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I I 1 KENTucKY IRIIr AMERICAN VOLUME XIIINO5 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 30 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTS iii7 FEDERATION Catholic Societies of Kentucky Hold Their Second An nual Convention Addressed by Rev Father Rich ard Barrett and Score tary Matre Reports Received Show Move ment Is Gaining Strength in the State I DRJSP CLARK ELECTED PRESIDENT The Kentucky State Federation of Catholic Societies met in annual convene tion last Sunday afternoon in the parlors of the Louisville Hotel From the start it was a business session and was har monious throughout State President Witte presided and in his report stated the obstacles that had confronted his ad ministration in various sections of the State The convention was a represen tative one delegates being present fromI various parts of the Slate not heretofore represented Credentials were received and the following delegates seated Anthony J Sheridan Louisville Ger ald J Connolly Newport John Fackler Louisville Leo Hayden Springfield Joseph Landorf Louisville Steve Clark Paducah Dr Francis S Clark Louisville H Dickman Bellvue James W Noonan Louisville Judge H W Rives Lebanon J P Brownfield Louis vile Judge Michael T Shine Coving ton Michael Reichert Louisville Eugene J Cooney Louisville H B Hnede t feld Covington Miss Rena Weisenberg Louisville Miss Mary E Sheridan Louisville Thomas J Connolly Newport James Coleman Louisville William M Higgins Louisville Dr D M Casey Carrollton Clarence H Zook Louisville William OConnor Louisville C D Witte Dayton Dr J W Fowler Louisville Con J Ford Louisville Thomas Tobin Louisville R J Doller Louis villeThey represented nearly all the national organizations composed of Cath olics After the reading of the minutes by Secretary Thomas Connolly the Rev Richard Barrett C P was introduced and delivered an eloquent address o which a synopsis is given in this issue National Secretary Anthony Matre of Cincinnati followed in an able address in which he explained the alms and purposes of the federation movement what it has done what it now is and what it expects to do in the Where there is union he said there results He referred briefly to the situa tion in Germany and the work of the Center party and to the disunion existing 1m France He then passed over the work of the American Federation in the Philippines what had been accomplished for the Catholic Indians and the position taken on the school and divorce laws Besides having the approval of the Holy Father the Federation was sustained by almost the entire American heirarchy Politics are expressly eliminated and the one who would use the body for political gain would be the worst defeated candi date who ever ran The Federation comprises the Crusaders of the twentieth century going forth solely for the honor and glory of God Secretary Metres remarks were generously applauded President Witte announced the follow ing committees after which a short recess was taken- ConstitutionGerald Connolly Judge Michael Shine Miss Rena Weisenberg Steve Clark and William M Higgins ResolutionsDr J W Fowler Leo Hayden H Dickman James B Kelly and Thomas Tobin Finance William OConnor H B Hnedefeld Miss Mary Sheridan Joseph Landorf and Michael Reichert Upon reassembling the Committee on Constitution was the first to report But few changes were recommended the most important being that hereafter par ishes may be represented from counties where there is no federation The calll for a State convention must be issued sixty days in advance of the meeting of the national body Coupty Federations will be entitled to onedelegate for every five hundred members and where no provision is made by the State body the laws of the National Federation will govern Dr Fowler reported resolutions re affirming the work of the Atlantic City convention and congratulating the national body on its great accomplishments during the past year Other resolutions urge County Federations to heart ily support and encourage the society for the spread of faith among the Indians and also humbly beg the support of the Bishopand clergy The Kentucky Irish American and the Glaubensbote were named the official organsfor Kentucky Owing to the near approach of the national convention County Federations were authorized to select delegates to Detroit ouo for every 1000 represented The last business was the election o officers which resulted as follow- sPresidentDr Francis S Clark Louis ville First Vice President Dr D M Casey Carrollton Second Vice PretestJudge UW RIvM Lebanon t0 MMsbal llLBHnededeldCOvlagtos 0- f GEORGE J BUTLER Kentuckian Honored at the Hibernia National Convention J Sx J KS 3 6 Jx Sx SecretaryAnthony J Sheridan Lauie- villeTreasurerbliss Mary Sheridan Louis villa After selecting this city as the place for holding the next State convention and thanking the Louisville Hotel lot courtesies extended the convention ad journed In another issue the Kentucky Irish American may publish the const tution in full Those who have beet interested in the Kentucky Federation are to be congratulated upon the out come of the convention LIVELY TIME Given the Cnndladtes Ihlti ated Wednesday Evening by Division Four Quite a large attendance was present at the meeting of Division 4 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians a great many there evincing quite an interest In several of the candidates to be initiated The following received the degrees Wm Chawk Jr James Houlihan Martin Leahy James McKiernan Harry Crotty Will Hanrahan Mike Meagher and Will Broderick After the initiation the new members were willing to acknowledge that they had received a warm reception all right State Secretary Joseph P McGinn on behalf of the State Board invited the members of Division 4 their wives and sisters and gentlemen and lady friends thefnew National Director George J Butler Thursday evening Before closing the meeting President Hennessey spoke feel ingly of the loss the division had sustained through the death of James A Ross and led the division in prayer for the repose Jisup the following resolutions on the death of Mr Ross Whereas It has pleased Almighty God to remove from our midst our worthy friend and brother Jttmes A Ross and- Whereas Division 4 A Or H recognizing its loss and desiring to pay a just tribute to the virtues of our de ceased brother therefore be it Resolved That while we bow it humble submission to the will of a Divine Providence nevertheless we sincerely mourn the loss of our deceased friend and brother Resolved That in the death of James A Ross the order loses an active end earnest worker a member faithful to his church an honest and respected citizen and a friend and companion who was dear to us all Resolved That these resolutions be spread on the minutes of our meeting e copy sent to the bereaved family a copy published in the Kentucky Irish Ameri can and be it further Resolved That our charter be draped in mourning for a period of thirty days and that we have five masses said for the repose of his soul JOS P McGiNN JOHN J HARRY DR F B NORTON COMMITTEE HAPPY UNION A wedding ceremony that attracted a large gathering of friends and relatives of the contracting parties was that solemnized at St Patricks church Wednesday morning with nuptial high mass Very Rev Vicar General Cronin being the officiating clergyman It was the union of Charles Finnegan and Miss Beatrice Lincoln both well known and popular in society circles The bride has been ia prominent member of St Patricks choir and in her honor an elaborate musical programme and wedding march was arranged by Prof Perry and special num bers were tendered by Misses King and Corcoran and Messrs Hodapp Yennei and Eschrich The groom is a successful grocer at Nineteenth and Owen streets After the wedding breakfast and festivities the happy couple left for St Louis and the Worlds Fair andon their return will be at home to their friends at 344 Nineteenth street BETEfThe CliftoCrescent Club announces its next lawn fete for Thursday August 11 It will be given OH Father Whites lawn one of the most delightful spots in Clif ton Those heretofore given have been so MJoyable and successful that this an brisgotattendanceU 1 U Q C J VINCENTIANS Did Honor to Their Church and Themselves LastSnn- day Great Body of Mon Visited St Brigids and Received Sacrament Cordial Greeting by Father Connolly and Ladles of the Parish FATHER DEPPENS ELOQUENT SERMON Sunday last will long be remembered by Vincentians and the good people of St Brigids parish as one of the most glorious days in the local history of the St Vincent de Paul Society Day broke forth bright and clear and by 7 oclock the vicinity of the handsome Highland church was thronged with devout Catho lic men who had gathered to do honor to their religion their patron saint and themselves Men came from the re motest parts of the city and when Rev Father Honnich O F M ascended the altar to begin the mass every inch of available space was occupied A most enjoyable feature was the elegantly pre pared breakfast furnished by the ladles of the parish immediately after the mass which was graciously served and heartily jellshed by the three hundred and thirteen men who had just come fasting from the holy table Within the sanctuary besides the celebrant of the mass were Very Rev Louis Deppen and Fathers Bachmann and Connolly After the gospel the pastor Rev Henry Connelly wel comed the assembled hosts and in the following happy manner introduced Rev Father Deppen who preached the ser mon that follows below My dear brothers of the St Vincent de Paul Society I can not permit this blessed occasion to pass by without extending to you in my own name and in the name of the whole congregation a most sincere and most hearty welcome to our church I not only wish to welcome you but I wish to return to you my most sincere my most heartfelt thanks for the high honor which you are conferring uponU3by your presenceherethUmorn ing Believe me when I tell you that we of St Brigids are more in your hands than you are in our hands this morning Believe me when I tell you that it is not so much you are surrendering yourselves to us as it is we of St Brigids who are surrenderingabsolutely and uncondition ally to you Everything that we have is yours both in a spiritual way and I might say in a temporal way The ladies of the congregation will feet highly honored my dear brothers if you can wait but a few minutes after the services so that before you retire to your homes they may have an opportunity of extend ing to you some little hospitality I will now make way for a reverend and dear friend Very Reverend Father Deppen whom I especially invited to be present and deliver the address on this occasion and who has most graciously consented to do so a clergyman who as we all know has for years in season and out of season manifested his loyalty and devo tion toward the St Vincent de Paul SocietyFather Deppen then ascended the altar and said in part- I will not detain you long my dear brothers I welcome you in the name of this good pastor and his endeared flock It is written How beautiful it is when the brethren live together and come to gether in unity and our blessed Lord himself has said that where two or more are gathered together in my name be hold I am in the midst of them and He is with us this morning He is with us not only on the altar but is seated be tween each two of you my brothers Now I understand this occasion and it were wrong in me to detain you more than a few moments Iknow