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IRI1IAMJRKANVOLUME XIIINO 3 LOUISVILLE SATU DAY JULY 16 t904 PRIG FIVE CENTS DELIGHTFUL Impression Made On a Louis yule Visitor to the St Louis Exposition Col M Muldoon Says tho show IB tho Grandest Thing On Earth Tho Irish Exhibit and Tnentor r Impressed Him Most of All IS WELL WORTH GOING TO SEE Visitors to the St Louis Exposition generally and particularly readers of the Kentucky Irish American will be interested in the observations of a well known and very observant citizen of Louisville who has just returned from the Worlds Fair and who has had facilities or look fag at the Exposition on a plane not of the ordinary Col M Muldoon of the Muldoon Monument Company who has visited international expositions in London Paris Vienna and other parts of the world during the past thirty years ac corded a representative of the Kentucky Irish American an interview Tuesday upon his return from St Louis where he spent twelve days- I spent a considerable portion of my time in the Irish exhibit as it is called said Col Muldoon In doing so I was but following the trend of almost all of the visitors to the Fair The Irish Thea ter and the Irish exhibits generally are more liberally patronized than any of the other attractions at the Exposition The buildings are always crowded and there is always something doing I thought at first that my partiality toward Irish ex hibits might prejudice me in their favor but I have heard from attendants gen erally that the Irish section was the most attractive to them These expressionsI came from Germans French and Ameri cans The next most attractive place wasI the Tyrolean Village where you can cross the Alps for ten or fifteen cents I enjoyed both of these places the Irish exhibit and the Tyrolean more than any thing else at the fair What I want to say particularly said Col Muldoon Is that everybody should go to this Fair I have seen them all from the Crvstal Palace exhibit iin London to the Chicago Worlds Fair but they are all country fairs compared with St Louis which is stupendous Just think of a building with forty acres ofr floor space such as the agricultural building presents It is worth while going to see this It is an education iiu itself to go to the Fair and I hope n I man or woman in Louisville will missI the opportunity It is the grandest greatest and noblest exhibition ot art andi industry ever presented in any country on the face of the globe Recurring to the Irish exhibit Col Muldoon said I was amazed and agree ably surprised at the Irish exhibit Of course I attended the fair during the ses ions of the national Democratic conven tion and as a matter of course met some of the most distinguished Democrats in the country among others my old friend Bernard Gallagher of Brooklyn N Y al distinguished member of Tammany Hall Mr Gallagher like myself was agree ably surprised at the extent and excellence of the Irish exhibit We spent many days there and could have spent many others with profit I had no idea ofr the extent of Irish manufactures be cause when I left Ireland I was young and was led to believe that the manufacturing industries there were not properly developed Since looking over the ex hibits in the Irish section I am convinced that the Irish manufacturers are as well prepared to do business as we are In the manufacture of linens I heard say that ours looked cheap compare- with the Irish exhibits and in the matter mattecr how boastful could for a moment argue after looking at the lace on exhibition iinl the Irish section that it could be dupli cated anywhere I suppose it could not myself because I know nothing of lace making but when it comes to making lace which costs 125 a yard some o r which I looked at I must say we Amer icans are not in it I saw one little case of lace in this exhibit which was valuedl at 5000 As the ladies say It was just lovely and many came to look at it InI the matter of pottery manufacture another dI works of art the Irish exhibit ranks well with any other nation In fact the exhibit from Ireland outranks any of the others in many ways in my opinion As to amusement in the Irish sec tion continued Col Muldoon I mus t say none of the others compare with it The Irish Theater is a fine place to spend1I an hour two hours or a day They haves high class attractions I have heard many good singers but I have never heard bet tea thou some of these in this theater I certainly never heard The Wearing off the Green tung with such pathetic feel ing aa it was by a young woman at this theater She had a pure soprano voice and dbl tier part well All of the actor in the Irish Theater are of a high order and Itbink Mr Mylea Murphy ought to be congratulated on hfe success in pre futiHf UM plays The Irish Theater to cettftlMlr tbc V wst ttnwttwi apotoq UM rJ d 0rJ grounds as evidenced by the fact that it is always crowded Of course continued Col Muldoon it is tiresome tramping around at an ex position but I felt exhilarated by the ex ercise though it was very hot I Intend to return to the fair in October when the weather is more pleasant and Iwill spend more of my time looking at the Irish exhibits for they are certainly well worth going ten thousand miles to see GETS SPLENDID SITE Father Lynch Will Erect New Parochial School at Henderson The Kentucky Irish American has just learned that Rev Edward Lynch rector of Holy Name church at Henderson has at last realized his ambition and secured a magnificent site for his parochial school and will soon proceed with the erection of a fine building The Holy Name parochial school is surpassed by none in the diocese but for some years the pupils were taught in two separate buildiugs causing much inconvenience and loss of time Father Lynch has long been de sirens of replacing the two separated frame houses with a large brick building and this will now be done With this end in view he succeeded in purchasing the lot on which the recently burned to bacco factory stood The lot Is on a cor ner only one square from the church 200 x200 feet and on a thoroughfare 100 feet wide Father Lynch and theSisters believing parochial schools should lead long ago arranged for a course of study that will fit any boy or girl for a business career The pupils of Holy Name parish school are taught music stenography and type writing and bookkeeping in all branches ORANGEISM ButoSome Yet Curse the iPopeIn the gay city of Belfast where lovers of civil and religious liberty are so prone to try upon Papists the persuasion of well aimed paving stones to awake them to the error of their ways Lord Dudley the Lord Lieutenant Ireland has been making a speech and giving some hints each as broad as a barndoor to the gen tlemen who put so much trust in the pathos of the paving stones writes Suemas MacManus He told them with considerable bluntness that if Ireland would progress narrow intolerance must be shut off Every one of my audience he said knows well to what I refer His audience far from taking it in as he must have anticipated cheered him thun derously and a burly hero of a hundred lights from Sandy Row arose to his feet and shouted Bully for you sir pitch into the Papishers Orangelsm is now on its last legs It has been for a hundred years fostered by the landlord and the ascendancy party in keepingIand holding themselves in power Of late years the eyes of every intelligent Orangeman have been opening and they have found that they were being made fools of to serve the personal interests of people who in their hearts despised them Year by year the ascendancy party were theytpower est in Orangelsm which now totters and will soon disappear His Holiness the Orangementprayer they love to pray in public places and from the housetops is that the Pope may have a front seat and a short poker in the next world only they put it in blunter terms- Portadown with Belfast is one of the greatest and last strongholds of Orange- t ism A Portadown man arrested in Lon don some time ago for cursing the Pope 1and brought before the Magistrate was being remonstrated with 11 do not know the Magistrate said why you curse the Pope Though I myself am not of his following I think the Pope is not such a bad man that he deserves to be cursed Do you in your heart think that he is so bad Your Honor the Portadown man replied in all earneet Hesyou may be right It might hap pen indeed that he is not the rascal they make out but let me tell you he added taking the Magistrate iinto his confidence let me tell you that be luumt good MMM be t rortytlowu Ii IM1 HIBERNIANS National Convention to Bo Hold in St Louis During tho Coming Nook Tiiis Will Botho Largest Oath ering of the Order Ever Hold Anywhere Louisville and Kentucky Will Bo Well Represented hy Loading Irishmen A GREAT BENEYOLENT SOCIETY The meeting of the national conven tion of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in St Louis during the coming week will have an interest for all Catholics and all IrishAmericans Louisville and Ken tucky will be well represented The meeting this year will attract thousands of Irishmen to St Louis who do not be long to the order on account of the attrac tions at the great Exposition The An dent Order is strong in St Louis and all the societies in that city will vie with each other in entertaining the delegates and visitors It promises to be a great convention not only in point of attend ance but likewise in the Importance of the matters to be discussed The most prominent men in the order from all over the country will be there The Ancient Order of Hibernians is the greatest Catholic national organization in the world today and it ought to be after its 200 years of existence It does more for charity than any other benevolent society and its membership while not made up of the wealthy is ever ready to aid in the cause of church and charity The Ancient Order of Hibernians was the first to contribute a large sum 50000 to the Catholic University in Washington City to found a chair of Irish history It has ever been ready to lead in good works In every city in the country its local membership is doing things to help the cause of church and fatherland The order ought to have a larger membership in Louisville and in Kentucky Every Irishman should join this great society The expense of keeping up duesJs trivial compared with the amount ofgood ac complishedThe Irish American has done its share toward creatiug interest in the coming convention in St Louis by send ing four persons to the Exposition during Hibernian week paying their hotel and railroad expenses These four per sons are Mr and Mrs Michael Reichert Miss Mamie Riley and Lieut Thomas Fitzgibbon These were voted the most popular persons in the popularity con test and it goes without saying they will enjoy the trip and the many entertain ments provided at the Fair for the enter tainment of the Ancient Order including the Irish games and athletic sports State President Thomas Keenan of Louisville who always takes a deep in terest in Hibernian affairs will head the Kentucky delegation to the convention and has made all arrangements for the trip He will be accompanied by Vice President John Hennessey Treasurer George J Butler and Secretary Joseph P McGinn of the State Board and County President Patrick Sullivan of this city