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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f- ImMilt 1NTUC AltIERJCANH i i KENTUCKY IIII 1I1iIIIININtillI flMERlGflN e A Berated to the Morel sad Social Advancement ot all Irish Amrloaue KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered at tbe LonUvllle Postof Jlcc a SecoodClnss Matter ddlUlllI COlJll Blcatlons t tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street UNION TRADES tCOUNCILt LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 2 1904 CATHOLIC JOURNALISM The Catholic journals published in the United States do not receive that support which is due them It is the almost universal experienc of Catholic publishers that for the amount of hard work they do fin building up and conducting their newspapers they get very meager returns We know that it has beet uphill work to get the Kentucky Irish American on its feet and had it not been for our many good friends and loyal supporters we would have fatted long ago like other Catholic papers heretofore Louisvillepublished In every Catholic diocese in this country the Right Reverend Bishop urge the faithful to subscribe for at least one Catholic journal Certainly there are few so poor that they can not pay at the rate of less than ten cents a month for a paper which publishes Catholic news Here iin the diocese of Louisville we have two Catholic newspapers printed fin the English language The Record published by the Right Reveres Bishop as his official organ and ably edited by the Very Rev Louis G Deppen and the Kentucky Irish American The Record does no try to enter the same field as this journal and the interests of the papers do not conflict It seems to us that the members of all the Eng iifish speaking congregations in the city can afford to take both papers the Record to get the official news and the Kentucky Irish American rto get the general Catholic news of the congregations the Catholic social news and other matters of interestIf publishers had the time to- go around among the various mem tihers of the congregations to solid N subscribers we are confident tha everyone would be on our list but this being out of the question we have to depend on our friends to send in their names It will be the aim of the publishers to improve the paper from week to week as our means permit and on this the beginning of our seventh year we urge our old subscribers to renew their subscriptions and to get otherc to patronize the paper The Kentucky Irish American iis a Catholic paper it is a nonpartisan paper and it is the friend of organ ized labor It gives all the news of the Catholic societies and devote pron motion of all that is beneficial tc the Catholics in the community whether they be IrishAmericans GermanAmericans or native Americans THE TAXING LAWS The editorial in the Kentucky Irish American last week calling attention to the proposed change in the taxing laws whereby merchants nufacturers will be allowed to pay a license instead of ad valo rem taxes attracted a good deal of attention and favorable comment Several of the Councilmen and Al dermen who read the article say they will do a good deal of investi gating and thinking before they will consent to any change It is not obligatory upon the General Council to pass the ordinance changing the present system A great deal of opposition is being devel oped against the proposed measure IiVbeing the evident purpose of the o ordinance to place all the taxes upon real estate owners There ought to be no hurry about passing the ordinance As we ob served last week it ought not to be voted on at all until its provisions are published and given the wideat diacusfciou It is conceded by taw 4j yers who have given the subject some consideration that the chant in the taxing system will lead I to litigation and that possibly the city will be unable to collect undo the proposed ordinance until the Court of Appeals construes tbe law This being the case the General Council ought to go slow Itisii conceded by the merchants and manufacturers themselves that the valuations placed upon manufactur ing and mercantile property by the City Assessor under the present system are fair and equitable Thi being so the necessity for a change is not apparent unless the manufacturers and business men want tc escape the payment of all city taxes and place the burden upon real estateTHE PRESIDENTIAL CONTEST The Democratic party will holt its National Convention for the nomination of a candidate for Presiden iu St Louis next week From present indications the convention will be the most interesting one held by the party for many year past On the platform and the nominee will depend the future sue cess of the party It is conceded by nearly all think ing men without regard to party affiliation that the ticket nomi nated by the Republicans at Chi cago has many elements of strength To begin with it has money and organization and is in power in Ia large majority of the States Roosevelt it is true is not popular with the leaders in his own party but be has what is bettera strong following among the people and it will be a difficult task to defeat him even should his own party friends betray him as is intimated in many quarters they will do The Democratic party has a fight ing chance if it puts a good plat form and a conservative man before the people It is principle not men that ought to control in a Presiden tial contest after all One thing iif certain the Republicans will not have a walkover as some of them affect to believe One little mis take on the part of the party in power may change the result in sa day as it did when the phrase Rum Romanism and Rebellion defeated Blaine After the issues are made up iu St Louis next week the campaign promises to be a lively one BONDS FOR SEWERS The General Council has passed the ordinance for a bond issue of 3500000 for new sewers and street reconstruction This is a nonpartisan measure and when the question comes up at the polls in November Democrats and Repub licans alike should vote for it The necessity for more sewers is so apparent that it Is hardlv necessary to argue the question In order to carry the bond issue must receive a twothirds majority Every voter should cast his ballot in favor of the proposition It is impossible to have a clean and healthful city without sewers The cities of Mem phis and New Orleans recently Issued over 25000000 of bonds to build sewers and both cities have prospered since they were built Where there are so many excel lent Catholic educational institutions as in the diocese of Louisville it is not strange that now and then some of them are overlooked but it appears strange totthe friends of pld St Marys that no mention was made of that college in our ed tionoflast week Besides being the oldest St Marys k the one classical mathematical aod commerciiilt Catholic college of n J this State chartered by the Legisla ture and having power to confe degrees in the various branches of college education Rev Father Fennessy and the faculty are to well known to be affected by the omission which was wholly unit eutional LIGHT Of DUNKER HILL One evening as I sat at rest And dozed off in a dream I thought I stood near Bunker Hill And beard an eagle scream Then looking upwardlor tbe cause A vision met my sight Twas Warrens soul going to its God Wrapped in a cloud of light And as that light ascended r saw by its power of ray Twas forcing back the clouds of darkness Which were trying to block its way Once more I heard the eagle scream Then rushing to the fight With outstretched wings beat back the clonds That man might see its light The fight was fierce the eagle won And left that light to shine Upon one flag from Behring Strait Clear around the Cuban isle From Europes cliffs they saw its beams While Asia caught its ray From the flag and light of Bunker Hill That shone oer Manilla bay PAT FINEGAN I S0GIE1V 1 Miss Catherine Mattingly has been vis sting friends at Lebanon Miss Meta Riley will leave tomorrow to spend several weeks in St Louis Miss Elizabeth Tarpey has gone to Bloomfield Ills to spend the Fourth with relativesMrs William Dawson has returned from a short visit to Miss Mary Russell at Lagrange Miss Margaret Short and Miss Artie Cook have returned from a pleasant visit with friends at EUzabethtowu Miss Lillian Doyle has been spending a very pleasant week with Miss Emily Adams at Pleasure Ridge Park rMisses Edith Gilligan and Sadie Pfaff of Portland spent Sunday in Madison the guests of Mrs Nora Lightner Judge and Mrs Upton Muir and chil dren left yesterday for Cape May where they will spend the rest of the summer Miss Mary McCandless left last week for EHzabethtown to spend the summer with her grandmother Miss Mary Bowling Thomas Burkholder a former Louis- vine boy will arrive here in the morning on a visit to his parents at 21 17 Rowan streetMiss Elizabeth Smith was the recipient of much social attention last week in Covington where she visited Miss Anna Rothier Burch Hagan and bride who was Miss Mathilda Miller have returned from French Lick where they spent their honeymoon Mrs Matt ODoherty and her niece Miss Katherine Ewing will spend ten days at the Worlds Fair after which Miss Ewing will return to her home in the country Harry Bryan and wife and children who visited Mrs Mary Byrne 2631 Bank street have returned to their home at Princeton Ind Miss Fannie Coleman who came here last week to attend the house party given by Miss Louise Graham has returned to her home at Paducah Miss Mary Pagan of Newport who was the guest of Miss Lila Cain in Jeffer sonville has returned to her home ac companied by Miss Cain James Langan the well known railroad fireman who was hurt in a collision last week is improving and is not as seriously hurt as was first reported Miss Louise Shelley entertained a party of girl friends at Fountain Ferry Mon day afternoon in honor of Miss Mary Swigert Hendrick of Frankfort Miss Stella Carter left Monday for an extended visit to relatives at Bowling Green She will be the guest of honor at a number of social gatherings Miss Anna Higgins has returned to her home at Bedford Ind after a