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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN I VOLUME XINO 10 LOUISVILLE SATURD CENTSvBABY COUNCIL Of the Young Mens Institute Established at Bardutown mast Sunday t Named After Father OConnell Pastor of St Josephs Church Able Officers Chosen to Preside Over Its Future Work MANY VISITORS IN ATTENDANCE Historic old Bardstown the home of the saintly Father Badin and venerable Bishop Flaget the cradle of Catholicity not only in Kentucky but of the whole Middle West was the scene of unwonted bustle and enthusiasm last Sunday The occasion was the organization of a new council of the Young Mens Institute Young Catholic men were present not only from all over Nelson county but from Jefferson Marion and Larue coun ties Many of the visitors were members of the order but went to Bardstown to encourage the young men who were about to join this great Catholic society The day was bright and the air cool enough to make it pleasant The visitors and residents attended mass at St Josephs church the first Cathedral in Kentucky and heard an eloquent sermon on the gospel of the day delivered by the Rev Father OConncll After a good oldfashioned Kentucky dinner the visit ors and members of the new council repaired to the hall where the meeting was to be held Grand Secretary George J Lautz called the meeting to order and stated the alms and objects of the Young Mens Institute Roll call followed the following names appearing on the charter list The Very Rev Charles J OConnell John M Cooney Henry Whelan Thomas B Joyce Edward H Mattingly Paul E Rodman John E Newman Thomas Moore John D Willett Henry Muir Thomas J Stocker Thomas J Blincoe Jessie Rapier Steve Rapier Harrol Hurst Bernard Hurst Barber Baldwin Guy Baldwin Frank Smith Dr J E Smith James B CooneyDaniel J Talbott Ben Johnson P Whelan Sid Smith T N Conly John S JWelen and M Meltingly With little ado the work of electing officers was entered upon and resulted as followsRev Charles J OConnell Spiritual DirectorPresidentJohn M Cooney Pirst Vice Presi4ent Henry Vhelan Second Vice President Thomas Joyce Recording SecretaryE H Mattiugly Corresponding Secretary P Rodman Financial SecretaryJ E Newman TreasurerThomas Moore Jr MarshalJohn Willett Outside Sentinel Henry Muir Inside SentinelThomas Stocker Executive CommitteeJessie Rapier u Jackson Blincoe and Dr Ed Smith Delegate to the Grand CouncilJohn- M Cooney alternate J E Newman It was decided by unanimous vote to call the new organization OConnell Council Thirtyfive members signed the char ter roll which will be left open for the presentAmong the visitors who attended the formal organization of OConnell Council were From De Fraine Council Lebanon J ArthurSmlth Grand Director John G Barr F A elder and President F L Ballard From St Catherines Council New Haven John J Barry Supreme Director President Edwin C Dawson William J Dawson B E Coomes J Walker Bowling and Robert J Green well From Louisville Grand Secretary George J Lautz President Tom Garvey of Trinity Council James Perry of Satolli Council and William M Higgins of Mackin Council During the meeting a number of very interestingtalks were made Grand DI- rector J Arthur Smith of De Fraine Council invited all present to visit Leba non and urged as many as possible to attend the Grand Council at Louisville Supreme Director John J Barry of New Haven always an interesting talker was at him best He gave many admirable suggestions as to the maintenance of in terest in the new council and likened the Young Mens Institute to a young mans best girlthe more you see of her the better yon like her He concluded by inviting all to attend the sessions of St Catherines Council at New Haven William M Higgins editor of the Ken tucky Irish American was called apon and told briefly what the order was doing for young men in Louisville Mr Hig gins also wanted all to attend the tenth anniversary of Mackin Council tomorrow James Perry of Satolli Councill spoke words of encouragement to the new council and said that beginning under such favorable auspices It was bound to in crease rapidly and steadily President F L Ballard of De Fraine Council pre dlcteda great future for OConnell Council and told of the entertainments given by his council in Lebanon and bow his council was oa the eve of purchasing its own home President Edwin C Dawson of St Catherines Council said that visit ors from OCoanell Couacilwould always find the latch string OH the outside At New Haven Grand Secretary Lutz expressed him self as extremely gratified with the coun cil just formed and the loyal spirit exhibited by the members President Garvey of Trinity Council stated that he believed the new council was destined to become a great one and made valuable suggestions as to the conduct of its mem bers and officers He dwelt at lengthon the social features of the Young Mens Institute In conclusion he invited all who attended the coming Grand Council to make Trinity Council their headquar ters during their stay in Louisville Preident John M Cooney of OConnell Council thanked the visitors for their presence their work and words of en couragement He invited all to return at an early date to see how their work had been appreciated Henry Whelan another member of the baby council said the members proposed to build up rapidly so that they could all be proud of their council Second Vice President Joyce spoke along the same line as Mr Whelan Messrs Newman Moore and others fol lowed in brief remarks thanking the visitors and promising them a warm welt come on future visits The organization got down to work after this and appointed committees on bylaws and place of meet lug The visitors from Louisville were royally entertained at the Newman House Bardstowns noted hostelry George M Talbott the proprietor could not do enough to make his guests feel at home Not one of the visitors will forget Bardstown and mine host Talbott By the way President Cooney took James Perry of Satolli out bowling Saturday night and Perry surprised the natives by establishing a new record for Bard town alleys He failed to hit one pin with six balls r ra GOLDEN JUBILEE Of Archbishop Ryan to Be Celebrated In Grand Style The Most Rev Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia will celebrate his golden sacerdotal jubilee on Tuesday The event will be out of the ordinary in that arch diocese as none of his predecessors attained his fifty years of priesthood while head of the See At the jubilee mass the sermon will be preached by the Right Rev Ignatius F Horstmann Bishop of ClevelandBlsnop Horstmann officiated as a priest in Phila delphia many years before he was con secrated Bishop The people oj his archdiocese have collected a fund of C1080 cirleiltGcprei tt A7cl bishop Ryan during the ceremonies on Tuesday The venerable prelate has made known his intention to turn over the money to the St Vincent Orphans Home in his Cathedral city Archbishop Ryan was born at Thurles Ireland seventytwo years ago and was preparing to visit his birthplace when his clergy andlait prevailed upon him to celebrate his gold jubilee at hom- ePROSPERITY Is on Its Way to Louisville by Way of Southern Indiana Louisville is coming to the front with a rush if the publications in the daily papers are to believed Ten days ago we were given to understand the great falls of the Ohio were to be utilized for generating electricity and that a big corpora tion was being formed to push the matter to a successful completion This week it develops that arrangements are being made to connect the greater part of Southern Indiana with interurban lines One line connecting New Albany and Jeflersonville will enter Louisville via the Big Four bridge Another of the proposed lines will run through the western part of Southern Indiana and enter Kentucky via the Kentucky and Indiana bridge If all these things are true Louisville will certainly be on a boom Every resident should help the good work along DEATHS HAND Laid upon Vincent Barrett- a Popular Young Man Vincent J Barrett aged twenty years died at his home 1512 Eighteenth street last Tuesday morning He had been ill a short time and suffered from a compli cation of diseases The deceased was a clerk in the Illinois Central freight depot and was very popular among his fellow clerks and associates He was a son of Lawrence W Barrett a foreman for the Peerless Manufacturing Company The funeral took place from the Sacred Heart church at 0 oclock Thursday morning The sympathy of many friends has gone out to the bereaved father THE GAEL FOR SEPTEMBER The Gael for September has quite a number of interesting articles One of the most learned and at the same time most delightful offerings is the Rev Father Eugene OGrowneya essay on Gaelic Greetings and Blessings Another splen didly written paper is a character sketch of the Hon Timothy Healy M P W B Yeata the celebrated Irish poet con tributes a ooe act play The poetry song sad fiction in the current number of the Get are all of a high order ciIll CENTENARY Robert Emmets Execution Will Bo Celebrated by the Ladies I Great Interest Manifested at tho Meeting of the Auxiliary County Board Receives Reports On Success of the Irish Field Day NEW HIBERNIAN MILITARY COMPANY The Ladles Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians met at Hibernian Hall Sunday night with a splendid at tendance Quite a number of gentlemen were present to encourage the ladies in their good work Miss Mary Cavanaugh presided David OConnell made an in teresting talk on the necessity of paying strict attention to the reading of the min utes Nineteen applications for member ship were read and twentytwo names were balloted upon and elected to mem bership The work of initiation was entered upon and nineteen ladies received the first and second degrees Misses Cavanaugh Sheridan Foley and Mrs L J Mackey exemplified the degree work The ladies initiated were Misses Agnes Nevils Mary Condon Mary Duane Jose phine Monahan Margaret Shea Hattie Higgins Fannie Kennedy Annie Nevils Josephine Godfrey Jennie McEvoy Mary Virginia Barrett Josephine Cavanaugh Annie Zorn Mesdames Tnomas Keenan John Riley Kate Burke M Rlbn and William Gnau Words of encouragement were ad dressed to the ladies by State President Keenan State Secretary Meehan Presi dent Cavanaugh of Division 3 President Hennessy of Division 4 Tom Callahan David OConnell William Ansbro and others Daniel J Lehan of Cincinnati who was present told of the good work being