Covington Hibernians will be ably repre sented by Judge Michael T Shine always a prominent figure in the national coun cils of the order Ashland will send County President Burdes and Paris will enter the national body with County President Grace The Kentucky Irish American will also be represented GONE TO REST People and Pupils of Domini can Parish Mourn Death of Sister Mary Zlta The Dominican Sisters of St Cather ines have sustained another loss to their sorely tried community in the death of Sister Mary Zita Cambron which oc curred Monday afternoon at the temporary residence of a portion of the home less Sisterhood 575 West St Catherine street The deceased had been an in valid in the mother house at the time of the disastrous fire of January 3 and the subsequent excitement and exposure to the severity of that dread night in all likelihood hastened her demise She was naturally of a robust physique and buoyant temperament but a spirit of unselfish devotion to her work made her unmindful of her condition until it was too late for medical science to save her generous life Sister Mary Zitu was born about thirty one years ago in the parish of St Rose near Springfield Ky She received her early education in St Roses school then iu charge of the Dominican Sisters Her genial disposition always made her a general favorite Generous to a fault de voted to her friends but still more given to exercises of piety she did not surprise those who knew her when tome fourteen years ago she renounced the world and gave herself up to the service of God in the religious life She was admitted to her profession January 0 1892 Shortly afterward site coat assigned to Lowell Kees wfeerc she taught in the parochial schools af st MklMeis cfaureii with a U tJl U J marked success about four years Later she served in a lie capacity in the parochial school of St Louis Bertraud church of this city During some three years of teaching here she endeared her self to her pupils bther zeslous care of them and made for herself a host of friends among their parents and relatives by whom she will undoubtedly be held in long and loving remembrance Sister Zita is survived by her father and mother Mr ad Mrs Benjamin Cambron and severall brothers and sis ters of Springfield Ky For several months after the destruction of St Catherines she was tenderly cared for by the Sisters of Charit of St Josephs In firmary She bore Her long and trying illness with singular fortitude and at length fortified by the sacrament and the last rites of the c lurch she gave up her sweet pure soul o God surrounded by the Sisters of he own afflicted com munityHer funeral services were held at St Louis Bertrands Ch rch Tuesday morning A solemn big mass was sung forth repose of her soil by the Very Rev J R Volz O P Prior assisted by the Very Rev E A Martin 0 P as dea con and the Rev AC Kernan O P as tubdeacon A large congregation was present at the ceremonies and it was no little tribute to the emory of the de ceased that many of Uie little ones whom she had had as pupil i in life were there giving way with unrestrained weeping to the grief they felt or their departed teacher and friend The pallbearers rominent members of St Louis Dertr ds congregation were Messrs D jJMeagher Thomas Tobin Denis Callaghan Thos Morgan T OSullivan and John J Barry The remains were taken tb Springfield Tues day evening and were consigned after further ceremonies apd rites of the Dominican Order to their last resting place Wednesday morningiin the little ceme tery near the ruins ttof St Catherines Convent May her spul rest in peace BISHOPS INVITED To Rome to Cdlcbratc Anni versary of Immaculate Conception Pope Pius X has officially Invited all Roman Catholic Bishops of the world to come to Rome nex December to take part in the celebration of the fiftieth an niversary of the promulgation of the Immaculate concepii nijDlshop resid ing near Rome are commanded to come those at a distance formally in vited merely It is said that while many will accept many will not do so having recently been to Rome and unable again to leave their duties All will however be officially represented and there will be in Rome a solemn consistory presided over by the Pope himself A part of the work of this consistory will be voting upon the canonization of the Cure of Ars and the blessed Alexander Sauli of the Barnabite order It is expected that their canonization will be proclaimed at this time Immaculate conception of the Virgin Mary has been a dogma of the Roman Catholic church since Decembet 8 1854 on which date it was proclaimed as such by Pope Pius IX It is that the Virgin was conceived and born without original sin FEDERATION- Catholic Societies Ably De fended by Bishop McPauI In ae address before the Federation of Catholic Societies of Pennsylvania Bishop McFaul mid in part If all the descendants of our Catholic forefathers had remained true to their faith there would be more than 40000 000 Catholics in the United States today instead of 15000000 There is hardly a Protestant family in the country that has not had one of its ancestors a convert from the Catholic church The Bishop denied that the National Federation of Catholic Societies now numbering 1500000 members caused ill feeling between Catholics and Protest ants The Federation he said aimed to make an educational campaign to banish ignorancein regard to the Catholic want to make friends not enemies he said But we have grievances This is our own fault There are many weakkneed Catholics jelly fish who deprecate anything that might create opposition We do not want a Catholic party It would be far better for us were we more equally divided be tween the two great parties S S FOR A WORTHY CAUSE Picnic at Glenwood For Bene fit of St Edwards City Hospital On Tuesday next a picnic and euchre will be given all day and evening at Glenwood Park for the benefit of St Edwards City hospital iin New Albany Admission will be free Glenwood is on the banks of Silver creek and is reached by the New Albany and Jeflersonvllle street car lines There ought to be a big conductthe charity in New Albany An elegant supper wi11be serrsiVby the ladies sewing circle twenty fire coma being cfasrwl dnlta sM chiWnm jftam scale rI trz u ii BOURBON COUNTY Irishmen Extend a Most Cordial Greeting to Louisville Brethren Big Hibernian Gathering WIt flosses Initiation of Sixty One Candidates Splendid Exemplification ofBIt ual by Picked Degree Team DAY rOBE LONG REMEMBERED Irishmen and IrishAmericans of Bour bon county and especially those of Paris will ever remember last Sunday as one of great rejoicing exalted in character and noble in purpose the occasion being the conferring of honors upon a class of sixtyone candidates recently elected members of Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Bourbon county The degrees were conferred by a team carefully selected from the four divisions of Louisville and the work was done in a manner pronounced the best ever seen InKentuckyAs stated in these columns at a conference of the State officers and Jefferson County Board it was decided to visit Paris last Sunday and render the new division there all the assistance pos sible Therefore when the Chesapeake Ohio train pulled out from Seventh street station it had on board Messrs Thomas Keenan John Hennessey George Butler and Joe McGinn State officers Patrick Sullivan Joe Dougherty Patrick Welsh John J Sullivan Thomas Quinn and Peter Cusick of the County Board Joe Cooney Thomas Callahan Owen Keiran James Barry Thomas Dolan James Coleman John Mulloy Denny Coleman Nick Sheridan Patrick Nelli gan Tom Riley Joe Lynch Tim Lyons Tom Lynch John Dwan Edward Regan Edward Gilmore Will Hennessey James Burns David OConnell Thomas Walsh Patrick Liston Will J Connelly Thos Lynch and several others whose names we failed to get When the crowd reached Frankfort the citizens of the capital thought all the Irishmen In Louisville were there The train reached Lexington on time where the delegation was met at the depot by a reception committee headed by County President Grace Messrs Flanagan Connors and others and escorted to the chartered car for the run to Paris Upon reaching their des tination the visitors were taken to the hall where a short rest was taken while refreshments and cigars were served The next move was to Connors Hotel where a carefully prepared banquet was servedAt precisely 230 oclock the initiatory ceremonies begun the entire procession of sixtyone candidates and the guard of honor proceeding directly to the Patri cian This was a grand sight indeed the whole scene being solemnly im pressive and Instructive The advent of the new members who are all representa tive men was received with feelings of rejoicing Never before did a degree team give such an exemplification of the ritual and the noble purposes of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Old and new members were impressed and the general regret was that there was not more time The work was completed only a few min utes before it was time to leave for the re turn trip therefore speechmaking had to be eliminated the few minutes re maining being given to Attorney Thomas Walsh to express the feelings of the men from Louisville who said in part On behalf of the representatives of the Louisville divisions I thank you one and all for the splendid reception and royal hospitality which you have extended us on this happy occasion From the time we landed in Lexington and were taken in charge by your committee and served the splendid banquet at the Connor Hotel until this good moment we have been recipients of the oldfashioned hospitality for which our State is famous and for which above all places within the State the Blue Grass section in espec ially noted From all we have seen and received today we can cheerfully endorse the sentiment that says that this is Gods country My brothers I also take pleasure in congratulating you upon the large attendance of members on this occasion and above all upon the very large class of applicants that are seeking admission into our noble order When I say noble order I mean every word I say because it is an order rock ribbed and ancient as the soil established in every state of the Union and for that matter all over the world everywhere engaged in the cause of humanity in the cause of char ity and religion and in the cause of the eternal principles of right and justice and good feeling among its members In a way it la doing untold good In every jotnmunlty where it exists Without sound or trumpet it helps the needy relieves the distressed wipes away the widows and the orphans tears and gives them substantial relief at that dark hour when most needed In add tion to this it brings all its members into closer bonds of fraternal union awakens and fosters principles of patriotism for their native land u well aa the land of their adoption and encourages the love of all iHtiuuob1inc eyjtiulansI Lj beneficial to each other It aims to fill its members with the honorable ambition to become successful citizens of every community in which they live It teaches them to discharge all their duties in all their relations of life to family church and State and thereby become towers of strength of this great republic whose glory is our glory and whose prosperity becomes