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F fi F7 rtsy ra F x Jnqx F 4 1- S KENTUCKY IRI VOLUME XIV NO 26 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MHHMt t + UMMt MMM + M t t t tt JAMES GREENE 4252729 EAST MARKET STREET jA SAFE PLACE Y + + TO BUY YOUR t Furniture Carpets t Stoves and Ranges Where prices are conceded by the public and competitors alike to be the lowest in Louisville We invite special attention to our Carpet Department which embraces all grades in a splendid variety of patterns Elegant Rugs 9x12 Extra Good Quality Brussells a 1600 Fancy Japanese Mattings 1211 =2 to 25c 1r H t PIANOSEveryin addition to its actual commercial value the extra value of QUALITY that is peculiarly a characteristic of the line of instruments we carry dickering Decker Son Haines Bros Conover Kingsbury- AND TEN OTHERS OF RENOWN- You can have one of those elegant Pianos placed in your home and become the absolute owner of it on the EASY PAYMENT PLAN if you so desire Phone or write us if inconvenient to call MONTENEGRO = RIEHM MUSIC CO Eta 163O FOURTH VENUE +Ii II 1 I I I I I I I HMMMMMHIII I UNION ICE CREAM CO- If e you want a nice dessert for your dinner telephone us your order Finest Vanilla Cream per gal COr to75cPeach Strawberry Chocolate 75c P to 85c 100 Brick Cream four flavors per gal Praidest- nd 8TRB8T3 Isidhg taking kinds Sherbert gal to Charlotte Russe 25c 35c Butter Sweet SpeciaUyIUNION ICE CREAM CO 627633 EIGHTH STREET Special attention to shipping orders Home phone 2144 Cumb main 1 I I H 11 I I I H H IIIIH I HMMHHI KRANZ BROS 11ii DRUGGISTS 16th and Walnut 22nd and Jefferson We handle a full line Fresh Drugs and pay par ticular attention to our Prescription Department SODA WATERas served by us givesI BOTH PHONES BOTH PLACES 1+H I I H 1 HI MHH I IM HHHI I I HH 11 H HHI I I H I I I I II I11io8 SPPNCER l export AaoU taRt I MAIN xTtI AND v CAPT HENDRICKS VACATION Capt James Hendricks of the police is a ten days vaca tion tfce first one forajlong Ume Capt Htndrickc fading tome of his time k of New Albany with hit old frltad Cupt Thomas Cannon of the et r J All of per 60c 75c I per bowl 50cMilk and Cream a 389 i of I I s QUICWMEALBTEELRANGES BAKE WELL LOOK WELL LASTWEU UaJtlKMilMllMkI department OIItIikloblbe QUICK MEAL GAS Bast I 1 In Ths World Awarded first prize at the St Louis 1Worlds1 QEHER 217 Market St near Second 14 For Butlocss Good Employment and SuccewJ i CALL OR Want lea Wit IHfOBUATION J LOUISVLLEKY tpolicec1rlauellt RANGES SON Educates Young People Business College FATHER LAWLER HERE ITbe Rev father Wm Lawler O P until recently stationed at St Louis Ber trand convent in this city came down from Somerset Ohio to attend the first mass to be cjilebrated by father Me Hugh opuorrffcr He al o witnMMd the McDonof hKlwaa ttaptlal c reia onie i seeiETY E11 Miss Ada Dillon will entertain her euchre club on Monday Miss Nora McDonough is visiting friends at Floyd Knobs Ind Miss Hannah Garritty spent last week with Mrs Otto Christtnan at Shelbyville Miss Mary Cunniff has gone to New York and other points to spend a merited vacation Miss Marie Con of Owensboro visited her mother Mrs M Cox in Portland last Sunday Miss Edwin Berry of Nolin Ky is the guest of Miss Mayme Higgins of South Louisville Miss Edith Malone has returned from a New York academy where she spent the past school year IudKe Matt ODoherty expects to spend a part of his summer vacation in the Rocky Mountains Mrs John T Welch and daughter of Beechmont are spending a few enjoy able days at Dawson Springs Miss Frances Pettibone has returned from Nazareth Academy and spending her vacation with her parents Augustus J Bizot attorney and State Auditors agent will spend part of his summer vacation at Lake Champlain Mrs W r Semonin and charming daughters Miss Camille and May have gone to Jeffersontown to spend several weeks Rick Quinn Herman Krebs and Officer Dan Sexton left Thursday for Martins ville Ind where they expect to remain a week Daniel Monaghan of Lafayette Ind is the guest of his cousins Misses Mary and Katie Foley of 609 East Elm street New Albany Mrs Will Mackin and sister in law Miss Regina Mackin left Saturday to spend a few weeks with friends and rela tives at Lebanon F J Buttimer of New Castle Ky who submitted to a prompt surgical operation at Graystreet Infirmary is on the road to recovery Thomas M Barry and bride formerly Miss Elizabeth OKeefe returned from their bridal trip Monday night and are temporarily at the Waverley Hotel James E Hannon and bride formerly Miss Mary Virginia Barrett have begun housekeeping and are at home to their many friends at 10254 Baxter avenue John Daum one of the efficient members of the Times composing zoom forceii pent the week at Cannelton Ind as the guest of his aged father and brother Miss Kittie Patterson of Chicago is the guest of Mrs Margaret Patterson at 2609 West Main street The fair visitor is the recipient of many social attentions Miss Josie Schmuck has returned from Indianapolis where she went to attend the turnfest While in the Hoosier capital she t was the guest of Mrs Henry leddrick Master Willie Nevin son of Alderman Joseph Nevin is home enjoying his vacation after a hard year of workat St Marys College His friends were glad to welcome him back Thomas Keyer Jr of Memphis Tenn pent the present week in Louisville as- the guest of his brother John B Keyer He sailed for Europe today and will spend several months nbroad Mrs Andrew Kast who submitted to I severe surgical operation at St Josephs Infirmary several weeks ago has beeu removed to her home where she is slowly but steadily improving Miss Mary Pretty who was operated on at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital- ast Tuesday is progressing favorably and will soon be able to be removed to- her home 103 Seventeeth streettr Mr and Mrs John A Muckelbauer have announced the engagement of their daughter Mavmie to Mr Hugo L chaefer The wedding will be solemnized at St Donifa es church on August 2 John Grogan the popular salesman tor J M RobinsonNorton Company md his sister Miss Maggie Grogan left Tuesday for Lebanon to spend a week as the guest of their sister Mrs John W laskey Joseph C Pope who has made a hit on- the vaudeville stage is visiting this his former home after an absence of twelve years While here he is the guest of his JridgeAttorney Joe Conkling will soon leave For Ntw York where he expects to make a study of legal procedure the metropolis of the Empire State He intends to combine business with pleasure and will remain away two weeks Albert P Gohmanu and Miss Marienna Yost popular young people of New AI bony who were married by the Rev ather Bowie at St Maiya pn Wedn a day morning have gone to housekeep lug alc601Caet Fourth street Mitt Joel Watthi f8t Louie lift tw her home last Suuday after a please visit to Miss Ella OConuell on Has Washington street She was favorably impressed by her warm reception and would like to return here to reside David Parkhill Clerk of the Board of Aldermen will remain about Louisville but will take a cottage dear Mooresville Ind on the knobs forthe summer Mayor Grainger will spend his vaca tion this summer at Saratoga and will bie there during most of the month of Au gust During his absence President Barth of the Board of Aldermen will be acting Mayor D J Meagher the we11 know n Seventhstreet grocer left Monday nigh for Solomon Kas where he will be the guest of relatives until September HisI friends hope that he will return greatly benefited in health after his sojourn iin the Sunflower State Miss Agnes Dugan who is cashier and bookkeeper for one of St Louis largest mercantile houses paid a flying visit to Louisville Sunday Her father Stationkeeper Martin Dugan is proud of the success his daughter is achieving in the Queen City of the West Miss Katie Manion and Dan Hartnett were married at St Cecilias church on Wednesday afternoon the Rev Father Anthony Brady officiating After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Hartnett held reception at the home of the bride mother before leaving for a honeymoon trip Mrs Alex T Collins of Mt Pleasant Pa who spent a pleasant visit in Louisville as the guest of her fatherinlaw Col Jerry B Collins returned home last Saturday She brought with her to Louisville her fouryearold son and mother and child were made much of during their visit here John Nadorff of Nadorff Bros on Second street between Market and Jefferson will leave Monday for a three weeks trip to Yellow Stone Park and the North west He is a popular and energetic member of Mackin Council Y M I and he has the best wishes of his friends for a safe journey and an enjoyable vaca lion Miss Nellie Frances Scanlon and George Allen Daily went quietly to New Albany last Priday and were united in matrimony by the Rev Father Faller pastor of St Mary3 church They did not announce their wedding until Sun day Mr Dailey is a popular young lawyer while his bride is a charming young lady of the West End The engagement of Michael McNally and Miss Mary McDermott has been an nounced The prospective bridegrooms a clerk in the employ of the Illinois Central railroad