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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r KENTUCKYIE11IAMERICA i j VOLUME XIINO 26 LOUISVILLE SATU JUNE 25 1904PRIC FIVE CLN ri CANDIDATES In Popularity Contest Are Now FortThemselves 1 Heretofore They Have Been iii tho Hands of Their Friends J Many Evidences That Vote Will Be Heavier Than Was Expected J IS NOw DRAWING TO THE CLOSE The candidates In the popularity con test now have but a very short time to go among their friends to solicitvotes It is said to be a fact that most of the votes received up to this time have come to the candidates unsolicited This is quite complimentary to those on the list and they ought to feel grateful to their friends and admirers for the partiality shown to them No doubt their friends will continue to work to the very last day and hour but the time has arrived for the candidates themselves to take a deeper Interest and not allow their friends to do all the work As predicted by the admirers and friends of the Kentucky Irish Americau the vote will be much larger than the management of the paper ex pected at the outset This was demonstrated in a particular and striking way during this week when the subscription list was swelled by several hundred new subscribers all to be credited to this or that candidate As announced last week I the standing of the various candidates will not be published any more until the close of the contest when the names of the successful ones will be announced by the committee appointed to count the votes We violate no confidence in observing that there were some surprises in the vote cast this week Some of the candidates who have not figured very prominently in the list up to this time have come to the front with great strides If this continues next week the favorites unless they be holding in reserve their vote will not be in it at the close Some of our old subscribers are sending in two and three years subscriptions each in advance asking that the vGtettQ which l areteniltedbe credh 1 t6te iroIlea Those who have headed the list of contestants however are still confident and will not rest from now until the final vote is polled The friends of the young lady contestants have been particularly active this week and many hundreds of votes have been sent in to be credited to them Evidently the young gentlemen friends of the young ladies have gone to work in earnest for them The young ladies are deserving of many more votes thau they have received up to this time They are all amiable and pretty girls The married couples contest is not lagging behind and the vote has been quite heavy As heretofore observed the single gentlemen can take care of themselves and they are out hustling in real earnest A friend of one of the single gentlemen in the contest says he will get 100 new subscribers before July 4 for the Ken tucky Irish American and have the votes credited for his favorite If several of the single men would get out and hustle like the one mentioned the result would be in doubt until the last vote was polled The members of the police and fire departments nearly all of whom subscribe for the Kentucky Irish American are beginning to take Interest in the contest for their friends both single and married Members of various labor organizations are also taking a hand This paper has a large circulation among the union labor people but until now they have as a class taken but very little interest Business men are also showing more in terest as many of the retail merchants have friends in the list One Mainstreet merchant sent in ten new subscribers the votes to be credited to one of the married couples and another sends ink five to be credited to one of his young lady friends in the popularity contest As we go to press on Friday the votes were coming in by hundreds The prizes are well worth going after to say nothing of the honor of winning in a contest of this kind The thirtyseven candidates are among the beat people in Louisville and their friends can vote for them without ever expressing or feeling regret for doing so It affords a man greater pleasure to give than to receive It will afford any one of the single ladies for instance great pleasure to be allowed to go to the Worlds Fair for a week and it costs but little to help the young women candi dates along The simplest way is by sending in subscriptions to be credited to them This ought to be done by the friends of the candidates without the asking The contest has progressed so far with the beat of feeling between the rival candidates and this will so doubt continue to the end and when the result is announced while there may be some surprises in store for some there will be no room for charging that the prizes were suet awarded on a fair count of the vote The management intends to give no 1 room for soy one to say that the con teet was not conducted on the fairest bask lIVery vote will be credited wher- einie tiRe a IHrery d yUlIIk here has beset aa Jef tolleto thepsuubki ntaaiag D XAVIER COLLEGE GRADUATES fST I Eugene M Ford I Bernard A w Morthorst I Edward M Shaughnessy 1 John C Flynn high up into the thousands Mike Reicherts friends have organized for the final struggle Ben Speaker Harry Vee neman Frank Lenz and several others having taken charge of his campaign But the friends of Jolm Hennessey are not resting They declare the man from Limerick must win at all hazards and are putting up a game fight These two are nip and tuck and the race is so close that the last subscription received may determine the winner This has been a busy week for the supporters of Frank McDonogh and Lieut Tom Fitzgibbon and the winner will have won a contest of which any man might feel proud Both candidates have a big following and as both are experienced politicians it would be unwise for the Kentucky Irish American to make any prediction as to the outcome An enormous vote will be recorded for both of them Tom Camfield and Edward Dalton have moved their posi tions their friends sticking to them with a loyalty that is commendable This is a race that may yet develop startling surprisesEntering the home stretch Misses Ella OConnell Mamie Riley and Mary Foley are closelybunched The others in the young ladies division have received a handsome vote but the contest has nar rowed down to the three named Their friends are watching closely andevery move of the candidates is noted But the young ladies are keeping their own coun eel which causes the suspicion that they yet have a card up their sleeve Ballots and subscriptions for them have been received from Colorado Indiana Ver mont New York Missouri Tennessee and many cities and towns throughout Kentucky This is a pretty race Indeed and promises an exciting finish Remember that the contest will soon be ended therefore do not delay in send ing in your subscriptions and ballots LIKES HIS NEW HOME The Kentucky Irish American lies received a letter from William T Meehan who recently removed to Paris Mo to engage fa the tobacco business Mr Meehaa ih enjoying excellent health and says Paris is the center of a glorious country but deeply deplores the fact that thin 1noi Catholic churchin the tows He also says he banes the fry may not be far distant when there will be more priaeU and the preseat tate of things ebMged o riu MwW BALLOT E TlJ lY iii ISAN J WO Its s AIBALtlOTt 7 zj 3 I VoTn FoR- t i4 M ADDRUi I 1 BfSIGNED Saturday June 251904 SUCCESSFUL Close of Another Remarkable School Year at St Xav- Ier College Fifteen Bright Young Men Are Graduated With k Honors Robert Aboll and Jerome Drlsj coll Win Highest Honors INTERESTING ADDRESSES DELIVERED I The closing exercises of St Xaviers College for the school year of 1904 on Wednesday night held in the College Auditorium brought an immense crowd together The year has been the most successful one in the history of the institution and the Xaverlan Brothers have reason to feel proud of the record their FIIi11 lil e haaaeaiee4f commencement the assembly hall was beautifully decorated and the interesting programme was carried out to the satis faction of all concerned On the plat form with the Very Rev Louis G Dep pen chaplain of the college were many of the local clergy The alumni address was delivered by Mr John J Cassilly the well known official court stenographer of the class of 1882 It was an eloquent and sensible oration and elicited attention At the conclusion of the address Mr Cassilly presented the alumni medal for general excellence to Jerome Jv Driscoll Oue of the features of the evenings exercises was an oratorical contest between the members of the graduating class It was led by Edward J Bush with a speech on Ideals Cornelius J Lane spoke of Catholic Literature in Catholic Homes It Mr Lane paid a fitting tribute to the Catholic press and its opportunities for doing good S Parnell Barretts theme was Patriotism which he handled well and received much applause Mr Barretts effort was pronounced by many to be one of the best of the evening A vocal class sang in concert The Mellow Horn which was rendered with excel lent effect The class was made up of young boys who have good voices Clifford J Flynn had for his subject Americas Open Door in which he traced the history of the United States from the time of the explorations of Father Marquette to the present day The address was replete with interesting information and Mr Flynns delivery was all that could be desired The speaker was generously applauded at many points A duet was excellently rendered by Newman J Hoertz and Henry G Hill The final speech A Retrospect was delivered by Robert A Abell the val edictorian He gave a history of the coL- lege since its beginning recounting the good work which it has accomplished Incidentally he referred to the great Archbishop Spalding who in the early history of the Commonwealth established schools and colleges In Kentucky which have since been successfully maintained by his successors The speaker paid a high tribute to the Xavierian Brothers At the close Mr Abell was presented with the gold medal The last address of the evening was made by the Very Rev Louis G Deppea who also spoke of the work of the coll- egel and the devotion of the Brothers Father Deppen then presented the medals and prizes to the graduates The musical part of the programme was of a very high order and much en joyed by the large audience It included solos duets and a chorus of 150 voices together with the instrumental music which was very fine The large audience left the college delighted with the performance and Brother James the Superior and his as sedates were congratulated oa all sides The fifteen graduates are M follows Jolla Clifford FlraaCorBeHa John Law Victor Ber cllladaMrJarGIIIe 10Mp1tDril f i- JI r- rr i n coil Bernard Albert Mot orst Tbomas Walter Keely Stephen I rnell Barrett Eugene Michael Ford F rmin Nippert Bosche Edward Michael Shanghnessy Robert Albert Abell Frai cis Guy Aad Marcus Michael Doerhoef rand Edward John JiruchaMedals were awarded to the following For excellence senior cl iss Jerome J Driscoll and F Guy Au j junior class S P Barrett Won ProvjaclalMedel Salutatorian Edward J Brucb Valedictorian Robert A Abell Jerome J Driscoll Won Alumni Prize Ernest F Schimpeler Bernard A Paeg leln George S Smart and William B Liebert for Christian doctrine senior class SP Barrett junior Bernard Hack ettE E Ktrwin J A Thompson J J M6riarlty and H P Robertson mathe matics E T Burch classic F Guy And modern history senior data Albert J Pipe junior class Coraelliw J Lang science Robert Abell elocution Robert Abell penmanship J A Heberle