the common prosperity of every citizen that finds shelter and repose be neath its fUg These are the sentiments and these the principles that are incul cated by our noble order and if you fol low these through life you shall never re gret the day you became a member of the grand old order of Ancient Order of III bernians Again I thank you for the glo rious welcome and reception you have extended the divisions from Louisville FATHER MARTIN Loaves to Become Prior of St Catherines New York City Rev E A Martin 0 P for years one of the most popular priests at St Louis Bcrtrands church on Sixth street has n been called from Louisville to the great regret of the entire congregation who had learned to love him for his Christian zeal and piety Father Martin goes to St Catherines one of the largest Catholic churches of NewxYork City He will haxe charge there and will do even more than previously when he won the regard and encouragement of the late Arclib1sbop Corrigau His interest in the children of Limerick was very great and the best wishes of all will follow him to his new field GOOD EXAMPLE Set by Division 4 In the En tertainment of Ladies Auxiliary Division 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians did themselves proud in their entertainment of the Hibernian Ladies Auxiliary Wednesday evening A short business session was held preceding the reception at which the following applica tions for membership were received William Chawk Will Broderlck Michael Flahive Will Hanrahan Mike Meagher James McKiernan Harry Crotty Pat Ross Mike Henehan Martin Leahy Ed Hourigan James Houlihan Martin OConnor John Meeks and John Mc Hale Tom Broderfck was reported on the sick list while James Langan the railroad fireman who was hurt in a recent railroad wreck was reported improving It was decided to hold an initiation at the next meeting July 27 The meeting was then turned over to the Entertainment Committee and the ladies admitted to the hall John J Barry presided over the social session and called on President John H Hennessey who welcomed the ladies on behalf of the division pledging their assistance to the auxiliary in any of their undertakings State President Keenan made a few remarks saying he would have plenty of news for the ladies on his return from the national convention Miss Eugenia Cunningham rendered a piano solo in a very creditable manner Dave Reilly and Mike Welsh byjspecial request sang their respective successes the Irish Jubilee and The Pot of Boiling Water Mrs Mary OConnell delivered a recitation which was well received Miss Carrie Swift was heartily applauded for her piano and vocal solos Prof W T Weaver and Prof Steve Palmer were encored repeatedly for their ragtime singing and playing Short talks thanking Division 4 for Its entertainment were made by Mrs M J Hickey Mrs Margaret Foley Mrs Annie Nevin Cunningham Misses Ella OCon nell Bridget Hanrahan Jennie McAvoy and Rose Sweeney Lawrence Mackey of Division 3 said that Division 4 had set the pace for the other divisions to follow in this respect Tom Cornfield remarked that he was always glad to be where the ladies are State Secretary Joseph P McGinn by request told of his unfortunate experience in trying to sit down in the trick chair at Paris last Sunday William J Connelly was escorted to the anteroom from the plat form by a committee of ladies assisted by SergeantatArms David Burke as the auxiliary had voted him the most eligible manpresent for the leap year privilege Mr Donnelly excused his absence from the hall by saying that he was busy with ttle refreshments for the ladies Every one present jjoined in singing Old Ken tacky Howe at the close of the meet Ilag n- II q r FEDERATION Catholic Societies of Kentucky to Moot Hero on July 24 American Federation Will Bo Invited to Moot In Louis vIllo Next Year h Official Summary of tho Pur pose Aims and Objects of the Organization WILL HAVE REACHING INFLUENCE The Kentucky Federation of Catholic Societies will meet in Louisville July 24 At this meeting an official invitation will be extended to the American Federation of Catholic Societies which meets in De meetinginsocieties in Kentucky ought to send rep resentatives to the meeting to be held here on the 21th in order that the State may be well represented the nations meetingThe Americrn Federation of Catholic Societies is destined to accomplish great work It was organized to promote and defend Catholic interests and Catholic societythatfee is charged and the annual national membership fee Is only two cents for each member The Federation is strictly a laymens movement but it is intended that the members should cooperate with the clergy and lift some of the burdens from them It has the approval of the Throughthetional Catholic bodies theirinflnence will be greatly increased While nearly all of the members of the societies have been informed of the gen eral purposes aims and objects of the Federation it will not be out of place to give some extracts taken from the re vised constitution adopted at the last national convention of the Federation held In Atlantic City The work of the presentedinttitticibos a = Education Catholic schools and colleges universities 11 literature periodical press books Cath olic literary societies Catholic Truth Society c Emigration homes for Catholic sailors colonization etc d Catholic conventions and demonstrations Catholic congresses State and national orphanshLaborcMarriage and divorce dThe Sun day observance eThe correction of the abuse of liquor fThe theater gObscene literature profanity gam Ming etc- Civil aReligious rights of Catho lics in State institutions such as reforma tories prisons workhouses orphan and insane asylums also in the public schools sectarian exercises ant Catholie textfbooks and discrimination against Cath olic teachers also chaplains in the army and navy and soldiers homes bThe Catholic Indian and negro missions c Taxation of church property dSup- t of sectarian institutions cProtec tion of civic rights Article 3 of the constitution states that the Federation shall not in any manner Interfere with the goverument or disturb the autonomy of any organization or so ciety affiliated with it Article 10 states that partisan politics shall not be dis cussed in any of the meetings of the con vention of the Federation or subordi hate body of the Federation nor shall this body or any subordinate body there of indorse any candidate for public office participate stration except at its national conven tion unless authorized by the Executive Board It shall be the duty of the Exec utive Board to revise all financial state ments of the Federation prepared for publication No State or County Federa tion shall take action upon a mInter of na tional Interest without first obtaining the copsent of the National Executive Board As a further protection all important measures must be laid before and acted upon by the Advisory Board before being presented to the Executive Board said Advisory Board consists of fifteen Arch bishops and Bishops The Treasurer shall be ineligible for more than two con secutive terms of one year each nor shall the President be elected from the same State more than two consecutive terms of one year each- Although only in existence a short time the Federation has accomplished much among other things The repeal Cubajbettermentpine Islands appointment of two Cath olics on the Indian Commission appoint Cornmission 1 and public institutions including prisonsMand reform schools appointment of Cath olic army chaplains assisting Catholic Indian schools assisting Catholic negro missions introduction of Catholic books relationsbetweennationalities a move toward stricter divorce I laws revision of histories and books of reference prejudicial to the GovernmentI scholars 1 6- U a L i Vv = 1c Ji7i lR I A tQNTUORY IRISH Pl11FL RIOANt KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN Bevotod to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c Hntered at the Louisville Postofflce as 8ecoud Class Matter ddt eta all Cotaronlcallonl to the KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 326 Went dreen Street TRADES U 1iCOUNC- ILLOUISVILLE s KY SATURDAY JULY 16 1904 THE DEMOCRATIC TICKET The Democratic party in national convention assembled in St Louis r i after one of the most interesting sessions ever held by a national I party adopted a platform and nominated iiII its candidates for President and Vice President with a unanim ity unprecedented as both platform I aud nominations were made unani I mous with but one ballot Judge Alton B Parker of New York was placed at the head of the ticket and former Senator Henry T Davis of West Virginia was nominated for Vice President People have 1 come to believe little in platforms any more but as things go the platform adopted in St Louis seems to be satisfactory to all wings of the party William Jennings Bryan advocate of free silver and Bourke Cockran champion of the goldjj standard gave it their hearty in dorsement as do leading free traders i and protectionists It is now conceded even by Re- Publicans that President Roosevelt will not have a walkover as some people affected to believe earlier inII the campaign Things political inII the United States are subject to 1 sudden and unexpected change andII at this writing it would be foolish to predict the outcome That Judge t Parker is a very strong man no oneii will deny and that President Roose velt has elements of strength and good personal qualities is conceded The issues are not yet quite made up A great deal will depend upon the organization The Republicans have the advantage in the matter of being in power with ample means at their command to conduct a cam- Paign If the Democratic organization can get the funds to conduct a legitimate campaign of education they may win Much depends on circumstances and on the future speeches and conduct of the respective candidates New issues will be made up as the campaign progresses Democrats however have every reason to feel satisfied with their candidate for the Presi dency and with the platform CONCEALED WEAPONS The killing of two men at fishing camps during the past two weeks has served to call attention to the unlawful acts of men in carrying concealed deadly weapons There is some talk of amending the pres ent law so as to make the carrying of loncealed deadly weapons a penalI offense in Kentucky instead of a misdemeanor as at present There Is no necessity for changing the law The present statute is suffi ciently severe if the officers of the law would enforce it Any one convicted of carrying concealed a deadly weapon under the presentl statute is liable to a fine and to confinement in the county jail for a period of thirty days It is notl discretionary with the trial judge in the Police Court or in the County Court to set aside the imprison ment How often is the law againstt the carrying of concealed deadly weapons enforced We regret to say the law is almost a dead letter and is rarely enforced Men in r almost all walks of life in Louis yule carry pistols Not only the tough element but the alleged re spectable element indulge in this reprehensible and cowardly habit and if perchance any of these are i arrested for disorderly conduct or IJ other minor offenses and pistols are found on their