done by the Ladies Auxiliary In Cincinnati where they had a membership of400Several ladies present expressed the de sire to celebrate appropriately the cente a sKol Robert execution if the County ard did not take the matter up This sentiment found favor with the majority State Secretary Meehan dis tributed among the members copies of the Lords Prayer and the Angelical Salutation in Gaelic Miss Julia Kelly was elected Financial Secretary to suc ceed Mrs Abbie Rosskopp who resigned because she was not able to give her time to the work The ladies were all in a good humor and enthusiastic over the success of the new organization Many expressed the wish that National President Dolan or exNational President Keating could be brought here to attend the proposed Emmet celebration The auxiliary ad journed to meet at the call of the Presi dent Miss Mary Cavanaugh The County Board met Monday night with County President Patrick T Sullivan in the chair and every division repre seated Reports were read from each of the four divisions showing how well they had played their respective parts on Irish field day George J Butler Treas urer of the field day made a partial report of receipts and expenses showing that when all bills were paid a comfortable balance would be found on the right side of the ledger It was decided that the County Board would not attempt to hold an Emmet celebration but would give the Ladies Auxiliary a clear field to arrange for any entertainment the propose to give County President Sullivan made a brief address thanking the members individually and collectively for their good work on Irish field day Thomas Dolan Chairman of the Games Committee spoke on the ad visability of organizing an Irish athletic club He also thanked alt for their courteous treatment and stated that thit would be his last attendance as a member ofthe County Board since he intended to resign as Vice President of Division 1 Mr Dolan has always labored zealously for the promotion of athletics among Hibernians and deserves well of the com munity for his hard work and selfsacri ficing spirit The County Board has decided to move at opec toward the organization of a military company among the members of the four divisions The board adjourned to meet at the call of County President Sullivan HIS HORSE FELL A horse which the Rev Father Michael President of St Marts College was rid- Ing near Bardstown last week fell and turning upon his side caught the priests ankle beneath and painfully strained it Fortunately hlsiinjury was not serious and Father Michael has recovered suffi ciently to return home CHANGE OF NAMP j At afthe Golden Rod Club held last week it was decided to change the name of the organization to the Ira 08edofthe Boat End and is rapidly pushing to the front M a social organization The Ira Belnoat Socials will be pkNuwd to I LI c 4 w Jhave their friends attend an anniversary reception and dan4e to be given at the club rooms 1407 Payne street on the evening of Wednesday September 16 An excellent unless band has been secured and every preparation made for a good time PROGRESS MADE IB Arranging For Central Commit tees Coming Entertain met The entertainment i committee of the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America at its last meeting was presided over bj Joseph P McGinn The following members answered the roll call John Sctwlda Ben Speaker John J Score Michael Reichert and Al F Martin Mr Speaker who is in charge of the arrangements for tthe proposed dra matic and literary entertainment reported that those who were to take part in the drama would Wet and have their first rehearsal on Wednesday night Mr Reichert presentedseveral painted hangers and stated hat he would paint enough from week tp week to distribute in every part of the City It was decided to invite the Very Rev Father Bar the State Spiritual Director to deliver an address preceding the entertainment The meeting adjourned to meet at Attorney Newton G Rogers office at 8 oclock this evening J NEW HOME t r Purchased by Del Fraine Council at Lebanon lea Varltable Beauty V De Fraine Council Young Mens Institute of Lebanon has purchased its own club house The new home of De Fraine Council is a handsome twostory brick building of eight rOOms and is situated in the center of a plot of ground 150x150 feet at the corner of Spalding avenue and Mulberry street nndadjoins St Angus tines male school The lawn surround ing the club house is shaded with beauti ful trees The price paid was 2600 or 600 be low the actual market value of the property The house sad grounds belonged to a Catholic syndicate who let it go at a reduced price in older to keep it in Catholic hands President F L Ballard and his colleagues ialDe Fraine Council are justly proud of tkrnewhom- eRECENT v ttDEATHS William E Clark aged fiftyfive years died Thursday afternoon at his home 927 Twentysecond street The funeral will take place from St Charles Borromeo church at 830 oclock this morning Mr Clarks death is mourned throughout the West End Mrs Elizabeth Mazzoni widow of the late Anthony Mazzoni died at the family residence 923 West Broadway last Tues day afternoon Mrs Mazzoni was seventy one years old and was highly respected The funeral took place from the Cathe dral of the Assumption on Thursday morning The sympathy of the entire community goes out to Lieut Edward Heffernan and his estimable wife in their great grief over the loss of their sevenyearold daughter Victoria L Heffernan who died on Fri day morning of last week The funeral took place from St Anthonys church at 3 oclock on Saturday afternoon James OBrien twentythree years old died at the family residence 1919 High street on Tuesday morning He had been ill only a short time and succumbed to pneumonia The deceased was a son of Arthur OBrien and was highly respected In the community The funeral took place from St Patricks church at 9 oclock Wednesday morning Lucille Garaghty the infant daughter of Jobs Garaghty and Ellen Covert Garaghty died at the family residence 510 East Broadway at 5 oclock Thurs day morning The little one was twentysix months old and had suf fered from brain fever The fune ral took place from the residence at 3 oclock Friday afternoon Little Lucille was an unusually bright child and her parents have the sympathy of many friends in their great grief Mrs Pauline Gruber wife of John L Gruber the well known grocer died at her home Zl07SL Xavier street early Monday morning The funeral took place from St Cetiliae church at 10 oclock Wednesday morning Mrs Gruber had been ill nearly one month and succumbed to an attack of typhoid fever The deceased was thirtyfour years old and was highly respected in the community Besides her husband she leaves three children The family have the sympathy of many friends in their great bereavment LADIES TO OWE EUCHRE The Ladies Auxiliary of the Charity Club have arranged to give a euchre for a worthy cause at Bertvaad Hall on the afternoon and evening of Tuesday September 22 Among the ladle who are working to make euchre a success are Madam ee Newman Haanon Jamison McCanu Coucbman Misew Philomena Gilligan Maggie Soally Nellie Carey Mary Riley Carrie Swift Emma Dep MagilieothersHandsome1 rir TEN YEARS Of Usefulness to Do Celebrated by Mnckln Councils Members All Will Attend Muss and Vespers In n Body Tomorrow History of An Enterprising and Progressive Body of Young Mon ADDITION TO CLUB HOUSE PLANNED That progressive enterprising intelli gent and energetic body of young Catholic gentlemen Mackin Council Young Mens Institute will celebrate the tenth anniversary of its organization tomorrow It will be in every respect a Catholic celebration a day of thanks to the Al mighty for the favors received during the past decade The members will attend solemn high mass celebrated by the Rev Father Kalleher at St Cecilias church at 7 oclock in the morning and will approach holy communion in a body Prof Soete has prepared a special musical pro gramme and the regular choir will be assisted by many members of the council In the afternoon the members of Mackin willattend vespers at St Anthonys church and after the ceremonies will repair to the club house where refreshments will be served Good vocal and instrumental music and a few addresses will enliven the proceedings Mackin Council has performed wonders during its ten years of existense and simply because it has been a high class Catholic organization and its management has always been in the hands of progressive young men The Young Mens Institute of which Mackin Council Is a branch is a society of Catholic young men banded together for the frat ternal moral social and intellectual ad promottheire Hon to God and loyalty to our country are its cardinal principles as set forth in the motto Pro Deo Pro Patria Mackin Council was organized on Sun tIa Se tember 10 1893Jut it has been deemed wise to celebrate the tenth anniversary on Sunday rather than on Thursday the actual anniversary It was the 205th council of the order and was named In honor of the late lamented Rev Father Mackin former pastor of St Cecilias church who died in May 1893 The society was organized at St Cecilias church with forty members and ha grown steadily until at the present time it has 255 members in good standing James T Shelley was Its first President while John M Murray and Vincent B Smith were respectively first and second Vice Presidents In 1894 the member ship had grown so large that the council rented a threestory dwelling at 2537 West Main street as a club house Five years later the members determined town their own house and purchased the old Evans homestead at 530 Twentysixth street They paid 1500 down and gave notes for the balance of the 5000 The last of these notes was paid on Wednes day and Mackin club house belongsI solely to the council The lot has aI frontage of 120 feet and a depth of 180 feet It is now proposed to erect an ad dition to the club house at a cost of 110000 Architects are at work on the plans and the addition will be erected with all possible expedition The fact that the members have paid off a debt of 3500 in less than three years augursI well for future success Besides paying for their home the members of Mackin have paid out 3000 in sick benefits and 1100 in death benefits in ten years On the ground floor of the new addition will be a modernly equipped gymna sium and swimming pool so arranged that the room can be converted into a lodge room on short notice Libraries reading moms and