while Miss McDermott is one of the prettiest girls on West Ormsby avenue The exact date for the wedding has not been fixed but the young couple are arranging for a bridal tour I John B Keyer the popular engineer his sister Miss Mary Keyer and his two children Adelaide and Harry Keyer left Tuesday for Detroit Montreal St Johns Lake and other points in the North They will not return until September 1 Before leaving many of Mr Keyers friends called at his home 1625 West Chestnut street to wish him and his fam ily a pleasant journey Mr John E Coll wife of one of the best known business men in Jefferson ville and an active worker for St Augustines church was this week stricken with appendicitis and on Thurs day it was believed an operation would have to be performed to save her life Mrs Coll was a Louisville girl before her marriage and her many friends in this city will regret to learn of her illness Miss Maud Mitchell and Mr Leonard Clayton were united in matrimony atI St Georges church at4 oclock Wednesday i afternoon the Rev Father George Weiss officiating The bride was popular West End girl and for some prior to her marriage was stenographer for Mr P H Callahan General Manager of the Louisville Varnish Company The groom holds a responsible position with the Louisville Planing Mill Both yeung people are deservedly pop liar and their friends wish them many yenta of unalloyed bliss James Fitzpatrick and Miss Annie Wells who were married in Jefferson villa Tuesday night were remarried by the Rev Father P M J Rock on Wednesday They had arranged to be married by the Very Rev Father Volz but at the last minute the brides parents raised objections to the union Without more ado the young people crossed to effersonville and were married by a- Msgistrate Upon their return home the parents of the bride relented and Father Rock was called upon to perform the rites according to the Catholic church Mise Blanche Tnlly and John A West fall were united in matrimony by the Rev Father scbubmann at the Cathe dral of the Assumption on Friday even ing After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Westfall were tendered a reception at the home of the brides aiter Mrs Claude KlkiDfl 1014 Second street The young coupleJ are now touriBg the Cumberland mountains On thdrj return they will rwdde ou Brtckinridjire street between IIc Y Ch Owing Grand Ci unusual at the me Tuesday ni were Lour George Laut Hund and Wi represent Trinii Council The I at Newport in i will elect its di Monday FATHER St The Rev Father S to his bed in Sts M Hospital His friends at St Michaels hope fc covery FATHER WHITE IM oahassSts Mary and Elizabeth Host the past ten days is improviti soon be able to return to his rec ST PATRICKS SCHOOL St Patricks parochial school prosperous session during the past s year The commencement e ses were held June 19 Lad the grad es were Martin Fallahay Margaret ook and Margaret MayO Farrell Miss Farrell received the highest honors PLANS FOR HOME At the last meeting of Trinity Council Y 1M I Architect James J Gaffney submitted plans for the new home which will soon be erected on Baxter avenue The meeting was well attended despite the warm weather Eight mem bers were obligated and fourteen appli cations were received SUFFERED RELAPSE It is with profound regret that the Kentucky Irish American records the relapse of Ben H Saltenbrock a member of Mackin Council and publisher of the- Y M I Magazine After partial recov ery Mr Saltenbrock was again stricken with Brights disease during the present week and now lies in serious condition at Norton Infirmary His speedy re covery is hoped for- FONTAINE FERRY PARK Paul Conch s the Army Hercules will be the headliner at Fontaine Perry Park next week Kelly and Violette will furnish an attractive feature at Hopkins Pnviliion Besides there will be an additional attraction in the Igorrote village where barbarians from the far off Philippines will proceed to eat dogs according to their native custom On the night of July 4 there will be a grand display of fireworks and on Saturday night the fireworks programme will be repeated DISORDERLY SALOONS CLOSED The License Board composed of Judge McCann F J Herrmann aud Col Harry M Brennan will not stand for disorderly houses The board this week revoked the liquor licenses of two saloons one at 642 West Green street and another at Eleventh and Main streets In the first named case it was shown that carousals had beencarried on in the place all night and in the last named case it was shown by tliepolice that three robberies had been committed In the place during the Confederate reunion FAVORED CATHOLICS An unnamed writer says In every community large ot small theJCatholics who command universal respect are those who most strictly andjexactly live up to the rules of their church who admit no compromise in principle or practice Their position is known on every question and they are spared useless approaches or dubious propositions They are trusted and honored They are on the best of friendly terms with their fellowcitizens of all creeds and are looked upon as pillars of the State as well as of the church Model citizens these active and energetic in public life always on the side of law and order I Unswerving loyalty to the teaching of their church has compelled the high esteem in which they are held REMOVESSCORCHES i Scorches can be removed from linen or calico by applying the following mix tnrePlace half in onion bruisedand boiled with a t spoonful of vinegar half square inch of yellow soap and a teaspoonful of ful rs earth Smear on the scorched sari tee and wash in four hours To tilt the pa tyofcoftfpo rco- JdterouitIftlzeateiueI ic a brownish hue it Jygy be concluded that there ii shlcory it c I1 ii1- L m And you DONl YOUR LAu UNITED LAUi 1 Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY ss GOODS CALLED FOR ANfi BOTH PHONES 1188493732 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR 6R 33 8 3 I 111 I I I 11 InlIIIHIII 41iflIF LOUISWHUGELMEYER First Class Sample Room t15 Year Old Edgewater and all leading braves of Kentucky Whiskies a specialty I Nome Phone 4320 S W GOR CHESTNUT AND CENTER 5TS Elegant Counter Lunch GIVE TIE A CALL 1t ff 1 f f f f f f f dHtJI IIIT I IINIIYItI- fIthe l6rable itbert tompart Stationers Printer Binders Booksellers Both Phones 3390 inaonronaree Htpmcntatioet of the SatwuoiMl typewriter forlteltfllckVt typewriter Suppllw Ribbons etct for all macbines 000 Blank Palkrmatia 1 1tor ttbtrb anb Green Sta o Xoufs DR JT CHA Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HOUSE SHOE Horses Called For and Delivered OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 10071009 W8BOAD H H H H H t tn u+ T DEARINO President c Manage IC C T DEARINQ Incorporated PRrNCiiAN PRINTING BINDING AND t BLANK BOOK MANUFA tCu ab Pawie Mali J5MA I J iu + SAFE IN KENTUCKY John Meagher and his fam ily have returned to Louisville to make their home and are now residing at 1304 First street Two years agotJietree moved toWiYbingtoDcwber they- expected to residee neatly but continued illheaHb Mr Meagher to bring hie fins to their old ken tuck years h Book sad G esteemed 360 L IxIR prominent In Frankfort bovine s Prom there jie cametaLbip- sratory to hw rehipvaL capital her iYc d j r 1f f1- j i t J A ir 1 l M3H A1 SNIatCCAloT e eight bntinue to IN LOUISVILLE c ergy and laity in the city uisville have reason to feel sonably Ewell satisfied with the 5qgress of Catholicity in this city In recent years While no great increase has been made in the Cath olic population the increase has been steady and healthful and has kept up with the natural growth of the city Nearly onefourth of the population of the city is Catholic With thirtyone churches the Cath w ptdatjon is well served in iry OTiarier The parochial hools connected with the various ngregations are of ashigh standard as similar schools in the most pro gressive congregations of the coun try As schools and academies for tiigher education for boys and young women those in Louisville tank well up with the colleges throughout the land Many of the archest are out of debt and some e congregations are contem k building new church edi wschools The rectors of churches in the city are ception devoted to their this being the case it t the members of their tions are also devoted and we to their religious duties are liberal contributors to all Fnterprises for the cause of religion Thd education In nearly every congregation the atnollc societies arq strong and filing workers for the cause of rtbolicity In one congregatio- nt may be the Ancient Order of Uibefnians in another the St Vin de u In another the Cath he Knights of Colum ouog Mens Institute- e lead in promoting s or aiding enterprises nod of the church In I pastorsIsocieties are coming to be S ey never have been- ITTRADE J 1 heto oods would inter de to enforce the ulate railroad rates so rge shippers would not be 4r to take advantage of smaller ones would also interfere with trade and Congress hesitates about pass ing a stringent rate law Everything even human life must be sacrificed when necessary to help the business interests The