your duties I know the hour of the morning I know that you are fasting 1 know that you are about to be refreshed with a dear breakfast the body and blood of Jesus Christ I know that you have to get home to your duties and with Gods help I shall not detain you but a few minutes although they say I preach very long yet with the increase of years I hope that I am becoming better in that respectI not say to you how delighted am to see this solid phalanx this solid body of Vincentians before me this morning Thls church which after all is not as small as it may appear but will bold many is filled I may say to its ute most capacity and filled by whom filled by the friends of our Lord Jesus Christ Say what you will my dear brethren I have said it before there is no association in the church that can compare In any way to that of St Vin cent de Paul There is no society that has the benediction and the blessing of God upon it as has the Society ofSt Vin cent de Panlt is a society that brings a reward sevenfold in thfo world and I promise you and God has promised you that the reward wilt be a hundredfold hereafter What U the society but an humble organization What k the church but humility What are the great works of the church bwt humble works What are the cMrMterisiis ef 9t Vinoaat de a- G c i n a s Pauls society but lowliness humility and selfdenial God looks for little thingsHe does not look for the great things Have you ever thought of this my brethren Have ybnever noticed that the special blessing of the Deity rests upon the humble and the lowly Look into the church see the bumble Society of St Francis cfee that has developed a magnificent jrowth and has the blessing of God Lobk at the LIttle Sisters of the Poor that ad no existence in the life of some of yo i presentsome- of you were already iu at hoods estate when there was established that society and see today what tlie poor little women have done But have they done it No it is Jesus Chria who livethand worketh in them that hap done it We have them in this city a we have them in perhaps three hundri 1 other places some with Institutions lIla get proportion ately than we have 1 ere Whence comes this Is it not thV mustard seed You who have traveled especially in the church have you ever found that special graces have been couple4with great Ca thedrals Go into the different shrines set apart by Godthe shrines of the Blessed Virgindo yoftfind these in noted places Do you fad the statues erected at these shrines ale works of art Look at the shrine atJLoretto a little black ebony statue an yet the world could not purchase thosj t statues Our Blessed Lord did not go jo the Louvre at Paris and single out M illos Immacu late Conception nor Into the galleries at Florence or in Rome land single out Michael Angelos pictures of the Ma donna or of our Saviourjwby Because God loves the humble and the lowly He loves the poorHe lovtes the widows fI the day Our Lord fed the multitude with the loaves aud fishes Aftenthey had eaten what did He say Gather up the Jrag ments lest they be 10stTHe had more interest Iu the fragments han He had in the multiplication of the loaves and fishes So in the temple when the people came in and deposited their offer ings He did not praise the wealthy No He praised the prior widow who came with her mite She has given more He said So it is in every other thing the humble the lowly whom God raises up and so it is in jibe church It is the poor nun thepoor humble priest like St Vincent de Paul whom he lifts up and makes their great instruments of last- Ing work He made Met the founder of the Sisters of Charity andofyour society From all this I would have you derive a meditation that God iesees the lowly and the humble He blesses our humble efforts He blesses our unSeen works the worksof the rig ti tttfc+ +lJft is not acquainted withT So it is with our works Have you any worldly profit from being a member of the St Vincent de Paul Society No And yet you have You receive already sevenfold It Is not the society that brings to you worldly honor but on the contrary it brings the benediction of God upon you upon your wife upon your children upon your brothers and sisters As sure as God is God so sure my brothers will God give you if you are humble and lowly and mind not what the world does if you give your little alms in secret that alms will bring to you and your children to your wife and to all of you sevenfold blessings in this worldand will bring you to life everlasting Now in conclusion I wish but to say one word to you to call toyour minds an other word of our Lord Speaking of the CONTINUED ON THIRD PAGE GRAND COUNCIL Lexington Preparing Por En tertalnment of Young Mens Institute Barry Council V M I of Lexington has almost completed arrangements for the entertainment of the Grand Council of the Kentucky Jurisdiction which will hold a three days session in the Blue grass capital beginning August 21 Barry Council has made great strides during the past year bringing its mem bership up to 250 A big initiation in the morning a ball game in the after noon and reception and car ride will be features of the first day to be followed during the convention by a banquet and other entertainments This council is now one of the largest in the jurisdiction therefore the members have placed John Shannon a young lawyer of experience and ability in nomination for Grand Secretary He has been a hard worker among the young men of Lexington and is well known to the delegates Last year he declined the nomination in order that the incumbent might receive an indorsement but now his friends say he must run for the position arguing that the offices should be more evenly dis tributed throughout the jurisdiction Satolll Mackin and Trinity Councils of this city have chartered a special train over the Chesapeake k Ohio road for August 21 and will take a band of music with them It is thought that 300 members and their friends will be in the party APPOINTED DELEGATES President Kelly has appointed Dr J W Fowler and Drf F S Clark delegates to represent the Jefferson County Federa tion in the national convention of the American Federation of Catholic Sods till which opens Tuesday la Detroit NatloaaljtzeeatlveCOIRmittI PnsidsBt of the ICenpgk f Stet Fedeea tiotr 1 J I- Ia t j CONDITIONS That Must Bo Observed For Success of the Catholic Federation Very Roy Richard Barretts Address at State Con vention Much Depends Upon Degree of Knowledge Its Friends Possess LOOKING TOWARD DISTANT FUTURE Readers of the Kentucky Irish American will read with no little interest the eloquent utterances of Very Rev Richard Barrett C P delivered before the dele gates to the Federation convention Sun day afternoon At its conclusion the reverend gentleman was given enthusi astic applause and thanked by the dele gates for his words of wisdom From Father Barretts remarks we take the followingLadies and Gentlemen It is simply impossible for me to give expression to my appreciation of the honor conferred upon me in the invitation to address a representative body of the American Federation of Catholic Societies for it is an honor which some of the highest ecclesiastical dignitaries of the country have been proud to accept Wherefore I tbankyour committee and particularly your zealous colaborer Dr Clarke through whose interest in your work and kindness to me such an honor has been conferred upon me In considering what shape my very brief address should take I deemed it altogether superfluous even to attempt to explain the objects and purposes of Catholic federation or to ex patiate on the tangible results already achieved by the efforts of this united Catholic body Indeed this would be for me all the more superfluous as the es teemed National Secretary is present with us who will I am sure lay before you the alms of and the striking results already secured by the united efforts of Catholic federation and this he will do with a force and persuasion that I con sider myself incapable of Let me then rather peer intolhe near as well as the distant future and conjuring up the unlimited possibilities which lie stretched before the mental vision of Catholic federation dwell upon the means of rendering those possibilities actualities by presenting for your consideration what I shall call the keynote or secret of federations success In the first place all success in the moral intellectual and even physical order as far as men or societies of men are in question depends in great measure upon the knowledge they possess of the end or object sought to be attained You can not discover the successful man in any line of business of the present day and age who has not a thorough knowl edge of his business and of all things that pertain thereto In fact failure in any undertaking is in most cases due to or can be readily traced to ignorance of some details of that undertaking The same principle holds in every walk in life and therefore it applies to religion Why is it that in the past much more so than in the present lecturers and even ministers of the Gospel thought they were working for God when they villlfied the church Why is it that the open and public attacks on the true religion of Christ are not now so frequently heard or read as in the past The only reason that can be assigned is that men and women are not now so ignorant of the church and her teachings as they were in time gone by Still again why is it that some hqld aloof from federation Is it not because they have failed to grasp the real purpose of federationbecause they are in some measure ignorant of its aims In fine ignorance is the foe of all true progress ignorance is the enemy of all real advance and ignorance on the part of our own people as well as those outside the fold is the only real foe that our re ligion has to fear Ignorance therefore is the only real foe to Catholic federation Hence if the federation of Catholic societies is to be the success predicted for it then it follows that the entire body as such and each individual who has at heart the interests of that body must be equipped and thoroughly equipped with every detail of knowledge that renders a member fully conversant with all that federation stands pledged to But there is required besides this what I would call a certain boldness in using the lawful means to attain the end of Catholic federation The world admires the man who has the courage tP come to the front and declare his purposes and assign the reasons for his cause Yea the world admires boldness in the man who advocates even a cause that is unjust and even the criminal by the boldness and fearlessness of his methods will sometimes win applause Oh then if this be true should we not be bold and fearless in championing a cause and re ligion that rests upon the eternal principles of eternal justice Shall we fear to go before the world we who advocate a Cause that is the greatest and grandest a man can enter into and uphold Where fore the second requite in the keynote of federations HICOSM is a manly courage snd fearluiHiM ia asjng every lawful n Q JAMES A ROSS Whole Community Shocked When His Death Was Announced means to attain our ends There is however a third condition to success no less necessary than the two already mentioned and this is a deter mination to succeed Without persist ency in advocating your cause without a strong determination to achieve the knowledge of and fearlessness in reaching out after the objects of federation will be of no avail This determination is necessary to sweep aside every obstacle In federations path to surmount