reception halls will be located on the second floor When the new building is completed Mackin clubhouse will be second to none in the city During the life of Mackin Council the Rev Father A J Brady pastor of St Cecilias church has always been its Spiritual Director The Presidents id order have been James T Shelley Frank D Lyons Vincent B Smith George J KerbergDanMembers of all the local councils have been invited to attend Mackins celebra tion tomorrow and no doubt a large crowd of visitors will be ia attendance- At the meeting on Tuesday night a good crowd was ia attendance Jacob Heinrich of Seymour Council was trans ferred to Mackin Council John B Gam brall and George Wenzel were elected members and six new applications were received The Visiting Committee reported Wesley Adams improving and Joseph J Lynn entirely recovered The council ordered letters of condolence sent to Louis Heck and Steve Harney each of whom recently lost a sister Two teams were appointed to secure new members The contest between them will last until January 1 and the losing team will treat the winners to a asIIuliBHe HenryBluwer- HarryMeranIIll r r Frank Adams Charles Lauscher Arthur Senn Charles Stewart John Schaeffer Tafel Przykucki Dan Weber Charles Raidy captain Patrick Mul larkey Hugh J HIggins Charles Smith Will Klein Dan Cunniff Steve Harney John Kinney William Shaughnessy Clarence H Zook James Adams Frank Burke Ben Sand Charles Oswald Nicho las Gathof and Prank Murphy Unity Council of New Albany will attend the Mackin festivities in a body The members of Unity will meet at the depot at 130 oclock Sunday afternoon and come to Louisville in time to attend vespers at St Anthonys church After the religious services they will visit Mackin club house and assist at the so cial celebration NEW IRELAND Former Lord Mayor Dillon Expresses His Own Opinion The Hon Valentine E Dillon former ly Lord Mayor of Dublin who arrived in New York on Mondaytakes an optimistic view of Irish affairs To a representative of the Associated Press Mr Dillon said Ireland has crossed the turning line into a newer and a better civilization Only those who have lived In that land all their days as I have done can fully appreciate the present condition of the provinces And now that the eyes of the British Government are opened we act ually feel better Personally Ive never been of an aggressive nature but had the turning point not soon been reached Ireland would have been forced to a condition that is anything but desir able But the new land bill has antici pated such a crisis and the next ten years will see Ireland rid of the system by which the provinces have been impov erished WELL DESERVED Was the Promotion of Night Clerk Thomas H Hines It is with pleasure that his friends learn of the promotion of Thomas H Hines for the last fifteen years night clerk at the CourierJournal building During his long connection with the CourierJournal Company Mr Hines has always been noted for his faithfulness and strict at tention to daftwas no sur rise to many when it was learned that he had been appointed manager of Music Hall to succeed Boyd Wilson recently de ceasedMr Hines carries with him to his new duties the well wishes of his friends and acquaintances In his new role he will undoubtedly prove as faithful as in the hallsshould attain a standard that will meet all the requirements of a public place of amusement SEASON CLOSED Manager Zabol Made Phoonlx Hill Park Popular This Year The picnic season at Phoenix Hill Park closed September 1aCter a term of un precedented prosperity There was hardly a night during the spring apd summer months that the beautiful park was not the scene of festivity Much of this pros perity was due to the able management of Theodore L Zabel who had charge of the park and who increased its popularity by being acconiodating to his patrons at all times In many instances he made sacri fices where his patrons did not expect them It is to be hoped that when the picnic season rolls aronnd next year Mr Zabel will be in charge to welcome the patrons of Phoenix mil Park CATHOLIC SCHOOLS Will Reopen Monday With Many Now Girls and Boys All the Catholic schools in Louisville parochial and private will throw open their doors Monday for the session of 19034 A big increase is expected in all of these schools and academies and ample provision has been made for the accommodation of pupils The Catholic schools of Louisville com pare favorably with the schools of other cities in every respect and are in charge of such well known educators as the Sisters of Charity Sisters of Mercy Sis ters of St Dominic Sisters of Loretto the Ursuline Sisters Xaverian Brothers and Brothers of St John- JEWELER KERSTINO Attention is called to the advertisement in another column of H F Kerating jeweler and optician at Eighteenth and Market streets Mr Kersting Is one of the oldest and most respected jewelers in the city and deserves the patronage of the public MEN ARE OUT The men employed in the Avenue Theater are out because Manager Shaw will not pay the union scale This house la the one that produces such obnoxious burlesques as McFaddeaa Flats and IU inability to pay causes little surprise U rf SPLENDID WORK Of Monsignor Znblor Appre elated by People of St Martins Church Silver Jubilee of Ills Ordination Will Be Royally Cele brated Many Improvements Made Dur ing Ills Pastorate Re flect Credit BISHOP ICLOSm WILL ASSIST The people of St Martins congrega tion are making great preparations for the three days celebration of the silver jubilee of their pastor the Right Rev Monsignor Francis de Sales Zabler Monsignor Zabler was born in Germany and was ordained priest at Salzburg Germany on September 22 1878 He pursued his calling in his native land until 1883 when he came to Louisville as assistant to the pastor the Very Rev Father Ludger Beck O M C Five years later Father Zabler succeeded to the pastorate and has continued In that capacity during the last fifteen years In 1898 he was appointed Monsignor and received the Insignia of his office on the same day with the late and lamented Monsignor Bouchet During his long service at St Martins Monsignor Zibler has endeared himself to the people and has made many im provements in the church in addition to erecting the large hall on Gray street During the past year St Martins church has been repainted and renovated tiled floors and new pews have been added and the church has been fully equipped with electric lights Besides that the church has been extended eighteen feet on the east with a handsome stone front and marble stairways in place of the old brick front and wooden steps The latest ornament is a statue of St Martin It represents him on horseback and dividing his cloak with a beggar The three figures in the group are of heroic size and their aggregate weight is 6000 pounds All of these improvements are dueto the indefatigable energy of Monr glgnor Zabler The fottial feature of the three days jubilee will ocrnrt 70 oclock on Sun day evening September 20 when tnS people of the congregation will assemble in the big hall on Gray street near Shelby to meet and greet their beloved pastor During the evening Schillers Bells will be sung by the choir under the direction of Prof Bernard Dentinger At 730 oclock on Tuesday evening the children of St Martins school will assemble in the big hall and congratulate Monsignor Zabler Instrumental and vocal music will be rendered The main religious celebration will take place on Tuesday morning at 10 oclock the actual twentyfifth anni versary of his ordination Monsignor Zabler will celebrate solemn high mass The Right Rev Bishop McCloskey will occupy a position of honor in the sanctu ary and nearly all the clergymen in the city will be in attendance Prof Bernard Dentinger who will preside at the organ has secured a full orchestra and many of the best singers in the city to assist in the rendition of the mass The sermon will be preached by the Rev Father William Steng D DJ of Providence R I At nson Monsignor Zabler Bishop Mc Closkey and the other clergymen will be given a banquet in the boys school hall This will be the closing feature of the jubilee a FATHER HAGAN DEAD A Native of Kentucky He Labored Long In State of Illinois It was with profound regret that the Catholics of Louisville learned of the death of the Rev Father James Monroe Hagan which occurred at Lagrange Ill last Sunday Father Hagan was born In Nelson county Kentucky fiftytwo years ago and was a brother of Capt Frank Hagan of this city After attending the public schools in Nelson county he removed to his brothers home in Louisville where he attended the parochial schools and then having determined to become a priest he entered the seminary at Vin cennes On completing his classical course there he went to Austria and r studied theology in the famous university at Innsbruk and was ordained priest there Upon returning to the United States Father Hagan was assigned to the diocese faithfullyforLagrange III permanent rector a pas hisdeathforChicagohisbrotherS FISHERS RETURN Deputy Circuit Court Clerks Mark Ryan Frank Dacher Albert Ran and Horace Lindsay left Wednesday to spend hingatBlackifioThewlUreturnthLJevelllngwith their friends Comfortably o cTQNTUCKY IRISII arinE1IcaN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN 11111 1111111 1111 Berated to the Moral end Social Advancement of all Irish Americana KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the Louisville Postofflce as SecondClass Matter AddieuiH CowanskiWoHitolbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1903 LABOR DAY Monday will be Labor day a day set apart by act of Congress to b observed as an annual national holi day Moreover the Governors of the various States and the Mayor- of cities and towns have proclaimedI I itheiis this It is because the American people recognize the dignity off labor and recognize the fact thatt the workingman is the conerstone of the American republic From time immemorial we hav e all heard of the dignity of labor The man who earns his bread byr the sweat of his brow has a dignity all his own Without labor we amount to nothing A man does not necessarily have to belong to aL union or to wield a hammer to be aL laborer The merchant who toils in his office the commercial trav star who spends his time traveling e over the country the minister iinI his pulpit the editor at his desk the manufacturer in his mill the farmer tilling his soil the banker figuring interest