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I KENTUCKY isu 1 EiiicA1NL VOLUME XIII =NO 2 LOUISVILLE SATL4DAY JULY 9 LM4 PRICE FIVE CENTS IMPOSINGI I Ceremonies Marked the Silver Jubilee Celebration of Father Ohio J Beloved Pastor of St Vincent do Pauls Church Highly Honored Bishop Priests and Parishion ors Pay Tribute to His V Worth KIND WORDS FROM THE BISHOP The celebration of the silver jubilee of the Rev Father Louis C Ohle rector of St Vincent de Pauls church which took place last Sunday was an event in Catholic religious circles not soon to be forgotten Father Oble is not only popular with his own congregation but is loved by all who enjoy the pleasure of his acquaintance The exact date of the consecration of Father Ohle into the holy priesthood was June 29 but in order to make the occasion more imposing his parishioners concluded to have the cele bration on Sunday following the date of his ordination The occasion will long remembered Of course the religious observance wasI the most important part of the celebra tion but the civic part will long beI cherished by the popular pastor of St Vincent de Pauls as one of the mostI pleasant parts of the ceremonies and one of the pleasant events of his life Long before the hour set for the t religious exercises in commemoration of the silver jubilee of Father Ohle ou Sun day morning at 10 oclock the avenues leading to the church were crowdedwith the parishioners and friends of the popular priest The Right Rev Bishop McCloskey the venerable Bishop of the diocese of Louisville though full of years and fatigue with other duties was present when the ceremonies begun and afterward paid a high tribute to Father Ohle for his distinguished services in the cause of religion and education for all ofwhich Father Ohle and his congrega tion feel indebted to the Bishop who graced the occasion with his presence The solemn high mass was begun at 10 oclock with Father Ohle us celebrant and the Rev Patrick Walsh as deacon and the Rev Father Peter Berreshelm as subdeaconThe Reverend Bishop was seated on a throne in the sanctuary especially prepared for him His deacons of honor were the Rev Fathers Daniel OSullivan and B H Westerman At the conclu sion of the mass the Rev Father Lee Greullcb O S P of St Anthonys church delivered the sermon on the life and services of Father Ohle He paid a 4 fitting tribute to the reverend jubilarian as priest and citizen The sermon was delivered in German and was highly eloquent Many were moved to tears The church was beautifully decorated for the occasion and all the surroundings were pleasant and beautiful to the be holder It being a silver jubilee the decorations were appropriate to theI occasion silver doves ornamenting the streamers which were made up of the Papal and national colors as well as the German colors Immediately after the mass the clergy were entertained by Father Ohle in the large hall of th school building The Right Reveren- Bishop was the only speaker and be paid a high tribute to the services o Father Ohle saying that he was a credit to the priesthood and one whom the clergy could look up toss a guide At the banquet were quite a number of the most prominent clergy of the city In the evening at 8 oclock in th school hall connected with the churc the reverend jubilarian was again congrat ulated by the members of his congrega tion All of the societies united withI the congregation gave Father Ohle aI 10huJwhich has a large representation in thisi I congregation was largely represented Father Ohle is their spiritual adviser Mr Charles Hnbbuch was the spokes man in the congratulatory address whichI was a very beautiful tribute to their worthy spiritual leader The whole occasion was an exceedingly pleasantl event There were many calls made for Fathers Ohle and Bohlsen who respondedII with happy and grateful remarks Rev Denis Murphy Father Thomas White William Me Higgins and John Schaldae also congratulated the jubilarian and all1 Identified with the celebration Father Ohle has done much forthe congregation of St Vincent de Paul an I his congregation hopes that he may live long enough to permit them to participate jj in his golden jubilee Father Louis Co Ohle was born on September 16 1852 in the province ofWet phslla Germany He attended the civilj schools in his native country acquittingf himself with honor throughout the course After his graduation from these he came Clerk of the Civil Court He came to America in 1871 and a year later he entered the Capuchin College at Calvary J Wisconsin Leaving in 1874 became to Bardatown where he entered the semis ary Two years after this he came to tbVpieatoti Park Seminary He was o- edlHd a priett on JHM 90iuI the e f Cathedral si BanJMown by BitHop Will a ism George McCloskey He entered upon his career as a priest at the Cath I edral of the Assumption in this city as assistant priest He was later transferred to Bardstown where he became a professor in the academy in addition to his duties as a priest In 1880 he was appointed Secretary to the Bishop which position he was compelled to resign in 1882 on account of illhealth He was then assigned to the St Matthews church at Jeffersontown whence he went in 1886 to the Church of St Joseph in Owensboro While here he completed the church building and built the priests house In 1891 he took up the work at the St Francis church on the Bardstown road which he left in 1900 to assume I the duties he now has as the successor of the Rev Father John Helsing who died in that year The church of which he is now the pastor has prospered under his charge Last year it celebrated its silver anniversary with fitting ceremonies I The parish numbers about 700 families and over 650 children are en rolled in the parochial school Father Ohle is regarded as one of the strongest men among the Louisville priesthood CATHOLIC FEDERATION Delegates to State Conven ion to Be Held In This City c The regular monthly meeting of the t Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies at Hibernian Hall last Friday i night was an Interesting and busy one President James B Kelly occupied the i chair and had read a number of com munications the most important being j from National Secretary Matre who promised to attend the Kentucky State i conventionSeventeen organizations responded teSecretary Cooneys roll call after which the Membership Committee reported that nothing further would be done until j after the national convention when there would be stronger lines to act upon Quite an amount of discussion was evoked when the question of a State convention was presented and was participated in by Dr F S Clark Alderman Fowler and W C Smith who made earnest talks sand suggested action that would entitle Kentuckys delegates to seats in the national convention at Detroit Dele gates expressed their surprise at the inaction of President Witte whom they elected because they thought him the man for the place Dr Clark and Clarence Zook favored corresponding with the National Executive Committee and upon their motion Secretary Cooney was Instructed to write Anthony Matre re garding the Kentucky situation and ask him for suggestions The official call for the national con vcntion watt read also letters saying Bishop Foley and the Federation of Detroit would care for all who came The call was a lengthy one and gave a history oi the movement which has made steady t progress since 1901 After deciding to meet on the second a Thursday hereafter instead of the first 1 Friday the following were elected dele gates and alternates to the State conven tion to be held here July 24 Messrs William M Higgins Dr J W Fowler Dr F S Clark Eugene Cooney lames B Kelly Thos J Garvey Louis F 1 Steiuert AJ Sheridan Clarence Zook Thomas Sheehan Dr Fowler advocated inviting all Catholics to the convention citing the Feder ation gatherings in New York Pennsylvania i and elsewhere He also favored i opening the convention with a high mass Upon motion the matter of ar j ranging for the convention was referred Countdy e Statfe meeting generous being unani mously accepted An adjournment wasI it taken to next Thursday night when some very important business must be transacted PARISILouisville Hibernians Will Conduct Big Initiation There Tomorrow morning a large delegation of local Hibernians will accompany the State and county officers to Peril where therafternoon A team picked from the feu divisions and numbering twenty willI confer the degrees The Hibernian of Paris have been corresponding with State resident Keenan and County President Sullivan for some time ere at a conference held Tuesday night iit 1was decided to hold the initiation tomorrow afternoon The party will leave in the morning over the Southern and 1will be met at Lexington by a reception committee proceeding then to Paris vi the electric railway It has been hinted that a pleasant surprise is in store for the visitors who will return tomorrow nightt The Paris division has been making rapid stride of late and it is expected that tomorrows initiation wilt double the membership beANNUAL RETREAT The Sisters of Providence one of the great Catholic teaching orders are now assembling at the the mother house at St Marys in the Wood near terre Haute for their annual retreat Slaters from all parts of the country met tbU QfIU o PLEASING I 4 Close of the Kentucky Irish Americans Groat Popularity Contest Everybody Satisfied and Hundreds of Subscribers Add d to Lists Mamie Riley Thomas Fltzgib bon and Michael Rolcliort and Wife Victors PRIZES READY FOR TUB WINNERS I The popularity contest inaugurated by the Kentucky Irish American last year closed on Wednesday night under the most favorable and pleasant auspices and all interested persons were satisfied with the announced result The proposition of the management of this paper was to send to the St Louis Exposition one married couple onei single gentleman and one single lady contingent upon the number of votes cast in the popularity contest There were thirtyseven entries in the contest thirteen married couples twelve single ladies and twelve single gentlemen all made up of the best people in Louisville From the outset there was rivalry in a friendly way between the contestants The result was that Miss Mamie Riley received 20014 votes as the most popular single lady Mr and Mrs Michael Reich rt received 16920 votes as the most popular married couple and Thomas Fitzgibbon 23245 votes as the most popular single gentleman The judges- of the election were Messrs Patrick Bannon Jr Michael Tynan and Joseph Hanrahan all men of high repute in the community These gentlemen met at the publication office of the Kentucky Irish American on Wednesday night after canvassing the vote