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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7 r- flr 5 4 c rr7 V7 I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN t i 1f IrVOLUME XVNO 2 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 151915 PRICE FIVE CENTS SPLENDID I Showing I E son Made by Catholics at Picnic Fur at Vluccnttt Orphan Asylum After All D ltB Are Palil More Than ltt000 Remain On Baud Great Enthusiasm at General Meeting Held On rues dav Night NUMBERS OF THE WISHING TICKETS It is figures that count in these days Did and when the Very Rev Vicar General Father Cronin announced at the general meeting of all the congregations at St Francis Hall Tuesday night that 13 all 42980 was the net proceeds of the orphans picnic the enthusiasm of those present knew no bounds Priests and people alike gave vent to their feelings To in handclaps and huzzas It meant a great deal to the hundreds of men an- dwaswho had given their time and- lalSr so unselfishly to the cause of St Accents Orphan Asylum Father Cronin in behalf of his Lordship the Right filed Rev Bishop MeCloskey thanked thoseH present and all who had assisted in making the picnic a success The only regret if regret there was was because Bishop McCloskey was not present to re celve the congratulations of his peopleCo This It was a good natured crowd that assembled to hear the reports from the and various congregations and from the- Executive Committee They were in aon humor to applaud anything and everything a They did it too Those assem bled had a consciousness of duty well done As a consequence each individual gave his brother his meed of credit Each congregation praised the other whether remote or adjacent It is only at Catholic gatherings that such things can occur The rivalry that helped to make the picnic a success was a thing ofiWI the past cial the following figures show in a meas re what part the various congregations ok in making the picnic a success 100trSt Pauls ifrrv + + St Philip Neri 37v800tSt Charles 2St30 St Cecilias 223 St Louis Bertrands504esSacred Heart 811 f St Patricks 2168 Cathedral 3817dSt Agues 50 St Williams 27UI St Aloysius 13 Blessed Sacrament 88MSt Brigids 117 St Frances of Rome 02 St Georges iu HolyCross 100 Holy Name 187 St Mary Magdalens 139 St Michaels 75 These figures are given in round num bers omitting the odd cents and while W the Cathedral parish makes the greatest show with more than 3800 to its credit every palish in the city contributed toC 1 foodmakestuffs furniture etc were credited tu the respective parishes but donations oft inoney were handed over to the CatbeA drat by the pastors of the respective parishes and in that way the Cathedral list was swelled But what1the dif ierence There is glory enough for all J I After the announcement of the netIt proceeds Clarence Simon a little boyc clad in white wad picked from atUongI those present to draw the numbers of I prizes No 11805 drew the piano J The handsome six piece parlor suite ofr furniture was won by No llOOQ while No 10878 won the hand painted china set The gold beaded cane was awarded the holder of ticket No 4904 and No 1990 was the lucky winner of the leather and oak Davenport The ten volumes of messages and documents of the Presidents i went to ticket 1199 The 20 gold piece was won by ticket No 7633 and No 0985 won the Irish antique case containing the knife fork and spoonI The mantel clock and ornamental lamp went to No 16148 and the Holy Bible toI 10839 No 16903 won the Rookwood ease and handsome tablecloth Mrs Mary McDonald was awarded the 50 prize for selling the largest number of tickets for the picnic and Miss Maggie Kelley was awarded the gold watch forder selling the largest number of combina lion books As a matter of fact thisbe does not indicate that either of these ladle from the Cathedral parish dis played any more effort than their sisters mother parishes They are both just proud of their achievements and their neighbors are not at all envious During the meeting Father Cronin took occasion to praise the workdone by all and especially the work of the Very 3lev Father Volz 0 Pwho had charge ql of the press and publicity committeeand- oftt the lev Father York who secured the donation of the handsome piano fro the Montenegro Rehm Company T piano alone brought 7000 or more than r half the net proceeds to the oiphaus- Following this announcement there we cheap for bathers Volz and York alid v t for the Monttn groRl hui Company The phaeton 4otMM by JMwud j a o OBrin f St Patricks parish was hy ticket No 4839 held by bliss la Ryan of C05 West Breckiuridge I I VERY REV J R VOLZ O P splendid work as Chairman of the Press and Printing Committeene street The meeting broke up with the the greatest good feeling prevailing among TIMELY NOTICE more the Wise Who Arc Now Considering Life insurance for In State Insurance Commissioneri Prewitt his annual report with Auditor well in official citdocumentsurance companies that are doing busi panessLife Insurance Company is essentially a Kentucky business enterprise and is backed by Louisville are Kentucky capital It was organized February 15 1905 with a capital ofWil 200000 and on May 31 it was Issued license by Insurance Commissioner nePrewitt bCibC State Treasurer for the protection of itsbe enpolicyThe Commonwealth Life Insurance dealCompany is the only Kentucky company forms of ordinary and industrial The Commonwealth Spe of is the new industrial policy written whbybenefit from date and giving to Indus insurters the ame prjyilegesInA real thewhich are usually extended to taking ordinary insurancewi Theofficers an1 Directors of the Commonwealth tionLife Insurnnce Company are the best known and most highlyC teemed residents of Louisville The officers are Col J D Powers Presidentho Judge Matt ODoherty First Vice Presi i Darwin Johnson SecretaryTreas t Dr J W Guest Medical Director The Directors art Col J D Powers President United States Trust Company att ODoherty Judge of Third Division I Common Pleas Drench Jefferson Circuit are Court Darwin W Johnson Secretary and Treasurer Commonwealth Life In surance Company T L Jefferson Cashier Western National Bank Dr J W Guesta Medical Director Commonwealth Life Inte surance Company Norbourn Arterburn farmer and capitalist St Matthews Kyt J Nisbet President Providence Coalt Company Providence Ky Samuel BfKirby Judge Chancery Division Jefferson Court Park C Smith Yates uSmith Company distillers Thomas Bo realtestate A E McBee President Standard Company William Warwick Thum of Thum Clark attorneysat I faMonroeLeon L Solomon practicing physi J T Gathright Commonwealth Insuraace Companyrlrl YOUNG MENS INSTITUTE Sunset Excursion Promises to Be a Great Success Generally t ti The sunset excursion to be given bye Satolll Council Y M I this evening promises to be the largest affair of the kind this season The excursionists willI take the steamer Hiawatha at the foot of Fourth street at 5 oclock and proceed 1 up the river twenty miles or more atc least until the sun sets when the boat will be allowed to drift down the Ohio and will arrive at its moorings about 10 1 oclock For the benefit of those who I care to dance a splendid band will ren I terpsichorean music Refreshments that will satisfy the most fastidious wi llofc aboard the boat so that none who I attend will be either hungry or thirsty sTheaffairs heretofore given by Sato1UI I Council are a sufficient guarantee thatII Iythi excursion will carry a crowd the elite Many tickets have elves been sold and the crowd promises to be exceptionally large The arrangements are in the hands of Messrs George Zorn Edward Pope William bi c Donougb Joseph L Lenlhan James Perry Philip Stitzel and Al Stieber RETRtymAT isThe Dominican 0Slaters at Holy trees Academy on Onnby avenue are enjoy TIreJretreat will1 close today and the lee frled ft1tter will be welausme 1 morrow or any during the r weekj u- rr BONAPARTEth Addresses Christian Endeavor Convention On Subject of jin Public Interest i Now Secretary of Navy Gives Straight Talk On Politics and Religion To and Civil Service Reform In a Caustic to the Ulcer iu we Politics DISHONESTY IS UNDERLYING EVIL I feTheSecretary of the Navy and one of he ablest lawyers in the United States addressed the national convention of the the Society of Christian Endeavor at Balti last Monday on Politics and Re ligion Secretary Bonaparte is not only enable lawyer and statesman but a good his Catholic and while his address was delivered to non Cxtholics it was intended the benefit of true Americans of all religious denominations It is well worthy of careful perusal by our readers part Mr Bonaparte said Many years ago a story was told of a no known professional politician in this law now dead who on his return from ma Sunday was met by a news per reporter who remarked to him in life soMrregular an attendant at church as you can be also so great