the difficulties that must be encountered in every good cause and to remove the hindrances that will be met with here and there and when least expected and which are calculated to deter a man from all further efforts to success Here then are the means necessary to success They constitute the keynote they form the secret of federations success Let me say in conclusion that I am heart and soul with Catholic federation and that even as it has won by its conservative and successful career the blessing of our Holy Father of most of the Archbishops and Bishops of the country so let me ex press the hope that as federation has succeeded in other States beyond all expectation so may Catholic federation succeed in the old Kentucky home and be a bright gem in the crown of that State that has done so much for Catho licity TEBEAU AS A PROPHET What Our Popular Base Ball Manager Rredlctcd and the Result The Kentucky Irish American has never posed as a prophet in regard to the baseball situation but we desire to call attention to the prediction we made some time since that the Louisville team could not very well develop into pennant win ners under the present management In comparison we desire to call attention to the prediction made by Manager Tebeau during June and loudly heralded forth by the dally sporting writers that his team would be fighting for the pennant flag by July 4 which is not borne out by the present standing they having a hard time holding fourth place Incidentally it might be stated that our castoff Capt Clymer has had the Columbus team in first or second place all season The case of Pitcher Wright has only served to show what we also predicted that Tebeaus hold on the local sporting writers was complete On account of the good form he has been displaying Wright asked for a raise in salary which being refused him he took the great American privilege of quitting The next day all of the sporting writers accused Wright of being conceited etc without hearing his version of the case at all the amateur writer on the Times being a chief offender he exerting himself in that respect so as to curry favor with Tebeau When we hear of the treatment accorded Hart and Swormstedwe do not wonder at any of the players wanting to leave and Dunkle refusing to come to Louisville PROVED FATAL The Rev Father P A OReilly rec tor of St Pauls church Birmingham Ala was thrown from a horse last week while attending the encampment of the Alabama National Guard at Birmingham He was picked up and every attention given him For a few days it was thought his injuries were not serious but his condition grew worse and he died at an early hour Thursday morning Father OReilly was one of the most popular priests in the Mobile diocese and in Birmingham he was a great favor ite with all classes of people WELCOME VISITOR Dr W J McCrann formerly of this city but now of Omaha who has been spending the week with Louisville friends and relatives was a welcome visitor to the Kentucky Irish American office Tuesday Before leaving for the West Dr McCrann was an active and prominent figure in local Irish and Catholic affairs and as he always represents Nebraska at the Hibernian national conventions it is evi dent that his interest in his fellow coun trymen continues His Louisville friends were all glad to again meet him and learn that besides being regarded one of the leading physicians of Nebraska he has amassed a nice fortune receptionnigl1tHIs address to his friends was happy and patriotic and revived pleasant memOries of the pjaat i ARMAGH Cathedral Consecrated With Imposing Ceremonies Last Sunday Most Important Happening Ire land Has Witnessed For Years Lasting Monument to Irish Car dual Bishop Priests and People TOOK SIXTY YEARS FOR ERECTION The solemn consecration and reopening of St Patricks new and magnificent Cathedral the Prematial See of Ireland the most important happening of the Catholic church in the Isle of Saints and Scholars in many years occurred last Sunday with most imposing ceremonies Cardinal Loguc who on that day celebrated the twentyfifth anniversary of his consecration as Bishop of Raphoe offi dated at the ceremony proper while Archbishop Walsh of Dublin pontifi cated at the high mass and Archbishop Healy of Tuam preached the consecra tion sermon Among the distinguished prelates assisting iu the sanctuary were Cardinal Vannutelli who came especially from Rome to represent Plus X Arch bishop Bourne of Westminster and the Bishops of Liverpool Birmingham Ports mouth and Aberdeen together with hundreds of clergymen from every part of j the world the United States Canada and Australia furnishing a very large number The Duke and Duchess of Norfolk and several members of the British nobility also attended the ceremony which surpassed in splendor anything of the kind seen before iu Ireland Sixty years have passed since the foundations of the Cathedral were laid in 1810 by Dr Crolly then Archbishop Under his successor Dr Dixon the workwas continued and a great bazaar given in 1865 cleared more than 35000 and enabled the church authorities to place a roof on the building under the supervision of a young Dublin architect named McCarthy Mr Duff the original architect having died Archbishop Mc Gettigan continued thevworkuittiUa cAugust 1873 he was able solemnly to dedicate the new temple More than one hundred thousand persons attended this ceremony and twenty prelates headed by the late Cardinal Cullen were present In the sanctuary where the preacher for the occasion was the celebrated Domini can orator Rev Thomas Burke famous for his lectures and sermons all over the worldAfter the death of Dr McGettigan in 1887 Monsignor Logue who had been p Coadjutor a few months previously suc ceeded him and set to work to pay off the heavy debt left by his predecessor and finish the building whose interior decorations were of such flimsy character that he ordered them entirely renewed im porting the best ecclesiastical art works from Italy and France In 1893 he was made a Cardinal by the late Pope and this additional dignity enabled him to raise successfully the large sum needed for the work It was not however till the close of the year 1899 that His Eminence judg lug the time ripe for further efforts issued a pastoral letter on the National Cathedral addressed to all the churches in Ireland and was enabled to start the famous and popular National Cathedral bazar which lasted two years and which raised immense sums toward the work of finishing the building In 1901 the Cathedral was closed to worshipers and the decoration of its inte rior was pushed rapidly along until the present time when it was decided to pro ceed to the solemn consecration of the building on the very day on which oc curred the silver jubilee of the Cardinal Primates episcopal consecration It was principally through the untiring efforts of Rev John Quinn now Canon of Magherafelt and of his successor Rev Michael Quinn the present admin istrator that much of the money was raised For four years the work of com- pletIng ti and decorating the interior has been in progress under the supervision and in accordance with the plans of the most eminent architects of Ireland The most skilled artists have been employed in the work with such success that the perfection of the altars mosaics screen pulpit and organ has evoked the admiration of even the most critical visitors The total cost of the building is placed at two million and a half dollars which have been collected allover the world MACKIN COUNCIL President Shelley presided over the meeting of Mackin Council Tuesday night when several applications were received and referred There was only routine business the most important ac tion relating to the approaching election for Grand officers Mackin instructed Its three delegates Frank Adams Fred Herp and Prank Murphy to tryand have George Lautz now holding the office of Grand Secretary elected for another everybodyanxious pietdeatSugar i- r UI wul 4 4 ICEP7TLTOSY IRISH AMERICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMEBKHUl t 11111IIN1111111IINIIIIIN- t noted to tko Moral and Social Advancement of all Irlsfe Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Bntered at the Lottlsvllle postorrlce as Sscoad Class Mutter r Addiefisll COlli mallealloH to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326 West Green SIred TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 30 1904 MATT ODOHERTY FOR JUDGE There is a vacancy in the Com mon Pleas division of the Circuit Court on account of the death of Judge Upton W Muir It is with Gov Beckham to make the appointment Judge Matt ODoherty who has heretofore graced the bench in this court is urged for the vacancy Judge ODoherty declined to accept the position when it was offered to him before because of duties which he considered he owed to his many clients It is understood that he would accept the Judgeship now and his friends are urging his ap pointment Judge ODoherty is a lawyer of distinguished ability aud would grace any position on the bench either as Chancellor or Judge If he is appointed to fill the vacancy it tat s understood Judge ODoherty will be willing to stand for election before the people in November or tl any other time The Kentucky Irish American t Urges the appointment of Judge ODoherty not on account of his r nationality or his religion but on his fitness HONORS FOR GEORGE BUTLER The Ancient Order of Hibernian probably do more charity work than any other Catholic benevolent or ganization in this country The election of Mr George J Butler as 4 one of the Board of Directors of the t national body is a high honor and will do the order a great deal of good in Louisville and Kentucky The reception given in honor of t Mr Butlers election by the local i members of the order and by the Ladies Auxiliary on Thursday night demonstrated in a striking Iaway how highly the A O H in Louisville and vicimity apprechted the action of the national convention Mr Butler is a high class man and stands high in the community as a business man and a citizen ENFORCEMENT THE LAWS Whenever there is a tragedy like that in which R Lee Suter of the Board of Public Safety lost his life while with a crowd of carousing men and women at a fishing camp there is a storm of indignation for a few days and then it is all forgot ten The preachers deliver ser mons from their pulpits and loudly call for reform and the newspapers in opposition to the administration get very indignant for a few days but within a week or ten days the lesson of the tragedy is lost sight of Thereis just as much carrying of concealed deadly weapons now as there was before July 3 when Suter was killed and there are probably as many men of alleged respectability associating with dis reputable women as there ever was Reforms are not accomplished in a day It is not the fault of the city administration that men carry concealed deadly weapons or asso ciate with disreputable women Of course it is the duty of the police department to see that the law pro hibiting the carrying of concealed deadly weapons is enforced but the evil is more deepseated Public sentiment should be aroused against o the practice It should be made odious in the sight of all men for citizens to carry concealed deadly weapons or to openly associate with disreputable women The tragic death of Mr Suter should be a lesson not soon forgot ten and the discussion which the tragedy produced may have a good effect If every man arrested for carrying concealed deadly weapons p punished an the law directs there u 0 v will be