declared the result awarding the prizes to the above named persons they having each received the highest number of votes Miss Riley who received the highest vote is one of the most popular and amiable young women in Louisville Prom the start her friends worked un T ceasingly for her She is the daughter of Corporal John Riley and perhaps the most popular girl employed by the Cum icrland Telephone Company When the result became known her admirers pre sented her a costly diamond ring and tonight the Utopian Club will honor her with a serenade in celebration of her victory Thomas Fitzgibbon who re ceived the highest number of votes in the single mens contest is one of the best known men in the city He is now employed in the police department and is Lieutenant taking high rank among superiorsOne pleasing surprises in the contest was the interest taken in it by Germans whose favorite seemed to be Michael Reichert At the close Mr Reichert had 16920 votes leading alls the other married couples Mr Reichert is a well known resident of South Louis ville and is employed in the Kentucky Wagon Works He and his estimable wife will go to St Louis at the expense of this paper and as a result of their 1 entry into the contest the Kentucky Irish I American has a larger constituency its GermanAmerican friends Mr Joh H Hennessey who was second in this contest is one of the most popular lrishtt men in Louisville Mr and Mrs lIen nessey received 13711 votes It is with some feeling of pride an satisfaction that the management of the Kentucky Irish American announces the close of its contest It has been a strain almost from the start Its success has been phenomenal More than 2600 sub subscribers have been added to our lists and many of our old subscribers have become so interested that they have re newed their subscriptions from one to five years in advance The contest has been conducted in aI friendly spirit and not the least frictionI has resulted between the several aspir ants Although some may be disappointed none made complaint of unfair treatmentt on the part of their rivals Owing to the lateness of the hour when the decision- r was made the Kentucky Irish AmeriacnI has pot the required time to give fuller particulars of the close of the contest but this will be done In a later issue The management of the paper return- d thanks to all who participated and con gratulates thewinnera The total vote cast for the various can didates was as follows SINOIK LADY Mamie Riley 24F- a Ella OConnell 18849 Mary Foley 14927 Margaret Norton 9710 Alice Walsh 8450 Catherine Couadeau 8026 Julia Kelly N u 6700 Manic Keenan 6600 Mary Cavanaugh 5985 Margaret Tobinf i r 416 Lady HefifertMa 408 Maggie Welak 1400a- iNCXJC CXNTUtUAX Lieut Tom Titagibbba tf i if 23845 Frank McDoitogb 16771 Charles RaWyY 1113D TOM CawlMd j i 96bI ltd Dwlton + n r 99013 JohnCavanaugh tfO Jc IOUR PRIZEWINNERS MISS MAMi RILEY 1 1 LIEUT TOM FIT GlBnONIt Louis Dugan 8836 J JobnCrotty 7160 t TomFurlong 4400j Will McNally H 4250j George Percy Wells a 4148I Ed Toomey 2976 MARRIED co TPLU I Michael Reichert and wif 18020 t 1John H Hennessey andwife 13711 I John J Sullivan and wife 9850 Dan McKenna d wifet UL 9878- homas Dolan artdwife 8250- ThomasDCliti eanu wite rJijJII Harry Brady and wife 7650 I John Meagher and wife 6600 Joseph P McGinn and wire 5550 Dave Burke and wife 5600 1 Pat F McCarthy and wife 4450 W G ORourke and wife 4450 I John J McGurk and wife 4400 I JL I DOING SPLENDID WORK I I Ladles Auxiliary Listens to J Reports and Good t I Advlee t The Ladles Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians met in regular sea lots Wednesday night and those present feel highly elated over the evenings work The organization is making splen did progress and at every meeting appli cations for membership are received Four more members were obligated Mrs Ella Connelly Miss Nellie Cunningham Mrs George Butler and Mrs JulianKelly as Secretary was received and after a spirited contest between Misses Mayme Sullivan Maggie Callahan and May Corcoran the first electedd to be the guests of Division 4 next Wednesday night was read and accepted Miss Mary Cavanaugh and Miss Ella OConnell urge all the members to meet them Wednes day evening and visit the Limerick men The newly prepared bylaws were submit ted and discussed but final action was postponed until the next business meet ingBefore adjourning some excellent advice was given by Misses Mary Sheridan Rose Sweeney and Maggie Coughlin who urged their hearers to increase their efforts to bring the membership up to six hundred OLDHAM CLUB Will Give Grand Charity Pic H41sPark The Oldhatn Club recently organizedl and composed of the most substantialI thisiI issue grand chatyplcnlc l will be given at Phoenix Hill Park onI Thursday afternoon and evening July 21 Special arrangements will be made for the entertainment of children in th afternoon when they will be admittedi free of charge A competent committee will look after them and have many at tractions that will amuse them Forth coneb l end dancing con sup per carved by the Ladies Auxiliary For sonic time regular tneetinga have been held in Wagners Hall on Seventh street from where the committees are bring di rected The proceeds Of this ptanlc willl be devoted ejcclolv ly to charity and w t therefore predict the largest gathering can u biiyeaatPLoudHiltPuke l c 7i if IRISHWEEKN- ational Interest In the Great Athletic tames July 1724 at Worlds Fair Sports of Gaelic Organizations Will Command Much Attention Members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Will Participate MANY NOTABLE ATHLETES ENTERED I During Irish week at the StLouis Ex i position July 17 to 24when the An cient Order of Hibernians will be in ses sion the most important athletic events I in the history of the country will takett place No games held in St Louis forII t many years have attracted the widespread attention that the Irish games have anllII up to the present moment John J OCon t nor President of the Western Association of the A A U who has charge of thesejj ports has received applications for entry blanks from nearly every State in the I Union besides requests for information regarding the rules of competition and especially in regard to the rules that govern the weight events Ever since sport has been recognized the Irish athlete has been noted for hisII prowess with the weights hammer shot or heavy stone John Flanagan of the Greater New York Irish A C holds theII worlds record for both the hammer and the fiftysix pound weight Up to a few months ago Gorgau of Ireland claimed the record for the sixteen pound shot Martin Sheridan of the Irish team ofI New York holds the record for the discus throw the classic sport of the ancient Athenian days And now comes to i American shores Thomas Kiely of Car rickonSulr Ireland holder of seven worlds records for throwing heavy stoneI both for height and distance and winner this week of the worlds allround chain pionshipThousands of members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will attend the na fleas convention L9J te inIlEese- gameaSlJa fiin The sportsw ll be inaugurated July 17 with an open handi cap meeting at the St Louis Fair- Grounds under the auspices of the Hi bernians Every event on the list of A A U championships will be presented at this meeting with the exception of the hammer and discus throws as the Fair Grounds is not a safe place to hold these two events and in their stead the run ning hop step and jump and sack race have been added The hop step and jump was formerly one of the best contested and most admired of the field sports of the A A U and is known in Ireland as the hop skip and jump In this event many oldtime athletes will compete and many of the new material that is now out in St Louis The event was on the programme at the first Olym piad held at Athens and was won by an American James B Connolly of the Suf folk A C Boston In order to entertain St Louis enthus lasts a special team race has been ar ranged for the Hibernian games between members of the local police and fire de partments These races always attract many and furnish plenty of entertain went for local firemen and policemen A new feature has also been added to the Hibernian games in the way of outdoor wrestling Three events have been placed upon the programme and divided into three classes those for men who weigh 125 135 and 160 pounds Gold medals will be awarded the winners in each classThe Irish sports at the Fair are to ex tend over a period of three days Besides the track and field sports there will be two international championships con tested hurling and football the latter Gaelic football Application for entry blanks for football have been received from many teams both in the East and West and one entry is already in the hands of the local committee that of the Fenian Football Team of Chicago There is a league that plays a schedule at Chicago annually which embraces St Paul and Detroit and the winner of the cham pionship will compete at St Louis In the hurling championship the Shamrocks of Canada will send a team as will1 also the Shamrocks OConnells and Irish Boys of Massachusetts and two of the best teams in New York City San Francisco will be represented by a team in thisI event From present indications ten championshipsThe sports at the Stadium will close July 23 and the attention of visitors willl be turned to the Nationalists games at the Fair grounds Sunday July 24 In atethis meet the Nationalists have offered a diamond medal to every athlete wh creates a new worlds record John Flan agan Martin Sheridan Thomas Kiely and several of the weight men have announced their intention of competing at these games so that worlds records are not an impossibility especially in the big weight SATOLLlS EXCURSION The anneal excursion of SatolH Court ell takes plane tUU evening the boa- leagiheg t l hePiIlltfstreet toekpt 6 oclock o c The committee that has charge of affair are old reliables and more carethisII been taken in the arrangements than before We feel safe in saying that there will not be a hitch to mar the pleasure of Shastention in looking after the comfort and welare of their friends and are concen trating their every effort to have the af fair the mosl pleasant one that ever sailed up the Ohio Supper will be served on the boat and an orchestra will accompany the party An interesting programme will be carried out and the return home be made about 103- 0FORMER SYRACUSANS What the Catholic Sun Says of the OSullivan Family A little note making the round of sev eral Catholic exchanges relates that Rev St John OSullivan who recently cele brated his first mass at the Cathedral in Louisville is one of three