and discounts the sailor on the high seas and the roustabouts on rushing rivers are all laboring men The man who thinks it beneath his dignity to labor is mentally and morally lack ing The man who tills the soil andl makes nature yield a bounteous harvest the miner who enters the bowels of the earth and draws forth iron silver and gold the carpenter the bricklayer and stone mason are as much entitled to ihe result of their llabor a tttebanker vaad manufacturer are entitled to the result of their labors There should be no strife between capital and labor and there would be none if the capitalists and manufacturers would remember that the man wh works for him has rights and iif labor unions would remember that the capitalists have rights that must be respected Whenever either one forgets or overrides the rights of the other there is bound to be trouble Therefore it be hooves the labor unions to put the best men in charge men who are known and respected for integ rity and broadmindednesss instead of agitators and trouble breeders The majority of labor unions have done this and wherever it has been done these unions are respected But not until every union adopts the same methods will the right of labor to organize be generally re spected LET PRINTERS ALONE The Rev gather Baart rector of St Marys church at Marshall Mich according to apparently authentic press reports publicly denounced the oath taken by mem bers of the International Typo graphical Union He quotes the oath as follows I hereby solemnly and sincerely swearthat my fidelity to the Typo graphical Union and my duty to the members thereof shall in no sense be interfered by any allegi ance that I may now or hereafter owe to any other organization social political or religious Father Baart insists that this oath places the union before the church and before the State and demands that the oath be modified or cut out Father Baart like many others is afraid of the union bugaboo The oath was framed by Catholic printers than whom there are no more loyal adherents to faith and lovers of country and rather Bttrt in jumping on the union printers puts himself in the attitude of those Protestant minis ters who from time to time rear their heads and ask Catholics Suppose the Pope of Rome would countryewhat would you do Father Baart may understand hisaria3neglected There are men in the priesthood now who were union printers and who were proud to ftake the oath of allegiance to the Typographical Union No man much less a minister of the gospel ever amounted to anything who denounces things he knows nothing about WORKS AMERICANS The late Phineas T Barnum struck a keynote when he said the people liked to be humbugged But in this age of progress Sir Thomas Lipton has made an im provement on Barnums methods Barnum advertised liberally in newspapers and on posters Sir Thomas Lipton spends probably a quarter of a million on a racing yacht and gets more than ten times that much advertising in news papers and magazines The mean est country weekly in the United States has sung the praises of Sir Thomas and prased his sportsman like conduct Sir Thomas is beaten year after year but the following lyear he bobs up serenely and wants another try for the cup He does not seem to know when he is beaten and American journalists continue to advertise him and his i frije nf charge It is not o much that Sir Thomas does not know when he is whipped as it is that he knows a good thing and appreciates it all the more when he gets it for nothing iWe congratulate the Rev Father CatholicoUnion and Times of Buffalo on his magnificent paper of thirtysix pages of date August 27 The occasion for the extraordinary sup plement was the consecration of the Right Rev Bishop Colton and his formal reception in Buffalo The Catholic Union and Times is instructiyejournal of Catholics both in and out of the diocese of Buffalo Keogh Casey and Doyle were the names of the Americans who carried off the Palma trophy for long range marksmanship at Bisley England More Anglo Saxoas eh THE IDEAL DAUGHTER A devoted cheerful caressing daugh ter Is the joy of a home Happy the house that resounds all day long with her songs and the peals of her silvery laughter She is the sun that shines all day She is the chain that binds father and mother together and their safeguard against any danger to their love and faithfulness to each other Is there any thing that could entice the father out of his home to long as the girl is in itNo nothing but work that he has to do andwhich he cheerfully does all the time longing for that welcome kiss when he returns home- I admire the love of a daughter for her mother but it is so common so natural that I am always ready to take it for granted but the love of a daughter for a father What a sight for the gods it hi Look at that girl on her fathers knee with her arms around his neck fondling him petting him patting his face curling his mustache pulling his nose Look at them in the street arm in arm like old pals His weight is not one ounce in that girls company he is a man of twenty five not a day older Watch them flatten their noses against the shop windows looking at all the pretty things inside But they do not remain outside Surely they go in the little rogue knows her business She knows that papa is always ready to cheerfully part with his loose cash She gives him a nudge a little wink they laugh and in they go And what a time they have discussing over the choice of all the things they are going to Navel When they return home they get scolded for their extravagance but thats all right Mamma is not a bjt jealous Besides have they Rot bought something for her Of course they have U S00IETV I Miss Margaret Connelly has returnedl from Atlantic City Miss Martha Dugan spent the present week with friends at Lagrange Miss Ida May Clark is the guest of Mrs Thoaias B Joyce at Bardstown Miss Kate Keating has returned after aI pleasant visit to friends in Memphis Mrs John McAteer and Miss VirginiaI McAteer are spending a week in Chicago Mrs J M Carrico is in New Haven theI guest of her sister Mrs Frank X Rapier Misses Maggie and Katie Cahill are iin New York for a weeks rest and recrea tion Miss Margaret Reardon has returned home after a pleasant visit to Atlantic City Miss Fay Duffy left Wednesday to be the guest of Miss Rebecca McElroy at Lebanon Mrs Eliza Toomey left this week to visit her daughter Mrs John Murphy at Rider Ia Miss Jennie Duffy spent this week as the guest of Miss Margaret McHugh at Henderson Miss Mamie Cottonbrock of Cincin oat is the guest of Mrs J T Leahy a Crescent Hill I Mrs Jeff Underwood and son visited the family of Harrison Nally at Bards town last week Miss Rena Murphy is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs J P Murphy of Beards Station Mr and Mrs J M Ryan have returned home after a pleasant visit of three weeks to New England Ed MonoLan left for Georgetown D C today and will resume his studies at Washington College Mr and Mrs John P Cassilly have returned from Waukesha where they spent several pleasant weeks Miss Birdie McCabe has returned home after a pleasant visit to Philadelphia Bal timore and Washington Thomas J Mahoney spent last week as the guest of his daughter Mrs Joseph Pottinger of New Haven Mr and Mrs Wyble Mapother have gone to Petoskey and other points on the lakes to spend severalweeks Mrs Joseph Filey of New Albany who spent two pleasant weeks with relatives at Shelbyville has returned home Mrs J OBrien and daughters Misses IjtthfliidiCctHerfaaveTetti w delightful visit to Estill Springs Little Miss Margaret Higgins returned honie Thursday after a delightful visit with Miss Helen Osborne at Oakdale Mr and Mrs Mike Quinn of Nash ville who visited relatives in Louisville for several weeks have returned home Mrs George Hunter and daughter Miss Beatrice were the guests of James Vitti toe and family at Bardstown last week Miss Nora McDonough who spent a pleasant month with her aunt Mrs B Gaudy in Chicago has returned home Mrs Thomas Moran and daughter Miss Aline will leave next week to spend ten days with friends in Syracuse N Y Miss Mayme Clark of St Louis is visiting her cousins Misses Lee and Katherine McCloskey 1703 Brookjtreet Mrs D ONeill and daughter Miss Nellie have returned from Birmingham and Bessemer Ala where they visited friends Martin J Englert of the American Bottling Works will leave Monday for New York where be will spend a vaca Lion of six weeks Mrs Lizzie Ryan of Indianapolis widow of former State Treasurer James B Ryan is visiting her sister MrsI Thomas Hanlon near New Albany Miss Eva Canty who has returned from Benton Harbor Chicago and St IosephI was given a trolly party by her sister Miss Fanny Canty last Monday eveningI Misses Nellie and Sallie Hannan wereII theguests of their brother Ed D Han nan of Paducah this week Before returning home they will visit friends InII Illinois Mrs William J Semouin and daugh ters Misses May and Camille have re turned home after a pleasant mouth spentII as guestsof Mrs W H Ragland at Jef fersontown I Mrs C McKeegan of Rochester N YII and Miss Lena King of New York City will arrive next week and will be the guests of Mrs William Osborne on the Grand Boulevard I Mrs Lena Struck and Mrs Fred Struck and daughter Vivian Margaret and niece Clara Reid returned from Bards town yesterday They spent a week withtt friends and relativesIMrs Andrew Gallagher and daughter- of Omaha Neb are visiting Mrs Galla gbers mother Mrs P Hannon 1412 Longest avenue They expect to remain in Louisville one mouth Mrs Bridget Hines of Nashville who spent several weeks in Louisville aa the uet of Mrs Catherine Bradley on Garden street and other relative returned home last Sunday A pretty baby girl baa arrived at the home of Joseph Sullivaa OB Weettthird street New Albany Mother and child y c doing well aud Jthe proud papa Iiis Iare congratulations Mayme Hourigan who went t Asheville N C two months ago has decided to spend the winter there Her many friends are glad to learn that she has wonderfully improved in health Miss Helen Hollcnkamp has returned1 delighttWsit11I f the Battery Park Hotel and Mrs William 1 Francis formerly Miss Nellie Hour7 igan Charles Wilkins and Miss Mary McDonald were married in the patio- of the Sacred Heart church rectory 01 Thursday evening the Rev Father officiating Both are popular yours people IThe marriage of Dennis Reardon and Miss Margaret Rose Lawler was solem sized by the Very Rev Father Cronin at St Patricks church