Herman Clyde McAtee John Wlschel W F Everard Joseph Winter Albert L Kunze Charles Dorn Charles Barber Albert Laub George Ams John Herman W Q Hay and P F Manning On Sunday August 30 Grand Secre tary Lautz will organize a new council at Bardstown with about thirtyfive agoOConnell dia prominent part Grand Council of the Kentucky Young Mens Institute Owingto lack of interest It dropped out Nowaxnuapberofentu riaingx yopung haveIAmong prominent members are John M Cooney the genial editor of the Nelson Connty Record John E Newman Ben Johnson Thomas Moore Jesse Rapier Steve Rapier Barber Baldwin Guy Baldwin Harrol Hurst Bernard Hurst Frank Smith Dr J E Smith James B Cooney Daniel J Talbott P Whelan Jr Jackson Blincoe Boone Rapier John Moore and others Supreme Secretary James OBrien vis ited Maysville during the latter part of this week with a view to organizing a new council It is believed that he can secure sixty members and a report from him is anxiously awaited Tomorrow Mr OBrien will address the members of Lafayette Council of Newport This council is in splendid shape but it is de sired to arouse new interest among the members Mr OBrien will also visit Sheridau Council of Bellevue tomorrow afternoon where he will deliver an ads dress and encourage the members On Monday Mr OBrien will visit Conners ville Ind where he will organize a new council On Tuesday and Wednesday the Supreme Secretary will attend the sessions of the Grand Council of the Inv liana jurisdiction After that he will visit several other towns in Indiana and Illinois for the purpose of organizing new councils Mr OBrien will time his vis its so that he will be able to attend the Grand Councils of Kentucky and Ohio The nineteenth Grand Council Pacific jurisdiction which includes California tad Nevada met in San Francisco Mon lay Tuesday and Wednesday of this ivrek The reports of the Grand Secre any show that the Pacific jurisdiction tow has fifty councils and nearly 6OOQ umbers in the two States Supreme President P J Keirce attended the meeting He has recently returned from the Hawaiian Islands Mr Kierce visited three councils and reports that they area a flourishing condition and with bril lint prospects for the future Among the local members interest is growing in the election of Grand officers James B Kelly the hustling member of Trinity Council has announced his candidacy for Grand President Trinity Council entertained its mem nightIaG affair was held for the purpose of allow ng the new members to become acquainted and in order to make it dfffer ent from any other smoker no time was wasted on speeches MORE TRAPPIST MONKS Another delegation refugeeTrappMt nonks who were exiled from France ender the congregation laws reached Louisville this week en route to Geth agoighteenofmonbJIUMdthrough plat monastery In Kentucky and now the wcoad delegation has followed them beli follow f A Li r I WV t E11a11Y A RIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN NN111INNIIIININN AmorlonaeleveledKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY ge watered at the LoNlavllle Postof f Ice as SecondClass Matter AdduiiaU1 UNI CowmanlcatloBitothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMER1CAN326 West Green Streett = N TRAOES iABEI COUNCIL IgoLOOISVILLE3 I ENJOY YOURSELF Take your families and friends to the Irish field day at Fern Grove tomorrow Go early and make a day of it The Hibernians have earned uccess by their energetic work and with fair weather a greatl t crowd should attend the outing Ills good for you to meet and con verse with other members of the Irish race Nothing has been left undone to prepare for your comfort and entertainment BE CLEAN OF SPEECH The Holy Name Society has long been recognized as one of the main lay societies productive of good1 among the Catholics of America Now it has received the indorse ment of the President of the United States and thus indirectly it wiltl doubtless be a power for good f Ameramong ica The organization known a the Holy Name Society was originated i by the Dominican priests about tbirtyfive years ago The object primarily is to prevent bIas phemy and the taking the name of g fi God in vain Likewise it was intended to stop all immodest conversations immoral stories and to promote morality among Catholic men Branches of the Holy Name Society have been formed in every city where the Dominicans have a church rfor is it now confined to the Dominicans alone Only re- centlY the Very Rev Father C A t McKenna well and favorably known in Louisville established a branch of the society in Buffalo iin a parish presided over by secular priests When this branch wa organized 600 men and youthst pledged themselves not only to refrain from blasphemy and the use of immoral language but to persuade others to do so Last Sunday President Roosevelt at his summer home at Oyster Bay addressed 2000 men members of the Holy Name Society of Brooklyn and Long Island So great was the crowd that the meet ing was held outside St Dominics church and President Roosevelt spoke from a stand that had been erected for the occasion It is not Presidentnecessary Roosevelts speech in funthe daily papers did that but all1 should ponder over and remember r one particular sentence It is this I ask you to remember that you cannot retain your selfrespect iif you are loose and foul of tongue These words of President Roose velt constitute an axiom You cannot I get away from them They are truth itself And you shouldI likewise remember if you can not retain your self respect you can not expect the respect of others WhoI knows how farreaching will be the effect of President Roosevelts address It has been printed iin every daily paper in America and has been read by every class and creed It has made a favorable and a lasting impression pn the minds of thousands in every walk of life The effect will redound r not so much to the credit of bu Chief Executive as totJte Holy Name Society i IRISH PATRIOT Those gentlemen who had the good fortune to make the acquaint ance of Col Francis ONeill Chi otgos great Chief of Police when lie attended the convention of the I Chiefs of Police of the United States and Canada in this city last j rncyr ago will have uoi difficulty x in remembering that he was in he front rank offhe of the J peso dfficcn of this continent Quiet modest unassuming yetl earnest and sincere he was par ex ccllence the ideal peace officer No one ever thought of calling himI Frank It is always Francis AliI learned that this able IrishAmeri can was a great student andI possessed the finest private libraryr in Chicago but few knew of hisI musical accomplishments Chier ONeill has just published a collec tion of Irish melodies that embraces i 850 pieces He has spentl ten years upon this compilation r and with his own pen set thi music on paper wherever it was impossible to find a copy of thi music The book is printed from copperplates and the title page iis from a special design drawn try Col ONeill He sent the firstt copy that came from the press to ia friend in Ireland He has nott compiled this work for the sake or moneymaking but for the sole- S purpose of collecting and perpet uating the melodies of Ireland Would that there were many mot IrishAmericans with the patriot ism of Francis ONeill A WORD TO THE WISE When George Tebeau came tc Louisville to engage in running aI baseball club many thought h was foolish because others ha failed Mr Tebeau fooled the wise ones He had investigated 1 before he spent any money andI found that there were enough fans in this neck of