brothers who are priests Not long ago something similar was recorded of three Massachu setts brothers who became priest and the fact was held remarkable at the timeIThe Sun believes the OSullivan fam fly record is even more remarkable than that of the Massachusetts brethren Twentyfive or thirty years ago theI father and mother of those three young clergymen settled in Syracuse shortly after coming from Ireland OSullivan pere was a boot and shoe maker and worked several years at his trade in this city A brother Patrick J OSullivan I is still engaged in the same trade in this city Two of the three priests were born in Syracuse Another brother Patrick OSullivan now winning high distinc tion as a pianist and composer at Berlin Germany was born in Syracuse After that the father and mother removed to Kentucky with their little family There they began life humbly but as the years went by they amassed a competence Other children came to them and it may truthfully be said that all A possess great ability One son has written splendid poetry some of which has been published in highclass magazines Another younger than Patrick is a pianist of considerable power All are sincere upright and highly es teemed by all who know them No man in Louisville is more highly esteemed than their aged fatherl1This is on outline of one Irish family It howatvbatlhe abloE pro 1itncinggrv Laiian uniYt Lverya now and then some ultraAmerican leaps into the limelight and predicts frightful things happening to our country because of the coming of so many Irish Is it not plain that it IsR blessed thing fora America that such Irish people as OSul livan and his wife come to its shores And the instance is not exceptional Any 5 one by looking about him a little can find plenty of cases wonderfully similar The Catholic Irish with all their fami lies are doing their part in making Amer j ica great a CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Ask Change of the Date Fort Holding State Convention I As the Worlds Fair management hasE set aside Tuesday September 13 as Catholic Knights day and the Central Committee of this city have arranged forf a great Catholic excursion for that ventJJ many of the branches are passing resolu tions calling upon State President Veenett man and the Executive Council to change the date for holding the State biennial c convention Many Kentucky Knights I will want to take advantage of the oppor I tunity offered them by the Central Com I mittee and therefore the branches will petition the State Council to call the convention for Monday September 5 instead of September 13 The petitions I should be sent to State Secretary John Score 1314 Seventh street This years j convention will be an important oneII therefore it is desired to hold it on a date when all who want to can attend- S 5 LAND SALES In Ireland Under New Land Act Not up to Ex pectations A return has just been issued showing that up to the first of May sales under the new land act have been completed to the tune of fl135000 a taint tune in deed that iIs hard to be heard among the dying echoes of the vociferous shouting in the columns of the press which hailed the advent of the act The returns show that the average price was twenty three years purchase twentythree the yearly rent of the Parma The ten ant baa sixtyeight and H half years if the Lord spare himself and his Sons so porchomoney The treasury meantime advances to the landlord the full sum and a sop over and above in Parliatuentaay tan guage a bonus for being a good boy an consenting to accept for the land that t not his and never was one and a halftimes its price The return states that over and above these sales haye been entered into for the sale another 2000000 wrtllAll Utia YI of i course fleabite but Itiisa beginning tlUther ee wU1 fno + lmoreaiidlrapidly i I IU or I GOOD ToBE HERE WJ of Those Who Visited Sacred Heart Retreat Sunday Immaculate Conception Sodal ity Celebration Attracts Largo Numbers The Very Rev Father Richard Preaches An Instructive Sermon l TIMELY ADVICE TO YOUNG PEOPLE It is good for us to be here Such must have been the sentiments of all andsuch were the expressed feelings of most of those who gathered at the Sacred Heart Retreat last Sunday afternoon to part in the special monthly meeting- of the Immaculate Conception Sodality Once a year during the summer season the sodality of young men and young take occasion of the usual monthly meeting to honor our Blessed Mother in a manner that is calculated to r win from others the reverence and honor due to her To this annual celebration the public is cordially invited and cet tainly those who on Sunday last accepted the invitation were more than compensated for whatever inconvenience the journey to the home of the Passionlst Fathers occasioned them The celebration which was held in the chapel of the Retreat or as it is called the parish church of the girl martyr St Agnes began with the singing of the hymn Macula non est in te The singing was taken up by the entire congregation more than half of which could not gain entrance to the chapel special feature of the singing was the part taken by the boys and girls choir which made its debut at this service The children had been trained by Mrs James Murphy Her efforts were rewarded by the issue which was most successful and therefore very gratifying to all who were fortunate enough to be Then followed the recitation of Our Ladys office by the members of the sodality the young men and women ng Then theckildrensTrcioiri charmed the audience with a hymri4tt honor of the Sacred Heart One of the most interesting items of the programme was the plain forcible thoroughly instructive sermon on matrimony which the Very Reverend Rector of the Retreat preached to the congregation Prudently he introduced his subject How to Keep Company by reminding his hearers of the sacra mentalnature of matrimony and then in well chosen words suggested as only a thoroughly equipped priest and missionary can how company is kept by Christian and Catholic young people Father Batretts experience not only with Catholics but with those outside the fold to whom he has preached most successfully in churches and public halls his having come in contact with persons of all classes and of all shades of belief rendered him indeed an expert on the subject of matrimony which as he him self said is always most interesting to young and old The religious services were brought to close with benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament at which Rev Father Gilbert officiated Mrs Chase of musi cal celebrity presided at the organ and did much with the aid of the senior choir in contributing td the success of the occasion At the conclusion of the services the congregation heartily joined in the singing of the hymn Holy God We Praise Thy Name The entire assembly then gathered on the beautiful lawn and listened appreci atively to some numbers rendered by the Presentation Academy orchestra Dur ing this recital the members of the so- dality distributed to the friends who had honored them by their presence some light refreshments All in all the cele bration was a signal success The mem bers of the sodality may well congratu late themselves on the progress they have already achieved as a religious body Their organization is now in a flourishing condition and it promises to continue of great practical benefit to the fervent young people enrolled in it- S 5 URGENT REQUEST Made to Members of the St Vincent de Paul Society W Members of the Particular Council of sthe St Vincent de Paul Society are asked to bear in mind that the regular monthly meeting will be held In St French Hall next Monday evening at S oclock Every conference is urgently requested by Preel dent Campbell to be represented as suitable arrangements must be perfected willdpatron StfBrigida church on Sunday morning July 24 when all the conference will sofbody St DrigldsOGl1 ference sad the ladles of the parish have gene to work to prepare a fitting reetp Hoc tar the Vincentians 6u that day Mry vr z tr JoC tQNTUOKY rnxsiiiic s KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN IIIINIMMMMIIIIN it9ovotod to the Moral end Social Advancement of all IrluU AtnefloaMH KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINtiNG co PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C entered at the Louisville Postofflco ma Socoll Class Matter ddrer OreenStreetaeIl 4 TRADESUNIONCOUNCI i JOUISVILL- L I t9o4yBREAK THEM UP The so called fishing camps on the banks of the Ohio river above and below the falls where disreput able men and women congregate should be broken up by the officers of the Commonwealth Of course this does not apply to the respectable e ones where men and women go during the summer for an outing and for health and recreation We refer to the fishing camps where poker keno craps roulette and other games of chance are carried on in daylight in which some few city and county officials and other citizens of alleged good repute are said to participate Disreputable women frequent these camps day and night and particularly at night Drunkenness debauchery and riot ous conduct follow of course al though all visitors may not be guilty Col Brennan Chairman of the Board of Public Safety is quoted as saying that he would break up these unlawful camps if he could and well he might considering that f one of his associates on the board was killed or murdered last Sunday morning at one of them But Col Brennan says the camps are outside of the city limits and the police powers of the board do not extend beyond the city boundary line If this be true and it doubtless is a fact it devolves upon Sheriff Schmitt and Commonwealths At torney Huffaker to break up these disreputable places Both of these officials have excellent records They are destined to go higher in public confidence and estimation if k they carry out the law as to sup pressing these camps where gam 3 3bling drunken debauchery and crime is committed in defiance of law The public looks to them for immediate action- CARRYING CONCEALED DEAD LY WEAPONS Probably in no large city in the country is the practice so common of carrying concealed deadly weapons as in Louisville Out on the plains among the Indians there might be some excuse fdr carrying weapons of defense but the prac tice in a city the size of Louisville with its ample police protection for all wayfarers is absolutely rude fensible It is admitted that public officials and citizens generally carry deadly weapons in Louisville The practice has grown until it is now common though the law says that any person found with a deadly weapon concealed upon his person police authorities excepted shall be subject to a fine