last Tuesday morn ling The church was crowded with friends of the happy couple After a trip through the East Mr and Mrs Reardo will begin housekeeping in the par of the city Mrs Edward Lynch a well known resident of Syracuse arrived here TuesdayY to spend a week with Mrs William M Higgins 1630 West Madison street She was entertained at dinner Wednesday evening by Mrs Will Norton Fifth streetI and Thursday she was the guest of Mrs William Osborne formerly of Syracuse at her beautiful home in Oakdale retturned Monday after a pleasant visit tot Chicago where they spent ten days Mr Stanton visited all of the large dry goodj and department stores iu the Windy City and enjoyed a pleasant chat with Chief of Police ONeill Mr OCouuo r saw all that was worth seeing in the big newspaper offices and job printing houses Bothgentlemen were delightedI with their trip IErnest Bohne Louisville and Miss Margaret McMurtry Shannon of Lexington will be united in the holy bonds off matrimony at St Pauls church on Tues day afternoon Ben Gerst of Louisville will be best man and Miss Katherine Shannon a sister of the hridetobe will be the maid of honor Mr Bohne is a rising young architect Miss Shannon isi one of the most charming and accom pushed young ladies In Lexington Mr and Mrs John Shea entertained a house party at their beautiful home iin Pewee Valley during last week The pleasant occasion was given in honor of Mr and Mrs John Morgan of West Wal nut Hills Cincinnati O Among the many guests present were Mr and Mrs W T Metcalfe of Louisville Mrs Mary Cain Mr and Mrs Ed Stehle Mr and Mrs J McCormick Miss Jannie Casey Misses Annie Tierney Mary Mansfield and Maggie Casey Messrs Dave Walsh Martin Kelly Thomas Sinnott and Stan ley Covington The young people spent le morning ayt g et n awhile the elders enjoyed a drive throng- the I beutiful country In the evenin there was music and dancing and all en joyed the refreshments that a dear old country home can produce HINTS ON STYLE Jade is one of the new greens Gold and silver threads glint through much of the new passementerie and braid The autumn hats show a decided leaning toward high crowns and broad brims and ostrich plumes both long and short pronilse to have great favor Colored laces are being vigorous- pureed by the manufacturers and colare- wool or fibre laces in maltese designs ar upon many of the early model gowns Many new fancy ribbons are being shown in rich and effective colorings that suggest autumn days Panne and astrakhan ribbons are particularly In evidence Band trimming of all kinds is in order and unluckily for stout women a majority of the most modish frocks have skirt trimmings running around the skirts Tassels and pendants of all kinds a pear to be firmly fixed in favor and the tassels in particular are used as a finish for the long epaulets the stoles the velvet net bands etc Report says that the full straight skirt of the winter frocks will be loaded or weighted at the bottom to avoid any bunchiness and to compel the heavy materials fa fall in straight lines front the fullness at waistband or yoke Uuless signs fail furs will be exces slvely in demand during the coming sea son and all the popular furs of last winter will hold their place The pelerine will be the new feature in furs succeeding the stole which was last years fad The shirtwaist kerchief in colors is for the first time obtaining a hold upon the American woinan4 fancy All linen ker chiefs in plaid or striped or dot designs are seen but a alikand linen mixture iis preferred and glv sOfter coloring Ker chiefs in plain color to match costumes are another French fad OFF FOR SCHOOL Miss Marie OBrien the charmin daughter of Mr and Mrs Edward J OBrien will leave Monday for Nazareth Misses Genevieveand Margie Sullivan daughters of Mr and Mrs John J Sulli vanof the Highlands will leave tode to attend school atSt Catherines Acad emy near Springfield During the next week several hundred young ladies and young men and boys will leave to begin the fall term at the various Catholic colleges and academies in Kentucky PRIESTS TRANSFERRED The Rev Father John Kelly has been transferred from Danville to Chicago Ky Tfie Rev Father Coauue of the Cathedral goes to Danville Father Kelly will succeed Father Hart who has gone East for hie health Chicago was the scene of the Rev Father Cwary a labors for three ytww r1 7 EMMETS DAY To Bo Celebrated by the Ladles Auxiliary Ancieitt Order of Hibernians The Ladles Auxiliary Ancient Order of Hibernians will hold a special meet ing at Hibernian Hill tomorrow night ti arrange for the appropriate celebration j the centdnary of Robert Emmets exec I tlon As soon as the County Board dls covered that the ladies desired to celebrate steppersgave ladies a clear field musihal and literary character and will be held i- g i I the new Masonic Theater on the evening of Sunday September 20 The ladles have plenty of material to draw from and will arrange programme both inter7 Ming and instructive i SILVER JUBILEE trne Celebrate TwentyFifth Anniversary The Very Rev Father Felix Ward C S P formerly of the Sacred Heart Retreat near Louisville and now first assistant to the Provincial of the Passion ists will celebrate his silver jubilee or twentyfifthanniversaryofhisordinatioon e place in Newark N J Father Ward was for three years Prior of the Passionist Retreat on the Newburg road in this county He was popular with all classes aria admired for his piety and learning by both the clergy and laity He was also an enthusiastic are ber of the Knights of Columbus The many friends of Father Ward earnestly hope that he may live to celebrate his golden jubilee DONOHUES MAGAZINE The current number of Donohues Mag azine abounds with good reading matter not only on current topics but article descriptive of Irish scenery Katherin- Tynan Hinkson offers a splendid srtd- on Robert Emmet and Seumas McManu contridutes a veritable prose poem on thi Nine Glens of Antrim The poetry an fiction is up to the high standard set b Donohues Magazine BASE BALL The Frank Goss base ball nine will1 play the J M RobinsonNorton team at Eclipse Park tomorrow afternoon The RobinsonNorton nine is champion off the Commercial League while the Frank Goss team claims the championship of Kentucky The game will be called at 315 oclock sharp Ladies will be ad milted free A spirited contest is ex pected EXTRA ASSESSMENT dentheupremghave ordered an extra assessment The deficit has been greatly reduced during the last few months and it is believed this one will obviate the necessity of levying any further extra assessments during the present year HOMELY AXIOM liDo not bite off a bigger piece than you can chew is a homely axiom that it iis safe to heed aud which expresses iu lan guagemore forcible perhaps than elegant kuoYtv odf weknow how to manage why is it that we over and over again place ourselves iin this uncomfortable position How easy it would be gauge oar powers and our purses at their right value sad act accordingly if we only wouldbut it iis forever the same old story We stupidly pile up burdens upon our shoulders that are absolutely senseless but that after a time weigh as heavily as Sinbad the Sailors Old Man of the Sea In nine espout of ten people live beyond their strength and beyond their income and what a waste of vital power that means what depression and parking care HEALTH AND BEAUTY The vanity of woman has been deplored by sages and reformers from time imme morial Yet after all it has given way to a power of good in regard to the man ner of living Women are now fully convinced that health and beauty ar synonymous terms The hitherto tyran nical goddess Fashion must now adapt herself to the rules of hygiene Tia waists and narrow chests are decided out of date Physical culture calls Eo Yr YI development of muscles and firm flesh and consequently our girls are larger stronger and better types of womaaG than the girls of a generation or so ago What to eat must be governed by our physical conditions If you are too thin eat salads that are plentiful in olive oili and supply your bread generously with butter The drinking of rich milk will help to fill out the hollows in your cheeks Ifga superabundance of flesh threatens you then appease your appetite with lean meat and such vegetables as cresses cucumbers lettuce cabbages and tomatoes freelyY A cup of hot water drunk before breakfast helps to keep away flabby flesh besides being excellent for digestion A stewed chop is recommended for an invalids dinner Trim all the fat from a goodsized loin chop and put in a casse I role or covered dish with two tablespoonfuls of water and a little salt Legit tem In a moderate oven for half an hour Serve very hot with the gravy pouted over it This is very easily di geetedBrush the bottom cruet of pie with white of egg before putting in the fruit to prevent the juices rota being absorbed and the crust getting soggy iJ GRAND PRIZE CONTEST r 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 nto send in your ballots and new subscriptions Everybody has a chance to win If you are mar greatdexposition for a week If you are a single man or thenKentucky Irish American Get your friends inter ested for you at once F EIJUQ IIFIF1I f1f1ERIRN WORLtOS FAIR BHIiLOT ff I VOTK FOR tt ADDRKSS MW t I SIGNED Saturday Sept 5 1903 + GivenarEither New or Old Sub scribers for Each Paid Yearly Subscription BEGIN VOTING FOR YOUR FRIENDS Central Labor Union CARNIVAL Sept 7 to19 Inclusive At Brook and Breckinridge Streets Labor Day Parade and Review at Carnival Grounds FERRARI BROS GREAT LONDON CARNIVAL CO14BIG SHOWS g SrAU mng EXTRA ATTRACTIONI DIAVOLOIn His Thrilling Feat Loop the Loop tMost Hazardous Act Before the American Public SPECIALLY ENGAGED FOR LABOR CARNIVAL + + + H M H H+++ H4+Hf++++++ JAMESftfts 9 159 West Jefferson Street Fish and Oysters BOTH PHONES iSSOO ++++++4 +++++ t++4f+t+ ttttt+t+t+t++ +I tgl i l 111 if AFIIEIIIIA I AiEEIEIIt Iltf ffll3 d rjMuifloonf Monument Conpnyjp OFe = II ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE I ij I I I Monuments i I i x se codArtistic Work Only Solicited Workshops and studios Carrara Italy I STREETiI ii- 1nDftUUDftI nsHnnUDftI a T TIONERePRINTERSBlank Boaka pBManuJactur8rs BINDERSRepresentann f the Hammond Typewriter tor Kentucky Typewrite iHle Ribbons elc for all Machines BOOKS F lLERSCor Third oariren Sts LOUISVILLE KY OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGE Louis Wabnitz Co Proprietors STOlllcla d KEwJCITCHY IRXSH