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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f rIo rteL KENTUCKYJRSII AMERIcAk r i VOLUME XIINO23 LOUISVILLE SATliRpAYJUNTr 4 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTSf i UNIQUE ExorcisesI at Commencements of i Two Catholic Female Academics Classes Graduated morn St i J Catherines and Holy Rosary Rev Father Volz Makes Pre sentation to the Cripple Heroine BANQUETED BY THE ALUMNAE Perhaps one of the most extraordinary of the school commencements if not the most unique of the year took place Tues day morning May 31 in Borland Hall the school hall belonging to the Domini can church of this city The event was the closing exercises of St Catherines Academy which was transferred from Springfield Ky to Holy Rosary on Ormsby avenue after the disastrous fire of January 3 To the numerous and dis tinguished assembly of friends of the whiterobed Sisters it was as if they be held the revered Alma Mater stricken but not utterly prostrated coming rsas tained and soothed by an unfaltering trust from the ashes and ruins of her once beautiful and time honored home to give a Godspeed to her graduating children of 1004 To most of those who had humanely taken pains to ascertain something of the actualextent of the loss sustained by the 1 community of St Catherines it seemed next to impossible that the school could be kept intact But the Sisters and their loyal pupils knew better Within a few weeks time after the terrible experiences of that midwinter night sufficient pro vision was made for the continuance of the classes and how efficiently the work went on was evidenced In the high char acter and the excellent and most credit ably rendered exercises of the eighty second annual commencement of the schoolAfter the initial number Wagners Tcnnhauser March by the Academy orchestra Miss Gertrude Purcell 04 delivMtd the salutatory address and was very happy in her words of cordial greet ing to the audience She alluded briefly to the change that had been so tragically wrought into the last year of their school life and in behalf of her companions she paid a glowing tribute to the Reverend Priors of St Rosss and St Louis Ber trands for the part they had taken in coming to the relief of the children and Sisters la their dire need Touching words of gratitude were spoken indeed to all benefactors and friends and they were not lost upon the audience many of whom had been among the first spontane ously to bear a hand in as noble a work of charity as was ever accomplished in so short a time in Louisville The musical part of the programme included several choruses which were highly enjoyed a pleasing vocal duo by Miss Goodin 05 and Miss Wilcox 05 a musical tableau in which Miss Purcell soloist as a pilgrim was supported by a chorus of angels and other excellent numbers A conspicuous part in these was performed on the cornet by Miss Gertrude Stocker 05 One selection that merited especial applause was a Farewell to Sienna Vale a composi tion for cornet and piano by the ranking cornetist and bandmaster of Louisville Prof Elchhorn than whom few more regretted the great loss of St Catherines Perhaps the most ambitions musical numbers were Schumanns Novelette in F piano solo by Misses Goodin and Wilcox and Liszts Rhapsodic No VI by Misses Packham and Purcell Playing these long and difficult pieces without the score and with rare feeling and mastery of technique these young ladies showed they had worked liard nd per severingly and well deserved the pro longed applause that was given them 4 In the way of physical culture there were a minuet by twelve little girls in costume a gypsy dance and singing by a class likewise in costumes beautifully gotton up anda pantomine Bring Flowers by the minims To these was added a stirring chorus and march The Little Drum Major by a class of Igal1ant little boys front Holy Rosary All these numbers were a delight for their cleverly executed and delicately turned figures and because of the grace and charm of the young performers- In the one recitation on the programme t i The Leper Miss Loretta Tighe 04 held the closest attention oi the audience from first to last With a wonderfully clearcut enunciation which could make a whisper heard throughout the halt and with an interpreting power of unusual range Miss Tighe recited the well known lines with a dignity of gesture and truth predlc1tiouofedly make her mark in dramatic ejocu tion There were two valedictories one In behalf ofSt Catherines ty Miss Mary McHugh 04 the other for Holy Rosary by Alias Mary Rose Kelly 04 Roth these young ladles belong to Louis ville wA acquitted tbemMivM of their eaeaya with equal credit and distinctioni MiM McHMchj subject naturally lay 1 h8ljtoucbspans of aytnpathy and good wubeg fory w 1 the good old Alma Mater in her present affliction and distress First academic honors gold medals diplomas and crowns were conferred oy the Rev Prior of St Louis Bertrands Father Volz on Miss McHngli Louis yule Miss Purcell Louisville Miss Ger trude Stocker Bardstown Miss Acosta Memphis Miss Kelly Louisville Miss Ware Hadensvllle Miss Loretta Tighe Louisville and Miss Curry Springfield There was no formal address given but at the close of the conferring of the regu lar honors Father Volz announced that he had been Invited to make one award which was not on the catalogue The graduates and their fellowpupils feeling that they owed the preservation of their lives to the heroic action of Miss May Curry wished to give her some token of their love and appreciation and therefore of themselves they had decided to present her with a beautiful watch It was touching in the extreme to see how Miss Curry was nearly overcome by the sur prise of this demonstration of gratitude and when she came forward a frail little cripple on crutches the audience greeted her with long and enthusiastic applause Among the visiting clergy besides the Rev Dominican Fathers there were present the Very Rev L G Deppen the Rev Fathers Patrick Walsh Henry Connelly Boes Pieters and Gaudentins C P Brother Conrad C Plan 1 1a number of Dominican Sisters and Sis eta of Mercy The event was undoubtealy one which will be long remembered in the diocese both for its own merits and for its soul moving associations The alumnae members of the city entertained the graduates on their day of graduation As there could be no reunion of the members this summer at their Alma Mater it was agreed they would practically make up for this sad disap pointment by giving the graduates of St Catherine of Selnna a banquet thus bringing them in close relationship with the members of the association It came off Tuesday in Kleins private parlors It was indeed a festivity for these young ladies who went through so nrdchon January 2 of this year Every one seemed to be filled with the genial spirit that such gatherings bring forth and knew how to blend the wisdom of the uplifting with the epicurean tendency on such adIIdressedresponded in behalf of her class Mrs If W MacDonald addressed the alumnae Then adjournment was had all agreeing to meet at the new St Catherines Springfield Those present were The Honorary President MrswAnnaBarbpurf class of 49 Mrs John J Maloney President Mesdames E W MacDonald B C Smith N Finnigan N Drown M Hood ICArricoj Misses Quffipy Morthorst Tighe Smith Scally Hogue and the eight graduates Misses Curry Kellj Weir Stocker Tighe McHugh Purcell Acosta HAPPY NIGHT I For All Who Attend Hibernian Picnic at Phoenix Hill r An evening picnic that should draw forth as large a gathering as ever filled Phoenix Hill Park will be that which has been arranged by the County Board and a special committee of the Ancient Order of Hibernians There will be music both dance and concert Morbacha and Scallya bands having been engaged for the night Then by way of diversity there will be amusements that will be sure to please and an abundance of refreshments The reputation of the Hi bernians as entertainers is so well known that an evening of highclass enjoyment can be assured and the worthy cause for which the picnic is given should prompt an overflow attendance from all parts of the city The time selected for this out lug which is the first one held for several years is Monday night June 20 The admission Is twentyfive cents each gentlemanTickets bers HOT ROAST For New England In a Die course by a Baptist Minn Ister In Boston The well known Baptist preacher Rev A C Dixon of Boston said in a recent discourseLucifer collegeinpaper or preacher who carries a dagger up his sleeve for the Diety of Jesus Christ should be trampled underfoot and shown no mercyContrasting rural New England with Western mining camps Mr Dixon said What we should do is to evangelize New England for the base of the wickedness is the lack of reverence toward God The profanity used here in the Eat it disgusting A mtner uses profanity httt he does not pose as a gentleman aa some of you do No gentleman uses profanity The difference between