rich contractors and railroad mag nates who own millions of acres of land want the Chinese to develop these lands They want cheap Chinese labor on the plea that it will help trade China is the greatest slave country in the world Of a population of 400000000 over onefourth are slaves and it is pro posed by some to allow this horde to come to the United States with out restriction to benefit trade To benefit what trade Certainly not the trade of the common people The Chinese exclusion act may have been forced on Congress by Dennis Kearney an unlettered man but had he and his followers failed it would have been disastrous to this country The taw iinstead of being modified should be strengthened We can get along without the Chinese trade The Irish people the world over should feel proud of the present Parliamentary leader John E Red mond He is one of the ablest statesmen in Europe today and well qualified tohold any position in the British Government from Prime Minister down Mr Redmond is the greatest of modern parliamenta rians a fine debater a man of great intellect and splendid courage Not since OConnells time has Ireland produced a man of John E Red monds ability He has a bright future before him especially if the coming Parliament should chance to be Liberal and the indications are that it will be Redmond can bring about home rule if any one canNow is the season of the year when the small boy who can not Swim a lick goes to the river with the boy who can swim It loojcs easy to him and he ventures in The result is that the Coroner has many calls fromJune until October tOlit on the dead bodi fJigur atively speaking of dead boys who did not learn to swim rOa pityI the dlrdsoot provide a safe place In thflfeer where boys tofu go m swjmmV Bkjilearri to s- wimeat w11 n ore cert eom chased ogress int unde- rerinchief composing- y and not father of the has taken pre begin the build fall sewer to drain- southwestern part ore his term expires will be the sale of citys stock in the Gas which is expected to 000 Whatever may be jf the policy of disposing as stock few will contend the building of adequate j The city needs sewers than anything else The or tried to get sewers through and issue but this plan failed an cconly way left open to him was 1cpropose the sate of the gas stock It is for the General Coun cil to decideif this is to be carried out Nearly every one will spend more or less money on the Fourth of July It is a great day for picnics and outings as well as for patriotic observances of one kind or another Those who want amusement will be able to find it on this Fourth at the picnic and outing to be given on the grounds of the St Vincent Orphan Asylum The proceeds will go to the asylum fund and the picnic has the approbation of the Right Rev Bishop No worthier charity can be imagined than the care of the orphans and this picnic given under the auspices of all the Englishspeaking Catholic congre gations ought to bring together the largest crowd on record The picnic to be given July 4 at the grounds of the St Vincent Orphan Asylum ought to attract an immense crowd as it is given under the auspices of all the Eng lish speaking congregations in the city The purpose of the picnic is sufficient inducement for every one to patronize it Those who can not go can at least purchase some tickets for those who might like to take an outing on that day The care of the orphans ought to be near to the hearts of all of us The way to make the picnic a success is to buy tickets now President Roosevelt is no more strenuous than Emperor William On a recent Sunday the Emperor preached a sermon to the officers and crew of the Imperial yacht and in the afternoon went to see some horse racing The next day he engaged in a race with a fast ex press train in his automobile at a speed of sixty miles an hourThe Emperor like the President is a hustler and always ready for a fight or a boat race The persistent stories sent out from Rome that the Pope intends to leave the Vatican for a summer vacation thus abolishing the prece dent set for hiid by Pope Pius IX and Leo XIII keem to be without authority Th Pope will most likely follow It e example of his illustrious pred cessors in this re spect by remaini ig inside the Vatican unless the I allan Government makes some cbi cessions not sow foreseen Archbishop rey in an address in New York theev 1sotdl yens were undermining the The Archbishop ded President Roose ttitude oa the divorce i The President and his the Archbishop said on take up the question of ug divorce bv law city of Medford Mass has celebrated the aysth anni sary of its settlement Although e oldest American element holds- s own in Medford the Mayor of he city is Michael F Dwyer an Irishman and a Catholic He took bration a prominent part in the recent cele If you havent read the Declara tion of Independence lately now is a good time to get out the old docu ment The declaration should never be allowed to grow out of fashion It is refreshing to read what the fathers thought of liberty and op pressive government John Muldoou a Dublin lawyer was elected member of Parliament in succession of William ODoherty deceased for North Donegal Au gustine Roche was elected for Cork City to succeed James F X OBrien also deceased Both are Nationalists and were elected with out opposition Baron Rothschild left 8000000 to be distributed for charities in the city of Vienna Half of this sum is for a free hospital for the poor The Baron was a Jew and most of this vast sum will be distributed amtng Catholics as Vienna is one of the leading Catholic cities in Europe Hon John T Keating of Chicago former National President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and now National Director will deliver an address before the Irish societies of Indianapolis on July 4 under the auspices of the Emmet Club Six bankers are now doing time in the Federal penitentary at Leavenworth Kas It is a danger ous thing to handle other peoples money especially if one is prone to dabble in get rich quick schemes The French Government is hav ing so much trouble over the tariff question and with affairs in Mo rocco that the bill for the separation of church and State has not made much headway lately In celebrating the Fourth dont forget that it is against the law to discharge explosives or to shoot pis tols or guns on the streets To I recollect this may save you a fine of 3 Charles J Bonaparte today as sumed the duties of Secretary of the Navy under President Roose velt Mr Bonaparte is the only Catholic in the Cabinet President Roosevelt during his recent visit to Massachusetts paid a visit to Holy Cross College Wor cester which is conducted by the Jesuits VINCENTIANS Will Attend Retreat and Re caws Holy Communion- In a Body A retreat for the members of the St Vincent de Pauls Society will be held at the Cathedral on the evenings of July 20 to 22 inclusive On the following ISun day morning July 23 the members ofI all local conferences will receive holy communion at St Charles Borromeo church The Rev Father Raffo will celebrate the mass at 930 oclock and deliver a sermou appropriate to the occa Hon This will be the annual commun ion day for VJncintians As a matter of fact the good members of St Vincent de Paul Society are monthly communicants but to incite good example all the councils annually receive holy communion at one church Ou Sunday afternoon the quarterly meeting of the Particular Coun cil will be held at the Cathedral and it II- Is expected thata member of the Particu lar Council of New York will be present and address his brother Vincentlans The Rev Father Murphy will deliver the principal address RUSTY NAIL WOUND The Scientific American says that one of the very beet remedies that can Jbe applied to a wound made by a rusty nail and which is almost infallible Iin its cure is to take a quanty of peach leaves and beat themto a pulp and then apply iham to the wound and ini very short time an Improvementtw111 be noted ia the wound kyerjalperlioa have tried this r4Hd i 31 BI 31I COMMONWEALTH LIFE I INSURANC COMPANY IHome Offices United States Trust Building Louisville Ky = I CAPITAL 20000000 ITHE COMMONWEALTH is the only KENTUCKY COMRANY Eissuing the latest and most attractive forms of ORDINARY and IN aDUSTRIAL POLICIES and the character and ability of its Officers and Boards insures a safe and conservative but progressive manage ment and 11 fl SQUflRE DUlL FOR EVERY POLICY HOLDER IOFFICERS Col J D Powers Pres Judge Matt ODoherty 1st V Pres Darwin Johnson Sectreas John Droege 4th V Pres Dr J W Ouest Med Dir DuRelle McHenry Gen Counsel BOARD OF DIRECTORS COI J D rOWERS President United States Trust Co MATT ODOIIERTY Judge of Third Division Common Pleas Branch Jefferson Circuit Co- urtS DARWIN W JOIINSON Secretary and Treasurer Comm- onS wealth Life Insurance Co I T I JEFFERSON Cashier Western National Bank DR J W GUEST Medical Director Commonwealth Life In surance Co- NORBOURNARTERBURN Farmer and Capitalist St Mat thews Ky SSf W J NISUET President Providence Coal Company Provi dence Ky SAMUEL B KIRBY Judge Chancery Division Jefferson Circuit Court PARK C