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Digital page images are linked to the text file. j t I IRISH VOLUME XIIINO 4 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 23 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTS r KENTUCKY Federation of Catholic Societies to Moot Hero Tomorow- Afternoon Preliminary to the Mooting of American Federation in Detroit Kentucky Favorable to Move moat and Will Send Strong Delegation DELEGATES FROM JEFFERSON COUNTY The Kentucky State Federation of Catholic Societies will meet in the par lora of the Louisville Hotel at 2 oclock tomorrow afternoon The occasion promises to be an interesting and profitable one for the societies interested There will be delegates in attepdance from all over the State At a meeting of the Jefferson County Federation held last Friday night James B Kelly presided and sixteen organlzanions responded to the roll call Presiding officer Kelly stated that State President Witte had authorized him to issue a call for the meeting tomorrow which had been done in due form Father Barrett of the Pas alonlst order Mr Kelly said had consented to deliver an address and Secre tary Matre of the national organization would be present and deliver an address the assembled dele It was decided by in attendance that all the societies dgates county should be represented and the former action taken in tb 1 matter of selecting delegates was therefore rescinded and the following fuller list was chosen to represent Jefferson county at the meeting tomorrow William M Higgins Dr J W Fowler Dr F S Clark EugeneJ Cooney John J Barry Cornelius Ford Lawrence J Mackey James Coleman Michael Reich ert Thomas Tobin John Fackler A J Sheridan B J Dolle Will OConnor Clarence Zook George Burkholder J F Brownfield James Noonan John Dolan Miss Mayme Kiely Miss Rena Weisen berg acid Miss Mary Burke SIThe meeting of theKentuckyJEeder atlon tomorrow is preliminary to the assembling of the American Federation of Catholic Societies in Detroit on August 24 This meeting promises to be one of the largest Catholic assemblages ever brought together in this country Bish ops priests and laymen are cooperating to make it a grand success and the Ken tucky Catholic societies though not nu merically so strong as some of the other State Federations will be there perforce and its delegates will be heard from In union there is strength and this being an age of organization end concen tration members of the various Catholic organizations must get together in order to do more effective work So far as the Kentucky societies are concerned they are all favorable to the movement of FederationPresident Kelly has named the follow ing ladies and gentlemen who will act as a reception committee in receiving the delegates Misses Mayme Kiely and Rena Welsenberger and Dr J W Fowler John J Barry Michel Reichert Anthony J Sheridan Louis Steinert and Dr B JI LammersiFederation proposes to unite all organizations composed of Catholics whether they possess the insurance the beneficial or the religious feature and to add even the representative members of parishes who belong to no special society and eventually the entire Catholic people of the United States in a great organization for the welfare of Catholics as members of the Catholic church and American citizensThe readiest and best method of ac complishing this object has been indi cated by experience viz to take the present Catholic societies asa basis and bring them together ina central organiza fLionwithout In any way trespassing on their autonmy aims or objects It is proper to accentuate the fact that a Cath olic political party is neither contem plated nor desirable Any one acquainted with America will understand that Catho lics as Catholics can not engage in par tisan politics Such a course would be highly detrimental to Catholic interests Federation has already accomplished a great deal It has formed Catholic opin ion on the great topics of the day it has drawn attention to the views of Catholics on them so that the public ear eagerly awaits the proceedings of its national conventions These proceedings are published in the Catholic press and scattered broadcast by means of thesecular press There can be no doubt that since the foundation of the Federation the Catholic solution of moderm problems the Catholic doctrine on education di vorcesocialisBtetc has been an nounced with an effectiveness never be fore experienced in the history of the republicAs results of the influence of federation may be mentioned the con ceMlon made in the Philippine diffi culties the present amicable relations existing In Porto Rico the changed as pect of the Indian schools and the clear light thrown on the solution of the vexed public school question Other agencies wbUd it iU true but federation per formed HI full hM jn all thee ualUri b r The Right Rev Bishop McFaul in dis cussing federation says in part Those who are timid regarding Fed eration and hesitate to join it lest it may transgress the legitimate field in which alone safety can be found and inoppor tunely precipitate the practical solution of problems which are still immature should reflect that Federation Includes in its Advisory Board some of the most eminent the most prudent and conservative members of the hierarchy and no important step can be taken without their consent In due time the organiza tion hopes to have the whole hierarchy acting in the capacity of advisers In questions affecting an archdiocese or a diocese the Archbishop and Bishop respectively will be the principal members of the Advisory Board and in national questions the Board of Arch bishops Laymen will thus be guided in the proper channels and there will be no danger of injury to our interests arising from misdirection and misappliedzeal There is only one discordant note heard against the Federation and that comes from the editor of the Catholic Citizen of Milwaukee who seems to take a delight In kicking about every thing that does not suit his peculiar views The editor of the Catholic Citi zen affects to believe that a unification of Catholic societies will do more harm than good He is afraid that the move ment will arouse the KnowNothings and the A P As The editor should get back in his cave and not emerge until after the Detroit meeting Then he may wake upand learn something I I NOBLE LIFE ENDED Michael Grojjan Goes Peacefully to His Eternal Reward Michael Grogan after an illness of less than two days passed peacefully to his eternal reward Monday morning at his home 1710 Seventh street leaving surviving him his aged wife and six grown childrenMessrs John Martin and Willicm Grogan and Mrs John Reardon and Misses Vina and Margaret Grogan The deceased had been a resi dent of Louisville since he was a young man and during all that time was with the Louisville Nashville railroad He was born in the County Galway Ireland some sixty years ago and alone made the voyage to this country at an early age and as soon as possible became a citizen otthe JJnlted StatessMJchael rgan was a living example of a true upright honorable citizen a faithful hus band a loving and affectionate father and an ardent Catholic As a Christian he was above reproach Believing firmly in the tenets of his religion his life was one of perfect trust and loyalty faith fully performing his duties to his church in every way possible For many years previous to his death he attended mass regular and was a communicant at the altar rail at the Dominican church Ills zealous devotion to his church was com mented on by many His friends in truth were legion for his amicable na ture was such as to make everycne his friend and enemiesnone All who knew him loved him and all join in ex tending to those whom he left behind their most heartfelt sympathy The funeral took place Wednesday morning Rev Father Twohig being the celebrant of the high mass of requiem He paid an eloquent and feeling tribute to the life and memory of his dead parishioner The church was thronged with mourning friends and relatives and after the interment in St Louis cemetery the grave was entirely coveredwith floral designs from all sections of the city I WORDS OF PRAISE For Supreme President of the Catholic Knights and Ladles In presenting to its readers a splendid likeness of D B Kelley the new Supreme President of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America who has just entered upon the duties of his office the Catholic Journal of Memphis pays him the following handsome tribute The Journal believes that the selec tion of the Supreme President was one which undoubtedly set forth the good judgment of the delegates That it was a most wise selection no one in Memphis can for an instant gainsay In the per son of D E Kelley the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America selected a man who will if health be given him without question advance the order to a position second to none among our Catholic societies Mr Kelley is a man well In formed on fraternal insurance and has made it a study for a number of years how best to carry insurance at a nominal cost to its membership and yet at the same time in no way to keep the bene ficiaries waiting for their legal amount of insurance or fail to be able to meet all obligations This Is a great question which is being battled with by all insur ance organizations and the members of the C K and L of A may reel assured that in carrying out this idea President Kelley will not be found wanting in courage to see to it that the order pays every dollar that it obligates itself todor For the information of our Memphis contemporary we would My that the Supreme Spiritual Director is the Rev Charles P Raffo of this city and that Miss Mary Sheridan atao of thirdly tedSflMT0- e c SATOLLII Gives Strong Indorsement to Knights of Columbus at St Paul Says the Organization Is Thoroughly Catholic and Worthy Archbishop Ireland Also lias a Kind Word For the Order I NOTABLE RECEPTION AT ST PAJL Cardinal Satolli who stands veryclose to Pope Pius X has given his unquali fied indorsement to the Knights of Co lumbus and Archbishop Ireland strongly indorses all that the Cardinal said about the order On the occasion of the visit of Cardinal Satolli to St Paul he was given a grand reception at the Hotel Ryan Between 7000 and 8000 people called to pay their respects to the dis tinguished prelate The reception was given under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus and Judge William L Kelly delivered the welcome address in behalf of the Knights and the citizens of St Paul It was one of the most notable receptions ever given to a nonresident of the city In some quarters there have been hints that the Knights of Columbus have not the full approval of the church authori ties but this was set at rest by the Cardi nal At the conclusion of the address Archbishop Ireland said Never since the founding of the order have such