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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i I KENTUCKY JRIsII AMERICAN VOLUME XIIINO 10 LOUISVILLE SA11URlAY SEPTEMBER 3 1904 PRIG FIVE CENT LABORDAYI- mposing Celebration Promised On Monday When Local Unions Will Turn Out There Will Be 10000 in the Procession and a Big Crowd at Phoenix Hill Park ExCongressman Howard ofAl abama Will Be the Orator But Others Will Speak A GALA DAY FOR THE WORKINGMEN Monday next Is Labor day a legal holiday in Kentucky All the banks and public buildings will be closed and the manufactories and workshops will shut down in order to give their employes a chance to participate in the parade or In the speaking and celebration at Phoenix Hill Park during the afternoon and even ing It is expected that there will be fully 10000 men in line if all the unions turn out as they have promised to do Preparations for the event have been going on for several weeks under the auspices of the Louisville Federation of LaborThe parade will form on Jefferson street east of Eighth street at 2 oclock The line of march will be east on Jeffer son to Fifth north to Market east to Third south to Jefferson east to First north to Market east to Jackson south to Jeffersoneast to Baxter avenue and thence to Phoenix Hill The principal address at the park will be delivered by former Congressman Howard of Alabama Ed F Gould of Indianapolis will also speak Invitations have been extended toMayor Grainger and the city officials to be present John M Stephens will be chief marshal of the day and he has appointed the fol lowing aides Charles Dabney of the Clgarmakers Union Louis Muthler of the Coopers Union George Graviss of the Brewery Workers Union and Will lam Tierney of the Tobacco Workers Union William Sweeney of the Plum bers Union will act as marshal of the First division Charles Sells of the Brick layers Union marshal of the Second dlII IslouoscphSkomonskyioftbecar ment Cuttfa Union marshal of the Third division George Peters of the Salesmens Union marshal of the Fourth divisionMarshal Stephens informed a repre sentative of this paper Wednesday even ing that forty of the local unions had sig nified their intention of participating in the parade and that favorable reports were expected from B number of others It is thought that only one large union the printers will be missing when the procession moves MACKINCOUNCIL Thanks Her Delegates Barry Council and Kentucky Irish American Mackin Council held a rousing arM enthusiastic meeting Monday night at St Cecilias Hall with President James Shelley presiding and all the chairs filled The reports of Delegates Frank Murphy Prank Adams and Fred Herp were received with much interest They were proud of the showing made by Mackin Council in the Bluegrass capital and pleased with the ball and banquet neither of which could well be surpassed Their report detailed fully the work of the con vention which had already met with the approval of the membership the entire jurisdiction Speaking for the delegation Frank Mnrphy told of the hospitality of Barry Council and the people of Lexing ton and stated that the delegates would not have felt right in leaving that beauti ful city without electing John B Shannon who had done so much for the Y M I Messrs Murphy Herp and Adams also commended the Kentucky Irish American for its enterprise and the full and complete report published- Dr A R Bizot who had been unable to be present for some time past was received with much enthusiasm and his happy speech put all in the best of humor which was made more marked by the words of President Shelley of Mackin and President John Crotty and Will McDonough of Satolli Council who were welcome visitors Without dissent thanks were tendered Barry Council and the people of Lexington for their hospitality to the Grand Council and members of Mackin to Delegates Murphy Herp and Adams for the able and conservative manner in which they discharged the duties imposed upon them and also to the Kentucky Irish American for its interest in the Y M I For the Ways and Means Committee who are supervising the erection of the new club house Will Kerberg reported satisfactory progress The roof is now being put on and the new hone will probably be opened with a great bazar some time in October Frank Burke and Ben Sand stated that they had secured fifty tables for euchres to beheld this winter when the lady friends of the council will arrange and conduct a series of games Charles Brown and Wesley Adams were repotted sipcovlllKaad ofc a Secretary Dan Weber received quite an amount of money for the relief fund The editor of the Kentucky Irish American was present and congratulated Mackin Councils members on the brotherly spirit and success that marked the work of this great Catholic society which wasI now erecting a lasting monument toI their memory on Twentysixth street and setting an example that all othersI might well follow a REV EDWARD BOSS Receives Hearty Welcome Prom People of Pewee Valley The Rev Edward Boes formerly of St Vincents Union county but recently assigned by Bishop McCloskey to St Aloysius church at Pewee Valley wasI greeted by an exceedingly large congre gatiou last Sunday when he entered upon the duties of his new charge Father Boes preached an able and eloquent sermon that was much appreciated as many of the congregation came to him after mass to pay their respects and express the feelings his words had arousedFather Boes appears delighted with his new charge and his many Louisville friends will also be pleased to know that he is stationed FO near them The rever end gentleman announced that services would be held in St Aloysius on the first and third Sundays of the month The rest of the month will be devoted to other missions and stations under his charge For some time past Father Boes has not enjoyed the best of health but it is believed that in his new field his restoration will be complete The people of Pewee Valley will find him a kind pastor and an untiring worker HEROIC SISTER Sacrifices Her Life to Save Patient She Had Been NUlslnaI The heroism and selfsacrifice of the I Catholic Sisters of Charity is again fore bly brought before the public by dis patches in the daily press this time fromI Springfield Mass The dread story Is that Sister Gohn of the Little Francis can Sisters of the Sacred Heart was burned to death Tuesday while trying toJJ save her patient Mrs Fred Passino An oil stove xplodediutbePasSi ohom where the Sister had been acting as a curse Instead of saving herself she ranIto the aid of the sick woman The fireI department rescued Mrs Passino and herI baby but Sister Gohn was dead when her body was found She came to Springfield eleven months ago from France The foregoing is only one of frequent similar instances which have won for these holy women the admiration and love of all brave and selfrespecting men without regard to creed or nationality WELCOMED HOME Col M Muldoon Spent Vaca tion In Mountains of North Carolina Col M Muldoon has returned to Louis ville from a delightful vacation spent with his daughter Mrs Billiard Ini Tryon N C Col Muldoon spent most of his time climbing mountains and re turned much invigorated though the high altitude brought on a slight attack of rheumatism from which he is now recovering Col Muldoons friends cor dially welcomed him home Newspaper row was lonesome without his genial presence Although Col Muldoon is old in years he still belongs to the younger set and seems to be good for at least twentyfive more years He has returned to his home in the Highlands Col Muldoons daughters Misses Anita and Hannah Muldoon who have been in Italy and Switzerland for nearly a year will return to Louisville early this fall BACK FROM FAIR Rev Father William Gausepohl rector of St Mary Magdalens returned last Saturday from a week spent at th Worlds Fair Father Gausepohl was delighted with all he saw especially thei Irish exhibit which seems the center of attraction The fair he says surpasses all expectations and is an education iin itself All who can possibly do so should visit St Louis and view the wondersI there which are greater than those of all former exhibitions combined The opportunity offered by the Catholic Knights is one that the people of this city should not overlook a TAKE A REST Many ladles who have beeu prominent- In t the management and work of the Catholic Womans Club have been rest ing from their labors for the past two weeks A number have been absentt from the city and others indisposed but the work of preparing for the fall1I andwinter has been pushed and is no completed With the return of Mrs Matt ODoherty Mrs Marcus Doerhoe fer Mrs D B Mattingly Miss Rose Quinn and others the club will be in many respects better than ever preparedI to carry OH its good work and if possible give its numerous patrons more seth actory service Q- a 11 jvu j J IRISH LEADERS Given a Hearty Welcome and IEncouragcmcnt in New York United League Declares Allogi anco to Cause of Irish Freedom All Parts of Country Repre sented at the Great Convontlont NO CHANGE IN REPRESENTATION More than 900 delegates from all parts of the country attended the Second annual convention of the United Irish League of America in New York this week Col John F Finnerty of Chicago presided Jeremiah OConnor of Elmira was elected Temporary Chairman arid read an address After short speeches by Bourke Cockran Acting Mayor Fornea of New York Patrick Ford of the Irish World and John E Redmond the Irish leader the convention got down to busi ness and elected John F Finnerty Per manent Chairman and John OCallaghan SecretaryJohn Redmond the leader of the Irish party in the House of Commons Capt Donnellan of East Cork and Pat rick OBrien of Killkeny City addressed a large meeting in Carnegie Hall on Sunday night Bourke Cockran and other prominent Irish Americans were present and delivered addresses John Redmond said he had come here hoping to be able to raise 50000 for the Irish causeHe said that he came to this country tt explain what had been accomplished through the assistance obtained here two years ago and to ask for further help He said that the money given at that time had brought about the passage of the land act in the British Parliament and Ireland had reason to be proud of the resultBut that he added is only a means to obtaining home rule clothing will satisfy us but selfgovernment The great Unionist party in England is doomed and theJrishCoatroltheYOtiDg balance in 100 constituencies In Great Britain and will demand home rule from the candidates there at the next general election Then we will have the balance of power in the British Parliament andI a home rule bill will pass We must have financial aid from America to take advantage of the opportunity I dont think I ask too much in requesting the people of this country to give us a cam paign fund of 50000 between now and the time of the general election When