persons they are never tried for carrying concealed1 deadly weapons and sent to jail for thirty clays as the law says they should be There is almost a cout- h e disrecardof the t enforcementn of the law by police authorities as t well as the officers of the courtscc Judge Gregory has heldover I young Vaughn who killed Lee Suter to await the action of the 1 grand jury but it is doubtful if anything will be done with him This state of affairs ought not to i continue in Louisville There areII too many manslaughters and atc tempts at killing by reason of the I carrying of concealed deadly weap ons and it is high time the officers of the law were taking steps to put an end to it If every man con victed of carrying concealed a deadly I weapon was sent to jail for thirty days there would in a short time be- n falling off in the number of pistols I carried 1 LICENSE ORDINANCE AOAINII Since Mayor Graingers return I from the Democratic national convention in St Louis he has been 1 importuned according to the daily press to call a special meeting ofII the General Council to consider theII 1 ordinance for the benefit of manu factuters merchants and business men on Main street It seems the gentlemen in favor of the ordinance I want it passed at all hazards before I the beginning of the fiscal year on J September i that they may escape I the payment of taxes for the com ing year or at least the payment of an ad valorem tax Mayor Grain ger with commendable foresight I has said to the gentlemen importuning him that he will not call a special meeting of the General Council which has adjourned until July 26- The proposed ordinance has never been published and it is now tooI late to give it proper consideration in time to adopt it before September i 1905 It seems to us that the ordinance should be fully dis cussed by the public before it is rushed through tire General Coun cil The merchants and manufacturers if they are right in this matter certainly can afford to have the ordinance printed and laid be fore the General Council and the public In a matter of this kind it seems to us that all interests should be considered not only Main street but High street Congress alley and Shelby street It looks reasonable to a fairminded person that the ordinance ought to take its course and should go over until its provis ions are known A years time is not too much to discuss a measure of this kind GET RID OF THEM Louisville has a police force of some 330 men and officers Taken altogether the force is one of the very best in the country There are men on the force who are a credit to the city and to the department As a matter of course there are in this large body of men some who are not up to the standard of efficiency or morals which the police act contemplates Of late there have been some complaints about policemen frequenting fishing camps where gambling is permitted and where disreputable women gather together There have also been complaints about some of the mem bers of the department habitually associating with disreputable women and maintaining these openly in defiance of law and selfrespect Of course such men should not be on the force and Mayor Grainger and his Board of Public Safty will weedl them out The Mayor leads a moralI life himself He is sober and dis creet and sets a good example to his subordinates in all departments He can be depended upon to get rid of the men who are a disgrace qt to the ddepartments ThfJcan1lOt be done in a day but it will be done in due time- WICKEDNESS I IN LOUISVILLE I In commenting on the death of R Lee Suter a member of the Board of Public Safety various Protestant ministers in their pul pits last Sunday were very sweep ing in their assertions That the shooting was a deplorable and dis graceful affair no one can deny but when the ministers go into political discussion and make the statement from the pulpit that Louisville isI the wickedest city in the country they overstep the bounds Political control has little to do with the im moral conduct in Louisville The same conditions that now prevail would probably exist if another I party or another set of men were in office What is wanted is a health ier moral sentiment among the peo ple and a disposition to obey and enforce laws now on the statute J books Louisville is no worse than other cities but there is too much I disregard of the law regulating theJJ carrying of concealed deadly weap ons Public sentiment should crush this out The fight between the New YorkII Gaelic American and Col John Fiuerty of the Chicago Citizen will not help either Both are too bitter and their eyes seem shut to their own faults I J Will Haldeman did not get to be National Committeeman but he hasI given his friends to understand that t he will skin Urey a block in working for the success of the Dem I ocratic ticket Ollie James the Pennyrile Con gressman may be something of a politician but he is not in it when he bucks against our Swagar Sher ley and Charley Grainger JOLLY AND SOLIDI Members of Father Whites Parish to Give Lawn Pete Those desiring to spend a delightfully cool evening are invited to the lawn fete to be given by the CliftoCrescent Club on Father Whites lawn next Monday evening July 18 The club is made up of the jolliest as well as the most solid members of the parish and those who attend one of the outings once are sure to attendagain Father Whites people are noted for their generosity and good fel lowship and visitors always receive a welcome that makes them feel at home at once The very mention of those in charge will give the readers of the Kentucky Irish American an idea of what this the first of a series of lawn fetes is going to be- General CommitteeEdward Burke Chairman T H Merrimee Secretary and Treasurer Joseph Kessack P R Dawson Leo Edelen and Peter Helm Young Ladies Sodality Misses Nona Halloran Josie Kelly Rose Shea Julia Hallorau Lillian Burke and Mary Fitz geraldAltar Society MesdamesOrth Liebert Ray and Miss Maria Merriniee With such persons on the committees visitors may be assured of a warm wel come The admission is only fifteen cents and this entitles the holder to ice cream The committee shave arranged for various innocent games and amuse ments and the children will be enter tamed from 4 to 0 oclock Take Cres cent Hill cars which stop at the lawn FOR IRISH FIELD DAY County Board Requested to Act at the Next Regu Jar Meeting Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held an interesting meeting Tuesday night A communication was read from Division 1at Ashland stating that Boyle county was now well organ ized and that forty newly elected mem bers were ready to receive the degrees An invitation to the outing and excur sion to be given Monday by Trinity Council to Feru Grove was received and acceptedThere was an intelligent discussion upon the work before the divisions of the order in this city and a resolution call- Ing upon the County Board to hold the annual Irish field day In the city thisI year was adopted without a dissenting vote The discussion of the severali questions was participated in by Messrs Martin Cusick John Mulloy Newton G Rogers Thomas Walsh and others Ofr course nothing further can be done untilI the next meeting of the County Board which will be called when Presidentt Sullivan returns from the national con vention ITWice A MONTH Division 2 which has greatly increasedl in membership under the administration I of President Con Ford will meet twice a month hereafter The meeting will beheld on the firat And third Friday nights giving the menibenmore time to transact the incretting volume of buiiMin k SOCIETY i Miss Mamie Dillon has returned from French Lick Springs John Doyle was last week the guest of Dr J M Lilly at Fairfield Miss Annie McGill has been spending several days at the Worlds Fair Patrick Begley has gone to St Louis to represent Division 3 at the Hibernian convention Miss Alice Hayes had a most enjoyable time while the guest of Mrs Goldrick at Bardstown Mrs A Weist and daughter Miss Rose of Portland have gone to Sulphur Springs Ind Miss Rose Kelly has returned from a pleasant visit with Miss Margaret Conroy at Mt Sterling Mrs Frank McKernan of Beechmont had as her guest this week Mrs F V Hart of Rnsscllville Mrs Robert Zubrod has returned from Henderson where she visited hermother Mrs R C McFarland Misses Halite and Rhoda Cary were last week the charming guests of Miss Mary Muir at Bardstowu Miss Margaret Fahey of Nashville 1 who has been here visiting Miss May Bennett has returned home Mrs J P Cummins and children have returned from Loretto and Lebanon where they visited relatives Will Wood is spending his vacaliou near Raywick as the guest of his uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs Hughes George Buckman has returned to his home at Lebanon after a short visit with Michael Thornton at New Albany The New Haven Echo announces the arrival of Miss Julia Thornbury to spend the summer with Mrs T B Tennelly Miss Lithe Murphy and her mother have returned after a delightful visit to Will Murphy and family at Bloomfield Miss Estelle OConnor left Monday for St Louis to visit her aunt Mrs W G Stewart and to attend the Worlds Fair Miss BcezJe Hannon will leave soon for New York from where she will sail fur Paris returning home early in Septem ber Mrs Mary Burke of Jeffersonville after visiting friends at Cannelton left with a large party to visit the Worlds Fair Misses Marietta and Belle HIggins of Owensboro have been visiting James T Higgins and family at 615 West Oak streetMrs J Toner and Miss Alice Toner returned Tuesday from Danville where they had been the guests of Mrs Laura MooreEugene J Henchey was among the number from this city who registered at the Kentucky building Tuesday from this city Miss Ada and Lizzie McGovern arrived at their home in New Albany the first of the week after an enjoyable visit with friends of Evansville A little girl has come to brighten the home of T J Broderick 333 Tenth street and among the friends of his family thee is great rejoicing The Nelson County Record notes the visit of Miss Bertha Barrett to Mrs Ap plegate and says she is a good musician and a charming young lady Mrs William H Rihn left Thursday on a visit to the St Louis Worlds Fair During her stav she will be the guest ofr her sister Mrs John Tierney Miss Adele Albrecht had as her guests at her home in Portland this week Misses Agnes and Eunice Meikle two attractive visitors from Chicago Miss Anna Belle Rihn has just returned from Elizabethtowm where sheI had been visiting during the past tenI days as the guest of Miss Minnie Fowler Miss Mamie Weisenberger and Miss Stella Buckley had a delightful time while visiting friends in Frankfort They were the recipients of much social atten tion Mrs John Whalen and Miss ZellaI Whalen have returned to their home in New Albany after visiting friends at Sparta Ill and attending the Worlds PairJames B Brown Louisvilles efficient t Tax Receiver and his estimable wife left Wednesday for a ten days season ofr rest and recreation at French Lick Springs Louis Kiefer of the RobinsonNorton Dry Goods Company and well known inI society circles left Tuesday to spend a two weeks vacation visiting St Louis and the Worlds Pair- S Nicholas Gathof accompanied by Ills wife left Thursday for a ten days trip