special Latin prize of 25 in gold Hermann J Tellmann ROOSEVELT AND FAIR1ANKS Roosevelt and Fairb nk will Ain the- Reptiunbanner the Cblecgo oo ya tier nouiaatiag these tity MotaaMtfoa I IrJ 7 r SATOLLIS VISIT Speculation as to Why the Cardinal Is Now In the United States Regarded as the Personal Rep resentative of the Holy See May Rovivo Cahonsley Move mont at the Instance of the Poles GIVER A DINNER BY SECRBTMTAPT r Cardinal Satollis visit to the United states is being widely discussed in the Eastern prest A Catholic writer in the New York Sun goes into some specula tion and writes as follows Since the renewal of the great tide of Immigration from Catholic countries Ca tienslyism has been resurrected and the quegtinnwf asxvlagu itkQ114l t tVterritorial Bishops here is being agitated at Rome This movement was started in 1891 by Herr Cahensly The Kaisers keen Interest in his people wherever they may be is well known It is his desire that they and their children shall remain Germans no matter in what clime they settle speaking the language and keep Ing up to the traditions and customs of the Fatherland It was Herr Cahenslys idea that there should be a Bishop for each nationality His petition to the Holy See called attention to certain dere lictions as to Catholic immigrants on the part of the American hierarchy and particularly pointed out the necessity for national Bishops and priests in the United States The presentation of this memorial caused an outburst of Indignation here at what was considered a desire of foreigners to perpetuate national distinc tions and transfer national antagonisms prejudices and customs to the new world to the disadvantage of the Roman Catho licchurchThe Bishops took it as a re1 flection upon themselves and Cardinal Gibbons as their spokesman indignantly denounced the memorial as an unwise interference with the national order of things and an entirely uncalled for ema nation of a clique whose utterances only gave enemies another opportunity of pointing out the Catholic church most unjustly as a foreign growth in the repub lic The Holy See finally rejected the petition The revival of the Cahensly agitation is said to be of Polish origin The Poles are very numerous in this country and some of their priests most ardently desire a Bishop of their own nationality They are devout Catholics as a rule but many squabbles have arisen here between pastors and congregations These it is said can never be satisfactor ily settled except by a Polish Bishop Representations have been made to Rome recently on this question by an American attorney acting for a Polish priest sta tioned at Buffalo It is just possible that Cardinal Satolli may examine the subject at close range before returning to Europe Whatever may be the nature of Cardi nal Satollis mission and however much be may deny Ithe is universally re garded as the personal representative of the Holy See and the result of his visit its effect at Rome upon the church here will be awaited with deep interest Whatever may be the true object of Cardinal Satollis visit optlmistis profess to believe that it will be of benefit to him and to the church in America They feel that he can not help being impressed with the magnificent condition of the church here and that any prejudices he may have imbibed slime his hist stay in this country will be overcome by a personal inspection of the true condition of affairsCardinal Satolli is declared to be still a power of the first magnitude of Rome popular belief la America to the contrary notwithstanding The impression hits gone forth that his star declined with the death of Lao As a matter of fact he worked vigooM+ly for the election of Cardinal Sarto whoowes fcie elevfttloa to u 1 r I ST XAVIER COLLEGE GRADUATES Thomas W Keely 1 Victor B RademakerII Cornelius J LaneII Marcus M Doerhoefer the Papacy in a great measure to Satollis tireless efforts in his behalf at the Con claveCardinal Satolli was given a dinner by Secretary of War Taft at the Arlington Hotel in Washington Monday night Those present included representative Government officials and well known dignitaries of the Catholic church In addition to the Secretary and the Cardi nal there were present Archbishop Parley Gen Chaffee Mr McCall Mr Glover Mr Conant Admiral Taylor Monsignor OKeefe Archbishop Ireland ecretary Mood Admiral Dewey Mon signor OConnell Gen Sanger Father Stafford Dr Egan Major Ballinger Major Porter Chief Justice Arellano of the Philippines and Justice Brown of the United States Supreme Court In responding to an address by Secre tary Taft Cardinal Satolli said It is a pleasure forme to recall the fact that when the flag of the United States was displayed from the Hotel Quirinal In one of the principal streets of Rome it was regarded with universal respect and friendliness and as its folds were unfurled in the breeze it seemed to re mind the Romans of the ancient deeds and glories of the republic of Romulus Agald may it be pleasing to his excellency Mr Taft to accept the tribute of a grateful heart for all the great good he Has done in the government of the Phil ippines The interests of Catholicity in those islands under the wings of the American eagle already feel the warmth of a new life and give promise of the most happy future both political and civil intellectual and Christian Long live Secretary Taft and may he continue to render most distinguished services for the prosperity of this great nation TIMELY WARNING Rev FatherHenry A Connolly pas tor of St Brigids church this city preached an able warning sermon to his flock last Sunday morning Father Con nolly cautioned his people apainst promiscuous river excursions and picnics which abound in physical as well asi moral dangers When there is no special reason he said for attending river excursions it would be far wiser for fathersi to take their families out to one of the parks or soffle pretty spot fa the country ad there enjoys quiet and safe outing u 0o 1- of z 4THOUSANDS 1 Spend a Most Enjoyable Even InK With Their Hlbern V Ian Friends Gathering at Phoenix Hill Park Did Honor to Irish Race National Airs Dancing and Bowling Contests Wore Fcaturosi Jl if jv1FIELD= r Phoenix Hilt Park was the scene of a gay and brilliant gathering last Monday night It was the occasion of the first picnic given by the Ancient Order of Hibernians in the city for a number of jyears For the past three years the Hi bernians have contented themselves with a field day and excursion to Fern Grove which have become famous but this year recognizing the fact that variety and change is a necessary quantity in the desires w of their friends and followers the County Board decided to lead off with an evenings outing this summer Though the weather was somewhat threatening car after car was unloaded at the park and trooping in came thousands uutil k the vast place was thronged with a happy selection of the fathers and mothers sisters and sweethearts of mem i bers of the order and their friends Should any doubt exist as to the question that our IrishAmerican girls hold the palm for loveliness and beauty it should have been dispelled by a single glance at the immense ball room which was the center of attraction for the young people fA Out in the park Prof Morbachs band gave an open air concert playing many pleasing Irish selections And here and there and everywhere were old acquaint ratalkingstories of the fairs they attended in Ire land There were about 3000 people present and everybody felt at once they hospitable ablepeopleFor good order and pleasant time enjoyed by all too much credit can not be given to the faithful committee the- Countp3ipaClyrho works unceasi 1ly for the benefit of the Ancient Order and their thousands of friends Conspicuous at all points were County President Sulli van and Messrs Joe Dougherty Joe Lynch Tom Lynch and Joe Cooney who were successful in making this outing something to be always remembered with pleasureThe alleys were kept going all the evening prominent among the players being John and Tom Barry and Frank Burke of this years Kentucky Irish American team and Con Ford Lieut Tom Fitzgibbon John Kenney Mark Morris Thomas Garry Dan Mullen Officer James Twobig Denny Coleman Tommy Keenan Martin Sheehan Joe Cooney Will Connolly Will Hennessey Patrick Sullivan and Patrick Welsh who were divided into teams but so evenly were they matched that the games re sulted in a draw The contest that aroused the greatest excitement was be tween Joe McGinn State Secretary of the Hibernian and James Ross the well known Limerick grocer Ball after ball was rolled without advantage to either and the excitement of their friends was high But Ross had a card up his sleeve When it came to the last frame McGinn bowled first and when it was seen that Ross must make a strike with his last ball the friends of McGinn were wild with excitement believing the Limerick l man not equal to the task This was 4 where they were mistaken however tor Ross after a careful poise let the ball go as if from a catapult and down went all the pins winning the game for him by one pin Then it was his friends turn to shout and some say they could be heard in Portland- Among those who were always the cen ter of a throng of friends were City Court Bailiff Billy Bosler Rick Quinn Edward Dalton John E Browne Tom Camfield State President Keenan Tom Garry Martin Cusick Dr C F Melton and the various candidates In the Kentucky Irish American popularity contest The ladles did some excellent work for their friends especially Mrs David Fahey who polled a handsome vote for John Hennessey the candidate representing Limerick Soon the Hibernians will turn their at tention to their annual field day sports which will take place in September probably on Labor day It is the general impression that this years affair will be given in the city if a suitable park can be savingInup a larger number and more costly prizes for the contestants PAINFUL ACCIDENT Mrs John H Hennessey wife of John Hennessey the well known L N railroad foreman sustained a painful ac cident while about her hodsehoiddutii- in Thursday afternoon of last week While coming out of the door she slipped and fell on the steps spraining her hip and knee and at the same time sustain ing other body bruises from the fall wlhsof ti rww I TTiTOSY IitSH MRIOANr F KENTUCKY IRISff flMERIGftNe II INII NNNINI INI IINIII noted to the Moral end Social AdvancemeBt of all Irish America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the Louisville Postoff Ice as eeead Class Matter 4ddlera all COJIl llldcaUonl to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 36 West Qrecn Street LAKELCOUNCIl j LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY JUNE 25 1904 OUR ANNIVERSAY NUMBER The Kentucky Irish American I will issse an anniversary number on July 2 It will be a publication well worthy of sending away toI friends as it will contain special articles on topics of interest to Kentuckians I and Catholics generally This edition more particularly on account of the popularity contest now going on between many estimable people will have a very large circulation throughout the i city and State It will go into nearly every Catholic family inI LouisvilleAdvertisers should not overlook this anniversary edition The Kentucky j Irish American reaches aii class of people who read with care and merchants and others should cultivate their patronage through its columns It is a better medium of advertising than through some of the daily papers to reach a particu lar class Our old advertisers should y insert larger ads in this edition and