Bourke Cockran appealed to the people to assist the struggling Irish members of Parliament a man in the audience cried out Why dont you assist them Cockran III will assist them in the way that will help the cause the most and that is by going down in my pocket And he then gave 500 At the convention of the United Irish League of America Wednesday there was no official programme for the proceed- Ings but most of the morning session was taken up by the reports of the vari ous committees which were appointed Tuesday and the Secretarys report Secretary John OCallaghan read a reso lution adopted at a meeting of SlavicI American citizens in the city Tuesday night expressing sympathy for the IrishI people in their struggle for selfgovern ment and wishing that their efforts maybe crowned with success in the near fu ture Letters of regret were read from President Roosevelt Judge Parker Card nal Gibbons and Archbishop Ryan There was a warm debate over the question of increasing the national com mittee from fifty to one hundred mem bers John F Ryan of Philadelphia speaking for the Pennsylvania delega tion argued that New York should not have any more representation on the National Committee than any other State He said the New York branch of the toethe common fund as it ought to have done considering its size there being more Irishmen in New York than in the city of Dublin He said that New York should not have two representrtlves the Executive Committee as desired when Boston and other cities had given more to the fund than New York had He declared that such a proceeding would be unfair to these other cities Delegate OConnor of Elmira strenuously resented Ryans attack upon the Irishmen of New York State declaring it to be unjust Col Sullivan of Louisiana made a plea for increasing the National Committee to one hundred insisting that the Sonth had no proper representation In the Executive Committee of the League During the discussion the convention was in an uproar and it was some time before Chairman Finerty was able to restore order Roderick J Kent nedy of New York said that the New York State branches have done all in their power to help the cause qftthe League and that of Ireland The amend ment that the Executive Committee be increased from fifty to one hundred was defeated by four votes Those voting agIinstat numbered 1S4 and those for it 190 f This closed the atormysaesen0 c SUPREME DIRECTO BARRY How the New Haven Look Instituteat the Young Mens Con vention Colorado Springs ty v v y4v tv t iyis4 iytx y The platform adopted 4 the conven tion after renewing the pledge of the leagues allegiance to the cause of Irish national independence andjndorsing the right of Ireland to have a Parliament of her IIWe own f the Irish people to saysffendence by any work or by word by as circum stances niay dictate or opportunities may offer but we fully admit their right to choose their weapons tote battle for liberty untrammeled by dictation from any outside sources realiz ng that the people on the firing line of liej fight for nationhood are the best jjidges of the policy to be adopted in their struggle with the wealth and power 1 England The Convention recognize rthe incalculable services rendered Joy John E Redmond William OBrifaI Michael Davitt T P OConnor Award Lake and their able colleagues seftrices which no material value can represent or recom pesleJsude rnestlY1pP1rtoInsh- men in America to sustain them in their struggle with a generosity worthy of the glorious renown of the Irish race and of the cause to which they are unalterably devotedA of the Committee of Ways and Means read a report from the com mittee in which it was stated that it is the intention to raise 50000 before the first of next year for the general election fund to be used In England and Ireland Michael J Curry the New York mem ber of the committee told the conven tion that New York will contribute 10000 toward the fund Chairman Finerty announced that Charles F Murphy the Tammany leader had promised to give 1000 to the fund Judged from the press reports the con vention was a success and will realize the hopes of its promoters and the delegates from Ireland a a HAPPY UNION Thursday morning at 6 oclock the marriage vows were said at St Anthonys church and Bernard A Coll one of Jef fersonvilles most widely known and sub stantial citizens and Mrs Christina An derson a woman of many splendid endowments and loved by all who know her were united In the holy bonds of matrimony the Rev Camlllus Eicben lanb officiating The wedding at the church was simple yet In its simplicity therewas a beauty that shone far out and above the ordinary events Charles Coll brother of the bridegroom and Clarence Frank brother of the bride were the attendants only relatives and members of the families of the contracting parties witnessing the ceremony which it was desired to have quiet and without display The bridegroom is now serving his sec ond term as Treasurer of Clark county and is one of the most popular men in Indiana having long been prominent in business and politics Bqrney Coll as his friends like to call him is a Hiber nian a Knight of Columbus member of the Catholic Knights the Elks and other fraternal societies His bride is a daughter of Mrs George Frank of Jef fcrsonville and IS8 charming and ac complished lady prominent in society circles and a general favorite with all classes After a wedding breakfast the couple left on a two weeks honeymoon trip to St Louis Chicago and Milwankee and on their return will occupy a hand some new home on Chestnut street Jef fersonville BAZAR ON KNOBS Father Hildebrand pastor of St MaryS of the Knobs just back of New Albany and the people of his little congregation are arranging for a fair and bazar to be given some time in the early fall The proceeds will go to the fund to build a new church which is the ambition of the pious and zealous rector It has been suggested that the fair continue a gsbet111e4thother Catholic socktlea with change of programme each night C JU P CATHOLIC Knights of America Moot In Newport in State Convention September G Important Session and a Big Crowd Is Expected by the Newport Branch Arrangements Nearly Complot ed For the Knights Excur sion to St Louis ORDER IS FLOURISHING IN KENTUCKY The Catholic Knights of America of Kentucky will meet in Newport on Sep tember 6 and the attendance promises to be larger than ever before This is the twelfth biennial session of the order in this State and It will be opened under very favorable auspices During the year some gains have been made and the outlook for the future is encouraging more especially since the Supreme Council has recently placed the organization In a way to be on a sound financial basis The Catholic Knights of America arc strong in Louisville and deserve to beI as they have done an immense amount ofI good for the cause of charity andre1lgI ion Much of this success is due to theI intelligent work of the Central Commit tee of which Newton G Rogers is Chair man and Albert F Martin is Secretary Mr Martin is an aspirant for the position of State Secretary and if he Is elected he will fill the position with credit to him self and the order Two other goodI workers for the order in Louisville are Michael Reichert and Joseph P McGinn the former being the Supreme Delegate at the last convention in St Louis and the latter is Supreme Trustee Both of these gentlemen performed their work at St Louis with ability and the several branches in the State are indebted to themThe Catholic Knights of Newport have J made elaborate arrangements to properly t entertain the delegates while they are I in that city and those who go will not regret the trip The proceedings promise to be interesting and instructive Jorall membenr of the ordprTheKcntdhky Irish American intends to have a goodII report of the proceedings in the issue following the convention t There are thirtyfive branches of the Catholic Knights in Kentucky Those who had forwarded credentials to State I Secretary Score up to Wednesday evening and the names of the delegates are Branch 4 William C Smith Branch 5 Edward Neuhaus I Branch 6 Charles Falk and Henry JansenBranch 14 Martin CusickIBranch 16 John Donnelly Branch 18 John T Dawson Branch 21 Patrick Holley Branch 24 Thomas P Dignan Branch 25 Albert F Martin Branch 27 Martin Clark Branch 29 E T Houlihan Branch 32 Ben Speaker Branch 36 Joseph Hubbuch Sr Branch 44 Louis Goedde Branch 45 Edward G Hill Branch 49 John Konsler Branch 61 James E Rapier Branch 83 F Ji Lutkemeier Branch 101 H D Mattingly Branch 127 S R Hamilton Branch 129 Henry Holtrup Branch 132 Michael Wood Branch 626 Joseph Deiterman Branch 642 James McBride Branch 716 Joseph Weigbaus Thus far there has been little talk as to who will be elected to the State offices but it Is quite likely that the Presidency will be given to Newport this year The friends of Albert F Martin feel confident of his election as State Secretary as thus far he has no opposition He is well qualified for the position and will doubt less have the votes of all the delegates from this city to start with for he has filled almost every office in the order with signal ability The delegates and visitors will attend mass before the open ing of the convention Tuesday morning- It is the intention of the Catholic Knights of America to give a grand ex cursion to the Louisiana Purpose Exposition at St Louis and several hundred Knights from various parts of the State have promised to attend The excursion train will leave Louisville via the Hen derson route ou Sunday evening Sep tember 11 at 9 oclock from the Seventh street depot The roundtrip Including hotel accommodations at the American Hotel opposite the Fair entrance will be Only 16 The return trip will be made on September 17 but those who desire to return home earlier may do so This iis the cheapest and best excursion yet ar ranged by any society in Kentucky to attend the St Louis Fair Of course others than Catholic Knights may par ticipate in the low rate if they desire to do BO Tickets are now on sale at many prominent business houses Those who desire to make a nice trip to the Pal should avail themselves of this low rate The Committee of Arrangements fot the Fair trip Is holding meetings every Fri day night The Catholic Knights of America nowr affords the safest and cheapest insurance rgaiagonsdois J Is lie no good reason why Catholic young men should not join If they join now they will secure a rate which they can afford to pay They will be protecting them selves and their dependent families and at the same time performing an act of charity The Catholic Knights are on a safe basis for all time to come and there is no more danger of the order failing than there is of any firstclass old line insurance company going into bank ruptcy Now is the time to join MADE THEIR VOWS Beautiful Ceremony In Con vent of St Catherine of Sienna The solemn rite of religious profession