Ala RIOAN 11101 I I HuH 1 H+I iiI I 1 +11+ IHiHHHl1ululHuH I HH I I HI+i t 123tj E CT J BAIE RJSTT F f j1DIRECTORj1 838 EAST MAIN STREET I businessIJ MRS JOHN J BARRETT 1 +1 +HI+IH+IIHI+11IuIH 1 H+HuH1 I HHlull IttI11I f e It r IA D BAX j t FuneralI Director and Embalmer j5j rren rc Ia47rr1p gOGO- p f Carriages For All Occasions 700 E CHESTNUT ST 891 KY M A 8 8 N N and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST OREEN ST FOR BEST OLD1 CALL UPON I AND OAK STS TEN CENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out ON SALE TO and Ky LINE to New Mexico aria Texas Special Low One Way and Round Trip Rates in effect on first and third each month to the South and Arkansas Indian Texas etc Best Line to Hot For folder and matter of California and circulars of lands in the South and through tickets call on W3 McBride City Paw Agent southeast corner Fourth and Market or address F W Harlo w k u IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma I ON THE IDlmP9115 twIDillI Il mw In an PARLOR DINING CAR 0 E H BACON District Agent Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent C H Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager 14 JOHN F OBRTLBUTC- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone LOUISVILLE L PETER ANDRIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing MKENNA WHISKY SEVENTH Illinois Central Railroa F 8UMMfR UCUR810N nCKH8 Grayson Springs Dawson Springs Cerulean Springs ONLY running through personally conducted Excursion Arizona Sleepers California Tuesdays Southwest Territory Oklahoma Springs descriptive descriptive DPAHlayU1e SHE t- oCHICAGO ELEGANT Passenger Louisville ROCKWELL IriOPKINS Opening of Season 190304Sunday Sept 6 BVEHY AFTERNOON AND NIGHT Mme MantelliIMEZZO SOPRANO THE MARCO TWINS comedy CLIVETTE shadowgraph FERGUSON MACK com edlans PANTZER TRIO contortionists RUTH NELTA singer CLAUDIUS CORBIN banjo Ists and the BIOGR- APHMJISONIg THEATER 4th and Chestnut Opp Postolllco MATINEES Wednesday Thursday Saturday Beginning with Labor Day Matinee Rich 8 Harris Rollicking Comedy 6iMasooThe Comedy Success of the Continent Nlght15 25 35 50 75 No higher Matlnee10 and 25 Cents No HJgher NEXTTwo Little Vagrants BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY SEPT 6 lUtlneei Sunday Monday Wedneidtjr Saturday ScrllmeiDrcw Amusement Company PRESENT The Tiger Lilies COllPANY daintybouquetvaudeville aggregation GO rro Pioneer Bottling HouseF- OR rr STRAIGHT WHISKIES BIG JUG AT DOOR J DP X JV3VT 913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Station WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 V GREEN StT HER HAPPY DAY Sister Mary of St Henry of the order of the Good Shepherd celebrated the silver jubilee of her profession at St Xaviers convent on Bank street last Thursday morning Mass was cele brated by the Rev Fathers McParland and Cone Pother McParland preached a brief sertron After an elaborate breakfast for the nuns and clergy the children of the convent school gave a musical and literary entertainment Sister Mary w formerly a Miss Clemens and despite the fact that she belongs to an order that lives in McItuioH has mauy friends in Louisville 11 k 10 r STANDING Of Contestants in the Kentucky Irish Americans Popu larity Race Growlji of Interest III Contests- is Satisfactory and Steady KentuckyH Mineral Wealth and Fertile Fields on Exhibition GET YOUR FRIENDS TO WORK I A little more than one month ago the Kentucky Irish American offered its pa trons a prize or rather four prizes in the shape of trips to the great Louisiana Pur chase Exposition or Worlds Fair to be held in St Louis next year To the most popular married couple it offered to give railroad transportation to St Louis and a week at the Lindell Hotel to the most popular single lady and to the most popu lar single gentleman similar prizes were offered Interest in the contest began at once and has grown steadily and satis factorily For the first time the Ken tucky Irish American presents to its readers the names of the contestants who have been entered in the races and their respective standing Here they are MARRIED COUPLE John H Hennessey and wife200D- an McKenna and wife100Tho- mas D Claire and wife 100 John Meagher and wife 60 Thomas Dolan and wife 60 Pat F McCarthy and wife 60 Michael Reichert and wife 50 Joseph P McGinn and wife 50 John Jt Sullivan and wife 50 Harry Brady and wife 60 SINGLE LADY Mamie Reilly 100 Alice Walsh 50 Julia Kelly 60 Mary Cavanaugh 60 Margaret Norton 50 Katie Henley 50 Annie Luckert 50 SINGLE GENTLEMAN John Cavanaugh 105 Frank McDonogli 52 Louis Dugan 60 Ed Dalton 50 Tom Camfield 50 Lieut Tom Fitzgibbons 50 Dave Burke 60 Charles Raidy 60 John Crotty 50 Will McNally 50 James Hand 60 Ed Toomey 60 Tom Furlong 60 From now until the close of the present year the standing of the candidates will be published twice a month You have time enough to enter now so get your friends to work early and have your votes coming in steadily until the contest closes Everybody can enter this contest irrespective of creed or nationality Mr Hennessy who leads the married men and John Cavanaugh who leads the sin gle men thus far are members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and Presi dents of Divisions 4 and 3 respectively Yet there is no reason why members of some other organizations should not sup plant them Of course during the week that the Kentucky Irish American prize winners will be in St Louis the national convention of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians will be in session there This will therefore be an incentive to Hibernians to make active efforts to secure the trip Remember too that Kentucky will be represented at the Worlds Fair by a magnificent building 130x108 feet The merchants and manufacturers of this State haveraised 100000 to make Ken tuckys display a success Her mineral wealth her stock farms her thorough bred horses and specimens of agriculture will all be appropriately represented In a word the winners of the Kentucky Irish American prise contests will not only see the greatest Worlds Pair ever held but will return to Louisville proud of their Old Kentucky Home GOOD TIME Assured All Who Attend Cele bratlon of Phil Sheri dan Council Phil Sheridan Council Young Mens Institute at Bellevue Ky will celebrate its tenth anniversary one week from to morrow The members will attend high mass and receive holy communion in a bodyot 7 oclock at St Anthonys church In the afternoon the council will attend vespers after which an appropriate ser molt will be preached The social celebration of the tenth an niversary will be held on Thursday Sep tember 17 when a grand reception will be given the members and their lady friends Phil Sheridan Council is one of the largest and most progressive councils in the State Members of Louisville councils have been invited to attend both the religious and social celebrations FATHER DOUGHERTY RETURNS The Rev Father Bernard Dougherty pastor of the church at Paynesville Ky has returned after a mpnths visit to his home in Providence R I Father Dougherty was the guest of the Rev Father Cunningham in this city for a short time POUND A handsome pearl rosary was found at Fern Grove OH Irish field day The owner can receive the property by call on Jofea MeGarrey 1217 Seventh Street I Q IRISH 8 SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanVice Dolan Recording Secretary Mark Ryan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION= 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJames Welch Recording Secretary Edward J Kei ranFinancial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Cavanaugh Vice PresidentThomas Quinn Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial SecretaryWilliam Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy LynchRecording Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurer DIVISION 1 JEFF RSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kinney Vice PresidentFranLynch SecretaryJohn G Cole TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern Y 3VT I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Frank F Murphy First Vice PresidentLouis W Born traegerSecond Vice PresidentHugh Higgins Recording SecretaryGeo F Simonis corresponding Secretary Frank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia stree- tTrasurerJoseph Steltenpohl Marshal William Shaughuessy I Inside SentinelRobert Osborne Outside SentinelPat Conn- ollyBOOKKEEPING Taught ulii ixpirt butneUn No Chute tor Boob W H TSffMilT IXPISS ACCQsraTAHT 172 Fourth Ave UNFORTUNATE Accident CausesrYouug Railroad Matt To Logo His tIght Arm John Sexton a popular resident of Hull street met with an accident last Wednes day night that resulted inthe hips of his right arm Mr Sexton wasemployed as a brakeman on the Cincinnati division of the Louisville Nashville railroad and while in the discharge of his duties fell beneath the moving train His right arm was cut off at the shoulder his back badly wrenched and he sustained severe bruises about the head and face The ac cident happened about fiftysix miles from Louisville The injured man was brought to this city and taken to the University Hospital at Ninth and Chest nut streets where at last accounts he was resting easy His many friends hope to hear of his epeedy recovery CHAIR COMMITEE Dr Felix Gaudin Supreme President of the Catholic Knights of America will soon announce his appointments on the Chair Commilte whose duty it will be to carry out the direction of the last Su preme Council that an effort would be made to provide by voluntary contribution for the endowment of a chair at the uni versity Several subscriptions have been sent in but the name of the donors will not be announced until the committe is named BUCKINGHAM The attraction at the Buckingham Theater next week will be the Tiger LilUes Company in its latest and best offering presenting two musical flights of fancy and a superb gathering of vaude ville attractions In the olio will be seen the Clarence Wilbur Company James E and Lucia Cooper Ed Estus the Tigerscope Morriaey Sisters and Howe Berry and Walters The usual matinees will be given during the week Babies should always be encouraged to stretch their limbs had crawl about in order to promote and strengths circula tion Let the small infant be oa its back sometimes and path lomethlug solid with its feet n a r- IJ GRAND PARADE In Celebration of Labor Day Will Bo Given by Local Unions National and State Holiday Will Bo Observed In Louis