fewer murders and homicides in Louisville in the future The officers of the law should see to it that the statute is enforced by the offender being sent to jail for thirty days A few examples would have a salutary effect Judge Mc Cann of the Police Court will re ceive the praise of the entire com munity if he will send every offender- to jail who is convicted in his court of carrying concealed deadly weap ons This he has been doing since the tragedy mentioned above THE FEDERATION The meeting of the Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies in conjunction with the State Federation last Sunday dem onstrated the active interest the Catholic societies of Louisville and Kentucky are taking in the coming meeting of the American Federa tion in Detroit next week The delegates assembled here last Sun day were high class men and lead ing citizens in the Commonwealth The delegates to Detroit are also men of ability and well fitted for the duties they are to perform This meeting of the Federation will be the most important one ever held in this country and Catholic socie ties generally will be interested in the proceedings which will have wide publicity The meeting will do great good to Catholic societies generally TOM TAdQARTS ELECTION The election of Thomas Taggari as Chairmain of the Nationall Democratic Committee is highly pleas ing to his friends not only in In diana but in Kentucky as well Mr Taggart is an Irishman who has worked his way up from an humble position in society to eminence He is a politician of a high order and with him at the head of the Democratic Committee the party will stand a better show of winning than for many years past Chairman Taggart is to be congratulated on his success in win ning over such strong opposition from the East The election of Urey Woodson as Secretary is also a high honor for Kentucky The Western Watchman says the success of the late conference of Catholic colleges seminaries and schools which was held in St Louis was largely due to the hearty and wholesome cooperation of the Jesuits There was a full repre sentation from their colleges and their cooperation consisted of most of the hard work and all the ex penses The whole conference were the guests of the St Louis Uni versity during the three days of their stay and when the honors were passed around they passed The notable feature of the gather ing was the marked respect and good will shown to the Catholic University and its rector This is as it should be We heartily agree with Father Phelan who has this to say in the Western Watchman In his ad dress before the conference of Cath olic colleges and seminaries Arch bishop Glennon said Catholic edu cation suffered two great draw backs One was lack of means and the other want advertising We are not doing all we would like to do for want of money and what we do is not known to the mass of the people and to those who might be induced to assist the cause because we persist in hiding our light under a bushel We are doing all we can to remedy the latter evil Hats off to Hager and Haley heads of the Democratic Committee 1 SOCIETY Mrs M J Doyle and children are home from St Louis Will Haury left Thursday for a ten days visit to the Worlds Fair Misses Birdie and Mary Coady are in St Louis seeing the Worlds Pair Mrs Meta Riley is in Chicago for a two weeks visit with friends andrela tives John Burke was among those from this city registered this week at West Baden Springs Misses Anna and Gertrude Dowling spent a delightful week with relatives at Fairfield Misses Emma Gensler and Emma Wachtel leave Monday for a visit to the Worlds Fair Will Norton the wellknown traveling salesman spent the first part of the week at West Baden Mrs Matt ODoherty and Miss Kath leen Ewing will leave next week for Grayson Springs Miss Mary Boland of New Albany will leave Monday for Pittsbutg to visit relatives for a mouth Misses Clara and Ruth OConnor were two of this weeks most attractive visitors at West Baden Springs Miss Maggie Congbliu left Monday to spend two weeks visiting friends in St Louis and the Worlds Fair Mr and Mrs Horace McPhie have re turned home after a delightful trip to New York and Atlantic City John J Shelley of the Kentucky wagon works is enjoying a ten days vacation at West Baden Springs Miss Beezie Hannon and Miss Mollie Collins sail today for Europe and will spend most of the summer in Paris Miss Maggie Judge aud niece Miss Cross have returned from St Louis after spending two weeks at the Exposition Madame Grunder and Miss Annie Mc Gill sailed last Saturday for Europe They go direct to London and later will visit Parts Miss Lillian Burke the pretty and accomplished daughter of Lieut Edward Burke left Tuesday for an extended visit with friends at Hopklnsvllle John Cassllly entertained number of friends nt his home Thursday evening After a pleasant hour an elegant supper was served by his amiable wife Michael T Callahan the well known salesman is visiting in St Louis as the guest of his sister Mrs John Tierney and Is seeing the Worlds Fair during his stay Mrs Liza Jamison widow of the late Jack Jamison and aunt of James A Ross who died last Saturday morning is dan gerously ill at her home 619 West St Catherine street MMiss Abbie Walton of Chicago MiSs Mary Corcoran and Miss Cynthia Web ster of Covington were visiting here the past week as the guests of Mr and Mrs William Chawk of 1114 Sixth street Patrick T Sullivan arrived home Tues day from St Louis where he was a dele gate to the Hibernian convention Wbiii in the Worlds Fair city he visited many relatives whom he hal never before seen Mrs Philip McGovern wife of the well known letter carrier is expected home the first of next week from New York City where she has been having an enjoyable visit with friends and relatives Mr and Mrs Lawrence J Mackey of West Market street have just returnee home from a most delightful trip to St Louis and the Worlds Fair They also attended the sessions of the Hibernian national convention County Clerk Will Semonin and his charming wife entertained a number of their city friends Tuesday evening at their country home Mrs Semonin is a charming hostess and dispensed the favors most graciously Ben Meyers Arthur Stern Henry John ston and John Kinberger will leave next Thursday for Atlantic City where they will remain for ten days After their sojourn there they expect to visit New York Washington and Philadelphia Mr and Mrs Pat FJlbnrn Mr and Mrs John Kenefick Carrie and Mamie Swift Mamie Ryan Bridget and Mary Kelly Thomas Mnel and Will Ryder spent Saturday and Sunday in Jefferson town as the guests of Mr and Mrs Jos Ricketts Miss Mary A McGinn who conducts the shoe parlor in the CourierJournal building fell and sprained her ankle Tuesday evening at Fifth and Green streets The injury is quite painful and Miss McGinn will be unable to work for some time Col M J Winn of the Board of Pub lic Safety has been wearing a broad smile the pat few days and receiving many congratulations upon the arrival of another pretty girl baby at his home The handsome and young looking Colonel is now the happy father of nine children George Huckeby formerly with Patrick Donnelly at Seventeenth and Bank streets arrived home Tuesday morning after spending two months prospecting in Arizona Hesays the talk about fortunes easily made there fo all a myth and here after old Kentucky will be good enough fOl him Little Miss Susie Connelly of the Highlands entertained her juvenile rieadfl Sunday afteraoea iIB honor of her w dl 1 c r seventh birthday and the occasion Was hospitalitywere Misses Helen Winkler Eya Forster Mary Lee Cullen Margaret Evylln Caro line Noll Margaret Connelly Mary Mul laney Susie and Martine Connelly Masters Martin Mnllaney Brown Cullen Arthur Graser Fred Miller and Karl Myers GEORGE BUTLER Given Rousing Reception by Local Hibernians Thursday Night The Hibernians of Louisville men and women thronged Hibernian Hall Thurs day night to do bong to George J But ler who wBSllest Saturday elected a member of the National Board of Direct ors of the Ancient Order of Hibernians during the greatest Irish convention that was ever held In the United States There was indeed a brilliant assemblage when Thomas Keenan Kentuckys State President announced the purpose for which they were thereto share the honor and express their delight over the election of the State Secretary to the national body County President Patrick Sullivan who placed Kentuckys son in nomina tion was then introduced Words could not express his anxiety he said while the vote was being counted and when the result was announced his joy was unbounded While Kentucky had not as large a delegation as other States none received more attention while on the floor of the convention than did her rep resentatives They bad pledged them selves to double the membership within two years and be therefore closed with an earnest plea for the assistance of all friends of the order He eulogized the work of the convention the official pro ceedings of which will soon be issued Mrs Lawrence J Mackey who repre sented the Ladles Auxiliary expressed herself as greatly impressed with all that transpired at the convention She was shown special honors by the New Hampshire delegation and attended all the sessions Her story of the banquet and the doings of McGinn Keenau Sullivan Cusick and her husband created much laughter Her address was one of the hits of the evening Miss Julia Kelly next rendered a vocal solo that was well received as did also Thomas Keenan Jr and Willie OKeefe Mrs A N Cunninghams rendition of Irish selections on the piano created un bounded enthusiasm and proved a feature of the evening Others j who expressed themselves happy to congratulate the National Di rector were State Secretary Joe McGinn James Barry James Coleman Newton G Rogers Tom Dolan William M Higgins Dr W J Mc rann David OConnell and Dr Mich Casper Before the introduction of the National Director Mrs Genevieve OConnor gave one of the best recitations ever heard in the hall holding her hearers spellbound until the last word had been uttered The Bppeararice of Mr Butler was the signal for a tremendous outburst of applause which lasted some time When he left home be said he only desired the reelection of President James Dolan and Treasurer OBrien but it would be folly to say that he did not appreciate from the bottom of His heart the high honor con ferred on him His election was due in a great measure to the earnest efforts of ex Director OConnor of Georgia and the work of Messrs Patrick Sullivan Joe McGinn and Martin Cusick Mr Butler declared he had entered actively upon his duties and pledged himself to render a good account when his term expiredAltogether the occasion was a most happy one It is believed that it will inaugurate a renewed life In the order and that the pledges made will be faith fully kept An abundance of light refreshments were served during the evening and cigars were distributed before the ad journment SALESMEN Will Take Their Friends On a Pleasant Outing to Jasper The Salesmens Union of this city has made extensive preparations for their excursion to Jasper Ind and a days outing on Calumet Lake which takes place on Sunday August 7 This excur sion will be on the order of those given by the Catholic Knights of America and the Knights of St John during the two last years This will be the only one given this season therefore those of our readers who desire to see the St Josephs church about the magnitude and beauty of which so much has been written should embrace this opportunity