according to the beautiful ceremonial of the Dominican order took place on Fri day of last week In the cjiapel of the temporary Convent of St Catherine of Sienna near Springfield Washington county when the vows of three novices were received by the worthy Prioress The novices who made their profession were Sister Mary Irene Callahan of Watertpwn Mass Sister Mary Angela Callahan of Louisville and Sister Mary Augustine Sapp of Lebanon this State Rev Father P Mahoney O P presided at the ceremony and was assisted by the Very Rev Father Joseph Hogarty Rev James J Pike and Rev Father Matthew Stanton O P The good Dominican Sisters are now making fair progress in the erection of their new building and it is hoped by their pupils and friends that the next profession and reception in March or April will take place in the finished and handsome Convent of the new St Cath erines TRINITY COUNCIL Hears Reports From Its DeI egates to the Lexing ton Convention There was a large and enthusiastic meeting of members of Trinity CouncilI Y M I on Monday night at their ball on East Gray street Many came to congratulate James B Kelly on his reelection as Grand President and to hear the reports of Messrs Tom Garvey Bob Goe bel and John Sullivan delegates to theI Lexington convention The proceedings of the Grand Council were reported in fuirSbd met with hearty approval and all were loud in their praises of the hos pitality displayed by Barry Council and the people of the Bluegrass section After acting upon communications andI disposing of quite an amount of routine business the Executive Committee urged all members and their friends to participate in the sunset excursion onI Saturday evening for which great prep arations had been made The best of feeling prevailed and the work of increasing the membership will again be vigor ously pushed The present administra tion headed by Eugene Cooney want to pass all former years in numbers initiated WILL ENTERTAIN Branch 4 C Kand IL of A Will Entertain Friends Thursday Evening Branch 4 of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of Ameriqa will entertain their friends with a social and literary enter tainment next Thursday evening at Ber trand Hall Newton G Rogers will de liver a short address and Miss Bee Mul larkey and others will assist in the musi cal programme Thomas Lynch James Kenealey and Miss Motile Burke are the committee in charge of the affair and earnestly invite all members of the order and their friends to attend Branch 4 is making rapid increases in members and has a substantial treasury of which John D Rudd is the guardian John H Hen nessy is the able President of the branch and to him in a great measure is due the major portion of its success a HUGH MBARRON DEAD Hugh McBarron a native of Ireland but for many years a well known and respected resident of New Albany died Thursday morning at his home 320 Fifth street from the infirmities incident to old age The deceased was eighty three years of age and leaves two sons John and Andrew McBarron and one daughter Mrs Peter Fougeronsse of Louisville Rev Father McBarron of Evansville and Con J McBarron of I New Albany are nephews Ever since coming to New Albany he had been an earnest and devout member of Holy Trinity church where the funeral ser vices were conducted by Rev Father Kenny Hugh McBarron was an Irish gentleman of the old school who was ready to help a friend and neighbor and many are the prayers that will be offered for the repose of his soul MEET WEDNESDAY NIGHT IThe Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient nextrWednesday and elect delegates and alter nates to the State convention which con venes in Covington September 19 The auxiliary will give the first euchre oi th season at AO H Hall Wednesday even lag October 5 and are now securing a collection of handsome prizes for the event d POPES VACATION How the Pontiff Spends Ills Time While the Thermometer Is High Takes Long Walks in the Vati can Gardens in the Mornings He May Buy An Automobile Made in the United States PLAYS HIS PIANOS FOR HOURS enjoying enjoy it In a city where the thermometer nearly every day has reached the 100 degree mark In fact the vacation of YrisCardinals an opportunity to escape from Rome for a few weeks While the late Pope Leo always commenced his vacation in the beginning of July and during that time moved from the Vatican proper into the Carina del Pio IV one of the cottages In the garden of the Vatican Pius X has declared that as prefern and take long walks every morning be tween G and 10 during which he has asked to be allowed to forget that he Is Pope and be left absolutely atone The greater part of the afternoon he spends at the piano He is an accomplished player and possesses two mag nlficant instruments presented to him by the makers His only audience is two priests from Venice Father Bressau and Father Piscini whom he has known for many years and whom he has invited to visit him during his vacation In the evening the Pope and the two fathers refreshen old memories from his beloved Venice and it is often quite late before they retire The Pope has signified his intention of purchasing a motor car for use in the Vatican Gardens in place of the light carriage drawn by funereal looking horses now in use says the New York Herald The Secretary charged with the purchase has been instructed to get a light and perfectly noiseless car and he will in all probability order an Ameri can runabout with specially constructed carriage work for the comfort and con venience of His Holiness aa no auto mobile of European make has been found sufficiently light and silent for use in the quiet driveway of the historical old Italian gardens a a INTO NEW HOME Satolli Council Has Secured Club Rooms on Fourth Avenue Satolli Council Y M I which has had its headquarters on Second street near Chestnut for many years has secured new and commodious rooms in the Wells block on Fourth avenue between Walnut and Chestnut which will be handsomely furnished and ready for occupancy within the next two weeks when there will be a formal opening tQ be announced later to which the mem bers and friends of the council will be invitedThis step on the part of Satolli Council has been contemplated for some time but could not be carried out until the present time The new quarters will be more central and easy of access and the meetings will be better attended than heretofore Satolli Council is composed of some of the most energetic Catholic men in the city who expect to largely increase the membership during the next few months There will be readingand reception rooms and the young men of the central part of the city will find here a pleasant place to meet and spend their evenings The wisdom of the change will be soon manifest and with other friends we wish SatolH unbounded success The meeting Monday night was much in the nature of a reception to Harry Colgan Will OConnor and John Crotty who represented Satolli so ably at Lexington And here also we are pleased to say the Kentucky Irish American came in for high praise copies being filed away as part of the records of the council WITH HIGH MASS St Xaviers College the scholastic year Monday morniaat 9 oclock with high mass which will be celebrated by the Very Rev Louis G Deppen chaplain of the college The success of St Xaviers College has been almost phenomenal and today it is recognizedas Louisvilles leading insti tution for the education of young men Its graduates Catholic and Protestant hold important positions In all parts of the State and ifs classes for the coming year promise to be the largest in Its toethe zealous and able Superior Brother James who is con ceded to be one of the bit educators of boys and young men Jn the United States II I k 4 r L TTiSOSY IRISH A71rZERI0A1J KENTUCKY IRISH flMEKKM NNNIINNIINMNINIIIN legated to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irlsk Amer1CUS KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS iUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY IC Watered at the Lotttavlll Postofflce as SecondClass Matter kddleu alt COllmaalelllon to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Orecn Street a UNION TRADES L1tlFl COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY111 SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 3 tgoq BETTER CATHOLIC SCHOOLS At the meeting of the Catholic School Department of the Catho lic Educational Association of the United States recently held in St Louis distinguished educators both cleric and lay discussed how best to bring about greater uniformity of standards and methods in parochial schools and to encourage the organ ization of parish alumni and alum nae associations Carefully prepared papers on these subjects were read j and discussed and the delegates from the several States were urged to bring the attention of the clergy and the Bishops to the importance of improving parish schools The conference also viewed with satis faction the movement in favor of the Catholic High School and the i establishment of normal schools As a means of creating a more refined social and intellectual Catholic at mosphere the conference recom mended the formation of parish and diocesan alumni associations It was brought out at this meeting that a million or more children are attend ing parish schools in the United StatesThe suggestions made by the Catholic Educational Association arc timely While many of the parish schools are good some of them are not so good The good ones can be made better and the poor ones r greatly benefited by uniformity of studies and the normal training of teachers These teachers should not only have knowledge but should be acquainted with the best methods of imparting information The teaching orders in the church are making improvements in this direction in order to keep up with the times and this is to be com mended All the parish schools in Louis ville will open on Monday next and the attendance promises to be large It is to be hoped the school session will be profitable for both teachers and pupils There are about thirty parish schools in Louisville and there is no reason to believe these schools will not be up to the stand ard maintained in other dioceses The Catholic High Schools in the diocese of Louisville and popularly known as academies and colleges are equal to any in the country but the parochial schools in some parishes are not up to the highest standard LABOR DAY AND UNIONS The labor organizations of Louis ville aud in all the principall cities in the country will celebrate Labor day on Monday next The day is a legal holiday in many States and cities All intelligent men the world over have come to recognize that organized labor is beneficial to both employe and employer when prop erly conducted and when the unions are not made the vehicle for furthering the ends of designing politicians and unscrupulous labor leaders better known as grafters The great mistake