and not less than thirty days imprisonment in the county jail It is high time the law officers were enforcing this salutary statute It is now a dead letter and has been a dead letter for years The practice of carrying concealed deadly weapons ought to be made disreputable and infamous iu the sight of every lawabiding citizenDuring the past year a number of manslaughters not to say mur ders have resulted in Louisville from the practice of carrying con cealed weapons No selfrespect ing man should carry a concealed deadly weapon In the first place it is an evidence of cowardice and in t the next it is against the law It will take time to break up the evil in Louisville and in Kentucky but the way to begin the reform is for the police to arrest every offender 0endd for the Judge of the Police Court to impose the full penalty against every one convicted no matter what his position in society With the practice of carrying concealed deadly weapons stopped M there would be 100 per cent less manslaughter cases in Louisville every year CATHOLIC POPULATION The Catholic population iu the three Palls CitiesLouisville New Albany and Jeffersonvilleis esti mated at 75000 souls Considering the fact that Louisville was settled over one hundred years ago this is not a large number of Catholics compared with Chicago or St Paul which were yet wilderness settle ments when Louisville was putting on city airs All things considered however Catholicity has made great progress in the Palls Cities It has had much to contend with includ ing Knownothingism and A P A ism The firstnamed movement drove Catholic immigration away from the Palls Cities and from Ken tucky generally and the wonder is that So many Catholics remained after 18545 considering the hard ships they had to undergo The A P A movement amounted to little or nothing It only served to bring Catholics together The Catholic population of the three Palls cities is made up of the best people in the three communities In the city of Louisville alone there are thirtytwo Catholic churches In New Albany and Jeffersonville there are four Cath olic churches making thirtysix in all in the three cities and all of these churches with but few ex ceptions have excellent parochial schools and the parents of the pu pils besides paying taxes to sup port the public schools also pay for the maintenance of the schools con ducted by the church in order to provide a Christian education for their children When all of these things are taken into consideration the Catholics of the three Falls Cities can point with pride to the record they have made In the past decade Catholicity has made greater progress in this section than ever before Non Catholics are beginning to under stand and appreciate the work the church is doing and bigots are be coming fewer every day It should be the aim of every Catholic by precept and example to show his fellowcitizens of all denominations that to be a Catholic is to be a law abiding sober and patriotic American If this is done the Catholic population will continue to grow in power and influence for good The License Board should cease granting licenses for negro saloons There are too many of them now and all are a disgrace and annoy ance to the community wherever located This promiscuous grant ing of licenses for disorderly houses will certainly lead to action that will not be welcomed by members of the board nor the respectable saloonkeepers A hint to the wise etc The Kentucky Irish American has been complimented on all sides for theissue of last week celebrat ing the anniversary of the founda tien of the paper So well pleased were some of our friends that they sent letters of congratulation and many new subscriptions for all of which the management feels grate ful The Syracuse Catholic Sun issued a splendid number last week in celebration of its twelfth anni versary The Sun gains in bright ness as it grows older and the Kentucky Irish American takes pleasure in tendering its congratu lations and wishing all connected with our cotemporary continued guccett 0- tI r- j 7 S0G1ETYi Mr and Mrs James JV Clary left Fri day for the Worlds Fair Fred Wempe spent a quiet but pleasant Fourth at West Baden Springs Joseph Huffaker Is enjoying a ten days rest at West Baden Springs Dennis Gleeson has been enjoying a season of rest and recreation at West Baden Springs Miss Mary Riley of 1117 West Broad way left Wednesday for a trip to Niagara Falls and Atlantic City Miss Katherine F Hallinan left last Wednesday and will spend two weeks with friends at Salem Ind Miss Babe Hutti has gone to Chicago and Downers Grove Ill to spend a month with relatives and friends Misses Amy Phelps and Ludle Kaye and Zack Phelps are at New Haven where they will spend the summer Spalding Coleman and wife expect to leave today for Wequetonsing where they will spend the summer months fc Miss Mary Belle Spalding has returned to her home at Lebanon after spending a pleasant week with friends in this city Misses Mary and Ella Trainor are visiting friends in the East and will spend some time in Philadelphia and New York City Mr John T Malone and family left Monday to spend the heated term in their beautiful cottage at Bay View Mich Misses Lee and Katherine McCloskey have gone to the Worlds Fair and will not return until after the Hibernian con vention Col M Muldoon who has been at the St Louis convention and the Worlds Fair for a week will return to Louisville on Monday Mr and Mrs J J Flynn have been spending the week in St Louis visiting the Worlds Fair and friends in Mr Flynns old home Miss Stella Carter who is visiting Miss Anna Nolan at Bowling Green was the guest of honor at a trolley party given Thursday evening Mr and Mrs Daniel F Murphy are at French Lick Springs where Mrs Mur phy has been advised to remain for some time for her health Rev Father Cunningham is in St Louis and was one of the visitors from Kentucky at the Democratic convention He also attended the Exposition Miss Minnie R Campbell of 1623 West Jefferson street left Friday to spend several weeks visiting relatives and friends in Cincinnati Newport and Maysville Miss Annie McGill will leave next week for New York and will sail July 20 to spend the rest of the summer in Paris She will return home about the middle of September Harry Binford who was operated on at St Josephs Infirmary is making rapid progress toward recovery and will be able to be removed to his home within a few days Mrs Patrick Walsh and daughter Miss Ada left Tuesday to spend the month at Atlantic City after which Miss Walsh will visit friends at Rochester remaining there till fall Miss Clara E Smith of 2422 Bank street has just been operated on success fully at the Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hos pital and is expected to be able to be removed home next week Mr and Mrs Henry Paslick have returned from their wedding trip Mr Paslick is the confidential clerk for the Fergusons oil and soap manufacturers and is a very popular man Councilman Lawrence Ford of Jeffer sonville left Monday night for a two weeks pleasure trip to Columbus and New York Larry will pay some attention to the municipal government of those cities during his visit William Perry the lawyer and George Perry of the Baltimore Si Ohio city passenger office have left for a ten days trip to Baltimore Washington and New York They have many friends in the metropolis where a good time awaits them Mrs James Stewart and daughter Miss Minnie Thomas will return the lat ter part of this month from Martinsville Ind Mrs Stewarts numerous friends will be rejoiced to learn that she is recov ering from her long and painful illness of rheumatism Miss Mayme Ryan who has been here for several weeks the guest of her aunt Mrs William Patterson and the Misses Ida and Eva Raidy leaves Monday for her home in St Loris Miss Ryan made many friends during her visit who will be glad to again welcome her to Louis ville Mr Henry Baumgarten the well known wine importer on Third street celebrated the thirtyseventh anniversary of his birth on the Fourth of July He was the recipient of many handsome presents from his intimate friends Mr Baumgarten is one of the most popular liquor men in the city A very delightful surprise party was tendered Edward McMahon at his home 1210 Lexington street by his young friends in honor of his fifteenth birthday The evening was devoted to games and IChaIlwen seated to an 11I8icafterwh bte tipper Those t Mary Kianey Mary i and Katie Whalen Jeanie Kldd Helen Bolger Anna and Mary Burns Ella and Mary McMahon Messrs James Whalen John McGratb Elmer Kearns Edward McMahon John and James McMahon Bernard McMahon Mrs W Bolger and Mr and Mrs John McMahon Miss Amelia Anna McBride entertained sixteen of her young friends Tuesday at her home iu honor of her sixteenth birthday The parlors were tastefully decorated and an elegant luncheon was served the happy young girls TheI young hostess presided with charm- Ing grace and received many hearty con gratulations Those present were Misses Mary Hurst Mary Kieffer Anna Reeder Mary Sheridan Imelda Shea Mary Soban Lavinia Gnau Edith Klngealty Catherine Fitzgerald Jennie Gnau Josephine Kingealty Katharine Dowling Margaret McCrory Amelia Stateler Emma McBride and Amelia McBride Mr and Mrs Charles Cottom enter tained the Shippitigport Outing Club on the Fourth of July Pleasing features were the happy speech of Charles Furst and the recitations singing and amuse ments contributed by the little folks Those present were Messrs and Mes dames Henry C Gathof Frank A Gathof George A Gathof Gerhard Gathof Alex Gathof H G Gathof H Alsmiller Charles Furst Nicholas Kern Charles Cottom Mrs Nellie Keenan Mrs Fred Kellar Misses Annie Stam merman Mary Kern Emma Gathof Emma Gathof Florence Gathof Jose phine Gathof Nellie Keenan Annie Belle Furst Frances Kern Marie Gathof Messrs Leo Gathof Edward Cottom Masters Sylvester Gathof Fred Keenan Francis Gathof Edward Gathof John Alsmiller C and H Gathof One of the seasonsmost notable and beautiful weddings was solemnized on Wednesday morning at 830 oclock when Miss Rose Seng and Joseph M Zahner were married at St Louis Ber trands church by the Rev Father Raffo The ceremony was preceded by a nuptial mass by the Rev Dr J R Volr George Selby played the wedding music and prior to the ceremony came a recital Charles Letzler also gave two violin numbers The music was especially elaborate because Miss Seng is one of the most prominent members of the choir of the church The ushers were Messrs Will lam Imorde Joseph McGill Frank Huber William Bosler Ben Metcalfe Mrs William Bosler was the matron of honor Miss Seng is the daughter of J H Seng who is prominent in real estate circles and the groom is