I many who have not heretofore taken advantage of these colums should do so on this occasion CATHOLIC EDUCATION The commencement season is now about concluded in the various edu cational institutions in Kentucky The graduates have made their fare 1 wells and the pupils who will graduate in future years have returned to their homes for vacation Kentucky the first of the States admitted to the Union may not be as far ad vanced in material progress as some of liesister States but she takes rte high rank in the educational line r This is particularly true of the Catholic church in Kentucky Its j educational institutions rank ambng the best in the whole country Ninetytwo years ago the Friends of Mary at the Foot of the Cross now popularly known as the Loretto Society of Sisters was founded and in the same year 1812 the Sisters of Charity of Nazareth were estab lished by John Baptist David Co adj utor Bishop of Bardsto wn These tworeligiouscommunitiesnownuinber t dred religious each and have branch academies in many States of the UnionThe Sisters of Charity of Nazareth have a delightful mother house not far from Louisville in Nelson county Their annual commence ments always attract large atten tion though some of the branch academies in other parts of the country have a larger patronage The Sisters of Nazareth have rea son to feel proud of their work in Kentucky and the same may be said of the Sisters of Loretto In all that goes to make up the finished education of a young woman the opportunities afforded by the Sisters of Nazareth and ol Loretto can not be excelled any where in the Union Catholics can point with pride to their venerable k educational institutions which have accomplished so much for Kentucky and for the Catholics of the whole country In the matter of education for boys the Kentucky Catholic Institutions j are not behind other States We have in Louisville the Xaverlan Brothers established in 1854 and at Gethsemani the college con I ducted by the Trappists where boys j can secure a good education Last but not least we have in Louisville excellent parochial schools in nearly I all of the thirtytwo congregations where boys and girls can obtain a 1 good education at small cost I Kentucky Catholics canpoiatl with pride to her Catholic college both malel and famale Some of them date back to the very founda tion of the Commonwealth The great missionary priests who came here when the Dark and Bloody Ground was a wilderness early took faciU1tiestion laid by them has been pro ductive of good There is reason to believe that the future Iis even brighter than the past for all the Catholic educational institutions In Kentucky When the academies and colleges open again iu Septem ber may they have larger patronage than ever is the wish of the Ken tucky Irish American The devo tion shown by the Sisters and the Others having charge of the schools is to be commended CHANGING THE TAX LAWS The city officials are now consid ering the important matter of chang- Ing the tax laws so as to collect ia license tax from merchants and manufacturers instead of an ad valorem tax as at present The change in the tax law was asked for by the manufacturers and mer chants in order to encourage in dustry etc JJ Of course the mer chants and manufacturers were not altogether prompted by unselfish motives in asking this change in the law but we will concede they were honest in believing that the new system might help along manufactures The ad valorem system iis the fairest method of taxation iit the assessments are equitably made and they are so made in Louisville by Assessor Murphy Under ia license system in former years mer chants and manufacturers paid little or no taxes in proportion to the amount of property they owned and the amount of business done by them If the city ofLouisville is to return to this policy the sooner the General Council kills the proposed ordinance changing from ad valorem to license the better it will be The proposed ordinance ought to be published before it is sent to the General Council and discussed by the public If it is equitable iit should be passed but not other wise There is no reason why the poor man who owns a little cottage and nothing more should be made to pay ad valorem taxes or in other words full value and allow the merchant and manufacturer with millions to escape with a small license tax It is a dangerous thing for the city to change its taxing laws any way and it will take years to get the courts to interpret them The city of Louisville should go slow In this matter Main street does not own the whole town CARDINAL SATOLLIS VISIT The Washington correspondents for want of something else to write about have sent out dispatches that the real reason Cardinal Sa tolli is now visiting the United States is to confer with President Roosevelt and Secretary of War Taft about establishing a nuncia ture in Washington City Few Catholics believe these stor ies about the Vatican being desir ous of establishing official relations at Washington with an envoy from Rome the same as in Catholic coun tries The separation of church and State in this country is too firmly established to warrant the belief that the Pope would make such a request and it is doubtful if an official representative from Rome would have as much influence as the eminent Catholic clergymen and laymen who from time to time now call the attention of the Presi dent to the rights of the church arid of Catholics Now Moretlialt- I 0i i o M s I THREE PROMISING GRADUATES OF TrXAVIRS COLLEG I I FIRMIN NIPPERT BOSCHE FRANCIS GUY AUD AMBROSE JOSEPH SCHWEERS ever since the taking over of the Phillippines with its 6000000 01 more Catholics the authorities In Washington have good reason to consult the church dignitaries but it does not follow that there should be a nunciature in Washington That Cardinal Satolli will have im portant business with the Presidcni and Secretary of War there is hardly a doubt but he will hardly ask that official diplomatic relations be permanently established between Rome and the United States The Pope and the Cardinal know the traditional policy of the United States on this subject probably as well as the Washington correspond ents It is doubtful if a nunciature would be of benefit to the church in the United States The New York Sun however has a two column article in its Sun day edition on the visit of the Car dinal in the course of which it saysRome has no hope of inducing the American Government to recog nize the temporal power of the Pope The Papal authorities feel however that a country which con tains 12000000 Catholics should not be without an official repre sentative of some kind at the Vatican Questions are constantly arising particularly since the ac quisition by the United States of Porto Rico and the Phillippines that call for the services of experienced diplomatists on both sides The hierarchy here and the Pope himself would be gratified it is be lieved if this Government would send an accredited representative to the Vatican and at the same time sanction the establishment of a nunciature at Washington After the Cardinals visit to the President doubtless some announce ment will be made of the real pur pose of his call upon the Washing ton authorities CATHOLIC FEDERATIQN There seems to be no doubt now that the American Federation of Catholic Societies will be formed on the lines originally mapped out by Bishop McFaul and Bishop Mess mer of Milwaukee At first the plan met with some opposition as all innovations do but now the wisdom of the movement has become so apparent that nearly all opposi tion has been withdrawn Under the proposed regulations the societies will be as independent for local action as they are now while there will be united action on national and general topics Pope Pius has approved a federation on similar lines in Italy The Kentucky Irish American struck the popular chord in its Tebeau article last week CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Arranging to Go ie the Big Worlds Fair Next September The Entertainment Committee of the local Catholic Knights of America met Tuesday night to hear reports regarding their excursion to the Worlds Fair for Catholic Knight day September 13 President Reichert presided and when Secretary Mann called the roll there was- a response for nearly all the branches In the Falls Cities Quite an amount of correspondence was read and all of such an encouraging character that it was at once decided to give the excursion the entire cost to be only E16 This will secure three days at the American Hotel jWlt opposite the entrance to the fair with meals included and will give many the opportnnltythey hive ben longing for to fee Utt biff exposition The Knighia ort Ldttii and World Fair mau are hand In hand I i a ngd for Catholic Knights day Iffyin+ C z u- oCs N pocwJJohn a visit to the St Louis Worlds Fair Meyer Hilpp and wife left Monday for a ten days viiit to French Lick Springs Miss Alice Veber has returned alter a pleasant visit to Mrs W E Markley at Lebanon Mrs Frank Downer of Bowling Green was here this week to visit Mrs E S Monahan Col Dick Shanley has been enjoying a season of rest and recreation at West Baden Springs Mrs Martin Broker has gone to Chi cago 111 for a two weeks visit to rela tives of that city Miss Loretta Brennan is visiting in In dianapolis the guest of Dr and Mrs William Hendricks Mr and Mrs James Shelley and fam ily left this week on a visit to Hamilton Ohio where they will be the guests of relatives Peter M OReilly the well known real estate and insurance man was among those from this city spending the week at West Baden Springs Miss Mary Gill one of the brightest little girls in New Albany was awarded two gold medals at the closing exercises of Holy Trinity parochial school Miss Mayme ONeill of 939 Dumesnil street will lleave next Friday for Bir mingham Ala to spend two months with her cousiu Miss Mayme Sullivan M J Deely of Chicago has been visiting here during the past week as the guest of his nieces Mrs Michael Bald win and Miss Maggie Deely of Eighth and Oldham street George Bitter of 1014 Campbell street is wearing a Seaming countenance these days all ondkcount of the arrival of a pretty little girl at his home Both mother and child are doing well Henry Bellf many friends will be glad to see him again at the Court House Some weeks ago he met with a painful accident andwas unable to leave the Graystreet In rmary until this week Misses Lena Harman and Katie Hoeferle two popular East End girls will leave next week for Reading Ohio where they will remain for a month as the guests of their uncle Ben Harman Mr and Mrs Edward A Mehlcr enter tained a party of friends with euchre Wednesday evening at their residence 904 East Walnut street Joe Meehan and Mrs Edward Proctor won the prizes Miss Anna Sutler a popular New Al bany girl and Edward Schwearjoban ia prosperous young farmer of Harrison county were joined fu wedlock Thursday morning at St Marys church in Lanes yule Kev Father Peckscamp performing ceremonyMiss 0Wolfe and James Asha brenner greatly esteemed young people of Floyd county were united in marriage Wednesday morning at StMarys church New Albany Rev Father Borrela per forming the ceremony and celebrating the nuptial mass Harry Binford son of Walter Binford of the Courier Journal underwent a success ful operation for appendicitis Wednesday afternoon at St Josephs Infirmary His numerous friends were pained to learn of his condition but will feel relieved to know that be is now out of danger and will soon be removed to his home Mal J Sbangbnessy of the J