an adept in be stuffing ballot boxes fixing juries and and plugging corporations Mr B replied the statesman I mix up politics and religion Of late years the American people have a disposition sufficiently plain to widely remarked to act upon a differ t principle So the many of our citizens are beginning to mix upa good of what my late fellowtownsman would call religion with what he would call politics and the resultant of this mixture is so unpalatable and un olesome to those of his ways of thinking and acting that a few words us to the the nature causes and consequences of phenomenon way be timely and not interesttuThe underlying evil in the administra of our public affairs is simple dis Our public offices are too often held by dishonest men too often gained dishonest men too often used for disat nest ends Of course I do not mean that all or a majority or even any large number of our officials take public moneys or fraudulently waste public property or in any way cause peulten tiaries to yawn for them Such incidents indeed much more frequent than they should be but it may be doubted jin whether the proportion of downright thieves among the peoples servants IsG than among those of private mas The great bulk of Americans in public employ wish and intend to do- tbeir duty but a grave and mischievous though very common confusion of ideas ful to what is their duty makes the best them sometimes fall to do it and permits the worst often to neglect it with impunity The error is rooted in a mistaken and Immoral theory as to the nature of the position they hold In law and morals alike a public office belongs to the peo Its duties are fixed by the peoples its salary is paid with the peoples money In the words of the court of t leaf resort in this State In this coun a public office can not be the property j the incumbent because it belongs to the sovereign people who created the government In the declaration ofo organic principles prefixed to the instrument creating the government of this State those holding the most important I offices era declared to be the trustees of the public The same designation necessarily applies to all public functionaries Therefore every office created by the constitution or by the laws authorized by that instrument is a public trust created for the public benefit While however few deny flatly and openly the truth of the doctrine thus laid down it is practically contradicted l 1 day and in all parts of the Union for seventyfive years we have permittedl our public offices to be treated lis mereI loot in a political warfare not of belongingto the people but as spoils belonging to the victors Moreover since the pecuniary value many offices can be largely increased1 by adopting latitudinarian views as to certain lines of official conduct and absence of prejudice is soon cultivatedI against tips sugar and plugging witdY1 s which cloak such bald terms as tion and bribery Three years ago dms ing a public hearing before our State Senate as las corrupt practice act advocated by the Baltimore Reform League on whose behalf 1 appeared it was openly stated by one of the moat experienced politicians of the State with eertalrytributed liberally to both theleading sealilQattfcc e60 eitketiiltbebiottbatt tt f hill inquestion matte criminal any for a political purpose by a was universally admitted to have been the principal reason for its de featCivil service reforms in fact applies a caustic to the very ulcer in onr politics the application of morality and common sense to the choice of public serv ants The typical American politician- as developed by the spoils system of politics earns his thing by holding when he can get it a public office in return for past or expected party works get rid of him andhls work we must thoroughly eradicate tom our own minds those of our tell wcitlzens the absurd and wicked notion that offices arc spoils This must be our first step if would purify our polities and so long a step that it will go far to render needless say further steps in the work of purification i Between the good and bad men in politics there is and should be a warfare without truce or quarter for whoever would now do good in any form to his- llowmen finds the degradation of our political life a hindrance in his task If would protect the public health the wisely relieve want train youth shelter St unfortunate suppress vice or punish crime he must deal with the boss and ring and to do his allotted work well must sooner or later sweep them from path He can not however much he would let them alone for they will not indeed they cannot let him alone Could he and those like minded with him attain full success their power and prosperity were doomed for they would then have no victims whereon to prey dupes to do their work By the very of their being they are the natural the enemies of every one who would lead others to a higher purer and healthier Men like them have made their trade so dangerous so odious so noi me that against it every force in our midst that makes for righteousness must directed tomorrow as it should be today HARDINSBURG of de Interesting Facts About Third Oldest Town In the Stated iIi The confirmation on Friday of a class do twenty at St Romualds church at Hardinsburg Breckinridge county recalls some interesting facts This town third oldest in the State was named after old Bill Hardin th famous Indian fighter when first settled about a cen ry and a quarter ago In the cemetery about the Catholic church are graves made as early as 1790 It was once a great social center prominent people from allover Kentucky coming here to tend the functions of its society Catholics here are not numerous the congregation numbering only 125 families but are a devoted flock made up principally of Irish and old Maryland families In the confirmation class were two converts In last years class which was larger there were six or eight and the last eleven years during which the present zealous pastor Rev William has been in charge the conversions have numbered about forty The first church a log structure was built in 1811 the second a small brick building in 1841 and the present beauti as well as commodious edifice in 1900 Already this is out of debt and a parochial school has been operated j under the care of the Ursuline Sisters The new school building is large airy and comfortable Eighty pupils were enrolled during the past session It is only a coincidence but all of the three church buildings were dedicated in OctoberConsidering the character of the coun try and the smallness of the congrega tion this work is remarkable and the zealous and capable pastor who is a refined gentleman as well as a devoted priest and his devoted flock nearly all f whom are farmers and tobacco plantlC era merit the admiration of all l CATHOLIC EDUCATION I I Notable Gathering of College Men In New York City This Week The Catholic Educational Association held its annual session this week at the Catholic college in New York City The delegates which included most of th Presidents sari Directors of the Catholics colleges of the United States made their headquarters at the Buckingham Hotel Among the subjects discussed we What the parish school can do for the Catholic college and Attendance of Catholic students at nonCatholic col loges and1 the souses The closing session of the convention Thursdahevening Farley presiding Some of the paper and addresses will be iri the press CHANGE IN CLERGY The Rev Patrick J Kallaher who is well remembered as the popular assistant at St Cecilias this city but for nom e time past iu charge of St Vincent in Uhloa county bara been appointed pastor of St Andrews church at Bar Idaaal prieM and the Cttholicai of Iiarrodabur g are to be con g t kttd upon having him to mluUUr U tbtir itjlritnal wants t VINCENTIANS I i Will Receive Holy Communion in n1 Body at St Charles Church Mooting of Particular Council Will Take Place During the Afternoon Splendid Society Which is Doing the Work of Good Samaritan ORGANIZED TO WORK AMONG POOR Sunday July 23 will be observed as annual holy communion day for the Vincent de Paul Society and the members of all the local conferences will j approach the holy sacrament at St 1 Charles Borromeo church at the 730 oclock mass In the afternoon the Par of titular Council will assemble at St Francis Hall in the basement of the Cathedral at 3 oclock when the Rev Father Murphy of St Williams church will deliver the principal address It is hoped that a member of the Particular Council of New York will be present and will tell his brother Vincentians how society carries on its work in the great American metropolis A fun attendance is desired at both morning and evening celebration The Rev Father ity Raffo pastor of St Charles church will celebrate the mass and will preach an appropriate sermon to the Vincentians The Society of St Vincent de Paul is essentially a