SMITH YatesSmith Co Distillers THOS BOHANNAN JR of Miller Dohan nan Real Estate S A E McBEE President Standard Advertising Company WIUIAM WARWICK THUM of Thum Clark Attorneysat Law RI1I1SDR LEON 1 SOLOMAN Practicing Physician- J T GATHRIGHT Commonwealth Life Insurance Co INSURE IN THE KEEP YOUR MONEY HOt W C Trabue Mgr Ordinary Dept 419421 Equitable Building m HtIKJHjHt 1ln mMmr BEAUTIFUL TEETH Add to the attractiveness of a HANDSOlJB FACE The popularity of my Dentistry is the result of hottest application of the most perfect professional knowledge I admit it is possible to secure service equal toI mine but at much higher prices DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist Bacon Building 551 FOURTH AVENUE PETER M INDRIOTI 8SONS MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST C B THOMPSON EROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jtflirson SI Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Beth Phones 11180 Established 1863 eRATTEIAN Successor le Mrs Qeerge RattermaB DIR CTOR- ANQBMB4LMBR Gatri Ka furatalied for all occasions All cHi promptly attended today or night 119 W MARKET ST OD0i Y ADVISORY BOARD A G IANGHAM of Barbee a Castleman Fire Insurance- I P N IANDRUM Capitalist DR HARRIS KELLY Coroner Jefferson CountyaAUGUSTUS E WILLSON Attorney HENRY L STONE Chief Attorney L A N R R Co MORRIS J FARRIS President Citizens National Dank Dan iSville Ky 1SJlARVnVCoyington IFRANK N HARTWELL of If Verhoeff a Co Grain- S W HAGER State Auditor Frankfort Ky JI P BARNARD President Louisville Tobacco Warehouse Co DOYLE 0 ROBES President Boyle National Bank Danville KySH Ky W W THOMPSON Treasurer L a N R RCoIECEMMKTT PILL Judge First Division Common Pleas Branch S IECHJEiCBASIlJQCWtJR S VEECH Capitalist and Farmer JOHN II CAPERTON Capitalist JEe CIIAS E BOOE Asst State Auditor Frankfort KySCEO II HOLZBOG of Geo H Holzbog A Co Jeffersonville JIIiiC ANDREW BROADDUS Supt Cumberland Gap Dispatch Lou CiCisville I cz COMMONWEALTH AND AT WAGON Y4OIZISI JOHN FUNERAL Louis G Russell Mgr Industrial Dept Offices U S Trust Building mm DHJiII1 m mmi1mmlH4mmm Orphans Picnic JULY 4 1905For the benefit of the Orphans of the Diocese of Louisville A good time for everybody is the pro gram for July 4th at the grounds oft St Vincents Orphanage Clifton NUDE IOUS ATTRACTIONS AMUSEMENTS MUSIC REFRESHMENTS SPECIAL EVENTS ARRANGED FOR THE CHILDREN TAKE RESCENT HILL CAR Portland Ave and Shel y St Cars transfer at Shelby and Jefferson Preston Main and i8th St cars Preston and Jefferson E and W Broadway an W Jefferson II II Second and Jefferron Bank Street and Walnut Street carst II Baxter Hamilton Av Fourth Street cars Fourth and Jefferson Parkland 6th 7th and 2th St carsII to E Chestnut St cars Brook Street cars nort at Fifth and Jefferson Meals will be s rved in the Dining Room on the grounds at 35 cuts school Children 15 cents A fine menu is assured EIQHTHJ ANNUAL PICNIC j OF THE W W I Mm l m SOCIETY AT FONTAINE FERRY PARK MONDAY JULY 3 1905 Tickets 1tOe 11panHsN Eli EI ER JRCreamery and Confectionery ICE CREAM OF ALL KINDS MADE FROM PU E MILK VtL JpiiEiBura and TObaoo O Southeast Comer Seventeenth and Madison Streets C- 1o a i 7 ri w s 1J 1 1r u j I 0It INTUOKY RIfDAN I OO LOUR ANNUAL Jul11earance Sales Are now in full swing We dispose of thous ands of Dollars worth of summer merchandise at immensely great reductions in prices I I MarketStreet i THAT ALWAYS DOES THINGS RIGHT ITHjF IS AsS1 1 z HOTELSI z 1zJ1 i Pike Campbell 1- g 0 PROPRIETOR 1- VVVVOV VVVV WE ARE READY To supply you with the Best Fourth Pool Coal ITS DRY ITS CLEAN ITS GOOD Best Pittsburgh Screened Lump 1001 Bushels 1200 ATLAS COAL CO Sole Agents for O Jutte Co Pittsburgh i Chas L Crush GenI Mgr OFFICE 346 Wr JJEFFERSON mnmmrnnI Whiskies Wines Brandies Champagnes Try Our 5 Year Old Whiskey 200 per gal Rademakers Pharmacyl 2000 Shelby Street Cor Camp BOTH PHONES 1iiiiimiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iimii uiiuuuiiuiiuiiuii I 1 00000000000000001VVoooo siflraumant I1Cross Company 1 SWbolesaleDry Goods Z Furnjihing Goodsr iLADi CLOAKS iceImporters a the highest and best grades of Fabrics and Garments in exclusive novelties and standard qualities tI 631633 W M irtStf n I0uisyjlle Ky I WIiet II 1tI + tlI dtJC its u p r o Market IStreet iA STORE PURE WATER That In What Louisville Will Uuvu Within Ninety Days I Uaforsoon Obstacles Had to Be Overcome Before Result Was Attained New Filtration Plant Will Be a Lasting Monument to Its Projectors GAYS WORK TO LOUISVILLE PEOPLE t During the month of September our people will be supplied with pure water from the new filter plant of the Louis ville Water Company This means a great deal Pure water is as essential to life as pure air and when the new filter plant is completed no city of its size in the United States will have as pure water asLouisvilleCarping and political dema gogues have for years used our water supply as a basis of attack against the various city administrations Just the same the Louisville Water Company Directors pursued the even tenor of their way yet always striving to attain the de siredenda water supply as nearly pure as possible They bad many difficulties to overcome but it is believed that all the puzzling problems have been solved readytoexpert chemists will tell you is peculiar to itself There is no river or lake in the country that has the same amount or character of suspended matter These deleterious substances had to be elimi nated How was the question Filtra tion plants have long been in operation in the New England and Central States operatlpnthereDirectors of the Louisville Water Com pany took definite steps toward the erec tion of its filter plant and from that time to this the work has progressed steadily At first the experimental stages had to be gone through Many different methods had to be tried before success was as wasfounderation that the city was growing Fifteen million gallons of water would sup ply the citys daily needs when the filter was begun but the Board of Directors was farseeing enough to know that a larger supply would be necessary very soon Therefore they arranged to have the filter plant so constructed that iit would have a daily capacity of 40000000 gallons and this can be readily increased- to 80000000 because the Directors be lieve that Louisville will within the course of the next decade have a popula Non of 500000 Like pioneers making their way through a forest the Louisville Waterr Company has had to blaze a way in se curing its filter plant Its chemists an dvilenglneerebavemarkedogtapathtoothers d hamlet from Pittsburg to Cairo that Borders on the Ohio will be benefited by the investigations made by the Lout- villa Water Company because soother or later all will have to have pure filtered water and it is this company that ha showntbewayTrueithascost1230t10but u life If the filtered water prevents one death from typhoid fevitr that amount of ImoneyI Be it remembered ttoo that this amount of money has been spent i Louisville wherever practicable If Louisville contractors had the facilities for doing the work they got the contract and if Louisville mechanics there skilled enough they wire given preference over those from outside True it is that much of the machinery is new and had to be j j lialtqji every boUJad rivet All hectR I I1U great amount of workandof steady application upon the part of tthe engineers and architects l I batteriesIconstruction have been assembled and will soon be put in place When all is ready President Charles R Long on behalf of the Board of Directors will invite Mayor Grainger and the city officials to visit the plant and see what has been accomplished At the same time he will invite the business men the merchants and manufacturers to visit the plant and it is safe to say that no thinking man at all will have reason to find fault with the new plant Although this work has been in prog ress for eight years the water supply of the city has never been Interferedwith for one hour Only those who kept in touch with public affairs knew what was going on up near the reservoir at Cres cent Hill Years hence when we are all in our graves and forgotten the filter plant of Louisville will stand out as a monument to the unswerving integrity of President Charles R Long EMMET SLATTERY SpendVacation KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where S Bishop Carrell Council inducted nine teen candidates into the mysteries of the first degree at Covington this week Grand Knight James Rogers of Lexing ton assisted the local team with the work Under the direction of Lecturer John E Sullivan the first degree was conferred upon a large dens of candidates by Cincinnati Council last Monday night The admission of the new members was eel ebratedwith a very enjoyable social sealsion Cincinnati Knights have made final iarrangements for their annual dinner which will be served at the Zoo clubhouse on the evening of July 11 The Telegraph says the affair will mark a red 1letter day in the history of Cincinnati CouncilDr Gi Coyle delivered an eloquent lecture on Wolfe Tone before JLacodaire Council at a recent meeting 