M Rob insonNorton Dry Goods Company one of our best known and most popular young IrishAmericans left Wednesday to spend his vacation at the Worlds Fair While in St Louis be will be the gnest ofI his brothers John and Will Shaughnessy who are doing well in the Mound City St Pauls church Lexington was the scene of a pretty Wednesday morning when Miss Nora Foley one of the prettiest girls of the Blnegrass section became the bride of Francis Horine of Staten Island N Y The church was thronged by friends of the young couple who left for the East where they will make their homeMiss Mayme Ryan of St Louis sister of Rev Father Ryan formerly of Ken rick Seminary but now of New Orleans arrived here this week to attend the iwlessRamsteia wedding Miss Ryan will remain here for several weeks the- gueet of her auit Mrs William Patterson and the Mtsee Raidy West Main street V Dr John W Calvin School Trustee from the Tenth Ward and Mrs Mary F layat MirpriMd their friends Wednesday evening by beiag united in marriage at Rev Father Sefanh tbeCT u mann performing the ceremony The newly wedded pair immediately left for St Louis and the Worlds Fair where they are now spending their honeymoon The marriage of Miss Margaret Ram stein and George Lawless was solem nized Wednesday afternoon at 4 oclock at St Charles Borromeo church the Rev Father Raffo officiating After the cere mony the wedding party assembled at the home of the brides parents where a fivecourse wedding supper was served and a reception held from 5 to 11 oclock The happy couple were the recipients of a large number of handsome and costly presents They have gone to house keeping at 2533 Rowan street where they are at home to their friends Cupid has been busy in Holy Cross parish three of its most popular girls having been hit by his darts Next Wednesday afternoon there will be a double wedding the contracting parties being Joseph Kuhn and Miss Elizabeth Armstrong and George Belieu and Loretta Armstrong The two young ladies are sisters and the grooms are well known young men of the city Immedi ately after this ceremony Miss Margaret F Kisler and George A Loster will be united in marriage Rev Father Cun ningham will be the officiating clergy man and Holy Cross church will be thronged with friends of the happy young people URSULINE SISTERS- Commencement at Academy- of Immaculate Conecptton a Great Success On the occasion of the annual com mencement of the Academy of the Im maculate Conception St Martins school hall was crowded The various parts were finely rendered There was music speechmaking and drama and all highly creditable to the Sisters and pupils An interesting feature of the exercises was an address by Rev William Gausepohl al the close of the exercises He congratulated the parents and the Ursuline ladies for their noble work in the great field of education He told the young maidens to take with them their music and culti vate it for if you dont C sharp said Father William you will B fiat Take with you cheerfulness for the stage of life the bright eye the unclouded brow The sunny smile will impart happiness and send the blood dancing through the veins for joy In conclusion Father William admonished the girls to keep a green spot in their hearts for the academy His remarks received gener ous applause ST AUGUSTINES Closing Exercises of the Sis tens of Providence School Largely Attended The closing exercises of the Sisters of Providence School connected with St Augustines church in Jeffersonville brought a large audience to Speilha Hall on Tuesday evening mostly ladies The exhibition was in every way creditable to pupils and teachers There was music recitations and declamations All of the little girls and boys took part in th choruses and the elder pupils rendered difficult selections on thepiano and violin The vocal music was of a high order The Sisters have shown great devotion t the lillle ones under their care this year and the parents are all well pleased The pupils of the senior classes rank well up with the best scholars in the school- throughout the State The Sisters are lo be congratulated and so is Father OCon nell who takes such a lively interest Iiu the school work Father OConnell is getting ready to begin the work of rebuilding St Augus tines church recently destroyed by fire The walls and foundation have been re moved The tower which was being removed slowly up to Monday evening took a tumble and a large part of it fell to the ground about 6 J oclock on that day Fortunately no one was around when the tower collapsed and no one was injured The old brick taken from the building are being cleaned and will be used on the inside of the new structure while pressed brick will be used for the outside facing It is expected to have the edifice finished this fall and the pre diction is that the new church will be one of the handsomest in Southern Indiana COMES FOR BRIDE M J OLaughlin a prominent and acceeeful young resident of Beaumont Texas arrived here this week to claim one Louisvilles fairest girls for his bride His marriage to Miss Maude Breslin of 616 West St Catherine street will be solemnized Wednesday morning at St Louis Berlrands with nuptial maw Immediately following the ceremony the happy couple will leave to visit relatives JiuOhfo and from there will proceed toI the World Fair and then return to Beaumont where they will make their future home o J P H ft + t ft It pont WalRRide Down Town to See Us OUT THIS OUT THIS COUPON IS GOOD FOR CAR FAREBOTH WAYS WHEN YOUR PURCHASE AMOUNTS TO 5100 OR MORE AT OUR STORE Bxrlo i As Co Is chock full of good things this week especially to call your attention to a line 10 suits that we have marked down to lOurstore lot consists of about GOO suits of all both 3 piece and outing suits and are one of the best values ever offered EHRICH amt CO f tf t FINE RECORD Made by Tom Scally During the Time He Has Been Labor Inspector Thomas J Scally is making a fine record in the position of State Labor Inspector to which place he was recently appointed by Gov Beckhani Although he has been in office only a few months he has inspected over 150 factories and is still at work Mr Scally is devoting his atten tion particularly to the enforcement of that section of the law which prohibits the employment of children of tender years in factories It is to be regretted that there are some parents who try to assist the factory owners in evading this wholesome law by giving false informa tion about the ages of their children in order that they may earn a pittance in the factories There are employers too who are willing to hire mere children in violation of the law The attention of the grand jury has been called to this by Inspector Scally and it would not be surprising if several indictments were returned against the violators The In spector can be relied upon to do his duty in the premises Although Tom is full of fun and of music he does not fail as a public official WATER COMPANY Must Pay City Taxes Like All Other Public In stitutions The highest court in the State has decided that the Louisville Water Company must pay city taxes because it is not directly managed by the city and is a separate corporation though all of the stock is owned by the city The Water Company has been furnishing water to all of the city institutions free of charge and its officers claim that the water bills will more than offset the amount of taxes which the city can hope to collect from it The decision of the court in this matter may lead to changes in the management of the Water Company which has been freely criticised for years whether justly or unjustly The tax bills against the Water Company were placed on the books by City Assessor Murphy sad it was held at the time that he was without authority dbutplace the bills against the company he did his duty fearlessly City At torney Stone vigorously posecuted the case ia the Court of Appeals and won the suit for the city It is said the effect of the decision will be far reaching RECENT DEATHS John and Mary Callahan 1206 Dumes nil street have the sympathy of many friends in the loss of their infant son Patrick whose funeral took place Thurs day morning The interment was in St Louis cemetery The funeral of Lawrence Allgeier whose death resulted from injuries received in a runaway took place Friday morning from St Frances of Rome church The deceased lived with his parents on the Newburg road a short distance from the city limits and was a young man held in high esteem by all who knew him Rev Father White officiated at the impressive funeral cere mony Edward Broderick twentynine years thee Ahrens Ott Company died unexpect edly Wednesday morning and the news came as a shock to his many friends hadopulmonary trouble no alarm was felt and the firm intended sending him soon to Colorado in their interest Besides his tosmourn his loss His funeral took place Friday morning from SI Cecilias church where he had worshiped until he re moved to 1724 Floyd street where he died The funeral of Patrick Winn the venerable father of Col Matt Wiun took place Sunday afternoon from the Calbed sal Father Schuhmann officiating at the solemn services Deceased was one of the old school of Irish gentlemen loyal to his church and country charitable and temperate His remains were found floating in the river Saturday and the mystery surrounding his death remains unsolved Mr Winn had considerable money on his person when last seen alive and everything points to foul play The news of hit death causedwidespread sorrow throughout this city where he has lived for many years The funeral of Col John Treanor one of Louisvilles oldest and most respected citizens occurred Monday morning from St Frances of Rome church Rev Father White celebrating the solemn mass of requiem Col Treanor was a veteran ofI the Mexican and civil wars and wasI noted for bravery and loyalty being commended by President Lincoln and moat of the great Generals For nearly sixty years he had been actively identified withii the interests of Louisville and raised a large and respectable family Father White preached a feeling funeral I sermon and spoke of the upright and honorable life of the deceased The J 519011Clothiers Hatters and H 319 TO 329 WEST FurnishersI ptoeQix J1111 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 ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts CBe THOMPSON F ORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W JiRirton Si Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed P T ARCHER Out Door and Flash Light PhotographyHome Room 44 Courier Journal Building 1 N6W YorK THE kThoPol- icy is incontesllbie from the date of issue and pays the largest profits EDW Ae CROWLEY f Speoieal AgentBoth Phones 1497 Room 404 Columbia Bldg NORTH STARRE- FRIGERATORS Solid hardwood extra well constructed with cork filling and asbestos lining ALWAYS GIVES SATISF- ACTIONGEHERSON 217 Market St near Sec- ondCOAL Now is the time to order your winter supply of coal The following prices last for May and June only PIHsburg 1st Pool 325 Pllttburg 4th Pool 300 Jelllco 300 Laurel 275 Coal is freshly mined and well screened JOS DOUCHE TYf Home Phone256 46 West BrOadWI Katie A Smithformerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reas promptlyBOTH PHONES 1677 OFFICE 652 FIFTH STREET LDBAXFUNERAL AND EMBALMERS r r CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS phone 3360 700 E Chestnut Street Both Phones 1180 Established 1863 JOHN 8 1 RATTfRMAN Successor lo Mrs Geo Ratterman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBAUIER Carriages furnished for all occasions