of some of the labor unions in Louisville as well as elsewhere throughout the country is that they have permitted un worthy men to control them at times and have meddled too much in politics Labor unions are or ganized for the purpose of protect ing their membersfor securing beUer wages and shorter hours of work Politics have no place in a labor union The unions in Louis yule which have not permitted poli tics to enter and who have turned down the grafters are the strongest and this is true throughout the country The Kentucky Irish American is the friend of organized labor and U will continue to be Its editor who has had much experience in this line has always opposed strikes except as a last resort and he ha never countenanced grafting We wish the labor organizations well and hope they may continue to gather strength and influence in this city This they can do if they get reliable men to lead and keep clear of politics We congratulate the various or ganizations on the strength they have recently developed in this city and hope the turn out on Labor day may be creditable to all concerned A DISAGREEABLE SUBJECT Throughout the Catholic press there has been running of late says exchange a note of pro test against the delinquent sub scriber To which the Catholic Citizen adds We dont like to admit that any man who has read a Catholic paper for years has so little profited by it that he is dishonest or mean We prefer to conceal the fact and to turn our thoughts away from the one exception to the ninetynine cases where it is a pleasure to deal with prompt paying and courteous subscribersReader do you ever hear any one speak disrespectfully of the priest If you do you at once conclude that such a person is a bad Catholic And reader do you ever hear any one speak badly of the Catholic paper If you do in almost every case you will find that he is a delinquent subscriber who has been dunned or a former delin quent who has been forced to pay up his back dues We believe that Catholics are quite as honest towards their church papers as any other class o people Individuals delinquent with their church paper are usu ally behind in paying their other debts They are standing off their grocer and their butcher as well It does no good to scold them and prompt Plying subscribers do not care to hear about them Turn them over to the lawyers and the collection agencies Those who have children to send to school can read and ponder the words of the Episcopal Bishop Sey mour in a recent address He said in part We can not impress too strongly upon our fellowcitizens with whom we share the responsi bility of providing for the preserva tion of the integrity of these United States as a heritage to leave to our children the fact that the training of the body and mind alone without considering the spirit the seat of conscience and the moral sense renders the subject of such partial and imperfect education more dan gerous if he be depraved and wicked to the welfare of society and the stability of our institutions than he would be if he were left in i ignoranceThe State Central Committee of Indiana has placed the management of the campaign in the nine counties comprising the Third Congressional district in the hands of Capt Thomas Hanlon of New Albany and the County Chairmen will report to him That the campaign in that district will beI well managed with Capt Hanlon inI charge there is no room to doubt If the County Chairmen and Pre cinct Chairmen work in harmony with him the district will ivea- largely increased Democratic majority Bishop Spalding says The denominational system of education is the rightsystem The secular sys 1- C tem is the wrong system Catho lies are bound by the law of the church to send their children to parish schools or other Catholic schools until they have made their first communion and are confirmed There is no use arguing the question The rule is in force and must be obeyed Those who have chil dren to send to ichool next week shouldremember this A monument is to be erected to that gallant Irish soldier Thomas Francis Meagher on the capitol grounds at Helena Mont by the IrishAmericans of that State Ex Senator Thomas H Carter Thos Cruse and Thos Powers have con andsseveral contributions of 250 have been made by Montana Irishmen The local police force made 783 arrests during the month of August breaking all previous records in the history of the city Of this large number only two were Irish and one German their offenses being only of minor character When iti comes to observing the laws the Irish and Germans are always found on the right side Prince Combes in a recent inter view declared that the separation of Church and State in France is at hand French Catholics are abund antly able to support their clergy and the separation of Church and State in France will no doubt prove beneficial to the former The sooner the separation the better iit will be- The Boston Pilot which sup ported Bryan and free silver free trade and all the other Democratic principles is now trying to con vince its readers that protection iis the proper thing and that our as similation of the Philippinos is right and proper The Pilot is having great difficulty in making good its caseMayor Grainger who is sojourn ing in New York called upon Judge Parker at Esopus this week and assured him truthfully that his old town was almost solid for him If all the big cities were as safe as Louisville Judge Parker would have no trouble Minnesota claims the first snow Mondayfat Virginia that damaged crops flowers and garden produce imme diately surrounding the town Many think this predicts an early fall Pope Pius X has received vote of thanks from the Western Negro Press Association in session at Guthrie Okla for his expressions of sympathy for the negro race WELCOME DELEGATE Members of Lambert Young Council Y M L gave a hearty welcome to Dennis J McNamara their delegate to the Grand Council at Lexington upon his return to Frankfort The Evening Call of that city says Frankfort people feel highly honored by his election to the Board of Grand Directors for the Kentucky jurisdiction composed of the States of Kentucky Missouri and Ten nessee The Grand body made a wise selection for they could have picked no more competent man for the honor AFTER NEW IDEAS The many friends and patrons of Miss Mary A Goss will be pleased to learn that she will return to Louisville the latter part of this month to again engage in the exclusive making of childrens garments Miss Goss is now in the East to attend the big openings and will return with all the latest and most fash ionable ideas in childrens dressmaking She has been absent from Louisville for over a year but her many former patrons will be glad to again secure her services TUB YOUNGER SET Fountain Ferry will be the scene of a gay and brilliant gathering on the evening of September23 It will be the occasion of the first dance given by the younger set of Kentucky Division 239 G IAto Division 78 B L of E The committees are working faithfully to have the ballroom thronged with a happy selection of the fair sons and daughters of the older set and hope to make this event one to be always remembered with pleasure ENTERTAINED HIS CLASSES Rev Father Lawler of the Dominican church who has charge of the altar and choir boys treated his proteges to a little luncheon at Fountain Ferry Park Wedneseay afternoon Under Pother Lawlers personal instruction the boys cbok fa making rapid progress and is receiving considerable praise for their efforts at the church service a First Question Of the Woggle Bug Are You a Subscriber to the Kentucky Irish- Americanr TIFYOU SHOULD BE 4 WHAT I WANT I want to take you on my knee And to hear you sing to me And I want your arms about my neck just like they used to be And I want to bear you too Laugh and cry out Peekaboo With sweet mischief in your eyes of bonny blue- I want to see you run And to hear you laugh for fun And to see your curls atossing as they used tomin the sun Run and dance and laugh and sing Where the morning glories swing Oh theres nothing else can please me not a thing I want to hear your Take And to see your smile awake And chase dimples out from cover as the ripples on the lake Seem to catch the vagrant sun And to toss it evry one And just tinkle into laughter as they run I would take your hand and go Where the lilacs used to blow And to where the yellow buttercups were blooming way down lowl And to where the peltertail Used to perch up on a rail And talk saucy as the day began to fall These are just the things I want Just to see you in each haunt That erst knew you when the shadows of the days grew long and gauntI Just to hold you to my breast When the glow is in the west And to feel you snuggle softly down to rest I SOCIETY g Miss Katie Hartaett left yesterday for a ten days trip to the Worlds Pair Miss Nellie Clifford of Portland has been visiting friends at Lexington and Lawrenceburg Mrs J B Ohligschlager and children have gone South and are visiting rela tives in Augusta Misses Eliza Healey and Mary Baron left Thursday for New York to be gone two or three weeks Miss Grace Wilson of this city spent a pleasant week as the guest of Mrs J K Leahy at Crescent Hill Miss Meta Davis arrived home Monday from Canada where she has been visiting for the past two months Miss Katherine Fahey has returned home after a six weeks trip to Toronto Niagara Falls and Detroit Misses Margaret Flynn Lillie Mann and Leila Vogel have gone to St Louis to spend a week at the Fair William J Curran and wife and chil dren Charles and Louise are spending a week at French Lick Springs Miss Mary Cavanaugh of West Market street returned yesterday from a ten days visit to the Worlds Fair Mr and Mrs Eugene J Cooney have returned from a delightful ten days stay at Lily White Sulphur Springs Mrs John T Malone and family have returned to their home in the Highlands after a two months stay at Bay View Mich Miss Hattie Higgins will return Mon day from White Mills where she was a member of a house party during the past week Miss Mary White who has been the guest of Miss Mary Dunn in Jefferson ville has returned to her home in Indian apolis Miss Mary Glenn of Oakdale has had as her charming guest Miss Margaret Moran a popular society girl of Bowling GreenEmmet OSullivan and sister Miss Nellie Seventh street have returned from a three weeks trip to St Loulii and ChicagoMrs Charles Killinger 940 Twenty fourth street has returned from a pleas ant visit with her aunt Mrs Allen at Springfield Mr and Mrs A WInterhalter Miss Sarah Maloney and Charles Halbach left Tuesday to spend about ten days at the Worlds Pair Mrs Walter Leachman who was the guest of her mother Mrs Francis Leahy Crescent Hill has returned to her home at SpringfieldMisses and Agnes Carney of portland are expected home today from St Louis where they spent ten days visiting the fair After A short but pleaasHt visit with ektives at Corydoa