a mfner and the people of a rural town iit that the miner will acknowledge that and wicked but time New Englander will pot for all that is holy when he ia as wicked as the miner w CHANGE FOR BeTTeR Michael Pineganwbohasbeenrlops ly ill for a long tiaie at his home Balk and YeatmekyMreeis has HwlergoiM decided clM fe for ties betters an4bb OpeiDIIClbv 0- y 7 THE FAMOUS BLARNEY CASTLE i As It Looks at the St Lads Worlds Pair h 11iliff I o THE LitiDELL HOTEL n 2r ILR N 1u J r v Where the Kentucky Irish Americans Popularity Contest Winners j I Will Stop During the Worlds Fair i i l f L lrrirr 1 i F 5 READJUSTMENT Of Rates of Insurance Proposed For Catholic Inightsof- America L J Kadeski Has a Scheme For the Supremo Council to Consider President Gaudin Will Soon Is sue Call For special Meeting HIGHER RTE FOR OLDER MEMBERS a The Catholic Knights of America will soon have issued a call for a special meet ing of the Supreme Council to be held in St Louis this fall to consider the read justment of rates of assessment to come into line with the best benevolent insur ance companies The plan briefly stated is to make each member pay dues determinate upon his age This plan will do no injustice to young or old Each member must pay the cost of his own insurance and shall not depend upon others to pay for him The justice and equity of the plan can not be contro vertedA of assessment on this line has been devised by Major GelJLl Kadesklof the Supreme Council which seems to cover the whole ground Mr Kadeski reasons that you can not pay out 1000 for insurance without having received 1000 something the Catholic Knights of America have not realized in recent years They have not paid proper attention to the reserve fund and have paW out 11000 when they should not have paid more than 5PO Mr Kadeski argues this way The probability of dying at the age of forty Iia greater than at the age of twenty and for this reason all insurance organizations charge applicants more for fiOOOl Insurance1 at the age of forty than they do at twenty This rule Is observed by all societies Why should not the smme rut be applicable to members after treaocklytIt Jnc1iridiial 1000 persona at the age of twenty who t k o6c apply for iinsurance For example if among 1000 men at twenty years of age five die in a year as shown by the table lit will require 5000 to pay the death claims There being 1000 men fo pay the equal share of each will be 5 Five dollars then is the cost to each member for one year at twenty to twentyone years ofage or fortytwo cents per mouth At fortyeight ten deaths will occur to the 1 iOOO in One year therefore 10000 must be raised to pay the ten death claims and to makeup this sum each of the 1000 members must con tribute 20 that sum being the cost for all men fortyeight years old for one year and so at all other ages to the limit of lIfetbecost for each year being the proportionate sum each member must pay to make up an amount sufficient to discharge time death claims on account of members dying at his age If the order is to stand Mr Kadeski argues that the old members must pay a little higher rate of Insurance OFFICER JQt1 J IiPLDE I Strong LieutNitzgibbonIn 1 NARROW ESCAPE While out ridipg Monday evening tired- etrnckand life wife and hild had a narrow escape from serious injury They were driving oa the Southern parkway ud- all they approached the railroad crossing the horse became frightened After nil ninj a abort distance the buggy Was tipped over and the three occupants paJnf1eacaped with only the fall Mm JHrwcks Mends were pained to hear ef her Yinjury And will beptaaaed to knWTtbat ldtireiyieoovendr Ci e I SUCCESSFUL G IIus i Been thus opilarltyCop test Now About to i Close r 0 contestants and Readers of tho Kentucky Irish Anion can Pleased Friends of tho Candidates Send ing in Many Now sub scribers BALLOTING WILL CLOSE ON JULY 6 Without assuming tobe boastful tne Kentucky Irish American feels warranted in saying that its great popularity con test isthe most successful and at the same time the most popular scheme of the kind ever undertaken by a weekly paper in Kentucky Prom the very out set the readersof the paper have shown an interest but now that the contest Ila about tQ closg an extraordinary interest has been manifested otr hepart of our readers which is extremely gratifying to the management as it will no doubt be tothe thirtysix contestants whu are put prizesit here tthat the con test will close on July 6 and that during the last two weeks of the voting the standing of the several candidates will not be published in these columns Quite number who are now in the lead may also be in the lead at the close but that is not here nor there Those who are at the bottom now may be at the top ozu July 6 During the past few days quite a number of persons have sub subscriptionsbeteat Astbetimefortheploteapproachea l the number showing interest la doubly increased Some of the friends of the candidates contribute M many as twenty fiye aubtcriben to the llist at onetime It must trot be forgotton that this ia no ordinary contest All of thpee mentioned in the competition have friends galore arid admirers who arejn every part of the dty It will be a rifptl honor for any ones of these to earry off a pulse tinder the drcitmaUuCM and condition lalddo LIT The Kentucky Irish American under takes to send to the Worlds Pak at St Louisa young lady a young gentleman and a married couple free of expense provided he or she shall have secured a sufficient number of votes in the popu larity contest at the close It is now only a Shoo time until the close and the friends of the contestants should bestir themselves Should not another vote be cast jhe Kentucky Irish American feels that the plan has been a source of pleas ure to its friends and especially to the candidates who are mentlotied In the list but we still feel confident that Ihe candi dates will have many thousands more votes to their credit than are now re cordedInteresting matter in conjunction with the Pair appears elsewhere in this issue greatshowt topay the way The leaders lit the three races arc all bunchedall satisfied with their present position Tire contest between the young ladles Isa pretty one and is becoming more spirited each day Frank Me Donogh returned from Wasbington last Wednesday and from now on will lead his race in person hid means more hustling for Lieut Fitzglbbons workers and especially for Officer John Holden who pledges 10000 more votes for his candidate Cbl Mike Reichert has de veloped great strength and is being voted for by the Catholic Knights of America and the good people of South Louisville The friends of John Hennessey and Dan McKenna however are out for the prize which means a battle royal between Limerick and SlIgo But the contestants should riot forget that Tom Dolan of Division 1 A O H and his estimable wife are also in the popularity contest It is reported that their friends have been doing some effective work and have a big vote ready to cast at any moment Large lists of new subscribers are being secured but their votes are being held back therefore the present standing is no indication of what thepositlon of any of the candidate will be two weeks hence The contestants this week stand in the following orderMARRIED COUPIU John H Hennessey and wife 4050 Dan McKenna and wife 8726 Michael Reichert and wife 3450 John J Sullivan and wife 2150 Thomas Dolan and wife 1950- rbomasp Claire and wife 1700 Harry Brady and wife 1450 JohnMeigherand wife 1400I Joseph P M Glnu r d Wit 13 l 1t jhl ErW + GrQRourkeandwifer 1250 John ji SlcGurk and wife 1200 Pat F McCarthy and wife 1050- SINt1U t LADY Mamie Riley 4037 Ella 6Conneli v 3881 Mary Foley VV 3076 Margaret Norton Vr1 20J1 Alice Walshrv M 2100 Catherine Couadeau 1100 Julia Kelly V r 1350 Mamie Keenan = 1250 Mary Cavanaugh 7 1058 Margaret Tobin t D501 Lady Ifeffernan T 950 j SINGIB GKNTISMA- Nfyeut Tom Fitzgibbon i 8905 Frank bicDonogh4t 7991cc Charles Raidyr 4789 John Cayanaugh f l 3200 Tom Camfield 2950 150Lout Ed DaJ I I 2150 John Grotty 1950 Tom Furlong r 1200 WiH McNallyv 1050 George Percy Wells 9901 Ed Toomey 8501 THOMAS Ai MALONE II Succumbs to Uroiomlc Pol J s6nlhTAfterTvvb Weeks ilinoss j The death of Thomas a Malone Tress urerojt the Kentucky Wagon Manufactur Wednesdayatgrief ffthis devoted relatives and sincere sorrow to every citizen of Louisville Those who knew bins best can speak only ofa man of sterling upright virtudus character always perceiving the silver lining in1lhe difficulties and trials J of liter and combining with this rare polltlf ness and consideration for the feelings I prhls feljowman j fiifr Malgnes death was due to uraemic poisgningand came after an illness of two weeks He was Horn in this cityJJ ford nine years ago and was one of the man successful graduates of St Patricks school1 Besides his aged mother heII leaves two children Anastasia and Thoijas and three Drpthers had oneJJ sister Tuleyare John T Malone of theJJ Fidelity Trust Compafay