1 He paid a high tribute to the worth of 1Irishmen in every calling At the conclusion of the address the audience e arosefen masse and cheered the speaker VERY BUSY Was the Meeting Held by DI vision 1 On Tuesday Night The meeting of Division 1 A O IL mostIpredselpordinates were all at their posts and fully alive to the performance of their re spective duties From start to finish the meeting was a busy one and matters of Importance were transacted No 1 cer tainly seems to have a hustle on and with more meetings of a similar charac ter the regular attendance would grow appreciably The Hon Thomas Walsh Mark Ryan Capt Thomas Riley John M Mulloy Tim OSullivan and others made interesting talks for the good of the order The sick claims of Henry McDermott and John Callahan were paid It was with regret that the mem bers learned that these brothers were still confined to their beds It was also noted with regret that John Shaughuessy meetingpromised is iin July CENTRAL COMMITTTE thednestof the Catholic Knights of Americai The committee arranging the programme for the September entertainment will CommitteesBut the matter of greatest importance for the consideration of the delegates is bears ing upon the suspension and withdraws of members which it is claimed willt work a revolution in the operations of fraternal insurance societies NEW DIVISION Hibernisnsn is wif ll i Preedentorgapiattotn ef that body SISTERS MEET Mother vAlphonso Superloresa of the V St8tersfCbad VI I 1ayltt1 met tier Mater wlo ie ruwared leat of Pitaburgn I q0 M SMOIOL IC fdOII IJTHE BIG STOREI contemplatingI f stay at homes pa You will need one of our Outing Suits that are I4 so popular for all occasions We are sell IIingI them at 5 750 10 12 15 and 20 iYou wilt want a Straw Nat to go with the Suit at 50c 98c 148 198 248 and 3 i t ihandsomefSoft+ 1 and 252 + WE ARE SUPPLIERS FOR THE WORLDss THEI BIG STORElII TON 1i DIA12fLEaTOa CO 424 426 428 430 432 and 434 W Market St Bet Fourth and Fifth + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + a + + + + + p + + t + HURRAH The Kentucky Irish American Is Celebrating Its Eignth Birthday Il Loyalty of Louisville Peopl Has Boon the Good Leading to Success HighI Glass of Adverbs fhents Demand the Attention of All Readers i ALWAYS FOR HOME INDUSTRIES I The Kenturky Irish American cele- brAtes the eighth anniversary of its birth today Fortunately perhaps it was llaunched on July 4 1898 the day follow ing the victory of the American fleet over the Spanish flotilla near Santiago harbor The news of the American naval victory put everybody in a good humor and thus under most auspicious circumstances the Kentucky Irish Amer ican made its way into public favor From that day to this it has held the same high place in public esteem with this differenceit has increased its cir culation more than 100 per centum and publiceor all that is good in Louisville first in Kentucky next and is ready to battle for the integrity of the whole United States whenever the occasion offers The straggles of its editor and his asso ciates migkt make interesting reading but Irishmen are quick to forgive though slow to forget Certainly the early sup porters of the Kentucky Irish American will not be forgotten for their loyalty their financial and moral support which was given unreservedly at limes when they were most needed In January 1903 the paper was incorporated and took on a more comprehensive scop It has grown and has kept in touch with the progress of the times This year it cel ebrates its eighth anniversary by at tempting to get out a better paper than ever before The Kentucky Irish American has al ways had a good word to say concerning Louisville institutions and Louisville industries Nothing else has so contrib uted to the success of the paper It is not in the province of a newspaper to praise itself but it must be said in all sincerity that the Kentucky Irish Amer lean never belittled a local institution Where it has found evil it has not been slow to say a word against it but at no time has it condemed the whole city to everlasting fires Germans as well as Irish citizens and business men have been quick to appre ciate the work that was being done by the Kentucky Irish American The result is that in this number the readers of this paper are presented with a better line of advertising than ever before If you want bats clothest shoes groceries insurancei dry goods refreshments yes even if you need the services of an under taker you have only to look at our ccl urns and select he people you want to seal with Now as formerly there are no foreign advertisements in this paper It stands for Louisville and for Kentucky Neither are there any of the many fake medicinal advertisements that find place in the ofJ1leKentuckypress upon its readers the necessity of patronizing hbmi industries If you want drugs n fef to the druggists ad AwcricaujHyoufind not only competent but the best builders advert Ingin our columns What has been said of druggist and builders applies to all other lines of business If yo want the best of any thlnglou can It rom people ybo advertise in thislpaper Favor us when buying by a W mention r r IUJ 0II 11 ry mminniKII GflUL fiND SEE US- g EWeissue Letters of Credit payable in any part of the world = Also Travelers checks in sums of Ten Twenty Fifty and One ins= We can also rent you a box for your valuable papers and will Mstore your silverware for you while away 3 m icanaY E N E COR FIFTH AND M 3il111111111111tl1 o o USE o Dr ClaLFOOT POW For Tired and Ac Sore andI- T jWILL CURE YOUR FEET 0 Price 10 andW4IITEations on the market Ptl shoe dealers MANur BOSLER B I11111l111111l11l111l11l11l11l111CLIPSE 1 MONTZPhaaiaaaaaa l NaLiona1 band MachineSOLE MANUFACTURERS OF THE C SReHly Steam Pu MACH I N E BUILT AND RI3PAI Castess of all Kinds Made and Repaired Repairing Proepiy AfttndedI 06 lc 14 sin Si flT i r u r- t- x33NrrcxY c a x3 AMI3RIOAN RAFFOa au Sells Nothing But Guar- anteedFURNITURE REASONABLE SUGGESTIONS It is well to provide nice things for the home during the summer time The house should be bright cheerful handsome elegant and as cozy as one can make it A Novelty Chair here a Musk Cabinet over there a t thetl old folks and many other desirable articles Large selections combined with low prices will enable you to fix things up now as you want them fixed Its easy just see Ifc A 3EMJ O r 321 W MARKET STg 99G- i Floor Fix ffor Floors s llOHISYIftEm VARNiSHI 09 I LOUISVILLE KY 99 11 SttmmerstylealnhatSpecialstylevfoboysforfirstcommunio yo South East Rogerywbere nfindPlaslo getheapolog Wallterky Wall Plaster Co IncorporatedPHONE Kytingyille Ind Telephone 555 I AGES SMITH iy of Gran W Smithsi Sooan Y Eh18ALME g i chiiJ madetreasonablet callspr1677 Office 652 Fifth Street fG EOUR THE BFST LINE TOIL napolis Chicago t D ill POINTS Xtr NA and MICHIGAN i ml Buffalo 111111r lork Boston EAST i onll JOCKEY CLUB PARK From June 25 to July 8 Inclusive HENRI MORIN AND HIS FAMOUS French Military and Old Guard Bandd Of New York City in Classic and Popular Music Admission 25 Cents FONTAINE FERRY PARK BEST EQUIPPED SUMMER RESORT THE COUNTRY Open Every Afternoon and Night ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children accompanied by parents free UPTODATE ATTRACTIONS LoopScenicPd the Hopkins Pavillion Theatre HAMMERS I I OflRDfi CO test Plnoe inthe City Ctool RefreshmentsI FIRST CfcASS ORCHEST jJQoncerts Daily Take J cob Park car via Seventh streett 7 BUSY SESSION Next Meeting of the Generall Council Will Be an Im portant One l The next meeting with General Coun cil on July 6 will be a very Important one In the Board of Aldermen the ordinances to regulate saloons dent- halls etc and providing for earlier closing will come up for consideration- In the council the ordinance for a big 1 outfall sewer and providing for the saleJJ of the citys stock in the Gas Company to tbe amount of 6000 shareswlll be con sidered The Mayor announces that be will receive bids for one or more shares of the stock AN OLD CHURCH East week in Paris there was dedicated a church which it has taken sixteen cen as turfos to build It was begun in the third century and completed but recently This is St Urbans chnrch built byd order of Pope Urbanus IV on the site ot the house in which he was bornOnlyh uringUrbanuslug h8sJ jyeen consecrated the last yearTbl IIThe Kentucky Irish American I 1111 Approves and Endorses the 11 City and County DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES 1111 HEADED BYII RHON PAUL C BARTH IAnd calls on all good citizens to support the I1 Democratic Ticket in November Ir I W ENTERTAINMENT Held In Honor of the Ladles Auxiliary by Divis ion 4 After a abort business session of Division I 4 A O H Wednesday night a social session was held in honor of the Ladles Auxiliary About twentyfive ladies were present and helped to ma the evening enjoyable After President Hennesey had welcomed the ladies retired to make room for John J Barrheal the Chairman of the social sessio- bliss Julia Kelly rendered several j and instrumental solos which won great applause and her pleasing efforts caused1 her to be kept at the piano