Miss Mary Flyaa LbLl returned the first of the week to i home in New Albany herII Mrs Jacob Gast Misses Mayme ser Edith and Elsie Gast and Master Courtney Gast form a jolly party attend- Ing the Worlds Fair Miss Mary OConnell of 1025 East Washington street has returned from St Matthews where she has been spending her summer vacation Misses Katherine and Mayme Halli ban of Portland will arrive home today from Cincinnati after spending ten days with relatives and friends Mrs John Breen and children of Mooresville near New Albany will return home next week from St Louis where they have been visiting the fair Misses Alice and Alexina Schaulie left Tuesday for a months visit to points In Illinois aud Missouri Tbey will make an extended stay in St Louis visiting the Worlds Fair Will Hennessy and Henry Wernert left Thursday afternoon for a ten days visit to the Worlds Fair On their return home they will stop over for ia visit to Mammoth Cave Miss Anna Cullivan of Washington Ind was this week the charming and attractive guest of her cousins Misses Katherine and Dee Cullivan 512 East Main street New Albany Miss Virginia Barrett of 828 East Main street fell and sprained her ankle pretty badly last Saturday afternoon Her many friends are striving to keep her enter tained during her enforced retirement Mrs Marie McNally and her grand daughter Miss Sadie Schief of Urbana Ohio have been visiting here during the past week as the guests of Miss Kate Breslin 015 West St Catherine street City Court Bailiff William Bosler and son after spending a week at the Worlds Fair went to Sweet Sulphur Springs to meet Mrs Bosler who has been therefor two weeks They will return home todayChap Barker and bride who was Miss Lily Noon will return from their honey moon trip to the Worlds Fair on Sep tember 15 They will go to housekeep ing at 3728 Third avenue where they will be at home to their friends Philip Strain and wife of Bloomington Ill left Thursday for French LICk Springs after a delightful visit with Mrs Thomas W Tarpey West Chestnut street They were accompanied by their pretty nndcharming neice Miss Eliza both Tarpey Miss Nellie Leamy of Seventh street has just returned from a visit to the Worlds Fair While in St Louis sh- In company with Miss Mary Keuealey of St Catherine street was the guest of Mr John Kenealy Miss Kenealey will return home Monday Michael Sheehan the well known and wealthy Portland avenue grocer returned Tuesday from a ten days season of rest and recreation spent at French Lick Springs He is one of the most popular Irishmen in Louisville and his friends may look lor a pleasant surprise in the not distant future George Shrader and Miss Josephine Sweeney well known and popular young people of New Albany will be united 1In marriage next Wednesday at Holy Trinity church The ceremony will take place- at 9 oclock with nuptial mass and will be witnessed by a large gathering of friends and relatives The Western Catholic of last Saturday says Miss Mary Lehman of Louisville who has been visiting Mrs Joseph Koenig Soutu Twelfth street Quincy 111 with Miss Fanny Koenig departed Friday for St Louis where they will be joined by Miss Clara Koenig and will visit the Worlds Fair Misses Anna Rose Glauber Ida Berth and Genevieve Grobmeyer and Bertha West all of Carrollton were visitors at the Worlds Fair this week where their beauty attracted marked attention While in the Kentucky building they were the center of a throng of admirers They are girls of the type of beauty for which Kentucky is most noted Denny Heffernan the genial Deputy Sheriff is happy these days aud wears one of those imported Irish smiles that grow near Blarney Castle all because of the pretty little maid that arrived recently and now reigns as queen of the household Denny is now the proud father of eight children six of whom he says will become Democratic voters A wedding of interest in the Bluegrass will be solemnized next Wednesday when Miss Anna Winifred Mulcahy daughter of Edward Mulcuby one of the most attractive and accomplished young women of Versailles becomes the bride of Jacob Embry a wealthy young planter of Dallas Texas The ceremony will be performed at the brides home and will be the society event of the month Miss Mattie Bowling and Richard Cou sins were united in marriage Monday night at St Augustines by Rev Father Felten Following the ceremony a re ception was held at the home of the bride 1202 West Hill street where the young couple received the congratula tions of a large gathering of friends The bride is the daughter of Plus Bowling the brick contractor and the bridegroom is employed at the Young Mens Hebrew Association Mrs Edward J Connelly and children Maryand Martin returned Tuesday from a ten days visit to the Worlds Fair MrsCosaelly visited the Pike and declares the Irish exhibit the greatest attraction at the fair She says Its popularity now surpasses that of anything ever seen at any of the worlds great exhibitions and all visitors should pead at least two days examining thee display therein Those from Kentucky S c 0- i schoolII One of the most delightful entertain I ments of the week was the reception held Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Nellie Sullivan 1740 Southgate street in honor of her guest Miss Annette Noonan of Bardstown Those present were Misses Mary Newbeck Bettie Morrell Serena and Annette Noonan Josephine Mcln Ure Nellie Sullivan and Messrs Henry Flamm Arthur Blanford Carl Stammel Hermann Noonan and Mr and Mrs John Sullivan HINTS ON STYLE A return to black for evening wear iIs predictedSilver ornaments set with opals ere among the jewelry novelties The vogue of fringe for skirt and waist trimming is on the increase- A hat for traveling or for morning wear should be very severe in style Java linen in white and blue shades iIs a favored material for morning gowns In veilings the chiffons still lead although certain lace veils are purchased to drape bats instead of the latter For the fair automobilist the newest cap is of a heavy grade of khakiwith peak of Chinese goatskin in dark green fleckedwith gold In selftrimmings for broadcloth and other smooth cloths pinking as well as rows of stitching and the various braids and other ornamentations will be used The Directolre styles are likely to be the prevailing modes for the coming win ter although it is said that the great dressmakers of Paris are not disposed to admit any such probality New blouses in Paris are made of alter nate rows of ribbon and Russian lace The ribbon used is only onehalf the width of the colorings These are worn with skirts the color of which match the ribbon or the lace The models from abroad in hats nearly all show decided if not high crowns Velvet is to be used and a novelty iiin chenille braids is the employment off shaded effects and black chenille band trimmed with swinging bugles is the most marked novelty in these New autumn hats or rather hats to be offered the autumn buyers are largely of lace in black or white or even in certain colors the latter to match the colors of the gowns they are to be worn with Cluny Venise and Irish are used largely for the picturesque and large creations As previously mentioned bands of fur will be used on gowns for autumn and winter wear Already late autumn walk ing and carriage gowns are being offered in Paris having their coats trimmed with inchwide bands of fur and on certain of these coats the seams are outlined with stripes of fur For mourning when a black waist iis necessary China silk is particularly good Black lawn never looks smart fora waist and in black this silk washes perfectly besides which there is no other material so cool The black waist may be absolutely plain or may be trimmedsimply with black lace Among the richest and most expensive of the passementeries are the handmade and in their construction gold thread buttonhole silk and oftentimes beads are employed Many patterns are used 01 which the wheel is perhaps the favorite and buttons covered with the handwork are used These passementeries are tbe latest thing in Paris THE IDEAL WIFE The ideal wife is the woman who has convinced her husband that she is the very best woman in the world and who goes on convincing him An excellen way to begin is to keep telling him tha he is the very best man in the world And ten to one if he does not try to be as far as he can Of course he will hav tiresome trying ways every man has but if you want to be an ideal wife dont worry over them let them pass forget all about them or else try and like them Dont forget it is his home as well as yours and though you may spend all your time in keeping it nice and com fortable there will be no comfort in it iItf you are rushing around after your hus band to remind him that he may not smoke in the parlor because of the cur twins that you do not want him to get those books down now and make a litter that all the newspapers are tidied up on aside table that he has left his boots on the hearthrug and so on Instead of worrying him give him a good time at home Let him feel that however harassed he may be with his business outside when he comes home everything is peace and quietness happiness and jollity If things go wrong dont inform him of them in a rush on the doormat If they must be told keep them for an hour and then see if you cant introduce them in the way of a joke There is a funny side to everything even to bursting watef pipes Be depressed with trifling home worries and you will soon communicate your trouble to your husband who in stead of coming home knowing he is to have a good meal with a bright laugh Ing companion will begin wondering as he nears home what has gone wrong today WHITE GLOVES There is a nice custom in Ireland The Sheriff presents white gloves to the Judges at court in the case there is no criminal case for trial Now comes from one of Irelands largest cities the following more than interesting news item At the opening of the Cork Borough Sessions the Recorder was presented with white gloves Addressing those present he said Sessions after sessions It has been my great and sincere pleasure- to announce to the gentlemen who attend as grand jurors that there is nothing for them to do I almost take the liberty of calling myself a Cork man so proud am I of the community in which I livelThis Is good Catholic Ireland Never wash sambaraed skin with cold f t BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY SEPT 4 Matinees Sudsy Monday Wednesday Saturday ROSE SYDELLS LONDON BELLES Bigger better and costlier than ever before Presenting an innovation in burlesque the screamingly funny twoact musical comedy en titled IDAiZJSCJWClVG NANCYAnd a Great Vaudeville Bill Special Cut= Price Saleof BoysSchool SchoolClothing FurnishingsCaps and Shoes Going oh a- tLEWSTHIRD AND MARKET ACCIOENTjw happens where DIAMOND WALL PLASTER is used fr Kentucky Wall Plaster Co eIncorporated TELEPHONE 2267 Q KYet HENRY AJ PULS