the round trip fare being only a dollar At the lake a bountiful dinner will be served and ample arrangements have been made for the proper entertainment of a large crowd The salesmen are popular with all classes therefor they have reason to hope this will be the best and most successful excursion of the year They will leave the Seventhstreet deput on a special train at 730 in the morning and arrive home at a seasonable hour SEES TilE PAIR Charles Weitcenberger head of Bacons dvertlslng department left Thursday for- St Louis and the Worlds Fair where he will spend his vacation after a busy and strenuous season of work Before returning he will visit one of the rest resorts for a week- KNIONTS OF COLUMBUS The Louisville Council of the Knights off Columbaa will hold the annual comp pllmc1taryreuiieof members and their wives sweethearts and friends at Park Grove 6a y August 9 The U Itc f t Caseyo look forward to this event with no little interest as a jolly good time isI prepared for those so fortunate as to be invited to be with them The boat will leave the wharf at 830 in the morning XAVERIAN BROTHERS Are Visited by Their Superior General and Provincial General Brother James and the Xaverian Brothers have with them at St Xaviers College on East Broadway a dittin guished visitor in the person of Rev Brother Chrysostum Superior General of the Congregations of the Xaverlai Brotherhoods throughout the world The Superior General arrived here Tuesday with Rev Brother Dominick Provincial General in this country with headquar ters in Baltimore Brother Chrysostum comes from Bruges Belgium and is on a tour of inspection of the American col leges conducted by the Xaverlan order ofwhich there are hundreds extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific and of which St Xaviers in this city is one of the best Brother Dominick will accom pany the Superior General on his American tour which will not be completed for several months The visitors ex pressed themselves highly pleased with their college in Louisville and spoke highly of Brother James and his assist ants and their management LAFAYETTE COUNCIL Hustling For the Presidency- of the Kentucky Jurisdiction A special to the Kentucky Irish American says Lafayette Council Y M I is doing some lively hustling just nqw At the Grand Council to be held at Lexing ton they intend capturing the office of Grand President of the Kentucky Juris diction Since the organization of the Kentucky Jurisdiction Newport has not had the honor The members of Lafayette claim they have a man capable in every way for the Presidency one who has served the Grand Council three years been Presi dent of their council two years and is a charter member He is Dr Joseph A Reardon First Vice President of the Grand Council who is known through out the State as a representative Catho lic a professional man of ability and one to whom the Y M I will be proud to point as their leader MADE A PRIEST Rev Andrew Brady Ordained by Bishop McCloskey- at Cathedral The Rev Andrew Brady nephew ot Rev Father Brady of St Cecilias was ordained at the Cathedral last Monday morning The impressive ceremony was conducted by the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey assisted by Vicar General Cronin and Rev Dr Schubmanu Father Brady is a graduate of Bishop McQualds seminary at Rochester and is a young priest of great promise Following the ordination a reception was held in the rectory of the Cathedral where many friends called to congratu late him Father Brady has been given a charge out in the State RECENT DEATHS Cornelius McDonogh sixtythree years old died Thursday morning at his home 1918 Todd street He was a native of Ireland but many years ago came to Lou isville locating In the West End The funeral will take place this morning from St Patricks church The funeral of Florence Elizabeth Infant daughter of Frank and Emma Bloemer of Seventeenth and Gallagher streets took place Monday afternoon The most sincere sympathy is felt for the bereaved parents by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances Solemn services marked the funeral of Mrs Christina Wessels last Tuesday morning at St Marys church where for years she bad been a pious and devout communicant Mrs Wessels was well known and highly respected in the West End where she had lived for many years The news of her death was received with expressions of profound sorrow She is survived by one daughter Mrs Henry Nadorif The numerous friends of Albert F Senn son of Frank and Cecilia Senn 1916 Fifteenth street learned of his death last Sunday night with feelings of pro found sorrow as his sterling traits of character were recognized in both busi ness and social circles Deceased was only twentyone years old and the future held forth bright prospects His funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Peters church the Interment being in St Michaels cemetery Mrs Bridget Moran widow of Michael Moran an old and highly esteemed resident of New Albany was stricken with paralysis Monday morning at the home of her daughter Mrs Edward Lee 1215 Deweystreet The stroke was quickly evenIIngold and leaves four children Detective Edward Moran of this city Mrs Daniel Walsh Mrs Edward Lee and Mrs Mag gie Hopkins of New Albany Deceased was a devout member of Holy Trinity Catholic Church where the funeral serv Ices were largely attended Wednesday morning Rev Father Kelly celebrating the solemn mass of requiem EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE President Clark authorizes the Kentucky Irish American to announce the ppotatmeat of the following gentlemen es BMtftbers of the State Executive Com mittee of the Federation of Catholic Sod elves James B Kelly of Louisville Chairman Leo Hayden of Paducah Patrick T Sullivan of Louisville Gerald Connolly of Newport Michael Reichert of Louisville and F W Clark Jr of Paducah There yet remains one more to be appointed and the honor will probably go to Marion county RECONCILIATION Has Been Effected Bctween Rival Central Labor Bodies The senseless fight that has existed for ten years or more between the various factions in the labor mqvement is thought now to be at an end a reconciliation having been effected at a meeting held Monday night By the terms of the agreement the disturbers of the past will be ineligible to membership and only bona fide labor organizations and dele gates working at their trades will be recognized If this agreement is faith fully carried out there will be no further disunion The union of the factions was based on the suggestions of John Len non and Thomas Tracy who were here representing the American Federation of Labor Thenewbody which will be known as the Louisville Federation of Labor at once decided to celebrate the settlement of differences by having a big Labor day parade and picnic of all the unions on Monday September 5 It is now ex pected that all labor organizations will affiliate with the Federation and this means the extermination of the politico vest pocket organization delegates who are a bane and injury to the labor move ment With half the effort that has been wasted In fighting put forth for organiza tion Louisville labor would have ad vanced to a marked degree VATICAN REPLIES The Holy Father Will Not Agree to Demands of France A Rome cablegram says that accord ing to the Patria an answer to the French Government with regard to the relations between it and the Vatican has been formulated at a meeting of the Cardinals This answer which will be sent to For eign Minister Delcasse says that the Pope can not agree to the demands of the French Government without surrendering the Papal rights The Italia says that as soon as the answer reaches Minister Del casse the Pope will address a circular to all the Catholic Powers fully explaining the situation Under date of July 27 the Associated Press says the reply of the Holy See to the last note of the French Government was handed to the French representative there yesterday and Is now on Its way to Paris where it is expected to arrive tomorrow evening Although there are many conjectures as to the nature of the reply nothing official regarding it has been given out- TAKES ITALIAN BRIDE News reached this city Tuesday that Antonio Montedonico one of Louisvilles wealthiest and best known Italians who has been visiting his native land for six weeks bad taken unto himself another bride The couple had left for this country and are expected to arrive in Louisville next week OeTS GOOD PLACE Frank Martin who just graduated from St Johns school under the supervision of Very Rev Father Bax has been given a place as record clerk with the Louis yule Nashville at Ninth and Broadway He is a promising boy and his father I Albert F Martin very justly feels proud of him TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council Y M I held an unimportant meeting Monday night though there was an unusually large attendance of members Application were received and reports heard from those interested in the special trip to Lexington next month HINTS ON STYLE Accordion plaited gowns continue i demand for evening wear and are especially in demand for young girls The variety and the number of shep herds plaid walking costumes especially In blaek and white are fairly bewilder ingOne of the peculiarities of the summer coats is that most of them have their sleeves lined with taffeta but the other parts of the coat are left unlined The subdued and dull plaids andchecks of which a few only have been seen here are distinctly Parisian and have been much worn by fashionable Frenchwomen The new mohairs show plaid an well as striped effects and the plalding is done Iin the waiving and not by the admixture of another color Black blue and brown are the hues most fashionable Many of them have long skirted coats and vests of suede pique or silk A new green in materials for autumn and winter frocks Is much like hunt rs8 green only several shades lighter The darker shades art to have the preference and in these the browns navys grays and this new green will be favorites As to the materials themselves broadcloth zibelines prunellascashmeres jacquards voiles crepes and eollenneo are being ordered in quantities Advance notes from Paris indicate that monotones are to be the coming things in gown materials and that the accesor ies will be in different shades of the color adopted for the costumes In millinery the deeper shade of the three or five colors selected for the hat corresponds to color of the material chosen for the gown foundation This is the rule for the very exclusive and in time affects the general gown weaiIng public o u o n 0 t JOCKEY CLUB PARK One Week Beginning Monday Aug i- CREATOR13AND ills ITALIAN BAND SOLOIST SlgnorSodero Harp Every evening next week at 815 SundaySeatsPrices 25 and 50 cents Mondays Features Wm Tell and Carmen TODAY AND TOMORROW natlnee and Evening If ASK ELLS INDIAN BAND ACCIDENTIAs 1 happens where DIAMOND WALL PLASTER i is used Kentucky Wall Plaster Co Incorporated TELEPHONE 2207 Brook and River Louisville Ky COAL100 Bushels Pittsburg First Pool 1300 100 Bushels Pittsburg Fourth Pool 1200 Pittsburg 1st Pool 325 Pittsburg 4th Pool 300 Jalllco 300 Laurel 300 Coal is freshly mined and well screened t JOS DOUGHERTYHo- me Phone 2S6 1416 West Broadway P T ARCHER Out Door and Flash Light- Photography Home Phone 5709 Room 44 Courier Journal Building Summer styles have arrived In Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas MONSIGNOR FALCONIO Aposfqlic Delegate on Ills Way Back to the United States Monsignor Falconlo sailed