William James and Miss Margaret iMalone The tie 1 ceased lhad rceived the last sacraments and When the end came was surrounded by4la family and relatives His funeral t took place Faiday morning and was one of the largest seen at the Cathedral for years + d FINB GIFT I At the commenccauept exercises last i Tuesday of Trinity College for women llocated near Waehingtoq a g l1eryofI paintings statuary and etchings valued thecollege 1 OCo nor of los Angele Cal The collection la Uaedina handsome deli Nog to the taain college building also ThedoubleOQQ+ t I- rJ I 7 Ir I 1v DISTINGUISHED Catholic Fraternal Organiza tion to IMoot in Louisville Next Week Knights of Cpliiniims to ilold Session at the Gatt House r Local Knights Have Arranged For Their Proper Enter 0 taiumont A FINE ASSEMBLY TO BE HERB honoredtn oftolumbus ghel laywrenl parts Of the United States will be in inAmericaorder but recently organized It has accomplished much in a short time There are now about 110000 members in the order and in Louisville 400 or more of membersThe riderheld t The local membership composed of time leading Catholic gentlemen of Louis ville are preparing to make the stay of the delegates altogether pleasing and profitable There will be receptions Thedelegateswiltand daughters and after the business sessinstbe visitors willbe given a taste MayorGraingercity at the opening session in the Gait House On Wednesday night there will be a banquet and more than 300 plates JamesJbe the toastmaster and among tb S1Son the list of speakersjs Hon JJdward ftMdJerMtt rll 8jtl Tera orp and general1 good cii riAt the conclusion of the session a special train will convey the delegate to Mammoth r Everything legatesdurlnmembersofaftertheAmerican predicts that the delegates will want to come here again Instead of holding thclf meetings in Godforsaken New England the delegates will no doubtIvote yearhereafterThe Knights of Columbus in Louisville is made up of men of standing in the business community Recalling at ran mcnHoned Taylot I Muiloy Edward Tierney Judge Matt PQDohcrty Dan Murphy John Shea JamesJD X Murphy Councilman Al Smith Pat Baunon and Sons Barney Campbell and Sons Alderman Joe Nevin and many others professlnalThe national organization is made up of leading men like John J Delaney oC a- New York and others who might be mentioned Mr Edward L Heard of South Framingham Mass will be here during the sessions and will preside at the business meetings as well as the fol lowing other officers and Trustees Deputy Supreme KnightP L Me Anile Chicago National Secretary Daniel Colweli New Haven Conn National Treasurer P J Brady CI eve landNational PhyslcianW T McMannis kD New York City National AdvocateJ E McConnelll Fitchburg Massii National ClmaplainRevP J Mc Glvney New Canaan Conn WSBrooklyn Dr Joseph E Smith Brook- Lyn George F Monaghan Detroit James A Flaherty Philadelphia D J Callahan Norfolk James A Burns New York City Hugh V ODonnell Providence William J McCnllough Davenport Iowa John P Kavanagh Montreal William A CityThebeyhalfofColumbusthe city may be pleasant and profitable PINE ELECTRICAL WORK VIsitorabflatetoStAmithonyaCburcbTwentythird etectrlC41Ulumlnatlon r beautiful altars where myriads of llights wiringbisjastmpletedbyJtrician and architects and inurancen a OfktobefQuud j 81110didl n Nebtalhurch 1r is v v v r I IvNXUOKy I 8 All RIGAl KENTUCKY IRIStlfiMERI6tN NIN W11MIM W nN Yvoted to the Moral end Social Advancement of all Irlsk Amedoenll KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc Colored at tko Louisville Poitotflce as Secon4 CUH Netter tddietiall COIJIIDU8lcaU nl to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 321 Weil1 Oreo Street TRAOFSOM COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JUNE 4 1904 AS TO INDIANA ELOPEMENT The freedom with which marriage license is granted in Indiana iiis a fruitful source of divorce and when not divorce scandal is often created by these hasty marriages- It is to be deplored that minister of the gospel magistrates and others unite in marriage men and women who are in a stupid or oftentimes drunken condition Suits for divorce often follow in the lore courts tf Only a few days ago the son of ia leading banker obtained a license to marry in Jeffersonville and it iis now alleged that a friend of the groom committed perjury in swear lug that the bride had reside in Jeffersonville for thirty days The man who made the affidavit asserts that he did not know wha he was swearing to The couple referred to are not in the category of those who elope and at the same time are drunken and disorderly They are respectable people of high connection And no doubt soul have been married at horn without objection from their parents and by so doing would hay avoided all the scandal resulting from the elopement Marriage is a sacred relation t sandmany regard it lightly Then ought to be a very stringent lay against the granting of marriage licenses in Jeffersonville to person who have no respect for the inar riage relations tibt Certainly no Catholic couple wil be guilty of eloping to Jefferson yule and creating scandal A CLEAN MAN 4 Without presuming to take sides in the contest for supremacy now goingon in the Democratic part in Kentucky between Gov Beck ham on the one side and Senator Blackburn and McCreary one the other we rise to remark that Congressman Kehoe is the peer of any of the statesmen who now aspire tc be at the head of party affairs He is honest capable and true to Democratic principles- It has come to the hearing of the Kentucky Irish American that objection is raised to Mr Keho because he is an Irish American and a Catholic We do not con sider that Mr Kehoes religious belief or ancestry should entitle him to any preference in the mat ter of securing the Chairmanship of the State Committee or any other office but still we insist that the fact of his being a Catholic should sot be urged against him The Democratic party in Kentucky can not afford to select a Chairman on narrow lines Whether Congress man Kehoe is selected or not we believe he is worthy of the honor CHURCH MUSIC In some ef the dioceses through out the country the Bishops have taken steps to introduce tile Grego rian chant Right RW Bishop Kicley of the diocese of Savannah has mailed to each church in his jurisdiction a letter directing that under the recent order of the Pope the use of female voices in Catholic church choirs should cease The ctotge nttk be effective by Janu I ally i jtoos Bishop Kieley said that the CatfwUcs can not blind theme tyes to the fact that the Popes words were iatended fot them and that therell nojMedjfor Il great change itt church music Everything profane in matter and form in church music be says lbouklJ excluded The higkert decree of perfection in church musk the Biop says is the IJ aaJ Gregorian chant and therefore th tnuslc of the church should approach it TO CORRECT FALSEHOOD For years Catholics who read the daily newspapers have felt tha the statements contained in tbe press dispatches have not done jus rice to the church nor to the indi vidual churchmen who are brougb into mention from the Pope down Now comes the Syracuse Catholic Sun with a very good suggestion that an American Catholic Pres Association be formed to counteract the mistaken not to say lying statements sent out by the pres associations in London Paris Romp or elsewhere The suggestion of our Syracuse contemporary is altogether proper There ought to be some bureau or individual to attemp to correct the false stories sent out froiti time to time and the stigges tion of the Syracuse Sun is a good onerr The distinguished Irish poet orator and dramatist William But ler Yeats will visit the Unites States this fall and will lecture in New York City under the auspice of the Irish Literary Society of that city He has also been invited to to lecturel iu Yale and Harvard Universities Mr Yeats is recognized as one of the principal leaden of the literary dramatic and artls tic revival in Ireland 4 Bishop Matz declares thit Social ism by its denial of God its denunciations against Christianity its mortal enmity against thi church stands today the incarnation of the evil which society must either destroy or suffer itself to be destroyed It has no other choice It must either return to God w plunge into the abyss The sooner humanity recognizesthis the better The month of June is set apar by the church for paying special devotions to the Sacred Heart of Jesus These special devotions wil be particularly observed by those who belong to the Confraternity of the Sacred Heart and the member ship is growing every year The collection taken up for the Indians and negroes in the various dioceses of the United States for the year 1905 amounted to98oo5 41 and sundry other coutributlons swelled the sum to 12740441 The diocese of Louisville contrib utedI1099 and Covington2661r Archbishop Ireland denies that any large gift has been made to the building fund of the proposed new Cathedral in St Paul It