short but pleasant visit with Mrs John Mahoney 810 Culbertson avenue New Albany The Amigo Club entertained with a- hay ride last Saturday evening member- sf the club and their friends participating Supper was served after their return Edward Monohan has returned from Washington where he is a student at the Georgetown University and will spend the summer vacation with his parents Thomas Brennan Jr arrived from Minneapolis this week to visit his father Thomas Brennan and his brother Col Harry Brennan of the Board of Safety He will be here another week Miss Mayme Ryan one of St Louis charming and popular glrlsIU here on a visit as the guest of Misses Eva and Ida Raidy of West Main street Mine RanI- s a sister of Rev Father Ryan of New Orleans The marriage of Miss Eetella Ryan ud Etneniwl Kirk was quietly solaaia JTuesday waning at the rectory of he tIBleaoIaareh Rev Father iutir performing the seresasony The 1 attendants were Mrs Mamie Cunningham sister of the bride and George Ircdale After the ceremony there was II reception for the young couple at 616 West Kentucky street where they tarc now at home to their friends Neal Ehringcr and Miss Margaret Per rette well known young people of Jeff sonville were united in the bonds of holy wedlock last Monday Rev Father OConnell of St Augustines perform- Ing the ceremony Deputy Sheriff Mike Well and will en tertalned Copt Edward Clegg and anum ber of friends at dinner last Sunday iat their home in Jeffersonville The dinner was given in honor of Master Edward Wall who that morning received his first holy communion at St Augustine church Thefmarriage of Miss Stella Quick and Thomas Rilchey took place Wednesday afternoon at Holy Name rectory Rev Father OConnor officiating Miss Essie Quick and Charles Ritchey were the tat- tendants Quite a number of friends of the young couple witnessed the happy ceremony Quite a large crowd of friends wltnnsed the marriage of Miss Lily Fitzgerald and William J Muldoon Wednesday morn lug at St Louis Bertrand church Both of the contracting parties art quite pope lar and have the best wishes of their many friends for a happy and rrosperon married life The marriage of Miss Maude Brcslii and Michael J OLmigblin which was previously announced in these columns took place Wednesday morning at St Louis Bertrands church with a nuptial mass said by Rev Father Twofaig who also performed the marriage ceremony A wedding breakfast was served at the residence of the brides aunt Mrs Eliza Jamison of 615 West St Catherine after which the happy couple left for Beaumont Texas where Mr OLaughlin iis in the oil business Mrs OLaughin will be sadly missed here especially in the Dominican parish where she was a general favorite A very pretty wedding ceremony was performed by the Rev Father Ackermai at St Philip Neria church Tuesda morning the contracting parties being Eugene Sullivan driver of the No 15 Engine Company and Miss Margaret Maloney daughter of Mrs Maggie Ma- loney 2075 Preston street The bride iis a very popular young woman and the groom is none the less so When the ceremony was over a wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride mother The attendants were Edward Dalton and James Laven The couple left on a ten days honeymoon trip dui ing which they will visit the Worlds Fair Upon their return they will go to house keeping on Merritt avenue above Preston street RED MENS POWWOW Will Celebrate the Fourth at Phoenix Hill Park In Lively Way The Red Men of Louisville will hold a big powwow at Phoenix Hill Park on Monday July 4 A percentage of the net receipts will be given to tbe orphans fund The Red Men are very strong iIn Louisville and their entertainments are always full of fun Of course they will immense crowd at this Fourth of July celebration Tonight they will have a monster parade including bands of music and two drum corps twenty car rlages fifteen floats Kentucky Cowboy and Indians and the old stage coach The parade will form on Thirteenth stree and proceed up Market to Jackson out to Jefferson and down to Thirteenth The success of this demonstration will be due in a great measure to the efforts of Dan H Russell and Lee Zweldorf- DACHERPIAZZA One of the most notable weddings of the season will take place Tuesday morn ing July 12 when Frank Dacher will lead to the altar Miss Catherine Piazza This marriage will take place at 6 oclock in the morning with nuptial high mass Rev Father Thome performing the cere mony The wedding breakfast and reception will follow at the home of the brides parents after which the happy pair will leave for St Louis and the Worlds Fair They will be gone twc weeks and upon their return will be at home to their friends at 1734 Logan street The attendants will be Messrs Joseph Dacher and Will Parsons Frank Dacher is the son of Mrs Theresa Dacher of Clay and Madison streets and is servo ing his second term as Deputy Circuit Clerk Besides enjoying the confidence of all about the Court House he is one of the best known young men in the city and is held in high esteem iu both law and business circles The brideelect is a young woman of charming disposition and has always been a favorite among her wide circle of admirers She is the daughter of Julius Fiazz the contractor 1514 Logan street The Kentucky Irish American tenders its hearty congratula Ions OFFICIAL VISIT Grand President James B Kelly Grand Secretary Lautz Grand Director Joe Piazza and several other gentlemen promo nent In Young Mens Institute circles will pay an official visit to Lambert Young Council at Frankfort tomorrow There will be a special meeting and reo ceptioH for them BABY DEAD The sympathy of a host of relatives and friends grow out to Joseph Hennessy tad wife 1613 Hight street who buried their baby son last Sunday morning ta St Loate cemetery The little fellow was ill bat a short time andeverythiflg poser ble was dose to prolong hk life but withlMlt avail Crc1 a r 31l JOCKEY CLUB PARK July 3 to July 1- 6WEBERAND HIS BAND Grand Fireworks on July 4th C B THOMPSON ELORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson St Bath Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaran- teedQUICK MEALG- AS RANGES Lead in quality style reputation and merit Universally acknowledged to be STANDARD OF EXCE- LLENCEGEHERSON 217 Market St near Second COALNow is the time to order your winter supply of coalthe following prices las for May and June only Pltlsburg 1st Pool 325 Plttsburg 4th Pool 300 Jelllco 300 Laurel 275 Coal is freshly mined and well screened JOS DOUGHERTY Home Phone 256 1416 West Broadwa 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 EMBALMER s r CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS phone 336o 700 E Chestnut Street Roth Phones 1180 Established 1863 JOHN RATTfRMAN Successor to Mrs Geo Ratterman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions Allcalls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST YELLOWSTONE PARK TOUR Every Expense Included la Ticket Person ally Conducted Party The only exclusive Yellowstone Park excursion from this section in 1004 will be run by the Monon Chicago Northwestern and Northern Pacific railways leaving Cincinnati Louisville and In dianapolis on Wednesday August 3 The train will be called The Yellow stone Park Special and will be composed of Pullman palace sleepers dining and baggage cars It will run to Yellowstone Park and return without change al though stops for sightseeing will be made at several places All expenses will be included in the ticket and everything furnished will be firstclass An Illus trated folder telling all about the tour can be had by calling on or addressing Bl H Bacon District Passenger Agent Monon route Fourth and Market streets Louisville We ask our readers to patronize those who advertise In thesecoluaaM r L r kEASONS lare the three hundred and eighteen loaves 0 bread I obtainable from a barrel of J ObeliSk Flour and each loaf Is a sensible nourishing healthfulreason why you should use Obelisk flour exclusively Whether used for crisp delicious pasr cake or wholesome daily bread there is II no flour so universally satisfactory Each package is Full Weight Plainly Marked Honest Quality Ballard Ballard Co LOUISVILLE KY P S You get every ounce you pay lor Dont WalkRide Townto See Us CUT THIS OUT COUPON IS GOOD FOR CAR FARE BOTH WHEN YOUR PURCHASE AMOUNTS TO IITHIS OR MORE AT OUR STORE El rlotx As Co store is chock full of good things this week wish especially to call your attention to a line ular 10 suits that we have marked down to lOur This lot consists of about 600 suits of all and sizes both 3 piece and oating suits and are one of the best values ever offeredI I EHRICH CO + + t t t t FllwaysReliable 10 Suits Cut T- o590H IClothiers Hatters and 319 TO 310 WEST FurnishersIt+ + + H tt t t t H + + t H H t M 4MUMMMHMt t MMt t MM HALF PRICE SALETue- sday July 5th we will begin another HalfPrice Sale Dont miss it One Dollar will do the work of two Just three of the hundreds of bargains Yard Wide Unbleached Cotton 21 Hope Bleached 1Cotton s Lonsdale Bleached Cotton 7- GATNOFS 4 11 r EIGHTH AND MARKET + t t t t t t t tt tt ++ P K OREILLY C J MHDDIS OREILLY MEONS REAL ESTATE AND FIRE INSURANCE1 AGENTS FOR TODD and KENYON BUILDINGSs A LOANS AND MORTGAGES HOME PHONE406- COMB MAIN 727 226 FIFTH STREET GREAT REMOVAL SALE Wall Paper Window Shades Lace Curtains Carpets Oil Cloths and Linoleums Are now being sold at exceedingly low prices preparatory to removal to Falls City Hall Building This is a rare chance to secure bargains as entire stock will be sold out JOSEPH HUBBUCH9 SR11061108 WEST MARKET STREET JoUY EVERETTPrac- tical Tinner and Sheet Iron Worker r Special Attention to Job Work of All Kinds OFFICE HOURS 12 TO 1 AND 6 TO 6 Some Phone 5340N W MARKET ST n I y f p n- Ci rr m- j r SI QNTUOIi Xm a RIO GRAND POW= WOW GIVEN BY THE RED MEN AT PHOENIX HILL PARK MONDAY JULY 40 Proceeds to be distributed among the various orphan asylums IllYIIION 23 CENTS HIMHI HI HIH IJII+HJool HHIi IF4It1hFIIrI11H +H1 Union Ice Cream CoF- ine Vanilla Cream and Sherbet 75c per gal Strawberry Peach and Chocolate 85c per gal Brick 4 colors 1o0 per gal prices to dealers