Alljcalls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST funeral cortege was one of the longest pallbearers Batman William L Weller Jr John McCrory Sr Peter Terlin David Frantz Jacob Edinger James F Buckner Wal lace Strain John Babbitt Albert Harris A Y Johnson The active pallbearers were Thos F Hill Leonard Merrimee Casper Pfeiffer John Goodwin Louis M Jacob Martin Kirwin Thomas Commint Ferrel Curran 4 o I QNTUOKY mx0I ME RIOAN I1N I TV I I I I I 1 1 1 1 +1 1 1 I I I HIt H11 Union Ice Cream Co I Fine Vanilla Cream and Sherbet 75c per gal Strawberry Peach and Chocolate 85c per gal F Brick 4 colors 100 per gal Special prices to dealers hotels boarding bouses and all orders of five gal Ions or over We make and ship all kinds of Cream and Sherbet Capacity 100 gallons per hour Home Phone 2144 Cumb Phone Main 3- 8962Z to 633 EIGHTH ST 111 I I I I+H I HH I I I I HlII 1 +I 1 111MH11HMi II1 HHH I I I 1 I I HMHI JB TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 383 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS carr STREETShortHI I 11 I I 111 NNHHI 11 I I I I I IH HHH H I H I I 1 I IHHIC- UMBERLANDHOME PHONE 88 123 cr J BAEEETT7 FUNERAL DIRECTOR F AND EMBALMER 838 EAST CAIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business r of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street f MRS JOHN J BARRETT 1+1 I 1 Joot1 1 11 HI+II H+HIHMMIHl 1 1 1 HlI M IHIHI SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma to CHICAGOON THE ellntt Inou5rtDttttlRurn tt7- P T P In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR I E H BACON District Passenger Agent I Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager It It It It It t It It t It It t It f FINE WINES OHAMPAGNES AK K04Ba 345 West Green Streetr iI LIQUORS i CIGARS ASK EOR Otto Brewerys Cream Beer DIERSEN BROS Proprietors ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE Telephone 1137 Spring styles have arrived In Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas QUICK MEALG- AS RANGES Lead in quality style reputation and merit Universally acknowledged to be STANDARD OF EXCE- LLENCEGEHERSON 217 Market St near Second EXCURSION RATES 1 FOR Fourth of JulyOne Fare Plus 25 Cents Within 200 Miles Via BIO FOUr M6Tickets sold July 2 3 and 4 Return limit July b 1904 For full information and particulars as to rates tickets limits call on Agents Big Four Route or address the undersigned Warren J Lynch Genl Pass Ticket Agt Cia cinnatiOhioS Ajent Louisville Ky DRINK HGnruI 6- WhiSkU BOTTLED BY LAUIRIEa 487 EMt JtfftrtM MfHt 1k1 T6LBPHOi4 IIIc t o PETER M ANDRIOT 8SONS WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST GO TO Pioneer Bottling House FOR Ir STRAIGHT WHISKIES u BIG JUG AT DOOR J P IA1T913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Station ENJOYINO VACATION Harry Veeneman the well known let ter carrier and State President of the Catholic Knights of America leaves today with his father Anthony Veene man for Ludlow and Cincinnati where he will spend his ten days vacation While in Cincinnati he will attend the marriage of his brother William Veene man to Miss Gertrude Gundhelm The elder Veeneman has been visiting here- for several weeks COMBINE Cbarley Peetz who was formerly with James McGill on the Journal of Labor has bought a half interest in Edward Cranks New Era If all thellOcaUed labor papers in town would combine amd linsert a few linN of labor news each week instead of roaatbg each other it would be better for all concerned Labor papers so called in Louisville do not re sect mack credit on the labor organba lion c a ri J IRISH SPORTS IAn OlympianI Games at St Louis DurIng A 0111 Convention Week of July 17 Set Apart For Events Not Heretoforo Seen in This Country Interesting Programme Is Pre pared by St Louis Irish Societies WILL ATTRACT MUCH ATTENTION Irish athletics and Irish games will hold sway in St Louis from July 17 to July 24 inclusive During the same week the national convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will be held The weeks programme will be in charge of John J OConnor President of the Western association of the A A U and a prominent man in Irish circles The athletic sports will be inaugurated July 17 with an open handicap meet under the auspices of the St Louis Hi bernians The events to be contested will be open to the world and will be as fol lows Hundredyard dash 220yard dash 440yard run 880 yard run ope mile run running high jump running broad jump putting sixteenpound shot throwing fiftysixpound weight and two scratch events a sack race and a three legged race There will also be a tug of war contest and a 100 yard dash for boys These games will be contested on the old St Louis Fair Grounds and beauti ful prizes will be awarded the winning athletesAmong the events carded for July 17 is the running hop step and jump In former years this event was quite popular in all athletic circles but for some un known reason was dropped With the revival of the event by the Irish societies they expect to once more place the event on the championseip programme Beginning July 20 the physical cul ture department of the Worlds Fair will inaugurate its programme of Irish sport and the games will continue without in termission until July 23 No professionals will be allowed to participate in the sports and all athletes must be registered with the A A U On the first day July 20 the events will be 100 yard dash put ting fortytwo pound shot running two hops and a jump 440yard hurdle race Irish jig competition and running high jumpThe programme for the second day July 21 will consist of a 220yard dash three standing jumps throwing the fourteenpound weight halfmlle run Irish hornpipe throwing fiftysix pound weight for distance The third day July 22 will witness the onemile run running high jump put ting sixteen pound shot throwing fifty sixpound weight unlimited run and follow rising and striking the hurling ballSaturday afternoon July 23 will mark the close of the carnival at the Stadium and the games will be 120yard high hur dIes running long jump throwing six teenpound hammer unlimited run and follow throwing the javlin and throwing the fiftyeix pound weight for height After the Stadium sports close the Irish Nationalists will bring the big tournament to a close with a monster athletic meet on the old Fair Grpunds This organization will present the same events that the Hibernians have drawn upand as a special inducement for new worlds record will present to the athlete who breaks a record in any event a costly diamond medal As can be seen from the events that have been selected for the carnival the meet consists of distinctly Irish sports especially so in the weights Throwing the fortytwopound stone is practically unheardof in America and was first presented at the games of the Greater New York Irish A G last sum mer together with throwing the javlin and the fiftysiz pound weight with un limited follow Rising and striking the hurling ball is a new event to Americans- At all the Stadium games beautiful gold silver and bronze medals will be awarded the men who finish first second and third in each event At the games of the Hibernians and Nationalists gold medals Will be awarded the winners in each event and second men will be pre sented with trophies in accordance with the value of the first prize The entries for the games at the Stadium close July 2 with James E Sullivan department of physical culture St Louis Exposition The events for the Hibernian meet July 17 close July 9 with J J OConnor 2718 Thomas street and those for the Nation alists with Mr OConnor July 18 The week devoted to Irish sports is second only to that of the Olympian standpointScompete at these games including Plan nagan Jim Mitchell Harry Hillman and teams from the big Irish athletic clubs in New York City Athletes will compete in the games representing San Francisco Chicago New York Boston St Louis New Orleans and various other cities throughout the United States There is also a possibility of Albert Flaw the giant hammer thrower of the Pacific coast again meeting his rival John Plan nagan The latter is very anxious to meet Flaw in order to try and wipe out the defeat he sustained at the Stadium several weeks ago JUBILEE The Rev Feather Ohio the popular pastor of St Vincent de Pauls church Shelby street will celebrate fab sliver jubilee tomorrow week His parishioners are making=tansies preparations to fit tingly observe the important event i L a c r Spe5iol i Saleof ofe a M S eiqlri isIY 120rr Sub s aV F 750Just Star doj a- tLEVYS THIRD AND MARKET HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Now for the field day Division 1 meets Tuesday night There will be some interesting reports Hats off to the twostar bowlers at the picnic Monday evening Jiaa Ross and Con Ford There were sixtyeight names on the charter list of the division recently insti tuted at Savannah Capt Jerry Hallaban who has been engaged in railroad construction came to attend the picnic The old Knights were all glad to see him Milwaukee Hibernla ns will enjoy an outing to Waukesha next Saturday Their annual picnic will be held at Schlitz Park Saturday August 13 Arrangements have been completed by the county officers for the organization of another division in Trenton N J mak ing eight in that city San Francisco divisions will this year have a great Fourth of July celebration for which arrangements have been com pleted for several week The Picnic Committee deserve a rising vote of thanks from the four divisions for the successful manner in which they per formed their duties from start to finish Last Monday night at Utica a large number of candidates received the first and second degrees and were accepted into the order becoming members of Division 2 The picnic Monday night impressed one as being a big family gathering every one knowing each other and the best of fellowship prevailing all through the evening The meeting of Division 3 postponed from Monday night will be held next Wednesday night when there will be an initiation All Hibernians will be wel come at this meeting- At an interesting meeting of the County Board at Utica President Keenan presid lug every division in the county being represented the members pledged them selves to bring about the reelection of State Secretary Parley The board de cided to hold a union picnic on the lines of last year Last Sunday week was a great day for the Irish of Kellogg Minn A Ladies Auxiliary was organized and officers elected and the degrees were conferred on the members of the new Hibernian division State officers and others were present and in the evening dinner was served to all the members and visitors The Ohio State convention will meet at Youngstown August 9 continuing three days The Cincinnati Telegraph says this will be the greatest outpouring of Hibernians ever witnessed in Ohio and the Mahoning Valley divisions will do themselves proud in the effort to make the stay of the visitors a memorable one BATH BRIEFS Never bathe when overheated Never bathe when exhausted andfeel ing ill Do not prolong the bath beyond a rea sonable time Wait more than two hours after a meal before bathing- In cold weather one should not go out for some time after hot bath Delicate people had better not bathe until several hours after breakfast The temperature of water for a cold bath should range from 32 to 65 degree If you are chilly and n cold bath makes you shiver it iis not the but sort for you to take Dry the body quickly using a dry bath brush or a Turkish towel to stimulate circulationOpinions differ M to the relative merits of a cola or a hot