individual book keeper of the Citizens National Bank TRINITY COUNCIL ANNUAL People of the city generally and the East End especially are anxiously await- Ing the arrival of Monday July 28 when Trinity Council Y M I will give its annual outing at Fern Grove There is no question but that Trinitys excursion will be among the memorable events of the season The young men having it in charge have perfected every detail for a day of real pleasure and safety and promise this year to surpass any they have ever given There will be music games refreshments and many forms of amusement Ample provision has been made to take care of a large crowdand as there may not be another such oppor tunity this year all who would enjoy a day at Fern Grove should go Moats will leave in the morning and at noon and re turn at a seasonable hour LAWN EUCHRE The first lawn euchre of the season is announced for Wednesday evening July 20 at the residence of Mrs Dr G P Beutel Sr 2202 Baxter avenue This will be one of the society events in the Highlands and will be conducted by a number of well known ladies the pro ceeds to be devoted to a worthy charity Quite a large number of handsome prizes will be awarded Both East Broadway and East Walnut cars pass the lawn If the weather should be inclement the euchre will be postponed till the next evening CHILDREN OET PROPERTY Mrs Bridget A McDonough one of the older and most highly respected Catholic women of this city passed peacefully to her eternal reward last Friday at her home on West Jefferson street Her funeral took place from the Cathedral where a markrd tribute was paid her memory Mrs McDonough is survived by a son and daughter Robert E McDonough and Mrs Tessie Krieger She left an estate worth 25000 which she willed to her son and daughter ELECTING DELEGATES Grand Secretary Lautz has issued of ficial notice to all councils of the Young Mens Institute to elect delegates to the Grand Council which convenes in Lex ington on August 2223 The elections must be held before July 24 and returns made to the Grand Secretary Notice Is also given of the levy of a per capita tax of twenty cents which must be paid before councils will be entitled to representation CATHOLIC WOMANS CLUB The event of greatest importance to the ladies of the Catholic Womans Club just now is their excursion up the river set for Wednesday eveuing August 10 Already extensive arrangements have been made for this excursion which the ladles hope to make a memorable one The steamer Columbia has been chartered and a pleasing programme will be presented WILL STUDY IN PARIS Mrs John A Hayes and daughters Misses Agnes and Angela Hayes will leave soon for New York and will then sail for Europe to be gone a year Mien Angela will spend the winter in Paris studying music In a convent while Lee mother aad ware toariBg the coati rent u 1 I- lJV 0 s SUGAR GROVE Selected E For Macktn Coun it t ells Annual Basket3 Picnic Y1 Mackiu Council will again take its members and friends to Sugar Grove for a days outing and recreation in August the day not yet being set The arrangements for this affair were placed in the hands of a special committee named by Chairman Will Shaughnessy and com pose of Messrs Pat Mallarkey Dan Weber George Lautz William Kerberg and Charles Raidy In the absence of President Shelley Will Shaughnessy presided Three ap plications were received and quite an amount of routine business was trans acted Reports were made that work on the new building would be pushed from now until its completion The increase in the initiation fee seems to give general satisfaction A big meeting is looked for next Tuesday nigh- tIRISHMEN Horscshocrs Do AH the Work In New York City In the last report of the Police Depart ment filed with the Comptroller there is given a full list of those who during the quarter preceding did horseshoeing for the department Of the two dozen names on the list all but two are Irish says the New York Sun While in nearly every other trade in New York City there has been so lively a competition as practically to transform it the ancient and honorable calling of horseshoer remains almost exclusively in strong Irish hands The gow or black smith Is an Irishman here though the Irish green grocer long ago gave place to the German corner groceryman Ger man barbers have been largely super seded by Italian barbers negro boot blacks by Italians Italian fruit dealers by Greeks Irish fish peddlers by Rus sians and Scotch by Swedish carpenters There would appear to be something about the work of the horseshoer which is very attractive to the Irish mechanic KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Council 714 of New Orleans has made the Morning Star its official paper Cincinnati Assembly 873 will provide a scholarship at St Gregorys Seminary for some worthy aspirant for sacerdotal honorsMissouri continues the organization of new councils one being instituted last Sunday at Marshall by District Deputy Hayes of Kansas City Theannual summer outing of the OhioI Knights will be held at PutInBay andl will be in charge of Gilmour Council of Cleveland Hotel Victory will be the headquarters where several novel feat ures of entertainment are promised The Knights of Northern New York exemplified the fourth degree at CUff Haven on July 4 A large attendance was present from New York and New England The arrangements were under the direction of Robert Powers master of the fourth degree of Binghamton George W Young received a letter from Supreme Knight Hearn of the Knights of Columbus announcing his appointment to the office of Territorial I Deputy of the order In Louisiana and Chief Executive in the State and representative of the Supreme Knights and the Board of Directors Under this ap pointment Mr Young is the duly authorized representative of Louisiana in all conventions of the national body of the order He will attend his first conven tion next year in Los Angeles California STRONG PAPER The various local branches of the Catholic Knights of America have re ceived a carefully prepared paper from John T Greene a well known lawyer of Philadelphia and Supreme Delegate from Pennsylvania giving his views on the subject of rerating Mr Greene is frank in his statements but as the paper will be read at the meetings and is quite lengthy we feel compelled to omit iit from our columns ORPHANS ANNUAL FESTIVAL The annual festival given by St Jos ephs orphans home will take place o theasylum grounds Wednesday July 27 beginning at 9 a m Elchhorna orches tra of twentyfive men will furnish the music and there will be plenty of amuse ments for both old and young The object for which the annual festival i given is a most worthy one and deserves the hearty support of the whole diocese HOME FROM COLLEGE Emmet B Kennedy who is studying for the priesthood at Mount St Marys College Emmitsburg Md is home to spend the summer vacation with his mother at 1507 Hull street Mr Ken nedy reports progress in his studies and is very enthusiastic over his alma mater He has enjoyed excellent health and hisJ friends are elated over his fine appear ance RESUMES HIS DUTIES Sylvester Rapier State Treasurer of the Catholic Knights of America an banker of New Haven who was seriously Injured while with the Knights of Colum bus at Mammoth Cave has so far recov ed that he is again able to resume his duties at the Lebanon bank This will be welcome news to his friends through out the State CHAMPION ATHLETE Thomas Kiely the Irish champio- ulatkletewoHt worlds championship defeating the five most tlte world Kiely will be 6- y U a t I It I It H SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE MENS FINE SUMMER SUITS Thies Is The W ay Tlaoy Are going Mens Fine 10 Suits 590 12 735 II 15 998 U 18 1198 i All Guaranteed to Give Perfect Satisfaction or Money Cheerfully Refunded EHRICH IQ COClothiers Hatters and Furnishers 319 TO J2o WEST JEFFeRSoN ST + MHHMMMMI + H IMMMMI MMHMMtMI I I MMMMHtMI I t + finB ee TWELFTH ANNUALsee- s UP THE RIV- EREXCURSION Satolli Glee Clubs- SUNSETI I SATURDAY JULY 9 1904 jj- W Steamer Columbia mLRever AIIRl crsveehdts ANNUAL CHARITY PICNIC GIVEN BY THE OLDHAM CLUB- At Phoenix Hill Park THURSDAYJULY2104MORBACHS Admission 25 Cents CHILDREN FREE oSlphMorthorstConnellyPinScore E II Wagner D J Meagher John Burke James J Kenealey Mike McDermott Thos J Lynch Pat Kilkenny John Crotty and Dave Burke ttttttnntnntnnnflntnmt tmtt ntntntnr ORPHANS FESTIVAL I E Wednesday July 27 1904 = Beginning at 9 a m on the grounds of the S3= iST JOSEPHS ORPHflNS HOME I= ORESCENT HILL = Extra Music by Eichorns Band of Twenty Five Men 3 = GRAND ILLUMINATION AT NIGHT = ADMISSION 25 CENTS7U- UIIIIIIIiIiilUlUliUililiiiliiHHlUlilU1lUUHUUIiUIUI seen in contests again and if the Hiber nians give a field day in Louisville he and Flanagan may give exhibitions BUYS NEW TYPE Editor Barry of the New Haven Echo has been here buying new type for his paper and job office The Echo has of apn pearance and news and its genial editor deserves the success that is now coming his way RERATINO PROBLEM- s Branch 24 of the Catholic Knights of America which meets next Thursday night will consider the rerating proposi tions submitted and as the question is an Important one President Brownfield wants all members to attend- IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered by the Henderson Route Between Louisville and 5L Louis Commencing Sunday June 26 Ken- tuckys popular line the Henderson route will inaugurate a safe and fast day servjce between Lcuisville and St Louis in each direction and will improve the time and equipment generally of all trains between these points Three daily trains will be operated in each direction betweendLouisville and St Louis Leave Louisville 830 am 9 p m and 7 a mj arrive St Louis 616 p m 720 em and 616 pm- Theequipmentisbrand new just from the shops of the moat modern vestibule pattern and is as fine as on any train operating in or out of Kentucky The 830 a m train through without change of care will be composed of Pullman observation parlor cars free reclining chair care dining cars and high back seat passenger coaches The 9 pm train through without change of ears will con 4- TI 0 JOCKEY CLUB PARK July 3 to July 16 WEBERAND Concert Given Rain or Shine slst of Pullman sleeping cars free re dining chair cars and high back seat passenger coaches The dining cars on day trains will serve meals a la carteyou pay only for what you get All trains will leave from and arrive in the Seventhstreet Union depot Louis villa arriving at and departing from the magnificent new Union Station St Louis For any other information call PassengerAgentF G Cunningham Traveling Passenger Agent 200 North Broadway St Louis J29 TO ST PAUL AND RETURN