words of strong commendation been spoken from such a high authority Henceforth the members of the order throughout America will all look to St Paul as thecity where the Knights of Columbus received supreme honor Cardinal Satolli in the course of his reply to the address of welcome from the Knights said In part I thank you gentlemen Knights of Columbus for the sentiments to which you have given expression not in regard to myself personally but in regard to- poursociety Td be frank I will say that heretofore I had some little hesitation as to the substantial nature the formal organization and the probable results of this association Now however I am glad to say that I have better in formation and have seen it at close range I realize that it enjoys the approval and the encouragement of Bishops and that it counts among its members many Irre proachable ecclesiastics and that it ad mits no one that does not give evidence of good standing in church and State and is not a practical Catholic I declare that henceforth I shall cherish a special regard for the society of the Knights of Columbus and I trUst it may have a field growing wider with years and a future blessed with prosperity The Catholic church since it is a living organization eminently social of its nature has always had in the past andshows itself to have today Inex haustible and marvelous fecundity in producing and nurturing associations quickened with her own spirit of justice and charity aiming to secure the com mon good of their members and of civil society at large For twenty centuries there has been in the church an un broken succession of fraternal associa tious to suit the needs and conditions of humanity The history especially of the middle ages in Christian Europe is a wonderful record of Institutions for every social class in arts and trades in Indus try and commerce They were destroyed by subsequent changes but everywhere the church has given new birth to others more numerous and more active Among them in America I am pleased to number the Knights of Columbus The very name of that glory of Italy the dis coverer of America entitles you to confi dence and sympathy in a special degree At the conclusion of the address of the Cardinal the Knights paid their respects to him in person His strong indorse ment of the order is very pleasing to Knights of Columbus all over the coun try and will have a good effect in many quarters I I VINCENTIANS Will Receive Holy Commun ion Tomorrow at St Brlgtds Tomorrow morning at St Brigids church on Hepburn avenue there will be witnessed an imposing and impressive scene At the 730 oclock mass the members of all the Louisville conferences of the St Vincent de Paul Society will assemble and receive holy communion in a body In celebration of the feast of the patron satnt of the greatest charity society the world has ever known The rector Rev Henry A Connolly will be the celebrant of the mass and it Is expected he will deliver a sermon on St Vincent de Paul and his works As many members will have to come long distances and will be feeling the good people of the congregation have ar ranged to havea1fKhtoolla 11 on grounds adjacent to the church after the ran Tht table will IMI Freeirledoeern 4 by the following ell known married ladies Mesdames J C Fedler Chairman Henry Imorde Secretary Louis Hinkle Gus Moore J Moore Joseph Busch meyer Henry Klaplleke Leo Gosi and J R Stey They will be assisted In waiting on the tables by the Young La dies Sodality which has appointed the following committee Misses Carrie Kel ty Dora Barrett Ollte Kelty Nellie Bar rett Winnie Hennjjssey Rose Fedler Carrie Riester and Emma Stey The general meeting of the conferences will be held In St Francis Hall at 4 oclock In the afternoon which all members must attend in order to gain the in dulgence granted for thls occasio- nVETERA I I EDITOR And Distinguished Convert to Catholic Faith Dead at St IJouls i Dr Edward editor of the Amerika leading German newspaper of St Louis died at hislhotne in that city a few days ago He was the father of Arthur Preuss editor of the Review Dr Preuss was a man of distinguished abllty a fine scholar and an author of repute lIe was a convert O the Catholic faith Born in Prussia in 1834 he graduated from the University of Koenigsberg in 1853 receiving the degree of doctor of philosophy He wag for several years a professor in the gymnasium of the uni versity and enjoyed the friendship of such men as Bismarck As a writer Dr Preuss became first known by his book against the Catholic dogma of the Immaculate Conception It was published in Latin but at the request of many friends was subsequently trans lated into German This book however was not received verV favorably by the liberal Protestants hen prevalent in Germany nor were his other theological works This was especially the case with his book on The justification of the I Sinner Before God j In the face of this opposition Dr Preussj tendered his resig nation as director of Koenig Friedrich Wilhelm gymnaslun on December 8 1808 and decidedj to emigrate to America a jp Here he became identified with one of the most orthodox Lutheran synods who readily received him s professor of the ologyin a semhiarY1On September I 1871 he resigned hi professorship and on December 8 the feW of the Immacu late Conception agajost which dogma he iad warred with his jhewasjeceived Into the Catholic church In 1870 he published a book of recantation entitled In Praise of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary by One Who Has Defamed Her In 1884 when the University of Notre Dame tendered the doctor its Laetare medal which had never before been bestowed on a German American notwithstanding the urgent request of many prominent friends among them the late Bishop Twenger of Fort Wayne Ind Dr Preuss modestly declined the honor His medal is there fore still at Notre Dam- eCATHOLIC I I I LAYMEN Must Obey the Ecclesiastical Authorities In Every Diocese A new encyclical letter addressed to all the Bishops of the world and dealing with the duties of laymen toward the church is in course of preparation at the Vatican says a Rome cablegram to the Chicago RecordHerald It will insist strongly on the obligation of all lay Roman Catholics to obey the ecclesiasti cal authorities and to undertake no innovation without the previous consent of those who have been placed by God to govern the church The Pope also will point out the necessity for laymen who are chiefs of Roman Catholic societies or leaders in Roman Catholic work to be consistent in their private life as ex amples of good living Christians No Roman Catholic work is to be undertaken by laymen without the consent and cooperation of the authorities of the dioceseIt is pointed out that in many cases the work undertaken by Roman Catholic laymen invades the ground al ready covered by the Roman Catholic enterprises and is performed sometimes only in order to give undue prominence to vain and pretentious indivuals who really have no Roman Catholic interests at heart The Pope advises that different laymen be chosen for the several under takings in each diocese Instead of con centrating the responsibilities of many works in one persons bands The en cyclical ends recommending peace and union among Roman Catholics exhort ing all to be of one heart and soul in pri vate as well as in public life like the Christians of the early church It is as serted that Pins X has written the text of this encyclical letter himself in Italian and has given it to his Latin secretary for translation into the language of the church e r JOHN LOOKS WELL John J Llynn Master Mechanic for the Louisville Atlantic railroad with beadquartersatRlchtnQndwas here the first part of the week visiting his family and oldtime railroad associates For years he was with the LNiuthiscity1and waa popular with Lie fellow workmen who were all lc1adto see him looking so wet John kn Wtlhis busies thoroughly sad It giving entire MtUhcUc inhta new position L r t FESTIVAL For the Benefit of St Josephs Catholic Orphan Asylum It Will Be Hold July 27 and Will Be the Event of the Season The Proceeds Will Be Used to Defray Recent Extraordinary Expenses IS A MOST WORTHY CHARITY There is no worthier charity in the city of Louisville than St Josephs Orphan Asylum It is conducted on broad lines and the inmates are cared for in the best manner possible Whenever the officers of the society give an entertainment for the benefit of this great charity there is a liberal response from the members of the various congregations connected with the society which includes all the Catholic German speaking congregations in the city and now numbers over 1200 mem hers This year St Josephs has been put to extraordinary expenses on account of Im provements The City Building Inspector ordered two new fire escapes put up at an expense of 802 and then the city ordered the construction of a new sewer 725 feet long which will cost over 500 On account of the fire at St Catherines Academy the Trustees had to go to ex pense to maintain additional inmates In order to pay for these extraordinary expenses the Board of Trustees has de cided to give a festival on Monday July 27for the benefit of the orphan fund Over 250 gentlemen have consented to serve on the various committees The Chairmen of the various committees is published below There is no doubt that the affair will be a very pleasant event It will con tinue during the day and evening and at night there will be illuminations As will be seen the heads of the committees are all men prominent in German Catho lie society circles Arrangements = HettrpBosse FinanceH A Brinkhaus Press Edward Neuhaus TransportationHenry Bosquet ProgrammeDr B J Lammers InvitationFrank P Senn House and TelephoneJoseph Sibler ReceptionJoseph Hubbuch MusicFerd F Lutz Building H H Schnieders ReporterJohn Schildt EntranceJoseph C Schlldt TicketEdward G Hill Meal TicketB Fritsch Restaurant DoorHenry Harpring Sr Walter Frank Schmitt Order of Police E Boblsen Membership J B Ohllgschlager Orphan B Schaefer- sEntertainmentFrank A Lenz Receiving of GoodsJoseph W Knapp paintingMichael Reichert DecorationGeorge J Ecker Flying DutchmanGeorge Bohr IlluminationCharles Staeuble Shooting Gallery George Schumpp Check RackHerman H Hubers VehicleDominick Zehnder RestaurantNic E Weber Wheel of Fortune Nlc Bosler Wheel of Good Luck JCKirchdorfer Ice Cream No 1 Henry Michael Ice Cream No 2Joseph L Steuerle Fancy TableJacob H Walser Fruit StandMartin Kolb Lunch Stand No IPeter Zoeller Lunch Stand No 2 Joseph Discher Fish PondD B Schieman Confectionery No 1 Theodore Evers Confectionery No 2B Stoesser Lemonade No 1 Theodore Poppe Lemonade No 2 Joseph Rademaker The children of the orphan asylum will sing songs of welcome and other songs both during the afternoon and evening Eichhorns full orchestra of twentyfive trained musicians will furnish the instrumental music The Concordia the