hotels boarding houses and all orders of five gal Ionsor over We make and ship all kinds of Cream and Sherbet Capacity 100 gallons per hour Home Phone 2144 Cumb Phone Main 389 ess to ess EIGHTH STo1 + HMMMIII I I MHIMI II II I HMI IIhlCHARLES BOESWALD DIALERIN Groceries 1 Meals vegetables Butter Eggs and Poultry Horne Phone 3266 S E COR SIXTEENTH and WALNUT t + + t t t + t t t t t t t+ Established March 11 1868 PHONE 893 Incorporated BLATZ KREBS STONE Feb41891CO J Proprietor of Falls City Stone and Marble Works DEALERS IN Qnyx and Marble Altars And Communion Rails Mosaic and Tile of Every Kind for Interior Finish Office and Mills 13181328 Walnut Street N WKBBRDealer In Fine Groceries and Vegetablesr HOME PHONE 2250 S E CORNER TWENTYSIXTH and ST CECILIA STS AA 3 3 s44 3xSxj JI 1 I I I 11 1 Jot 1 1 1 1 1 l Ju10 Jut M1MHHK HENRY HUNOLD DSATER IN CHOICE GROCERIES and PROVISIONS FIRST CLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION OLD WHISKIES A SPECIALTY Home Phone 4330 540 WEST WALNUT STREET smioRERs iTheBradleyGMCo e INCCBFORIA1IIT 1as Booto Pair Box Manufacturers B I1M n ER1I000n t+ of th Himmonu lyytwrlttr for Ktntucky Tjpewrlt tepntlet Ribbons etc for chlni BOOK SCorrThird M Green StsI l0UlSrltlEIKYe McHUGHSRailroad Exchan8 COR Hth and MAPLE STREETS U Drink EppingsMineral N MineralWater PHONE 428 t i ploeQix I illpar Open for the Season NOVTIS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimprovedwith sew equipments throughout Par tiMor societies s roaM oowlt the mars cloeirge u U People and Doings I TRACY I John E Tracy of the undertaking firm of Tracy Straub Is working up a large business for the firm He is a popular i growingIinI REGAN Patrick Regan who manages the Citi zens Ice Company is destined to be the ice king of Louisville before many years Some of his friends and admirers now call him Father Regan He is out early and late and his ice is in great demand MULDOON Col M Muldoon has gone to St Louis to attend the National Democratic con vention and to visit the Worlds Pair for ten days Col Muldoon has never at tended a national convention but be has been at many fairs in this country and abroad KEENAN Tom Keenan the undertaker is a very busy man but never too busy to attend the meetings of the Catholic societies to which he belongs He is always ready to help out a good cause Mr Keenan has been very prosperous in business and his success is deserved HERRMANN Mr P Joseph Herrmann President of the Sinking Pund will go to St Louis with the Kentucky delegation on Mon day night on a special train Mr Herr mann is one of the most popular politi clans in Louisville His friends want to run him for Mayor but it is not likely he will consent- McATEER Col John McAteer Is seriously think ing of making a trip to Ireland this summer or fall if be can get a congenial companion to accompany him Col McAteer has not visited Ireland for twentyfive year and he wants to see the old sod once more before he joins the silent majorityNEVIN Joe Nevin the well known Alderman has been very busy this summer making brick for which there is a large demand Mr Nevin is a very fine business man and be is always full of activity He can always be depended upon to do the right thing in the Board of Aldermen of which he is a very intelligent member TYNAN Everybody having business in the Police or Ordinance Court likes Mike Tynan the courteous Assistant Bailiff Deputy Tynan knows his duties well and performs them with promptness Law yers litigants and witnesses all have a good word for him Should he ever decide to run for office he would have a large following from the start CRONIN The rector of St Patricks church is a very busy man these days attending to the duties of his parish as well as serving in the very responsible position of Vicar General of the diocese Pather Cronin has endeared himself to everybody in St Patricks congregation since he has been in charge He is also very popular with the priests of the diocese There are evidently higher honors in store for Pather Cronin KAST Andy Kast is the best allaround men in the employ of the office of the City Engineer He superintends various kinds of construction for the city and is a hard worker Chief Engineer Breed and the members of the Board of Public Wooks have great confidence in him Socially Mr Kast is one of the best fellows in town When it comes to working at a church fair or festival he beats them all He believes in doing things HANLON Capt Thomas Hanlon who is serving his third term as Auditor of Floyd coun ty Ind has been signally honored by the people of New Albany He has won every office he ever went after Capt Hanlon is now Chairman of the Demo cratic Congressional Committee of the Third Indiana District and a member of the State Central Committee of Indiana Next week he will be in St Louis attend ing the National Democratic convention He is a hustler from way back- CAMPBELL Barney Campbell the plasterer wanted to retire from business some time ago and allow his sons to carry on the ex tensive business which he has worked up during the past half century but it seems the public will not allow him to quit and heLas been busier than ever this season Barney Campbell deserving of success for be does honest work and is besides one of the very best fellows in Louisville He does not grow older be cause he is always in good humor MURPHY Capt John B Murphy chief yardmas ter of the Pennsylvania Lines in Louis ville Jeffersonville and New Albany is one of the most capable railroad men in the Falls Cities as evidenced by the high position he now holds Capt Mur phy is a delightful companion after his days work is done He finds time to attend the meetings of the various fra ternal organizations to which he belongs and can always be depended upon to do his share in promoting the best interests of the communityBANNON Patrick Bannon though eighty years of age is still vigorous physically In his day be was one of the leading Irish men in Louisville He has practically retired from business leaving it to the management of his sons T Jeff Bannon and Pat Bannon Jr who are worthy representatives of the old gentleman who by industry frugality and integrity built up a large manufacturing industry Mr Bannon is now the oldest manufact ant in Louisville He started a terra cotta works here fifty years ego HACKETT James L Hackett President of the Greenbrier Distillery Company Use been la the East looking after his Colorado mining interests Mr Hackett is Presi dent of a large mining company in which he has spenttwany thousands Of dollars He is now about to realize handsomely on his iny etm nt end has bean frank to ar rrg7or pUctag machinery HUtnany II ir 1 M JCARROLU SEVENTH AVENUE HOTEL EXCHANGE I Choice Wines Cigars and Tobacco Phone Main 3022 22I SeVe11th AVe rfIfR M ANDRIOI E SONS WAGON MANIJFACTLJRERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST Rt I t I t S2X3 JTII TEI ST REAL ESTATEBO- UGHT SOLD andMANAGED LOANS NEGOTIATEDH- OME PHONE 527 CUMBERLAND 527 1 HE New York LiPolicy is iuconfestible from the date of issue and pays the largest profits EDW A CROWLEY Speola1 Agent Both 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 Second QO TO Pioneer Bottling House FOR II STRAIGHT WHISKIES- BIG n JUG AT DOOR Je2E DANT913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Station HERRMANN BEOS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken lucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONa VAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 VV GREEN ST friends hope he will be able to take out millions when he gets his mine in good working shape and he is very confident himself of the future of the mine DEHLER One of the cleverest young businessmen in Louisville ieCon Charles Dehler Secretary of the City Brewery Company Col Dehler made a good showing at the Worlds Fair where he went as a member of the Governors stall This is his busy season as the populace now begin to ab sorb great quantities of beer and Col Debler feels more ebeerful than ia the winter months wfa e there is nothing do iiX IIn the bsrliase 1JII 0t r- rI HIBERNIANS t What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- Newa Notes None of the divisions meet Monday night The field day sentiment appears to be growingThe meeting of the Ladles Aux iliary will be for business only Division G of Springfield Mass had sixty candidates to initiate last Sunday All eyes are now turned toward the national convention Kentucky willsend an able and representative set of dele gates To none does the Kentucky Irish American feel more indebted than the Hibernians of the Falls Cities who have been its earnest supporters The Ladies Auxiliary of Syracuse took active part in the fair held this week for St Lucys church They had charge of one of the refreshment tables Last week Division 0 of Utica conferred the first and second degrees on a large class of candidates its membership now being second to none in that city Division 7 of Minneapolis will contest with the Catholic Foresters in a pulling contest on the Fourth at the picnic given for the Church of the Immaculate Con ceptionDivision 1 of Duluth at the last meet ing conferred two degrees of the order on a class of ten candidates Rev Father Floyd was present and made a stirring addressSyracuse Hibernians had a great out ing Thursday National State and coun ty officers were there and arrangements had been made for the entertainment of 10000 people Division 1 of Duluth will receive no benefit from its annual outing this year having decided to give the entire proceeds as a donation to the school fund of the Cathedral parish The Ladles Auxiliary of Providence has appointed special committee to as sist Rev Father Blessing iu making arrangements for the menial picnic for St Edwards church Worcester Hibernians are determined that the debt will soon be cleared on their building A grand union bazaar will be held under the auspices of the several divisions and auxiliaries commencing Oc tober 17 and will last one week for the purpose of liquidating a great part of the debtCounty Secretary Clancy of the New York County Board was the recipient of a great