VIA MONON ROUTE The Monon route will sell tickets from Louisville to St Paul and Minneapolis and return July 13141610 and 17 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 bydeposittion will be furnished by E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louisville Ky ORAND OUT Of TOWN EXCURSION Sunday July 10 Big Four Route to the Indiana gas belt Special train leaves Seventh gtreet Union depot at 7 oclock a m Extremely low roundtrip rates as follows Rushville lj Knightstown 1 Marion depotSTI a- u A o SfTfflfIT f olSrUOKY IRXsu RJOAJSr SSAAAAAAVVVVV P BANNON M J BANNON H M WOLTRINQ R B BANNON President VlcePres A GenI Mgr Secretary Treasurer F Bannoa Sewer Pipe Co Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe stC H Bannons Patent Lidded for Steam Conduits fW Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick f- cM Fire Proofing Flue Pipe Flue Lining Fire BricK M Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay W Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk BricK l OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSONT- BLupnoNn073 WORKS lath and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and loth TELEPHONE 2833 + M M +M 4 H + HM M M M M HHHM++++++++++ M M M M f Gran W Smiths Son 1 1 AL SMITH Proprietor t Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice I 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 810 It t I I + + t H 111 I 111 IJIII 1111- I n TRACY I H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS CarrlagettNotrllceed on 1531 W MARKET STREET HHMHMHH IIIII H I i11I + SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGO3 ON THE I e JI444 I1Qj1YVetISG 1l4IW4Yb In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR t E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager DRINK fldnrilHisKu t BOTTLED BY HENRY C LAUER 407 East Jefferson Street TELEPHONE 1140 Worlds Fair Short Line southern Railway FORTYTKREE MILES THE SHORTEST FASTEST AND BEST TO THE WOODS FftILOOK AT THE SCHEDULE Leave Louisville 9 a m daily arrive St Louis 460 p m Solid through train of Pullman sleepers observation dining car and day coaches from Louisville to St Louis without change Leave Louisville 1016 p m daily are rive St Louis 732 a m S lid 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 i DecembeAy r days 1000 good returning in fifteen days Tickets will be on sale daily at the above rates 700 coach excursion tick Vets on sale every Tuesday and Thursday- in July good returning seven days- 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 234 Fourth Ave Louisville G B Allen Assistant Gen eral Passenger Agent St Louis BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE TO Indianapolis Peoria Chicago r- AND ALL POINTS IN INDIANA and q MICHIGAN levelanddJ Buffalo New York Boston AND ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished on application at City Ticket Office Dig tourRo a Ji Gates G al Ageet Passenger Aft e Iewtsills y oL 1 U 4 P T ARCHER Out Door and FlashlightPhotography Home PIe 5709 Room 44 Courier Journal Building Summer styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas CB THOMPSON F ORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jeflerson St Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaran- teedNORTH STARRE- FRIGERATORS Solid hardwood extra well constructed with cork filling and asbestos lining ALWAYS GIVES SATISF- ACTIONGEHERSON 217 Market St near Second rflfR M ANDRIOI X SOMS WAGijNMMANUFICTURER3H f Carriage Riftirlie alb Miir Tfres 2i6as i U7 WEST QRBeNST u Car- n l HHHHHHU HHHHHHHUHHYHU SPEAKING OF JOB PRINTING = GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER lC Dance Invitations IWedding Invitations Note and iriHO3VIEJ PHONE 040IeKentucky Irish American 1 326 WIT GMMSEJIV STREET KB mm IIJlH lnl Yf mmHIm mmiJI Hmm JiJlII C KNOCKED OUT License Tax Scheme For Benefit of Merchants and Manufacturers e Was For the Few Against the Many and No One Should Stand For Its Kentucky Irish American First Paper to Gall Attention to Its Inequalities MUST NOW GO OVER FOR A YEAR It Is officially announced from the City Hall that the ordinance changing the system of municipal taxation from ad valorem to license has been abandoned for this year on account of the inability of the interested persons to agree on the rates or system of imposing the tax The Kentucky Irish American was the first paper in Louisville to call attention to the inequalities and the injustice of the proposed change in the taxing sys tem Other papers followed And Al dermen and Councilmen who read the are ticle at once begun to confer with the Mayor and City Assessor and insisted that the proposed change in the taxing laws should be discussed fully before be ing enacted into law The effect was to callattention to the ordinance and there was some considerable discussion in ex ecutive session about the measure Manifestly the ordinance as proposed would be an injustice td the great major lty of taxpayersand particularly to the small taxpayers Briefly stated it was proposed to allow banks trust companies and leading manufacturers to pay a smaller tax than they now pay and to require real estate owners including the man who owns a cottage to make up the difference in increased taxes Although the Mayor and City Assessor were depu tized to draw up the ordinance they could not stand for anything of this kind and it is said they so told the gen tlemen who were advocating the ordi nance Besides this all of the interests represented could not agree and the or dinance was so long delayed that it was announced by City Assessor Murphy on Wednesday that the General Council having adjourned until July 20 it was now too late to prepare the blanks and that the ordinance could not possibly be carried into effect this year It is doubtful if the ordinance changing the present taxing system can ever be changed on the present idea proposed by the manu facturers and business men The scheme seems to be that the wealthy manufact urers shall escape and Impose the burden on the small ones The Kentucky Irish American is in favor of encouraging manufactories and of helping all business industries but not at the expense of the common people who pay taxes on their cottages- It is well that the consideration of the ordinance was laid over forfuture con sideration It can not go into effect this year and there will be a years time to consider it In the meantime the City Assessor may devise some means of satis fying manufacturers and business men that the ad valorem system is the best after all FRANKFORT Lambert Young Council Vis ited by the Grand Officers Last Sunday the Grand officers of the Kentucky jjurisdiction visited the State capital and were given a hearty reception by the officers and members of Lambert Young Council Y M I This was the first official visit paid the energetic Frankfort organization by the present of ficers of the Grand Council who report that theytonnd Lambert Young Council in a flourishing condition financially and numerically with the best of feeling prevailing among the members A special meeting of the council was held at whichever member was present to receive the visitors Short but interesting talks were made and James B Kelly George Lautz and Joseph Piazza reported the progress the order was making here and elsewhere Others present from Louisville were Will iam Hillerich Tom Garvey John J Sul lIvan and Mr Kaiser After the meeting the visitors were given an informal recep tioh and shown about the city All returned pleased with the results of the trip If SemiAnnual CutPrice Clearance Sale of- DUTC HESS TROUSERSNow Forjj And 25o ones for 148 and so on up to the 5 ones for 3 48 STRONGEST IN THE WORLD We pay IOC for every but ton that comes off and give i on a new pair free if they rip LEVYSTHIRD NEWPORT Lafyeite Council Secures Ball Grounds For Scason Lafayette Council Y M I han great base ball team and there was much rejoicing last Sunday when they defeated the Knights of Columbus of Covington and scored their fourth consecutive vie tory A large crowd of rooters ladies and gentlemen cheered on their respec tive sides but Joe Meagher was too much for the Caseys The council has se cured the East Newport grounds for the season where the series between the Newport and other councils will be played The game to be played with Barry Council at Lexington will take place on the Sunday preceding the Grand Council convention The Fourth of July picnic was an en joyable and pleasant social success and was largely attended by members and friends of the Y M L RECENT DEATHS The funeral of John OBrien one of New Albanys oldest residents took place Tuesday morning from Holy Trinity church of which he had long been a de vout and faithful member Deceased was born in Ireland over eighty years ago and came to this country while quite a young man His wife died several years ago but several children survive him Father Kelly conducted the solemn services which were largely attended The news of the death of Edward Dan iel llast Wednesday evening was a shock to his friends throughout the city Mr Daniel waS one of the best known paperhangers in Louisville and was associated with his brother in the wall paper busi ness at 1309 West Market street His death was due to heart trouble with which he was attacked only three weeks ago The funeral took place Friday morning from St Patricks church and was largely attended By the death of William Hecht St Louis Bertrands congregation loses one of its best members The eud came peacefully Wednesday afternoon after a short Illness Deceased was unmarried and lived with his sister Mrs Edward- S hleicher 419 West Hill street For years he was interested in the Louisville Legion and was popular in military and social ctrclesThe funeral took place Friday mornipg from the Dominican church a long line of carriages following the remains to St Louis cemetery Mrs Hannah Keefe widow of the late William Keefe died Wednesday mornlugI at her home 1531 West streeti She was widely known and highly respected and the news of her death caused feelings of profound sorrow The funeral took place Friday morning from the Cathedral where Mrs Keefe bad for years been a devout communicant Four daughters Misses Lisle Anna Margaret and Elizabeth and one son John Keefe survive her For some time put Mrs Keefe bad bees in poor health and death reewlted from organic hem disease n- r MYSTERY Surrounding the Death of 1C Lee Sutor at a Fishing Camp Conflicting Statements Made by Participants in tho Shooting Deplorable Case Which Should Be Cleared Up by the Police WHO FIRED THE FATAL SHOT The community was startled last Sun day by the announcement that R Lee Suter member of the Board of Public politician above the