oldest singing society in Louisville will sing in the evening A good old fashioned Dutch supper will be served in the evening and no matter how late visitors go to the grounds they can depend upon being served The festival prom ises to be the event of the season The programmes offered surpass any ever before offered the Louisville public The first begins at 11 oclock In the morning and is as follow- sMarchHohenzollern It Sarro Overture Eta Morgan eln Mittag eln Abend in Wien Suppe GunglPotpourriYin deutsche Volkslieder C Lotann Our OrPhansJubilee Songs C Koll wnieslittleOverture Light Cavalry Suppe Potpourri Ein Scherz Kiesler Comet Solo Farewell to Sienna Val ley Prof no Elchhorn Our Orphans Waldvoegellein The Sun is GlowIn- gMarcltUnser Vaterland Liszt Nocturne Convent Bells Wely Gavotte Onr Little Nestlings F Moses AddrtM by Rev VincentTroetO F l1kGetter v A GehcrOnr Orphan = Autfinc ia ilea WaUh1 ff J I Abend liedliThe Star Spangled Banner My Old Kentucky Home Overture Crown Diamonds Auber PotpourriAlbum Leaves Roedel Cornet Solo Miserere It Trovatore Verdi Prof E Eichhorn WaltzThe Blue Danube Strauss Potpourri Musical Panorama Con rad For the evening beginning at 7 oclock the following programme has been ar rangedEichborns Military Band Prof E Elchhorn director Concordia Singing Society Prof Chas Schuttler director Belle of Philippines Stone Uncle Sammy Holzmann Selection of RagtimeDown on the Farm H von Tilzer Wedding of the Winds T F Hall Cornet SloCall Me Thine Own Halevy Prof E Eichhorn Concordia Singing SocietyDie Him mel Ruehmen Mendelssohn Der Wald C IIaeser Soko Moorish March Intermezzo ArnoldBowery Buck by request Mr Black Man cake walk Pryor Any Rags G M Kery Under the Rose H B Blanke Huckleberry by request Concordia Singing SocletyHeim- kehr Gelbke hovel auf mein Volk SpeierSuwanee River selection H von TilzerMazeppa Intermezzo J Schwartz Maple Leaf Rag by request Hiawatha Moret Timbuctoo an African Ideal A GeibelCornet SoloSelect by request Prof E Eichhorn OvertureBedelia medley Shapire Kokomo a Japanese Serenade H SuttonThe Gondolier W C Powell All Rag by request- A Deed of the Pen N Moret Satisfied F Bennet- tCATHOLIC I I KNIGHTS Invited to Picnic of Branch 042 at Rlvervtcw Park On Tuesday Branch 042 of the Catholic Knights of America will give what promises to be one of the seasons most enjoyable pic nics at Rivervlew Park next Tuesday andjt Ishoped that he members of the order throughout the city will assist in making it a success The branch is just now badly in need of funds and the members therefore take this means of replenishing an empty treasury The complete privileges of the park have been secured for the day and the com mittee having the picnic in charge is assurance that all who attend will spend a pleasant evening There will be dancing without extra charge and other amuse ments and besides the holder of each ticket will be entitled to a chance on a number of valuable articles donated by friends of the branch Every detail has been looked after and arrangement made for handling a large crowd Meals and refreshments of all kinds will be served by lady friends of the members at reason able prices Attend this picnic and have a good time with the Knights Cars will run until the committees and all are returned to the city The following gentlemen compose the committee having the picnic in charge Edward Dalton Chairman Joseph Rickelman Secretary James McBride Treasurer Tom J Garvey Patrick Mangan Dennis Gleason Robert Mitchell Thomas Shee- han Anthony J Sheridan Wm Euler Henry Schnitzerand Martin Fahey The ladies asaisting are Misses Mary McEl liott Katie Foley Lulie Gatto Nell Lally Mayme Gatto and Mesdames Sandman Karem McBride Gleason and Rickelman 1 JAMES HORAN Succumbs After Long and Brave Flaht With Cancer Of the many deaths which have oc curred recently in the West End few have occasioned such widespread public regret and sympathy as that of James Horan which sad event occurred last Sunday morning at his home 1715 Bank street For several months he had battled bravely against dread cancer and had borne his sufferings with remarkable fortitude When the end came how ever he was ready to go having re ceived the last rites of his church At his bedside were his bereaved wife and nine children to whom he had been a loving husband and kind and indulgent father James Horan was born in Virginia but the greater part of his life was spent in this city where he was respected for his manly qualities He was honorable in his dealings with his fellowman and was a consistent champion of the Irish race His funeral Tuesday morning at St Patricks and the many who called to express sympathy at the house attested the regard felt for him by all classes A long line of carriages fol lowed the remains to St Louis cemetery VISITED SISTERS Right Rev John Lancaster Spalding Bishop of Peoria arrived in Lebanon Thursday oHlast week to visit his deters Mrs Kate Spalding and Mrs ND Put churchwit t o n j HARMONY Prevailed at tuo National Con vention of Ancient Orderaof Hibernians Opening Preceded l tt Siomn High Mass by Archbishop Glennon President Dolan Recommends the Establishment of a National Homo CAMPAIGN AGAINST RAGE CARICATURE One thousand delegates representing 200000 members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in all parts of the English speaking world met in the biennial con vention of the order which began on Tuesday afternoon in Music Hall St Louis Aside from the delegates fully 20000 members of the order were in at tendance at the sessions during the first three days The Hibernians represent practically the entire people of the world of Irish birth or of Irish blood The organization has for Its purpose the promotion of the stronginthere are any Irish people and has grown amazingly in strength in this country in the past few years Through affiliations in some countries there are practically a half million members of the order There were delegates present at this convention from Canada Hawaii Mexico Ireland England Scotland and the United States Tuesday morning the delegates to the convention and the members of the order in the city met at the Lindell Hotel the regular headquarters and marched to St Patricks church Sixth and Biddle streets whete solemn high mass was said JGlennonthe Archbishop many of his clergy were presentThe first session of the convention was opened with an address of welcome by Archbishop Glennon Other addresses were made by Mayor Wells P R Fitz gibborf CltyTtndltof oTSt7 LduUSnd + John J OConnor State President of the organization There were responses to the address of welcome by National Presi dent James Dolan and other visiting officers and members Three sessions of the convention were held Wednesday at which the features were the reports of the national officers the most important being that of National President Dolan President Dolan strongly recommended the establishment of an insurance order under the auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians the establishment of a national home for the aged and infirm members and the aboli tion ot the caricature known as the stage Irishman The report of Na tional Treasurer M J OBrien showed that he has a cash balance on hand of 2836143Thursday was Irish day at the Fair spentthereconvention A short session was held Thursday morning before going to the Fair where a carefully arranged pro gramme was carried out The day of banquetinVillageThePresident John J OConnell as toast master The address of welcome at the TimothyDempsey were Gov Dockery President Francis hbihopGlennonKeating P J OConnor and Rev D S PhelanThe Ladies Auxiliary of the order for the first time in its history has chosen its own officers In the past the auxiliary organization has been managed by an advisory board of three members who were under Instructions and reported to the President and Chaplain of the fiber nians A decision was made however Tuesday afternoon that this should be changed and accordingly officers were elected as follows Mrs Mary A Quinnrof Joliet Ill was chosen President Mrs Rose E Keating of Baltimore Md x Vice President and Miss Katherine E SecretaryTheof national officers at the closing days session There is thought to be only one contest and that is for the office of National Secretary There are six candi presentincumbent Haven Conn desires reelection while others wanting the honor of the position are James T Carroll Columbus 0 Richard McGinn Patterson N J Pat JCreamerCannon Clinton Mass banquetThursdayPresident Tom promisedthe smilinglyinformed badjustsafelyremain 11 all The news coon spread and congratula falla n V WPPwi v v A ff J NTUOKY IRISH A1tEC RIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM noted to the Moral end Social Advancement of all Irish AmerlcaflB KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Sc flittered at the Louisville Postofflco as SecondClass Matter 4ddl era 111 Commnnlcauonsto the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326Wc l Green Street b UNION TRADES COUNCIL usui LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY JULY 23 1904 AN IMPOSITION rts Lpuisville Lighting Com pauy which was recently purchased from the Louisville Gas Company by an Eastern syndicate seems to be managed under the idea that iit can do as it pleases with its patrons Atleast this is the view now enter tained by many who have to deal with the company Complaints have come to the Kentucky Irish American that rates have been advanced all along the line and that attempts have been made to shut out compe titian The company has a practi cal monopoly of the electric lighting and electric power business in Louis ville It is alleged that it has ad vanced the rates in many instances Those who use fans for instance in their places of business have been called upon topay a much higher rate than when the company was an adjunct of the Gas Company The Eastern capitalists who control the electric lighting privileges must not presume too much on the good nature and forbearance of the people of Louisville Their local managers should give them a tip that the people will not stand for imposition and that they had bet ter be satisfied with the old rates or their franchise will be taken away from them altogether The charges for electric lighting and fof electric power in Louisville are out of all proportion and in stead of the companies advancing r rates they should be compelled to reduce them They take up streets L and alleys with unsightly poles and dangerous wires and the General Council ought to get after them and compel them to place their wires under ground if they do not reduce the rates The idea of in creasing the rates is preposterous and should not be entertained for a moment A LAWYER ON DIVORCE At a meeting of the Indiana Bar Association held the other day at which the most distinguished law yers iin the Hoosier State attended the President of the