last Saturn day on the steamer Sardegna for the United States on his return from vaca tion says a Rome cablegram A number of Roman prelates accompanied him to Naples bidding him farewell and ex pressing the hope that the next time he visits Italy it may be to be invested with thenexdelegates stay in Rome many Impor tant matters relating to the church in America have been settled and be Is the bearer of the bulls of nomination of several new bishops among them the bishop of Helena Mont and the new coadjutor for Boston His own powers over the church in America have been greatly enlarged many of his faculties being bet ter defined so as to avoid the friction and misunderstandings with the bishops which have heretofore arisen GOOD WOMAN GONE Mrs Kate Sbanley the aged and revered mother of Messrs Richard Daniel Thomas and James Shanley and Mrs C E Warrell passed peacefully to her eternalreward Thursday evening after a lingering illness borne with Christian fortitude Mrs Shanley was seventy eight years of age and was the widow of James Shanley who was Postmaster of Fairfield for twenty five years She re moved here two years ago from Bards town in order to be with her children Mrs Shanley was a devout Catholic being a regular attendant at the Cathe dral and her charitable acts were done with a modestv that endeared her to all her associates Tbe funeral arrangements had not been nfe when this was writ ten WILL MAKE GOOD Thomas Dolan formerly Secretary and afterward President of Division 1 A O H has been elected Financial Secretary of the Stationary Engineers Association Tom Isa hustler dlt will not be his fault if the treasury dose not swell L 1 TTTi I1NTUOKY SH RJOANr I P tfANNON MJJ BANNONT ROBT BURRELL P BANNON JR President Vice Pres Gen Mgr Secretary Treasurer Kentucky Iriiied Brick Co s INCORPORATED Mcinu4atoturor of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK 4FORSTREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W Jefferson St Works Magnolia Are Bet 9th and 10th TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 I FAL SMITH Proprietor I Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Noti- ceSTREET I 700 WEST WALNUT TELEPHONE 810 MIJ MMHMMM STRAUBJBOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS crrl STREETShort1MHH MMI SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE e IQIoUUPOust o utwn b 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 Presid and General Manager DRINK H ru WhiSKU BOTTLED BY HENRY C LAUER 407 East Jefferson Street TELEPHONE 114 Worlds Fair Short Line SOUtn6rn RaUwau FORTYTHREE MILES THE SHORTEST FASTEST AND BEST TO THE WOODS FAIRLOOK AT THE SCHEDULE PaveStman sleepers through Southern railway standard dining car Louiscoachescomplete Leave Louisville 1015 polidthrough arrive St Louis 732 a m S drawingroomchair cars All trains make close con nection in Union Station at St Louis with Wabash suburban service direct to the Worlds Fairgrounds ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES FROM LOUISVILLE 13 good returning until December 15 1904 11 good returning in sixty days 10 good returning in fifteen days Tickets will be on sale daily at the above rates 7 coach excursion tickets on sale every Tuesday and Thursday in July August and September good reo turning seven day P E Carr City Passenger and Ticket Agent 234 Fourth avenue Louisville Depot Ticket Agent Seventh AICrone C H Hunger fort District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth avenue Louisville G B Allen Assistant General Passenger Agent St Louis BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago AND ALL POINTS iW INDIANA and MICHIGAN Clevelandd1 Buffalo New York Boston AND ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished on BigboyarSG41t i Geal Agent Passenger At LealsvillKy- n n I a CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jeflerson Si Both Telephones 10SO 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 PfIfR M ANDRWI 8SONS WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST EUCHRE AND DANCE regularmeetingments to give a euchre and dance at Phoenix Hill Park Tuesday evening August 9 and the drawing of prizes on the tickets for the late picnic at Fern Grove will be held at the same time Henry Lammers and H B Halskamp were reported still on the sick list The officers of Trinity Council are endeavoring to have a banner crowd at the Lex ington convention August 21 10 MICHIGAN AND RETURN 10 Via Monon route and steamer Manitou to Mackinac Petoskey Harbor Spring Bay View and Cbarlevbix The Monon route will sell tickets from Louisville to the above delightful resorts in on Wednesday August 17 via Chicog- and the magnificent steelsteamship Manitou which will be good returnin fifteen days Berths and meals on the Manitou extra former from 1 to j2 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 equalFor reservations and further Information address E H Bacon D P A Monon Route Louis vide Ky flmlliUmmllll H SPEAkING OF 1Ii1I1UmmMilmlMlHIII4m1U PRINTING IGIVE US A TRIAL ORDER 1 ii Dance Invitations II Wedding Invitations g Note and Bill Heads ITickets Etc IFIOME PHONE DO Kentucky Irish American ISJ2O 7tTI3i6T QRIL1 T BTREI7 SRAlN67i liwmmmmmmmm Iii1ijImmill1 Hmmmmm IRELAND Record of the lost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Dr Biggs a well known educationalist was drowned at Ennlskillen Gaelic students will be glad to learn that it is proposed to issue a series of reproductions of Irish manuscripts in the Bodleian Library- In opening the County Clare summer assizes at Ennis Justice Gibson in charging the jury referred to the marked in crease of crime in the county during the past six months At the Potrush decorative art exhibit Sir Horace Plunkett delivered a speech recommending drawing on the old Celtic design to make modern Irish products distinctively characteristic of the coun tryThe Munster Training College which is intended for the preparation of national teachers who are native Irish speakers as teachers of the Irish lan guage has been formally opened at Bal lingeary County Cork The number of entries at the annual show under the auspices of the Armagh Agricultural Association was the largest on record and the show was the best that has ever taken place A very suc cessful show was also held at Thurles At the Galway quarter sessions de crees for rent were granted against a number of tenants on the Kilmacdaugh estate of Walter Shawe Taylor whose eldest son Capt John Shawe Taylor was Secretary of the Laud Conference The recent Limerick Industrial exhi bition opened by the Mayor is a notable achievement of the Limerick Industrial Association formed a couple of years ago for the support ofIrish industries Forty nine various Limerick products were on show At the Clare assizes John Walsh was charged with the murder of John Behan at Doonbeg during a quarrel Behan dying from the effects of kicks He was found guilty of manslaughter and sentenced to twelve months imprison ment with hard labor A young man named John OConnell whilst cycling along a public road be tween Fealesbridge and Brosna County Kerry was suddenly set upon by a dog which came in contact with the machine precipitating the rider head foremost on the road where he lay for a considerable time unconscious The machine was partially broken and the rider received a nasty wound on the head Information has been received from Rome of the appointment of Very Rev M Fogarty DD Vice President of St Patricks College Maynooth to the vacant See of Killaloe The new Bishop elect was a dignisslmus on the list of three names chosen by the parish priests of the diocese for submission to the Holy See Dr Fogarty is still in the prime of life He is another addition to the ranks of the young Irish Bishops who are still within the zone of the energetic forties Martin Reilly of Galway one of the last of the old Irish of traditional pipers was buried recently This old man of seventyfour years waa a marvelous per former on the pipes and fingering phe nomenal From his master and name sake he picked up Gandseys method of playing for Gandsev was very prime among pipers whose playing elicited the warmest admiration from all visitors to Killaruey during the first half of the last century Not many who heard Reilly give the Fox Chase were aware that he reproduced Gandseys effects with marvelous fidelity but Gandsey himself learned this glorious piece of pro gramme music from Edward Keating Hyland in 1820 Hyland died in 1845 but Gandseysurvived until 1857 In his ninetieth year The greatest of the school of Galway pipers was Paddy Con eely who was presented with Crumps magnificent pipes by James Hardman the historian of Galway HAND BADLY HURT Sister Harmonia Mother Superior of St Edwards Hospital New Albany sus tained a painful mashed hand Tuesday She was operating a washing machine in the wash room of the hospital and acci dentally let her hand get caught in the cogs of the rollers The member was drawn into the machine up to the wrist theolittle finger pulled from the hand The dressedgthe injured member and though suffer ing much pain Sister Harmonia has hopes that she will soon recover its use RETURNS TO SEYMOUR Rev Fattier Connor rector of St Am broee church at Seymour Ind who tau been visiting Rev IF Hildebrand at tie rectory of St MarysoftheXnoH 0- a u JOB Dodgers near New Albany will today return to his charge His visit was a pleasant one andafforded him much needed res- tVINCI3NTIANS CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE last judgemnt He will say to those on His right Come to Me you blessed for when I was hungry you gave Me to eat when I was naked you clothed Me when I was in prison you visited Me and these chosen ones will say Lord when did we give Thee to eat and when did we clothe Thee when did we give Thee to drink when did we visit Thee And Jesus will say So long as you did it to the least of My humble ones you did it to Me Enter into eternal life II This is the truth that I wish to convey You may go on a silent Visit to some poor family and you may give them an alms but it is not the poor man whom you are visiting or to whom you are giving the alms it is to Jesus Christ himself who values that more than if you had given thousands of dollars He loves the humble and the lowly Therefore be of good cheer my brothers and persevere to the end It will be an unfortunate day ifi anyone of you depart from your loyalty to the St Vincent de Paul Society I say to you once more solemnly and I may say by prophecy If you will pardon me for using the word it will be an un fortunate day for any one of us if as Vine centians we have taken hold of the plow and stop to look back Live a Vincentian and die in the brotherhood of St Vincent de Paul whatever may hap pen to you You mad become unfortu nate you may go astray but hold fast to the society Be in it in spirit even though you have no brothers around you and can not attend the meetings Go out on the street and even if you have not a nickle in your pocket give a kind word pn encouraging word a crust of bread but whatever you do be true to the society and any one who is true to the society will never be lost I promise it to you here in the presence of the All Holy that this society will bring to your selves to your families sevenfold reward in this world anaa holy and happy deathAnd now be refreshed take the Body of Jesus Christ for whom you visit here this morning Some of you have come a long distance and under great inconvenience Offer up that sacrifice to Him for you have done it for Him He will delight your hearts will