water works pumping station about three miles from the city There is a great deal of mystery yet unexplained surrounding the killing and whether it was murder or accident remains to be de veloped It is to be hoped it was an acci dent Mr Suter went to the fishing camp with a party of men and women on Saturday night for an outing His wife and children were absent from the city According to the reports to the police de partment about 4 oclock in the morning a party of men accompanied by two dis reputable women visited the camp and begun to fire off promiscuously their pistols in celebration of the Fourth of July All had been drinking heavily Mr Suter it is reported was asleep in his tent and one of the stray bullets struck him He died in the City Hospital Sun day afternoon- A young man named W A Vaughn son of Sanford Vaughn a brick con tractor at first confessed that he fired the shot which killed Suter but he pleaded that it was an accident After ward he stated to the police that another one of the party Fred Rugg did the shooting and that he Vaughn was shielding him in his first statement be cause of the fact that Rugg was a married man a Knight Templar and a prominent Mijson and could not afford to be mixed up in an affair of this kind However it was still maintained that the shooting was accidental Rugg it seems had been intimate with a woman named Jeanette Hathaway who accompanied the party to the fishing camp The whole affair was surrounded in mystery up to the time of Mr Suters funeral on Tuesday morning and the police department seems to be unable to unravel the tangle caused by the con flicting statements of Vaughn Mr Suter was a bright man He was forty years of age He was of convivial habits and had many friends particularly among the socalled sporting element The pas tor of his church the Rev Dr E L Powell of the First Christian congrega lion delivered a very appropriate and pathetic sermon on the occasion of his funeral very justly pleading for charity in his case and warning all not to pass judgment too hastily but to take warn ing from his untimely death Mr Snters funeral was attended by all classes of litlzens and due respect was paid to his memory by the Board of Safety andall the departments of the city government It is due to the community however that the mystery surrounding his death be explained The police department should unravel it if possible There is no necessity for suppressing the truth The case is bad enough as it is without additional perjury and lying about it RESULTED FATALLY Joseph Ullrich Assaulted by Unknown Parties at Jackson Joseph Ullrich formerly of this city and a well known painter was brutally assaulted at Jackson Tenn last week and died Wednesday night from his in juries His death Is shrouded in mys tery as there was no cause for the assault Mr Ullrich having no known enemies His assailants left him prostrate and as they are yet unknown no motive can be assigned for the deed unless it was robbery The unfortunate man is a brother of Mrs Patrick Raidy and uncle of Charles Raldy the letter carrier His remains were brought to this city and buried from St Anthonys church A letter from the Chief of Police of Jackson speaks highly of the dead man and says every effort possible will be made to apprellead his aseailaats u on a 0- ti PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until uronerlv agedA rErEPHONE 1oe3U Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau i senor Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN 12EWL G OOltIPANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 482 LOUX8VXLLm KY Comb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 J rHEr Geo WiedemannBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber and Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR Otto Brewerys Cream Beer DIERSEN BROS Proprietors ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE Telephone 1137 JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN B FRANK 1 WALTKRS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY + n + t + H FINE WINES CHAM- PAGNESALKOLJ3 345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS New YorK Life Policy is lucontestible from the date of issue and pays the largest profits EDW A CROWLEY f Spoofed A eI3t Oath Phones 1497 Room 404 Columbia Bldg COAL100 Bushels Pittsburg First Pool 1360 100 Bushels Pittsburg Fourth Pool 1260 Plltsburg let Pool 350 Pittsburg 4th Pool 325 Jelllco 325 Laurel 300 Coal is freshly mined and well screened JOS DOUGHERTY Home Phom 256 1416 West Broadwaj Katie A Smithfor- merly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EEMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reas promptlyBOTH PHONES 1677 OFFICE 652 FIFTH STREET LDBAXFUNERAL AND DIRECTORe CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone 2360 700 E Chestnut Street loth Phones 1180 Established 1863 JOHN RATTERMAN1 Successorto Mrs Geo Ratierman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions Alljcalls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST II pqoelix Jlill park Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR V PicnicsSocials Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts QUICK MEALG- AS RANGESL- ead in quality style reputation and merit Universally acknowledged to be STANDARD OF EXCE- LLENCEGEHERSON 3 217 Market St near Second GO I O- PiooeerDottliog House FOR nSTRAIGHT WHISKIES BIG JUG AT DOOR J P JOA3OTF 913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Stati- onBROSHERRMANN IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tncky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 980 to 1230 oclock 4a vGRIfiIIJ N lilT iiiR n i g NTUOKY sii mRIOAN r IISiJRPRlSE SPECIAL SALE No 246 Mens Splendid Suits Summer Weight and Medium Weight Concord Cassimeres Tweeds Scotches and Cheviots in pleasing patterns thoroughly well cut and put together and durably lined sale week beginning today arid ending next Friday I I I THE BIG STOREMILTON M MARBLESTONE CO 1Lb On one 424 to 434 Market St WestIFourth and 11 1 1n1 HHHHH1H+HIHI H 11 1111 Mulloys Tea Special Package Delivered I Try a package for ice teaguaranteed to give perfect satisfaction remember my special package of GOOD COFFEE rlbs for 50- cElzonio 0 TrIAl Order MULLOY 11 tHome Phono 1323 214 W MARKET STREET Main 1189 IMIMM MHMMHI 1 H1 1 1 I IHHwwiirHMHiHI I I I I I I M1 I I H4It PIANOSThereLively few magnificently good ones Every Piano on our is AN ARISTOCRAT OF TONE Richness and artistic worth Not one owes its presence there to mere price cheapness We have some very lowpriced Pianos but even these are magnificent in TONE and RANGE their Inexpensiveness being largely attained by the use of less ornate case designs It is the tone and compass of a piano counts MontenegroRiehm Music Co OS2SOI3O OLTI2TFI AVENUE HIHHMHHHHI I I I I I I I I JooIHI 11 lIIrJ I I I I I 111 No 1 11 HI I HII 1 1 I 41 CUSCADENSHave 4f Telephones 12 Horses and Wagons and 25 Push Wagons sell lug our famous 4 Brick Ice Creamt THE REAL 10re OHEAJM PEOPLE 41G AND 417 SECOND STREETo1JooII I+HI JUI JooIIH I I J 11 I N WHHHHIIH MHMHIIII 1 M IM x++ + + + + + 1+ +++ + + f+++ +i I PSRAYCO Hilo- GarriaO6s 230232 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY IIt I I I I 45011 And 11ROASTER Cumb floor that r IIH fi r = CHEAP PL1 ToRfNG CHEAP The additional cost of repairs to lime mortar will pay for the BEST in the start There is only one I BEST indorsed by Architects WALLF PLASTER IIMANUFACTURED BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COB J CAMPBELL SONS Proprietors I Manufactures Diamond Wall Plaster Campbells Cement Plaster Louisville Wood Fiber Plaster Campbells Wainscoting Finish In any color and Powdered Lime Both phones 3367 Brook and River Louisville Ky 8NOS PeoplerwdFor Business Good Employmeai and Soeccct J CALL en wnrrc ron Nil iNroiniATMN c U1h11I1 I lilt lMXTt1 AND hIWIng MAIN Business Collegetmro rs LOUISVILLE KY I STATIONERS I The Bradley Gitet Co I raccaeoaesmllT1 I BBJuf Boa1 j Paor Box MuM Url lurlrs- I Cer JI NKfHThird HHriiH Sis IQUiftTilE KY I I IiIiBUOKSaLERSI D 1D U + 1 J BACON SONS j Wash Suit Selling s AT A SACRIFICE This term sacrifice strictly conforms with our prfces because we are selling the choicest of Wash Suits at from 25 to 50 per cent reduction An Indisputable fact is that we never offered such Rood values particularly at this season of the year and at such exceptionally low prices Take a pencil for a moment figure the cost of the material and trimmings of equal value and we know that the total of the naked materials will exceed our selling price We wish to have it remembered that our sale goods are clean and fresh direct from the manufacturer fp Blue Chambray Wash Suit fv 2 98Ladles finish waist tucked H piped with white trimmed in pearl buttons tabbed stock skirt made with deep instep plaits tabbed and pipedwith white easily worth four dollars cp White Lawn Wash Suit sheer 4 98Ladles waist made with lace trimmed 4 berths plaited front and back and lace trimmed cuffs lace stock skirt plaited hemstitched and trimmed with fagotting tucked botto- mS Ladles Fine White Lawn Wash Suit 9 98 made with a beautiful embroidered and hemstitched bertha plaited front and back hemstitched and lacetrimmed collar front of o skirt trimmed with buttonhole embroidery and lace Insertion forming panel four wide tucks at bottom o IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Summer though late has come at last As it is so late they will require a very hot summer to ripen their crops rapidly and make up for lost time Whether they shall obtain such a hot summer is doubtful Damp cool summers come in cycles as do dry hot ones But it is im possible a week beforehand to foretell the weather If it were farmers and sailors would have many advantages they do not now possess At the Swinford Quarter Sessions be fore his Honor County Court Judge Mor phy K C wholesale ejectment decrees were granted ou several estates within his Honors jurisdiction On the Taaffe estate recently purchased by theConi gested Districts Board ejectment decrees were granted against a man named Geo I etch in respect of two holdings An ejectments decree was granted against William Corrigan also an ejectment decree was granted against the tenants on the Ormsby estate During the past few days smallpox has developed to an alarming extent in the Ballymacarrett district of Belfast and ap parently is spreading with alarming rap catty Two cases were removed from Bright street The names of the patients are Mrs Smallman Mrs Wilson and Mrs Long In Severn street a young girl named Mary Graham was also found to be suffering from the malady while in Church street a boy named Stewart has contracted the dread