was reported that James J Hill had contributed 1500000 Holyoke Mass with a popula Lion of 50060 has 35000 Catho lics which is the largest proportion of Catholics to the population of any city in the cotintry COMMENCEMENT The annual commencement exercise at the Presentation Academy Fourth and Breckiuridge street will occur Monday nornlng June 13 when Misses Elizabeth c Fitzgerald Helen A Halllutn aad Zarollne J Ritter will be graduated The programme arranged Jiy ttfoe Sisters md pupils of this fine academy iaclmles acerdses of the highest order and will lovbtltM attract alarge audience SUNSET EXCURSION j Satolli Glee Club will give a waeet- cursttm Saturday afternoon July 9- Prbisiethe twelfth anHtial upthe rivtr iffairof this well known organization ho are espeeiilly noted as pleasant en rtainers Boat will leave heratstreet dock at 6 oclock p m retupiHg it 10aO p m Sapper will be asdrvft OB Ulie boat at a re 8oabte price TkVtjttl OI n be obtained from the Bfeiaham Priot litt ouelefr t L1 SOCIETY Mrs John Slack left Wednesday fora visit with friends at EHrabethtown Mlaa Gertrude Langan is lame from a pleasaut vialt to friends at Eminence Miss Mayme McAuliffe left last Saturday for a visit with friends and relative at Frankfort Mrs Katherine Flaherty has returned to her home in Oakdale after a pleasant visit to friends at Frankfort Mrs Stowell Beach of Whiting Ind was this week the guest of her father Patrick Tracey in Jeffersonville Mias Martha Doherty has return from Pewee Valley where she was the guest of her sister Mrs William Ross Magistrates John M Adams and John N Veltou were among those from this city spending the week at West Baden The many friends of Charles Score wil be sorry to learn that his illness has takes a serious turn during the past few days Frank C Carroll our good naturee Deputy Sheriff has been enjoying wel earned rest this week at West Baden Springs Mrs T It Ennis who was the guest of Mrs M E Kearns in South Louisville has returned to her home at Leba non Junction Miss Lillian Doyle entertained Wednes day afternoon a number of friends in honor of her guest Miss Edith Holmes of Lyons N Y Mrs John McAteer and daughter Miss Virginia are home from Comfort Texas where they spent the past three month with Vincent McAteer Postmaster Baker has been enjoying a short season of rest and recreation at West Baden Springs His charming wife and daughter were with him Mrs E Campion and daughter have returned to their home at Seymour after a pleasant visit with Mrs John Whalen 512 East Spring street New Albany John Monahan has returned fron Washington where he has been pursuing his studies at the Georgetown University to spend the summer vacation with hii parents The euchre and dance of the Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Council given at the club house Thursday night was largely attended and a decided suc cess socially Misses Sarah Joyce and Queenie Crowe popular Portland girls have been reo ceiving much social attention at St Joseph Mo where they went to visit Miss Frances Kelmel iA pretty little girl has arrived from Babyland to make her home with eff Ryan 1925 Bank street The proud father is said now to be the happiest of all the men employed at Averys Miss Kate Davern of Denver who spent several weeks visiting friends in this dry left last week to be the guest of the Misses Sweeney Oak Villa on the Grant Line road near New Albany Thomas Halllnan the well known Louisville Nashville machinist is wearing a broad smile these days and all on account of the arrival of another lovely little girl at his home 1508 Seventh street iI One of the prettiest of the weeks weddings wa that of Henry Gottbrath Jr and Miss Mary T Rosen which was solemnized Wednesday Both are well known and the ceremoney was witnesed by a large number of their friends M F Doherty the well known Jeffer sonville druggist has returned from Fort Wayne where he attended the annual meeting of the Indiana State Pharma ceutical Society and took a prominent part in the deliberations of that body John J Maloney Southern representative of the American Cotton Mills Com pany of1 Boaton Mass will leave Louisville next Monday on an extended bnsi less trip through the South and West le will be away from the city until about Lugust 1 Miss Mary Joyce has returned from New York City where she was visiting relatives While there Miss Joyce met Father Fowler and Brother Martin for aerly of the local Dominican convent who requested her to give their best egards to their many friends here The engagement of Miss Rosalie Seng he accomplished daughter of H H fcng to Joseph M Zahner teller at the jjtizena National Bank has beer an ipunced This will be welcome news to their many friends as both are very copular The wedding will be solemnized iat St Louis Bertrands on Wednesday July B- Miss Stella Blanche Quick the charm Bg daughter of George Quick South Jbafevllle and Thomas Ritchey will eulted in marriage at Holy Name gctery on Wednesday nne2JJtevF- ather OConnor perfcpategecere way Both have a wide circle of friends ho will wish themia life blessed with allllne and happiaeee Mice Eya Walters Clay street has as- guestsVK MIMe Mamie and Florence strilling two of the prettiest young women to visit Louisville this season itnce their arrival they have been ex ewively entertained and several recep Ions will be held in their honor before heir departure the tact of the mouth fo- rthl hove aVLiKeot IllI JdfcmJir Weiel of TeffewoBville and te Hfiilly BUucJie BlaM of Ohio Falls 1a1lotltollCcbacefwby 0- n y 1 OW CHARLES OBST Veteran Fireman Retired on a Pension the Rev Father Eichenlaub The attend ants were Miss Kate Diesel of Jefferson yule and Andrew Council of New Al bany little Miss Edna Dreher of Louis yule being the flower girl The many friends of little Miss Katie Carr were delighted with her recitation last week at the entertainment given at Mncauleya by the Catholic Knights and 1 Ladies of America Upon several occasions she has won high praise and her artistic work does great credit to her teacher Miss Settle Lewis Miss Carr ih- one of the brightest pupils at Holy Rosary Academy The marriage of Frank Monsch and Miss Fannie Baron was solemnized Wednesday afternoon at St John church in the presence of a large gather ing of theic friends After the ceremony the happy couple were given a recep i tion at the home of the brides parents I where they received many handsome presents They are spending their honey moon in St Louis William A Byrne representing the Steinert Sons Piano Company of Boston was here this week with his wife and daughter it being their first visit to the Sunny South While in the city they were entertained by Mr and Mrs J J Maloneyof 328 West Breckiuridge street The visitors left Tuesday for St Louis to visit the Worlds Fair Mr Byrne is a Knight of Columbus and also prominent in all Irish affairs In the Hub THE FAIR SEX I Subjector Favorable Discus sion at Satolli Council Meeting Satolli Council had a lively and inter eating meeting Monday evening The attendance was better than the ordinary and the discussion showed that among the members of Satolli there are quite a number of gentlemen well versed in par liamentary law and that much time and attention is being given to the study of the Y M I constitution and bylaws William P McDonogh was elected Second Vice President vice Carl Breckel resigned The report of the joint com mittee meeting was listened to with in terest and resolutions of respect on the death of Miss Hattie OBryau aunt of Messrs Carl and Herman OBreGht were drawn up Will OConnor proposed the name of a prominent young attorney which was received with applause Quite an animated discussion took plate over the formation of a ladies auxiliary which showed the members of Satolli are not lacking in their admira tion of the fair sex The matter was referred to a committee and will be taken up later After the meeting the Satolli Glee Club held their regular session and all bids submitted on the advertising pro gramme were rejected the members de tiding they would attend to the pro gramme themselves Quite a number of tickets were taken by the members many af which were spoken for in advance lowing the general interest displayed in ill of the affairs given bythe Glee Club ORPHANS WILL HAVE OUTING The St Josephs Orphan Society are arranging for an outing and picnic for he benefit of St Josephs German rphan Asylum which will be given on the asylum grounds on July 27 This is me of the grandest charities in Ken ncky and our German Catholic fellow iltizens hope to realize a handsome sum for the care of the fatherless little ones hat God has committed to their care A plendid programme of amusements will- ie prepared and Announced llater BISHOPDFP FOR ROME tt Right Rev IgBatlns F Horstmann Hefaop of Cleveland sailed Thursday from New York for his ad Hmiaa visit to the Poly Father PJusOC Before his departure be spent two days as the guest of LrchbJsbop Ryan at Philadelphia Bishop lorstnwHtiwlll