DYtER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone i63S 528 Fifth Street PT ARCHER Out Door and Flash Light- Photography Home Phone 5709 Room 44 Courier Journal Building MANHATTANRESTAURANT OTTO E YENT Proprietor Good Square Meal For 20 Cents OPEN DAY AND NIGHT S04 W J fferson Street Summer styles have arrived in Hats Cape Gloves and Umbrellas water Use warm water to which a little soothing L e i iV F IC NIUCKY xIxsII A1LIIICAl r TIlL flNDLRSON1OUT Worlds Pair Rates 700 Tuesday and Thursdays Limited Seven Days Good only in Coach and Chair Cars 1000 Limited Fifteen Days 1100 Limited Sixty Days 1300 Limited to December 15 Only line operating Free Reclining Chair Cars on all through trains toSt Louis Nos 41 and 44 are solid vestibuled traius composed of combination baggage and coach free reclining chair car Pullman observation parlor car and diner meals ala carte Runs through solid Louisville to St Louis Nos 45 and 40 are composed of vcstibuled reclining chair cars seats free and Pullman sleepers City ticket office 230 Fourth Avenue Union Depot Seventh and Water Streets L J Irwin Genl Pass Agent E M Womack City Pass Agent G H Baker City Ticket Agent A J Crone Ticket Agent Union Depot ilMMJtiI I I E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS crrJ STREETShort1 +1 I H HH II I I I I I I I I I I I HI I 1 +1 STATIONERS The Bradley UVM Co IacoaFOR1DNBran Booft Paoer Box Manufacturers 8IN ER5PeDeetsntan fthoHammonu lypiwrlttr for Kentucky Tjpewrltt tepnllei Ribbons etclorU ichlnis BOOKS LlERSCor Third and Green Sts 1 LOUISVTJJE KY M f WINES CHAMPAGNES KOLJ39- f 5 West Green Street LIQUfI M1 CIGARS OLD DSHARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE MSS EXCHANGE Louis Wabnitz Co Proprietors TV STOllkiatlattKatie A Smith formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reas onable prices All calls answered prompt ly day or night sort PHONES 1677 F OFFICE LDBAXFUNERAL AND 652 FIFTH DIRECTORt STREET CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS phono a36o 700 E Chestnut Street DRINK iI Itl6nru WhiSkU1 BOTTLED BY HENRY C LAUER 407 East Jefferson Street TELEPHONE 1140 Worlds Fair Short Line Southern Railway FdRTYTHREE MILES THE SHORTEST FASTEST AND REST TO THE wo ins fgILOOK AT THE SCHEDULE Leave Louisville 9 a m daily arrive St Louis 456 p m Solid through train of Pullman sleepers Southern Railway Standard dining car andday coaches from Louisville to St Louis without change Leave Louisville daily arrive St Louis 732 a mSolid through train from Louisville with sixteen section Pullman sleepers also free reclining chair cars All trains make close connection in Union Station at St Louis with Wabash suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair grounds ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES FROM LOUISVILLE 13 good returning until December 15 190411 good returning in sixty days 10 good returning in fifteen days Tickets will be on sale dally at the abO- veratesrr coach excursion tickets on sale every Tuesday and Thursday in August aad September good returning seven days P E Carr City Passenger and Ticket Agent 234 Fourth avenue Louisville A I Crone Depot Ticket Agent Seventh HungerfortKTMM Loateville G B Alien AwbUHt Stolliaar f Both Phones 1180 Established 1863 JOHN B RATTERMAN Successor to Mrs Geo Ratterman I FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions Allcalls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST rflfR M ANDRWI 880N3 WAGONN MANUFACTURER8 Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST OREEN ST NEWPORT COUNCIL The news that Newport had won the next Grand Council meeting of the Young Mens Institute was hailed with delight by Lafayette and the councils of Bellevue and Cincinnati Everybody was congratulating Dr Joseph Reardon at tbe meetings this week In mentioning the names of the speakers at the Lexington banquet the name of Dr Reardon was ipadvertently omitted His response to the toast Fraternity was not surpassed by any of the others The subject Vras treated in a masterly manner and was frequently warmly ap plauded Dr Reardon is a man of schol arly attainments and will doubtless be Kentuckys next Grand President RATES ARE RIGHT Frank A Geher who visited the Worlds Fair was seen after his return by the Kentucky Irish American and to its reporter stated that the Fair was far and beyond all expectation and should be seen by all Kentuckians Mr Geher expressed himself agreeably surprised at the reasonable rates prevailing people being able to secure rooms and meals be IBid at very little cost The Fair is so vast that it can not be described and only those who see it can appreciate its won derful magnificence and magnitude COMES HOME Thomas Furlong for years with tbe BradleyGilbert Printing Company who left some months ago to accept a position in Memphis has returned home Tom says there is no place like the old town after all BENEFIT EUCHRE A benefit euchre will be given next Wednesday eveaiag by a oTweU kaewn people of grata vll1eat e n l gHg HHHH WitlfifiMWi I SPEAKING OF JOB PRINTING Ii GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER IDance Invitations II Wedding Invitations is Note end jfTicketsHOME PHONE 940BKentucky Irish American = 3 2O VEST GKJ3JEDJV BTI27D7LT imm mm iMi mmmmmJJrQIl 11 mm Fourth and 0 streets beginning at 8 oclock Those who will attend are assured an evening of real enjoyment and besides they will have the satisfaction of assisting in a most laudable work for charity The prizes will be handsome and valuable HOPKINS THEATRE The handsomest vaudeville playhouse ever seen south of the Ohio will be the Hopkins Theater which was formerly Music Hall on Market street The work of remodeling the building has been going on all summer and the finishing touches are now being put on Col John D Hopkins and Manager Reichman will give local theater goers the best shows ever seen in this city having already booked nearly all the star attractions that the two leading vaudeville circuits have to offer FORTY HOURS rWith the solemn exposition of the Blessed Sacrament will be begun at St Frances of Rome church Sunday morning at the high mass the forty hours devo tron for tbo sol ern Vp evening have the a ataace local clergy The devotions willcosI with the high mass Tuesday morning VISITED NEW ALBANY The Rev Father John Boersig of St Marys church at Madison Ind has returned to his charge after a visit of several days with the fatally of Charles Miller 1611 East Main street New Albany Father Boersig has become very popular with the people of Madison since his appointment there by the Bishop of Indianapolis BACK TO JEFF Clarence Thickstun one of the most enterprisingand poplar men of beenJeffersouville who has holding ia good position with a leading Terre Haute business house has returned to his old home to accept a place with I F White sides His friends and acquaintances are glad that he will be with them again STILL HAVE HOPES I Officer John Dolan who was shot by Tom Cribblns four weeks ago is still at the City Hospital Efforts to find the bullet which entered the fleshy part of the left thigh have proved unavailing Though there is yet some apprehension his friends still have hopes of his ulti mate recoveryRECOVERING David Garvey who has been ill for nearly three months with rheumatism and for several weeks was thought to be in a critical condition was able to leave this week for Knoxville Tenn where it is hoped he will be speedily restored to perfect health His wife accompanied him MERIT SUCCESS John and August Oetken have pur chased the grocery store at Sixth and Kentucky streets and have furnished it with splendid line of groceries etc The Oetken brothers are both hustling young business men and will no doubt receive a big patronage in their new place WHY THE POPE DIDNT HAVE A TOOTH PULLED III have drawn 2000041 teeth said the dentistmonk of Rome recently before deathNo was made and the priest worked in the open air in the garden of his monastery and used no instruments but his thumb and forefinger Leo XIII was one of his clients and Pope Pius IX said to him once Dear brother I should like very much to have a tooth pulled by you Oh Holy Father IIBut it is impossible- Oh Why said the monk Because returned the Pope quietly I have none left to pull HOW TO TEACH Older people are not so far away from childhood as they sometimes like to imagine Otteu we find it easier to get near to the heart of a child if we acknowledge how near we are to him in weakness and ignorance We can often increase our store of knowledge as well as our good influence over a child if we study with him some of the thlngrwhich make him so enthusiastic It is a privilege and a duty to instruct children Bat It helps us wonderfully in gaining the friendship of a child if we look some times into his eyes when be questions us and say Little one I dont know Perhaps we can find out together We ought to know more than children know but since the number of things knowable lainfinitewecan not have lew to learn that children have A good teacher 18f always aa eager learner yi- w oD q- ia u RECENT DEATHS John Michals twentynine years old a cooper by trade died Monday at hisI home 1900 High avenue and was burled Wednesday morning from St Anthonys church He was a brother of Peter Jacoband Henry Michals who survive him The deceased bad been a sufferer from a complication of diseases for some time before his death Michael Neary aged fifty years wasI stricken with apoplexy Wednesday even ing and died at the home of his niece Mrs John Kelly 1807 High street The deceased bad been in his usual health and the news of his sudden death was aIshock to all who knew him His funeral took place from St Patricks church Friday morning the interment being in St Louis cemetery Thomas Monyhau an old resident and former Deputy Jailer died Tuesdayafter noon at his home 723 Shelby street New Albany after llong illness of kidney trouble The deceased was well known and respected throughout Floyd county I nod was a devout member of Holy Trinity ralservices were es his nd two The news of the death of John Graham Sr last Tuesday evening was received withexpressions of regret throughout the West End where he was well and favorably known He resided at 42 Short street with his daughter Miss Mamie and three sons William Frank and John The funeral took place from St Cecilias church Thursday morning with solemn high mass of requiem for the repose of his soul Mrs Hannah Conroy an aged and re spected member of St Patricks congregation was released from earthly suffer ing last Sunday Her death followed a lingering illness during which the bor her sufferings with Christian fortitude and when the end came she was fortified by the last sacraments of her church and surrounded by her five children two sons and three daughters Her funeral took place from St Patricks church Tuesday morning The angel of death entered the home of Mr and Mrs Theodore Herp 749 East Green street Monday