disease There is also reported a case from Chatnberlin street These streets are all iu the vicin ity of what is known as Tip Head where a great deal of the refuse of the city is emptied by the Town Council cartsThe Board of Agriculture here have appointed a Department Committee whose future labors should be of more than passing interest to the Irish Agri cultural Department in Dublin It seems that the great railways have been in the habit of carrying agricultural produce butter eggs bacon and so on from the Continent at far cheaper rates from the port of delivery than the rates charged say from Derbyshire to London or from Dorset to Liverpool Against this ridiculous preference the English farming in terest has long protested It is now to be stopped and further it is to be so arranged that in case a railway company is recalcitrant a court of summary jurisdiction will be established to settle with out delay the dispute These changes will prove vitally important to the Irish home trade At the weekly meeting of the Westport Guardians Mr Conway presiding on the motion of the Chairman the follow ing resolution was adopted That we certainly and with all the power we can command entreat William OBrien to take his place at once in the ranks of the Parliamentary party that we yield to pone not even his own constituents in our gratitute for his past services and in our confidence in his great ability espe cially in dealing with the land problem in the West of Ireland that we refuse to subscribe or to support in any manner a party which does not count him in their ranks as we consider the present dead lock in the land act is entirely due to his retirement from politics and we therefore hope and trut he will accede to our request Copies were ordered to be sent to William OBrien and John Redmond After the land question if even after it the proper amendment of the laborers dwellings acts touches more closely the problem of Irish population Three fourths of the Irish emigrants are young Irish llaborers and their sisters One cannot calculate what portion of them would be kept at home if there were any pros pacts before them of life in a decent home even at the miserable wage that toItheIrish1 it would be very large everybody who knows the condition of the average I dwelling of the Irish rural laborer would 170000Isome 20000 have bee provided with decent cottages awl aUot ielttllafttwentyoHc years opemtion of the acts J u c T4 I f O DimityWashI I M flj4 JiVS dainty figures sevengore skirt with deep hem waist made full front trimmed with lace and insertion extra good values worth every cent of three dollars fp special low price for Ladies K 3 48Our India Linon Shirt Waist Suit k+ a trimmed with tucks and inser panelfrontmade attractively for a dainty cool summer dress T Ladles Wash Shirt Waist Suit 5 98For of a Irish Linen + made fulfafinlsbed with tucks and drawn work flare skirt trimmed with double folder uptodate IRISH SSOCIETYDIRECTORYAI DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Bach Month TynanVice W Dougherty Recording SecretaryThomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank street- TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas Quinn Vice PresidentJoseph 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 day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerJohn P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney County Vice President J B Murphy PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial Secretary Thos OHern Treasurer Martin Gos- sSentinelAlphonso Constantine SergeantatArmsMichael Noon Y ovr iMACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street ShelleyFirst P Shangh nessy HerpReoordlngFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- Corresponding SecretaryFrank P BurkeTressurerFronk F Murphy Marshal George F Simonis Inside SentinelFrank Lanahan Outside Sentinel John Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the ClubHouse 718 East Gray Street CooneyFirstSecond Vice PresidentJoseph F Bell Recording Secretary Emil E Month Corresponding Secretary Arthur e LauerFinancial SecretaryRobert G Goe belTreasurerWllUam N Gut MarshalM F Morris Inside SentinelJacob Pfalcer Outside Sentinel M F Ziegler Not one of them can be profitably spared from the Irishland today They are all too few for the work that is to be dote even In these days of machinery IB some districts there Isa positive scarcity of labor and so far back as the date of the Labor Commission evidence was forthcomIng that it was only by an ex cnslve and expensive use of the acts in certain districts such as Kilrnallock and Kanturk that even the insufficient labor supply was prevented from becoming even more insufficient still That at least 100000 more cottages are required- Is evident to anybodf who investigates- the question WEBERS GREAT BAND Weber and his band have been drawing great audiences nightly at the New Jockey Club Ills programmes have beta varied and enjoyable and More satbfac tory to moaic lovers than tkoae of other bands Weber has always beeR a favor its here iaad liia work ditrtag the week itaaa added much to hia popularity The wg gl1aata all of nett week with oqcftrte tomorrow aJterxocM Mid night U HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOenerslN- eW5 Notes Providence will send five delegates to the national convention The field day question should be settled at the next meeting of the county board Division 3 has been organized at Taun ton Mass with a membership of about fiftyThe national convention will open on Thursday July 10 and be in session the rest of the week- Kentucky will show up stronger at the coming national convention than ever before in its history The members of the order in Provi dence have been officially notified of the suspension of Division 3 of that city Division 1 meets Tuesday night and Division 4 on Wednesday night and not again until after the national convention The West Side division of New York City will hold a midsummer nights festival at Manhattan Park on Saturday evening August 13 A special rate has been secured from the Southern railway for all who wish to attend the Paris initiation tomorrow The train leaves Seventh street depot Through the efforts of Rev Edward McGinley Rev Toseph Mallon and ex State President Haggerty a new division has been organized in St Rose of Limas parish New York City New Hampshire Hibernians furnished the Fourth of July amusement for Clare mont by a gala day held at the fair grounds There was horse racing ath letic sports and band concerts followed by fireworks in the evening- St Louis Hibernians will give their annual picnic and reunion at the fair grounds on Sunday July 17 A splendid programme of athletic events will be given This picnic is preparatory to the national convention of the order Not in several years has the order been reported in such good shape in New Jer sey as now Much interest is being taken in the new Wilbur division and recently a special meeting of the Mercer County Board was called to take in a large num ber of candidates A large delegation of Washington Hi bernians and ladies will leave the capital July 15 to attend the national convention which opens at St Louis on July 17 All the district officers will go also the district officers of the Ladies Auxiliary and they will be accompanied by Rev Father Stafford Division 4 will have as their guests Wednesday night the members of the Ladies Auxiliary for whose reception they have made especial preparations This announcement should prove suffi cleat to bring a record breaking crowd to Hibernian Hall There will be an inter esting programme of musical and literary exercises and refreshments The Right Rev Monsignor McCready Chaplain of the Ancient Order oi Hiber nians and for more than twenty years rector of Holy Cross church New York City was presented with a purse of 2000 as a testimonial from the various divisions and his parishioners before his de parture for Ireland to attend the conse cratlon of the Armagh Cathedral YELLOWSTONF3 PARK TOUR Every Expose Included In Tkket Person ally Coaducted Party The only exclusive Yellowstone Park excursion from this section in 1904 will be nm by the Monon Chicago North western and Northern Pacific railways leaving Cincinnati Louisville and In dianapolis on Wednesday August 3 The train will be called The Yellow tone ParkSpecial 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 toted folder telling all about the tour can be had by calling oa or addressing tH Bacon District Passenger Agent Meaou route Fourth and Market streets- Leaiaville A NN me Giias fl Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIESF- OR FIRST HOLY COMMUNION Give us a call and inspect our tine of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 303 Wt Jefferson StreetQS c IS +1 IIttI1 1 +11IHJuIIIII +I iIII4IIIItIIIIItlti3tli1 l Union lee Cream Co Fine Vanilla Cream and Sherbet 75c per gal Strawberry Peach and Chocolate 85c per gal Brlck4 colors 100 per gal galIons 100 gallons per hour Home Phone 2144 Cumb Phone Main 389 essr to ess EIGHTH sorI HI HH 1 lH+I HI Irl IHIII 1 1 H iHRH 1 +1 I+1 I+t tHoJot Established March 11 11868 PHONE 893 Incorporated Feb 4 1891 BLATZ KREBS STONE CO 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 t1 11HIztIoItHHI+1I+I Ht IItHHJoJu1oo1IHI + SPRING BANK WILD CHERRY PHOSPHATEI- S t THE ORIGINAL AND BEST Beware of Imitations Thats All IH 1 H HnIHIII 1111 IIHIIItH1HH lInIH FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60 INOORPORTEn Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY ++HHIIIHH1 I 1 HHHHHI 1 Int HI IInt HH 1 +1 I+IIM444+ Smiths Old EarnestWHI- SKY DIRECT FROM DISTILLERIES SELECT GRADE AT REASONABLE PRICES Also such brands of whiskey as Old Dant McKenna Rolling Fork Queen of Nelson Elk Run etc I handle the BEST and PUREST Wines Brandies Champagnes Cordials Gins Rums etc for medical or table use Central Bottling tQ Sample House W L SMITH Prop 327 W MARKET STREET i I HIHI IJooHH+HwtIIIIIlI+iHi1III+I+IIH IItH FIMlE11EE li tl if4f lllt llilf1 1 f i41 g 1E1 rMiii Moniluloilt 601119d110 lI DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OFIIITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND I II- II fionumeiits I I II4rIltllo Work Only Solicits Workshops And Studios Ctrrtr Italy I I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET II- HRBtilIR I tFll i IE EtlEB III RI ii I iilPlii DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN Dougherty KeenanU- NDERTAKERS I 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth BOTH TBiIITiEHOlVXSS 12 SO All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Oar rialtos Furnished for Al Occasions Di Dougherty Home Telephone 2916 TTTTJ s n r- CC