demonstration of friendship at the last meeting of Division 10 ofwhich he is President Divisions 8 016 and 33 joined in presenting him a handsome Tiffany gold watch chain and charm The presentation was made by Gen James OBeirne and County President McNulty Major Edward McCrystal and others delivered addresses NICE TRIP William H Price Secretary of the Police Department better known as Price has been invited by Fred Bishop to make a trip with him to the Pacific coast this fall and he has ac cepted Will Price was never before known to make a longer trip than from the City Hall to his home at Sixth and St Catherine streets and everybody is betting that when the time comes he will not make the trip Mr Bishop how ever is determined to take him along even if he has to kidnap him GOING TO EUROPE Rev Father Leo Greulich of the Franciscan order who is the popular pastor of St Anthonys large congrega tion Twentythird and Market streets isgoing to Europe soon for a vacation He will pay bis respects to Pope Pius father Leo is one of the most popular priests in Louisville Every one in his large congregation loves him for his uni form good nature and sympathy STRONO BANK The German Bank is probably the strongest financial institutions in Louis ville and much of the credit for this is due to Mr P Vigllni who keeps a close watch over everything connected with the institution Mr Harry J Anger meier the efficient paying teller of the German Bank is also a favorite with the people having business with that institu tton PREPARINO ORDINANCE City Assessor Dan Murphy is quite busy these days preparing the new ordi nance imposing license taxes on mer chants and manufacturers in lieu of an ad valorem tax Assessor Murphy is making every effort to make the ordi nance satisfactory and equitable and the public has every confidence in him OONE AT LAST Frank Dugan Inspector of Weights and Measures has done the city real ser vice since he has assumed that position He has about weeded out all the short measures used by hucksters and unprincipled dealers in the market He has been ably assisted in his work by his deputy Harry Brown UNIMPORTANT The meeting of Division 1 A O H last Tuesday night was poorly attended and only routine business was transacted None of the members are on the sick list and none are out of work Nothing of an important nature will be considered until after the national convention ACCEPTS NEW POSITION Harry Veenemtn State President of the Catholic Knights for years with Levy Bras and one of the best clothing salesmeainI the city baa accepted a posi tion with the Khrich clothing house 319 West Jefferson street where be well be plMMdto serve all ait old friend n r 1 r HHIHJut JrloZ 11 HH 11+11 IHZIIIII+ HKHH StapleI and Fancy Groceries Meats Vegetables and F- ruitsirS W Cor 26th and Main Streets Home Phone 4612 Fine Liquors Cigars and Tobacco 4 HOME PHONES 3430 and J999 CUMBERLAND PHONE J999 CITIZENSt ICE CO PAT REGAN Manager 324 EAST CALDWELL STREET s ss s s s 3s e j BNOS and pxpettdaountantEducates Young PeopleF- orBusiness Good Employment and Succemt GALL on WRIT ron nil ixroniiATioii two HIUI BIH rRBBTSANDLOVISYILLEKY Business College G g at = 7 CHEAP PLASTERING 1S NOT CHEAP The payforBEST indorsed by Architects I DIAMOND WALL PLASTER rUNUPACTURED BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COB J CAMPBELL SONS Proprietors Manufactures Diamond Wall Plaster Campbells Cement Plaster Louisville Wood Fiber Plaster Campbells Wainscoting Finish In any color and Powdered Lime W Both Phones 3367 Brook Dud River LOUlSVlllC Ky = n ft n ++N4+ + H+4 +f+ 444 t + + + + +H+l4+1H + ++14+t t t JAMES PLANNERiF4t FANCY GROCERIESI BEST BRANDS WINES LIQUORS CIGARS FRESH VEGETABLES and SALT MEATS NE Cor 25th and Griffith Ave y a JOHN BECKERS EXCHANGE Fine Winesr Liquors Cigars and Tobacco HOT LUNCH N E COR 26TH AND ROWAN HOME PHONE 5379 MMM tttttttt+ Q Q 4 Q gip 1 George Hoffmann Son 1 Fancy Grocers also I Wines Liquors CigarssJ 3IIT BRANDS Telephodej5541Eleventh and Walnut PAT NELLIGAN AI L Wit CoorNO DRY GOODS N E Cor 19thC and Portland Ave Home Phone 1684 DRINK I tl8llryG WhiSkU BOTTLED BY HENRY C LAUER 407 EM JtfferHit Street THLBPttONB IH o EXCURSION RATES FOR JulyOne200 Mlles Via Bio Four Weg Retumlimitand particulars as to rates tickets limits call on Agents Big Four Route or nedWartenLynchcinnati Ohio S J asks OeMralIAICt LeakvHfe ity i- o Ie IQNTUOKY IRI8H A1D3RIOANJ a dI II IIIIa I a aw fC IIII Y JATTHE SIGN OF THE BULL DOG Ii m Ii HCfflLER NOLAN II m- w M w WFJNEt l- 1CIGARS Ii- w W- w w W j IcBNTUCKYj aj Je aIlll IJIlJofI tII tIIlJIy r J CC fC C fiJAS L HACKETT PresidentI G McGOWAN Soc T- reasGreoubriillistilloryCo1 I INCORPORATED i DISTILLERS OF Gr66nbri6r anO R BeflallUdll OLD FASHIONED HANDMADE SOUR MASHA Ii WHISKIESDISTILLERY3 1 OFFICE LOUISVILLE KY 4 3 3xS Sx3 3 3x3x3x3 e SKS S Home Phone 761 Cumb Phone 761 J S CARRABO BROS- ISALOON t NE Corner Third and Green 1 8Sx SxSxS Sx 3 xS S IMIi58 MU J DOUGHERTY THOMAS BEEN- ANK6611a11Dougherty r UNDERTAKERS MKKKMKM1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth BOTH TEJJ EJfHOJViaj B All Calls Promptly Attended to Day 1240IIrlaees Furnished for All D Dougherty Home Telephone 2915 1MH + H+++++++ Oran W Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCar- riages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 810 PABST BEER ALWAVSPURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TIDLP3PIo1 3 1138- 9ii Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts 1 DRINK Hofbrau PiIsen r Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BRE2VING COMP TY- a INdORPORAT 7D TELEPHONE 4S2 LOUXV LJiOKY dumb Phony Mates 1913 Home Pbenc 1913 T 17CIiTI r Geoo WiedemannBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold M all kading bars sad cafe Reeownad for parity rtranftih ami xoolkat flavor 1 Qryber and Deuser Managers Louisville ICy II n r 1k 0- r f r 7 WORLDSFAIR BALLOT KENTUCKY t1tsNI I f1JTERIhj IAtO1ZItbS FAIE BALtItOT I C I Vasa Fox c ADDIutss MM SIGNED Saturday July 21904 ASSIST YOUR PASTOR Religious Duty Incumbent Upon Laity Should Be Understood That the precepts of the church are veritable laws strictly binding on all h subjects is a treatment which no Catholic is likely to call in question A society established by Christ in order to 1lend men to heaven the church has undoubted power to make euch laws and regulations as she judges necessary for her preserva don her prosperity and the attainment o the end for which she was instituted Now among the six laws which because of their major importance arc called specifically commandments or the pre cepts of the church there is one concerning whose obligation and scope not a few Catholics appear to entertain notionsI rather hazy than distinct The religiousI duty incumbent upon the laity to con tribute to the support of their pastors fis perhaps more imperfectly understood than most other obligations of the Chris tian life One reason for such imperfect know ledge is doubtless the comparatively cursory treatment accorded to the fifthI precept of the church by the teacher iinI the Sundayschool As the fulfillment ofr the precept the contributing to the sup port of the pastor lacks the element ofr actuality so far as the children in the catechism class are concerned the expla nation usually given of this command ment is probably more superficial thanI thorough Obedience thereto will nott become a practical question for the classI until the boys and girls become menI and women so the precept does nott receive all the attention and insistence that is given to moral duties of more immediate interest and import to the youngLet iit be said then that the lay Catho lic who does not contribute in proportionI to his means to the support the con gruous maintenance of his parish priest is a flagrantly dishonest debtor He iisI guilty of patent injustice and is unquestionably bound to make restitution just as he would be were he to refuse pay ment of a legitimate debt to his medical doctor His obligation to pay his quota of the priests salary is not derived from ecclesiastical law only from the fifth precept of the church It is founded upon the natural law and upon divinei legislation as well as a little reflection will make evident A parish priests vocation obliges himi to attend to the immediate service of Godand the care of souls He is iIn- consequence debarred from seeking the emoluments of other professions ando business pursuits The most elementary conception of justice clearly teaches thatl being so debarred he has every right to look for his support to those with whose spiritual welfare he is charged in whose behalf he habituatly labors In these days of labor unions and trade combina tions when we bear so much about a fair days pay for a fair days work to it ought to be unnecessary Jto remind any member of a parish that rhe pastor is by no means the the least diligent and stren uous laborer of the community and that those parishioners who neglect to con tribute to his support are guilty of the sin as unjust employers who defraud lab orers of their wagesa sin which is one of the four whose malice is so manifest that they are said to cry to heaven for vengernce WOULDNT BE MISSED One day a fussy creature met the famous Father Healy of Dublin by the seashore and thus accosted him Father Healy I am undergoing a cure and I take a tumbler of seawater three times a day Now Ive had my full allowance today but do you think I might have one just one tumbler more Father Healy put his he don One side and looked at the ocean lost in thought Well he said at last with a gravely judicial air I dont think it would be missed HELENAS STATUE OF MEAQHER Admirers of Brig Gen Thomas Francis Meagher who as Meegher of the Sword is known wherever an Irishman U found will be pleased to learn that the contract for the erection of an equestrian statue of the dashing commander the Irieh Bn gade in the civil war hw been tetand that the work of casting the big statue will soon be begun The cost exclusive of pedestal will be 10000 The pedestal will probably cost an additional 5900 A large amount of mousy has beat raised by the Meagher Memorial