bath Neither kind will do for all The individual coa rtitutlon must be resulted tr hope Johnny said the visitor that I havent disturbed your pa and ma at dlneri Np replied Johnny we was jut gointo sit down but pa seen you from the window an told pia sot to Lave dlaner till yea vrnt f 10 nLI b CONFIRMATION Bishop D 0Donaghue Visits Holy Trinity and Compli ment Its Pastor Righf Rev Bishop ODonghue of In dianapolis confirmed class of seventy five children and adults in Holy Trinity church New Albany on Sunday morn ing in the presence of a large congregation The Bishop wail assisted by the Rev John B Kelly sad Rev Father Kenney assistant rector of the church Preceding the ceremony of confirmation the Right Rev Bishop explained in his usual concise way the importance of the ceremony and the obligations resting upon those who received the sacrament Bishop ODouagbue Is a great favorite at Holy Trinity and every one in the con gregation turns out when he comes to town He is one of the most loveable clergymen in the whole country Holy Trinity congregation is in a flourishing condition and Father Kelly was compliment by the Bishop for his goodwork The Bishop and Father Kelly were school mates while studying for the priesthood IN SCOTLAND iIrish lathe Language of the Highland People as a Rule There are a great many people who are not aware that Irish Gaelic is the language of the Highlands of Scotland The Highlands were of course peopled from Ireland and they paid tribute to the Irish kings until St Columba pleaded for their freedom and had it granted The Gaelic revival movement is spreading in Scotland also The Scotch in Canada have Gaelic newspapers and have had such for a long time The Highlanders and the Irish differ in that the former use English characters whereas the latter stick to the original characters in their literature writes Seumas MacManus in the New York Sun Scotch representatives dressed in na tional costume come to our great annual Gaelic festival the Oireachtas and on the other hand delegates from our Gaelic League attend the Highland Mod Our Celtic cousins the Welsh and Bretons send representatives also to our Oireach tas Although Donald is zealous and enthusiastic about his Gaelic tongue which he believes none but good High landmen speak he was right heartily displeased with the minister that preached to him in Gaelic and in praise of the Gaelic language and who said that Gaelic was the language of Adam and Eve in the Garden People thought this should have flat tered Donalds national pride but it was far from doing so What gars me be sea vexed wi the meenlster said the angry Donald is that if Adam and Eve spoke Gaelic in t Garden the deil maun then hae been a Hieland man MILITARY BAND CONCERT The Kentucky Military Band will give another of its delightful open air concerts Wednesday night at Phoenix Hill Park This band is under the direction of Prof Eitel and if given proper encouragement might soon equal any that come to the city The programme embraces all the latest music and the concert will be well worth hearing RAILWAY CLERKS DANCE Louisville Lodge No 23 of the Order of Railway Clerks will give a select dance at Fountain Ferry Park next Thursday evening The First Regiment Band will furnish the music for the occasion The short time the Louisville lodge has been in existence has proven that it is com posed of energetic workers who deserve encouragement from the local unions and their sympathizers ENDS THE TALK In a company some gentlemen were talking about imitating the sounds of animalsThat is all rubbish said an Irish man Ive a friend and when be imitates a roosters crow WellThe rises LEMONS Two or three slices of lemon in a cup of strong tea will cure a nervous headache Lemou juice outward application will allay the irritation caused by the bites of insectsA of lemon juice in a small cup of black coffee will relieve bilious headacheA of lemon in plain water is an excellent tooth wash It not only removes tartar but sweetens the breath Lemon juice is better than any drug or complexion powder forgiving permanent clearness and beauty to the skin The juice of a lemon taken in hot water on awakening in the morning is an excellent liver corrective and for stout women is better than any autf fat medi cine ever invented HIGHEST FUNCTIONS OF WOMEN Home making and child training are the two highest functions of a woman The best training is usually done in a servantleM home for selfreliance is one of the greatest factors in a childs educa tion The woman who does her own work finds out the essential things in home making and is not led astray by that temptation to meaningless luxuries and decorations which vulgarize so many American homes today The fact is that servants are always a complication in home life and the more servants there are the more complicated it becomes Some of us demand this complication some of us can do without it But it iis ridiculous to assume that it has anything to do with the real essential ideals of home making With or without servants the ideal bonsai always possible to the capable horse wkefy and practically inn L H1 CUSCADENSHave fl Telephones 12 Horses and Wagons and 25 Push Wagons selling our famous Brick Ice CreamTHE REAL rOE OREA12 PEOPLE 416 AND 417 SECOND STREETIdl1tiII114 IHH 1 I I I I 1 1 I I I DRINK Hofbrau Pilsenerz Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN rn EwL G OOl1PANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 4B2 XOXJXfi VXXXX HTTP PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and 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Passenger Ast Louisville Ky I the majority of cases she creates a home without them He sampled of the peanuts And other things to eat That was why they called him The policeman on the beat UNNOTICED KINDNESSES You will find as you look back upon your life that the moments that stand out the moments when you have really lived are the moments when you have done things in a spirit of love As memo ory scans the past above and beyond all the transitory pleasures of life there leap forward those supreme moments when you have been enabled to do unnoticed kindneesoeto those roundabout you things too trifling to speak of but which WOUfHl have entered into your eternal j ff- 7 II n I Worlds Fair Short Line soutnern RailwayU FORTYTHREE MILES THE SHORTEST FASTEST AND BEST TO THE YYO111JZ FAILOOK AT THE SCHEDULE Leave Louisville 0 a m daily arrive St Louis 456 p m Solid through train of Pullman sleepers observation dining car and day coaches from Louisville to St Louts without change Leave Louisville 1016 p m daily ar rive St Louis 732 a m Solid through train from Louisville with 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 1004 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 1719242631 June 27 91410 212328 and 30 P E Carr City Pass and Ticket Agent 234 Fourth Ave Louisville A J Crone Depot Ticket Agent Seventh and Water Louisville C H Hungerford District Passenger Agent 231 Fourth Ave Louisville G B Allen Assistant General Passenger Agent St LouisI- DSiORTRR9 HERRMANN BROS r FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tacky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON 4 BOTTLED IN BOND TelepfeHHJ 1948 234 Sixth Street 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by Architects DIAMOND WALL PLASTER onANUPACTUJIED BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER 1COj B J CAMPBELL a SONS Proprietors MMwfMlurK DlmiWMl Wall Plaster CtmpWis CMW t Plaster LeaUvHIfl Weed Brier PaM rj cullWalnsoetlng FhiMi In My celor wd Pewdered LIa- MrawPh4Je7347 Brook and RiYer LeHlsylll Ky Q n 11- 1n CI r R OOYMVrr MrL1V VV J BACON SONS JuSti r A 1EtNi 01 OUR WashSuitSellingThis seasons demand for Wash SuIts seems to previous years at least this Is the con clusion that WE have come to because we are sellthgau enormous quantity In fact our sales have been progressive that our buyer has made a hurried trip to the Eastern markets While we re main in watt for these shipments we will sell our present stock at exceptionally low prices to give us ample room to display the large quantity that was purchased To detail these sacrifices it will be necessary for our customers toknow that these suits have recently been received and they comprise all that is new andup to date P Ladies Plain Lawn or Dimity Wash X 1I 98 Suits white with black stripes or dainty H figuressevcn gore skirt with deep hem waist made full front trimmed with lace and insertion extra good value for the above price CP T Ladies White India Linon Shirt- Waist w f 48 Suit waist trimmed with tucks + and insertion stock and cuffs hem stitched skirt made with panel front or openwork embroidery and tucks tucked seams dainty and summery look for cool dressy wear CP Shirt Waist Suit made 598Ladteswash of Irish Linen full 4 with tucks and draw n work skirt made flare trimmed with double folds and Mexican drawn work made uptodate in every detail fp O Ladies Wash Suit made of very good 7 9fS quality of Irish linen this material 4 J launders beautifully and makes a desirable summer outer garment front of shoulder trimmed with Bulgarian embroidery bands and tucks unquestionably the lowest named price 0000 SPLENDID Gathering of Hibernians Witnesses Initiation of New Members Division 2 Making the Greatest Strides in Its Entire History Social Session and Good Time For Degree Team and Visitors FOURTEEN MORE NAMES ON ROLL ThB most enthusiastic meeting in the history of Division 2 Ancient Order of Hibernians was held on Friday night of last week when fourteen new names were added to the membership roll The Kentucky Irish American of the preced ing week gave thee hInt that something would be doing and that was all that was necessary to fill every chair in Hiber nian Hall When the hour set for the meeting arrived President Con Ford John J Sullivan John Keaney and Edward Keiran were in their respective chairs They gave a hearty greeting to the visit ing State and county officers and mem bers from the three other divisions who came to witness the initiation ceremonies The Visiting Committee stated that they had no report to make none of the members being sick The other tontine business was quickly dispatched and while the candidates were being pre pared short talks were made by County President Sullivan who said that after the outing of Monday night the County Board would proceed to arrange for a field day that would be worthy the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the Irish race State President Keenan referred to the progress the divisions were making thoroughout the State which was grati fying to all the members He congratu lated the officers and members of Divis ion 2 upon the rapid strides they were making and hoped their present steady growth would long continue James Coleman former State Secretary was present and complimented Messrs Ford McKenna Kieran and others for their excellent work expressing his pleasure at seeing so many young men joining the order State Secretary McGinn the last speaker announced that be was now ready to furnish supplies to all the divisions but he found especial pleasure in being with the members of Division 2 who knew well how to sue ceed and at the same time give visitors a good time The degree team was selected from the Four divisions Patrician Pat Sullivan Bard Tom Dolan Grand Guide Joe Mc Qinn Scribe John Keaney and Sentinel Pat Begley putting up the principal work There was a murmur of surprise when the guard of honor appeared with four teen candidates the largest number received into one division in this city for some