the woods not only to support a team but to allow the owner of the club a very liberalI percentage on his outlay He spent m neygot together a good- S 1 ball team and made his moneyr back Nobody ever accused Mr Tebeau of being in the baseball1 business for his health but tb people of Louisville do expect fair treatment that is they want to see a creditable game of ball when they put up their money for It but they do not expect to patronize the game when the best players in tbe team are disposed of to fatten the pocket book of Manager Tebean This week he sold Walker and1 Kerwin but he tells us discreetly that he will keep Capt Clymer How very considerate Captain Clymer says through the medium of the daily papers that he has 1made no arrangements with Tebeau1 for next year Suppose he had I Capt Clymer alone would not make a ball team any more than one swallow makes a summer If Mr Tebeau will keep his good players and replace the poor ones withI better men be will fatten his purse Justus much in the long run as iifr he had sold all his star players butt probably not so rapidly To be sporty in Louisville one must be game and on the level EMPLOYER AND EMPLOYE A gentleman who ought to be iin a position to know is credited the statement that tbe local associa tion of employers which is a of the national body now being formed was determined to stamp out unionism of every form among em hre was mistaken It iis probable that certain members of the local employers body would like to stamp out unionism Of course the move ment will fail It may succeed temporarilyin a few shops but as a whole it will never succeed Trades unionists of the most ardent stripe have never sought by word or deed to prevent employers from uniting for their mutual bene fitWht thentshould employers seek to prevent llteiremployeshm forming unions There we Jjpfd and bed employers just u tthre J are good and bad employes There are more employes in this country than employers and it follows that there must be more good employe than good employers because com paratively few trades unions have grievances and strikes among trade union men are the exception rathe than the rule As lung as an employe attends tO the duty that his employer pays him for it is none of the employer business what church that man at tends what food he eats nor whot clothes he wears Suppose au employer would say Here you fellows must quit tine union or quit working forme What assurance would they havee that next year the same boss would Inot sayIINo man can work for me unless he eats pie for break fast The idea is ridiculousIt Trades unioism is here to was a union of the people thet forced the Magna Charta fro ar King John And by the eternal as Old Hickory Jackson would say the people still liver The Evening Post is offering it subscribers aIILife of Pope Leo aen excellent work It is from the per of the Rev Father McGovern andI ris supported with letters of ap proval from several members of the American hierarchy Titus again does the Post show its willingnes to supply the need of its Catholic patrons Certainly its efforts tti please are appreciated The cable brought the informs tion Monday that Pope Pius X had given 20000 to be distributed among the poor of Rome Surely such generosity shows that ia worthy successor to Pope Le XIII has been found and that his only object in possessing money i- e iis itdMay he reign gloriously and long Last weeks issue of the Catholic Telegraph was excellent indeed If it would follow the practice olI taking bodily sixteen news itemsS- e from the Kentucky Irish American Ieach week it would soon establish a reputation as a newspaper RECENT DEATHS It was with great regret that the many friends of Mr and Mrs Thomas Joyce e heard of the death of their infant dauR h ter Ellen Evelyn which occurred at the family residence 1104 Rowan street last Sunday The funeral took place from tbe residence Monday afternoon Daniel Sullivan died at the resident of his son Iulaw Michael Cain 822 Oldhani street last Sunday night The funeral took place from St Louis Ber trand church Tuesday morning Many friends of the deceased attended the funeral and extended their sympathy t 1the bereaved family rIt was with great regret that the community learned of the death of Mrs 1M T McClure wife of E McClure which occurred ather home in Leitch l6ejd on Tuesday She was a sister off Thomas Edelin of Louisville and the mother of James and Thomas McClure and Mrs Annie McCabe all of SpringsJames Ormond an old and respected resident ofNew Albany died at his home on the Charlestown road on Tuesday Mr Ormond was born in Ireland eighty two years ago and death resulted from the infirmities of old age He bad open t the greater part of his life in New Albany IIolfTrinity church His funeral took place yesterday morning Many friends of the deceased have extended their sympathy to the widow and two daughters who survive Mrs Theresa Buxe fortythree years ofE agedledat her home 1181 Sixth street at 430 oclock Wednesday morning The deceased was the wife of George tlthservice of the Ciucianett e Louisville Nashville railroad Mrs compllcatlahn of diseases She leaves several children The deceased had lived nearly all her life in the East End and was known for her charity and womanly qualities Thei funeral took place from St Martin church at 930 oclock yesterday morning HEALTH IS BETTER The Rev Father A J Brady pastor of St Cecilias church iis still at Macklntc Island rAocordlng to the latest reports his health is rapidly Improving JOCKEY CLUB CONCERTS The New Louisville Jockey Club bu reengaged Kurkamps band forallOther week The band drew large crowds every night last weekaudia proving a very popular attraction The usual pyrot cal display will be given on Saturday night- The Liederkrane Society willrender sey eralesoelleatl numbers on Friday night sad a special programme will be arranged Tech night by Professor ICnr bID r U n 0 iiS w9fa i1CS I Daw1 A J Flanagan has returned from son Springs Miss Ada Porter of 2637 Bank street is improving James Mallon bas gone to Lake Mlchl gan for two weeks j Miss Agnes Ford is visiting friends iin Cincinnati and Chicago Miss Rita Flanagan is the guest of I friends in Larue county Lee Wolf is able to be out again nfte r an illness of several days Miss Della Hoke leaves today to visit I relatives at Jefferson town John J Winn of Zane street is visitingI friends in Frankfort this week Miss Minnie Kearn will leave today to spend two weeks in New York Miss Anna McGuire is enjoying n I weeks rest at Grayson Springs Miss Mamie Burns has as her guest Miss Mamie Butler of St Louis Miss Maud Bresllu is tbe guest of Miss Mayme Doyle at Asbtabula Ohio Mrs John McCann is enjoying a pleas ant visit to friends in Jefferson county I Mr and Mrs John F Greeley are visit lug relatives and friends in Cincinnati Joe Farrell is spending severall weeks with friends in Paducab slid Memphis Mrs Joseph De Coursey isvisiting Mrs Dick Talbot and family at Pensacola Fla Miss Celia Walsh and Miss Minnie Shea spent this week at Grayson Springs Mr and Mrs John P Cassilly have I gone to Waukesha to spend several Mrs John McAteer and daughter witI leave Monday to visit Chicago for a few days Miss Mary McGill who spent several1 weeks in Trenton N J has returnedi home YMrs J P Curtin of this city is visit- Ing mother Mrs C A Ford at New Haven oThe Hon E J McDermott will leave on Thursday to join his family at Weque tossing Miss MagglfrKehoe of Jeiftirsonville is visiting friends and relatives in Columbus Ind Miss Lizzie Hart of this