Association iis the pak six years by OUlarijl through giving entertainment Plans for securing the balance awesMry have bean perfected sad it is expected that I about tile flntoi mxt year the fire heroic f 0 c statue will be ready to be placed in posi tion on the site donated by the State i front of the Capitol building at Helena Mont REMINISCENT I love to think of boyhood days The farmhouse nestling low The wood I chopped the chores I did agoerTwas then I labored in the sun To reap the golden wheat Twas then I drove the cattle home Through twilight dusk and sweet IIsee again the upturned earth plowflove to think and thank my stars I neednt do it no- wHOUSEHOLD HINTS Window seats are easily built into old houses They are cozy and effective Mildew stains can be removed by rub bing with ammonia diluted with water Plush goods if sponged with a little chloroform will look as clean and bright as when new Sour milk added to the water in which oilcloth or linoleum is washed gives it a luster like new When color has been taken out of any color by acids sponging with ammo nia will restore It Flat irons should not be allowed to become red hot for they never retain the heat properly afterward A little soda added to the water used in washing windows will remove grease and give luster to the glass In serving buttered toast it is best t serve in relays freshly toasted and but tered on each side while hot Redand blue ticking nicely embroid ered in outline stitch makes excellent pillow slips for ordinary use Varnished wood should be washed with cold tea and afterward wiped dry and polished with a soft cloth When washing a china silk waist add a little starch to the rinse water iron while damp and they will look like new To make a low room look higher le- the t curtains hang to the floor Short curtains make the room look lower tha- nlitis It pays well to do your mending before the articles go to the wash as washing usually results in making the holes largerPolish furniture with a solution of boiled linseed oil and gasoline Pour a little at a time in a saucer and rub with flannelLight and cleanliness are the cl enemies of the moth Houses attics an store rooms should be above all well ventilated Every housekeeper should inspect he kitchen and pantry towels every few days to see that they are wholesome r clean and well aired It is said that great comfort to the feet is secured by weekly sponging the inside of ones shoes with a solution of equal parts of ammonia and water Two tablespoonfuls each of alcohol and ammonia to a pint of gasoline is said to be an improvement on the pure gaso line for cleaning dress goods Nice tablecloths and napkins should not be allowed to become much soiled so that they will require vigorous rubbing with soap and hot water The lid of a teapot should always be left so that the air may get it This prevents mustiness The same rule of course applies to a coffeepot To clean white silk ties rub them over with French chalk and afterward hold to the fire The heat will cause the chalk to absorb the grease and a shaking or brush ing will render the tie quite clean For a middle aged woman nothingis so becoming as black and white It is a rich combination is always more or less in fashion and may be worn on all occasion and at any season of the year Effective pressing is one of the secrets of good home dressmaking No amount of skill in sewing goes for anything un less pressing is well done Use a damp cloth on thewrong side of the goods For putting away winter clothes the best plan is to line a clothes closet or a box with tar paper brush the clothes thoroughly air them well pack them away and there will be no danger of their befog moth eaten PRlNTIRQl The Kentucky Irish American it ready at alt tines tp do firstclass job printing of every description A specialty fa made cotemerdal and society printisg Give M a call and get our price This office carne the union label i TIle advantage of boUdtBga castleie C theali that yet dont liave tcJpaYHllt ortasaa far it + UDor TRUTHn Wisdom of Catholic School Building as Viewed In New England But there is one church which makes religion an essential education and that is the Catholic church in which the mothers teach their faith to the infants at the breast in their lullaby songs and whose brotherhoods and priests sister hoods and nuns imprint their religion on souls as indelibly as the diamond marks the hardened glass They ingrain their faith in human hearts when most plastic to the touch Are they wrong are they stupid are they ignorant that they found parochial schools convents coleges in which religion is taught Not if a man be worth more than a dog or the human soul with eternity for duration is of more value than the span of animal existence for a day If they are right then we are wrong If our Puritan fathers were wise then we are foolish Looking upon it as a mere speculative question with their policy they will increase With ours we will decrease Macaulay predicted the endurance of the Catholic church till the civilized Australian should sketch the ruins of London bridge We are no prophet but it does seem to us that Catholics re taining their religious teaching and we our heathen schools will gaze upon Cathedral crosses all over New England when the meeting houses will be turned into barns Let them go on teaching their religion to the children and we go on educating our children inschools with 0out a recognition of God and without the reading of the Bible and they will plant corn and train grapevines on the un known graves of Plymouth pilgrims and of the Puritans of Massachusetts bay and none will dispute their right of possession We say this without expressing our own hopes or fears but as Iinevitable from the fact that whatsoever a man soweth that shall he also reapNew England Journal CARELESS HABIT It isa little habit which some mas culine creatures have of making light of the manifold duties which beset a woman in the care of a household They think because she does not have to go out and IIlay a pavement she has nothing to do But that is because after all they are only poor and ignorant men with limited understanding as to vegetables buttons patches and the thousand and one things which demand a housewifes attention eyefconcerneddBut she from time she awakensI- n in the morning until she goes to bed at nightpetty cares are snapping at her- r heels Her responsibilities may not be colossal but they are legion and if she is conscientious she never lays them down She flies from one thing to an other whirling like a human pinwheel around and around the domestic axis Theres little that is stimulating little that is enlivening in her day yet the day is full and running over- NECKWEAR The proper thing this summer for men according to information from those mys terious authorities who know all about the fashions in advance of their coming is going to be large India silk handker chiefs to be worn as neck stocks or ties They are to be worn with outing shirts but are not to displace collars On the contrary they are folded into a triangu lar shape and put into the turndown collar just as the regular necktie is This leaves a peak going down the back and the ends are tied in front in the regu Ian fourinhand style The result gives a sort of breezy negligee look though it does not sound as though the device would be cooler than any other already in vogue These handkerchiefs come in light and dark with wide borders of different patterns sometimes a little loud though all tastes may be suited They are already displaced and on sale at some of the shopeII A man once accosted a priest as follows Sir lam an evolutionist and I want to disease the question with you I am also au annihllationist I believe that when I die that will be the end of me Thank God for that devoutly ejacu lated the priest and he walked off leav ing theman perfectly THE doII Mine Laura Egan tells the press parlia went at St Louis that the womans page in the newspapers is nothing but plaud its platitudes piecroet and pudding U Qhi dear dear And with Cola Watter eau taking a allniiarlYalJiters aCthepKtparagraph what tiveeraek1 ttai I1 I + tItSMIIJt11I 1 I H+H 11HI 11 HI IXHHHKI I HH H HHf Nic Boslers Hotel- S E COR SECOND AND JEFFERSON flineriean and European piaiu MODERN IN EVERY RESPECT NEWLY FURNISHED THROUGHOUT Phone FINE LUNCH DAY AND NIGHT 3iIltIIIItF3It1 1 1 I 1 31 HIH I II II IH 1 11 1 111 I 1 lH1 r BICKELSFine TRY EM LIKE EM 534 W Main Sta 9 m Wig Wl1AAi1 IW P B HORSTMAN9 DEALER IN FancyGroceriesA 4 j J fl 3 t IUJ TRACY L H STRAUU BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS carr STREETShortI 11IHnIN 1 1 1 HHHHK1 1 1 1 1 11111 1nI1 I 1 1 1 1 11 J 1 IJuJool I I 1 1 IH Jool lIlt 1 1 HJooI1 I 1 1 1 1111n1 I 1 1 1 1 1 IHH 1 1 1 1 I Hot HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 CT CT BARRETT 7 FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST MAIN STREETW- ith the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business fooC my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street fo MRS JOHN J BARRETT oHAJ 1 +1 1 11 1 II 1 HI I 1 1 11 1 1 nlo 1 1 1 I 1 I IH 1 Ill1 I 111011 1 NJn1I 1 1 HIII FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60INCOIWPORATBUD Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE XY I P BANNON MJBANNOV1 ROBE BURRELL P BANNON JR PrMWent VlcePrec Gin Mgr Secretary Treasirtr Kentucky IriW Brick Co INCORPORATED 112cxssufaoturorm of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Oflfes 508512 W JrttamSt Works MapeIIIAtt Mi 8tt ntf Mtfc TELEPHONE 173TILI HONEl2U 6- Gu G 4 f fVV i j t I QNTUOKY IRISH AMiiIZIOAl THE BIG STOREttm I I SPECIALSII IAre the features for the People Always I watch our ads they are money savers to those that want to buy good reliable clothing furnishings or hats for man or boy THE tffI STORE always has something good to BIGII their FLYERS I WE ARE MANUFACTURERS OF ALL THE 8 I CLOTHING WE SELL YOU BUY FROM t FIRST HANDS WHEN YOU GO TO y t II THE BIG STORE III II MILT0I S M MAItI3L STOI E C co I 424 426 428 430 432 and 434 W Market St Bet Fourth and Fifth I lC = = =W TIffffIIII111111111111 ILANGAN I The Artistic