time The candidates were Messrs Patrick Broderick John Deeley Will Lucey Anthony Fllburn Jr Thomas Lynch Daniell Koran Michael McNally Martin Connors Joseph Ice J B Blan ford John Horan Maurice Carroll Mike Lyons and Charles Lenlhan all young men The degree work was Impressive and the singing of the picked choir accompanied on the piano by Denny Coleman received mUch praise President Ford in receiving the new members delivered an eloquent and feef leg charge pointing out the many benefits conferred by membership fn the Ancient Order of Hibernian lie urged them to be loyall to one another and not forget the obligation they had jiwttakea Ele then invited all to remain the guests ortlle division for aa hour or two during which there WM plenty to Ml drink and Hooke also a number of songs and sto riw When the adjournment ws had it mu the wW of ill present thatDljltoai ji0siO assesa 1 a Blue Chambray Wash Suit 2 98Ladies finish waist tuckedstrap I ped piped with white trimmed in pearl buttons tabbed stock skirt made with deep instep plaits tabbed and piped with white worth 4 ciP C Ladies White Lawn Wash Suit sheer 4 Vf 8 quality waist made with lace trimmed and hemstitched bertha plaited front and back and lace trimmed cuffs lace stock Skirt plait ed hemstitched and trimmed with fagottlng bottom fin ished with four wide tucks CT fine White Lawn Wash Suits Ti 9 98Ladies embroidered and hemstitch N plaited front and back and hemstitched and lacetrimmed collar front of skirt trim med with buttonhole embroidery and lace insertion forming panel four wide tucks at bottom CPU Jap Silk Suits waist made full I I 98Wash bertha trimmed with lace in I tplii sertlonj full sleeves with lace trim med cuffs collar trimmed with lace insertion skirt made full trimmed with fine lace insertion habit back 0000 IRISH SOCIETYD1RECTOR A O IX r DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month TynanViceDoughertyRecording nan Jr FInancial Secretary Peter J CusIck 1911 Bank street- TreasurersThomas F Walsh DIVISION 2 Meets on the Tmrd Friday Evening of Each Month PresIdentCon J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month QulnnViceRecording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial SecretaryWillIam Bums 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArma Pat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy LynchRecording Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 615 West Chestnu- tAssIstantDave Reilly Treasurer John P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaua Hall County President John Kenney County Vice President J B Murphy PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresIdentDanIel Gill Recording Secretary J G Cole Financial Secretary Thos OHern TreasurerMartin GOS- 9SeutinelAlphonso Constantine SergeantatArnw Michael Noon Y lcIX MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Eyeninga at Club House 530Twen sixth Street ShelleyFirst P Shaugh nessy HerpRecordingFinancial Secretary Dan Weber 2548 St CecilIa street- Corresponding y SecretaryFrank P BurkeTreasurerFrank MurphyMarshal Inside Sentinel Frank Lanahan Outside Sentinel John Schaefer TRINITYCOUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street CooneyFirstSecond Vice PreeidentJoseph P Ben Recording SecrryEmU E Month Corresponding SecretaryArthur C Lauer Financial Secratary Robert G Goe helTreasurerWilliam N Cast Marshal M FMorris Inside Sentinel Jacob Pfalzer Outside Sentinel M F Ziegler themselves to each secure acandidate before the end of July If they keep this up Division 2 will eooa be in the front rank HAD MUCH FUN The children of Holy Cross parish bad much fun anda pleasant afternoon Thursday at the annual picnic gives them by the Rev B A Cnnningbwa In the school yard were two large tents where were numerous games andii ae cent amusements and besides there wan an abundance of refreshments all being furnished to the little folks free of eoat Father Cunnlngfiaili was ably istfeby Col John q WJMlUa who received the v teof every ctiiW presenttfor Mays of tie perish COSTLV CATflOLIC CHURCH A handsome anti costly new M ae Catholic church will soon be built MBt- MAryeJ in Clark comity lad The grew wtiss eat ttract nfeofdandwkollyfeadeyaMeew uiuuKy wbi hii dtlyinoresagt isnuiubei p 1 0C i FATHERDONOVAN- lientueky Priest Named For Head of Josephine Order An Associated Press dispatch from Baltimore states that eighteen members IWedneqdayI of the Very Rev J E resignationII signed as Superior of the United States Father Slattery is now I IvanI mous vote of those present to succeed Father Slattery but the election must confirmed at the Vatican in Rome beII Father Donovan is well known Louisville among the priests and in the Catholic church He wasleachersII Kentucky but has never done here having joined the Josephine Order as soon as he decided to enter the priest hood He was educated in the schools of the Josephine Order in Baltimore and was graduated from the Epiphany Col lege in that city He at once began missionary work among the negroes in Virginia and other Southern States The Josephine Order is devoted to the evan- gelization of the negro Father Donovau was in Europe for some months during last year and after returning was at the head of the Epiphany placedII Baltimore He has now been I the highest position in the order He is a man of fine attainments S scholarly gentle and yet a man of great strength said Rev Father Charles P I1 Raffo when told of the selection of Father Donovan He is about forty five years of age and lias done a great I work in the order to which he has de voted almost his entire life I TO ENTERTAIN LADIES Division 4 A O H Will Have Ladles Auxiliary oS Their Guests Division 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians at its regular meeting Wednesday evening requested the Ken tucky Irish American through its columns to invite the members of the Ladies Auxiliary to be their guests at the next regular meeting of the division and President John Hennessey appointed John J Barry Joseph P McGinn Will iam J Connelly and Dave Reilly to arrange for a musical and literary pro gramme for the evening Division 4 takes this step to show their appreciation of the efforts the ladies have made in the past in assisting the Hibernians to make their affairs successful The visiting committee reported Brady on the sick list and James HarryII who was hurt in the Illinois road collision early Wednesday morning in an extremely dangerous condition Much sympathy was expressed for Mr Langan as he is one of the divisions most faithful and energetic workers It is feared that one of his legs may have to be amputated and in addition the doctors from their latest reports think that he may be injured internally- It was decided by the division that in case the County Board decided not to have a field day or picnic in the fall that Division 4 would give something in that line and President Hennessey was in structed to ascertain the County Boards wishes in the matter PINE AUTO One of the finest autos in the city is that owned by Col John Gray the well known contracting bricklayer It fs a Rambler gasoline machine with top and glass sides and whenever Mr and Mrs Gray leave their home on West Chestnut street they take with them some friends for a most delightful ride BUYS LAND William E Burke of this city has purchased twentyfear acres and William Kelly of Jeffersoavllle J05 acres of land in Clark county near Jeffenonville TheIr friends wonder whether the pur chases were nrde for speculative or fann ing purpose Tky evidently belley there iis money 1 in kd ia Clark county and they are about right U c U IIHIIInIIJuH I+HHH 1 11 HrInHI SPRING BANK H WILD CHERRY PHOSPHATEI- S THE ORIGINAL AND BEST Beware of Imitations Thats All I sts + eTUG 6Has fl Rogers BOOK GO 1 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES FOR FIRST HOLY COMMUNION li Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES fOF EVERY DESCRIPTION iS b W Jef Elison Street 88 sEstablished March 111868 PHONE 893 Incorporated BLATZ KREBS STONE Feb41891CO Proprietor of Falls City Stone and Marble Works DEALERS IN Onyx and Marble Altars And Communion Rails Mosaic and Tile of Every Kind for Interior Finish Office and Mills 13181328 Walnut Street P BANNON MJ BANNON H M WOLtniNG R B BANNON President VlcePres Genl Mgr Secretary Treasurer F it EanoQ Sewer Pipe Co o 1 Salt PipeBannons for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving prick Fire Proofing Flue Flue Lining Fire BricK Grate and oiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified SidewalK BricK OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBIEPHONBS73 WORKS lath and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and loth TELEPHONE 2833 iB i I Fl HHatlgKSf SIfI16I I IId ENIt1 MllIoollMollllmollt6ompallll1 IIITALIANII II S I Monuments Ij Artistic Work Only Solicits Workshops and Studios Cmra Italy I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET DDnuIHDBD 1 l Oran Wi Smiths Son 1 AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Noti- ceSTREET700 WEST WALNUT TELEPHONE 810 FRflNK FEflR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUJSVILLE KY STATIONeRS paBfsdleyGiW Co PRMT gSBIaoP Boau Pjor Box Manufa trnrs DHllbnO JHMM f the HMMIMU twtmltor l f KtMwk- rTf tK r tHM RMtMttcIHNj MHM- niBOOKStLLERS fl jjGir Third ilriiRSfrd LOUISYiLLE firV T 1 J jvv r SQNTUCKY ZRX8H A1JERIOAN s- J i FALLS CITY i MAT MARK 111 Formerly the Louisville Packing Companys Retail Markett U F SULLIVAN ManagerK Louisville Packing Companys Meats Only You can always find the best the market affords in Choice Cuts of Beef m Spring Lamb Pork Cured Meats and Dressed Poultry of all kinds Also mthe Best and Purest Lard in the city We also carry Early Fruits and ifVegetables in fact everything that a firstclass market should hare i 352 SECOND STREET e W H McKNIGHT President A R COOPER Sec Treas Genl M- grGALTHOUSE1 EUROPEAN PLAN THE BuildingIseorporaled Accessible by Electric Cars to All Parts of the City H LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY H i111iI Ii1t111IliItIi11IIII I I I I ziI I H1il H H H 1 1 I 11 11 1 1 1 1 1 l C J DESSE SON DEALERS IN SELECTED Staple and Fancy GroceriesFE- ED LIME AND CEMENT Sole agents for the celebrated John F Millers Wheeling Stogies Goods delivered promptly and free of charge to any part of the city XXoxxxe Phona 1OC51 N W COR CLAY AND WASHINGTON STS HM H I 1 1 +1 +tu1H+ll 1 111 1111HM IHHI1I M i1 1HM1HHI1 1 1 linilPlinilOliniiniinilllinilllllllllllPiniiniiniiniiiiiii innniiiiiiniiniin Edward J DaltonJ CORNIA 1 SALOON I Only the Best Wines Liquors and Cigars Handled WARM LUNCH DAILY a N W CORNER FLOYD AND MAIN mmnmmnrrmmmnmmmn mmnnmmmmnmnrnmmnmmnm A l r oaia ti ao5 ewaa- of 5 5QUAttES END FOR 5AMPLE LOUISVILLE PAPER CO LOUISVILLE KY HENRYAJPULS 11A4m CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel AaL WORK GUARANTEED Phone 2365 528 FIFTH STREET H H H + +tt + H H t U t t t t t HH FIX c WIXU 0A1Pl3I- Tn8LJ3 AliKO45 West Green treatrLIQUORI OISilUi- t II H + HnttU D a 0 n UPRIGHT JUDGE John BIcCann Presides in the Police Court With Eminent Satisfaction A Worthy Example For Young Men of the Present Day Has Held Office For Thirty Three Years With Honor and Credit IRISHMEN ARE PROUD OF HIM No man has ever filled the position of Judge of the Louisville Police Court with greater acceptability to the bar and to n the general public than John McCann who is now filling that position To be a successful Judge of the Police Court requires rare common sense tact and ia thorough knowledge of the law Judge McCann possesses all of these qualities in