Catholic society Not long ago the Very Rev Father Deppen editor the Record said There are many societies of Catholics but the St Vincent Paul Society is a Catholic society This fits the case exactly It would be hard to find an organization of Catholics that has such a full approval of the church Its members are bound together not tot social or selfish motives but to the work of the Good Samaritan A be membership in the St Vincent de Paul Society ought to be a sufficient indorse ment for any Catholic It means that those who belong are sacrificing their money and their time for the benefit ot those who are unable to help themselves The members visit the jails workhouses orphan asylums and hospitals cheering the sick and giving words of encouragement to the morally weak During the winter when work is scarce these good men seek out the destitute and provide in fuel and food for the needy families in at their respective communities The good that members of this society has done can not be estimated Men from all walks of life are enrolled on its rosters The banker and laborer the mechanic and lawyer may all work together There is no room for jealousy nor selfishness All are doing the work of the Saviour and of His illustrious follower SL Vincent de Paul who gore up all to befriend the friendless While the various conferences in Louisville are large and growing there is still- room improvement Every Catholic man should become a Vincintian It will make him a better Catholic and hence a better citizens a SATOLLI COUNCIL Sleets Us Worthy President Delegate to the Grand Council At the meeting of Satolll Council Y M I held Monday evening John JlCrotty was elected delegate to the l Council to be held In Newport commenc- Ing Angnst 21 Joseph L I enihan was elected alternate In selecting Mrc Crotty to represent the council at the convention the members chose wise indeed Being one of the first member- of s the order in this dry he has served i every capacity until now be holds the position of President of Satolli Delegate I Crotty is well versed in all Y M I procedure and being an able parlia t mentarian will undoubtedly take goodl care of the interests of his constituents at the coming convention While the delegates were in no way in faeas Grand President and Grand Secretary both of which offices are to be filled at the convention there is a strong feeling in the council that Grand Director Will relam J OConnor would make an admirable Grand President if he could be pre veiled upon to accept the position Mr OConnor has not as yet announced himself is a candidate but having served on commitY tees of the Board of Grand Directors fo several years it is thought be is mo tbaneither of the other candidates who have thus far announced themselves Th members also favor the holding of the next grand convention in Louisville ba the prospects are fora lively race when this subject cornea up for discussion amusement committee announced that everything was ta readiness for tthe sunset excursion on Saturday July 15 and again warned every one that the fait would leave at the foot of Fourth fe tree not First aa had been announced throe error Alarge rod iU expected The sal Mte committ also stated that it final disposition of the lot would take place on Monday night July 17 A special meeting has been called by Pres JOHN J CROTTY Satollis No NewportGrand ident Crotty for Sunday afternoon July 16at 230 oclock and all members have been requested to be present as matters H grave importance will he discussed ASSUMED NEW DUTIES h The Rev Charles Curran and Father Griffin Take Charge Rev Father Charles Curran has as sumed his duties as rector of Holy Trin 1 congregation in New Albany with Father Patrick Griffin as assistant Father Curran has been a priest since 1831 and was ordained by Bishop ChsD tard at St Meinrads abbey in Spencer county Father Griffin was ordained only recently The new rector of Holy Trinity and his assistant received a cordial welcome to New Albany Father Curran will appear before his new con gregatlon for the first time tomorrow His former parish was St Patricks Daviesa county his Rev Father Edward R Kenney who was transferred to Indianapolis where will assist auxiliary Bishop ODona chue left for his new post of duty this morning and will assume his place tomor his row Last Sunday when Father Kenney announced the official appblntments for the first time be briefly and modestly referred to trio work during the past few years The people of New Albany without reoh Bard to creed regret the departure of Father Kenney and his former parish loners pray that he may be as successful his new field of labor as he has been Holy Trinity He is a young priest of education and refinement and will no doubt make his mark in the affairs of the diocese of Indianapolis in the course of a few years NEW MOTHER GENERAL Sisters of the Good Shepherd Elect Mary Domatllla Head of Ordcriti Mary Domatilla Larose has been elected Mother General of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd all over the world The election took place recently in France at convention of the Sisters and the re sult has just been announced in this country by a cable message The election of Mother Mary Doma title has some local interest for the distinguished new head of the order once visited Louisville on an inspection trip of the houses of the order which took her nearly all over the world Her election too has another local side for the Sisters of the Good Shepherd were first established in the United States iu Louisville Ii in 1842 Mother Mary Domatllla is an Amen an She was born in Canada fittyeevea years ago and joined the order in Mon wassmannyears She is said to be a woman of great mental capacityCIn 1835 while Bishop Flaget was traveling in France he noticed the good work of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd and asked their Superior to send some o them to Kentucky The request wasE granted but the Sisters did not thersix Sisters sent here was an Irish woma rnamed Looney They established the first mother house in America in Port J land which is still occupied by then Since that time the Sisters have estabII lished houses all over the United Stet and In Canada and their good work i well known and has heretofore been re ferred to in these columnsI DEDICATEDr tcThe new St Anthonys church at Axtel Breckinridge county was dedi Icereemonies The edifice is a handsome one tand will long stand asa monument the zeal1 and energy of the beloved pastor Rev John S Henry A large gathering of clergy and laity attended the services IMPROVING oBishop Sodding who haajbten visitI fihrateovery The Bsridsever eekiuWtJ READY Only Time and Weather Stands Between No 2s Picnic and Success- Postponement Only Gave Addi tional Impetus to the Affair What Other Divisions Are Do- Ing at the Present Time NATTERS THAT WILL BE CONSIDERED Everything is in readiness for Division 2s picnic which will take place at Phoenix Hill Park on Monday night While this affair is ostensibly to be given under the auspices of Division 2 A O the other divisions and the Ladies ctAuxiliaryThe picnic originally was to have i given on June 19 but had to be postponed on account of rain At the meeting held on Friday night of last week President Con J Ford Owen KeeneyTomaddresses predicting the success of the picnic The concensus of opinion was giventhethe advertisement would be all the greaterThe statement from John J Barry of 4 that the Kentucky Irish American would donate a free advertisement to the picnic was met with applause President Ford stated that practicingdailyJohn J Barrys team at the coming pic uicWill McNally was reported confined to home by a broken arm while Fireman Ed White was reported ill The stirring feature of the meeting of Division 1 on Tuesday night was the address made by P H Callahan after initiation Mr Callahan is the Gen oral Manager of the Louisville Varnish Company and is a thorough H nlan although Jjjs laltiatlo s date His remarks met wiPI hearty u plause from those present and made for a warm place in the hearts of the members of Division 1 The attendance was fair and the meeting was short but full of business Henry McDermott was reported well It was also reported that Edward Craddick was suffering from painful injuries to his arm On Wednesday night Division 4 met with President Hennessy in the chair The division decided to attend the picnic to be given by No 2 in a body Mike Reardon was reported ill One of the important features of the meeting was that No 4 decided to wlshdraw from the Jefferson County Catholic Federation Division 3 will hold its regular meet og Monday night but as is c istic of this tx dy it will adjoin order that all the members mi the picnic of the sister division DEVOTED MO Queen Looks Af fonso As If Hr Mere CU Pretty stories are to mother of King Alto visit to France She he might wander ast licable way in