association Mr M A Breen of Fort Wayne himself an eminent lawyer delivered an address which is attracting widespread attention c President Breen in his annual address took the ground that for the safety of the family and for the protection of the entire social fab ric absolute divorce should not be allowed on any conditions and that the law providing for it should he repealed This was certainly fl declaration which will cause widespread discussion as coming from a man of Mr Breens position and standing as a lawyer and a citizen We do not know Mr Breens re CatboIliea man of ability to be at the head of the Indiana Bar Association There has been a great deal of talk about the evils of divorce from a the Protestant pulpits of late and also from social reformers but com ment on divorce is seldom heard from lawyers and it is therefore much more impressive when it comes from this source Lawyers are certainly well informed on the subject and by reason of their everyday practice have opportuni ties of knowing of the evils of di vorce Therefore when President Breen declares that absolute divorce should not be allowed on any ground for the safety of the State it is presumed he knows what he iis talking about Mr Breen did not discuss the evil from a religious standpoint but spoke as an attorney and citizen of the State We regret o that we have not the full text of 1ton J n the address It is not recorded that his arguments were successfully refuted by any member of the In diana Bar Association Certainly when an Indiana lawyer can take such advanced ground the Protest ant ministerial associations can af ford to renew their efforts to sup press divorce The Catholic church takes the same view of the divorce evil that Mr Breen does and has done so for centuries- It is refreshing to know that In diana has a lawyer like Mr Breen Twenty years ago Indiana was famous for its liberality in granting divorces for any and every cause That State is now no worse in this respect than most of the other States Mr Breen has observed the evil grow and his address to his fellowattorneys may set them and others to thinking on this important subject Carrie Nation the Kansas ama zon who has been going around the country getting so much free advertising came to Louisville on Monday She wanted permission to speak in the parks but the city authorities very properly denied her request She left town in ia few hours If the woman was ignored she would soon subside but she gets so much free advertis ing that she is able to keep on the go As a temperance reformer Mrs Nation is a stupendous fraud Those who are instrumental in bringing large bodies of men here Pike the Grand Army the Knights Templar and the Knights of Pythias ought to pay for their entertainment It is contrary to law for the city to contribute to the entertainment of such bodies and at Cincinnati the Elks did not ask for a cent from the cityand the entertainment was superb The Knights of Columbus asked for nothing when they came here in June IrishAmericans bob up serenely in almost all walks of life The retiring Grand Exalted Ruler of the Elks Joe Fanning is an Irish man and a Catholic and his suc cessor Judge OBrien oi Balti more is also an IrishAmerican as his name indicates It is hard to get along without the Irish and sometimes but not often it is hard to get along with them Verily in the midst of life we are in death This was forcibly brought to mind this week by the unex pected death of Judge Upton W Muir at Cape May N J This day week Judge Muir was not thinking of death We do not know what minute we will be called to eternity and it is well to think of this occasionally as we go along Through the advice of Attorney Aaron Kohn the negro Tom Cole who wanted to open a saloon and dance hall in Portland withdrew his application for license last Wednesday For this Col Kohn should be commended even though the handwriting was on the wall GETS GOOD REST Will H Price the genial and efficient Secretary of the Police Department left Thursday morning with his wife for Ben ton Harbor Mich where they will spend two weeks This will give Secretary Price a good rest and prepare him for a busy time during the Pythian en campment that takes place next month THANKS HER FRIENDS To the Editor ot The Kentnckr IitohAaierican I desire to thank you and my friends through your paper for the kindness shown to me In the Worlds Fair popu llarity contest and for the number of ballots cast for me All were cut by my Meads Thanking you ad then again lam respectfully yours CATHRINg COYADJCAU IJ I r Y SOCIETY O69S9 Se9eS 9S9S9S9S Louis Kiefer and Gus Vacca spent the week at White Mills Miss Anna Clary has been visiting relatives at Marion Ohio Misses Josie Trammell and Lillian Grubber left Sunday for a visit with friends In Cincinnati Miss Agnes Rourke has returned from a three weeks visit to friends and relatives in Indiana Thomas P Clinesleft Wednesdry night for a weeks visit to St Louis and the Worlds Fair Mrs Alice Gary of South Louisville lias returned from a visit with relatives at Glasgow Junction Miss Edith Gast has gone to Bowling Green to spend two weeks as the guest of Miss Anna Nolan I Mrs John Maroney of New Albany has been visiting in Bedford the guest of Mrs John Hackett Miss Frances Gill has returned to the city after a delightful visit with her parents at Shelby ville Misses Anna Shannon an1 Lizzie She han were last week the guests of Mrs L G Shehan at Bardstown Mrs Blanche Carney who visited Mrs Price Snawder in Portland has returned to her home at Lexington Miss Kate OBrien of 2109 High avenue left this week for Pennsylvania to be gone several months Miss Rose Kavanaugh returned home Monday after a ten days visit with friends in Floyd county Ind Mrs Maymc Brannigan returned the first of the week from Owensboro where she had been visiting friends Mrs P T Cain and Miss Julia Mc Cormack are visiting Mrs Thomas Cur ley at her home near Smithfield Miss Virginia Barrett of East Main street has just returned from a two weeks visit to the Worlds Fair Mrs Charles L Crush and her pretty daughter Miss Adelaide have gone to Grayson Springs for the summer Miss Halite Duffy of Owensboro has been the guest of her aunt Mrs Mc Kenzie in Jeffersonville for a week Miss Abbie Hennessy left Sunday to spend two weeks at Hardinsburg where she is the guest of Miss Lena McNary Misses Clara and Elizabeth Kelly of Elizabetbtowu were this week the guests of Miss Emma Ryans in Jeffersonville George Simpson of Seventh and St Catherine has returned from St Louis after a two weeks stay at the Exposition Judge and Mrs Thomas Gordon and Miss Cecil Gordon left Thursday for the Northern lakes to remain until Septem ber Miss Alice Walsh who is visiting Mrs Rafferty at Eighth and St Catherine streets spent last week in Pewee Valley with friends Misses Martha and Josie Morris are home from Elizabethtown after a very pleasant visit with Misses Ellole und Hall Warren Tom Broderick the well known plumber has entirely recovered from his recent illness which is pleasant news for his many friends Miss Celia McGuire of South Louis ville arrived home the first part of the week from Cecilian where she was the guest of Miss Essie Hunt Andy Meagher the well known rail roader is spending his vlcatlon at Jeffersontown as the guest of his rela tives Mr and Mrs C Scruiss Mrs William Rickman Jr of Chicago is here visiting Mr and Mrs James Connell and Miss Dora Fitchner She will remain here several weeks Rev Josph A OGrady was among the number from this city who were last week enjoying themselves at the Lily White Sulphur Springs in Indiana Harry Moron the genial hat salesman with Schieman Bosse left last week to spend some time with friends in St Louis and visit the Worlds Fair Mrs Thomas Monyhan and her charm ing daughter Miss Larne of Jefferson ville have been having an enjoyable visit with relatives at Indianapolis Emmet Ryan and sister Miss Mar guerite who have been visiting relatives at Corbin were last week the guests of the family of Jailer Madden at Lebanon Mrs Dr Michael Casper has gone to Tell City Ind to spend three weeks visiting relatives The doctor will also visit there and accompany his wife home A pretty baby boy has arrived at the home of James P Reedy 2908 Green wood avenue The proud father has been receiving congratulations all the weekMiss Annie Breed was entertained extensively while visiting Miss Sue Foley at Owensboro one of the very enjoyable functions being the trolley party given in her honor It Is rumored that James Sexton the brave fire laddie will soon enter on a matrimonial career as his friends say that he devotes all his spare time to the gentler ser Mr Spalding Coleman and daughter Mill Virginia left Thursday for Weque tfttMtag Midi to spend the rertof the summer with Mrs Celemans uioib ri IC WUUllobill8O a t rI D dMissesElla Dent popular girls of South Louis ville spent a pleasant week with friends in Owensboro where they were the re cipients of marked attention John Coll and wife of Jeffersonville and Miss Annie Mackey of this city left Sunday night for a visit to the Worlds Fair From St Louis they will go to Keokuk Galveston and Wichita Thomas T Mahe and D V Longhlin of Birmingham Ala delegates to the Hibernian national convention stopped over here fora few days as the guests of Miss Mary Foley 733 Oldham street Misses Beezie Hannan and Mollie Col lins left Monday on their annual vaca tion which they will spend in Europe They will not return until September spending most of the time in France I Henry A Bachman Jake Zorn Will Fehler and Will Scholt known as the big four have just returned from Sweet Sulphur Springs where they had been recuperating fpr the past two weeks Misses Julia and Maggie ODonnell of Meadow Brook and their cousin Master Louis Fahey have gone on a three weeks visit to their uncle J Conniff at Cha peze They will also visit in Bardstown before returning homer Mr and Mrs John Smith of Bank street are receiving the congratulations of their many friends and all on account of the arrival of a big boy at their home Papa Smith is a drummer for the Louisville Varnish Works The youngster was christened Francis David Smith last Sunday Miss Amelia Schultheis a popular school teacher and favorite in society circles of Jasper Ind is here spending her summer vacation as the guest of her sister Mrs F B Horstman Fifth street Since her arrival last week Miss Schult heis has been quite extensively enter tamped and has won many admirers Mrs Edward B Hannan and children arrived thisweek from Paducah and are the guests of the family of Thomas IIan non 2015 Payne street Mrs Hannon formerly resided here but moved to Pa ducah some years ago where her husband conducts a large electrical and plumbing establishment and has served in the City Council HIGHER HONORS For the Rev Dennis J Flynn Formerly of This City Rev Dennis J Flynn formerly of this city but for the last six years