to St Louis and the Worlds Fair Nlc will also look in on the Hibernian convention before returning Misses Lena Heath and Ella OConnell1 left Thursday to visit Mrs F J Buttimer and Mrs James Buttimer of New Castle They will also visit Eminence andi Drennon Springs before returning home Dr Charles Moir of the City HospitalI staff has gone to St Louis to spend Irish week at the fair and attend the field day ports of the Hibernians The doctor says the Irish are the real thing when it cornea to athletic sport of any kind Tberc1IWl h lfitaMullaaey o 1 PRIDE OF THE HOME Pretty Child of Mr and Mrs Jacob J Busch of 715 East Kentucky Street home 1120 Churchill street another fine boy having arrived from Babyland Papa Thomas thinks the little fellow the greatest that ever arrived on Churchill street and many of his neighbors agree with him Mrs William Osborne of Oakdale is expected home today from Rochester and Syracuse where she was called some weeks ago to attend the funeral of her son Her two nieces will accompany her and will spend the summer iu Louisville James McKenna and his charming wife of Fairfield with Misses Elizabeth Margaret and Mary McKenna and Sallie McAllister who visited here for a few days formeda jolly party that left this week for a ten days visit to the Worlds Fair Edward Joyce the well known railroad section foreman left Thursday for a trip to Galway and other parts of Ireland Mr Joyces parents residing there He expects to also visit London before his return which will be about November 1 Miss Maggie ONeil 520 Wes Breckin ridge street will leave today for a two weeks visit to her sister Mrs Edward Cowan at Dayton Ohio Her nieces Misses May and Virginia Cowan will return with her to visit their grand mother and other relatives Messrs William J and J H Hohman will spend next week with Mr and Mrs Wm Peters on their beautiful stock farm at Ocalona Ky After a season of recreation they will make up a party for St Louis and New Orleans where they will spend the heated term Cards are out for the marriage of Miss Julia McGuire of South Louisville and William Tucker of Columbus Tenn The ceremony will take place at Holy Name rectory the Rev Father OConnor officiating The couplenvill make their home at Atlanta where the groom will engage in business Mr Lucien Harwood of New Albany and Miss Virginia Mackey of this city were quietly married at St Patricks church rectory Tuesday evening at 730 oclock Miss Mackey is a popular West End girl and is a cousin of Lawrence J Mackey of the Postoffice department Mr Harwood is assistant cashier of the Pennsylvania railroad general freight office and is well regarded by his office associates they presenting the happy couple with a silver set After the cere mony they left for a trip to Atlantic City and Buffalo On their return they will be at home to their friends at 1421 West Jefferson street Miss Mayme Shea entertained a number of her friends Monday evening at her home on West Market street The feature of the evening was the singing of Harry Forest Joseph Montedonico and Cressy Vaughn and the piano recital ofr R Clarence Best Amoug those present were Misses Mayme Shea Blanche Brooks Margaret Grogan Carrie Rudell Mayme Reilly Margaret Shaughnessy MaymeIParker Messrs R Clarence Best Joseph Montedonico Tom OConnell Cressy Vaughn Harry Forest Joseph Hanrahan Kendrick Williams John Hoffman Ray Crockett William Condron and George Denny Refreshments were served andl dancing was indulged iu until a late hour Miss Shea proved herself a charm ing hostess A pretty July wedding was the one which occurred Tuesday morning at St Martins church when Frank Dacher and Miss Kate Piazza were united in the holy bonds of wedlock by Rev Andrew Thome who was also the celebrant of the nuptial mass The morning after the showers of the day before was bright and clear and all nature seemed to vie in the effort to make the event attractive and beautiful and if there is good fortune in the saying Happy is the bride the sun shines on then this bride will be thrice blessed say her many admirers Joseph Dacher and Will Parsons were the attendants and a special musical pro gramme was rendered After the ceremony the bridal party and a few intimate friends and relatives repaired to the home of the brides parents where the wed ding breakfast was served The roomsI were tastefully decorated for the occa sion and the tables were most charmingly arranged Mr and Mrs Dacher left on the morning train for St Louis where they will spend their honeymoon EXCITING GAME 1An exciting base ball contest took placeI last Sunday afternoon between the Rich ard Quinn and the Pat Rush nines for thechampionsbip of Limerick the latter team winning by a score of seven to two Jim McDonald and Dan White were the Rush battery while Joe Wagner andl Will Brady acted for the Quinns Thet features of the game were the batting of Dave Burke and the fielding of TomI Shelley The Quinns say they are not satisfied with the result of last Sundays game and are practicing daily with the intention of challenging the winnnci for another ganw c HUH + H t + + H + H + + + + tt +t Something Doing in Mens Pants 1500 Pair Miens Fine All Wool Cassi mere Worsted and Fancy Cheviot Pants worth 3 and 350 This week 19s THE PAIR 1It EHRICH CO Clothiers Hatters and FurnishersX y 319 TO uo WEST JI3FFm SON ST t +++t+t+++ ttt+++++t++++ ttt+ gmmimmmmmnt immmmmmmmnni tmmmm- mife10RPHANSMw FESTIVAL I rw Wednesday July 27 1904 Beginning at 9 a m on the grounds of the = ISTJOSEPHS ORPINS HOME + g CRESCENT HILL =S- H Excellent Music by Eichorns Band of 1 Twenty Five Men ww w 55 Grand Illumination at Night Concert by Concordia Singing Society = aww w ADMISSION 25 CENTSw Mr CS Children under 12 years of age accompanied by parents free = X11U1U111U1U111111U1U11i111UULU1Ill11I tIttIU1i1i11I 0 n STATIONERS I Pe Bradley GiM Co J PRNT faI I cI INCCIirOKAiJfD f 81M D usersERpKentuckyTtpewrlleeuppllesRibbonsetcforrUsehinesB00 KY t RECENT DEATHS The death of little Blanche Cavanaugh brought gloom to the home of her parents Charles and Mary Cavanaugh at 1816 Twelfth street who have the sympathy of a wide cjrcle of friends The funeral took place Sunday afternoon when the remains were laid to rest in St Louis cemeteryMrs Widman beloved wife of Adolph Widman of Clifton passed o her eternal reward Saturday morning after an illness of short duration She was but eighteen years of age and her untimely death caused profound sorrow among her many friends Her funeral took place Monday morning from St Josephs church with a solemn mass of requiem for the repose of her soul Last Sunday morning little Irene the nineyearold daughter of the late Anthony and Maggie Kennedy Sheridan passed peacefully away at her home 1829 Portland avenue She was a bright and lovable child and was the idol of the Sisters and pupils of the Sacred Heart Academy where she had been at tending school Two weeks ago she was taken sick dread pneumonia intervening and causing her death The funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Patricks with solemn requiem mass and was very largely attended a long cortege of car riages and mourning friends following the remains to St Louis cemetery The funeral of John Hanlon whose death resulted from a fall while he was delirious from fever took place from St Patricks church Rev Father Cronin officiating Haulou was best known for his genial good nature and proverbial readiness to assist the poor and needy Because of his large size he attracted much attention and all with whom he came in contact learned to respect him He had traveled the world over and was ever ready to entertain his friends with an interesting and instructive story The daily papers did Haulon great injustice in their notices of his death as he died from the cause above stated The remains were laid to rest in St Louis cem etery the pallbearers being representa tive men It is asserted that his grave is the largest in the State he being a man of immense proportions Hanlon had un I dergone an operation which caused the fever that made him delirious IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered by the Henderson Rdute Between Louisville and St Louis Commencing Sunday June 20 Ken tuckys popular line the Henderson route will inaugurate a safe and fast day service between Lcuisville and St Louis in each direction and will improve the time and equipment generally of all tratns between these points Three daily trains will be operated in each direction on the following safe schedules between Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville 830 a m 9 p m and 7 a m arrive St Louis 010 p m 720 a m and 016 p m The equipment is brand new just from the shops of the most modern vestibule pattern and is as fine as on any train op erating in or out of Kentucky The 830 a m train through without change tof cars will be composed of Pullman observation parlor cars free reclining chair cars dining cars and high back trainlthrough without changeof cars con sist of Pullman sleeping cars free reclining chair cars and high back seat pas senger coaches The dining cars on day trains will serve meals a la catle you pay onlyforwbatyouiel All trains will leave from and arrive in toe S vwithitret Union depot LottU K t I JOCKEY CLUB PARK Eight Days Beginning Sunday July 17 RAIN OU SHINE THE KIL TIES ARE COMING WITH 40Bandsmen40 7 Soloists 7 2Bagplpors2GHlghland 1 6Brltlsh Military Buglers6 The pride of all Canada Matinees daily in Palm Garden Admission 25 Cents Children 15 Cts Refreshments at ta- blesCOAL 100 Bushels Pittsburg First Pool 1300 100 Bushels Pittsburg Fourth Pool 1200 Plllsburg 1st Pool 325 Plttsburg 4th Pool 300 Jolllco 300 Laurel 300 Coal is freshly mined and well screened JOS DOUGHERTYHo- mePhone 256 1416 West Bro- adwalPTARCHER OutDaorandFlash Photography Hone Phone 5709 Room 44 Courier Journal Building Summer styles have arrived in lIatstCaps Gloves and Umbrellas ville arriving at and departing from the magnificent new Union Station St Louis For any other information call upon E M Womack City Passenger Agent 230 Fourth avenue Louisville or F G Cunningham Traveling Passenger Agent 206 North Broadway St Louis 10 MICHIGAN AND RETURN 10 Via Motion route and steamer Manitou to Mackinac Petoskey Harbor Spring Bay View and Charlevoix The Monon route will sell tickets from Louisville to the above delightful resorts in Michigan on Wednesday August 17 via Chicago and the magnificent steel steamship returningfifteenManitou extra former from 1 to 2 according to location and the latter a la carte This is the one and only annual rail and Lake Michigan outing at greatly reduced price and by the satisfaction given in former years boasts being the trip without an equal For reservations and further information address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louis ville Ky 150 INDIANAPOLIS AND RBTURN 150 Big Four route Sunday July 17 Spe cud train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at 8 oclock a m Returning train leaves Indianapolis Union depot at 7 oclock pm Get tickets at city ticket office 259 Fourth avenue audatdepot 81 Gates General Agwt n 0 i iii 4- ii w r ji i J NTUCKY IRISH AME1 FPBANNON MJJh BANNOtf ROBT BURRELL P BANNON JR President VlcePres 11 Gen Mgr Secretary Treasurer Kentucky Vitrifie Brick Ca INCORPORATED