city is the guest of Mines Nora andSalKe Hart at Bardstown Misses NelJJjj and Katie Glenn hayej returned from a delightful Visit to Mam 1moth Cave Miss Nora McDonough of Twenty sixth and Slevin streets is visiting friend- in Chicago William Cunningham the well know plasterer has returned from Cincinnatii and the East Miss Moggie Campion bas gone to New York and Atlantic City for a visit off several weeks Misses Mary Katherine Coady and Agnes Coady are visiting relatives iin Hardin county Mrs M Mooney and her daughter Miss Katherine are visiting friends iin Knoxville Tenn openot this week as the guest of Miss Mary Nea ley of Lexington Montgomery J Westerfield bas r turned home after spending sever al weeks in Chicago Miss Katie McCue of Marietta Ohiot is the guest of Miss Pearl Adams 2809 Portland avenue tlrMiss Eva Canty left Monday night to visit Denton Harbor and Chicago She will be gone three weeks Miss Mary Connell of Seventh andI Oak streets is visiting her brother and relatives out in the State Mrs M J lIcCJUfJkyof Brook street I will leave next week for aa extended visit to friends in Chicago Miss Catherine Meehan is having a de lightful visit with friends and relatives a in Cincinnati d vicinity Misses Emily and Winifred CallahanI are visiting their brother Dr Prank D Boyd in Port Worth Texas Miss Mary E Cullen has returned1 ael Chicago and the Great Lakes Miss Lula Inforde has returned after visiting Atlantic City and several other points of interest in the East Mrs John OBrien and daughters Misses Lucille and Edith are at Estlllj Springs to stay several weeks Albert F Martin of the L N law department will leave next week to spend a fortajgbt in New York Miss Geneva Meehan after spending a two weeks Vacation with friends la Cia cinnati will arrive home today Mrs Sallie Gannon of StLoulsia visiting betptu Ota Mr and Un Patrick Parlin of 1881 Portland avenue Mr and Mrs Prank McGrath and infant daughter have returned from a visit to AtUmtic City and New York Miss D isy Inert left lsef Sunday to IIdOW1bcookIud J Mrt Tbotall Pltminf Mrs James 1 Burns andj1i flee Eliaatieth Bursa j f l all of Lebanon spent Tuesday in this t city I IIMIsS Katie Connor of New Albany has returned home after a pleasant visit to relatives in Cincinnati and Columbus Mss Anna Harris of Atlanta Ga has returned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs Charles Hess of 317 Adams street Messrs Martin and John Duffy and Henry L Kohler left Monday to spend some time in New York and Atlantic City Mrs Albert Martin Mrs Thomas Pox and Miss Lizzie Mallon paid a visit to St Catherines Academy at Springfield this week Miss Abbie Chester has gone to Cincinnati where she will be the guest of Miss Margaret Fitzgerald during the next two weeks Miss Clara Smith of 1948 Portland avenue left last week for Madison Ind to visit relatives She will be gone a monthMr and Mrs Fred Dettllnger of Clays burg Ind are receiving congratulations over the arrival at their home of a pretty baby boy Miss Marguerite Flanagan who has been visiting Misses May Ford and Patria Boone of Atbertonville Ky will return this week Louis Doyle the popular bookkeeper of the Pacific Coal Company and Albert Carraro are takeng a two weeks rest at Grayson Springs Mrs William Burns and children of Bannon Station spent several days this week with her sister Mrs Couadeau of 2112 High avenue Miss Etta Hess who spent several weeks visiting relatives and friends at Corydon Utau and Middletown Ind bas returned home sMrs Ann Corcoran of 2218 West Chestnut and Miss Katie Hunt of Decatur Ill are spending several weeks at Bay View Mich Mrs Bridget Pox mother of Thomas Fox the well known Louisville Nash ville engineer of Memphis is visiting Mrs Albert F Martin Miss Clara Belle OConnor is visiting MissMargaret Ryan in Frankfort Misses Ryan and OConnor will visit Chicago together about September 1 Mrs Bernard P Mulloy and her son Bernard Mulloy Jr and ber sister Miss Rose Kavanaugb spent the present week on a Kentucky river excursion Frank Meixsel the popular Deputy Circuit Clerk has returned from Atlantic City and will leave today to spend several weeks at Sweet Sulphur Springs Mrs J P Curtin iis visiting her mother MrsC A Ford of New Haven Ky Before returning she will visit friends and relatives in Nelson and Larue coun ties sJoseph J McCloskey bas gone to New York for a brief visit Incidentally he t1will look into the insurance field and may decide to remove to the great me tropolisMrs Gus Bretz and her slater Miss Fannie Kennedy returned Friday after a three weeks visit to Bowling Green They were the guests of Mrs Edward Kennedy Miss Catherine Couadeau a pretty and popular young lady of Portland has returned home after spending a week with her aunt Mrs William Burns of Bannon Station Ky Mr Dennis Meagher the well kno w grocerand daughter Miss Mayme and nephew Andrew Meagher have returned from Hardfnsburg where they spent vacationaMrs George Butler and children al spending three weeks at Tilford spenttdays wee and returned home on Monday Miss Kate Fitzpatrick of Chicago t1eguest of Miss Sallie Murphy 222 East St Catherine street The fair visitor 1who formerly resided in this city will be 1here until the first of next month Miss Katie Heinzman tbe pretty andiI accomplished daughter of John Helm man of the Louisville Nashville Rail1I read Company left Thursday to spend a month with relatives in Nashville Michael Dillon of the well tobacco firm of Scott Dillon Detroit left for home the first part of the week after a very pleasant visit with Joseph Danenhold and other Louisville friends Miss Mamie Ryan of St Louis wb off guesttedi howe Mrs Patterson accompanied he and will sojourn in St Louis severall weeks Miss Rose Francis daughter of Mike Francis and a popular teacher in the Duncan street school is visiting the family of Martin Chawk in Owcnsboro and will remain there until the schools reopen Misses Helen and Prances Dillon two of Detroits most popular young l1i1ies- are the guests of Mrs Joseph Danen1 old 2622 Weet Jefferson street They have many admirers here and are the recipients of muchsociatattention John OConnor a popular compositor on the Evening POt and John Stanton a trusted employe of the Kaufman Straus Company leave today to spend a week in Chicago Both have served their em ployers faithfully and well and have j ean s nat t Heary Herr proprietor of the Tell City Flouring Mills who paid a visit of two weak to Jobe ass of the firm of Kautt do 8aaeltlair dty hM returned homa I r GRAND PRIZE CONTEST ti 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 mar greatIlady you can go alone and at the expense of the Kentucky Irish American Get your friends inter ested for you at once I EplJUCftYi III ISH IITERIN WQ Ut S FAI BRhliOT f I VoTE FORMM N f ADDRSSS SIGNED Saturday Aug 22 1903 + t Q + + + + + + + + sQ + + + + Fifty Votes Given to Either New or Old Sub scribers for Each Paid Yearly Subscription BEGIN VOTING FOR YOUR FRIENDS Central Labor Unio- nCARNIVAL Sept 7to19 InclusiveAt Brook and Breckinridge Streets Labor Day Parade and Review at Carnival Grounds FERRARI BROS GREAT LONDON CARNIVAL COI4 BIG SHOWS Admission Ten Cents Afternoon and Evening I = = =V U ForBesides I getting your Goodness moneys worth of everSakeE labelsatf a set flue china Mothersfree Ask your gro cer and If he doesnt Bread know about it can up Whitesides Bakery Jo m nMr Herr is an enterprising gentleman and made many friends during his so journ in Louisville aIohn Mattel one of the efficient mem bers of the composing room force