rouse your hearts and animate your hearts He will give you new life new love new spirit He will make you better fathers and brothers in every respect You will go from here gladsome and rejoicing You will go the friends of God the friends of Jesus Christ After having been re freshed by the body of Jesus and His sacred blood then put on the joy of Jesus Christ and give Him thanks Go out stand under those tents and drink a cup of coffee Consider yourselves as poor men and give it to yourselves as poor men commune with one another be brothers in spirit and brothers in God and may God bless yon all and your holy communionThe meeting was held in St Francis Hall in the afternoon and was graced by the presence of Right Rev Bishop McCloskey and Father Rock both of whom addressed the followers of St Vincent de Paul of whom there were about 500 present WINNERS At Combination Drawing For Benefit or St Georaes- Church Herewith we give the names of the prizes and the lucky winners at the com bination drawing for the benefit of St Georges church heldon Wednesday of last week Sewing machine Agnes Peak 1778 Dnmesnil street- Chatelaine watch Arthur Davis 2214 Standardavenue Chiffonier Mary Miller 2116 Olmstead avenueMantel clock JohnHengemeble 1820 Orsmby avenue Axminster rug Bea Sandmann 101 feast Jefferson street = Puff quilt Peter Nichter 1433 Hull streetCrayon portrait Mrs J Schneider 1546 Ormsby avenue Load of Straight Creek coal J Burge 2721 Magazine street i Case of wine j Ott 817 East Madison street x Fruit set Mrs M Schmidt 1872 Wil son street Jardiniere Simon Reis 1850 Dumesnil streetBarrel of flour Bea Capinger 1526 Coral avenue T Umbrella F Wage1008 lttonstreet ShivelyXySofa pillow RotJMjGoiMiaaa 1607 GallAgher street jv n o HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Milwaukee now has 620 members of the order Next comes the State convention Then let us have a field day Division 1 of Bayonne N J will soon celebrate the attainment of a membership of 200Kentucky Hibernians are elated over the election of President Dolan and Treasurer OBrien At a meeting held recently at Borden town N J the degrees were conferred upon thirtyfour candidates The national convention donated 2000 to the Gaelic League to be used in forwarding the Irish language move ment State President Keenan State Treas urer Butler and James Barry were given a cordial welcome Tuesday night and each had to tell about the national con ventionThe body didthe right thingin continuing P J Halligan at the head of the National Hibernian He should be kept there and be better paid for his invaluable services Rev Father Larkin pastor of St representativeoftional convention There were also many other priest delegates Mike Tynan Peter Cusick Joe Dough erty and young Tom Keenan were in their places Tuesday night at the meeting of Division 1 John L Sullivan was again reported on the sick list The changes in the laws will not be published until the arrival of the new constitutions The most important was that relating to the election of State officers which must take place yearly hereafterAt last regular meeting of the County Board held in Cincinnati Michael J Barry County President was indorsed for the State Presidency of Ohio The convention will be held in Youngstown in AugustAttorney Tom Walsh speaking of the national convention said we have ample reason to feel proud of our own We run on like the brook forever and in crease in numbers finance and power as time goes on- Wilkesbarre II members of the order are deeply interested in the project adopted by the Lackawanna County Board to provide an insurance fund to furnish not only ample investment policies but also to give care to the old and infirm mem bersState President Jerry Sullivan expects a large attendance at the State conven tion to be held at Sioux City the latter part of September as considerable work has been done in the past year in organ izing divisions in the principal towns and Irish settlements of Iowa CATHOLIC KNIGHTS People Arranging For Their Great Worlds Pall Excursion Already large numbers of people have begun preparations for the Catholic Knights great Worlds Fair excursion to St Louis Charles Hill sold the first ticket which was purchased by Thomas Feeley The committee meets weekly and the reports received are very encour aging Much advertising has been are ranged for and the bill and cards will be soon seen everywhere The trip will be the cheapest of the year only 15 for railroad fare and hotel bill BASKET PICNIC All that Is needed is fair weather Tuesday next and a big crowd will accom pany Mackin Council to Sugar Grove for an oldfashioned basket picnic There will be various kinds of amusements and a reunion of the old and young friends of the council The steamer Sunshine has been chartered and will leave the Port latd wharf at 9 oclock in the morning Charles Raldy and an able committee will be in charge They hope to realize a nice sum to be used for furnishings for the new club house S BENTON HARBOR AND RETURN JS Via Big Four route Train leaves Seventhstreet depot Monday August 8 at 8 oclock a mGet tickets at city ticket office 259 Fourth avenue and at depot S J Gates General Agent IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered by the liesdersea Rente Between Ufttavllte sad St Lenin Commencing Sunday June 36 Ken tuckys popular line the Henderson route will inaugurate a safe and fast day service between Louisville and St L- ouisi PABST BEER PUREiBrewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged I IrEEPHONE Fourteenth 153t3D and Jefferson Sts DRINK earJai1 BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BREVrING Cio AN3IN- OORPORATEDTELEPHONE 4B2 LOLiXe 7ILL1D KY ICumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 1 rHEr Geo WiedemannBREWING COMPANY Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Soldat all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber and Deuser Managers Louisville Ky S ASK FOR Otto Brewerys Cream Beer DIERSEN BROS Proprietors ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE Telephone 1137 JOHN F OERTELBUTC- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN E FRANK r WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY MMMMMHMt t ++++++++++++++++++++ FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES Ali KOliE3345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS t +4 + 4444+ 1+4+ 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 promptly BOTH PHONES 1677 OFFICE 652 FIFTH STREET LDBAXFUNERAL AND EMBALMER r CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone 3360 700 E Chestnut Street Both Phones 1180 Established 1863 JOHN 8B1RATTERMAN Successor to Mrs Geo Ralterman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions Alljcalls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST in each direction and will improve the time and equipment generally of all trains between these points Three daily trains will be operated in each direction on the following safe schedules Louisville and St Louis betweenI Leave Louisville 830 a m 9 p 7 a m arrive St Louis 616 p m 720 a m and 616 p m Theequipment is brand new just from the shops of the most modern vestibule pattern and is as fine as on any train operating in or out of Kentucky The 830 a nj train through without change of cars will be composed of Pullman observation parlor cars free reclining chair cars dining cars and high backseat passenger coaches The 9 p m train through without change of cars will con gist of Pullman sleeping cars free reclining chair cars and high back seat passenger coaches The dining cars on day trains will serve meals a la caite you getAll and arrive in the Seventhstreet Union depot Louis ville arriying 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 GCnnnlngham Traveling Passenger Agent SW6 North Broadway St Louis Q Ptyoepix fill par Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics SocialsOutings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the van 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 5O TO Pioneer Bottling House FOR STRAIGHT WHISKIES BIG JUG AT DOOR J P DANJ913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Station 1 HERRMANN BROS J IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tuckyAWhiskies especially PEARl OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES UQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch 3QtoI 442 ST QRI131I Mor D TJJWT2ca y = =sx3 Ai RICA ttJttttSPECIAL SUIT SALE 800 Regular 750 and 10 Suits for this week only 49Oc c See them meansiENRICH tQ CO 1 1t+ + + + + + + + + + + + f and + 319 TO 320 WEST JEFFeRSON ST t ++ t t It ItH It + It It It HHMtIt M HIM FOR GOODNESS SAKE There is no Like Mother Used to Make except 4 MOTHERS BREAD I g- 3 STREET H Clothiers Hatters Furnishers tt tt MHMtHtH other +lllHllHH + I 1 TEAI sell the best brands of Teaand for less money than any other Louisville dealer Some l thing specially nice for tea is my 1Lb Package Special at t Phono tTrJa1 Order f MULLOY 450 COFFEE tROASTER + Home Phone 1313 QJ14 W tARKEr e3TRIOIOT- Tt tH1 1111 11 H 1 L I 1 11+1 I 1 F 1111111 JuIH 1 + 11 1 111 H H x PIANO BARGAINS The best ever offered ate to be had while our GREAT ALTERATION SALE continues Why do we advertise such great reductions Simply because it is greater economy for us to make this big sacrifice and dispose of a large stock of pianos before the work of laying our new floor begins than to store the goods and thus handle them twice take chances on having something damaged and then have to make the sacrifice Take our advice Call at our store this week and make your selectionyou will never regret I- tIRRESISTIBLEI I PRICES New Planoi 5125 and Upward worth twice the money MontenegroRiehm Music Co OO8O3O XOIT12TI3 AVENUE GAS RANGES ON We dont sell ranges BUT If you purchase one from your own stove dealer we will arrange so that you can pay for it on EASY TRIMS iJ KentuckyHeatingCo Telephono ItSLi 111II11111111111111111111 HH4t+1- fPSRAYcCO r 1 Fin6 Carriages 230232 W MAIN LOUISVILLE KY + It It It It HIIMMMMMMH ICE EASY- TER lS t to6SPPfICER ledaaaatarmA Fspert f Fot Good Employ and Sutcea st GALL Oa want FOR VUL1 INFORMATION V UaDtl IHIIW enrrtt AN- Dlmtflers LOUISYIILEKYIn s College RJL TheBiaUIeyOei PrBBBBMtnifarlurarsBlan gon BINDER RNraenlsa r tM RUIJllewrKtrrKtMllelc1 TwewrMe +aediaRMonteetgigtreehlnss BOOKSILLERSCor ThIrd aft ar1ft Sts ff- F LOUiSvttLE KYe OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE Louis Wabnitz Co ProPrietor tWOL01JIS k f 339 FIFTH ST8 j a U Q OOt 000000 ee J BACON SONS Clearing Prices on Wash PetticoatsWash Petticoatsmade of good I Plata or Striped Wash Petticoats I Gingham or Chambray Petti quality Gingham plllin or striped full Finer grade of Gingham medium coatsPlain extra good skirt with deep flotnce regular 76e and dark effects made fun with width deep flouncecave two raffles 8eclearanceonlyonly v Clearing Prices on ChildrensI DressesChildrens Percale Dresses A Childrens Percale Dresses Childrens Percale or Chambray variety of pretty styles nicely trim Made of a fine grade Percale in styles DressesMothers if you wish to med and neatly sewed regular 76cval that please mothers Naked material economize on your childrens clothing 8isClast gone All Summer Footwear Selling at Less Than Cost This is an unrestricted sale of Footwear We have reduced the prices on all dependable Footwear which includes the latest novelties in Tans Nothing to be reserved Orders were given to clear the shelves and sell we must Why not take advantage of these extra ordinary reductions You may not be in