evening and took from them their beloved daughter Rosalia who was just blooming into prospectforMiss Herp had a kind and sweet disposition and was general favorite with all her friends who feel the keenest sym pathy for the bereaved parents and relatives The funeral and burial services took place Thursday morning from St Martins church and were attended by a large concourse of relatives and friends HOW TO ASSIST AT LOW MASS According to the rubrics of the missal all assisting at low mass should kneel during the whole service except at the gospel Custom however has modified the law as follows First When the celebrant enters the sanctuary all should rise They remain standing until the priest descends to the altar to begin mas when all should kneelSecondThey remain kneeling until the gospel As the altar boy ascends to place the missal on the left side of the standingduringCredo should it be said until the celebrant says Dominus vobiscum ThirdWhile the priest is making the announcements or preaching the people should be seated If the gospel is read to the congregation they should stand Fourth Should the Credo be said the congregation genuflects with the priest in the et incarnatus est at the words et homo factus eat II Fifth After Dominus vobiscum all sit down and continue so till the Sanctus when they should reverently kneel Thus they should remain during the priests communion and also during the communion of the faithful should there be any to receiv- eSixthWhen the priest receives the first ablution all may alt down Seventh They kneel again however as soon as he goes to the book Eighth After the blessing all rise and genuflectingatNinth When the priest descends from the altar they kneel and recite with him the prayers after maw Tenth Not until the priest has retired personleavetbe ONE R PAT At a certain lectnife the other day the lecturer was speak about the British empire He said tfctttbe sun never sets on the lenglieh d Ioni saidDo c Y LecturerI suppose it is because the English dominions are spread over so many parts of the world that as the sun sets in one place it rises in another Irishman No sure an its because Providence couldnt trust an Englishman in the dark COUNTRY OUTING The people of the Church of St Francis of Assisi will have a country outing and lawn festival on Tuesday and Wednesday of next week Plenty of amusements and refreshments of all kinds will be pro vided and all who desire can spend a most pleasant evening in the country The church is situated at the intersection of Cherokee Park and Seminary Lane and is easy of access SCHOOLS OPEN MONDAY The Catholic parochial schools will open Monday though nothing more will be done than to enroll the pupils who will be given opportunity to celebrate Labor day in the afternoon These schools are now very largely attended and afford an immense saving to the State which contributes nothing to their support LAST SUNSET RIDE Vaily Council Y M L will give the last sunset eiZttPlon of the season this evening on the steameP lunlbIai which will leave the foot of First strei Q oclock There will be music dancing refreshments etc As this one is given 0for charity it is expected many will enjoy the delightful river ride MADE HERE Speaking of the improvements at St Augustines church at Manchester N H the Emerald specially notes the mar ble altars which were made in Kentucky The main altar is exceedingly fine and Lost 10000 The rector Rev Father forethis altar LAWN FETE Father Felten and the members of St Augustines colored church have prepared for a great lawn fete next Tuesday and Wednesday nights An elaborate and original programme has been arranged for the friends of the church and pastor who are assured an evening of real pleas ure VISITS SISTER Rev Dean Thomas J Hays rector off St Josephs church Bowling Green is in New York visiting his sister Mrs Curtin and other relatives Father Hayes will be absent another week but may spend a few days in this city while en route home ANOTHER NEW CONVENT The Lebanon Enterprise says the Nazareth Convent near Bardstown is to be torn down and a new one erected The new building it is said will be com pleted some time next yearI- NDISCRETION Every day we can read in our papers of the indiscretion of some young girl These young girls seem to become women before they are well in their teens Some thing must be wrong with their training It is not confined to any portion order class or nation but seems to be of a gen eral character From the lowest born in poverty to the highest born in the pur ple of therich they can not be restrained from their strong wayward way They desire to break away from parental con trol as soon as possible We are inclined to believe that the cause is the over indulgence of parents to their children and especially if they be daughters They never learn obedience at home No matter how young they may be they will not obey their parents and their foolish parents will not compel them Hence the seed of disobedience and way wardness is planted in the young breast and matures as the child does bringing trouble and trials to the child and sorrow to the parents If every child should be made to learn what Obedience means we would hear less of the foolish young girl The only son of the family was rather refractory and his mother finding gentle words of no avail sought to reprove him by means of sterner measures A lively chase ensued between mother and son and the latter as a last resource darted under the bed where he was afe from further pursuit When the father arrived home and had listened to his wifes complaints he set off to punish the young hopeful He went down upon his knees and directly lifted the valence of the bed He was greeted with the excited query Hullo dad Is the after you too- Summer squash is at its bet when about the size of an egg It should be boiled whole and pared ad the seed taken out afterward r uw r l PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery untilnrnnerlv a eel ss K T xEPHONE 1389 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau Pilsen1 r Beer- s BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BREw11c 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inaugurate a safe and fast day service between Lcuisville and St Louis in each direction and will improve the time and equipment generally of all trainS between these points Three daily trains will be operated in each direction on the following safe schedules between Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville 830 a in 9 p m and 7 a m arrive St Louis 616 p m 720 a m and 616 p m The equipment is brand new just from the shops of the most modern vestibule pattern and is as fine as on any train operating in or out of Kentucky The 830 a m train through without change of cars wilt be composed of Pullman observation parlor cars free reclining chair cars dining cars and high back seat passenger coaches The 9 p m train through without change of cars will con sist of Pullman sleeping cars free reclining chair cars and high back seat pas senger coaches The dining cars on day trains will serve meals a la carte you pay only for what you get All trains will leave from and arrive in the Seventhstreet Union depot Louis ville arriving at and departing from the magnificent new Union Station St Louis For any other information call upon E M Womack City Passenger Agent 230 Fourth avenue Louisville or P G Cnnningham Traveling Passenger Agent 206 North Broadway St Louis GRAND OUT OP TOWN EXCURSION Sunday August 28 Big Four Route to the Indiana gas belt Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at 7 oclock a m Extremely low roundtrip rates as follows Rushville 1 Knighttown 1 Anderson 125 Alexandria 125 Ma rion 150 Tickets on sale at city ticket depotSJS5S9 CALIFORNIA AND RETURN 5559 Via Big Four Route On sale August 15 to September 9 Louisville Com mandary Kbiehts Templar special train leaves Louisville August 23 Rate open to the public Send for itinerary givlnK full particulars S J Gates General Agent J en n r i ploeIixill ark Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings 7 greatlyimproved Parties closingcontracts QO TO Pioneer Bottling House r FOR rr STRAIGHT WHISKIES q BIG JUG AT DOOR Ja P DAw1y913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Station HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS J SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 W GREEN esor BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago AND AU POINTS IM INDIANA and MICHIGAN Cleveland Buffalo New York BostonA- ND ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished oil application at City Ticket Office Big wrltetoSIt PMeengwAgtLouisville ha- r S voy V i- X T fe KENTueXYIRJ8 AM RI0A1 T J tun11 It H t t In+ H itH t H H School Beginsand more cares are added to tIle housewifes day Burdens can be lightened by bu- yingMothers Bread For Goodness Sal e Dont Valte tftttttt+ ttttttttttt1nI I I I I 1 I 1 1 I I I 1 I I I 1 11 I I+ftI1I tUI +414+ THE BEST DRY ROASTED COFFEEin town at these prices Try ONE dol lars worth and Ill sell you many more dollars worth 8 Iba Good 6 Iba Special 1005lbs5 atoga i4lbs H 3 lbs Tea at the Price Per lb 450 MULLOYCOFFEE f ti I tlomePhonllJ2J S2114 v 1oXARICE1 STREET tI 1 I 111 HI I I I H H I I 11 HnIHH+I+I 1 I I IIH1H1 f I I IuI r ASK ALL THE QUESTIONS 7r You wish when you call at our store to examine our HighGrade PianosWe are pleased when yon are particular on this point The pur chase of a Piano is not an everyday occurrence with you You buy for a lifetime and SAPS BUYING requires time thought and careful investigation We want you to be satisfied that money left here for a Piano will secure for you a trustworthy and reliable instrument MontenegroRiehm Music Co errsot3o PouRrS AVENUE GAS RANGES We dont sell BUT if you one from your own stove we will so that you can pay for- tt it on KentuckyHeatthgt99TaloplOrilt5j +++++t- yy rpSR i c Fli- l6I 4 IIGarriafl6s 230232- W MAIN STREETL- OUISVILLE K- YttttHH MochaJava ioo- Best ON EASY TERMS ranges purchase dealer arrange EASY OM5IWSIS i J P BANNON HJ BANNOtf ROBT BURRELL n P BANNON JR President VlcePros Gen Mgr Secretary Treasurer Kentucky 1thIe fin UUi I VITRIFIED INCORPOR- ATUDMarsufaoturore PAVING aP BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W Jefferson St Works Magnolia Ate Bet 9th and 10ft ITELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 BNOS Educatesrie Young PeopleF- orBusiness Good Employment and Succea jt OAU on WRIT von FIJI P iNronuATtoH Uiln IIBint Business11lA1Nsnasrs n College SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE c rteu In an KI BGANT PARLOR DINING CART E H BACON District Passenger AgehU Lotilsvllls KYtt FRAKK J BED G n ral Co H ROCKWKLL Trace J agec WHHcDOXCFfMldoe sad G a rsl Maaagef U U ssn 000V eVV VV V JBACON soN- S rCIAL OFFERINGS IN MUSLIN UNDERWEAR Its a certainty that cotton is high yet it doesnt seem so with us because our undergarments are so