professor at Mount St Marys College Emmits burg has just been chosen Vice Presi dent and Treasnrer of that famous college The reverend gentleman is well remembered here having taught for some years at St Xaviers College the class graduating with Jeff Bannon being all his pupils They arc all glad to learn of the honor conferred on him which they believe was well deserved Today Father Flynn will sail from New York to spend the summer in Ireland BIG TURN OUT Greets New Members of the Hibernian Ladles Auxiliary A big turn out of members of the Hibernian Ladies Auxiliary greeted Misses Lizzie Brennan Maggie Carroll and Lizzie Ginnon when they were obligated Wednesday night in Hibernian Hall Miss Mary Cavanaugh presided and on all sides were heard expressions of delight at the success that the auxil iary is meeting with applications for membership being received at every meeting The regular business was dispatched quickly after which those present were entertainedwith short talks and suggestions by Mrs B J OConnor Miss Maggie Cough lin and Miss Mary Corcoran The rapid growth of their organization was a source of much pride but the canvas for new members they said should continue until their auxiliary numbered as mauy as the four divisions Then any under taking they might engage In would be successful and their power for doing good would be largely increased The next meeting will be held August 3 INDIAN BAND COMING The famous Haskell Indian Band will be Manager Camps next offering at the Jockey Club Park opening Monday night for a week The band has been playing to excellent business in the East and comes to Louisville commended as one of the best in the country All the men are fullblooded Indians under the direc tion of Dennison Wheelock who a few years ago was one of the football cham pions of the world The men are finished musicians and their repertoire takes in the whole field of music ranging from ragtime to the other extreme Wagner Fifteen tribes pf Indians are represented in the band among them being Oneidas Cherokees Sioux Winnebagos Navajos Senecas Chippewas Pueblos Omahas and Mennonlns The Kilties will close their successful engagement at the Jockey Club Park with two concerts tomorrow one at 230 in the afternoon ann the other at 815 at night FOURTH ANNUAL The fourth annual bratwurst fest and picnic of the Germantown Socials is announced to take place at Phoenix Hill Park on July 31 This organization is composed of the leading men of St Vincent de Pauls parish who give their feet yearly to raise funds for charitable purposes Union buds will furnish the music and a jolly good time is promised Those heretofore given have been very enjoyable and largelyatteaded and therefore a record breaking crowd laI looked for tfakymr r i 1 MICHAEL DAVITT Ills Estimate of Parnell Told In His New and Popu lar Book Michael Davitts great work on the Pall of Feudalism In Ireland has just been issued by Harpers The New York Sun of last Sunday has a full page review of the work which it praises very highly In speaking of Parnell Davitt has to say IIHe was a Protestant leading a nation chiefly Catholic a landlord commanding I tenants in a war against his ownI class a cold reserved man at the headl of one of the most warm hearted and Impulsive of races a sober unemotional speaker who never quoted an Irish poet but once and then quoted him wrongly In a country remarkable for passion and ornate oratory a public man and leader who treated his party with icy aloofness for years who lived away from Ireland most of his time and who appeared iiu his conduct toward the Irish people to be absolutely unconcerned as to what they thought of him until the personal issue involved in the unhappy event of 1890 roused him into a fierce contest with those who questioned his right to lead only when the leadership headed directly for disaster Our author goes on to note that Parnell was unlike all the Irish leaders who had preceded him In respect of accomplishments traits of character and personal idiosyncrasies He had neither wit nor humor eloquence or the passion of conviction academical distinction of any kind scholarship or profession He was Irish neither in his accent nor in his appearance nor in his mannerisms In fact he was a paradox in Irish leader ship and will stand unique within his niche in Irish history as bearing no resemblance of any kind to those who had handed down to his time the fight for Irish nationhood What then was the secret of Parnells immense influence and popularity Mr Davitt answers He was above and before everything else a splendid fighter He had attacked and beaten the enemies of Ireland In the citadel of their power the British Parliament It was here where he loomed great and powerful in Irish imagination As Wendell Phillips put it on one occasion Parnell was the Irishman who had compelled John Bull to listen to what he in behalf of Ireland had to say in the House of Commons and the personal force which had don this and had flung the Irish question and representatives athwart the plans and purposes of English parties in a battle for the Irish people appealed instinctively t the admiration of those in whose name this work was accomplished In order to help us to comprehend the effect of the well timed impact of Parnells stolid allof apiece and massive personality ware e invited further to observe that he was fortunate in being heir to the ripenin- fruits of his predecessors labors the Daniel OCounells Fintan Lalors Govan Duffys James Stephenses and Isaac Butts who had sown the seed In less propitious days and under darker skies The popu lar mind is not historic In its judgments nor inclined to portion out its awards iin- equitable measurement to just desert The founder of home rule and the little Belfast pork butcher who planned unpar liamentary obstruction were forgotten iin the public memory as Mr Parnell be came prominently identified with weap ons of political warfare he could use more damagingly against the opponentsI of the Irish cause than could those who had forged what his limited organizing capacity or constructive skill could not have created NEW ALBANY Prof John Byrne Calls Upon Old PrlendsPlcnlca Prof John Byrne who taught school1 at Holy Trinity church parochial school in New Albany for several years previous to 1880 was a visitor to Father JBKelly this week He is now teaching a parochial school at Toledo Ohio and has been very successful in his chosen work Prof Byrne called upon a number of old friends while In New Albany and was cordially received He will be pleasantly rememberedby many of the older citizens He looks as young almost as he did twenty years ago A picnic was given for the benefit of St Edwards City Hospital at Glenwood Park on Tuesday anda large crowd attended and had a very enjoyable time The Sisters who conduct the hospital are deservingof all praise on the good work they have done and the public always responds when the Sisters call for aid The picnic was given under the auspices of the Ladies Sewing Society connected with the hospital The funeral of Mrs Bridget Wunder lich wife of Frederick Wunderlich an old and greatly esteemed resident of tbe city took place Tuesday morning Iron Holy Trinity church and the large attend ance attested to the regard felt for this good woman The services were con ducted by the Rev John B Kelly The same morning at 830 oclock funeral services were held in St MarysI church over the body of Nicholas Belvois under the direction of St Josephs Benevolent Society and the Society of Alsace and Lorraine At 1030 o lock the funeral of Mrs Anna Baker wife of Charles Baker also took place from St Marys and was largely attended The associate rector the Rev Father Barrels conducted the services at both funerals CHARITY LAWN FETE A lawn fete will be given at Mrs J J Barrette residence 838 East Main street next Thursday evening the proceeds of which will be devoted to tt well known charitable purpose Mrs Barrett as stated by several ladies of the East End are putting forth every endeavor to make the affair a 9UCCWW socially and Jinan daily c 0 H + i H H HMHt SPECIAL SUIT SALE 800 Regular 750 and 10 Suits for this week o- nly49O H1 These suits are strictly all wool and elegantly tailored See them by all means IEHRICIi lQ CO ++++ + M M M M Htt tt tt FEEL HIS LOSS Catholic Knights Mourn Death of Supreme Secretary Relter Nowhere is the death of Gerard Reiter Supreme Secretary of the Catholic Knights of America more sincerely mourned than in Louisville where he was personally known to many members of the order Secretary Reiter was taken ill several weeks ago but letters received by Supreme Trustee McGinn and Su hopeforhis death at St Louis reached here last Saturday morning and was quite a shock to all Catholic Knights Since his elec lion Secretary Reiter had performed his officaal duties with signal ability and the entire order will feel his loss When elected to the position Secretary Reiter resided at Vincenues but when the law was changed moved to St Louis in 1903 His successor will not be chosen until the special meeting of the Supreme Council next month AWFUL DEATH Comes to Dennis McGue Afte Twenty Years Railroad Service Dennis McCue for twenty years in the employ of the Pennsylvania railroad was run over by a switch engine and instantly killed Tuesday morning at Fourteenth and High streets The unfortunate man hadestepped from one track out of the way of an approaching engine but was unaware that another was coming from an op untilotoo late and the efforts of the engineer to reverse his engine and save McCue were futile the wheels passing over and crushing him in a frightful manner Dougherty Keenan took charge of the remains and removed them to the family Beg sides his wife three children survive him The funeral took place Thursday morn ing from St Cecilias church with solemn mass of requiem OLD PEOPLE DYING Startling Mortality Among the Centenarians Throughout Ireland There has of late been a startling mor tality among centenarians in Ireland A sprightly pair aged respectively 108 and 103 opened the ball in Kerry a few months ago and since then the provin cial papers have been kept busy chronicling the deaths of many others in various corners of the country The death of a couple of those that went off more recently recalled the tragedy in Limerick long ago which furnished the plot for Gerald Griffins charming novel The Collegians and Dion Bouccicaulti play founded on that novelliThe Col 1teen Bawn William Quinn who died Croom recently aged 100 years was a first cousin to Eily OConnor the Colleen Bawn and Mrs Mary Dillon who died at Croom also a few days later iu her one hundred and third year remembered well going to Limerick market with her butter in 1822 and there witnessing the execution of Scanlan for the murder ol the Colleen IIawn- KNiOIITS OF COLUMBUS The united councils of Rhode Island will erect a State home