for some time Miss Mamie Keenan who always pleases rendered several medleys of Irish airs on the piano and received hearty encores Joseph P McGinn made a brief address INof thanks to the ladies for their attend once and said he was sorry to leave such good company but was forced to catcht a train for St Louis where he bad a business engagement Other gentlemen who made short talks were George J Butler Dr Frank Norton Dr John T Chalk Steve McElHott Dennis J Hef fernau and Dave OConnell Misses Mamie Foley Bridget Hanrahan Ell OConnell and Mrs Dan Dougherty made short talks on behalf of the ladies Each and all praised the hospitality of Division 4 saying that this way the secondoc cA sion they had been entertained by its members andall admitted having a warmspot in their hearts for their hosts Mrs Genevieve OConnor recited several selections that were commended and James J Kenealy surprised all withI several songs John Holmes sang ballads in Irish and made such a hit thatl he had to repeat He also danced several1 jigs and made himself famous During dI serveRAI session closed LARGE OUTLAY Many Will Find Employment In Constructing Out fall Sewer Over 1000OOQ will be spent in build ing the big outfall sewer which is to drain the southern and southwestern part of the city Of course all of this money will not conaidereblee sum will be expended during the mouths a of September October and November provided the contracts are awarded in August The construction of this sewer livinginaffordemployment to hundreds of men during the fell and winter months ALL FOR SHANNON rJohn Shannon of Lexington will have no opposition as candidate for re electio i Grand Secretor f the Y MI He has proven a capable and energetic official hence his retention in office iis For a timje friends of former j Grand Secretary Lnutz expected him make a canvass f the office but he has found Secret try Shannon so strongly entrench to the goodigraces of the YJ M I members i that he lhas abandolid the effort tosuc cried him preferringld remain out of the wee rather than sttM cwtalu difeatt B a If- C NEW ORLEANS Will Welcome Delegates to t Catholic Federation in OctoberI Great Preparations Have Been keMade For Iteception and Entortaintmeut DignitarlcH from Hawaiian and Philippine Islands Will Attend DELIBERATIONS WILL BE OP INTEREST Preparations are being made in every State to send delegates to the national convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies which will meet in New Orleans October 9 to 12 inclusl This convention will bring together t grandest assembly of Catholic dignitarl- a and laymen ever witnessed in the Soul and the reception accorded them will be worthy of the people of Louisiana The generosity and Catholicity of the people of New Orleans is known the world av and the delegates to the Catholic Federa flan will be met with open arms and joy ous hearts Louisville will send b quote of representatives to the lion both as State and county and it be hooves those who are not delegates to visit New Orleans during this great eve that the efforts of our brothers in t South will be appreciated Great preparations are already underway Parishes and Catholic institutions alare invited to join the American Feder- tion I of Catholic Societies The annual fee is 3 and may be sent to the Sts Secretary or to the National Secretary 4150 Wyoming avenue St Louis The Federation of the Hawaiian Ter tory headed by the Right Rev Libert Boeynaems Bishop of Honolulu took a decided stand against the obnoxious puri tanical Sunday law bill in the island and It was defeated almost unanimously in the face of strong protests by the purii tanical missionary churches Bishop Jose de Camargo Barros of Brazil wrote to Bishop McFaul that the good news concerning the happy success of federation of the Catholic societies iin the United States Lad reached South America The Bishop stated that a similar f movement had been founded in his diocese and he would be delighted to open correspondence with the Federation and receive some of its literature The object of the American Catholic federation is the promotion of Catholic truths and the organization of all Ame rijcan Catholic societies under one head It protectiona institutions The church is a model of organization an these societies of laymen are patterned after their Holy Mother Representative laymen from all sections of America as well as priests and prelates will attend the deliberations of the nationali body and the proceedings should be interest to every American citizentCity Bayer rFt d Bishop will spend his vacation at Atlantic City and otiierftetern summer r rte i n r 5ttJ IRISH SCIENTIST James Butler Burke Most Europeebat Present James Butler Burke the most talked enf IrishmbyCavendish Labratory Cambridge couple of years since from Trinity College Dublin to pursue his studl and experiment in bacteriology Thr years ago he turned his attention to 1 problem of spontaneous generation Observing that radium had several qualities in common with cyonogeri he said which Pfluger declared h elements of life while radium h energy of very much higher I began experimenting with it I to radium with sterilized bouillon the ordinary culture medium placing them together in a test tube the radium being in actual contact with thejbouillon After a couple of days I got these cultures Prof Burke showed photographs ma nified of cultures which were mere gin ular dots Subcultures of these were aithouve lih8watthsr B pose of the suggestion that they result front imperfect sterilization of the medium Then when you examine them through a microscope theyjshow indlcd eClion of growth and segregation When they reach a certain size they subdivide eitbner Nearly everythingl is radioactive even the earth itselfand inlsome suita bavelotigfaatrdLe in dvitality Besides if myjconclusions at those of those who have ezemined them be correct they fit in exactly with H TIae continuous adjustment of internal to ex caaelsteto t emphasis on theneed of adapting the organism to its environment I am pur sit pub1IH 1 HURRAH FOR CAREY James T Carey a well known Iouils villa boy has been made Secretaty to F McNamee editor of the Brotherhood I of Locomotive Firemens magazine wit I headquarters at Indianapolis lie w I formerly a fireman on the L W raii1 road and an active member and came tf worker in Lodge No 108 of the order of Brotherhood of Sfj merly a well known member of the Louis rejoicing ISI being recognized LARGER QUARTERSta J Cronin the well known aleintridan whose works for many years were located on Third street near Walnut cbas moved to more commodious quarters daI323 Floyd street where he will carry- a larger sari better stock Mr Cronin has put in the electrical work in numbers j of our churches and large buildings GOOD FOR CURIE ofOwen Curley an efficient member of 260 the United States lIe saving crew has resigned tobccome for wan for the Atlas Coal Company His friends are proud of bsprefennentj ai P W st tBE SURE TO CALL FOR I McKENNA I I WHISKYI Iii IT IS ALWAYS PUREIiiI I fmfmH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky t = = P tr f7r r71rwaflfuur wwrr+ BEFORE DRINKING See that you get the genuine bottled 5c gJ6JVKG5c y At all Saloons Stands Cafes Etc IRefuse Rank Imitations I h Born PIONESFactory 1008 W Main Ste yy + H + M tt + CHARLES J NADORFF JOHN B NADORFF NADORFF BROS UNION BAR Merchants Lunch From 9 till IIf Lunch Always Ready Home Phone 4083 Cumb Phone Alain a88a 14 321 SECOND ST BET MARKET AND JEFFERSON ilHMIM t MIt I I MM I Ml H MtllHff THIRD STREET GARDEN F H BRUENS Prop Restaurant and Cafet- o Third and Avery Avenues- a Home Phone 1633 Cumb Phone C02a PARIbeOpen for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR eaPicnics SOCIaISed Outings ugreatlyimproveda with new equipments throughout Pa ties or societies should consult the man closlnbWVERYIEW PARK PopularSummer NOW OPEN FOR SEASONr Music and dancing every afternoon and evening except Sundays Pleniy of amusements for children Women and children can always visit Rivrrvlew Park politfee SPECIAL CONCERTS Every Sunday afternoon and evening procuredi SeOf Good Work Is Bringing About Good Results The Catholic Young Mens National1 Union will hold its thirty first annual convention in Albany N Y on August 2223 Thirty years ago this society was I t firsJofIalehspiritIwally su teed that last oftfgiven training along mechanical lines ince its last convention the Union has st Its first President the Right Rev Bishop Doane of Newark SALOON LICENSES On the first Monday in August all re il liquor licenses expi e and of the persons now holding permits to sell appliedforwill come in before the time explses Under the law those who want to reo monstrate against the gr rating of license may do so two weeks Before the time fixed for hearing the applications for license If all tbe lice se are granted = there will be one saloon to almost each inhabitants FEDERATION and Several ei egbefore1 n t po I HENRY AAIJIJ PPULSU DYER AND GLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel 1 WORK GUARANTEED phone 3633 528 Fifth Street Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEH f LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietorsa STREETrHERRMANN BROS IMPORTHRa FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal Kentucky PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES LIQUORS CIPIRS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch 830to442 XV 1 REEl T ST QO TO Pioneer BottlingttI House FOR STRAIGHT WHISKIES BIG JUG AT DOOR J DP iDAJVOD 913 WEST BROADWAY sear Union Sts- leaMANHATTAN RESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT SO4 Jefferson StrictOTTO B YENT Propriety Homo Phone 4715 Cumb n3o eUes of this city when that body next meets et the Catholic Womans Club anddplaceperhaps also the number of del- atesto be sent to New Qrlaaas next J 1Y I r I r r qV z1 TTri- g I IQNTUCKY IjISI1 AMERIQA N r 4MHMMH + I +e + t- FrailkeFactoryrr- National Candy Company iiMANIY1ACTURERS OF EAGLE BRAND CONFECTIONS WENZEL AND MAIN STS LOUISVILLE KY- 00004C i + + 4MMHHHt tt r4 N 00000000000 BUTLERI1 DEALER INFANCY GROCERIES AND PRODUCE FRESII 1 MEATS AND VEGETABLES CIGARS AND TOBACCO HOME PHONE 3359 1983 PORTLAND AVENUE i CO000 HHHHHHHHHI 1 1 1 H 1 HHM1 I II+M IMl IM11HIHHHI 1 1 L FSTEINEROF ij Carriages Buggies Wagons F II Practical Horseshoer t All Kinds of Rubber Tires furnished and set at reasonable prices and + T Repairing done ou short notice + JJHome Phone 5668 319 321 325 and 326 NINTH STREET Bet Market and JeHirson 1t LL J1 1 11i1 1 1 111 lHrtMHHlHHIYII 11 I 1 1 1 1 I 1 I 1 IIHIIHli IH+HHHMH1K HH H IrCharles Boeswald DEALER IN GroGeriesNea ana Veueb16s Butter Eggs and Poultry Homo Phone 3266 S E GOR SIXTEENTHI and WALNUT 11 I IIH II 3Iiii1 J 1 3It1M1h1 3III111 1 1I11IIIIII 3ISIH IIIIIItI1 1 J I l J THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages Furnished for All Occasions 1225 MARKET STREET p2Phones 365 L tot t t flM1111HHnHH1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 1 I 1 f 3IiIIiII I CUMBERLAND 123 HOME PHONE 88 l JuJ BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR v AND EMBALMER 838 BFCST M IN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business- of my late bnsband under the same firm nomfat 8 JOHN East Main J BARRETT Strelt t r 4 f Oran W Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriazea Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 t I t A Ill11111Hll1111nllllllll 1I1I1 L H STRAUB JBTRACY t C 80TH PHONES 383 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS m CarrUeci Purnlibed on- E Short Nolle dH W 1531 W MARKET STREET LLI+ I 11 1 1 1 I 1 N1 1 1 11 I I J 111 1 1 I I I j 1 1 j j j j I 1 I ITrrI i DflNISL J DOUGHERTY FUNERAL DIRECTOR A D EMBALMER BOTH PHONES 2SirY CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1 1231 Wes Market Street Bt I2lh and 13th AM CrtU Auwere4 Promptly DaY or NllhtCJ 4 H H M H M H M M f H M M M M4 Ht M H H Mt H M +t t rf Ia u- f 1 THE GLORIOUS FOURTH Something For the Young and Old to Remember in oulsvtlleI It is unlawful to shoot pistols firecrackers or other exploslyes on the streets The penalty is a fine of not less than 3 for each offense Firecrackers may be exploded on your own premises provided you do not annoy your neigh borIt is wrong to make loud and unusual noises on the Fourth where there is lia bility of disturbing the sick or frighten ing individuals or animals Manyserious runaways have been caused ou the Fourth by the wreckless discharge of firecrackers in close proximity to horses and carriages Many serious fires have been caused by the same means Firecrackers are a Chinese luvention and are used as an offering to evil spirits whom the Chinese believe to be fond of noise fire and bad smells For firecrackers not one good word can be said They do not even teach a boy how to use explosive substance and they do not give hint bravery The greatest cowards the boys whom any body can whip are often the foremost to play with crackers There is no danker about the play if one follow the rules but once in the street with other boys and their crackers the best and cleverest boys arc at the mercy of the worst and the dullest who in mischief or from pure stupidity may put out their eyes or blow off their fingers JONES BODY Ceremonies Attending Re moval of Remains to Be- Held July 8 The remains of John Paul Jones will start from France to America next Satur day At Paris the Ministry of Marine and the American Embassy are arrang ing the details of the ceremonies which will attend the removal of the body which is set for July C from Paris andtj July 8 froin Cherbourg Application has been made to permit the landing of 534 American marines with their arms These will come totParis by special train July 6 and act as an escort They will be accompanied by Rear Admiral Sigsbee and his staff The French naval and military authorities are in also arranging an escort After simple services in the American church on the Avenue de IAlma the body will be be borne with the honors due to an admiral to the St Lazare railroad station AL SMITHS REMOVAL Al Smith is now fully and well estab lished in his new undertaking establishment at 809 West Jefferson street close to the site so long occupied by his late 1 and lamented father Gran W Smith of The new quarters are modernly equipped and are up to date in every particular t The building occupied by Mr Smith is i of a splendid style of architecture and j since its renovation makes his undertak ing establishment second to none in point of equipment Environment is the best evidence of a successful business and Al Smith certainly deserves the sue cess he has achieved LOVELY QUARTETTE John M Mulloy Peter M OReilley George J Butler and Tom Riley consti tute a formidable quartette who are billed to leave for the East on July 14 En rout to New York they will visit Old Point Comfort Norfolk Atlantic City and Phil adelphia Mr Butler is a member of the Board of Directors of the National Hiber nians and will attend the meeting of that board while in New York Messrs Mul a loy Riley and OReilley will meet tb Hibernians of New York during thei stay but expect to combine business withI pleasure ABOUT MATT OAOAN E Matt Gsgan at Shelby afid Mali streets is one of those you frequently hear t of but seldom read about He knows I his own business best and attends to ItII There is not one in a thousand that t neglects other peoples affairs like Matt It is this trait that has built him up J splendid trade in the East End and tba I has drawn around him a circle of friends I who will go their whole length for him There is good political timber in him and his friends hope that after the November election be can be saluted as Aldermau Gagan RONTOEN A CATHOLIC Privy Councillor Professor Dr Wilhelm Konrad Rontgen the famous German scientist completed his sixtieth year on March 27 He was born at Linnep i the Prussian RhineProvince Among modern physicists he has long held a distinguished place by his worldwide renown be achieved ten years ago by the discovery of the Xrays He has been honored the world over by learned societies and by honorary titles Some years ago he received the Nobel prize Berlin has erected a statue of him Prof Rontgen is a Catholic TALK ON IRELAND His Lordship Bishop McGolrick a tended a meeting of Hibernians at Du lath teat week and gave an interesting f talk OB Ireland Its past and present con ditlOBR Among other things be sa that Balfoara promise to assist Ireland in eecuriBg the endowment of a Catholic university like all other English pro lass to Ireland had bees broken FROM OALWAY Miss Mary Quinn of Galway Ireland arrived on Monday to wake ser hoaae rJIferlOi old but made the trip alone and enjoyed the experience o III I Y J J PAT BANNON Passed lira Allotted Three Score mid Ton by Two Years Model Citizen Will Celebrate EightySecond Birthday Next Week Oldest Manufacturer and Employ or in Louisville Is An IrishAmerican CHILDREN FOLLOW HIS EXAMPLE Wednesday July 12 Patrick Bannon the oldest manufacturer in Louisville will celebrate the eightysecond anniversary of bis birth and the Kentucky rlshAmerican when it halls him with I Ad multos annos but voices the I wishes of his many friends not only in Louisville but all over America and in Ireland It would be hard to tell any f hlng new about Pat Baunon He has lived and labored so long in Louisville and has been so much identified with the citys interests that the ordinary events his life are known to the majority of our people Yet there are many young IrishAmericans growing up who need to reminded occasionally that they have before them a model and Pat Bannon has been a model IrishAmerican atmodel Kentuckian a model huti ta ltether a model citizen a model businessmen a model employer and greater than all of these a model Catho1lcJBorn in Killough County Down Ire land on July 12 1824 the anniversary the battle of the Boyne Water young Bannon grew up amid surroundings that taught him thrift as honesty sad industry At an early age be became arplasterers apprentice and learned orna mental plastering under the tutelage ofIhis stepfather William Campbell where he worked at his trade until 1848 when fie came to America landing in New t Orleans Thence he went to Cincinnati