Tailor I 1 627 FOURTH AVENUE MIDSUMMER REDUCTIONS I For swell dressers who are getting ready to the Fair 3the mountains or the seashore All summer fabrics j3will be cleaned out at such low prices as = 20 Up Trousers 6 Up IISuits WillUlliUJUWWWWll ilillllillliliiiiUliili UiiiWliilM MAIN + F3HII I I HH IHIIl+HIIi 1II211H4I I +I 111 d4 Mom Special Tea Pure clean delicate and fragrant de lightful for iced tea best in town for the price And remember my special pack age of GOOD COFPI 3 lbs for 60c t Lb Pnckogl45c IMaorx tx Trio1 Order MTJLLOY COFFEE + ROASTER + Home Phone 1313 214 W MARKET STREET Cumb Main 1189 + iHl I I I H I 1 I 1111 111 1 Int I II+oloHIIIH1 I I I H I I HI H+ PIANOSGET A GUARANTEE Dont take an Oh yesl It will be all right Get a guarantee I Not pianoita common everyday guarantee but a real guarantee that A guarantee goes with every new piano we sell and its n VOUCHER FOR PIANO HON- ESTYFiontenegroRiehmY Music Co oL8ocso Iaoui TH AVENUE P S RAYS CO fib- GarrIafibs 230232- W STREET LOUISVILLE KY 4 MIKE DOUGHERTYDEALER IN Boots ShooS and Rubbers 624626 W Market St between 6th and 7th South Side JOHN F OBRTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY OREAWCOMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue frlitfftlfe 891 tOUISYJttE K- Yi ISpring styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas SATOLLI COUNCIL Completes Organization of Its Auxiliary of Young Ladies At the meeting of Satolli Council last Monday evening it was decided to hold a meeting next Tuesday to elect delegates to the Grand Council at Lexington Barry Council is making extensive preparations for the convention and a large delegation will go from Louisville The event of the meeting was the formal organization of the ladies auxiliary which will be known asthe Satolli Club A constitution and bylaws were drawn up and adopted without a dissenting vote The objects of the club are the social and Intellectual improvement of its members the formation of a reading circle the maintenance of a reading room and circulating library and the general work of a Catholic Truth So cietyFrom the interest manifested there is no doubt the Satolli Club will be a suc cess Among those present and initiated were Mrs Al Smith Mrs Ollie Gore Misses Florence Bell Nellie Morgan Ella Gerst Margie and May Swann Cecilia Lavely Lillian Burke Mary Scott Catherine Hines Annabel and Elvy Curtin and Miss Shannon Some fifteen applications have been received for the next meeting which will be held Monday July 11 VISITED HOOSIER CAPITAL Messrs Patrick Nelligan Denny Cole man and youug John Kelly spent last Sunday in Indianapolis the guests of Denny Nelligan formerly of this city but now one of the managers of the Stock Yards Hotel of that city The Louisville party were driven over the Hoosier capital fa carriages and shown all the main points of interest The old friends of Mr Nelligau in this city will be gratified to learn that he has been very successful since his removal to In dianapolis WEBERS BAND COMING Webers great band will be here to morrow and open a two weeks engage ment at the New Jockey Club This band has for years been a favorite in Louisville and comes here from the Worlds Fair Weber has some splendid soloists with him notably Mrs Anna Stolz Lerch The programme for tomor row will be of the popular kind includ lug Irish selections Monday night there will be a display of fireworks that is promised to surpass any seen at the Jockey Club STANTON FOR THE COUNCIL Redmond Stanton of the L N shops has been in St Louis attending the Worlds Fair during the past week He was delighted with his trip Mr Stanton is a master painter of skill and he got sorpe good pointers while in St Louis Although employed iu Louisville Mr Stanton Jives in Jeffcrsonville His friends are thinking of making him a Councilman from the Fourth ward of JeffersonvHIe at the next election He can bavethe place if he wants it ATTENDING CONVENTION Cot John H Whallen and his brother James P Whallen have gorietoSt Louis where they have quarters for a couple of weeks at a leading hotel They will visit the fair and also attend the national convention While In St Louis oftheirmagetaeoU for bringing attraatkrtu to their theater in LwAnriHc 4urf g the fall HoIeOiI = Y tit IRISH SOCIETYDiRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanViceDoughertyRecording nan Jr Financial Secretary Peter j Cusick 1911 Bank 6Iree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 j Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1336 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas Quinn Vice President Joseph Cooney Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes dayEvenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn I 515 West Chestnut ReiUyTreasurerJohn DIVISION 1 JEFFERSQNVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus HaJfP County President John Kenney County Vice President J B Murphy PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial SecretaryThos OHern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelAlplronso Constantine SergeantatArmsMichael Noon Y JWt I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentJames Shelley First Vice President Wm P Shaugh nessy HerpRecordingFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- Corresponding SecretaryFrank P BurkeTreasurerFrank MurphyMarshalGeorge Inside Sentinel Frank Lanahan Outside Sentinel John Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street CooneyFirstPresidentSecond Vice ose Recording SecretaryEmil EMouth Corresponding SecretaryArthur C rueFinancial SecretaryRobert G Goe belTreasurerWilliam N Gast MarshalM F Morris Inside SentinelJacob Pfalzer Outside Sentinel M F Ziegler D Je GOLEMflN DRY GOODS SHOES Ladies and Gents Furnishing Goods 173J PORTLAND AVE CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Will Hear Reports Tonight on the Worlds Fair Trip The Entertainment Committee of the Catholic Knights of America will meet tonight with Charles A Hill Twentieth and Walnut streets and receive reports regarding the proposed Worlds Fair ex cursion trip President Reicbert and Secretary Mann will have all the corre spondence and the rates submitted and it is therefore probable that the question will be finally settled at this meeting September 13 will be Catholic Knights day at the Worlds Fair and there are many here who would like to be In St Louis on that occasion DOES ARTISTIC WORKI Since his removal to East Market street above Preston Frank Wybrant the well known photographer has been doing the most artistic work ever seen here His friends have followed him to his new location and are elated over his success The splendid set of pictures of the graduates of St Xaviers College which appeared in our last issue were from his studio where nearly all the children now go for their firat commu nion and confirmation pictures Frank Wybrant is assisted in ills work byI arrangementsforsurpassed The best cutrf appearing in these column are from his gallery And ConnaH n o JiBACOSONSProm Waists and Wash SuitsThats the way we are selling them It would have been a treat to see the eager buyers that satisfied their wants not with one or two but in halfdozen lots When persons buy in v follyAddedremark to be heard I never saw so many pretty wrists all just as dainty and fresh as can be and so cheap We unhesitatingly say that we care not what your taste may require we can satisfy everybody and we invite you to attend this sale of unusual magnitude You will not only be pleased with the results but will have a better knowledge of our enormous cash purchasing ability Waists made of White Lawn Waists Percale Wash Suits 29Cradles figured lawns 39O trimmed with Insertion 1 75 flake effects and luuitcu front and back tucked front and back shepherd checks tabbed stock regular 48c values full sleeves regular 69c values tucked yoke piped with white folds 880 For 159 White Linon Shirt 98e For Percale Sailor Waist pink or fl- 2ar4e8skFrt12Oj values Waists blue worth 124 8 Cotton CheviotI Suits Suits98eWaists Waists 3 98 For White or Cold V0II e Suits 98c For 1175 Smb Front Linon St148 For 198 White India Linen 398 For 5 98 India Linon Suits WaistsVaists 398 For 598 White Madras Suits I 98 berthaef stylesoFor 5 India Linon Suits 1148 no mb trimmed Linon SuitsWmstFor 450 White or Black Jap 498 For 598 Linon Suits bertha o 148 For 198 Black Lawn Waist Silk Waists styles 0000 e e00000000 P T ARCHERi Out Door and Flash Light PhotographyHome Room 44 Courier Journal BuildingII TRINITY COUNCIL Elects Delegates to the Ken tucky Jurisdiction Convention The meeting of Trinity Council Y M I Monday night was perhaps the largest and most exciting that organization has held for years Trinity Hall was packed to the doors with young men who had come to vote for their candidates for delegate to the Kentucky jurisdiction convention that meets in August Th honor of representing Trinity Council i sr always eagerly sought after and this yea the list of candidates was larger than ever before several ballots being taken before the third delegate was elected Messrs TomJ Garvey Robert Goebel John Sul livan Sr Joe Dawson Will Gast Joe McGill Edward Kelly Ben Hund I ouis Kemp Harry Kirchdorfer Frank Lenz and Clem Elicit were placed in nomina ton and when the last votes were count ed Messrs Garvey Goebel and Sullivan were declared elected They are all good men and will ably represent Trinity in the Grand Council Three members were elected and arrangements made for a big initiation Thursday night Hereafter the initiation fee will be 5 hence the above action Upon motion it was decided to hold no meeting on the Fourth of July ao the members will be at the various celebra tions throughout the city and county TALKED OF FOR MAYOR Col Discos Hindman the wellknown life insurance man who represents the New York Mutual Life in Kentucky Is prominently mentioned in connection with the Democratic nomination for Mayor of Louisville Mr Hindman is now a member of the Board of Park Com missioners and takes a deep interest in the welfare of the city He is a man of education and refinement and would np doubt make an acceptable Mayor He is