office in Providence Memphis Tenn Council has fitted up very handsome quarters where visit ors are always welcome Cincinnati Knights are arranging for their annual family outing which will occur at Coney Island early in August Horton Kan is one of the latest acquisitions of Columblanism A council was instituted there last week with a charter membership of fifty It will be pleasing news to his many Knights of Columbus friends to know that W J OBrien of Baltimore Council was elected Grand Exalted Ruler of the Elks at the Cincinnati convention this week OBriens popularity among his antlered brethren was attested by the magnificent vote given him he receiving 710 votes against 379 cast for his opponent A splendid step has been taken and a fineexample set by the State convention of the order in Tennessee A resolution was adopted at the suggestion of State Deputy Kuhn who made an eloquent plea in its behalf to provide means for the support of a priest to devote his time to giving missions to nonCatholics It was estimated that the expense would not exceed 500 a year and as there are 1000 Knights of Columbus in Tennessee the expense to each would be but fifty cents per annum TAOOART AN IRISHMAN Thomas Taggart of Indianapolis who will be made Chairman of the Democratic National CorwaUtee is aa Irishman being a native of the County Moaoghan a Clothiers Hatters and Furnishers t319 TO Sap WEST JEFFERSON ST t++++ ttt++ tt +Nt4t t +t +H Usftt + JOCKEY CLUB PARK One Week Beginning Monday July 25 RAIN OR SHINE Haskell Indian Band Pronounced everywhere one of the best in the country Has just scored a big success in Eastern cities Repertoire In ragtoTHE KIITIESTonight tomorrow afternoon and tomorrow night Admission 25 Cents Children 15 Cents Refreshments at tables e ew ACCIDENT As shown above never happens where DIAMOND WALL PLASTER is used Kentucky Wall Plaster Go Incorporated TELEPHONE 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky COAL100 Bushels PittsburgFifstPool M356 100 Bushels Pittsburg Fourth Pool 1200 Plttsburg 1st Pool 325 Pittsburg 4th Pool 300 Jelllco 300 Laurel 300 Coal is freshly mined and well screened JOS DOUGHERTYHo- me s Phone 256 1416 West Bro- adwajPTARCHER Out Door and Flash Light PhotographyHome Room 44 Courier Journal Building ae Summer styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas Ireland Tom Taggart is one of the ablest political managers in the country and with him for Chairman the Democrats timightDELIGHTFUL SURPRISE Miss Matilda Kirsting was given a de lightful surprise trolley party on the Allegro the occasion being her twenty first birthday After the ride refresh ments were served at Riverview and dancing was the feature until a late hour CONDITION CRITICAL His friends in particular and the pub lie in general will be pained to learn that James Ross the well known grocer at Eighth and St Catherine lies in a criti cal condition at his home the victim of uraemic poisoning sufferingforrheumatism is also very low the dread disease having attacked his heart CARD OF THANKS We desire to express our sincere thanks to our many friends for their kindness through the illness and death of our beloved husband and father We desire to thank in particular the Rev Father Twohig and assistants and the Rev Father Hill for their kind words of con solation and sympathy Also Doctors Leo and Oscar Block Branch 25 of the Catholic Knights of America Employes of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Co J M Robinson Norton Co Mad C Grander the Nonpareil Club the donors of floral designs and the pallbearers MR UICHA l1 GKOGAK AXD FAMIIXI n nn a NrUOKY IRISH rioar P BANNON M 1 BANNON H M WOLTRINQ R B BANNON I President VlcePres Genj Mgr Secretary Treasurer PuF Bunon Sewer Pipe Cooo- Salt t Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe Bannons Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain Til Vitrified Street Paving prick Fire Proofing Flue Pipe Flue Lining Fire Brick Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay himneY Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk BricK OFFICE 508512TBtBPIIONBS73 W JEFFERSON WORKS 13th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and loth TELEPHONE 2833 sAosu+ +++++++++++ U H +MI M ++++F +++ M M H +++++ M M +H+ Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 810 4 11Hl+1HH+1111HHHH+l 1111lrllHlHHHlHHl JE TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Carr STREETShorttHM1HHHHI1 1 l HMmHMl l MM 1 IHIHI 11HHHM WIIISliUr SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma to I d CHICAGOON THE eluolDlmfl S R4I1WIYb In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager D INK I Itl6nrut y BOTTLED BY HENRY C LAUER 407 East Jefferson Street TELEPHONE I MO Worlds Fair Short Line som ii6rn Raiiwau FORTYTHREE MILES THE SHORTEST FASTEST AND BEST TO THE WOODS FflltLOOK AT THE SCHEDULE Leave Louisville 9 a m daily arrive St Louis 456 p m Solid through train of Pullman sleepers observation dining car and day coaches from Louisville to St 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 Louis with Wabash suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES FROM 4LOUISVILLEL 1300 good returning until December 15 1904 1100 good returning in sixty days 1000 good returning in fifteen days Tickets will be on sale daily at the above rates 700 coach excursion tick ets 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 Co H Hungerford District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth Ave Louisville G B Allen Assistant Gen eral Passenger Agent St Louis BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria ChicagoAN- DAND POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN Cleveland Buffalo New York Boston 1 F AND ALL POINTS EAST 081aniMlcaUoaour Route 9Fourth AveOI write tt- k 0 8jGteIG Agent Pamnger Agt Me Rye- W F 1 CB THOMPSON FJ40RISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jeflerson Si 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 rlfR M ANDRIOTSONSE 8 W G N MAN fACl RR8 Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST YELLOWSTONE PARK TOUR Every Expense Included In Ticket Person ally Conducted Parly The only exclusive Yellowstone Park excursion from this section in 1904 will be run by the Monon Chicago North western and Northern Pacific railways leaving Cincinnati Louisville and In dianapolis on Wednesday August 3 The train will be called The Yellow 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 b j firstclass An Illus trated folder telling all about the tour can be had by calling on or addressing E H Bacon District Passenger Agent Monon route Fourth and Market streets Louisville 1Despite the effort made to path then nothing more ungraceful than the regular 1830 models have been seen la many a tong day Fortunately few have been made up and the modified model alpae have Ukeu the general fast j MmaIUH mMl mm mitmM M HlmMMmIH4l1mmJUAMmMMmMm- SPEAKING OF JOB PRINTING = GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER Dance Invitations II Wedding Invitations I Note and Bill Heads- Tickets IDodgers Etc HOAIJS PHONE D3a3 Kentucky Irish American I3SO WJ3JS1 QXtEJISIV STRJ3JEJT imm 1ilItJ1mmrjHt mm 7 f rliiwmljHt mmri ii l7HfJ R HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes 4 Iowa Hibernians will hold their State convention in Sioux City Wisconsin Hibernians will hold their State convention at Racine on August 8 and O- The election of national officers had not taken place when this weeks issue went to pressThe Ladies Auxiliary of East Boston Initiated fourteen candidates at their last meetingDivision 21 of Providence will elect a physician to attend its members when reported sick- Division 1 meets Tuesday night All who want to hear some interesting news should attend Division 14 of Brighton Mass worked the four degrees on fifteen candidates in Parnell Hall at the first July meeting The Kentucky Irish American will visit the New Albany and Jeffersonville divisions during the month of August The widespread interest manifested in the doings of the national convention Is an evidence of the growing strength of the order Division 4 will initiate a large class next Wednesday evening James Ross of the division has donated refreshments for the evening The divisions of Worcestor and vlcintly are making arrangements for the forma tion of a Hibernian regiment the third in MassachusettsDivision an Interesting meeting Monday night One application was presented and James Coleman in a short but goodnatured talk made some timely suggestionsDuluth will participate in the exercises at the dedication of St James church tomorrow and will form one of the divisions in the parade of Catholic societies There should be a large attendance at the meeting of Division 4 next Wednes day In addition to the initiation State Secretary McGinn will tell about the national convention Twentynine new members were initiated recently into Division 2 of Ana conda At the social session that followed addresses were delivered by Fathers Coopman and Chauve A full course at Holy Cross College will be the prize offered the most popular pupil in Worcester Mass at the fair to be given by the united Hibernian socie ties of that city in October With twentyone candidates on whom to confer the degrees the work was done in magnificent and effective style at the recent joint initiation held by the four divisions of Franklin county at Colum bus Ohio The sentiment was largely in favor of an Irish field day at the meeting of Division 3 Monday night The sooner the County Board takes up the matter the better for all can then go to work nnd make it a big success HONOR PRANK MENNE Frank A Menne one of the leading and Influential Catholic gentlemen of the city and head of the great candy factory at Wenzel and Main streets was elected a member of the Executive Committee of the National Confectioners Association last Friday in Detroit where the associa tlon held its twentyfirst annual conven tion The honor was worthily bestowed and greatly pleases the many candy makers of Louisville who recognize in Col Menne a generous employer and steadfast friend BASE BALL An exciting game of base ball is looked for tomorrow afternoon when the Cigar makers and Dusty Rhodes teams meet pn the Goss grounds at Shelby and Oak These teams met last Sunday when the Cigarmakers took the Rhodes into camp and administered to them the first defeat of the season The players on both clubs are the best in the city therefore a good game may be looked for The Rhodes boys will make a great effort to regain their lost honors as another defeat would put their opponents in fint place SIOUX INDIANS PICNIC The Sioux Indians will give their third annual picnic at Phoenix Hill Park on Monday August 1 Music will be furnished by the Sioux Indian Band compo entirely of members of Slobs Tribe The committee in charge are Felix Mc Lain Oscar Fisher Lafe Stoetter R R Wertftll Will john and Charley