of thee Kentucky Irish American has returned home after a pleasant visit to relatives at alSt Josephs Hill Ind Mr Martel Iis greatly improved in health and the bloom of youth has been restored to his cheeks taMiss Elizabeth Morgan a well known dressmaker of Paducah Ky has been visiting her mother Mrs Catherine Mor gan at Twentysixth and Slevin streets during the past week Within the lastl few days Miss Elizabeth Morgan and her sister Miss Mamie Morgan an accommo dating employe of the New York Store 1will leave for New York City for a short visit combining business with pleasure John T McGinn and Miss Alice Moore- n both of Bardstqwn surprised their many friends last week by coming to Louisville where they were married by the Rev Father P M J Rock After the cere mouy they left for Petoskey where theYwill spend several weeks Theo groom is in the United States revenue service The bride is the second daughter of Thomas Moore the well known Nelson- r county distiller It i ia pleasure to announce the approaching marriage of Miss Katherine Muckelbauer and William Schreiber The happy event will take place at St Bonifaces church at4 oclock on the afternoon of Thursday September 17 The bride to be is the daughter of John A Muckelbauer the well known artist Mr Schreiber is in the coal and feed business with his brother Dan Schreiber Both are popular young people and have the well wishes of their fnends fora long life ofmarried blissI- MPOSING CEREMONY The annual retreat of the Sisters of Providence closed at the Convent of St Dtarys ot the Wooda the home of the order near Terre Haute last Sunday More than BOO sisters from all parts of the world we prevent Bishop Chatard celebrated Pontifical mass at the close of the retreat During the services sixteen novices received tbe1abitol the orders I eighteen took file black veil and twenty wore the habit tea 1ade1 0 U nu MAS0N1G JPHEAJPEF 4th and Chestnut Opp PostoffIce BEAFIRSTNIGHTER LouisvillesNew WEEK STARTING MONDAY AUGUST 24 Reuben in New York Pretty Girls Stunning Costumes Catchy Music Clever Comedians MATINEES Wednesday Thursday Saturday AUCTION SALE OF SEATS THIS MORNING AT 11 OCLOCK BUCKINGHAMI 8 WEES COMMENCING SUNDAY AUG 23 MatlnoDi Bnndtj Monday Wednesday Saturday AMERICAN f BURLESQUERSHigh and Burlesque Refined Comedy and Tuneful Music- NEXTTHOROUGHBRBDS JOHN M MULLOY DEALER IN SpicesAndPond Lily and Home Baking Powder S313E VW 2MCARKi3jaD ST Telephone Main 11- 89WinesLiquorsCigars HOME PHONE 63S2 Torn Bennetts EXCHANGE REST 4 GALWAKMLlINCHALL NHl Cor Preston and Jefferson u u a o I NTUOKY IRJ8H AMRIOAl tnunn nnnnc1IiIil 1444+W+HHIIi1I+IIItII HIlH11 tI l11110 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J r Jr ZB IRZRIEITT7 FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST MAIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street T BARRETTd t H11 +I+I+I 11II+1nIHII1 tHIIIH HI 1H LIDE3AX Funeral Director and Embalmer rltihlClIY01JI3 mz3OO Carriages For All Occasions 700 E CHESTNUT ST v SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOI ON THE c IIUUOlIHI untit u w- i Y In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR nnn E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky PRANK J REED General Passenger Agent- C IL ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager JOHN F OBRTEXBUTC- HBRTOWN F CREAM COMMON BREWERY BEER 1400140 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY L PETER M ANDRIOT X 83ON3 WAG N MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN St FOR BEST OLD- MKENNA WHISKY CALL UPON y SEVENTH 4ND OAK STS TEN CENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out Illinois Central Railroad L S MMm fXG RSION nGKHS ON SALE TO Grayson Springs Dawson Springs and Cerulean Springs Ky ONLY LINE running through personally conducted Excursion Sleepers to California Now Mexico Arizona and Texas Special Low One Way and Round- Trip Ratca in effect on first and third Tuesdays each month to tho South and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas etc Best Line to Hot Springs For folder and deecriEtive matter of California and circulate descriptive of laude in the South and through tickets callow Wd McBrMe City Pave Agent southeast coiner Fourth and Market or addiea P W Harlow D P A Louisville u ptoeTix J1i1f paris Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Outings SocialsThis beautiful park has been greatly improved this season and is furnished with new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts GO TO R Me CULLEYSC- UT RATE Wall dDGI3floilse cFOR YOUR Wall Paper1383 SEVENTH ST NEAR OAK JOHN DAVINUPH- OLSTERER I Thcyst Market Street Olt t r 6360 Parlor suits lounges SftaUresses and all kinds of furniture vartn hed and irstclassrepaired QO To Pioneer Bottling House FO- RSTRAIGHT WHISKIES BIG JUG AT DOOR J P DANT913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Station HEREMAM BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telepboae 1948 234 Sixth Street TAYLORBYRNE William Arthur Taylor and Miss Sallle Abby Byrne will be unltedYtT matrimony at the Sacred Heart church at noon on Wednesday the Rev Father Walh officiating Only the immediate relatives will be present The bride to be is the only daughter of Prank M Byrne She is a young lady whose excellent character and lovable disposition have endeared her to a wide circle of friends and acquaintances Mr Taylor is a well known young man of the West End and ill connected with the Louisville Nash ville Railroad Company The happy couple will leave for an extended trip through the Eat The new woman teems to have liven up trying ratio bean old Kid U MACKIN COUNCIL Arouses Interest Among Its Members to Ray Off Last Note Mackin Council Young Mens Insti tute held a well attended meeting last Tuesday night Of course Prank Murphy presided with his usual dignity The committee appointed to make the ar rangements for the Grand Council and the reception of delegates made a report which was well received The special committee appointed to make arrangements for the big joint initiation which is to take place in September during the meeting of the Gound Council reported progressAfter the transaction of considerable routine business several stirring ad dressess were made which renewed interest in the prompt payment of the last note due on the club house The members pledged themselves to secure the prompt collection of dues so that when September 10 rolls around the club house will be free of debt and the tenth anniversary of Mackin Council will be spent in a home absolutely its own Incidental to the meeting mention was made of the forthcoming marriage of Louis Borutraeger and it was generally conceded that the Kentucky Irish Ameri can had caused another to desert from the Bachelors Clu- bGROUND TO DEATH Thomas Kennedy Killed By a Fast Passenger Train Thomas Kennedy a well known young man of the West End met death in an unfortunate accident near Seymour Ind on Monday morning The deceased was walking along the track when he was struck by a fast passenger train of the Baltimore Ohio Southwestern railroad His head was severed from his Body and death was instantaneous- Mr Kennedy was twentysix years old and resided with his parents at 1220 High street The remains were brought home for interment The funeral took place from St Patricks church at 9 oclock Wednesday morning Many friends of the dead man followed his remains to their last resting place GIRLS WHO WORK The girl who earns her own money shouldendeavor to save a portion of it from each payment No matter how