a sterling Democrat and allround clever gentleman POPULAR DANCES The dances given at Fountain Ferry Park every Wednesday evening by the Nonpariel Club are constantly growing in popularity and are attended by the better class of society people The Non panel boys know how to keep coolers and cool things for their friends who are always sure to enjoy themselves at their dances DANGER PASSED Mr J L Riehm of the Montenegro Rithni Music Company who has been unable to leave his home for some time and was threatened with a serious illness from an abscess has been pronounced out of danger to the great relief of his friends The attending physician thin Mr Riehm will be abje to be out again next week HAS MANY FRIENDS HERE HIII1Indquently and has made many friends who are always glad to make his herejpleasant j MONON ROUTE OFFER The Monon route will sell tickets from Louisville to St Paul and Minneapolis and return July 171819 and 530 at 20 on account of the convention of Ladies Catholic Benevolent Association These rates are open to the public and tickets will be good returning until August 5 which may be extended to August 15 by deposit with joist agent Full informa tion will be fur Wied by E H Bacon at the Mosoa office Fourth and Market thiicUy M 0 ic gmmmmnimmm mmmmtmmmmmn immmmmm- SrW S MILLER MANAGER S- IWILLARD HOTELJ- i I Remodeled and Refurnished 3 publicw 2 jjSSfound equal to any in the city All the 3grooms are being newly furnished and =S steamheated throughout The rates will 3S remain reasonable as heretofore and the = best of service is guaranteed =w CENTER AND JEFFERSON sriill1111111111111111l11 ittttttttttlttttllttittitttttt tttlttttttUtlttt y HHHlHHHI i +I iH HHHII1HlIII1 I+HH SPRING BANK WILD CHERRY PHOSPHATE IS THE ORIGINAL AND BEST Beware of Imitations Thats All 1 1 1 1 1 H Ht 1 1 M M HIHHH H 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H1 I lie Ghas oooersBooiGO 1 j PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES FOR FIRST HOLY COMMUNION 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 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 W Jefferson street S8 e86te81 1 NIl I 1 I IH I HI 1 +1 I 1 11 1 I I I H+HH 1 +1 CUSCADENSHave 4 Telephones 12 Horses and Wagons and 25 Push Wagons selling our famous Brick Ice Cream 4 THE REAL rom OHBAOVE PEOPLE 415 AND 417 SECOND STREET SxjKSx8 S4 H8xH S S x I A H WAGNER II SALOON ii- I Fancy and Staple Groceries I FruitsI I HOME PHONE 4468 Nj W COO 25th AND DUNCAN STSi I L JOHN B PRANK 1 VVALTERS7 Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Ta2 LOUISVILLE KY ri a U r Y TIIIIF1 a p p J I I C- T3ENr7LTcTr JRJSH RIOAN r 0 TWELFTH ANNUAL UP THE RIVER Satolli Glee ClubS SATURDAYSUNSET I 9 1904 9 Steamer Columbia Leaves First Street Dock at 5 oclock p m k Supper Served on Boat 25 Cents AtIRI Reserved hte rxcj9tnIT o CTS 1111 I ll+ HI+l+I+JHo HHI H H II I IHJHH+l+1 1111 N Agent for the American Cunard and White Star Passenger Steamships Drafts on Great Britain and Ireland M SHEEHAN Staple and Fancy Grocer DOMESTICDJALJltCIGARS AND TOBACCO 185456 PORTLAND AVENUE t1+I+IIl1H11+lnl 1 I+H+H++I+H H11H1H OHAS P HESSRestaurant and Lunch Counter Regular Meals 25 CentsC J Mess Prop FINE ORDERS A SPECIALTY 314 WEST JEFFERSON STREET 3S x 3x x S S xS S JOHN REARDON Ii awry and Saloon M M H M H H M + H +++ M + t+++ ++ t +t+++ PICK MARTINE Dispenser 14 Home Phone 4188Soof 802 Oldham1 St 140 George J ButlerDEALER IN Fancy Groceries and Produce Fresh Meats and Vegetables Cigars and Tobacco AVENUEHome4- otJooIHI1 H1H1+H11 +1H41H1lH111I11I+1 OCONNELL BROSE- XCHANGE I Fine Wines andd Liquors Cigars and TObaccoII S E Cor Seventh and Za- neMJWALISH tt- H11H1H+1H1+1 +1111NH 11+11H+HH+H11H Contracting Painter OITLICE 728 OIjDHAM STREET TELEPHONE 54SOM SOUTH RICHARD QUINNS EXCHANGE s CORNER SEVENTH AND OAK STS nOME EHONE 1301 HRNRY MASONi1606 Seventh Street Near St Catherine BAKERY CONFECTIONERY I and ICE CREAM PARLOR COMB PHONfi SOUTH 453 Y ASK FON Otto Brewerys Cream Beer DIERSEN BROS Proprietors ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE Telephone 1137 Q bu J U n u TO AMERICA Eyes of French Rcl loU9 Communities Are NoW Turning It is to America that the eyes of the French religious communities will probe ably be turning as their next land of refuge writes a London correspondent- At the present moment these refugees are about the one hope of English landed proprietors who are anxious to sell their houses and estates It now is almost lm possible to sell estates or even to 1let them In England Times are not such as to encourage English smart folk to take an extra country seat for a year or so much less buy ones and the wealthy Americans who come over to England are seldom attracted to these estates that the owners are most anxious to sell Americans buy lug places in England want the iold castles and such like historic dwelling places which are mostly entirely out of the power of their owners to sell It is out of the way estates and mansions that can be purchased and these while not appealing to the American millionaires are espe cially suited to the different religious communitiesmost of them are enor lonsly wealthywhich ard being expelled from France Too large a sprinkling of these bodies of Roman Catholics however are in the eyes of the English not at all pleasing The Popish Invasion as it is called would be demurred against if it grew too large and this Is- why it is believed that America will be- the next land of refuge Belgium was of course the first thought of these refugees on account of the same language being spoken but the Free Thinkers who are so strong there make trouble for- the religions parties and turn their feast day processions into free fights so that others leaving France are seeking more peaceful quarters The Earl of Ashburnhatn who i Is the second Roman Catholic in England the Duke of Norfolk being the first has lent Pembrey his splendid estate in Carmar anshlre Wales to one of these coot ullmltles who are noted for their cheese making Another body of these French refugees are negotiating for an estate In Devonshire 200000 lildien Arc Now Studying Gacllc In the Irish Schools Each day brings more startling evl- dence of the progress the Gaelic language Is making Government returns just- made out show that whereas only 313- pupils of the primary schools were learn- Ing Irish three years ago 02019 children- of the national schools of the country- were studying their own language on- December 31 last year which signifies that upward of 100000 children of the- natloual schpols of the country alone are- learning it today It is concluded that- another 100000 are being taught Irish In the evening schools Intermediate schools Christian Brothers schools and- Gaelic League classes Enthusiasm for- their language among the youth of the- wllole country is unbounded and Infect- lOlts Since the restoration of their language to the Welsh and the Bohemians- there has not been in Europe any paral leI for this magnificent Gaelic revival- It is astonishing none more than the wise heads among ourselvesthe emn- eatly II- practical oneswho poohpoohed- the Gaelic revival at its start and who for years obstinately taking firm hold uponi the hearts and the souls of the peo pIe and whose eyes are nowadays being- forcibly opened making them see how silly after all it is to be wise It Is- pathetic now to see the struggles of some of these men with the profound mysteries of to an JateiIn the Gaelic primer HAVE NO FEAR The Willard Hotel which is now being- remodeled and refurnished will be ready for guests early in August Manager Miller has no fears that the contractors will not have their work completed at the- specified time The Willard has for years been popular with the traveling public and when Jt reopens will be found to be- equaUo any in the city It is at this hotel that the Hibernians and Young Mens- Institute always hold their banquets and It was here also that the great majority of- delegates to the recent Catholic Knights and Ladies convention made their head quartersHAPPY DAY FOR THESE A class of thirtytwo children sixteen girls and sixteen boys made their first- communion at St Augustines in Jeffer- sonvl11e last Sunday morning It was a- beautiful and impressive picture to see these little ones receive Into their hearts for the first time their Divine Guest Father OConnell addressed them iIn words of loving admonition beseeching them to remain ever faithful to that- glorlons day The children later renewed their baptismal vows and were- Invested with the scapular DOES GOOD WORK- Health Officer Allen is still after those personsi who are trying to sell adulterated milk Last Saturday Dr Allen had war rants issued for four dealers The doctor says the war against milk dealers who use water or other adulterants will be- coutlnued as it is especially Important at this season of the year that the milk should be pure on account of the effect It has on children This is certainly good work and the people of Louisville should appreciate Dr Allens efforts to protect them from imposition HUMANE SOCIETY AGENT- William Tynan who has been ap- opolatedagent of the humane cletyW- 81wornll1toofti Monday by Judge McCann Agent Tynan jb well qttalifad for the petition sad will wake a food b O1Co n IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges A number of evicted tenants on the Coolgreany estate have been alread 1 reinstated in their old holdings We regret to announce the ideath o Lord Powerscourt which took place In London The deceased nobleman was counseled with many enterprises In Ire landThe Most Rev Dr Clancy Bishop of Elphin has introduced the Franciscan Missionaries of Mary into his diocese Loughglyun House County Roscommon once the residence of Lord Dillon Is now occupied by nuns of the order John Redmond M P Chairman of tbe Irish Parliamentary party will sail for America about August 22 and will be present at the national convention of the United Irish League of America which will be held in New York City on August 30 and 31- Mary Riordan who died recently at Macroom County Cork attained the re markable age of 105 years She was a fluent Gaelic