be remembered here for his eloquent sermop iu the Cathedral at he jubilee celebration of Right Rev Villlam George McCIokey the venerable Bishop of this dlocease He will be baent about six week PRINTING 00The KeatHcky Irish American is reedy it all tixten to do firstclans job printing f every deMriptkw A specialty te made fcomBM d l and sooty printing Gives a call analget our prlcwj iThea office irriea the Union label iii fl o- G 0- a LARGE CROWD Expected at A O H Auxiliary Euchre and Dance Thurs day Evening The euchre and dance to be given by the Ladies Auxiliaryof the A O H at the WelsaingerGaulbert building nex Thursday evening promises to bring forth the elite of Irish Amerlcan society The ladies have been doing noble work in advertising the affair iu which they have been greatly assisted by the memo bers of the Hibernians who are greatl interested iu the success of the euchre and dance and hope by their attendant and assistance to repay in a measure the noble work done by the ladies in the Hibernian entertainments since the or ganization of the auxiliary Many prize have been donated for the euchre amoral them being several pieces of fancy work and embroidery done by the lady memo bers which are well worth striving for Misses Mamie Foley Ella OConnell Mary Cavanaugh Maggie Coughlin Julia McEvoy and Mrs M J Hickey are the committee of arrangements and can be depended on to give a good account of themselves as entertainers The anxili ary has requested the Kentucky Irish American to invite through ite column the members of every Catholic society In Louisville to be their guests next Thurs day evening RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Anna May the infant daughter of James and Mary Dolan tool place Thursday afternoon from the family residence 1811 Baird street For the bereaved parents there is felt deep sym pathy among their numerous friends and acquaintancesMrs Ross wife of Edward Ross died Tuesday morning at her rest dencef 915 Dumesnil street after a short illness Besides herhnsband she leaves one child and for both there is felt deer sympathy The funeral took place Thjira day morning from St Louis Bertrahd church Thomas Kelly well known in Irish American circles died Monday morning at his residence 1212 West Oak street after a short illness The deceased leave a wife and one child The funeral tool place Wedpesdav morning at 9 oclocl from St Williams church with a requiem mass for the repose of his soul The funeral of Michael Glenn one of Louisvilles oldest and respected resi dents took place from Sacred Heart church at 9 oclock Wednesday morning with a requiem mass and short sermon delivered by Rev Father Walsh The deceased leaves a wife and one son James P Glenn The interment was it St Louis cemetery Mrs Mary Murphy the aged wife of Thomas Murphy died Monday morning at the family residence 1934 High street The funeral took place Wednesday morn ing from St Patricks church where for many years she had been a devout worhiper Mrs Murphy was well known and highly esteemed in the West End and the news of her death occasioned pro found sorrow among her many friends By the death of Mrs Gertrude Heu kamp beloved wife of the late Anthony Heukamp St Aloysius parish loses one of Its most devoted members and the community one who was a real friend to all who had the privilege of knowing her She had long been ill but her suf ruing was alleviated by the kind atten tions of her daughter Mrs Harry Veene nan Baxter avenueMwith whom she bad resided since the death of her husband Her funeral took place Tuesday morning Rev Father OGrady being the celebrant of the solemn requiem mass Father OGrady paid a loving tribute to the memory of the deceased dwelling OH the patience with which she bore her long illness her charity her sympathy for all In need or distress her nobility and Jomeeticity of character as wife and mother The interment was in St Louis cemetery AUDITOR HANLON BETTER Capt Thomas Hanlon Auditor of wBIIrishmen ia Southern Indiana who for teu days was quite ill at his hone OB the liver road two miles Below New Albany las recovered d is again able to attend b the duties of Ufa office c a i n p GRAND PICNIC GIVEN BY THE Ancient Order of Hibernians I AT PHOENIX HILL PARK Monday June 20 1904 Alorbachs Union Orchestra TICKETSeLadies Accompanied by Gentlemen Free IRISH EXHIBITS Those atWorlds Fair the Greatest Ever Brought To gether Peoples of Every Nation Are Both Interested and Instructed Will Doubtless Provo a Urea Educational Feature For Americans THE AMUSEMENTS ARE FIRST CLASS The Irish Exhibit at the St Louis Worlds Fair is attracting more attention than any other one feature It is men tioned in all the newspapers and seem to be one of the most popular section for everybody without regard to race or condition Every one goes to see it There are reasons why the Irish sec tion should be studied and looked over for never before has there been such an exhibit of Irish art and industry in this or any other country The exhibit at the Chicago Fair does not compare with it The opening of the Irish Industrial Ex hibition on June 2 was the occasion of oneof the greatest and most representa tive gatherings of IrishAmericans eve assembled on a similar occasion The exhibit includes general industries home cottage and art industries educational minerals agricultural fisheries statistics and intelligence historic art historii engravings etc Under the head of general Industrie there are included many things to remind American manufacturers that Ireland has made great progress during the past fey years and that possibly there may be profitable iinvestment there for American capital By reason of this exibit Irish manufactures may be greatly increased during the next few years Attention will be called to the many advantage now existing in the Irish towns It is needless to speak of the various shows and entertainments on the Pike includ ing representations of the Rock of Cashel Blarney Castle the Four Courts and other places of historic interest The Irish theater is said to be one of the most entertaining places on the grounds The Irish singers dancers and other come diana who have been brought over tc amuse their fellowcountrymen and the general public are the best that could be procured in the opinion of those who have witnessed their performances There is nothing offensive in the Irish theater and those who go there will come away well pleased The Fair will be at its best now in a few weeks about the time of the close of the popularity contest of the Kentucky Irish American To be sure no one having the price can afford to miss this Exposition which will be the greatest in the history of the world CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Are Enthused Ovor Proposed Trip to the Worlds Fair Tuesday night Chairman Michael ekhert and the members of the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America met to bear the report of Messrs n J Mann and Secretary Albert F Martin who had visited St Louis to arrange for an excursion to the Worlds lair for Catholic Knights of America day which hiss been set for Tuesday September 13 They stated that they bad secured reasonable rates at one of lie newest and largest hotels adjacent to the fair grounds with accommodations for 1000 persons The railroads had also been consulted and the expense of the ntire trip which included full railroad are and three days board and lodging would amount to only 15 This infor nation aroused considerable enthusiasm among those present who instructed lessrs Martin and Mann to correspond and close the contracts at once The ommittee will meet again tonight at the ffice of Newton Rogers when further etaite will be perfected awl work commenced fora great excursion from entucky L II JOCKEY CLUB PARK Week of June 0 Rain or Shine The Crack First ImperialJ GermanyFORTY On leave of absence to play at the St Louis Exposition by special permission of Kaiser Wilhelm Refreshments at tables Admission 25 Cents ptoeix J1i11 park Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man 1 ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts P T ARCHER Out Door and Flash Light- Photography Home Phone 5709 Room 44 Courier Journal Building COATNow is the time to order your winter supply of coal The following prices last for May and June only Plltsburg 1st Pool 325 Plttsburg 4tl Pool 300 Jelllco 300 Laurel 275 Coal is freshly mined and well screened JOS DOUGHERTY f Home Phone 256 1416 West Broadway o CB THOMPSON EIORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson St Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaran- teedNORTH I STARRE- FRIGERATORS Solid hardwood extra well constructed with cork filling and asbestos lining ALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION GEHER SON 217 Market St nearSecond 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CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma to I ICAGOI e la I WWY1560 I IIXb