small the payment may be it will be forming a wise habit to lay it aside At the end of a year quite a little sum is realized that can be turned to good advantage A more intelligent sense of what constitutes thrift and economy is needed especially among women of the working classes It is the easiest thing in the world to spend money but we all find it difficult to save it To study ones needs and supply them in accordance with ones circumstances is making the best results out of our limitations The girl who works all day will be greatly benefited by belonging to some good literary club or society where she will derive a helpful intercourse with people who will broaden and beautify her mind Education is not wholly confined to schools but to the things that lie within our reach if we make the effort to grasp them FAMILY REUNION The members of the well known Coyle family of Hardin county held a family reunion at Elizabethtown recently The occasion was in celebration of a visit from Sister Callista of the Order of Loretto who had not visited her old home for twentyfive years Among the members of the family preseut were Mrs Calvin Gray of Louisville M J Coyle of New Haven Mrs William Gullion Mrs Martha Weller and Mrs Christina Fowler all of Hardin county and half sisters and brothers to Sister Callista who was Miss Luciuda Roberson and Mrs George Campbell who is a full sler to Sister Callista The family ha- shadiiit one death since 1858 WSJTINa CONVENTS Sister Afarg erMaryf and Sister Mary Rita well known n embers of the Sisters of Mercy and teachaw at St Catherines Convent on East Broadway have been visiting convents of tuw order in New York Crescent Pa and Other points in the East during the past six weeks They will return to Louisville about Septem ben 1 NEW ALBANY DELEGATES The Grand Council Young Mens In stitute Indiana jurisdiction will meet at Indianapolis on Tuesday Augus 25 Deputy Supreme President Charles E Cheap Grand Treasurer Peter Pte er and Con McBarron will leave Monday to represent Unity Council of New Alban FATHER WHITE ILL i Rev Father Thomas P White pasto of the Church of St Francis of Rome Clifton is at Sts Mary and Elizabeths Hospital suffering from a aevere attack of indigestion He is not receiving visit ors Father Whites many friends hop to see him out in the near future IRISH BOWLERS The Kentucky Irish Americas Bowl lag Club has been organized and is affiliated with the Palls City League The following members compose the team Hugh J Higgins John J Barry Thomas M Barry Thomas W Furlong and Frank Burke HALF RATE ioTterrftBante and return via Big Pour ROl1teTichta oa sale August 21 and 22 good returning until August 27 Get tickets at city ticket office 266 Fourth avenue Both phones S j Gates Gsa er tut H- n IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanVice Dolan RyanFinancial1911 Bank erree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President James Welch Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancial Secretary John T Keauey 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Cavanangh QuinnRecording Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArms Pat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerJohn P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President John Kinney President Frank Hogan xynchSecretaryJohn s TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern Y 3VT I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street MurphyFirstW Born traegerSecond Vice President Hugh Higgins Recording SecretaryGeo F Simonis Corresponding Secretary Frank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia stree- tTreasurerJoseph Steltenpohl Marshal William Shaughnessy Inside SentinelRobert Osborne Outside Sentinel Pdt Connolly BElt3 OFSHANDON With deep affection and recollectiou I often think of those Shandon bells Whose sound so Wild would in days of childhood Fling round my cradle their magic spells On this I ponder whereer I wander And thus grow fonder sweet Cork ol thee With thy bells of Shandon That sound sogrand on The pleasant waters of the river Lee Ive heard bells chiming full many a clime injTolling sublime in cathedral shrine While at a glibe rate brass tongues would vibrate But all their music spoke naught like thine For memory dwelling on each proud swelling Of thy belfry knelling its bold notes freeMade the bells of Shandon Sound far more grand on The pleasant waters of the river Lee Ive heard bells tolling old Adriaus Mole in Their thunder rolling from the Vatican And cymbals glorious swinging uproarious In the gorgeous turrets of Notre Dame But thy sounds were sweeter than the dome of Peter Flings oer the Tiber penliug solemnly Ol the bells of Shandon Sound far more grand on The pleasant waters of the river Lee Theres a bell in Moscow while on tower and kiosko In St Sophia the Turkman gets And loud in air calls men to prayer From the tapering summit of tall minarets Such empty phantom I freely grant them But theres an anthum more dear to me Tis the bells of Shandon That wand so grand on The pleasant waters of the river Lee WELCOME VISITOR Agent of the United States Department of Labor Calls George A Traylor special agent of the United States Department of Labor Washington D C was a welcome caller at theoffice of the Kentucky Irish Amer scan during the present week Mr Traylor is looking up wages and hours of labor in all the different branches of industry in the city of Louisville cover ing the period from 1890 to 1003 Inclusive Mr Traylor said iid response to queries I have found wherever I have visited always an average increase in wages and a shortening of working hours but I have also found that the cost of livfng has increased far beyond the increase in wages in every city aoESWEST 41- 0eph H Lally connected with the Louisville Nashville freight depart ment for the past flight years left Mon day for New Qrleau and frMn there will make a trip to Lqs Angel where he wilt spend the winter lip friends hope kU health will be recuperated and that ha will return to Kentucky to accept a till higher pexitton a i J SILVER JUBILEE Of tho St Vincent do Pauls Church Celebrated LastSunday The silver jubilee of St Vincent de Pauls church at Shelby and Oak streets was largely attended The beautiful church was crowded to the doors with members of the congregation and their friends from other parishes The main celebration was held at 10 oclock when the Very Rev Father Ohle pastor of the congregation celebrated solemn high mass He was assisted by the Rev Father Thome of St Martins church as deacon and the Very Rev Father Leo Greulich of St Anthonys church as subdeacon The sermon was delivered by the Very Rev Father Paul Alf pastor of St Boni faces church who paid a high tribute to the zeal of St Vincent de Pauls congre gation The music rendered during the mass was excellent The choir was augmented by many of the leading singers of other congregations and supplemented by a full orchestra under the direction of Professor Ed Morbach SAD TIDINGS Death of Pious and Loving Mother of Two Louis ville Nuns The sad intelligence was received here Tuesday of the death at Cumberland Md of Mrs Rosina Kuhlman widow of Bernard Kuhlman The deceased was seventyeight years of age While she had never resided in Louisville two of her daughters Sister Leo Corde and Sister Preddia are members of the Ursu line community at Shelby and Chestnut streets another daughter Sister Mary Darra is connected with St Agnes Con vent at Pond du Lac Wis and a son Rev Pather Kuhlman is a parish priest