speaker and possessed an extraordinary fund of folk lore and poetry which she took delight iIn Imparting to students of the Irish language As the outcome of the Bandon Industries Association a hosiery factory has been established in the town and the Department of Agriculture have agreed td have an instructress sent by the Cork Technical Committee whom they wilt pay during the initial stages Sir John Arnott has written to say that he Is prepared to subscribe 2500 toward the erection and equipment of a woollen factory in the town The death of the Rev Brother Joseph Nolan Clontarf removes a prominent and much esteemed member of the Irish Christian Brothers Brother Nolan had lalned the age of 81 and during his- long connection with the order his ability- as an educationalist and his self mcnficing devotion to duty endeared hint not only to his pupils but toall who had the prlv- lIege of his acquaintance Brother No- Ian who was a native of Tralee entered the order in 1859 In 1867 he was one of- the contingent who were sent to labor in- far distant Australia After seven or- eight years devoted work there the cll- mate not agreeable with his health he- was recalled and for a long period he- was connected with the Industrial School lu Limerick John Redmond John Dillon Michael Davllt John Fitzgibbon and others of the- Irlsh National leaders who are being prosecuted by Lord De Freyne on the- ground that they took sides with his tenants in their struggle with their landlord- willI have their trial in October AI- though it is nearly two years since the- suit was Instituted it has been fought- step by step by the national organization until it reached the English House of- Lords The venue as originally laid In the Vice Chancellors Court in Dublin- called for a trial of the case without a jury but after a lengthy struggle the- English House of Lords decided against- Lord De Freyne on that point and the- cane will now be tried by a specially see- lected jury in Dublin The legal authorities in Dublin are now engaged in the- work of striking the special jury panel for the trial of the case The procedure will be to select fortyeight names from the panel nobody who has served as a- juror within the past two years being ieli- gible for service on the jury When Ithe- fortyeight names have been selected Ithe- plaintiffs and the defendant have the- right I to strike out twelve each and from the remaining twentyfour the jury will- have to be selected HINTS ON STYLE Pals1 colored leather belts are very- fashionable and new- The kimona for a lounging robe is not new but more popular than ever- The majority of the newest and most- fashionable shirt waist suits are with short skirts The pedestrian skirt is good form for the ultra fashionable 1830 dresses ofsilk or crepe or silk muslin which are mark edly dressy in effect It has been said that the shirt waist Is the most democratic garment ever worn by women that it obliterates social distinctions And this might be superficially true If shirt waist suits were all the same priceSome of the loveliest JapaneseAmeri can gowns ordered this year are of klnu silk ai rough woven raw silk from a hand loom It comes only in the dull yet rich vegetable dyes straw color dull blue terra cottas andhalfa dozen browns aU with the surface luster seen only In- fabrics woven and dyed with Oriental methodsNothing so ruins the style of a street gown as to have it sag at the back It is an unforgivable detail like nagging in a- woman If a skirt is to be long at all then Itt must be long in front and at the side but half an inch of superfluous skirt at the back hem will undo the effect ol the loveliest embroidery the prettiest fabricsi and the smartest fit A new Oriental silk but from China not New York IsShanting pongee It Is woven with a check all in one color- usually the natural pongee tone It is thin andof Very light weight and Is- especlal1y imported for shirt waist suits and separate shirt waists It is very smart trimmed with embroidered ends of Persian towels and wears and washes beautifullyAu baped bat of split bamboo Is trimuled with a muahla silk scarf which Is strawcolored cotton brocaded with gold thread A dull blue kinu silk alpine is trimmed with a scarf of the same edged with solid mandarin em breidery in dull bluee and violets The effect islexquWttl Artistic and the list IIallcht as a Panama chart M durable sad vrychlc n 1 i I v LEXINGTON A Notable Double Wedding Ceremony at St Pauls Church The most notable of the June wed witynessed Wednesday afternoon when two becamefbrides The contracting parties were i Miss Theresa Doyle and John Hagan of Indianapolis and Miss Margaret Doyle and Edward Caden of Lexington The ceremony was performed in St Pauls church in the presence of a large gather ing of friends the Rev Father Barry of ficiating Immediately after the ceremony the two happy couples left on their honeymoon trip to the Worlds Fair The brides are sisters of Miss Katherine Doyle and have always been prominent and popular in Lexington society circles Mr Hogan will take his bride to Indianapolis to live but Mr and Mrs Cadeu will return and make Lexington their homeWalter Maloney the young railroad brakeman who had his right leg ampul fated last Sunday will recover Maloney was seriously injured Saturday at Clay City both legs being badly crushed and Itwas at first thought there was little chance for his recovery At last accounts le was doing nicely The engagement of Miss Julia Mc imn daughter of Capt McCann and James Scrugham of Nevada State Unl ersity has been announced Their union will take place on August 10 EDUCATION IN IRELAND Among countries remarkable for the education of their people Ireland will lu another generation hold a place In the forefront writes Seamus MacManus It Isi only seventy years since we were given a system of public education At that time as n result of the penal laws about 15 per cent only of our people had any school education Todaythere are only 13 per cent of our people almost entirely made up of old men and women who had not facilities for education In their youth that can neither read nor write Of all those between five and fortyfive years of age there is not 6 per cent of illiterates Of those between five and fife- teen years of age the percentage not receiving education is utterly Insignificant During this century Ireland will make a worthy showing DISCONTINUED The Catholic Womans Club have dis continued their monthly entertainments until September but Mrs Leahy and herjadies of the club are making extensive preparations for a big outing to be given early in August DONT BE PARTIAL In some families the parents show partiality among their children When one daughter gets to be twelve to fourteen- years old she is taken out of schooland putt into the kitchen to drudge wblle- other daughters are sent to academies nn til they are graduated One is given ac uplishmcnts and another one is denied them One has the best dresses goes to aU sorts of entertainments and is pushed- to the front while her sisters have only- what she doesnt care for or cant use- One son is well educated and the others are put to work before they are half- trained1 One son is sent to work at any old thing that offers itself while another one Is not allowed out until a genteel opening is found for him This one Is- permitted tq run the streets at night- while the others are carefully shielded- from contamination Sometimes it is the- eldest who is favored sometimes the- youngest often the prettiest or the- Mlghtest or the most affectionate This Is aU wrong The children of the same- home should as far as it is possible have the same care the same advantages the- same chance the same love There- should be no favorites The father and the mother should remember that all of- them have been equally entrusted to them by Divine Providence and for all of them- there must be rendered an equal account- Ing WOULD EXCHANGE A father fearing an earthquake in tthe- region of his home sent his two boys to a distant friend until the peril should be over A few weeks after the father- received this letter from his friend- PleasetI take your boys home and scud downi the earthquake IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered by the Henderson Route Between Louisville and St Lolls Commencing Sunday June 20 Ken- tuckys popular line the Henderson route will inaugurate a safe and fast day- service between Louisville and St Louis In each direction and will improve the time and equipment generally of aU trains between these points Three dally trains will be operated in each direction on the following safe schedules between- Louisvtl1e and St Louis- Leave Louisville 830 am 0 p m and 7 amu arrive St Louis 010 p m 720- a m and 010 f m The equipment is brand new just from the shops of the most modern vestibule- pattern and is as fine as on any train ppo- eratlng in or out of Kentucky The 830 a m train through without change of cars will be composed of Pul1wan- observation parlor cars free reclining chair cars dining cars and high back seat passenger coaches The 0 p m train throughwithout change of cars will con sist of Pullman sleeping cars free re dining chaircars and high back seat pus senger coaches The dining cars on day trains will serve mealsl ala carte you pay only for what you get AU trains will leave from and arrive Ilit the venthstreet Union depot Louis YUle arriving at and departing from the- magnificent new Union Station St Louis For any other information call upon nM Womack City Passenger AxeDt 830 Fourth avenue LouisvilleTOT PsungesAgsntl08 n o wUiIIl11lll1l1111fIIl 11l1l11111lIIlItIUlllllill11111II11lIfIG1 IWmSpringerSonsl ww r g H J WAGNER Prop ww MINERAL WATERSE w Both Telephones 806 = w M- ww 230 THIRD AVBNUEXl7iiiini- mmimiimiiniiiiiinmiiimiiimiiiiiiiiimimiiimiiit 1 JOSMORTHORST C 9 DEALER IN Cloi roe 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Cigars and Tobaccos SEVENTH AND JEFFERSON STS AUGUST KEENANDIALER IN Fine Groceries Produce t Fresh Meats and Vegetables All Kinds of Poultry and Game in SeAson 1t14 W lARBEISrRE I o Banks Pfwer44L Bwfc tolfwwl fm le alt Paelse tfe rnr c Li IICG n