where he followed the trade of orna mental plasterer and was better than J the best iu his line One year after I reaching America Pat Bannon made his first visit to Louisville He was employed to plaster the Baptist church at yeaer later 1850 he returned to Louisville to plaster the Cathedral of the Assumption then in courss of erection This work occupied some time and the young Irish tradesman saw that Louisville was prosperous and growing town He heree continuouslyrsuccessful ever since Two years after his advent to Louis I vine Mr Bannon began the manufacture e of ornamental terra cotta in a small way gradually branched out nthe burn ng of clays and sewn pipe Prom that time to the present be has been successful in every business venture he everl undertook In 1890 he began the manufacture of vitrified brick for streets and roadways end established plant at plantb t and Lexington are among the largest manufactories in Louisville Pat Hanson as bis old friends love to call him was married to Miss Louise E Smith in 1800 She was a daughter of Early Smith of Jefferson county and was a member of one of Kentuckys old est and best families For seventeen years she proved a loving consort and dutiful helpmate but died in 1877 Ii 1880 Mr Bannou married a second time nbut in 1903 he was again robbed of his consort by death Seven children were the result of his first union His living children are Mrs Edward OConnor and Mrs Robert L Burrell both of Loui I ville Mrs P A Hardesty of Corinth Miss M J Bannon R B Ba net non and Pat Bannon Jr The la three named his sons are asso dated with their father in business and are following close upon his exam pie Both firms were incorporated fin 1902 the Po Bannon Sewer Pipe Com Preeldeatt M J Bannon Vice Preeldent H M Woltring Secretary and RB Bannonn Treasurer while the officers of the Ken areidP Bannon Sr President M J Bannou VicePresident R L Barrel Secretary and P Bannon Jr Treasurer 11Mr Bannon received a visit this week from Joseph Steele of Memphis Tenn from whom was purchased the site of the pipe works Mr Steele formerly worked Mempbinof la Joseph began workleg for Mr Bannoa a18Oud is arillm his ewploy lrnthei veteran employe elM r aie Begrae ABtrave wh has been 8s0SI employ since 18tHco 1 C n a n THE GREEN CURSEII Absinthe Has Caused Much Lunacy and Crime In France Its production has recently been hibited in Belgium The 735 hectoJatresII annually consumed in France fifty ago have now become 133000 yarsI century ago the total amount of drink consumed in France was about 600000 hectolitres now jt is 2000000 Lunacy and crime have increased in pro portion Sixty years ago there were 10000 lunatics now there ere Within about thirty years crime 80000I creased almost tenfold The wrought in France by absinthism ia fearful Fearing an invasion of itt Bel gium prohibits the green peril The clerical government of Belgium the most stable popular government in the world passes not One useless parlia mentary measure nor omits any really useful one while the enlightened secret society administration of France has been engaged now for five or six years in paralyzing the power of the nation and in making it atheistic RECENT DEATHS It was with great regret that the many friends of Daniel Scanlan an old snd esteemed resident of the Hill learned of his death which occurred at his home 1409 Payne street on Sunday night He was sixtytwo years of age and a native of Ireland One daughter Mrs Katie Ciowe survives him The funeral took place from St Aloysius church on Tues day morning Mrs Mary Sullivan seventy years old died Sunday night at the residence of her soninlaw John J Sullivan 1405 Rubel avenue The funeral took place from St Aloysius church on Tuesday morning The deceased had been a resi dent of Louisville more than fifty years and was held in high esteem The pathy of many friends is extendedSYUlII family in their grief John Carroll an old acd esteemed res- Ident of New Albany died at his home in that city on Monday The deceased was eightytwo years old and is survived by his wilt and five children The funeral took place from Holy Trinity church on Wednesday and was attended by hIS many friends The funeral of Mrs Winifred Moran the venerable mother of Patrick Michael and Luke Moran who died Saturday night took place from the Church of Our Lady at 0 oclock Tuesday morning The interment was in St Johns cemetery Mrs Moran lived at 2723 Marine reet caj was well known and highly respected ilit Jhat community The funeral of Mrs Margaret L daughter of Mr and MrsThotuas Jordan who died Saturday morning took place from the family residence 1565 Lytle street on Tuesday morning and from St Patricks church halfan hour later The deceased was in her nineteenth year and her untimely demise was a source of great grief to her parents and friends Daniel OLeary one of Spencer coun tys most substantial farmers died sud denly at his home near Wakefield on Monday He was sixtysix years old Mr OLeary was the father of twelve grown children one of whom is Gus T OLeary Louisville salesman for Wash ingtonCrosby Co The funeral took place from the Church of All Saints at Fairfield on Tuesday the Rev Father Revermann officiating ENCYCLICAL TO FARMERS It is announced that Pope Plus will soon issue an encyclical letter addressed to all the Bishops of the world in which the condition of the tillers of the soil will be discussed COURTESY AND MANNERS Good manners are the key to advance mgmt iulkfe 11Tlie tactful person makes aiatudy bf the character of others and wards off unpleasont words avoids argu ment which is sure to lead beyond the fields of pleasantness and is polite and considerately courteous Manners aim to facilitate life writes Emerson They alii our dealing and our conversation These forms very soon become fixed and a fine sense of propriety Is cultivated with the more heed that it becomes a badge of social and civil distinction He also writes that a beautiful behavior is the finest of the fine arts Society demands an element which it signifi cantly terms good uature expressing all degrees of generosity from the lowest willingness and faculty to oblige up to 1the heights of magnanimity and love TRAILING GOWNS TABOOED The women in America who are permitted to wear frocks with trains as long as they like will be astonished to learnI isiis tabooed An American lady was accosted in one of the parka in a German city by a polic meat who bade her hold up her gown inasmuch as the trailing damaged the gravel and also he added did th gown no good She demurred pointing out that in her opinion the damage to the gown was of little consequence At one the policeman produced a formidable looking book in which in equally formid able German it was stated that to let a dress drag on the pathway was an offense against the law- SELF A perfect understanding of self is a perfect understanding of all things for- man is the conden whole From such a man no power is withheld All things are obedient to bin The old Greek taatto Knowtbys ff covers trie wholel range of wisdom V man who really knows bl etCiaUte inner recesses of his being all the w raders of bra body soul and spirit has eand the royal road to God kn t P BANNON President Vt F MJBANNON VlcePree 1 Gin Mgr ROBT BURRELL Secretary 1 r P TNiittrn KoDtucky liel BfckCDof JrtxCORIORATIDAiuxzufaotur sra o2 VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR AND Office 508512 W Jefferson St TELEPHONE 573 BAiNi0N1B I fi STREET ROADWAYS Works +I 1TELEPHONE1 A J x FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60f V s INCOUfORATBlD Brewers and BottlersXLOTJI8VIJLI13 IJ PABST BEERJJ 6u ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected bal and hopsnever permitted to leave brewery until properly aged J TEuEPHONE is3eO Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson DRINK Hofbrau Pilsen r B BREWED BY SENN ACKERM BRE2VING COJMPIN- OORPORArEDTELEPHONE 482 LOiTISKILLB Cumb Phone Main 1913 hone THIS WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS tI Celebrated Draught and Bottled 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It is an aid to digestion and far better than Medicine for strengthening nerves and building tiuuejj To get Fehr quality Fehr flavor and Fehr purity one must get Fehr Beer If your dealer cant supply you advise with us Well see that you get genuine FFX L- Fskit 1 Frank Brewing Co Louisville Keatucky I11III LOUISVILLEnv t My But Thats GoodS Try It 1 I In the Brewing of Fehrs Beer the rich and nutty flavor of the ripe grain is singularly retained This rarely delightful flavor the rich amber color and the glor F ious sparkling snapping creamy foam all please the eye and palate and dwell pleasantly in onestmemory It is a Deer a Want More taste r One that you can adopt for home use with the feeling that It is the best It dont cause biliousness like beers with lew age andcarelathe brewss PurItywhy taereV no purer beer made tamt be Deat take substitute get PlXoL j rankFebr BrewingI n Ifttvilk KiriMk 7L446 IJ fSrrt C I 1 0 J In The Good Old SummerTime There is nothingso deliciously cooling and 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