at Canal Dover Ohio She was also an aunt of exUnited States Senator George L Wellington of Maryland Through out her life Mrs Kuhlman was noted for her charity and benevolence PLACE TO REST The Nonpareil Outing Club an organ ization made up of several members of Unity Council Young Mens Institute of New Albany continues to conduct its fishing camp ashort distance below New Albany and about opposite Riverview Park on the Kentucky side of the Ohio river The camp can be reached by a few minutes walk from the car lines and ample accommodations and many amusements including rowing fishing and bathing have been provided for members of the club and their guests Members of Louisville councils of the Young Mens Institute will be welcome at all times and a special programme has been ar ranged for their entertainment tomorrow DELEOATE REGNANT Thomas Keenan the well known undertaker and member of the firm of Dougherty Keenan is in Minneapolis attending the national convention of funeral directors He is one of the delegates from the Kentucky association Mrs Keenan accompanied her husband on the trip Mr Keenan is likewise State President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and will doubtless be able to tell the local Hibernians much about IrishAmericans in the Northwest when he returns MEETING POSTPONED The meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians which was to have been held on Wednes day last was postponed until Sunday August 30 The reason for the post ponement is that many members of the Ladies Auxiliary are also members of the Catholic Business Womens Club which organization gave a sunset excur sion Wednesday evening NEEDS A REST The Rev Pather Denis Murphy pastor of St Williams church who suffered two severe spells of illness during the past fortnight is recovering and is able to resume his duties Father Murphy has had no rest during three years past and it is hoped he will soon be permitted to enjoy a vacation BISHOPELECT OREILLY The Rev Charles J OReilly will be consecrated Bishop of time new diocese of Baker City Ore pn August 25 Arch bishop Christie will officiate The new diocese will include all that portion of Oregon east of the Cascade mountains an area of 62000 square miles VERY OLD PAPER Mike Rapp the popular sand artist at 1253 Mellwood avenue is the proud possessor of a copy of the Ulster County Gazette which is more than 100 years old He has been exhibiting it to many friends and neighbors BUCKINGHAM There is little doubt but that tomorrows matinee will prove a gala day at the Buckingham Theater since that day will mark the opening of the new season Watsons American Burlesquers will pro vide royal entertainment for those who attend and it Is needless to say that the usual large audience will prevail on each performance during the week SAFE AT HOME Mr and Mrs Henry A Kraft have re turned after an extensive trip through the West Their tour included California Yellowstone Park and other points of interest Both husband and wife are very nfach improved in health after their two months trip amallboldefiuesahNtiache 8Ia aloes chi is Ute brain + It It It It t It It It It HICKEYSAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY Proprietor Homo Telephone 384 248 W Joffeisoxx St ftMMMMMM+ + MMHt +M + m M MM M I tMMM tMt tt M JOHN IA PI2A1 K WALTBRS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY 4fMMMUf H t t t t t t HMMt HH t t t t t t t t t t t t t tFINE WINES CHAMPAGNES AL KOLJ3345 West Green StreetLIQUORS CIGARS It t t t It It + It It It It It It It MMMMMMtt t 11++ + Itf HENRY C LAUERrgzgPUONg 11O Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 407 JEFFERSON ST 428 and 430 Branch House 905 West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGEL- ouis Wabnitz Co Proprietors TW STOtIdatlal I Spring Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas SMOKE and ENJOY COONEY iranOIGARSThey Are The Best Brands Made Monarch Gen DeWe- tIrishAmerican FLORA DE CASTILLO Finest 10 Cent Cigar Made 1SOC W MaiiM trot WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOON VAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 W GREEN ST BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2423 ST XAVIER ST Brown Leghorns can be kept in small about half feed of other chickens They lay about ten months in the year only stopping when moulting Pullets begin laying at six to seven months A few hens will supply the family with eggs Record for three ears1809 twelve hens and pullets 1233 eggs 1000 ten hens 868 eggs 1901 eleven hens and pullets 954 eggs 1902 during very cold weather January 75 eggs February 61 March 161 April 206 May 181 June 120 PURE BRED BROWN LEGHORN ROOSTER- A year old for sale I have one too many and dont want to kill any Come and get one for JlOO JACQUES 2422 St Xavier Str- eetBOOKKEEPINI tight aiJw apart ititrtcUca No Chars let Bwii W u Tsnutr urn ACCOUNTANT x172 rasth ATI PHYSICIANS SELECTED The Medical Committee of the Central Labor Union Carnival was organized yesterday with Dr Gossett as Chief of Staff There will be a large hospital tent with two physicians present all of the time to attend to sick or injured The committee is made up of the follow lug well known physicians of Louisville Drs Walker B Gossett F J Kiefer Charles Hibbitt Irwin Abell F T Fort- SI Scott Prather J Hunter Peak E O- Sage L A Seitz J W Banners S J Hall George H White H H Duke B F Zimmerman E L Heflin W T McKinney J W Kremer James Guest Jake Weber Sidney J Meyers O R Reese A H Falconer W H Coleman Charles G Rnssmau John H Busch meyer Frank Ruuoell and A R Bizot When making preserves it is economy to we plenty of sugar sea then they will keep without having to be boiled over after a few waekt and reaweeteued HAMMERS GflRDEN Coolest Place in the City Cool Refreshments MORBAGHS ORCHESTRA Concerts Daily Take Jacob Park car via Seventh street MYDEN MILES R7 FishGame VFRUITSSEASqJHome 509 Fifth St Kentucky Mark- etSTEWARTBROIlERS 420 W GREEN ST CARPENTERSIf BUILDERS BOTH PHONES 3047 i Jobbing Work of all kinds given our personal and prompt attention LOV EXCURSIONI T RATES FROM LOUISVILLE VIA southern Railway COxoCOLORADO returning HOTSPRINGSsaledoilyresorts in the beautiful Land of the Sky charmingMountain Dooklethandsomely tion 4965Salt5635ElOctober31st31stFor folders and complete information address C H Huugerford Dist Pass AsstGenlBSpencer BIG FOUR ROUTE T- OIttdiauapolis Peoria i CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Comer Seventh St and River OFFICENo s J QATIB KyWAHRHN AWMCINCINNATI O Q YV w I ENttUOKYJR18H ATdERICM 1kr 1A V Kentucky Stove and Tinware Co f Wholesale and Retail Dealers in I Stoves Ranges Mantels Stove j I FI tiIn Tinware Granite Ware I MOTTS FURNACES AND KETTLES I FRANK McDONOQH Manager 705 W Main Street xj 3xS 3 Sx SxJx S Sx S n GEHER SON Complete Assortment Latest Styles and Best Makes COOKING AND HEATI- NGSTOVESS a CAST AND STEEL RANGES 217 MarkefaSrreer Near Second + + + + + + + + + + + + + + +lOTOlOIOlGl H WATHENS i lIce Cre upand Sherbets a tI HAVE THREU STRONG POINTS 65- II i i iir J ii I 629r EFGHJH= STREET I rAmerican Bottling Works BEST SODA and MINERAL WATERS r i Iron BrowGli6rrU Pliospliato Some Phone liiiiQ i 1t3uC5GompallU lIii iBRiNERS AND BUILDERS OFiMARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE I I fionuments I Artistic Work Only Solleltai Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy i i WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET i DDftIJU1IDJiftDU I 1 I nuxuDftb lies SPENCER Peopleectountantend Expert For Business Good