reasonably priced Then the making too and of course the dainty trimmings must be added to make the values more in teresting to economical buyers DRAWERS GOWNS 39CregularI Ocbroiderym15cbroiderySKIRTS CORSET COVERS 25Candwith fine C I 1 39CembroiderCambric Skirts choice of several nicely tucked 48coI tom0000 o 000000 IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges A large party from Longford visit Lanesboro for the purpose of presenting the address from the people of the town to the Rev W Murray on the occasic of his promotion from the administrator ship of Longford to parish priest of Rail cline What has been called the All Irelan championship handball tournament wJo decided on Sunday at the JfcaJ 1 tSurt playersincCac iif Michael OBrien of Fermoy and the former won A new department has been added to he sphere of the educational activities of he Ursuline Convent St Marys Water- ford It will afford exceptional advantages to the young ladies who have completed the usual school course of studies ly enabling them to fit themselves for the practical duties of home life The ecclesiastical authorities of the liocese of Waterford and Lismore by posters and otherwise have drawn the attention of the public to a resoMIoa passed at the meeting of the hierarchy on June 26 1901 against Catholics join- Ing the royal navy until suitable arrangements are made to minister to the piritual wants of Catholic seamen in the leetThe rainstorms of August have inundated large tracts of country in County Donegal and oats potatoes and other rops which promised exceedingly well lave been greatly damaged Tullydish ridge and Newmills bridge have been tarried away and some live stock are nissing At Milfield the sudden rush of eaters swamped game burrows and numbers of rabbits were drowned- In Dublin the ceremony of unveiling theII 08 Newgate memorial at St Vlicbans Park Green street was per formed in the presence of a large gather- Ing of Irish Nationalists The memorial xmsists of a figure of Erin six feet high In Irish limestone with the wolf dog and broken Celtic cross at the base The pedestal of the statue is of Irish granite nearing medallion portraits of Lord Edward Fitzgerald and John and Henry Sheares on the front and side panel respectivelyA waterspout occurred in the Quucrana district resulting in fearful Roods Thousands of acres were uadei water and cattle were caught by the hoods and carried away Never in the history of the oldest inhabitants had such ftoods been sees It is feared that there will be a heavy loss of cattle sheep etc which were grazing close to the river The flood came down with fearful rapidity and the county road at Burnfool was entirely covered with water and rendered impassable Among the many attractive examples f Irish home and cottage industries Q the Dublin Oireacbtas exhibition tUwere more charming than their ngs mbroideries etc from tltc c oaventof the Franciscan missionarfag of Mary at ough Glynn Couay Uncommon Though the schools matter the manage went of the Sifters liaye only been open a little over six OatlY 130 girls are already being raised and the reeDIts as may be sees from the specimens oi heir work sow on view at the Rotunda are most promising A disgraceful attack was made by a lumber of Orange rowdies on a private excursion party at the outskirts oi ougbgall The party which numbered ifteeni the majority of whom were women and children left Armagh in an open brake for a drive round the country Just after pawing through the village of rougbgall the excursionists who were given no offenwwbatever were set upon in the most ruffianly fashion by an Orange mob who atoned them merci lesely following them for almost a uarter ofamile Several of the occu pants of the brake were struck with fonei and hadJt not been for the pre enct of mind of a number of the ladieS inputting up their umbrellas several of lest would have received twety wound M it WM the unbrellM were split epos ith the stones Thecowardlyu1laMai nrig their attack kept eeaikiMONe 1 t n IRISHH SOCIETYDIRECTORY A O HD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan Vice President Joseph W Dougherty Recording SecretaryThomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank etree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh = j i Meets iI nvftdiPresldehiC j Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording Secretary Edward J Kei ranFinancIal Secretary Joim T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION a Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas Quinn Vice President Joseph Cooney Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Burns1B07TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeontatArmPat Begley DIVISION 4- Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 516 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerJohn P HsQee DIVISION 1 JEFPSRSONVILLB Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfwts Hall County President John Kenney County Vice President J B Murphy President Robert Gleason Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording Secretary J G Cbfe Financial Secretary Thos OEera Treasurer Martis Goss- SentinelAlphoeso Constantine tatMIllMicliaell WGOB Y Ik fl Ji MACKEtC COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday l vesags at ClubHouse 530 Twen1psizth Street ShelleyFirst P Shaugh nessyi Second Vice President Fredl Here Recording Secretaaj Frank Adams Haancial Secretary Dan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- Corresponding Secretary 0rank P JlurkeTreasurerFTabk MwjfcyMarshal Inside Sentine1FranltLanaban Outside SentlaelIohaSchaefer TRIKKBY COUNCIL 230 Meets Eveay Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street JCooneyFiratSecond Vice President Joetpt F Bell Recording Secretary Brail K Mouth Corresponding Secretwrj Arthur C L uer Financial Secretary Kobert G Goo belTreasurerWilllaa N Gast MarshalM FMerris Inside Sentineli Jacob Pfalzer OutsIde SentinetM F Ziegler cursing the Pope There were no policemen visible although the police barrack is only ashort distance from the scene of thentrapM- otherTtresa Covjley of the Mafe king South Africa Convent of Mercy baa just arrived home on a visit to her native Coaoty Meath It will be remembered that the devoted nuns of the Mercy order reffewed to leave the tows when threatened witba siege audi notwith itMuK +g the strong repreeentotfotitf of Sefc Baden Powell bravely remained at tusk poets and were constant inttheir atteHence on the woBBded When the Lowe was relieved Mother Theresa came jack to England to raise fund for the rebuilding of their couyent which had been wrecked She was tent forto Windsor by the late Queen who personally lecorated her with tike Victoria CraM for women Mother Teresa was also the ecipjeat of a good mm of money from rarioua admirere of the guns splendid ievotlon to duty and the convent of Xafeking Wu reaftl r by the Imperial GoverDHleJlt SheJl slow vWtipg IwJ- aDd for tbeMirMHMiol tmcwrimc poets 1tslCHtUftMWVIttifX IfI U lII HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekQeneral- News Notes Stonington Conn has a Hibernian cadet company of fifty members lbe wlUlbelegters H9 consolikrnIdation olihenumerous divisions in thet Roxbury and Hampden sections It is about time something was heard t organIlzetion will not only be the most important j but the largest held for many years j Division 3 of Worcester Mass thirty five years in existence has paid out 19II 000 in sick benefits since its institution Division 4 of St Paul lays claim to being the largest division in the United States It is entitled to ten delegates in the State convention Harmony has been restored in Rhode Island President Dolans letter reinstat ing the suspended divisions having been received by the State officers Division 6 of Springfield one of the strongest divisions in Massachusetts is to hold a fair during the month of Octo ber Iet us have a union fair in Louis villeDivision 7 of Minneapolis closed its contest for new members by conferring the four degrees on a large class last Thursday night the team of Division 3 doing the work- Division 3 meets Monday night This and the Ladies Auxiliary are the only Hibernian bodies that meet next week President Qnlnn would like to see a large attendance of members and visitors Montana Hibernians held their State convention at Missoula last week In addition to the State and division officers there were twentyfour delegates representing the 1200 members now in the orderCounty President McGoey has been making nightly visits to the ten divis ions of St Paul exhorting them to be up and doing for the coming big initiation which it is hoped will increase the order in Ramsey county by several hundred Last Sunday afternoon the members of Division 1 of Duluth turned out la full force in the parade attending the laying of the cornerstone of the net French Catholic church of St Jean de Baptiste Division 4 also participated in the cere moniesThe banquet which will be tendered the National officers by the St Paul Hibernian on September 12 will be at the Hotel Ryan the finest ud most commodious in the city It wl be an exclusively Hibernian affair with the possible exception of a few State county and city officials Every present member who secures one initiation the day before will be entitled to a seat at tbi banquet as will also his candidate The indications are that the number whowill receive the degrees on September will go over 200 BUCKINOHAM The London Belles pronounced this seasons premier burlesque show comes next to the Buckingham Theater For this season the company has secured a live and funny twoact musical comedy entitled Dazzling Nancy that is an urlesqueAinongtheIvaudeville features of will be the Rlchiea In their celebrated staging and dancing act and Kenney and Hollis popular comedians vocalists and Impersonators MASONIC THEATER tlA Modern Viking cornea to the Masonic Theater next Monday for a weeksj engagementt It is a jolly comedy drMM with a Western flavor and has pleased large audiences wherever presented Tie Masonic is giving a good elms of attmc tloM this MMon and should do a CM bmtJaeM A gaa or jprolfce stave should nut M plAcei1n aveiadow nors diret MM- et 4raitr r n ton TUB Giias fl Rollers BOOK GO PRAYER BOORS AND ROSARIEST- O SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a can and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 W Jefferson Street tIt8of II II I I II HIH +II+H+HHHHHH11H11HIFH ii 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 Special prices to dealers hotels boarding houses and all orders of five gal Ions or over We make and ship all kinds of Cream and Sherbet Capacity 100 gallons per hour 1 1 Moms Phone 2144 Cumb Phone Main 389 62 z to 633 asioiMMa sor HHiHMMi1 I I H HI H N I I H 1 1133hiHtIHHlttM14I I Established March 11 1868 PHONE 893 Incorporated BLATZ KREBS STONE Feb41891CO Proprietor of 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