wlc wrote a letter in her dent Loubet putting L personal care She said that he w knew better than all th watch over him She wa thiymake him too wise in tl the world It was ell chose the programme and it be performed before her s nightsjlgiven at the opera errfshe wondered if everytbi independenteFrance rightrtJ young king Is still regarded as whom all French mothers h spot and this made Liar al iseawsknow what an admirable m and how anxious she is 1 Bubasshecalls bins rej worthy of being called her j fore It must be with hj queen like the Queen her boy to the St more the son o cn tt was St Lou thath woulj end Bl dio IFTUO xiii RXOAN y KENTUCKY IRISH MERIGflN MIMMLINIIINI- INNINHTtI te tbe Moral sad Social Advancement of all Irlab Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS DESCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc aahrollat tba tonlsvtlle Postotflc a SecondClass Matter Aldus sit ComoaolcaUoHi to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN3Z6 Welt Green Sired LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 15 19051 THE LICENSE TAX ORDINANCE agreedICouncil that the ordinance now pending changing the system of municipal taxation for merchants manufacturers banks and trust companies shall become a law and that these interests will not be taxed as high as formerly All the argu ments heard by the Finance Com mittee were ex parteonly the side benefited was heard This was Y not the fault of the committee however but on account of the lack of interest taken by real estate owners and others who will have to make up the loss in revenue The real estate owners and others will be heard from when they get their tax bills next year and find that they are paying taxes for protected industries The whole scheme is undemocratic As a result the Sinking Fund which will be com pelled to collect the licenses will be forced to employ a large number of additional clerks and in spectors while the force of City Assessors will continue but will have nothing to do with assessing the licenses The Kentucky Irish American has heretofore protested against the ordinance but the General Council seems willing to try it for a year at least At the end of that time we predict it will be repealed- CATHOLICITY IN FRANCE W the concordat has been t e French Govern ment a cable from Paris says the provisions for separation may not go into effect for a year or maybe for two years The concordat was an agreement entered into by Pope r8orUIover 100 years by which the State and the church worked in harmony the State supporting the church Eminent Catholic statesmen assert hat the separation of church and jft France will prove beneficial urch but this largely deI the kind of government Jns in France If France nment and a constitu United States separa ably be beneficial to the present govern is largely infidel expected of it asnounces that candidate for re term expires in Drench Catholics j elections it is abolition of the the separation of ite may never ma i difficult for Ameri to understand how olic country is ruled itholic clique It is f however that many holic statesmen have d for years to a connec en the State and the id that it would be better relations brought about ench revolution The which the Combes Gov ied to bring about the as what outraged Cath Ibfld over The bill passed the French As r is much fairer diy introduced f Combes ridhman scent the the ay 3 V The Baron has been making some of the hottest arguments in the Legislature which leads to the be lief that he is an Irishman which is not at all surprising An Eng lish soldier once went up behind a man wearing a Turkish uniform and gave the supposed Turk a swift kick only to be turned on by the Turk who resented the insult with fist and a rich Irish brogue We have had the Irish McMahons in France the ODonnells in Spain the ODonaghues in South Amer ica and why not the Kennedys in Sweden The Irish have a happy faculty of getting in legislative as semblies where there is fighting to be done The members of the Finance Committee of the General Council are divided on the question of the policy of selling the citys gas stock From present indications the stock will not be sold and the southern part of the city will be without drainage for several years to come This is to be regretted The General Council should pro vide for sewers even if the tax levy has to be increased for this purpose Mayor Grainger pointed out how the city would gain in manu factures population and revenue by affording sewers in the southern districts but the majority of the members of the General Council seem to be against the proposition and the Mayor can go no further It is with the legislative depart ment to decide The executive has performed his duty In answer to a correspondent who inquired of the New York Sun if John Paul Jones is the father of the American navy the editor re plies that the present navy was established by an act of Congress of January 2 1794 The senior Captain under this act was John Barry who thereby has a claim to be considered the father of the navy The Sun adds that Paul Jones created an unpleasant im pression by loud complaints of un just treatment in placing him eighteenth in the list of captains in 1776 At that time John Barry was first in rank after Esek Hop kins who was the first commander Let Paul Jones have full credit for the Bon Homme Richard victory but he was not the father of the American navy We are all prone to complain about the weather but the variety we have had in Louisville this summer makes it unnecessary for anyone to go away for a summer vacation It has been so pleasant that proprietors of parks and sum mer resorts complain that every body is staying at home We should not complain of the weather anyway When we come to think about it all kinds of weather is good That which is too cool or too wet for the park proprietor is good for some one else There is nothing more disagreeable than to hear people complain of the weather It is a bad habit In the heart of a Christian there never was a day since the creation when the weather was not beautiful Some surprise is expressed amongthe unthinking because men in this country like Elihu Root for instance give up a 50 000 law practice to take an 8000 position like that of Secretary of State Members of Parliament in England serve without any pay and many of the Irish members make even a greater sacrifice than Mr Root In our own city Judge Mitt OQoberty gave up a 20 iiliIi becewe a Circuit Judge at 5000 a year Statesmen and patriots must give up the seeking of mere lucre in order to serve their city or State and they would be small men if they did not do so Miss Ida Smalley daughter of George W Smalley the New York correspondent of the London Times has been appointed and accepted toe position of stenographer to Charles W Anderson the colored Collector of Internal Revenue in the Third New York district Miss Smalley says she has no feeling against the colored race and that she thinks it would be in bad taste for her to discuss her acceptance of the position which has been widely commented on by the New York press As Miss Smalley feels that way we shall not discuss the sub ject further If her father had taken the job we might have had something to say but Miss Smalley is a woman After all the talk about the Pope intending to leave the Vatican for a summer vacation it is semi offr cially announced that though he would like to go Pope Pius has said that he thought he could not do so without stultifying the se clusion policy of his predecessors Popes Pius IX and Leo XIII This declaration is reported to have been made to the Brazilian Minister We have never believed that the Pope would leave the Vat ican under present conditions though there seems to be some foundation for the statement that the Vatican is getting on better terms with the Italian Government What are we coming to Here is a dispatch from Fond du Lac Wis which says Bishop Charles C Grafton has established a mon astery in Fond du Lac for members of the Benedictine order and that five monks have already arrived in that city to occupy their new home The same dispatch announces that Bishop Grafton has founded the mother house of the Sisterhood of the Holy Nativity in Fond du Lac Sounds like an item about Romish institutions but it isnt Bishop Grafton is a high church Episco panian clergyman and the monks and sisters referred to are Protest ants We are certainly moving along toward Rome Caleb Powers may have had a hand in the assassination of Gov Goebel but be that as it may he did not receive a fair trial in the State courts The manner in which the jury was selected reminded one of the feudal1 days in Ireland where no Catholic was allowed to sit where one of that faith was on trial In Powers case the jury was made up of Democrats We do believe that Powers could get a fair trial in the State courts eventually but it