Employment and Success CALL OR WRITS FOR FUlU INFORMATION Union Natal Salt meat STREETS SIXTH AND LOUISYILLEKYBushiess College 3S 1= w i DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN II 11 Dougbepty K66imU- NDERTAKERS I uu 11225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 1m I 1240unHOME XE rvK i noisnB I All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Car tIrlagcs Furnished for All D Dougherty Home Telephone 2916 OccasionsII r Barr 1 t tut CHffiftsrS JJoMKeellnlfr 4y e rman7ir- Shar77ian p a tyeuritrfny Tale rar7r s fend For N 1lalojue Iupvill KJI Seven experienced teachers each one R specialist in his line We are now in our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged School building In the South Visitors always welcome School open all year students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT President STATIONERS The Bradley Gilbert Co I R M T nrcoaroaexpERSl Box I Blank Boy Paper Manufacturers BII BD ERSRrtltllla irn df the Hammond Typewriter fr Kentucky s T pewrte 3u9 ReeRihhoseetcfor ill Miotilnii BOOKSELLERS Oor1 Third anta3nenSts LOUISVILU KY a IRISH FIELD DAY FERN GROVE AUGUST Za HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 37 of Charlestown Mass will hold its annual picnic on Labor day Division 2 of Erie N Y has been organized under auspicious circum stances Division Wof Boston will exemplify the full four degrees on a class of twenty five candidates September 27 James Sheridan James P Stevens Thomas J Stevens and John Joyce are the latest applicants for admission to Division 3 The Rev Father John J Ryan of St Columbas church Buffalo has been appointed County Chaplain of the HiberniansA of the Ladies Auxiliary has been formed at Ottawa Can A similar branch was formed at New Brunswick Can About 0000 people attended the Oneida County Hibernian picnic at Utica Park New York The parade preceding it was imposing Division 18 of Buffalo is the latest acquisition to the order in Erie county New York The charter will remain open for thirty days The Massachusetts State Board held a meeting recently in Boston Reports showed that the order ia Massachusetts now has a membership of 25000 Caps for the members of the base ball team and any others who desire them can be secured at Dougherty Kee nans Market street between Twelfth and Thirteenth Eight thousand men with forty bands and drum corps were in line in the grand A O H demonstration at Hartford Conn on Wednesday Athletic con tests were the main features of the day Division 0 Hibernian Rifles of Jersey City held a big uiidsummernights festi val on Wednesday Delegations from Bayonne Elizabethport and other nearby cities joined the Hibernian Rifles in their parade Every Irish man womanand child in the city is invited to attend the field day Tickets are twentyfive cents and chill dren under twelve years of will be admitted free of charge No improper characters will be allowed on the boat Thomas Quinn occupied the chair at the last meeting of Division 3 owing to the absence of President John Kavanagh In order to allow the County Board to meet only such business as was abso lutely necessary such as the approve of bills etc was transacted Division 18 the baby division of Pro vidence R I at a recent meeting received the welcome news that it was not only out of debt but had a balance of i 500 in the treasury The Finance Committee also reported that as a result of the recent Irish field day each division would have 100 added to its treasury At the next meeting sixty candidates will receive the full four degrees- St Paul Minn has taken its hat oft to tbeIIibernians They were invited by heSt Paul Carnival Association to visit the carnival on August 7 Hiber nian day Just to show that the order was united the members turned out stronger than any other organization in the city More than 2000 men marched In line and preceded a float carrying the Maid of Erin the four provinces and the thirtytwo counties of Ireland ST JOSEPHS OUTINO The people of St Josephs congrega tion on East Washington street have arranged to have their annual outing at Peru Grove next Tuesday The boats will leave the First street wharf at 9 oclock in the morning and at 130 oclock in the afternoon For the amusement of old and young games have been arranged among them target shooting discus throwing base ball foot sack and hurdle races and last but by no means least a potato race for old men only A pleasant day is assured all who attend CLOSER RELATIONSHIP Steps are being taken toward organizing a central body of the various Geruiau American societies in Louisville and it is believed that the first definite move in this direction will be taken at the next Meeting of the Turner Society two weeks hence The object is to bring the many local German American societies into closer relationship irrespective of creedadd thus secure a larger represen tation in the national convention of GermanAmerican societies Henry Bosquet a representative Ger iiatiAmerican says that thus far none of the German Catholic societies have been approached on the subject Mr Boequet considers the idea a good one but is not prepared to say what any of the Catholic societies will do in regard to the matter 9 UNDER AUSPICES OF THE t116i611t Ordor of tiibornians BAS BALL Knights of Columbus of St Louis vs Ancient Order of Hibernians Various Athletic Events Jumping Running Throwing Hammer Putting Shot etc TICKETS TWENTYFIVE ChNTS Boats Leave Foot of First Street at 930 a m and 130 p m Good Music i RECOGNITION Of Ability Made by tho Illinois Glass Company in Its Selections Young IrishAnt orican is Assist ant Mutineer of Local Plant Grand Opening of the Now Quarters Well Attended by Friends LARGE AND ENTERPRISING FIRM Eagan M Bigley assistant manager of the local plant of the Illinois Glass Company is a living object lesson of what a hardworking intelligent IrishAmerican can do Mr Bigley is not more than twentyfive years old Seven years ago he entered the service of the Illinois Glass Company in this city in the humble capacity of a laborer He was quick prompt intelligent and energetic All of these qualitieswere recognized and he arose gradually until at the present time he is assistant manager under Henry Christman manager of the local plant The Illinois Glass Company cvrsa the largest glass works in the world It 5is locatedat Alton Ill and there bottles of every size and description are made It is recogniz d all over the world as the manufactory of bottles and has a reputa tion second to none for fair dealing anJ splendid workmanship The company has warehouses and offices in all the lead ing cities in the United States and altough it maintained warehouse and office iiti Louisville for a number of years the trade here has become so great that it became necessary to enlarge the capacity of the local office and warehouse and on last Saturday the firm took possession of its handsome and commodious new quar ters 113 to 119 Second street The building contains five stories and a basement and more floor space than any warehouse in the city The office is elaborately fitted with the llatest modern improvements and is conceded to be the best appointed business office in the city The new warehouse began with a force of twentyfive men which it is expected will be increased fourfold before another year rolls around The formal opening of the new plant took place last Saturday and severall hundred business men inspected the new building and partook of the hospitality generously dispensed From 10 oclock in the morning until 3 in