Sandmann A handsome gold watch will be given to the lady cashing the hlghenumlter of ticket and a dia mond ring tothellady cubing the second hlflhwt number AnnexationCut Clearance AllOver The House ClothingShoes ShoesHats Furnishings LowestPrices I On- Record LEWSTHIRD AND MARKET RECENT DEATHS Sincere sympathy is felt for George and Josephine Kern 1111 Garden street who laid to rest Wednesday in St Mi chaels cemetery their infant daughter Lillian Ella whose innocent soul was called from earth with the setting of the sun Tuesday evening Mrs Clayctta Read Lynch beloved wife of George Lynch of the Louisville Nashville railroad yielded up a useful and sweet life Wednesday leaving be sides her husband two sons to mourn her loss She was a Christian woman loved and respected by all who knew her The funeral took place Thursday afternoon from the family residence 2716 Magazine street the interment being in the Eastern cemetery William H Kelly formerly of this city died in Chicago last Sunday He was the son of Pat Kelly the retired contractor who resides at 717 East Chestnut street Mr Kelly was promi nently identified with Julius H Walker Co and was highly esteemed in his adopted city For many years he was the Grand Officer in the Royal League one of the leading fraternal organizations ohthe Northwest consequently his death is mourned by a large circle of friends Mrs Mary Lavin for over half a cen tury a resident of this city and a faithful member of St Patricks church passed to eternity Tuesday afternoon after a long and painful illness of cancer She was the mother of Mrs Thomas Mc Hugh and Mrs Mary Welker who sur vive her Her funeral took place Thurs day morning from the residence of her soninlaw Thomas McHngb 1827 High street and from St Patricks church where solemn mass of requiem was sung for the repose of her soul The many friends of Mrs Thomas Skelly were deeply pained Monday when they learned of her death at her home 434 West Walnut street Mrs Skelly had been ill for a long time but she bore her suffering with the Christian fortitude that marked her entire life Besides her husband she leaves one son who have sympathy from all quarters in their great bereavement Deceased was a member of a well known Catholic family and before her marriage was Miss Agnes Gorman Thefuneral took place Wednes day morning from the Cathedral and was largely attended Nicholas Simon the venerable and respected father of Messrs John and Prank Simon one of our oldest Catholic German citizens and a veteran of the Mexican war passed peacefully to his eternal reward Tuesday night after a short illness due to his advanced age For more than half a century be had led an active life in this city awlwAS promi nent in all movements that made for the advancement of Louisville His wife whom he married here in 1849 died twelve years ago leaving the two ions named above Nicholas Simon was a devout Catholic and a liberal giver to charity especially St JyMphc Orphan i Asylum Hta funeral took place from St Mary s church Rev Father Weyterman- couductf the rolenst yarYiosr J rlII o n IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges At a recent meeting of the Cork Industrial Development Association George Crosbie presiding Father Downing pro posed a scheme for giving a bonus to the wage earners wife who at the end of each month produces receipts showing the largest amount of purchases of Irish manufactures during that month The architectural changes and general renovation of the Catholic Cathedral at Newry will be proceeded with at an early date A new chancel will be added thus increasing very considerably the present dimensions of the sacred edificeI and the interior renovation of the church will quite transform its present appear ance making when it Is finished one of the most beautiful of its kind in all Ire land The outlay will be about 75000 According to a return laid upon the table of the House of Commons by the Irish Congested Districts Board seven teen estates with an acreage of 53085 were purchased during the six months ended April 30 last for the purpose of resale to tenants and enlargement of holdings Of these nine estates are sit uated in the County of Mayo five in Gal way two in Sligo and one in Kerry the number of tenancies thereon being 1080 the acreage tenanted 23302 and the acreage untenanted 23783 At the weekly meeting of the Com mittee of the International Exhibition held in the Commercial Building Dub lin Percy Bernard presiding it was an 1 nounced that the total number of guar antees up to date was almost 500000 Justice Shanks submitted report deal ing with the organization in London which was deemed very satisfactory Letters relative to the proposed interna tional regetta to be held in connection with the forthcoming exhibition ex pressing their approval of the project were received from the Boston Yacht Club and the Royal Mersey Yacht Club A most interesting exhibition is being organized in Dungarven County Water ford and it is calculated to be far more profitable to local industries than any international bazar It is designed to contain four classes of exhibits First of all there will be exhibits of existing in dustries in which it is hoped to have specimens of every commodity actually being produced in County Waterford Second it is intended to illustrate ex tinct industries such as the famous cut glass of Waterford and Bonmahon mincerals Third it will have a bearing on 1 prospective industries such as pottery from the clays of the backstrand of TraCC wore and other possible industries Fourth the archaeology and art of the county will be represented- A most able thoughtful and suggestive paper was read at the Maynooth Union by the Most Rev Dr Kelly Bishop of Ross on the subject of Womans Share in the Industrial Revival of Ireland His Lordship faced the facts boldly that the Irish people in Ireland is in danger not merely of diminution by emigration which skims the very cream of the rural population but of deterioration by im proper rearing and nutriment It is in infancy and in youth as his Lordship showed that the staminus of a race is se cured The child is father to the man and it is the special province of the Irish women to save the rising generation from physical deterioration The man is the breadwinner of a family but the woman J is the food distributor It is for the woman to see that where poverty does not forbid the young are fed with food necessary and appropriate for youth His Lordships paper dwelt with many phases of the social and economical life of Ire land with a sympathetic insight and knowledge that give to his views a very exceptional value- IMPROVED i TRAIN SERVICE 1 Offered by the Henderson Route Between Louisville and St LoulaICommencing Sunday June 20 Ken J tuckys popular line the Henderson route will inaugurate a safe and fast day service between Lcnisville and St Louis in each direction and will improve the time and equipment generally of all trams between these points Three daily trains wjll be operated in each direction t on the following safe schedolesbetween J Louisville and St LouisIF I Leave Louisville 880a m 0 p m and I 7 a ntj arrive St Louis 610 p m 720 a m and 010 pm The equipment is brand new just from j the shops of the most modern vestibule pattern and is as fine as on any train operating I in or out of Kentucky The 830 a m train through without change of cars will be composed of Pullman obervatI H parlor cart free reclining chair ors Uiulngl car Tbe9uih backseat p 8 enger coaches traintthrough without change ltwill cou PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the agedI Sts DRINK Hofbrau 1 senor Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BRE2VING boYPANYJNOORPORATED TELEPHONE 4B2 xOUXSVXLLG ICY Cumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 rHE Geoe WiedemannII BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Drought and Bottled Beers Sold at all 1leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber and Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR Otto Brewerys Cream Beer DIERSEN BROS Proprietors ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE Telephone 1137 JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY r CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOKC1M IS FRANK WAITBRS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY f f tt H a FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES AL KOLB345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS Katie A Smithformerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reas able prices All calls answered prompt ly day or night DOTH PHONES 1677 OFFICE 652 FIFTH STR- EETLDBAX FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER t r CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone X360l00 E Chestnut Street Both Phones 1180 Established 186- 3RATTERMANJOHN 8 I Successor to Mrs Geo Ratterman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions Allcalls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST sist of Pullman sleeping cars free re clining chair cars and high back seat pas senger coaches The dining cars on day trains will serve meals a la caite you pay only for what you get All trains will leave from and arrive in the Seventhstreet Union depot Louis 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 200 North Broadway St Louis 10 MICHIGAN AND RETURN JIO Via Monon route and steamer Manitou to Mackinac Petoskey Harbor Spring Bay View and Charlevoix The Monou route will sell tickets from Louisville to the above delightful resorts in Michigan on Wednesday August 17 via Chicago and the magnificent steel Manitou which will be good returning Bertha and meals on the Manitnuextra 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 andby the satisfaction given infOrmery ts boats being the trip without an equall1 For reservations and further information address K II Bacon PtPA Monon Route Louis- Ville Ky n- I f L Iptoelix JfillI par Open For the Season NOW IS TIlE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outingsi greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts QUICK 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 Pioneer Bottling House FOR trSTRAIGHT WHISKIESB- IG r JUG AT DOOR J P DANT9 913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Statloa HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers a in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOOSN a VAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 880 to 1230 oclock 44Sat w 9B Et13i 1T fitT4 J- J s- T a d t pp FQNTUOKY IRISH RICAN mninimnwiglORPHM Wednesday July 27 1904 rg = Beginning at 9 a m ou the grounds of the tZ- Z1ST JOSEPHS ORPflflNS HOME = CRESCENT HILL = g Excellent Music by Eichorns Band of 1 TwentyFive Men g- g Grand Illumination at Night Concert by Goncordla Singing Society = ADMISSION 25 CENTS = CE Children under 12 years of age accompanied by parents free S2 