vllle 3- i Inauguration of Labor Carnival Will Follow the Street Parade NEW AND NOVEL ATTRACTIONS Monday will be Labor day a State and national holiday and as such will be celebrated in Louisville The labor unions affiliating with Central Labor Union will take part in a grand street parade and at the same time inaugurate their Labor carnivalThe parade will move promptly at 2 oclock Monday afternoon The divisions will form on Jefferson street between Ninth and Thirteenth William Sweeney of the Plumbers Union will be the chief marshal His aides will be Ira F Jones Ed Welsert J M Stephens and John Fuchs The route of the parade will be East on Jefferson to Fifth thence to Market to Hancock to Jefferson to Third to Breclcinridge to Floyd street and thence into the carnival groundsFollowing Chief Marshal Sweeney and his aides will be a platoon of mounted police and officers of Central Labor Union and guests in carriages The parade will be in four divisions under the marsbalship of John F Nolan John Young J L Baron and George Peters The industrial feature of the parade will be in the fourth and last division At least 100 unions will be represented in the parade and it is esti mated that 8000 men will be in line The carnival will be situated on the big lot between Brook and Floyd and Breck inridge and Caldwell streets In addition to the midway attractions local merchants and manufacturers will be represented by thirtyfive booths The midway will be a special feature bringing together men of every race in the civilized and barbaric world The management promises that nothing in the midway performances will be allowed that will shock the taste of the most fastidious- A special feature secured at a cost of 2700 is the loop the loop or dlavolo flirting with death This the press agent describes as the most hazardous act ever presented to the American public The Labor Carnival will continue from September 7 to 19 inclusive The fol lowing special days have been named by the committee First weekMonday Labor day Tuesday ladies and childrens day Wednesday IrishAmerican day Thursday GermanAmerican day Friday Ancient Order United Work men and Woodmen of the World day Saturday Kentucky and Indiana day Second weekMonday Red Mens day Tuesday Elks day Wednesday merchants and farmers and Knights and Ladies of Honor day Thursday fraternal day Friday AfroAmerican day Saturday railroad day HOPKINS TEMPLE To Reopen Brighter and Bet ter Than Ever With Vaudeville That polite vaudeville has taken a firm hold on Louisville theater goers through the two seasons of this form of entertain ment given by Col J D Hopkins at the play house bearing his name is fully proven by the announcement that a five year lease on the house has been made The season of 19034 will open at the Hopkins Sunday afternoon Dally mati neeand evening performances and popular prices will rule throughout the season During the vacation season the Hopkins has been so thoroughly reno vatedthat its friends will find it bard to recognize the place Skillful decorators have wrought wonders with the interior Beginning with the stage there have been Installed new scenery and new stage settings The auditorium has been made particularly attractive by the appli cation of white enamel to the woodwork with the decorations in gilt and gold leaf New paper has been hung on the walls of the entrance way box office and auditorium the chairs have been newly painted and the floors recarpeted The strong opening bill for nextweek- is indicative of the good things booked for the season Madame Eugenie Man telli a mezzo soprano with the Grau Opera Company for five years will be heard in this city for the first time The Marco twins will be seen in a comedy act ClIvette appears in a return engagement of magic and shadowgraph after a con quest in European dties Ferguson and Mack comedy interlopers and the Pant zer trio European contortionists will also appear Another singer new t local audiences will be Ruth Nelta Cmudius and Corbin banjoists and the blograph will make the remaining numbers on this strong billl I Carl C Ousley the new press agent for the Hopkins Teaple is the right man in the right place He has been engaged in newspaper work in Louisville during the past five years and his journalistic train ing has taught him to understand what the people want His motto ila If a thing is worth doing at all it ia worth doing well and if it Is to be done well the quicker it in done the better for all concerned Unless all signs fall Mr Ousley will Boon be somgjhiugsetter than a preM agent n I IC Cc ROE CLEM W HUQQINS ROE HUGGINS ATTORNEYSATLAWH- ome Phone 2111 341 FIFTH STREET H M M MH M H H + ++ + + + ++++++ M M ++++++++ HICKEYSAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY Proprietor Homo Telenliono 384 S ES W Jefierson St+++++++ H M M M M H M t M + M M MM M M M + MMMMMH JOHN ID FRANK VVALTERS Clay1 =Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY + MMHH++++++++++ U +++ FINE WINES CHAM- PAGNESAliKOL3 345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS 4MfMHH HENRY C LAUERrI17iDPIin1 TIB 1io Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 407 JEFFERSON ST 428 and 430 Branch House SOS West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET j I Pall Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas CB THOMPSON FLORIST ROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson St Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed GO TO RM CULLEYS CUT RATE wall Paoerp House FOR YOUR Wail Paper1383 SEVENTH ST NEAR OAK SMOKE and ENJOY COONE1 KENNEDYS CIGARSThey Are The Best Brands Made Monarch Gen DeWe- tirishAmerican t FLORA DE CASTILLO Finest 10 Cent Cigar Made ISO 2 W IWTciixx Street WinesLiquorsCigars110MB Tom Bennetts EXCHANGE BEST 4 YEAR OLD WHISKEY 2 PER GAL WARM LUNCH ALL DAY N E Cor Preston and Jefferson HERRMANN BROS 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 FIREMAN SEXTON James Algernon Sexton well and favor ably know in base ball circles has de serted tbe diamond for the fire depart meat While Mr Sexton is still fond of ball he found the life of a professional ball player too easy He had too much time on his hands His energetic nature demanded constant employment so when he found an opening in the Louisville fire department he went after it and has been appointed a substitute fireman Now he will be on duty night and day and will find work for head and hands during every hour In the twentyfour ii H F KERSTING JewelerAND Optician1- 8th and Market Sts Phone Main 3854A JOHN M MULLOY DEALER IN Tea Coffee Pure Spices And Chinaware Pond Lily and Home Baking Powder 211 W IkrARXCEJT SX Telephone Main 1189 THE NEW POLICY ISSUED BY The Prudential is a plain and simple promise to pay containing no confusing technicalities Ages 16 to 66 Amounts 500 to 100000 Full particulars and sample policy at your age gladly furnished free on request to CLARENCE H lOOKf Speola1 Agent 3334 COURIERJOURNAL BLDO BOTH PHONES 3459 LOW EXCURSION IUTES FROM LOUISVILLEVIA SootMrn RailwayU COLOCOLORADO returningJ1595 ASHEVILLE and HOT saledaUyinthecharmingMountaidistricts Carolina Land of the Sky Booklet application 13955 Hot Springs and return 4965 Salt Lake City Ogden and return 5035 daUyup1 31stFor folders and complete Information PassAgentAsstGenISpencer Genl Manager St Lonis Mo BIO FOUR ROUT T- OIndianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 259 Fourth Aye I j oAnsiaGeneral Agent Louisville Ky WARREN J LYNCH O R rA WM P DEPPS A O P A CINCINNATI O r 0 h e- r gFONTUOKY IRISH A I RICAN ON COALIt is hardly necessary to suggest r rtbat you prepare to fill your coal Our Coal Is clean burns free from clinkers and bold fire over night Pittsburgh 4th Pool Lump 25 Bushels 325 Pittsburgh 4th Pool Lump 100 Bushels 1300 PACIFIC COAL CO Phones 1821 2686 CHAS L CRUSH Mgr 452 W Jefferson St I Kentucky Stove and Tinware Co II- ff Wholesale and Retail Dealers in I Stoves Ranges Mantels Stove I I Fittings Tinware Granite Ware I MOTTS FURNACES AND KETTLES III FRANK McDONOQH Manager 705 W Main Street 1 ooc GEHER SON 217 Market Street Near Second North Side New Store Just Opposite Old Stand Stoves i RangesHOUSE FURNISHING GOODS AND KITCHEN SUPPLIES OUR SPECIALTY Stoves and Ranges made in Louisvill raafI Goodness What orerybodySavo the blue says is bound toSake labels and get be true j andat a set of China everybody says Mothersentirely free Bread J American Bottling Works BEST SODA and MINERAL WATERS I Iron Brow6llorrll rliospliat Home P110X1 1L3l5 s4 WATHENSan IceHAVE THREE STRONG POINTS PURITY QUALITY PRICE Try them and you will be convinced Cream shipped as Far as 400 miles HOME TELEPHONES 2144 AND 3968 629 EIGHTH STREET 8BNOS and SPENCER Expert PresidentEducates Young People For Business Good Employment and Succca Jt CALL on WRITS roll run iHronuATioM P IMii Millml tot cent AND 86 rTSLOUISYILIEkY Business College aTR DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN I DOUfliWtO K6BHLU- NDERTAKERS II I MMM I1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth HOME TEI EpPHrOIWaj All Calls Promptly Attended to Day 1140III riages Furnished for Ali I I D Dougherty Home Telephone 2916 L l C I VHt WtSr It THt CNdf PEST ilIoKKetpln Penmanship ffaorfhanfi lIfrllillfplerll n jtndft r iluT M N mM JOHlpVltlC Jiy r- Sevan experienced teachers each one a jpecialiat in his line We are now in our new hotae N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and beat arranged School building lath South Visitors always welcome School open all year students can enter at any time Itl WRIGHT PrerideaU n 7 lia 0 o J BACON SONS Bet Third and Fourth MARKET STREETBet Third and Fourth Well Fitting Dress SkirtsTAKE ELEVATOR TO SECOND FLOOR OP Fora variety of Walking tf 498ForWalkingSkirtsinsolid i4y7O Skirts made in the latest style and colors navy and black smooth navy blue and gray also mixed effects cloth or gray cadet blue shot and Scotch in green blue or black finishedwith mixtures flare trimmed with straps of stitching or side plaits with straps of cloth and buttons same and buttons Sv QPi For four different styles c f 5 98ForLadieslIaturitySkirts bJ Walking Skirts in gray blue black and brown cloth made with Cheviot trimmed with three bands of new flare trimmed yoke effect with folds taffeta silk around the bottom andeach of cloth and buttons side of front seam finished with buttons I Stylish Fall Dress Goods NEW GOODS JUST OPENED Solidcolored Tricots in all new fall Maxilla Suiting in fine weave solid shades