the afternoon Messrs Christman and Bigley were kept busy showing friends and pattons over their handsome new quarters A string band played the latest popular airs the office was redolent of the perfume of flowers and those excellent caterers Sullivan Brach superintended the dispensing of refreshments The Illinois Glass Company is showing its enterprise and also that appreciates the worth of its able assistant manager Eagan M Btgley BASEBALL The Prank Goss team will play the Cincinnati Harlem ball club at Eclipse Park tomorrow The game will be called at 315 oclock Ladies will be admitted free MASONIC THEATER The new and handsome Masonic Theater Chestnut street between Third and Fourth will throw open its doors for the first performance on Monday night Beyond a doubt it is the prettiest and most modernly equipped theater in this part of the country The house will open with a rollicking musical comedy entitled Reuben in New York This has had a long run in several pastern cities and has been highly praised by drain atl critics The comedy abounds in humorous scenes presents scores of pretty girl in stunning costumes and serves t introduce many clever comedians and an abundance of catcljy music This sam company presenting the same comedy j will open the new Crawford Theater in St Louis a The new theater iseleg ed with upholstered in the par quette and weBhence in the balcony and that the theater may thirty exits have been provided a great advan tage over other local theaters Patrons of the theater are invitedi to order their Seats by telephone Both phones are in the office and seats can be reserved in any part of the uo se by simply using the telephone The management announces that at no time wilt any character be permitted on the stage ridiculing any creed or ntk nalKjiin an offensive Pay jo arNr IRELAND f Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges John Keohane was burned to death in the city of Cork The recent small epidemic of small pox at Dublin has been stamped out The Waterford Boat Club recently defeated clubs in the regattas at Carlow and RossTwo youths named respectively Shay and Monohan were accidentally drowned in the Glanmire river David Herlihan dropped dead in Tip perary while playing a game of handball He leaves a wife and family The Rev Father Hyland a native of Dublin died in the residence of St Georges Cathedral Southwark Thomas OShea farmer near Pallas was accidentally killed by a fast train between limerick and Limerick Junc tion Mrs Abiua Barry widow of the late John Barry died at her residence Don oughmore She was very old and highly respectedLittle Peter Collins the fiveyearold son of Francis Collins of Drogheda fol lowed his rolling hoop into the river and drownedWilliam a dock gateuian while working on a barge in Limerick fell into the river and drowned Kia bqd y xrasTeSJvered Jeremiah Delaneyal telegraph wire man died suddenly in Cork It will be necessary to hold a postmortem examina tion to ascertain the cause of his death P J OConnor one of the most popu lar educators in Ireland died at the Curragh Kildare He was a proficient mathematician and tutor of military scienceThe second annual exhibition of the Waterford Agricultural Society proved to be a great success A feature was the lectures on Model Dairykeeping by Miss Casey Brother C Maguire a noted member of the Christian Brothers died in the Mater Hospital Dublin He had been a teacher at Nenagh during the past twelve years and was held in the highest esteem The Rev M B Kennedy of Fermoy has been elected President of the North East Cork Executive Committee of the United Irish League to succeed the late Father T M OCallaghan recently de ceasedJohn Nolan a laborer and Chris Quinn a sixteenyearold youth quarreled at Derryoughta South Kildare and it iis alleged that Quinn struck Nolan with his fist Nolan fell and died immediately Quinn is under arrest An excursion train from Dublin and the mail train from Sligo collided at Ballymote station Fortunately the col lision was very slight and of the more than GOO persons on the two trains only six were injured and none seriously The Gaelic League has just celebrated its tenth anniversary During these ten years of incessant toil the society hag grown into great proportions but jVTGasi I still much work to perform befpte the Gaelic language is spoken eft over Ire land Jeremiah Collins a Member of one of the most respected families in Rosscar bery passed awdy after a long ill ness The deceased was seventytwo years old and was recognized as an enter prising merchant All classes and creedss followed h remains to their last resting place in tile family cemetery JamesDillon ahighly respected farmer in the vicinity of Tralee was fatally in juredwbile attending the funeral of a neighbor and died the following day While riding in the funerall procession Dillons horse shied atilt jumped a fence Iimo an orchard The rider was thrown ainst a tree and his skull was fractured 1 Jeremiah Gleason a porter at a hotel at Limerick Junction fell asleep on theJJ train leaving Dublin He was being car ried beyond his destination when he awoke and without thinking threw him self from the car He was foundseveral hours latter A piece of skull had been driven into his brain It is believed that he will recover- Enterprising merchants and manu facturers in Dublin are preparing to giveI in international worlds fair in 1000 It is expected to be under the patronage of King Edward VII At a meeting of Septemberguarantee fund of 500000 which will be supplemented by cash subscriptions UNPLEASANT NEWS Capt Frank Hagan has gone to Lagrange J I III to attend the bedside of his J brother the Rev Father James M Hagan who ia pastor of a church at that- point telegram to Capt Hagan elated that his brother could live onlya few days 1 NICBOSLERS HOTEL S E Cor Second and Jefferson s e American and European Plan MODERN IN EVERY RESPECT NEWLY FURNISHED THROUGHOUT Home Phone 1941 Fine Lunch Day and Night LQUISUILLE KY I rueh Ghash fl Rogers BOOK GO S having recently incorporated and added new business are now prepared to furnish all J sARTICLESIIIBOOKS MAGAZINES AND +OF EVERY DESCRIPTION g PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTY +S S FINE PORTRAITS OF POPE LEO XIII + i tS3b v Jefferson Street JCumb Phone flaln 913 Home Phone 1913 TXI O GEORGE WIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANYSr CErEBRA rED 4 Draught andBottled BeersSold at All All Leading Bars and Cafes RENOWNED FOR PURITY STRENGTH AND EXCELLENT FLAVOR GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky H++ + + + + + + + + + H+H + + + + + + + + + + + + + +tI SPECIAL + MondayAugust putincentsALL WORK GUARANTEED FOR ONE YEAR J BRUNNJEWELERaaa ea T Old Gold and Silver bought and exchanged 530 W Markel opp Eckert Hotel ++t +++1+1++f1Fi+Ff +4+ +4 ++11+++++++N FRflNK FEflR BREWING 60INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY M+ M+ +M+ T H+ H+ +M+ + M+ +H1F+ + + +++++ + M H+ M t + M M + + H++t+ EAT AJRC1T=0- FCisddllsr r Ice Cream + H + H H t H + tt t H H HH H + t + H H ++ WILLIAM BORGMANNDistillers Agent and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in WfIS IES WlflES Af4t CIGARS Owner of GLENBROOK Brand HandMade Sour Mash Whiskey Bottled In Bond Home Phono 6264 2141618 SEVENTH STREET fUJIUIIUI UXDJn XUKDa 11I UKDIIl i Ijj I j g gii I iEmbalmeriIIICarrJages i Noticei III I = TELEPHONE 810 I- IRH lE HtilHD1 llJ4RHWJfHUHHD1l DRINKS Hofbrau Pilseneri Beer BREWED BY SENN ScACKE MAN 1GWIJ G CO I ANYJNOORPORATEDQ TELEPHONE 4B2V xouISt nix xlec Ky- C T