71i1Ui1liliUUUUllll lilitlitiiUltUlU0lUliUU iUiUtIllUtiliii n t t t t t+++ t FOR GOODNESS SAKE DONT BAKE EAT- MOTHERS BREAD t It tt lit I I U t t t I TPA HOT FOR THE 1 5 i Best in town Try great leader i r at the price I tnomePhonec3z3 1 111 I I While At a our Great RANGES45c ROASTERON great since this values sale i on terms are vantage ene moved Of of of it f GAS We dont sell ranges BUT if you purchase from your own stove dealer we will arrange so that you can pay for it on EASY r Kentu kylleatingCoT10p1V10n3 PSRAYCO NVFi111- 6GarriaO6s i 230232- W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY It It tf t t t all grades my TERMS one TJSJWVIS t 8IVO6 SPENCCRr Pmtdcnti 2iEducates Young People For Business Good Employment and Sucua iCALL Oft WIIITC rOR rv INrOflIlATION 1 UIIIeI NI halt itirRneTS rx LOUISVILLE IIIIWIIIf KY Business C011ege I STATIONERS ITLIeI BradleyKM CO i MnufaciunrsBlDER PI- r IKBODKsKY v U 0 n U n U J BACON SONS WASH DRESS SKIRT- BARGAINSIn order to hurriedly dispose of several new shipments of pricesIf ably more and if you make them yourself the material would cost you just as much We can save you this un necessary expense and labor giving our customers preferred styles made to fit every person of proportionate size Choice of Wash Dress Skirts made up in a variety Misses White Duck Dress Skirts good laundering of preferred styles and materials including f Q quality made full with the new foot plaits f O Cblueregular our special price splendiddainty 48fuit1I 1 f as ong any White India Linon Suits White India Linon Suits Waist made with wide tucks two rows of hem Waist tucked and lace trimmed tabbed stock I special 48skirtj 0000 0 I ee ee GREAT LOSS Sustained by the Passion 1st Fathers in Death of Their Provincial Very Rov Father Stephen Kealy Stricken While SayIngII NABS As a Young Priest Ho Spen- Sotn i o Time at St Cecilias INTERESTED IN NEW MONASTERY Last Sundays Associated Press dispatches brought to this city the painful news that the Very Rev Stephen Kealy Provincial of the Passionist Order in the United States dropped dead while cele brating the first puss in St Michaels chapel in West Hoboken When communicated with Monday the particulars of Father Kealys death had not reached the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road but it was learned that he was stricken with apoplexy and fell on the altar steps dying before any medical as sistance could be rendered The news came as a shock to the good fathers at the Sacred Heart Retreat and those who knew Father Kealy as they were not aware that he was ill He was not of a robust constitution yet he was active in his duties and no warning of the great loss the order was to sustain had been givenFather Stephen was born in Kyle Ire land in 1849 coming to the United States in 1808 After engaging in business for about a year he entered the novitiate of the Passionlsts in Pittsburg and was pro fessed August 13 1870 Having com pleted his studies he was ordained to the holy priesthood on September 22 1877 As a young priest he spent some time in Louisville atSt Cecilias and is well re membered by the people of that congre gationFather Kealy was employed in various offices in the order It was while he was Superior that the Passionists erected their beautiful new church on Mt Adams Cincinnati He was sent to South America in 1891 but the climate not agreeing with him he returned to the United States He was elected Provincial for the second term in 1002 and therefore had one year more yet to serve when death called him Father Stephen always evinced a deep interest in the Sacred Heart Retreat near this city where he had hoped to soon erect a new and commodious monastery lather Felix Ward O P is now acting Provincial His love for Louisville is well known and what can be done for a new retreat Father Felix will certainly accomplishThe of Father Stephen was held at West Hoboken the remains being buried under the high altar of the Pas sionist church there PUSH THE WORK Mackin Club House Is to Be Completed In Ninety Days Fred Herp Second Vice President of Mackin Council presided over the deliberations of that body Tuesday night showing an ability that gratified his warmest supports and puts hint in line for the Presidency Owing to the ex cessive heat the attendance was rather small but nevertheless the business transacted was important After receiv ing one application the council was addressed by Grand Secretary I aute and William M Biggins regarding the com ing Grand Council and the joint excur sion to Lexington It la hotel that several hundred members will wake the trip on a special train accompanied by a band ofwuetc- Will KwUrg of the BttlJdiag Commit LI 0 e IRISH SijClfIY D1RfCIijRY A O Et DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Bach Month TynanViceDoughertyRecording nan Jr Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank atree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of MonthtPresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancial SecretaryJohn T Kenney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas Quinn CooneyRecording Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler Sergeant Arms Pat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 615 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurer DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaua Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney MurphyPresidentRobert Vice presidentDaniel Gill Recording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial SecretaryThos OHern Treasurer Martin Gos- sSentinelAlphonso Constantine SergeantatArmsMichael Noon Y 3M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street ShelleyFirst P Shaugh nessySecond HerpRecordingFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 258 St Cecilia street- Corresponding Secretary Frank P BurkeTreasurerFrank MurphyMarshalGeorge I Inside Sentinel Frank Lanahan J Outside SentinelJohn Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the ClubHouse 718 East Gray StreetII CooneyFirstSecond Vice PresidentJoseph F Bell Recording SecretaryEmil E Mouth I Corresponding Secretary Arthur C j Lauer Financial SecretaryRobert G Goe belTreasurerWilliam N Gast f MarshalM F Morris I Inside Sentinel Jacob Pfalzer Outside SentinelM F Ziegler tee and Frank Murphy of the Relief Club told of the progress being made by I the builders on the new club bouse Push the work is the order on all sides and with anything like fair weather the building will be ready for occupancy before October The walls are now up to the second story In order to provide ample funds a Relief Club has been organized a among the members who are subscribing in large numbers Charles Raidy and his assistants reported all arrangements completed for a jolty day at Sugar Grove on Tuesday August 2 when Mackin Council will give Its annual family basket picnic This year there will be no noon boat so those who want to spend the day with the young men of the West End will have to assemble at the Portland wharf before 9 oclock ini the morning Mr and HH Bdward ODonnell Mrs John ODoahell HJllaryGel1es evieye and M ttde ODonaeU and Miss Edith Doherty cf Jeffewooville left Tuesday morning t for Sfc Look wiser a tbjWUI tea dar ttbe Expo Ii ettbur- e 0 SHOCKINGLY Sudden Was tho Death ofJudge Upton W Mulr at Capo May Drowned While Bathing in the Surf Last Wed- nesdayV Universal sorrow and Sympathy for His Family and Father REMAINS BROUGHT HOME FOR BURIAL The announcement of the sudden death of Judge Upton W Muir by drowning at Cape May N J Wednesday came as a great shock to the people of Louisville Judge Muir was the youngest of the Cir cult Judges and one of the most popular men on the bench He was first ap pointed to the judiciary by Gov Beckham in the spring of 1902 and in November 1903 was elected by the people for a term of six years Although the youngest member of the bench be was recognized as one of the ablest of the Judges and apparently had a bright future before him He was an upright and impartial Judge treating everybody without regard to creed or political affiliation with the utmost fairness and impartiality as be comes one holding a judicial position Upton Muir was the son of Judge Peter B Muir an eminent lawyer who still survives Judge Peter B Muir is the legal adviser and trusted counsel of Right Rev Bishop McCloskey which position he has filled for a quarter of a century Although not of the Catholic faith Judge Peter B Muir has always stood for Catho lie rights in Louisville and in Kentucky His son Judge Upton W Muir was of the same stripe Upton W Muir was born in Louisville in December 1803 He graduated with honors from the University of Virginia in 1888 and up to the time of his election to the bench was a law partner of his dis tinguished father He served one term as a member of the General Counciland was President of the Board Judge Muir went to Cape May last Friday to spend his summer vacation ac companied by his wife and two children He was bathing in the surf when death suddenly came to him No recent death of a public man in Louisville has created such widespread regret Judge Peter B Muir the venerable father of deceased and the surviving widow and children have the sympathy of the community The remains were brought to Louisville at once and the funeral will take place this morning from St Andrews Episcopal church Active and honorary pallbearers were selected from among the Judges of the courts and prominent business men of the city WANT ONE BIG BODY Prominent Hibernians Advo cating Consolidation orILocal Divisions Louisville boasts of four divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians with membership of between COO and 700 For some months past men prominent in that order have been advocating their j consolidation into one big body They point out that the meetings would then be largely attended the members become better acquainted together with a great j saving of time and expense This Important question will soon be presented to the four divisions for due j consideration and later probably after the State convention a mass meeting of j Hibernians may be called when a toll hearing will be given those who advocate the change All the divisions are in splendid condition but they can not be consolidated ltong M seven members rinse to ive up their cluirter The ids mpybutyiotari tueutMtrlil lhouklb4faneutIOOCt Ii- I tI h I sa rue cnas flI Rogers BOOK 60 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIESF- OR FIRST HOLY COMMUNION + Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OP EVERY DESCRIPTION 3S3 W Jefferson Street+ UOOOC 00 1111+1 JulJul HHIIHHIHII +IiHIH1HIil4HIHIIi1 1 I Union Ice Cream Co Fine Vtfnllla Cream and Sherbet 75c per gal Strawberry Peach and Chocolate 85c per gal Brick 4 colors 100 per gal gals100 gallons per hour Home Phone 2144 Cumb Phone 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