In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR B H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky PRANK J REED General Passenger Agent C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside aud General Manager Spring styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE TO Indianapolis Peoria Chicago AND AU POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGANo Ciiviland Buffalo l New York Boston AND ALL POINTS EAT Information cheerfully furnished on DIKPotuS J Oats Gal Agent PaMMgerAxt Den4vi11a1 Kys- dlI 1 I U Katie A Smith formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reas l promptlyBOTH PHONES 1677 OFFICE 652 FIFTH STREET rfIfR M ANDRIOI 80N8 W UON MANUFACTURERS CtoMcRJrlliHTiM 215 aid 217 WEST OWEN ST n 1- tI II r B a 0 SIJII POSITIVELYI RouteFinest I Worlds Pair Special Leaves 910 am Arrives St Louis 6 p m Nighti Flyer Leaves Louisville llp m Arrives St Louis 758 a m JPieEEJ OIIAIK OARS OIT TIGHT TRAIN StreetsIFARf WORLDS BALLOT to s C l fE TLJQYI 11l1ISH f1ffERIRJ4 i- DSwO BflliliOT f i fj JI VOTB FOR ADDRKSS SIGNED JSaturday June 4 f f + t s 8HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 1 meets Monday night All are urged to attend as some important reports will be read At a successful social given last week by Division 4 of Duluth a silver set was won by Joseph McCormick Jim Ross of Division 4 has a pleasant announcement for the meeting next Wednesday Come and hear it With pleasant weather the picnic to be given Monday June 20 should be one of the biggest Hibernian events in years Joe Dougherty Chairman of the Picnic Committee is proving himself to be the right man in the right place Keep it up Joel Syracuse Hibernians met last Sunday and completed their programme for the reception of Right Rev Bishop Ludden on his return from Rome Every member should see that his friends have tickets for the picnic att Phoenix Hill Bring them there and the committee will do the rest Rev Michael Dermody of Flandreau will attend the national convention which meets at St Louis during the Worlds Fair as a delegate from South DakotaThe annual May party of the Ladies Auxiliary of Rochester Minn was held lu Masonic Temple There were seventy five couples in attendance and every one had a jolly time Holyoke Hibernian will entertain the Massachusetts State convention at a ball In ilahonor on the evening of August 22 and the banquet to the visiting delegates will be held the following night The new Buffalo division organized in the Holy Family parish starts off with fifty members and the hearty approval of Rev Father Johri Hash who has evinced great interest in the organization- On Sunday June 12 the four divisions and the Ladies Auxiliary of Savannah Ga will go to Charleston in a body on a special train where they will be enter tained by the Charleston division The meeting of Division 4next Wednesday night will be an important one Questions of interest wilt be dis cussed and therefore President Hennes sey wants the members present in large numbersAn which hadbeen looked for ward to with eager interest took place at West Quincy Mass where the degree staff of Division 18 of West Quincy worked the four degrees ojj some thirty candidates for Division 4 Division 3of Savannah last month was reorganized in Hibernian Hall Sixty five new members were presegti It is the intention of the County Bogrto- make the installation and initiation of Division one of the most elaborate of its kind ever held ia Georgia Vermont Hibernians are giving a three days bazar at Rutland which closes to night The Irish play Shamrock and Rose was presented the opening night Dancing waS indulged in the second evening and for the last night a musical programme will be the attraction Several of the divisions of Providence have sent letters of thanks to the Rev HolyNamechurch the use of his church for the members of the order to make their Easter dutyand for having a special mass for the occasion Reading the Minneapolis Irish Stand ard it is apparent that nowhere are the- IIlibernial18maklnKgreaterpr gretJ8 than ful meet ings are reported In Minneapolis St Paul Duluth Rochester and other towns where the divisions are steadily adding to their membership The Hibernians of San Jose Cal at a recent meeting held in Y M IHa1I adopted resolutions toRev Father Glee Si J1for his donation of a new national flag to the division The resolutions wire suitably printCd Beneath the till aptnboye the teri of the neoi tioafl WM a portrait of Fathor GteeeosI tn4- a n H WORLDS FAIR ROUTE dl Tire Appointed Trains Out 6f Louisville tU St Louis Louisville The FAIt 1904 expressinggratitade KINDNESS To Dumb Animals Is Euconr aged by Prominent Catholics Editor George T Angroll of Dumb AnhnnI8Ausversan Inquiryf First legislation Against Cru elty Was Proposed by an Irish Catholic s n POPE LEO HELPED THE CAUSE Ji Our Dumb Animals isa publication is sued in Boston by MrGeorgeTto Angell Its purpose hetagto create a healthy and universall public sentiment against cruelty to animals and to educate the young to be kind to dumb brutes Mr Angell has done an immense amount of good in this cause all over the United States and other countries He devotes his life to the work as earnestly as a Sister of Charity devotes her life to the care 6f the sick or the orphan It is worthy of note in this connection that the first legislation ever enacted against cruelty to animals was introduced in the British Parliament by an Irish Catholic member sent to thfe House from IrelandMr Angell in the May number of Dumb Animals in answer to the inquiry j rtDo Catholics help you pays a high tribute to Catholics dead and living for the aid they have given him in this work A merciful man Is merciful to his dumb brute and how could a good Catholic be otherwise than kind to creation aUI After relating many acts of extended to him in his work by John Boyle OReilly the poet and Patrick Donahoe Editor Angel says Among living Catholics we have long reckoned Archbishop Williams and our Boston Mayor Patrick A Collins with some others as among our good friends At the great celebration of Archbishop Williams eightieth birthday when he was receiving the kind words of hundreds of priests and thousands of Catho lic friends we wrote him that we were glad he had lived sollong and hoped be would live a good deal longer and were surprised to receive from him a kind let ter written with his own hand which we have carefully preserved To Pope Leo at Rome we sent our publications and plans asking his aid in carrying our work Into Catholic countries and reM ceived amost kind and cheering reply But how do they aid you Archbishop Williams ordered one of our first Bands of Mercy established in his Cathedral and he with other Catholic clergy have been liberal contributors of gift In many ways the Archbishop has aided us Through the influence of one Catholic lady 5000 was paid at one time to our Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals When we estab lished the Illinois Humane Society which cost us by the way about 600 in money and about six mouths time no Protestant clergyman in Chicago rendered greater aid than the Catholic Bishop The same might be said of the Catholic priest at Jacksonville Fla when We tablishedtbe Florida Humane Society When we addressed ft union meeting of all the churches in Dover N H in the City HaHth Catholic priest Father Murphy new a Ignor1Ifilled the hall from his p rih In advance of the time of nleetingihat it was call mated that about ISOOProteatahts could not get in If we had more space we might write more ia answer to the question Do the Catholics aid you It is no wall kelp that our Buds bf Mercy are being formed in all the parochial schools of Ma8cehu8etts Bad that the Catholic Arckbkttop of itaciw k taking active iinterest in1 tWCmUiaM oovatry to ad Q tl l J CIIANGE IN CARS the humane society recently formed there Archbishop Williams is one of our Vice presidents and Mayor Patrick A Collins is one of our Directors MACKINS OUTING Takes Up All the Tlmo of Membors Monday Night The Picnic Committee and members of Mackin Council have everything ready to entertain a large gathering at Fern Grove on Tuesday June 14 and they feel that every visitor to their outing will be well satisfied with the feast of amusement events the dance programme and other attractions arranged for this occasion Tuesday night the council met in regular session but the entire time was devoted to the picnic and outing which promises to be the largest and most successful Mackin has yet given The committee announced that the young lady friends of the organization had of fered their services and would serve another of the dinners they have made famous Jt was also atatedtbaf specjal care would be taken of children this year in order to give parents better opportunity to enjoy themselves Morbachs Union Band will furnish the music and all who go will have a fine time COLORED NUNS MISSION Four colored nuns of the Oblates of Providence Society have gone to Old Providence