suitable for waists or childrens colorings in bright blue navy blue and wide A bar 7 C ebright30 inches wide at per yard JVv SuitiugsCloth1 1 skirtsblueCgrayford gray full 36 inches widetZibelines Homespuns and Snowflake Elsinore Suiting in mixed gray and Suitings mixtures in all shades of castor mixed castor suitable for coat suits 50 5oxford1 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekDeneral- News Notes Ladles Auxiliary No7 Providence are preparing to celebrate their anniver sary on October 25 Division 3 will meet Monday night A full attendance is desired as business ol importance is to be transacted An Irish piper was an important feature of the thlrtythird annual outing of the Hibernians of Passaic county N J The Hibernians of Indianapolis held Ia highly successful Irish field day The contests in the athletic events were all spiritedDivision 4 will meet Wednesday night Several important matters will be dis cussedamong them the organization of Ia military company Division 6 of Providence has offered a prize of one years dues free to the member bringing in the greatest numbs of new members prior to December 13 Five divisions of the order will meet it Providence tomorrow to make arrange ments for the suitable celebration of the centenary of Robert Emmetts execu tion Division 12 was recently established al Lafayette N J Thirty members were initiated and State President Brennan presided County President Kennedy installed the new officers Division 1 of New Albany will attend mass at Holy Trinity church at 8 oclock tomorrow and will offer up their holy communions for the repose of the souls of dead members of the division Division 1 will hold an important meeting Tuesday night when arrangement will be made for the initiation to be held on September 22 Members of Division 1 will also plan to assist the Ladles Aux iliary in the Emmet celebration- A cadet corps for sons of members of the order has been organized in Hartford Conn The cadets drill twice a week and recently made an excellent showing in a street parade The Hibernians of Utica N Y are organizing a cadet corps along similar lines Connty Secretary Broderick of Coving ton has extended a cordial invitation to Hibernians of Louisville to visit his town the latter part of this month to witness the exemplification of the degrees by the Coviagton team The exact date has not been fixedIAt a recent meeting of Division 5 of Providence Charles P Bradley a prom- Inent attorney Philadelphia delivered an address on the history of the order since its institution in the sixteenth century of its progress from its origin till 1890 when It numbered 50000 in the United States and now thirteen years later 121000 members and a Ladies Auxiliary numbering 50000 IREMEMBER SOWDERS IThe Kentucky Irish American desires to call attention to the advertisement of James Sowders dealer in fish and oysters 159 Weet Jefierson street The oyster season is now open and he wilt have on hand at all times a fresh and plentiful supply of the succulent bivalves SATOLL1 COUNCIL Satolli Council Young Yens Institute held a well attended meeting Monday night with President Harry Colgan la the chair One application for member ship was received The committee appointed to assist in making srraagmeafc for the recaption and entertainment of delegates to the Grand Council reported progress HIS FRIENDS Insist On James B Kellys Candidacy For Grand Pre ldent The many friends of James B Kelly of Trinity Council Young Mens Insti tute have insisted upon his becoming a candidate for Grand President of the Kentucky jurisdiction His election to Rs rwwra J that office would be a splendid recogn Lion of his services in behalf of the orde Mr Kelly displayed great executive ability as President of Trinity Council a few years ago and this his friends believe iiis a criterion of his fitness for Grand President He has served his council as dele gate to the Grand Council and hasalways served on important committees Mi Kelly has ever been a bard worker and any business alotted to him had been attended to with promptness and dispatch This same worthy member has beet largely instrumental in increasing the membership of Trinity Council during the past year He holds an Important position at the City Hall udder the Bonn of Public Works and is deservedly popu lar with the city officials In the even that others enter the race for Grand Presi- dent1 they will find in James B Kelly ia foeman worthy of their steel MASONIC THEATER A dramatic event of more than ordinal I importance is the coming of the corned success tlAre You A Mason which IIs booked for presentation in this citya at the Masonic Theater beginning with a Labor day matinee next Monday The demand for the attraction was so grea llast year that two companies were neces sary to supply the time bid for by managers The piece was played up to July 4- and one month intervened before thi company was called to rehearse for thi winter tour The action of the pied evolves about one Amos Bloodgood 01 Rockfrd Ill who without any know ledge of the workings and ritual of Masonry tries to make his wife believe that In accordance with her wishes he has joiner an order when in reality he has not He is obliged to resort to all manner of subterfuge and be becomes involved it endless difficulties in his endeavors to expalDhls conduct He is finally unmasked by a boaa fide Mason and in the end satisfies his wife by acceding to hei wish SUM INDIANAPOLIS AND RETURN 156 Big Pour Route Sunday September 6 Special train leaves Seventh atreet Union depot at 8 oclock I1 Returning train leaves Indianapoll Union depot at 7 oclock p IL Ge tickets at city ticket office 2M Fourthj wane end at depot S J G ABeatL o IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges I Miss Delia OConnor of Killarney R popular and charming lady died recentl I The members of the United Irish League are organizing mass meetings ii In various counties in Ireland I Daniel OCallagban a merchant iof Castleisland has presented a new and magnificent altar to the Currow chnrcl I The railway station at Buncrant County Donegal was destroyed by fire The accidental upsetting of an oil lamp caused the conflagration 1 Jamea Dillon a well known Kerr farmer residing near Ballymacthoma was kicked in the stomach by a youn horse and died of his injuries- AI wagonette ran into a mound near Crosshaven and was overturned Seven ladies in the party were painfully bruised I InjuredI the night in the mountains of Donegal owing to a landslide The only inconvenience suffered by the passengers was the delay I IJohn Harvey of Donegal while at on the Ballyshannon railway ei tension was terribly lacerated by tbe I explosion of a mine of dynamite used iIn blasting It is not believed that his Injuries are fatal- ThousandsI of pilgrims recently jour neyed to the summit of Croogh Patrick the mountain from which St Patrick iiisI said to have banished the serpents frot Ireland Mass was celebrated by the Very Rev Father McDonald I A school teacher named McCormack of Ennis while suffering from temporar mental derangement jumped from the cliff at Moy and alighted several hundred feet below Strange to say no bone were broken and the unfortunate man iis expected to survive J At the semiannual meeting of the directors of the Great Southern and Western Railway of Ireland Rev Won signor OHaU han urged that personI examined for clerkships must stand anI examination as to their knowledge of the Irish language The motion of the rev I erend speaker was defeated Robert Tobin a teacher in the nationalt schools at Carriganoes Castle Kealkill near Bantry disappeared from his hoe mysteriously Several days later hi body was found in the Ouveue nver His trousers were rolled up above the knees and his shoes and stockings were off It appears that he was accidental drowned while wading I ISORDID INTERESTS I Sordid interests may gain wealth am high social standing but they destroy the beauty of the soul and consequently leave a void that no realized ambition can fill It is not so much the prize gained that brings true success but rather the noble qualities that achieve the gaining It is far better to suffer for truth than prosper by falsehood andI better also that the world know you as a sinner than God as a hypocrite Thoma aKempis puts success in a nutshell when he says Remember thy preroga live is to govern and not to serve the things of this world It is by the proper governing of ourselves that we master the difficulties that beset us ant gain the strength to rule wisely and well our daily affairs Abraham Lincoln teaches ns what true success is in the following words Let us have faith thatl right makes might and la that faith let re dare to dp our duty M we understand I it ju r fI c 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 Nig- htL0UISllILLE ICY + + + p + + + + pppQ O TUB ciias ft Rogers BOOK GO I4having recently incorporated and added new capital to g the business are now prepared to furnish aU kinds of BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION PICTURE FRAMING A FINE PORTRAITS OF POPE SPECIALTVOjf f 3bS5 88 W Jefi Cumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 +TIiI + m r WlmM Wm Mr r C L B ATED Draught andBottled BeersSold at AH All LeadhigBars and Cafes RENOWNED FOR PURITY STRENGTH AND EXCELLENT FLAVOR GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky AII 1444TTTTTTTTTTTTJTTTTT TT T T T T T T T t T TTT T T T T TTT TT T SPECIALFor Two Weeks only beginning Monday August 17 Watches Cleaned or Mainsprings put in for 75 cents ALL WORK GUARANTEED FOR ONE YEAR J BRUNNJEWELER Old Gold and Silver bought and exchanged 530 W Market opp Eckert Hotel ++++ MMMHMMMM ++++ H HM H M ++ H H MH +4 FRflNK FEflR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY +++++++++++++++s + + + + + + + + EAT A BRICK eT fet 1 OF Cuscadens Ice Cream tttHHM U M H M M JfH M H +f WILLIAM BORGMANNDistillers Agent and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in wttIS IES WlfiES Af4l CIGARS Owner of GLENBROOK Brand HandMade Sour Mash Whiskey Bottled In Bond Home Phone 6264 2141618 SEVENTH STREET IIIfi BL I1 iE1 1F1ttII UHJiHDH i ifi tHHE j I 0 iranII- J ii- T J Funeral Directors ff- I II- iI And Embalmers i I iftHi Furnished for All Occasions on Short j ICarriagesI NoticeIIIMOV TO 700 WEST WALNUT S TELEPHONE 810IItEfiIERIEl 1F1 31I4i E IIFI DRINK i Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BRE INQCO Y- u rJ t Tt70IiPORAT1rD fBLKPHONR 482 LOUXVXLxalp xrr- a D a