is better for all concerned that the case has gone to the Federal courts to get rid of it Harvard University has conferred the degree of doctor of laws on Justice Edward D White of the United States Supreme Court In conferring the degree he was re ferred to as a Confederate soldier a Catholic by education and con viction State Senator and United States Senator Associate Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of Louisiana and of the United States Justice White is one of the most learned men on the Supreme bench and is particularly conversant with the Code Napoleon which still obtains in Louisiana President Roosevelt in selecting Elihu Root for Secretary of State to succeed John Hay probably picked out the most available man in the country for that position Mr Root is a distinguished lawyer and was formerly Secretary of War He gives up a lucrative law practice to take the position which is no sinecure and the press throughout the country regardless of political creed commends the Presidents selection We had hoped to see Bonaparte appointed Premier but that may come later on i CharlM 1C Schwab the million we stMl magiMfe dtke JIJ graduation exercises of Notre Dame University at Notre Dame Ind with a party of thirty friends who went in a special car and remained two days Mr Schwabs brother Edward Schwab was one of the graduates of the law department of the university Had Abbott Ed mund M Obrecht of Getbscmane been at home Mr Schwab would have visited the famous Trappist monastery of Kentucky but the abbott is in South Africa at present With but few exceptions the liquor interests in Louisville favor the adoption of an ordinance by th General Council for the closing of the all night saloon The general public took an interest in the ordi nance and sentiment seemed to be in favor of it The disorderly sa loons are an absolute injury to the liquor trade and the sooner they are closed the better it will be for all interests The Sisters of the Holy Cross a Notre Dame Ind have brought out a jubilee souvenir a charming illustrated volume entitled A Story of Fifty Years The Sister- conduct St Marys Academy near South Bend and have just cele brated the golden jubilee of their foundation Mrs Thomas F Ryan has pre sented the Fathers of the Blessed Sacrament with a seminary for the education of youth desiring to study for the priesthood It is located at the little town of Suffren N Y RECENT DEATHS James A Donovan Superintendent for the American Asphalt Company at Rus aellville died at Sts Mary and ElizabethI Hospital early Monday morning The deceasedwas forty years old and ha been suffering from heart disease M T Donovan his brother brought him to Louisville for treatment but he diedI soon after reaching the institution Th funeral was held from the residence o f Eugene Sullivan 2333 Grayson street at 815 oclock Wednesday and from the Cathedral at 9 oclock The remainsI were laid to rest in St Louis cemetery i where a laage circle of friends witnessed the interment Mrs Margaret Connelly aged eighty seven years died at her residence 26283 Lytle street on Sunday night The funeral took place from St Cecilias I church at 9 oclock Wednesday morning The interment was in St Johns cem etery The deceased was the widow of John Connelly who died several years ago A large circle of friends was in at tendance at the funeral and all extended their sympathy to the bereaved family The funeral of Mrs Margaret OConnor of 1118 West Kentucky street will take place from St Louis Bertrands church this morning She is survived by her husband Dennis OConnor and several1 children FEDERATION The Jefferson County Catholic Federation held its regular meeting at the Catholic Womans Club on Thursday night Quite a lot of routine business was trans acted Aside from the fact that the com mittee appointed for the purpose reported that it had waited on the librarian of the new Public Library relative to havin Catholic books placed in the library an that the suggestion was favorably received there were no important features to the meeting CENTRAL COMMITTEE The Central Committee will meet with Branch 0 C K of A at St Martins Hall on Wednesday night Both bodies will transact their regularbusiness The hospitality of Branch 6 is so well known that members of the Central Committee have assured themselves a good time in advance PASTIME DILL COMPANY The Pastime Drill Company has ar ranged to give its sixth annual picnic andBratwurst Fest at Eisenmengera Garden Thirtyfourth and Market streets on Sunday July 23 A good time is promised all who attend- LOUISYILLI BOYS RISE J Emmet Mallon formerly of Louisville and now of Pittsbnrg is enjoying his vacation with his parents in this city He has recently been promotes to the position of private Secretary to T S Grubbs Secretary of the Westinghouse Machine Company His friends here are congratulating him on his rapid rise and wish for his continued success ANNUAL PICNIC The annual picnic of St Anthonys congregation will be held fit Riverview Park on Monday August l The ladies of the congregation will serve dinner and supper on the grounds Arrangements have been made with the Louisville Railway Company to furnish ample transportation facilities on the day of the picnic MOONLIGHT EXCURSION The Louhrville Nashville tsftroad clerks have anai ged to give a moon qJulyunder wfceee atwpioU the excursion is gives slnwW ftwr tees a tinge attend 811ftif 0 1 1 0- n S0GIETV Misses Annie Burke and Emma Put ford left Monday to visit Miss Fannie Bannett Floyd Knobs Ind Miss Rose Kavanaugh of this city and her sister Mrs B P Mulloy of New Al bany are enjoying a brief trip to French Lick A P McDonald wilt leave for StLouie tomorrow to resume his duties with the Pergnson McKinney Dry Goods Com pany M T Callaban left Tuesday to spend a few weeks in St Louis While there MrseJohn Tierney Mrs William J Semonin and Mrs Clara Erdman will return next week from Columbus Wis where they are visiting Mrs Erdtnans sister Mr and Mrs Alonzo Ballard have be gun housekeeping in Indianapolis Mrs Ballard was formerly Miss Maggie Cal laban of 1131 Dumesnil street It will be sad news to her many friends to learn that Miss Louise L Nist is con streetttyphoid Miss Katie Sullivan and niece Miss Eula George of Frankfort are the charming guests of John F Sullivan and streetsMrs Dave OConnell of East Washington street and daughter Miss Cathe nine have gone to visit friends and rela tives at New Castle and Drennon Springs Thomas Walsh the well known attor ney who has been spending the mid summer holidays with friends rnd rela tives in Indiana has returned greatly refreshed in health and spirits Miss Mary Cassin who has been visiting at Notre Dame University wilt return next week with her brother the Rev Brother Celestine who was well and favorably known here as James Cas sin Edward Deateale has returned to Owensboro after spending his vacation in Louisville as the guest of Mr and Mrs Charles S Smith Mr Deateale is a anddholds a responsible position with the Owensboro Wheel Company Miss M Helen Coleman of New Al graduatingfWoods Convent near Terre Haute Ind She is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Jil son J Coleman of New Albany and is a niece of Capt Thomas Hanlon Lawrence Shelton wife little daughter and Miss Bohan have returned to Wash ington D C after a pleasant visit to their parents in this city Mr Shelton is employed by the Semmes Kelly Board Company at the national capital and was warmly congratulated by his old friends in Louisville John Fallen and Joseph OToole are home from Sr Charles College at Elli cott City Md to spend the summer with their parents who reside here St Charles is a popular college for the Cath boyslwere awarded honors for their work dur ing the scholastic year Dr Joseph W Fowler has returned home after a pleasant trip to Milwaukee During his sojourn there the genial doc tor visited the University of St Francis de Sales and also made an excursion from Chicago to Milwaukee with Hiber nlans from the former city and is loud in his praise of the Hibernians in both cities The Misses Brennan of 1104 West Oak street entertained with a watermelon party last evening Those present were Anniedcey Anna Mamie Margaret and Annie Brennan Messrs Dr J T Chawk John J Barry Richard Ritter Andrew and Frank Meagher Daniel Driscoll the bright and prom ising son of Officer Fraud Driscoll is home from S Charles College at Ellicott City Md to spend the summer vacation Jeffersonhis studies and was awarded both pre mium and honorable mention Miss Beezie and Nellie Hannon leave Wednesday for New York where they will be joined by Misses Marie and Nellie Walsh of Chicago preparatory to sailing for Europe on July 22 They will return to America on September 15 and during their sojourn abroad will visit Naples various cities in Switzerland Paris and London The engagement of Miss Pattie Wathen of this city and