Island in the Carribbeau sea to take up missionary work among the natives They will instruct the children in catechism and conduct a training school for the native girls in household economy This is the second foreign mission of its kind that the colored nuns have embarked in PENSIONED Charles Obst engineer of No 14 and one of the veterans of the local fire department was placed on the pension list Wednesday by the Firemens Pen sion Board Foethirtyone years he has been a fire fighter and no man in the department has a better record Time and again he sustained serious injuries which have had much to do with his retirement STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL St Edwards congregation at Jefferson town will give a strawberry festival and supper at OechslIns orchard tfext Wednesday afternoon and evening from 2 oclock to 11 Several vaudeville spec ialties have been engaged for the enter tainment of the guests The new Jeffer sontown cars pass by the grounds SIGNIFICANT Archbishop Riordan of San Francisco recentlyAfterward ally the Archbishop said A friend of mine in San Francisco called with his wife one afternoon at the house of an estimable lady The ladys little daughter answered the bell and my friend said to her It Wont you please tell your mother that Mr and Airs Smith are here Certainly said the little girl andI she departed In a moment she returned Well did you tell your mother said my friendI1 Yes the child answered I What did your mother say Why said the little girl she said Ob dear I THE JUDGMENT OF ELDERS I I There is no selfconceit more offensive and more Indicative of a weak nature than that which shows itself in flippant disregard of the judgments and thoughts of parents and older men concerning the graver questions of life Young men know as well as the wisest preacher can teach them what things are noble right and beautiful but they do not know yet the forces of evil the corruptions that are in the world and the countless and insidious fornnt of temptation It takes the experience years to find out these- things J and MO youth unless devoid of I spurnthe I to him from older lip oi these matter L li tJ 7 HIIt1 hhH ++HHliIiII 1 1 HiH4XIH4 + H1+t 1H1HH- r eUSCADENSHave It Telephones 12 Horses and Wagons and 25 Push Wagons sell lug our famous Brick lee CreamTHE REAL 10K OUBAI PEOPLE 415 AND 417 SECOND STREET HHHIHHHHHI 1 1 +1 H H +4i1IIII1 +HI IH 111 HIH STATIONERS The Bradley GM Co INCCKFORAJtD PRinTLQSBlan BOO r Pane Box c Manufacturers 81 N aERARepdTtentatr MhoHammonu typewriter lor Ktntiickjr Nhehlnes00KSkland StLOWSYI LE KY I iI3dI1UII I IEIIIII I t Ih IIiIIlI gIIIIIi l Mll1oon MOllllul6llt6 GOlfipallil DESIGNERS AND BUILDERSII ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND OFII I I I Monuments I R I IIArtlstlo Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studlos rrara Italy i- iiI 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sixteen section Pullman sleeper All trains make close connection in Union Station at St Louis with Wabash suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES FROM LOUISVILLE 1300 good returning until December 15 1904 1100 good returning in sixty days 1000 good returning in fifteen days Tickets will be on sale daily at the above rates 700 good returning seven days Coach excursion tickets on sale May 17 19 242631 June 79141021 23 28 and 30 P E Carr City Pass and Ticket Agent 231 Fourth AvecouisvilleAJ Crone Depot Ticket Agent Seventh and Water Louisville C n H1ngerfonl District 234 Fourth Ave AgentIAllen Assistant Genera Passenger Agent St Louis Camphor will not stop the ravages of moths in carpets after the insects have commenced eating Nor will they then pay any regard to tug presence of cedar or tobacco A good way in which to kill them is to take a course crash toweland wring it out of clean water spread it smoothly on the carpet and then iron it dry with a good hot iron repeating the operation on all suspected places and those least used The process does not injure the pile or color of the carpet in the least and it Iis not necessary to press yard heat and steam being the Brents abwowon rAA lr I DRINK Iij U I fl6llrUVHISKH BOTTLED BY HENRY C LAUER 407 East Jefferson Street TBLEPHOi 1140 Drink r EppingsMineral MineralWater PHONE 428 HEEBMMN BROSr IMIORlItRS FINE WINE AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON Rr BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOON r VAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 44g w QRIl31111 lilT n tl t JH1 ffi 1 J NTUOKY IRISH AMERIOAN 241 SSNSMens ts Heather Mixtures Wood Brown Gray Home L 11Scolch Tweed Outfits consisting of Coat Pants out of the same fabric I comfort The best custom tailors are THE REAL TIlING for summer overwhelmed with orders for suits like them Coats are shapely with 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purchase a PIANO If you have doubts about it settle them by inspecting Our Line of HighI Grades Before you positively decide We offer you a choice from the makes of the leading manufacturers and our guarau tee is n voucher for Piaua honesty CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS MontenegroRiehm Music Co oesoso FOURrn AVENUE rpSitAY CO Fin6- 6arria06S 230232 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY t t tit t i HHI11HJuloolt I I and best 1 Home I 1 1 1 I t I 1 i DANIEL D OUGHE RTYt 3 THOMAS KEEN- ANK6611a11 I Douoh6rtu I UNDERTAKERS 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth IBOOPH XJB LB5I HCOWr3BS 123O All Galls D rolriagesX 5 No6 ==tastticateseat Young PeopleF- orBusiness Good Employment and Succm t CALL OH WRITe FOR fUU INrOnUATIOH ss UIIet NM NI1 SIXTH AND MAIN WTRBBTS LOUISYIIIEKYBusinessCollege r sr tj i if r 3 CHEAP PL1l7NOTCHEAP The additional cost of repairs to lime mortar will pay for the BEST in the start There is only one BEST indorsed by Architects DIAMOND WALL PLASTER riANUPACTUREO BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COB CAMPBELL SONS Proprietors t MfclllrDlaRlonll Wail Plaster Campbell Cement Platter LeuUvllla Vii filter PIterCam ells Wal je tlng Flnhh t1IIIUIctralHl Pawaered Lime IWII t jlti7DrOOka d River Louisville ICy 1- W g a i M J BACON SONS- llalf t =Price Suit SaleWe inaugurated this sale Monday We have sold a good many too but there still remains a number that are on sale for a final clearance We wish to impress our cus tomers that these suits are firstclass workmanship made after the most approved styles If economists want to share in this good fortune we advise an early call because THIS IS AN OPPORTUNITY THAT SELDOM MAKES ITS APPEARANCE regular 3500 Suits We have T Ladles Suits worth 998 made A 1 9For a few at this priceall made of A 5 00ForEton and blouse styles stylishly t J and most fashionable materi H with straps of cloth buttons als elaborately trimmed silk lined coats skirts made and black braid We have only a few more left con fancy or shirred styles Either style is unusually attrac sider quickly these are regular 1000 values tive and exceptionally 2750 Suits best skilled fp r cheapii14I 50ForLadies is found among these 00Portl with rich applique on FancysuitsJV a Crashes andIiomespuns with epaulets over shoulder Mixtures fancy Etons trimmed with braids and stitchedcollar coatstrimmed with handsome applique and fancy buttons cloth strapping skirtsAlltaffeta lined suits made of most desIrable materials plain or trimmed CP Ladies Suits worth 40 For T Ladies Suits worth 1098 Vene ITV 2 7 50For elaborate this is the 9 00For Broadcloths Cheviots and Fancy i4 to see Eton shirred K are materials from which silk lined cuffs trimmed with beautiful these pretty suits are made coat and Eton styles taffeta ornaJbrnldsALL RIGHT AGAIN John McAteer Has Recovered From His Recent Injuries John J McAteer one of the best known and most highly respected citizens of Louisville is recovering from the effects of injuries sustained in a faUat First and Main streets last Saturda evening Mr McAteer was returning this home when he was suddenly attacke by a spell of vertigo He fell on the sidewalk in such manner as to cause a severe contusion of his right temple A gash was cut in his forehead four inche long Surgical attention was given by Dr Frank Corrigan and Mr McAteer many friends will be delighted to know that he is now in a fair way to be out in a few days Mr McAteer is ore of the oldtime typical Irish gentlemen of Louisville He is seventyfive years of age He served with distinction and honor In the Board of Councilmen in the 70s and was for a time President of the board For years past he served on the City and County Boards of Equalization TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council Y M I held its regular neeting Monday night the busi ness transacted being mostly routine Bat Foley John Cribbing and Henry Hulskamp were reported still silk The Secretary was instructed to send the congratulations of the council to Messrs John C Rieger Bernard Eiling am Charles Seivert who are about to