IcnnufaoturcprM o2 VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W Jefferson St Works Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and 10th r4 TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 44 + + + + + ++ +++++++++ tt+++++++ ++ttt+ + +tttt4 ++ Oran We Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 810 + tttttttt++ t + + + +MM H 4 44 +++++H 11H+I+H1HIIIHHHI+I+I+II+11H+HIHHHooi1+H J E TRACY L II STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 I TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS CarflSfeostrNSutedonr 1531 W MARKET STREET t 11 H11+HH11 IHH HHH IIMH1+I1I1IH1 1IHHHW SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOi i ON THE r o I1mo lasnur Yb In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent XI H ROCKWELL Traffic MAnager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager DRINK 11BIIfJl l BOTTLED BY HENRY C LAUER 407 East Jefferson Street TELEPHONE 1140 Worlds Fair Short Line soiitneni RailwayU FORTYTHREE MILES THE FASTEST AND BEST SHORTESTff wo 11bS FAI t LOOK AT THE SCHEDULE Leave Louisville 0 a m daily arrive St Louis 450 p m Solid through train of Pullman sleepers observation dining car and day coaches from Louisville to St Louis without change Leave Louisville 1015 p m daily ar rive St Louis 732 a m Solid through train from Louisville with sixteen section Pullman sleeper All trains make close connection in Union Station at St Louii with Wabash suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES FROM LOUISVILLE 1300 good returning until December 15 1004 1100 good returning in sixty days 1000 good returning in fifteen days Tickets will be on sale daily at the above rates 700 coach excursion tickets 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 ilungerford District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth Ave Louisville G B Allen Assistant General 1 Passenger Agent St Louis BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago AND AM POINTS IN INDIANA andMICHIGAN I Clevelandd BuffaloII New York BostonA- ND 1 ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished onl application at City Ticket Office Big Four Route 659 Fourth Ave or write toI S1 Ostw Geat Agent enxerAgtt i KJ nJ a CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefterson 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 rfIfR M ANDRWI SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST GOOD FOR DAN GILL Dan Gill of 2307 West Walnut street has gone to St Louis to accept a good position with the Adams Express Company During the Worlds Pair he will be stationed at the companys office on the grounds where he will be pleased to see any of his friends from Kentucky Dan is a popular member of Mackiu Council and the Nonpariel Club Hi many Louisville associates wish him suc regrethisdepartureLAID TO REST Michael Fog rty for many years a popular and respected resident of Jeffer sonville was buried Tuesday from St Anthonys church Rev Father OCon nell officiating The deceased was sometime ago afflicted and was taken to Indianapolis where he died His remains were brought to his former home an taken charge of by the Ancient Order f Hibernians of which the deceased Ina long been a faithful member The di vision turned out in a body and the pall bearers were Robert Gleason John Cole Michael Breen James OWe J Clarence Weir and Jobta Carroll o SAD DEATH t John P Collins Passes Away at Hot Springs After bong Illness John P Collins one of the best known members of the Louisville police depart ment died very suddenly in Hot Springs Ark on Thursday where he had gone for his health For many years Collins was keeper of Central police station at the headquarters and was held in the highest esteem by his superiors and by the general public lie was a genial I hlgbestInervous and stomach troubles A month ago he was granted a leave of absence and went to Hot Springs There he grew worse and his nervous troubles in creased affectinghis mind at times In a moment of temporary insanity he shot himself in the stomach while his attend ants were absent from hisroom and he died inslaptly The remains were brought to Louisville Friday and deceased who was a con sistent Catholic and who had always attended to his religious duties was given a Christian burial lIe is mourned bya loving mother and several sisters and brothers As a mark of respect a detail of police officers attended the funeral by order of the Board of Public Safety OLDHAM CLUB PICNIC All Indications Point to n Big Crowd and Pleasant Evening The charity picnic to be given by the Oldhain Club next Thursday at Phoenix Hill Park gives promise of filling that pleasant resort The different commit tees and the Ladles Auxiliary have been putting forth their best efforts during the past several weeks in making arrange ments for the entertainment of those who attend The children will be ad witted free to the park and during the afternoon special amusements will beI furnished them Morbachs orchestra will furnish the music afternoon and eveningBowling contests and other amuse ments will be features of the evening and a delightful supper at a reasonable price will be served by the Ladies Aux iliary The proceeds of the picnic will be donated strictly to charity and as the Oldham Clubs efforts in that respect have always been appreciated no doubt is entertained as to the success of the affair MACKIN COUNCIL Great Increase in Member ship During the Past Few Weeks Mackin Council had a well attended meeting Tuesday night when Joseph Schaefer Frank Klein and William OToole were obligated and another ap plication filed The members present were agreeably surprised by the reports of the Secretaries which showed an in crease in membership of twentyfive dur ing the last two weeks The committee arranging for the picnic at Sugar Grove announced that August 2 had been selected as the date and that it would be a basket affair There will be one boat only leaving the Portland wharf in the morning- Announcement was made that the joint initiation under the auspices of the three councils would take place at Trinity Hall on Sunday afternoon August 7 Also that the degree team would go to Lexing ton to initiate K class ou August 21 when a special train will be run over the Ches apeake Ohio The Building Commit tee reported that work had been resumed on the new club house which would now be pushed to completion VISITED PARENTS Thomas Burkholder formerly of this city but now of Chicago leaves today for the Windy City after a pleasant visit of two weeks with his parents His friends here are pleased with his success he now holding a responsible position with one of Chicagos largest corpora tions He looks well and has the air and manner of a capitalist His host of Louis vine friends were all glad to see him CHARITY LAWN FETE A lawn fate will be given at Mrs J J Barretts residence 838 East Main street Thursday evening July 8 the proceeds to be donated to a well known charitable purpose Mrs Barrett is being assisted by several prominent ladles of the East End and those who attend can be as sured in advance of a pleasant evening and at the same time feel that they are helping a worthy cause GOING TO ST LOUIS 1Martin Cusick who has held all the offices in the gift of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in Kentucky will leave today for St Louis in order to witness the contestssscheduled for tomorrow at the Fair- Grounds Mr Cusick has attended many of the National conventions of the Hiber nians as State and County Delegate and he will attend all the sessions the order departLure with the administration of President Dolan and predicted that he would have no opposition for reelection Mr Cusick will also spend several days viewing the Fair VOWSd thde world as Miss Clara Pitt and the daughter of a well known Kentucky family williI make her solemn profession tomorrow att Rosary Hill Home at Hawthorn New york o r r i KENTUCKY Catholic Knights Havo Perfect Arrangements For the Worlds Fair Trip Expected That a Thousand Will Participate In the Great Celebration State Council Asked to Change Date of the Biennial Convention CENTRAL COMMITTEES GOOD WORK The much talkedof excursion of the Catholic Knights of America of Ken tucky to the Worlds Fair was definitely n CHARLES A HILL Hardworking member of Centrall Committee settled last Friday night at the regular monthly meeting of the Central Com mittee President Newton Rogers occu pied the chair and John J Score was appointed Secretary in the absence of Albert Martin Neither the Executive nor Membership Committees had any thing to report Chairman Reichert for the Entertainment Committee reported that every arrangement had been com pleted for the Catholic Knights Worlds Fair excursion in September The com mittee urged all Knights to be energetic and invite their friends to go with them and participate in the celebration of Catholic Knights day which will take place Tuesday September 13 The fare for the round trip which includes first class passage over the Henderson route and three days board and lodging at the American Hotel a new and high class hostelry right at the grounds has been placed at the low price of 15 And all who wish may remain longer as the tickets will be good till the following Sat urday night This report gave much sat isfaction and Chairman Reichert and Secretary E J Mann were authorized to place the tickets on sale This will be one of the best opportunities offered to visit the great Exposition and will be the only one which will provide such excel lent accommodations for so small a price Upon the call of branches three reported applications two of them being ladies with but one death during the month State President Veeneman who had just returned from a visit to the branches at Covington and Newport stated that he found those branches in good condition the meetings being well attended Extensive arrangements he said are being made for the State conven tion in September when the delegates to the State Council will be handsomely en tertained By unanimous vote President Veene man and Secretary Score were requested to call the Slate Council biennial session for Tuesday September 0 instead of Sep tember 13 which is the day set aside for the Catholic Knights of America at the Worlds Fair Resolutions were ordered sent all the branches and the Central Committee is of opinion that each will take favorable action William C Smith read some interest ing proceedings from the Texas State convention some of which had bearing upon the reratiug question President Rogers quoted extracts from fraternal journals and enlightened the members on several important questions The meeting was well attended but a much larger gathering is looked for in August After adjournment the Entertainment Committee held a short business session deciding to meet weekly from now until after the trip to St Louis JOCKEY CLUB PARK James B Camp who has secured the Jockey Club Park for the balance of the season announces for his opening at traction beginning tomorrow afternoon and continuing eight days The Ktlties Canadas famous Gordon Highlander Band This great organization is now making its eighth annual tour From the first they were recognized as one of the leading musical organizations of the world but after over three years of con slant service