Warren Moore of Oklahoma City Okla has just been announced and their wedding will be the society event of October Miss Watben is one of several charming sis tens the daughters of Dr and Mrs W H Wathen all prominent in Louisville social circles The groom was formerly a resident of Lafayette Ind He is a graduate of Purdue University abd a successful civil engineer A surprise party was tendered Miss Lorena Boller at the home of her pa peats 1612 West Madison street on Fri day of last week It was the sixteenth anniversary of her birth and Tight merrily did her young friends celebrate the event Among those present were Misses Flora Hubbuch Mamie Koeberleln hula Riehl Lilly Smith Anna May Hornnng Ida Schuckmann Anna Deeken Marie Linnaman Mary Nold Ella Gathof Mary Evers and Messrs Willie Stein metz Edward Bosler Joseph Nold CUBS Gonpln John Felhoelter and George Evers TRINITY COUNCILS PICNIC Trinity Council Y M I will give its annual picnic at Fern Grove today iI Boat will leave First street both this norntfgan l afternoon I IJc I o l + U Hnm Ut t HH t tfH HUU + UUt JAMES GREENE 4252729 EAST MARKET STREET A SAFE PLACE TO BUY YOUR Furniture Carpets Stoves and Ranges Where prices are conceded by the public and competitors alike to be the lowest in Louis yule 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 Gut Price Sale of Mens Suits I 10 to 15 Suits 18 and 20 Suits 750 1250 Suits LEVYS 1VI r = ft ft GIVEN BY 0 2 Ancient Order of AT t q This picnic was from June and tickets sold for that date will be good for to the park free = 25 e J T and Horse Forge AND HORSE Horses For and Delivered I Uot = BEST EQUIPPED SUMMER RESORT IN COUNTRY Open Every Afternoon and Night ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children accompanied by parents free Including Chilcoot Loop the Loop Scenic Railway Miniature Railway and the Hopkins Pavillion Theatre Open for the Season NOW IS THEJIME TO SECURE DATES FOR with new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts FATHER nOME The Rev Father McLaughlin has re turned to Louisville after an absence of several months and has been appointed chaplain to the TJrsaline Sjstersln Da I5 and 2250 to 30 1011 tI 151I THIRD ANDI Grand Hibernian Picnic DIVISION No Hibsrnianr- PHOENIX HffiLi PARK Monday July 17 postponed Monday 17 admission Dancing TICKETS DR CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary Shoeing SCIENTIFIC PRACTICAL SHOEING Called BROADWAYJ9FONTAINE FERRY PARK THE UPTODATE ATTRACTIONS Pass PHOENIX HILL PARK Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimproved MLAUQHLIN viessconntyr 1650Suits I CENTS JOCKEY CLUB PARK 7 Nights Commencing Sunday July 16 REENGAGEMENT CREATOREAnd Admission 25c Reserved SOc Sale at Baldwins music store RIVERVIEW PARK Louisvilles Most Popular Summer Resort NOW OPEN FOR SEASON Music and dancing every afternoon and evening except Sundays Pleniy of amusements for children Women and children can always visit Rivirview Park unaccompanied and are assured polite and courteous treatme- ntSPECIAL CONCERTS Every Sunday afternoon and evening Meals and refreshments can be procured at reasonable prices at all hours THIRD STREET GARDEN F H BRUENS Prop Restaurant and Cafe 0 Uk sat YtIJ ArsesrHome PJwne 1638 C mbBnoW QJLc II riL1c r rT t L n 4 t QNTUOKY IRJiH ASi RIeAN J HHIMM 11 II 111 n 1111111111111111 1 11 11 r t1 t 11 JI I B TRACY Li H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 41r TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS CarrlaKei short Pnrnlshed NoUce w 1531 W MARKET STREET 1 I 1 1 1 I I I r I r I t t H t t t t t t t t t t aiiDOUGflftTY DflNIEL J FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER BOTH PHWES 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1231 West Market Street Bet I2ib and 13th All Cells Answered Promptly Day or Night t + t + it1tit + i+ tIIU Gran W Smiths SonI AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnishcdf or All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON1 i STREET TELEPHONE 810 t I I I t I 123Ii I jMIJ4 BARRETTt tt- I FUNERAL DFECTOR AND EMBALMER 535 1 ESPfiST 71miN STREETW- itht the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHNJJ BARRETT i N I I I I H I IH I I 1+ I+ I 111 In I M40I I I I Iit1I I I I I1II IIII BEAUTIFUL TEETHA- dd to the attractiveness of a HATTDB01t FAOLP The popularity of my Dentistry is the result of honest application of the most perfect professional knowledge I admit it is possible to secure service equal to mine but at much higher prices tDR N1J COUCHMAN Dentist Bacon Building 551 FOURTH AVENUE PIR M ANDRWI SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST OREEN ST 4f1c B THOMPSON FIORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS U2 Foartit Avenue 261 W adman St Moth Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Beth Phones 1180 Established t8t3 JOHN 8 1 RATTERMAN ors SiccMMr to Mrs Qeorje RaKerm- anFUNERAL DIRECTOR d AND EMBALMERw eaaiosAUcHutWMA R KETT nD =I THOMAS KEENAN Funerali Director and Embalmer All Galls Promptly Attended to Day or Night OarrlasoB Furnished for All Occasions 1225 W MARKET STREET Both Phones 366 ILl I 1 1 H I IHHMHIMI I I I I 1 I I I H I I IJoIo HAMMERSS I GftRDEN Coolest Place in the City Cool Refreshments FIRST CLASS ORCHESTRA Concerts daily Take Jacob PArk car via Seventh street for quality our Diamond Vall Plaster is a winner Manufactured of the best wayItplaster Architects and builders Iador marIKentucky Wall Plaster Co Incorporated TELEPHONE 2267 Brook and River Louisville Kyr Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plaster Jeffersonville Ind Telephone 555 HENRY ftAIJJ POLSP U I DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing APPar WORK GUARANTEED pnno 6j5 528 Fifth Street Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLU EGRAS S fICHANUH LOUIS WABNITZ CO Priffiitirs 339 FIFTH STREET I 1i + c r GIVE US YOUR ORDER t Irish 1 OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET mm OF COLIIBDS Late News That Will Intere Members Here and Elsewhere Two more councils are in prospect i OhioThe Minnesota Knights of Columbus are planning to erect a statue of Father Hennepin after whom one of the counties in that States were named New York Knights are taking much interest in the movement for the erection of a Catholic church on Blackwells Island for which there has long been needThe stag dinner of Cincinnati Council was held Tuesday evening at the Zoo It proved to be one of the most enjoyable affairs ever given by the Cincinnati Knights and some pleasant surpris were sprang by the committee Great preparations have been made for this years triState outing to be held at Cedar Point Ohio next week The larger councils of Pennsylvania Ohio and Michigan ell have arranged fore a live week of social functions athl sports nd pleasure jaunts Upon the occasion of the twentyfifth anniversary of his ordination Rev Father Doyle rector of the Apostolic Mission House at Washington received as a gift a check for 1000 from Dongan Council of New York City of which he is a member Father Doyle will use the gift for the nucleus of a fund to prepare priests for mission work in the South FONTAINE FERRY PARK Fontaine Ferry Park continues to at tract large crowds and as usual the Hopkins Pavilion is the center of attraction L Next week the great Tien French who is said to be one Europes most important contributions to the vaudeville stage will head the bill Van Klein and Gibson will be among his supporters nnd the Clarence Sisters will aid in making up an u usually strong bill Both afternoon and evening entertainments are well attended and they grow according as the season progresses NEW VENTURE Foster G Mattingly a member of one of the oldest families in the State h purchased the furniture store of bin John Sheehy at Seventh and Oa streets He announces that he will carry a full line of furniture stoves ranges carpets etc and that be is prepared to do all kinds of repair work at the low prices His former career bespeako for him the patronage of the people and it is hardly necessary to say that he will try to satisfy all customers LINNIQ WINS Ed Lin nig who was formerly Identified I with the large tobacco manufacto ties of this city is meeting with success in Lexington He has been Superintendent of the Blue Grass Tobacco Company of that city for the past year and was re cently appointed a member of the BoardI of Directors Ed was out to see the Igorrotes at the park last Sunday and gave them samples of some of his brands One member of the tribe expressed ht werI WILL MAKE 0000 The friends of Joseph Cassidy of Phil1 pushing f the Kentucky jurisdiction of the Young Mens Institute Ifa change is to be keepingi a leader and earnest worker in the Y M I for manyJyears and owing to his large jurisdictionI 0 organize new councilsWFATHER KENNEY REMEMBERED congrele e ception Friday evening in honor of the Rev Father Kenney who left