enter upon the sea of matrimony As pre dieted last week the feature of the even ing was the paper on Sanitary Plumb lug by Thomas J Garvey It was in deed a treat both from a literary and scientific standpoint and the speaks demonstrated tq the satisfaction of al that there were no points in the business unknown to him His story of the mat who paid 160 for having a key tight ened gave some of the many orbitancharges made En couraging reports were made by the gentlemen having in charge arrange meats for the dance and picnic MARINE BAND CONCERT The Jockey + Club Park will open its summer season Monday evening with the First Imperial Marine Band of Ger many under the local management nl James B Camp This band is composed of forty picked musicians who are on their way to the St Louis Exposition by special permission of Kaiser Wilhelm In case of rain the concert will be held in the Palm Garden The old German soldiers of Louisville have completed plans for a big reception of their fellowcountrymen and the week will be one of keenest enjoyment to tboM who hear the bauds excellent Binelc aa well as forthoee who produce that mulc A big delegation of German veterans wearing badges and other Insignia will meet the blind at the depot and after serenading the newspaper offices will proceed to Turner Hall where an elaboo rate banquet will be served Mr Charles Nsnmeyer wilt be the toaMmoster and Col Ernest MacPiierson will respond to aioast proposed bype of the members day1uueopen Hwr KiaderaMair will wave his hatoageefrillyaad theavs flrareaca- will be DIIi I III1 IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTOR A O 1I- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month President Mike Tynan Vice President Joseph W Dougbert Recording SecretaryThomas Ke nan Jr- Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusic 1911 Bank street- TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording Secretary Edward J Ke ranFinancial Secretary John T Keane 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keirau DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monda evenings of Each Mouth QuinnViceRecording Secretary Patrick JVelsh Financial Secretary William Burin 8Q7 Twentythirdstreet TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatAnhspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenlngs of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callaha Financial Secretary Joe P McGinJ 515 West Chestnut- AssistantDave Reilly Treasurer John P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Han County PresidentJohn Kenney County Vice President J B Murphy President Robert Gleason Vice presidentDaniel Gill Recording Secretary J G Cole Financial Secretary Thos 0ftern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelAlphonso Constantine SergeilntatArmsMichael Noon Y IMC X MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President James Shelley First Vice President Wm P Shaugh nessy Second Vice President Fred Herp Recording SecretaryFrank Adams Financial SecretaiDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- Correspondiag Secretary Frank P BurkeTreasurerFrankF Murphy Marsbal GeorgeJ Simonis Inside Sentinel Frank Lauahan Outside SentinelJohn Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at tbe Club House 718 East Gray Street President Eugene J Cooney First Vice President J L Cunniffe Second Vice President Joseph F Bell Corresponding Recording SecetaryArthur G LauerFinancial SecretaryRobert G Goe betTreasurerWilliam N Gast Marshal M F Morris Inside Sentinel Jacob Pfalzer Outside Sentinel M F Ziegler SPECIAL SERVICES In Honor of Feasts of Corpus Christi and Sacred r Heart Special aervice8 will be held fIn all the atholic churches tomorrow but those at 51 Louis Bertrands and the Sacred Heart church will be characterized by unusual pomp and brilliancy At St Lonls Bertrand the Feast of Corpus Christi which fell OH Thursday will be ibserved in conjunction with the monthly Rosary devotions at the 1090 clock mass when the Rosary procession will take place At the Sacred Heart church the services will be in honor othe Sacred Heart of IiMtM The sermon will be preached by lie Rev Patrick Walsh and a special auslcalprgraiaMe will be rendered by he full choir under the dirWira of Miss Gala Mat futly Try w for job printfaic iI t MEMORIALS Historic Loan Collections of IrishAmerican Articles at Worlds Fair A committee has been formed for the purpose of making a historic loan collec tion of IrishAmerican memorials to be exhibited at the St Louis Exposition and has established its headquarters at 56 Pine street New York The officer of the committee are Hon W Bourki Cochran Chairman John Quinn Secre tary Hon John D Crimmins Treasurer Thos Hamilton Murray Executive Sec retary and they have issued a circular in part as follows We respectfully solicit your interes and assistance in the project and Invite you to loan us articles you may have In your possession that would be appropriate for such an exhibit A contribution to the fund being raised for the purpose would also be welcome Articles loaner us should be sent within the next two weeks to the committees address 56 Pine street New York City the expense of transit to be defrayed by us The article will be promptly receipted for upon their arrival in New York and will be insurer against loss by theft fire or other cause while in transit to and from St Lout and while in the Exposltidn End article and case should bear a label o tag which will be supplied by the com mittee on application describing the same and bearing the name and address of the owner also a statement of the value for insurance The articles will be returned to the owners express or freight prepaid upon the conclusion of the Ex positionThe IrishAmerican exhibit we art engaged in getting together for the purpose mentioned will be placed in the Irish section of the Worlds Fair along with the splendid display that has ar rived from Ireland It will be historically Illustrative of the part taken early 01 late by men and women of Irish birth 01 extraction in the tipbuilding of the United States Every Article loaned us for our exhibit will be described in the official catalogue wherein will also be set forth the name and residence of the owner of each article This will be a lasting memorial of the great Exposition and will be of much personal Interest to all contributors to the IrishAmerican exhibit Friends of our enterprise throughout the country who may be willing to loan us objects for the exhibit should send a description of such articles to the Executive Secretary of the committee before forwarding The Secretary will thereupon submit the matter to the como mittee and reply within a day or two Anything relating to the various wars In which the republic has been engaged will be of special interest We desire to make the IrishAmerican exhibit a credit to the race and worthy of the Exposition where it is to be displayed GRADUATING EXERCISES The Sisters and pupils of the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy 1162 East Broadway one of Kentuckys best female edu cational institutions have issued invitations to the graduating exercises which will be held at their new academy on Wednesday morning June 15 A very Interesting programme has been prepared for the occasion which will be one of interest in Catholic circles The graduates this year are Misses Blanche C Imorde Catherine A Corso Mary E Burgess and tuia A Brbderick This years class lower is a white rose ORAND LEAP YEAR DANCE The Nonpariel Club has arranged for a grand Leap Year dance to take place I next Wednesday evening at Fountain I terry Park Tlie Wednesday night lances of this club have proven very suc Iceful this season and aa this is the first sap Year affair given by the club the xfrla no doubt Will come out in full force and show tkeirloyality by making I this dance the greatest of them allThe otamittee In charge having tak a this ato consideration IjftB engaged two cheKras to furnish the muMehaydf an I specially good programme lure been gotten up for this occasion At the next Lance whisk will be one week from Id oid IeIIrrelriwtnbe Mrv d o alt who attend f 0IlIl 1 AA ttt1t1ttttttttttttttttttt1tttttttttt1l tttt1tfY y LANNUALMw = GIVEN BY =Mw w MflfllFw AT FERN GROVE Tuesday June 14 1904 w y sharpw =w = MEALS SERVED ON THE GROUNDS MM 1 TICKETS 25 CENTS il1111111111l11111111111 LLLLLLiiiliiliitiiiliii LLLLUiILLiUiiLiit- LLiiit41IHIIIHI2IhlHtliI +l+ll1 11111111111 +1441 111111 +111 SPRING BANK WILD CHERRY PHOSPHATE IS THE ORIGINAL AND BEST Beware of Imitations Thats All I HIII HI1111l11 II1IIIHH1 IIIII2t- OrJ I H+llHI1 r me 6nas ft Rogers BOOK GO 1- I PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES I- S FOR FIRST HOLY COMMUNION S gfifeC+ finest of their kind in the cityY W BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES + OF EVERY DESCRIPTION + I 3tS3b Tir Jefferson Stiebt+ tit + + + + + + + + + + + + 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