and considering that the band includes some of the greatest musi cians that America has produced they are now admitted to be musically at the head of all the big bands The novelty of what might be called the specialty features with the band has made quite as big a popular hit as the band proper The famous male choir the Highland dancers the vocal soloist the buglers bagpipers and other special features together with the beautiful Highland uniform have combined in making The Kitties visits throughout America one continued ovation The concerts will be given dally rain or shine and children will be charged only fifteen ants for admission dire ofitKiab ptiptiag ii- r t- Pu WINNERS In Popularity Contest Return Thanks to Their Friends LOUISVIWJ KY July 13 lJoIKen tucky Irish AmericanGentlemen Will you kindly allow me sufficient space in your valuable paper to tender my many friends and supporters in my recent popularity contest my sincere thanks for their untiring zeal and labor during my short canvas notwithstanding my defeat Also to tender my victorious opponent Miss Mamie Riley my best wishes for a happy and pleasant trip to the Worlds Fair Wishing the Kentucky Irish Amer- Ican all kinds of luck and prosperity I beg to remain yours fraternally EltLA A OCONK8tI Mr CUJMHNS MICH July 71001 The Kentucky Irish American Louis vine KyGentlemen Have just received notification to the effect that I am the fortunate winner in the Ken tucky Irish American contest Al low me to extend to you and to all my friends who did me the honor of voting for me my heartfelt thanks and assure you of my high appre ciation I also desire to congratulate you upon the most fair and impartiall way in which the contest has been con ducted I regret exceedingly that all contestants could not have been winners and wish they could join me in the trip to the fair With best wishes for future prosperity of the Kentucky Irish Ameri can and again with thanks I remain most sincerely Tno3 FmcinnoN SATOLLI COUNCIL Elects Harry Colgih Delegate to the Lexington Con vention Satolli Council Y M I honored itself and a worthy member Monday night by the election of Harry Colgan as delegate to the Grand Council of the Kentucky Jurisdiction which convenes next month at Lexington During his term as President of Satolli Council he showed himself possessed of great execu tive ability an able speaker and good parliamentarian While any young man might covet the honor his friends are elated over the fact that his election was unanimousOnly of committees and routine business came before the meeting The progress being made by the Ladies Aux iliary is very gratifying and it is ex pected that before long this organization will be us strong numerically as any of the three local councils President Crotty and Secretary McDonogh are doing splendidwork for Satolli and their report to the Grand Council will no doubt be a pleasant surprise to many delegates ELECTED OFFICERS The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Council has almost reached the century mark in membership At the meeting held Tuesday night the following officers were elected for the ensuing year President Miss Mayme Kiely Vice President Emma Huber Financial Sec retary Anna Daly Recording Secretary Josephine Iloertz Corresponding Secretary Josie Lawlcr Treasurer Stella Oehler Marshal Mamie Burkhart WINCHESTER Five boys and three girls received their first holy communion last Sunday morning at St Josephs church Winchester The altar was ablaze with lights and the pretty little church presented a brilliant scene being thronged with relatives and friends of the young communicants Rev father William Ryan who instructed the class administered the sacrament and preached an eloquent and impressive sermon AND OTHERS TOO It was a scene says the Western Watch man of St Louis calculated to make Catholics thoughtful when on Thursday evening at the Worlds Fair a half mill- Ion people more than ouehalf non Catholic tarried long into the night tu- get a glimpse of a man whose only claim to public attention was the fact that he was a Cardinal and in some way repre sented the Pope of Rome CULLEYS NEW STORE R M Culley the well known wall paper man has fitted up a new store at 1370 Seventh street the entire building beingremodeled under hits special direc tions Mr Culley has made many friends and patrons in the past by his courteous treatment and satisfactory work and no doubt will receive added business in his new location having the only wall paper store in that vicinity RESTING IN COUNTRY Al Kolb who has been kept busy all the year entertaining his friends at his popular cafe 345 West Green street left this week with his family for a rest and recreation in the country He is located in a pleasant and shady spot near Borden Ind and will not return for ten days During his absence his genial assistant Will Repetto will have charge- of the business LAWN PETE FESTIVAL Next Tuesday and Wednesday evenings there will be a Jawn fete and festival for the benefit of St Georges church at Eighteenth and Magnolia Father Weiss and his people will make it pleasant for those who attend and in addition aU holders of tickets will be included in the drawing for fifteen prizes SELLS COUNTRY HOME Stephen Keeley has sold his country home located near Thirtysecond and Broadway to Richard J Whitty of the Big Store Mr Keeley will move to his former residence at541 Zaue street and will no doubt take an in Do minican church affairs in which he was alwy i Intwwrted j PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged rELEPHONE u so Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener1 Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BREVVING CO ANYIJSTOOIIFOIIATEI3 TELEPHONE 4B2 LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 TID 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 ASI 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 JOH3V IB FPRAIWIC WAITKRS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY +Ht M M Mt M +M H H H H I H tMt tM M M M Ht tMt tMttM tM tM +4 FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES AL KOLB345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS + H H 44444444444 Katie A Smithi formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All callsanswered prompt ly day or night BOTH P1IONBS 1677 OFFICE 652 FIFTH STREET LDBAXFUNERAL AND EMBALMER rr CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone 36o 700 E Chestnut Street Both Phones 1180 Established 1863 JOHN 8B1RATTERMAN Successor to Mrs Geo Rallerman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions Alicalls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST REMEMBERED A most enjoyable surprise party was tendered Philip Monoghan by his young friends at his home 1811 Twelfth street in celebration of his fifteenth birthday The evening was devoted to music and games followed by an elegant and boun teous supper Among those present were Misses Mary Delaney Mary Riley Mary Byrnes Annie Clark Annie ONeil Edna McGrath Agnes Hyland Julia and Nellie OMalley Clara Josie and Maggie Pitre Leona Blau Lillian Burch Blanche Hut sel and Mrs Josie Monoghan Messrs John Stnalley John hum Will OMalley Thomas Byrnes John OMal Byrnes Clarence Sudduth Turner McIntyre Frank Wagness Prank Carnes Harry Eakins and Philip Mon oghan PLANS READY Plans for St Augustines new church in Jeffersonville have been prepared and accepted by Father OConnell and the trustees and as soon as the remaining debris is carried away the work of build ing will commence The new structure wilt be a handsome one and will cost be- tweet 30OOQ and 10000 u ploelix jlill park Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings r= greatlyimproved y with new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contractsQUICK MEALG- AS RANGES Lead in quality style reputation and merit Universally acknowledged to be STANDARD OF EXCE- LLENCEGEHERSON 217 Market St near Second QO TO PioneerBottling House FOR nSTRAIGHT WHISKIESB- IG JUG AT DOOR J P i ATE r913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Slallosa sP HEEEMAM BEOS r IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealas- era in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES UQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOON VAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 416 w QRI3I1iN lilT IiNTITc7IIBISH AMbRICANT F PFP ANNUAL CUARITYPICNIC GIVEN BY THE OLDHAM CLUBk At Phoenix Hill Park THURSDAY JULY 21 04 MORBACHS UNION ORCHESTRA j Admission 25 Cents OHlXiDREN FREE v4 OFFICERS AND MEMBERS John II Hennessey President Joseph Morthorst Vicepresident W P McDonogh Rec Secy Wm J Connelly Fin Treasurer J F Wagner John J Barry John J Score E1Vpgner D J Meagher John Burke James J Kenealey Mike McDermott Thos J Lynch Pat Kilkenny John Crotty and Dave Burke Y Y I 1 I i I I I I TET Aij lLbSpecial at 45c t Try a packagefor ice tea guaranteed be the best you ever drank for the toiiP110110 a Tr1CL1 Oi MULLOYCOFFEE COFFBEf tHome Phone 1323 214 W MARKET STREET Cumb Mnln 1189 tHIHI HIHlIIHhI IH1IIII IHI dH 11H+IHIHIIH+III i PIANOSOurhas commanded the CONFIDENCE OF THE PEOPLE Of Louisville and throughout the State of Kentucky and other States in which we operate Our line of instruments represents what we believe to be THE BUST in their grades We know the PRICES ARE RIGHT and the success of our piano business PROVES OUR METHODS TO BE CORRECT MontenegroRiehm Music Co camso30 OIJI2TFI AVENUE r GAS RANGESON We dont sell ranges BUT if you one from your own stove dealer we will arrange so that you can pay for it on TISRI- VIJSKentuckyI Heating Co xolophoxzo iG21 r + tPSRAYCOHilO GarriaO6s23023Z W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY aa au I I +++++F+ 3 Package EASY purchase EASY i =j Gr J CHEAP PLASTERING CHEAPt I I IIIII DIAMOND WALL PLASTER IIIHANUPACTURED BY KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COa B J CAMPBELL SONS Proprietors Manufactures Diamond Wall Plaster Campbells Cement Plaster Louisville Wood d Fiber Plaster Campbells Wainscoting Finish In any color and Powdered Lime E Doth Phonesa67 Brook and River LOUlSVllle Ky 4 iIIi WWS 5PENCGR President dUreFor Business Good Employment and Succm tCAU OR WRtrc ron run iHroBUATWM Union Hittml ttk IxTN AND i MAIN Business CollegeSTRBBTS LOl11SYIlLE KY OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY r BLUE GRASS EXCHANGEL- ouis Wabnitz Co Proprietors TWO ItdatierS FIFTHST1 CI J I I i J BACON SONS 150 Wash Dress Skirts for 98c We just received a quantity of Wash Dress Skirts made in the newest and preferred summer styles and of the choicest materials such as Duck Pique Mercerized Chambray Cheviots and Coverts some made in plain color others in dots and circle patterns Tersely told we have a number of choice styles have sold the same kind heretofore at 150 While they lest you can buy them for 98c Ladles White Shirt Waists Daintily made of fine white India linen choice of three effective styles lace trimmed bertha embroidery yoke or yoke tucked and embroidery each style made with new 48values1 Muslin Underwear 19Calteration 29CtuckedOCstitchedo Ladies Muslin Gowns tucked yoke regular 50c39Cvalue clearance sale price 58Crnme75Candto 00 O + 0 IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Dooley estate in Kings county has been