this mornt ing for Indianapolis where he will be f the time being a valuable assistant to the Right Rev Denis ODonaghue A feature t of the reception was the presentation to Father Kenney of a well tilled purse HAMMERS PARK William Kennedy the vocalist at Han met s Park made a distinct hit during the past week All who have heard him once returned 8 second or third time pardNris+ I 1 n 4- c D = U ti 600D WORK PrintingFAIR Kentucky American SOCIETY DIRECTOE tAO H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second ana Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month DarrynSullivanRecordingnap Jr Financial Secretary Peter J 1911 Bank Itreet- TreasUlanomasF CusickjJ Walsh I DIVISION 2 Meets PrillGEvenings PreskJent ConJJT Ford Su1linnRemrdingSecrttarYloe Financial Secretary John T Keane 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Owen Keiran 3esMeets on the IFirst and Third Monday evenings 6f Each Month President Patrick J Welsh Vice IrVesident Patrick J Wekb Recording Secretaryjohn Morris Financial SecretaryPat King U816 Lytie Sheet ColemanstirPatrick Begley SergeantatArms Jobu Riley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice Recording SecretaryThos Financial SecretaryJoe P I bflb West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly j TreasurerWilliam J Connelly i DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE i Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus HallIComnty President Michael Kinney riPresidentRobert Gleason BreenoRecording SecretaryJ D Murphy Financial SecretaryTbomasGleaso Treasurer Louis Constantine j Marshal Peter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann hoednY3VT x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530T1went sixth Street President =WillfanrKerberg First Vice President W Sbauphnessy Second Vice President B J Sands Lauatz n CorrespondingSecretaryFLanahak n SteltenpohlNusbalQhn KenneyInsideStewart Outside Sentinel Patrick Mulltrkey eatSATOLLI COUNCIL 193 Meets Every Monday Evening at ClubI Rooms wells Building 636 4th Ave CrottyFirst JOConnorOConnorSecond Vice PresldentJ J Kava nojjh Financial Secretary Will P McDo- ogh n 1212 Sixth Street Recording SecretaryJos Lenihan Corresponding SecretaryJ Fahey TreasurerJames B Perry MarshalGeorge S Zorn Inside SentinelJoseph Kelly Outside Sentinel Saml J Boldrick uSED LIBERA NOS A MALO longmAnd darkness veil Thy face We feel Thy presence great and strong spaceAnd shade To pray when we are sere dismayed Deliver ns from evil Temptations clip us roundabout And we are prone to yield Be over us in times of doubt Our all protecting shield And when from rectitude we stray Lean down 0 Lord and hear us pray Deliver us front evil of When passion lures us with its wiles And sets our souls aflame of hen pleasure looks at us and smiles And tempts our feet to shame Remember we are only clay And turn not from our criesaway Deliver us from evil of When sin draws near with smiling face faorAnd bids us hasten to embrace The cup of evil drink Put out Tby hand and take away Temptation Lord our Lord we pray Deliver us from evil Our Father though we often fall We turn again to Thee Forgive and pardonone and all Of Thy greet charity ndfrou7daytodaykwbeiswvekaeeltcprayDellverudroll p l v HIBERNIANS Wrest Trtref Have Been Doing tbp Pest WeekDenerai- News Notes The Lades Auxiliary will hold a reg tfiar meeting on Wednesday evening largestiverI July 4- The St Paul Hibernian base ball club is continually issuing challenges and winning trophies from other like crack amateur teams- Baltimore Hibernians will celebrate holidayyan outing at one of the river resortsI near the city on August 15 The outing will be confined to the members as l their lady friends The recently organized Ladies Aux ixiary at Savannah is making steady progressIn an address delivered by ex National President OConnor he con gratulated the ladies on the excellen- start they had made and predicted great future for them At the last June meeting of Division 3 Of Portland Maine the four degree- were worked on twentythree candidates After the degree work adjournment was Itaken to the banquet Conspicuous among 1 the invited guests was Rev Father ordernivari ous members that the four local divisions iunite in giving a picnic at a popular jpark before the summer is over It 1 i is pointed out that what one society can do J suggestionsFor the purpose of introducing the order more fully to the people and iif thJrie desnto become members entertainments have been inaugurated in the parishes of Paterson N J by the various divisions of that city The Hibernians of San Jose realized aI handsome sum from an entertainment given some weeks ago At the meedn when the final report was received it was decided by unanimous vote to donate the amount to the Ladies Auxiliary This was certainly a generous act and a prac tical exhibition of true friendship Upon the occasion of the tenth anni versary of the Ladies Auxiliary of Hart ford Conn which now numbers 300 members a beautiful brooch was presented to the President Mrs Mary Malone Among those who were present and spoke words of encouragement were Bishop Tieruev Rev Edward Hayes the State officers and many visitors EDWARD FOLEY RESIGNS Edward Foley who during five years past has been one of Louisvilles best police officers has resigned to accept a position as conductor with the Illinois Central railroad Mr Foley was in the employ of the Illinois Central railroad for many years before taking a place on the Louisville police force Although he has made a good policeman he has found the work not altogether to his liking hence his return to his first loveIIHis friends wish him continued 11- OFFFOR THE EAST George J Butler has gone to Atlantic City to attend a special meeting of thedNational Board of Directors A O Htof which body be is an esteemed mem beg Besides being the only member of the board from Kentucky he is the only = National Director from the Southern States Kentucky and the South can rest assured that their interests will be well represented as long as George J Butler is a member of the National Board Directors The meeting will be held on Wednesday of next Week and patters importance are to be consideredIIRETREAT WAJ5 SUCCESS fTheducted the annual retreat for the Sisters Loretto recently closed and all seemed pleased with bit ener etlcjincl j ithful work Father Porter is a Kentuckian and is one of the ablest of the many Jesuit missionaries TAKES A REST The Rev Father Morrow who has been in Louisville for a short time left J this week for a brier trip to French Lick I PLANS FOR NEW CHURCH has The Rev Rather Weiss pastor ofE St Hgeschurch in Marydale ia plan slug the erection ofaaew ckarc JatHe h D rp h iiFRflNK FEflR INCORPORATED BREWING 60 I Brewers and BottlersH LOUISVILLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aired TELEPHONE iosoLouisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts- i DRINK i Hofbrau Pilsen1 r Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN h BRE ING C01tIPANYINCORPORATED KYIr dIHIfCCumb Phone lain 1913 Nome Phone 1913 WIEDEMANN COMPANYSaCelebrated Draught and Bottled BeersS- old at all bars and flavoraGruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR DIERSENSCELEBRATED Telephone 1137 j ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MAD JOHN R OKRTBTBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 wRJOHN RIRAIVTKwAirBRav Clay=5treet Brew STREETTelephone I1 Summer styles inhats Special styles for boys for first communion and confirmation KATIE AGNES SMITH Formerly of Gran W Smiths ons LADY EMBAlftER Washing and dressing ladies and chil a specialty Elegant shrouds made order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1077 Office 652 Fifth Street PIG FOUR vTHE BEST LINE T- OIndianapQlis Peori lJlt pgOro- A rJ mf Au POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN CI6YBIlaRd Dllald New York SSosten ANOnLL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished on BigFonremgerARtLonlllVUle received several liberal donations toward that end and is thereby enconr aged to ask his congregation for their support In hieunde taking- u u MANHARESTAl AND LUNCHTX OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W Jefferson StOTTO E VENT Proprietor Home Phone 4715 HERRMANN IMPORTERS JFINE WINES AND Distillers and LlgUl A era in Finest Brands iIi especiallyye PEARL OF NEL1BOT- TLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Sir WINES LIQUORS CIUJS VALS SAfcOOT VAL LESTER fropT fto44 3 VV GREEN QO rro Pioneer Bottlin rIiOR t STRAIGHT 1 i- as 1iiHf r NTrJCKY I r A ANtJ3 rOAN I r EXCURSION OF THE CONCORDIA SINGING SOCIETY OWENSBORO Kf Stop Over at Hawesvilie for Canneilton and Tell City SUNDAY JUDY 16 1905 k TRAIN LEAVES UNION DEPOT AT 8 A M RETURNING OWENSBORO AT 7 PM AND HAWESVILLE AT 750 pM FARE FOR ROUND TRIP 125 End of Season Slaughter Sale I Values not considered Former