immediate need for themthe savings are to great to be overlooked Ladies Low Cats Made of either Patent Coltor Kid Tan Low Cuts Gibson mud Blucher ties also Kid 8todayf 1 gain at i Tan Low Cats Patent Colt and Kid Leather regu 350 and 400 Tan Low CutsPatent Kid and larly sold for 250j today we fit you Cf Kid Leathers the finest and most CP up with a pair of these uptodate low 11 48Vicindable low shoe made on sale 2 24shoes for P at the special price 0 MOURN HIS DEATH James A Ross Stricken While Performing Work of Mercy With feelings of sincere sorrow the Kentucky Irish American chronicles the death of one of its most earnest friends and advocates James A Ross who was stricken while in the performance of one of the works of mercy burying the dead On returning home on Wednesday of last week from the funeral of his friend Michael Grogan he complained of feel ing ill and continued to grow worse until Saturday morning when his soul passed peacefully away James 2 Ross came to this country twentytwo years ago when but a mere boy He hailed from the County Longford the home of Oliver Goldsmith one of the dearest and brightest names in English literature At the age of twelve years he went to work for the Messrs Mengel with whom he remained until ten years ago Ambitious to be independent he embarked in the grocery business at Eighth and St Catherine streets and at every step since success was his and dame fortune kind But now a change has come Lifes bitter foe Cold Death entered his door and what victory hast thou won what laurels are thine to take from home wife and children a dear kind and affectionate father who by his great heart and close observance of duty was a model What sad thoughts arise in the minds of those he has left behind when they think he had to leave them and pitch his tent in the quiet burial ground of St Louis cemetery where he now peacefully sleeps What a volume of sweet thoughts and tender memories of noble deeds arise in the minds and hearts of the bereft friends From his quiet home center of influence his power of mercy and kindness was as farreaching as the beams of the caudle upon the dark and troublesome world None ever went to him with the worlds trials but that consideration was given and with such sincerity and tender love as to betoken the presence of an earthly saint His life was one that did honor to God and glorified his race Oh cruel death how couldst thou so desire On such short notice to take an upright sire Why steal upon him as the thief thou art To plant thy sickle in his generous heart Oh cruel death take up thy record Treachery is in all thy work Truly may it be said in the words of the poet that every heart best knoweth its own loss and James Ross death has made a void that nothing can fill save the consciousness of the happy exchange he has made and the joy of reunion with his loved ones in the abode of the blessed In our departed friend were blended the finer and nobler sensibilities of a manly man who was both by natural endow ment and personal attainment a figure in whatever sphere he moved Honest with himself therefore honest with others these traits made his friends steadfast to him in sunshine and cloud James Ross left a wife and four chil dren to mourn his loss besides an aged mother who is inconsolable and three sisters and a brother All pray that God may give them strengthto bear their heavy loss and that they may find solace in the words of Rev Father Twohig for it is a consolation to them to know that he received every blessing his church could bestow and strengthened as heI was by the graces of God his soul has t gone from the heaven begun on earth the heaven won for eternity toI The funeral Monday morning was one of the largest ever seen at the Domini can church from whence the remains ruungjplaceHarry Grotty James Andrew JohnCampbell FORMS PERMANENT ORGANIZATION The Falls City Bowling League met Tuesday evening at Hsagers club rooms forming a permanent organization oT eight clubs end elected the following effie re 1F G Harper PresMtnttJohl1 J Barryfoe Pr eM nt DeanU J Oleo ion Secretary and S w BoUfofd nJ U IRISH S 3OCIETYDIRECTORYA I3TDIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanVice W Dougherty Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan Jr- Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kel ran Financial Secretary John T Keaiiey 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monda evenings of Each Month President Thomas Quinn Vice President Joseph Cooney Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Bums 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 615 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurerJohn DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney MurphyPresidentRobert Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording Secretary J G Cole Financial Secretary Thos OHern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelAlphonso Constantine SergeantatArms Michael Noon Y 3VT I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street ShelleyFirst P Shaugh nessySecond HerpRecording 2648StCorresponding Secretary Franlc P BurkeTreasurerPrank MurphyMarshalGeorge Inside Sentinel Frank Lanahan Outside Sentinel John Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street CooneyFirstSecond Vice PresidentJoseph F Bell Recording SecretaryEmil E Mouth Corresponding SecretaryArthur cLauer Financial SecretaryRobert G Goe betTreasurerWilliam N Gast MarshalM F Morris Inside Sentinel Jacob Pfalzer Outside SentinelM F Ziegler Treasurer The following clubs comp prise the league Stags Loetenharts Eurekas Frank Goss RobinsonNorton Starr Dry Goods John C Lewis and Fortuua A bit of lace used as an unlined collar gives a touch of richness to the simplest gownS 1 NIAGARA PALLS AND RETURN S19 Via Big pour route Tuesday August goodlret1rl1lng tauqua car berths at city ticket office 209 Fourth avenue S J Gates General Agent GRAND OUT OP TOWN EXCURSION Sunday July 31 Big Four Route to the Indiana gaa belt Special train leaves Seventh atreet Tfaioli depot at 7 oclock 1a m Extremely low roundtrip rates as follows Rubvi111 KnighUtown f1 Ad roa llM AlUadna 126 lia- dORIIfiO Ticked ott tale at city ticket once MO Mourthav axe and at dpot- sT Oatot Gea ralAgeat o G FOUND BAD STATE Labor Inspector Scally After Employers of Little Children State Labor Inspector Thomas Scally who returned last week from a tour of inspection of portions of the State says he was somewhat disappointed over the conditions he found existing in a number of places in Paducah The law he said was being openly violated and numbers of little children were employed in doing work that should be performed by men Inspector Scallys visit was unexpected and he therefore found the situation as it really existed In all cases violators of the State labor laws were warned to desist otherwise they would be prose cuted and as a result situations have been made for a number of men able and Louisy very are a few who would ignore the law were it not for the zeal displayed by our State Labor Inspector Chid labor should be abol ished except in those cases where found absolutely necessary The rising generation would then have an education and become more intelligent and better citi zens SQUIRE ADAMS BETTER The many friends of Squire John Adams of the West End magisterial dis trict are glad to see him on the bench again He was ill for a week and was threatened with typhoid fever CLOSING CONCERTS For the closing attraction of this very successful summer season at the Jockey Club Park Manager James B Camp will present by far the best of them all in the great band of Creatore By many of the foremost musical authorities it is declared to be the best band in the world Surely no band has attracted as much attention or has been in such demand For over one hundred nights in New York it packed the theater nightly and on the road the attendance has been wonderful In getting the band for a week Manager Camp has done what many other managers have tried in vain to do A limited number of seats will be reserved at fifty cents but Mr Camp gained his point in the controversy about theprices to be charged aud the general admission will remain as at present and will be but twentyfive cents The en gagement will begin Monday night and will be concluded with two concerts on Saturday and two on Sunday July 31 At the two matinees popular prices will be charged yet two of the most delight ful programmes of the series will be rendered Creatores bind is even more powerful this season than when last heard in Louisville The soprano soloist is Mme Joanna Bariliwho has a high soprano voice of great sweetness and smoothness The harp soloist is Signor C Sodero said to be the best in the world He will be heard at all of the concertsThe Indian band will con Glade its successful engagement with concerts this afternoon and evening and Sunday afternoon and night Popular programmes will be rendered and at the Saturday matinee the Indians will give several of their native dances for the benefit of the women and children YELLOWSTONE PARK TOUR Every Ezsene Iiclidcd la Ticket Person ally Conducted Party The only exclusive Yellowstone Park excursion from this section in 1904 will be run by the Monon Chicago North western aud Northern Pacific railways leaving Cincinnati Louisville and In dianapolis on Wednesday August 3 The train will be called tiThe 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 wilt be made at several places All expenses will be included in the ticket and everything furnished will be first claae An illustrated folder telling all about the tour can be had by calling on or addressing 3 H Bacon District Paseedger Agent Mooou route Fcwrtk and Market streets uviUu uc 1 Jo 0 j N TUB Gilds fl Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES FOR FIRST HOLY COMMUNION Give us a call thefinestBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES- OF EVERY DESCRIPTION l3i W Jefferson Street 0000 HH1 +1u1 1 1 lJulJnIJuIHH1i H+i i44lliI4i HlIJnIoJ1H+1 Union lee Cream Co Fine Vanilla Cream and Sherbet 75c per gal Strawberry Peach and Chocolate 85c per gal Brick 4 colors 100 per gal gallons 100 gallons per hour Homo Phone 2144 Cumb Phone Main 389ieSST to 3SS FiICirY3TIa STe 1+11+ Jul IHH11nIH I Jul 1 lulrJnl HH HoJI 1 11u1HIIII1H 1 1 1 11 Established March II 118G8 PHONE 893 Incorporated Feb418911 BLATZ KREBS STONE CO Proprietor of Falls City Stone and Marble Works DEALERS I- NMarbleOnyx and Altars And Communion Rails Mosaic and Tile of Every Kind for Interior Finish Office and Mills 13181328 Walnut Street 1I I 3 i 1F4311 iIi SPRING BANK S WILD CHERRY PHOSPHATE t I S THE ORIGINAL AND gIU IeT Beware of Imitations Thats All Ji HHHI I 1 i HHMKI 1 1 iIIi1 1 4Ui 1h Xi3iHIIH1II1 1 1 1 1 1 1 HXII1 FRANK FEflR BREWING 601 INCORPORATB1D Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY tIJull 11 1 H1 iH1l l1HIHI1 +I1IHH1111hiI I 1HIIHI1 i+1 III41 +X4110 Smiths Old EarnestWHISKY DIRECT FROM DISTILLERIES SELECT ORADE AT REASONABLE PRICES 4 Also such brands of whiskey as Old Dant McKenna Rolling Fork Queen T of Nelson Elk Run etc I handle the BEST and PUREST Wines Brandies J Champagnes Cordials Gins Rums etc for medical or table use I Central Bottling tQ Sample House i W L SMITH Prop 327 W MARKET STREET IHHIHIi t I HuHI IH ii- II HI+l HIIIll+H+IH 11+1 Hol 1 1 1 1 1 Jool E1t1FI 1f41iE1 IFIEIItII IIIfIIII Flt lflEEt I II Muidoon Monument Company IJESIONE S AND BUILDERS OFII1 ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND I I i lit I 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