a very high degree and the result iis that he gives all around satisfaction and at the same time administers the law In- auclta way as to be a terror to evildoers On June 6 on the occasion of the thirty third anniversary of Judge McCanns entry into political life hewas presented with beautiful testimonials both verbal and floral in the Police Court Judge Nicholas Vaughau Hewitt Nail and other members of the bar paid tribute to his worth as a Judge in open court Joe Kast an old friend presented him with an elegant floral design John McCann was born in Louisville and when a young man worked at the molders trade On June 6 1871 he was induced by his associates to make the race for Constable and was triumphantly elected After serving one term in this position he was elected Magistrate and for twentysix years held this honored position While serving as Magistrate he was elected State Senator andserved for six years In all of these positions Judge McCann acquitted himself with credit to himself and his constituents In the Senate he was incorruptible and aided in passing many wholesome statutes now in force As a Magistrate his decisions always stood the test of the higher courts When called upon to make the race for Judge of the Police Court Judge McCann made the contest against great odds and was elected by a large majority He has filled the position with great credit Judge McCann is one of the people On the bench he is dignified end often severe but he knows the class of people brought before him and his judgments are always tempered with mercy The Judge is happily married and when off- the bench his greatest delight is to be at home surrounded by his family The Kentucky Irish American delights in calling attention to such men as Judge John McCann men who started Is life se poor working boys but who by sheer perseverance bon sty and integrity have won their way to the top Boca of good old Irish parents such me see nuumoua in our midst tonUy who tkfok wore of reputation than the dollar Jade Mx 0 Cann is a man after whom our youth might wisely pattern Not only his Irish American friends and old thne associates but the general public feels proud of him who started in the foundry but today does honor to his race and city as Judge of the Police Court In bis rulings he is impartial and just and therefore can hold his honored office as long as he desires ROBINSON CRUSOE Paris Correspondent Says the Original Was an Irishman Was Robinson Crusoe an Irishman A Paris correspondent of a Pittsburg paper says there is a place not far from the French capital where respect is paid to the memory of Robinson Crusoe When Daniel Defoe wrote the delightful book which has fascinated generations of the worlds population it is extremely doubt ful that he ever intended to make ia Frenchman of his legendary hero It will probably come as news to his admirers to learn that Robinson Crusoe after his res cue from the desert isle returned to a vii lage called Sceaux about seven miles from Paris and became an innkeeper Local tradition has it that Robinson Crnsoe brought with him and planted or rather replanted in his garden the original tree in which he slept on the night of his shipwreck on the island Indeed the inhabitants still point out with pride the tree and the house in which Crusoe lived There is however some confu sion as to the exact spot owing to three innkeepers in the village claiming to pos sees the original trees There are also spurious trees called Robinson Crusoe trees which have been set up by other keepers in the place with a view of attracting customers Indeed Sceaux Robinson as the village has come to be called is full of innkeepers for it has become a favorite resort for Paris stu dents and for Parisians generally who live on the south side of the Seine river It appears that toward the end of the eighteenth century probably about the period of the French Revolution an Eng ishman whose name was Robinson settled at Sceaux and in some extraordinary manner the report got about that Robin son had traveled much and had met with many remarkable adventures It was ru mored that Robinson had even taken part In the war of independence on the side of the colonists and that he would be hanged if he went back to England This was enough to make him an object- of sympathy to the people in the neighborhood and so many folks came to listen to his stories of adventure that Robinson soon engaged in business as an inkeeper He married and had numerous progeny Judging from the appearance- off some jof his descendants and the flow of ready wit which they possess it is not unreasonable to suppose that the original lobiuson must have been an Irishman with the gift of oratory peculiar to his race YOUNG WIVES SHOULD KNOWS Necessities should be selected before decorative articles of furniture- It is always decidedly cheaper in the end to buy only good carpets and furni tore No matter how good the income a small sum should be put aside regularly- for the proverbial rainy day A simple dinner well served is decide edly more enjoyable than an elaborate dinner poorly served- A practical knowledge of economy of I good cookery will be absolutely necessary for the young housewife no matter how much help she can afford to keepAll bills for marketing should be paid weekly or better still when the articles boughtWith and economy a small amount of money will do wonders- It is important to be systematic in looking after the leftovers All cold vegetables and scraps of meat may be used in soups and salads and roquettes JLnd many appetizing ways too numerous to mention ONES CLOTHES AND ONES WORK Wherever a marked personal care is exhibited for the cleanliness of the person and for neatness in dress there is also almost always found extra carefulness as regards the finish of work done Workpeople whose personal habits are slovenly produce slovenly work Those who are careful of their own appearance are equally careful of the look of the work they turn out And probably what is true of the workroom is equally true of the region behind the counter Is it not the fact that the smart saleswoman Ii usually particular about her dress is averse to wearing dingy collars frayed cuffs and faded ties The truth of the matter seems to be that extra care as reo ards personal habits and general appearance isas a rule indicative of a certain alertness of mind which shows itself atagonlsticjo slovenliness of all kinds mist ROAST EACH OTHER The Archbishop of Glasgow in his address at the Counaught reunion in the City Hall in warning Irishmen against the danger of disunion told a story of Dr Johnston which evoked much laughter oswell once asked the doctor How is it- you always speak ill of Scotland and never off Ireland Johnston reptfedliThe an ewer is this You Scotchmen are Jjoined in a conspiracy to make little of everyone else and to make much of yourselves The Irish on the other hand are an impartial people I never heard an Irishman say a good thing of another The deep abiding faith of some of the- old Irish fathers and mothers la pathetic sari the sacrifices they are willing to- wake ought to put some of the laterday productions to bltwb An old man named Peely died recently in California He had reached bU ninetyfirst year and- last Christmas being unable to obtain transportation walked twenty Lye miles to go to communion Is there a vigorous JODIman m UWI citY who would do that n i 1 I THE Louisville Home Telephone Co PIONEERS OF CHEAPER AND BETTER TELEPHONE SERVICE Rates Reasonable and Uniform Prompt Service No Party Lines in the City Now is the Time to Subscribe s Extensive Long Distance Connections t TRY US AND YOU WILL BE CONVINCED DESERVED HONOR Bestowed Upon Emmet P Slat tory by the Democratic Party Assistant Presidential Elector For the Fifth Congressional District Is Prominently Identified With Various Catholic Frater nal Societies IS A VERY BRIGHT YOUNG LAWYER At the recent meeting of the Democratic State convention in Aouisville one of the best known and besT liked Catho lic young men was honored in being named for Assistant Presidential Elector in the Fifth Congressional district Emmet P Slattery is a rising young law yer He is a son of John J Slattery President of the Todd Donigan Company He was born in Louisville December 5 1870 and attended the Presentation Academy when old enough to go to school He afterward attended the ward school and the Male High School After going through these schools he went to the University of Virginia at Charlotts ville in 1889 and upon his return home took a course in the taw department of the University of Louisville where he graduated in April 1898 He entered the law office of the Hon Augustus E Willson after his graduation and prac ticed law with this able lawyer for two yearsMr Slattery at an early age showed a disposition to take an active part in poll tics but not so much so as to interfere with his business He is looked upon as a leader in his district He is a member of the Sixth Ward Central Democratic Clnb and of the Young Mens Democratic Club He was Secretary of the Demo cratic Speakers Bureau for the Fifth Congressional district during the campaigns of 1901 1902 and 1903 and made speeches for the Democratic nominees during the last four campaigns- Mr Slattery is a practical Catholic He is on the committee to assist the organization of the Jefferson County Catholic Federation He is a member of Trinity Council Y M I and District Deputy Grand President of the Young Mens Institute of the Kentucky jurisdic tion He is also a leading member of Louisville Council Knights of Columbus Mr Slattery ja a young man of engaging manners and all who know him hold him in the highest esteem He is rapidly building up a lucrative law practice- In selecting him for the position of Assistant Presidential Elector in this dis tri tthe Democratic leaders made no mistake The position is purely one of honor but Mr Slattery will perform the duties with credit He will make speeches during the coming campaign on assignment from the Democratic State Central Committee As a campaigner he ranks high and his speeches are always effective and Interesting THIS EXCUSE WENT Sevenyearold Johnny Smith absent from school during the previous fortnight approached his teacher on Mon day morning with a radiant smile on hls sturdy countenance and handed hw a note frost Papa Smith which read- TeacherPlease exetue my 8011be MBoeM wa have a new baby kereIll MrUIitr MetlMt it will not occur any nacre n H IJ LmSTRASSELJ Cumberland Phone 2138 IIHome Phone 2138 = 503 and 505 Ii ITHIRDSTREETa m xouisvaLn KYIC 35wwwwww HOME PHONE 3189 CjJMB PHONE 34S4A JAMES GREENEF- URNITURE CARPETS I STOVES AND RANGES f Bacons Old Stand 425 429 E MARKET ST s s e s s s 4 mmnimnimimnI twninnnmminmmm immnnwiniK VITOOS= DEALER IN Groceries Meats and Vegetables = Fine Wines Liquors f Cigars and Tobacco 1 = XXcxxxo Pnona OOOO = fN W Cor Nineteenth and Bank StS3 aumiiiiiiimimi tmiummiummimuii immmtuiuii HIMIMM + I I 1 1 I 1 IooI 1 1 I I l 1 H A KRAFTWholesale and Retail Dealer in Fresh Beef Veal Mutton Dried Tongue Corn Dried and Spiced Beef BOTH PRONGS 794 Stall No II Kentucky Market Fifth and Green Streets H MM4 1 HH1 I 11IMHM1 1 +1M11MIil I HIIIIIIIIIHHHH HMI I ll- n I 1 +1101 1 Jo11 +HHN I 111HH Jut I I lul IIIIIM1 IooI Hltl LARGEST AND BEST LUNCH IN THE CITY HOME PHONE 5733 Strucks CafeWORKMENS LUNCH FROM 11 TO 1 u Northwest Corner Second and Green Streets 1 1 III H JotJ nJu 1 H 1 11 1011 t I lIHHHMHHHI I I iMMr1 I111 OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGE Louis Wabnitz Co Proprietors TWO LOUIS 339 FIFTH STVu 1 a D