partially sold to the tenants The Longford Board of Guardians elected John Brady Chairman for the year at the June meeting The Boyle District Council have de cided to extend their waterworks scheme to Abbeytown and Greatmeadow- On the motion of Denis J Kelly the Roscommon County Council unani mously resolved to abolish the main road system in the county Each district will iu future have to pay for its own roads Addressing the grand jury when the crown business was taken up at the Long ford quarter sessions Judge Curran congratulated them on the state of the county and said there was only one case to go before them Rev Hugh ODonnell transferred some months ago from Gurteen to Swin ford was recently presented with a splen did address and a beautifully inscribed chalice by the people of his native par ish where intense regret was felt at his removalThere is a veritable famine still for fuel in parts of Roscommon Although the bogs abound with turf stacks since last year this fuel is nothing better than spoddagh as the turf ricks are thor oughly watersoaked and must be reo reared again that is if they can be re reared at all- Manager Tallow has now his full staff employed at the peat works recently established at Innis Junction and the work is reported progressing in a most satisfactory manner At present the turf is being turned out at the rate of 1000 every ten minutes the men being paid by the thousands- At the statutory annual meeting of the Leitrim County Council the outgoing Chairman P Gaffney and the Vice Chairman P Maguire were returned unanimously The Roscommon Herald says better selections could not be made and the fact of their unopposed return is an indication of the opinion entertained by their colleagues of their administrative abilitiesA accident occurred at Moygard County SlIgo which resulted in the death of a child of John Calla han aged five years It appears that the child accompanied by others of the family took some fire to an outhouse and while playing there the little ones clothing in some inexplicable way be came ignited and before help arrived the child had sustained such serious injuries that death resulted in a few hours after wardAt the last meeting of the Longford County Council John Phillips was reelected Chairman of the ensuing year In returning thanks Chairman Phillips gave his reasons for declining to serve as Justice of the Peace saying England only held him loyal by force of the bayonet besiMate accepted the position of Magistrate he must take an oath of fealty and this he could not do holding his present opinions General dissatisfaction has been expressed in Balladaghaderreen owing to the reply received from the authorities to a memorial asking for a quarter session to be held at least twice a year in the town to convenience the litigants who have to journey long distances to the County Courts held in Stockstdn Castle rea and Boyle It was thought that owing to the inconvenience caused the public and the fact of the Court House being adequate in every way for the purpose in tended the reply would be favorable Some few weeks ago a sensation was created in the district around Ballyma cormack by the allegations made by a man named Thomas Tooman that a well from which he got his water supply the cabbage the fruit bushes and the flowers in his garden had been poisoned When the police authorities took up the matter and started inquiries ittJegantoJook9 ri owe but an analysis showed there was not the slightest foundation for the wild ad ujalidotw allegation The people of BallyiDMorinack felt highly indlgnaut over the mutter which they now took 4- e c r Ladies India Linon Shirt Waists IWe have all sizes made tastefully and designed at tractively we offer choice of two styles one made with Ilacetrimmed bertha other with tucks and hem full 8regular I Corset Covers SKirts OcpriceII 25Claceembrolr1eryinserti 44cwhiteNainsook Corset Covers lace trimmed or ruffled 48Cpricegcflounce 00laceI1 1 = O 0 = e=OO IRISH S SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanViceDoughertyRecording nan Jr- Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ran Financial SecretaryJohn T Kcaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas Quinn CooneyRecording Financial SecretaryWilliam 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 LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurerJohn DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVII Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney MurphyPresidentRobert Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial SecretaryThos OHern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelAlphonso Constantine SergeantatArmsMichael Noon Y ltX x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street ShelleyFirst P Shaugli nessySecond HerpRecordingFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- Corresponding Secretary Frank P BurkeTreasurerPrank MurphyMarshalGeorge Inside Sentinel Frank Lanahan Outside SentinelJohn Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230IMeets Every Monday Club House 718 East Gray CooneyPirstSecond Vice PresidentJoseph F Bell- Recording SecretaryEmil E Mouth Corresponding Secretary Arthur C LauerFinancial SecretaryRobert G Goe belTreasurerWilliam N Cast MarshalM P Morris Inside SentinelJacob Pfalzer Outside SentinelM F Ziegler upon as an attempt to tarnish the fair fame of their localityY- ELLOWSTONE PARK TOUR Every Expense Included In Ticket Person ally Conducted Party The only exclusive Yellowstone Park excursion from this section in 1904 will be run by the Monon Chicago 8c North western 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 first elaea An illus trated folder ttelling all about the tour can be had by calling on or addressing E II facer District Passenger Agent Monou Fourth and Market street Lontovillc We do luabjriatto tryw 0 J t HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The field day question is now up to the County Board- Wisconsin has now 1100 members off the grand old Irish Catholic order All who went to Paris last Sunday are loud in their praises of their Bluegras brethren St Paul will send probably fifty men and women delegates to the national conventionDivision 3 meets Monday This wilt be a business meeting of importance and all members are urged to attend The Erie divisions held a joint initiation last week and received sixteen new members who took the first and second degreesState Treasurer George Butler left Tuesday for St Louis and the national convention He was accompanied by his wife The Minnesota delegates to the nation al convention of the Ladies Auxiliary left St Paul on Wednesday on the steam boat Quincy A division of the Ladies Auxiliary was organized recently at Sacramento Twen tyfive names were on the charter list for the first meeting Ohio will present the name of State Secretary James Carroll for National Sec retary Division 2 of Columbus will son 1 a strong delegation to work in his behalf National President James Dolan is n candidate for reelection His adminis tration has been able and has given gen eral satisfaction therefore no opposition is looked for- Ifibernian Knights acted as a guard of honor to his Eminence Cardinal Satolli and his Grace Archbishop Glennon at the laying of the cornerstone of Si Anns Orphan Asylum last week at St Louts With the Knights was Dublins Own Band from the Worlds Fair The regular meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary will take place next Wednesday night This one will be the last month and all who can should atten and encourage the ladies in their work A class of candidates will present them selves for initiation The united divisions of Erie county wilt hold their monster union picnic aud field day at Buffalo on Sunday August C the anniversary of the birth of the great liberator Daniel OConnell A great military prize drill wilt be participated in by the different Hibernian Rifle Com panies OUTING MONDAY Pleasant Time and Prizesf or Friends oP Trinity Council Trinity Council Y M L will give its annual outing next Monday July 18 at Fern Grove boats leaving the Firststrec wharf at 830 and 130 oclock These outings are looked forward to with much pleasure by the members and friends of Trinity Council for they have the repu tation of giving entertainments that are firstclass in every particular This out ing will be in keeping with those of for mer years as the committee in charge have left nothing undone that will give those who attend a most enjoyable time The drawing for the handsome prizes that are offered to each holder of a ticket has excited much interest and will be a feat ure until the drawing closes There will be music dancing games and refreshments and every provision has been made to make this the banner outing of the year The following gen tlemen have charge of the arrangements and are well equipped to conduct a suc cessful outing Messrs Joseph Dell Thomas J Garvey Joseph piazza Henry Stoerr Joseph MrGill and James D Kelly The pleasure and comfort of all who attend will be carefully looked after and no detail will be neglected to make all have a good time This popular organization has many friends and has been to other organizations and therefore it iIsn expected that the attend Rue thte rwin exceed that of any TrinityCopudia t J U SSMftt me cnas fl Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIESF- OR FIRST HOLY COMMUNION Give us a call thefinestBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION + 434 W Jefferson StreetI T T T GO- I+ HiliHH4I I d H+IW+I+IInIuIwIHuHIt I 11II II Union Ice Cream Co Fine Vanilla Cream and Sherbet 75c per gal i galBrickgalIons100 gallons per hour IHome Phone 2144 Cumb Phone Main 389 62 Z to OSS EIGHTII ST-II1I+I II+1 diHI H H HHHI H1 I+J HI+I I+IIHHHI i I +I+i I1 Established March 111 1868 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 IHI II+I I HIHIIIi I I+fIIt HII+I HHIIIIIII +I IIIII I +IIItIIII I +I+I I+I 1 IttI SPRING BANK I WILD CHERRY i r i PHOSPHA TE j IS THE ORIGINAL AND BEST Beware of imitations Thats All IIIIHIIII i +IIIIIIIII+I11IHI iHIIIII+I II IIH HiII IIi FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60 INOORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE Y dHHHfrHSHMHHIHH4I I i I I I 1 IIII Ht I I IHI t I HIHIHHIS +H Smiths Old Earnesti WHISKY DIRECT FROM DISTILLERIES SELECT GRADE AT REASONABLE PRICES Also such brands of whiskey as Old Dnnt McKenua Rolling Fork Queen of Nelson Elk Run etc I handle the BUST and PUREST Wines Brandies Champagnes Cordials Gins Rums etc for medical or table use I i Central Bottling Sample House + W L SMITH Prop 327 W MARKET STREET J oIHHHIIIIHHInIIIMIHHI i i I I I I i I i t I+t I IIIIIIIHII i IIS I+I 1IIIH H 1F ilEi IP F I F h I 1rI14 11 I i iIEI M1110011 Mollllui6nt 6ompall 1 I I OESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OFIIII ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND 1 Monuments I II1rlaUo Work Only Solicits Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy I I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN Jfi8lama = J1ft I DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN I IIUNDERTII HH I1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth IAUOallsPromptlyriages Furnished for All Occasions P Dougherty Home Telephone 20 15 C C L- 4rt 0