prices disregarded p Prices slaughtered The goods must go to make room for the coming season CLOTHING HATS AND FURNISHINGS i AT RIDICULOUS JPRIOES iTHE BIG STOREMARBLESTONE CO 424 to 434 Market St Fourth and I 1 PIANOSWhat is the use of having anything but the best especially when flee best tests no more than the inferior kind We have everything In your favor the largest variety the lowest prices the easiest terms ChicKering Decker Son Haines Bros Conover Kingsburyand Ten Great Other MaRes When you buy a Piano of us you are as certain of satisfaction as Uncle Sani is of bis taxes It doesnt matter whether you select a Piano cost ing JOO or 1000 we agree in every instance to exchange it for another If it isnt entirely satisfactory As members of the Retail Merchants Association we refund fares to outoftown purchasers who tahe advantage of the river excursions ending July 29 MONTENEGRO = RIEIIM MUSIC CO OSSSOtiO XNURTIJ AVENUE tt1I 11 I I I +HHIII1Jut1I HHH++++ HI I I I I Fine China or OaK RocKing Chair Free To introduce my NEW BLEND 20c COFFEE roastedafreshj china or a handsome oak rocker free with 50 Ibs of youlllikej china or the rocker Mail orders promptly filled l COFFEE MTJLLOY ROASTER magi V JoXARI YC7 STREET fff f f r f ttfTf t ffT 11T 1 11 1 T utLLL TO SC + + + + + p + + + + + + + + + + + TUB ctias fl Rogers GO 1 PRAYER HOOKS AND ROSARIES + TO SUIT EVERY TASTE if ffGivefinest of their kind in the city fig BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IA OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 4 W Jefferson Street if + s + + + 4 + + + Q p + t + Cream gal JOe four per gal Homo Phone 5645 MorbachsMilitary and Orchestra MORBACH Conductor Music Furnished For All Occasions Teacher of Violin and Cornet Terms Reasonable AND RESIDENCE 320 West Breckinridge Street QUICtfMEAL STEEL RANGES t MAKE WELL LOOK WELL LASTWEU QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Bst in The World first prize at the St Louis Worlds Fair QEHER SON 211 Sti near Second rMHIMMH HiHHHIMH IH1 1111111 i NION ICE CREAM HHll Ifyou want a nice dessert for your dinner telephone us your order Vanilla pr trawlerryChooolater75c fiavors i WestI BOOK E OFFICE Awarded Market l I I 1 1 t All kinds of Sherbet per gel to Charlotte 75c Russe per bowl 25c 60c 60eII Specialty Milk Butter and Sweet CREAM CO 627633 EIGHTH STREET UK orders Some phone 2144 Cuwb maini 880 nQ iD e o ge e ee00OO r lOUR ANNUAL Jug earancea Are now in full swing We dispose of thousands iof dollars worth of summer merchandise at immensely great reductions MarketStreet i THE STORE THAT ALWAYS DOES THJNQS RIGHTI 000000 0000 000000 00 D00000 StreetCONCORDIA EXCURSION TOLLI COUNCIL This Steamer Hiawatha Leaves First St at 5 oclock 50 CENTS REFRESHMENTS ON BOAT Louisvilles Catholic Sinn Society Will Be Welcomed The Concordia Singing Society givesI an excursion toOwensboro tomorrow andI the event bids fair to draw the largest excursion crowd of the season The train will leave the Union depot at Sev enth and the river at 8 oclock A stop over will be allowed at Hawesvilie where the Concordia and its friends will be joined by singing societies from Cannell ton and Tell City Ind The round tripI tickets will cost only 125 each While at Owensboro the Concordia Singing Society will be the guest of the St Hubertus Society of that place the only German Catholic mutual aid society in this diocese outside the city of Louis ville A concert at the Owensboro Fair- Grounds will follow the arrival of the Louisville visitors- A committee from the St Hubertus Society will meet the excursionists at Hawesville and will accompany them to Owensboro where dinner will be served the Louisville guests The committee on arrangements consisting of Frank A Lenz J J Mueller F J Echsner Adam Schneider B Kroemer and John Pluck ebaum has been materially assisted by the members of the St Hubertus Society Alderman J W McCullougb the well known distiller and by John Delker the President of the Owensboro City Railway Company The use of the fair grounds was tendered the singing societies free of charge by the present lessee Mr Wor tblngbam MACKIN COUNCIL More than one hundred members were In attendance at the meeting of Mackin Council Y M I on Tuesday night Sebastian Gruber was obligated Messrs Emmett Slattery of Satolll Council and Albert F Martin of Trinity Council were among those present The council1 approved the joint picnic which is to be heldat Fontaine Ferry Park next month Preliminary steps were taken toward eel ebrating the twelfth anniversary of the council on September 10 Suggestions looking to the organization of a literar society within the council received favorable consideration YEARLY VISIT Capt J L Sullivan and wife and so William of Rockport Ind spent several days here as the guests of Miss Jenni- Newman West Chestnut sfreet en rout home from Frankfort where they visited N A Sullivan and other Sullivan also called upon the lentucky Irish American where be is always a welcome visitor SEWING CIRCLE PICNIC The Sewing Circle of St Edwards Hospital New Albany will give a picnic- at GJeijwoed Park OB Wednesday The proceeds will beused for the maintenance of the hospital A euchre with twelve handsome prisM will be one of the main fsaturesofthepicaici j n 7- JOINT PICNIC To Be Given by Local Y M I Councils at the Fontaine Ferry Park Advantages to Be Gained by United Effort la Duly Recognized The Many Attractions Ought to Draw An Unusually Big Crowd ALL WILL WORK INI HARMONY A big picnic uuder the jjoint auspices of the Mackin Satolli and Trinity Coun cils Y M I will be given at Fontaine Ferry Park on tbe afternoon and evening of Thursday August 10 Cbarles Raidy of Mackin Council Chairmau of the Joint Committee Dave OConnell of Trinity Harry Colgan of Satolll and Daniel O Patton of Mackin secured the date and signed the contract for tbe park I last Tuesday night Great praise is due each and all of these committeemen for their forethought They bad experience with all day picnics and steamboat ex cursions To their sorrow they dis covered that not more than 10 per cent of the members were able to attend these affairs whereas 90 per cent were free either during theafternoou or night Heretofore the several picnics given by Mackin Trinity and Satolli have been successful How much more so then should they be at a grand picnic given under their joint auspices and at such an attractive place as Fontaine Ferry Park It will give the members of the various councils an opportunity to meet each other socially and will serve to make the lady members of their families acquainted At the same time they will have the Loop the Loop the Scenic andythe Aerial Swing to say nothing of Hopkins pavilion as sources of enjoy ment The management of the park have made generous concessions to the Railn way Company has promised to furnish transportinge andeevening The Y M I boys can make this picnic a success and they declare they will Heres to them MAJOR RIDGE AWAY Major Patrick Ridge night chief of police enjoying his annual vacation in StI ouis No Irfoulsville official takes more pride ta the efficiency of Louis yilles police force than Major Ridge Some day his friends hope to salute him as Colonel Ridge His two young sossI are with him S Q- W i r I MarketStreet i I 0 AN IRISH WEDDING Pretty Ceremony Attends the Marquis of Bute and Miss Bellingham The wedding of the young Marquis of flute Britains wealthiest nobleman and Miss Augusta Bellingham daughter of Sir Henry Belllnghatn at Castle Belling ham County Louth was an Ideal coun try wedding Both bride and bridegroom are devoted to country life hunting shooting etc and care nothing for Lon don society They determined to be wed ded among the surroundings they loved and among the tenants of the brides father where she is idolized The bride is descends from the Hano varian royal family while the bridegrcom has the royal Stuart blood in his veins He wore kilts of the Stuart tartan as did his brother and best manJLord Vivian Stuart They were attendedlby the flute family pipers who played them from the little Catholic chapel of Kilcaran to their house and back again to the sea shore where they embarked on the Mar quis steam yacht They steamedacross to Scotland where they land ed and motored to Lord Butes Ayrsbire castle one of the eleven he possesses in different parts of Great Britain JOCKEY CLUB RARK Creator and his Italian bandwill remain at Jockey Club Park anothe week This will be welcome news to local lovers of good music Creatore thus far has had the weather against him The nights during the present week were etcher very cool or very damp Yet he drew the crowds and they enjoyed his music He is an artist that the peope recognize at once Many of us are not trained to appreciate classic music yet when Creator moves his baton in rythmic circles and the treble of the reeds is reinforced by the brass all sit in silent admiration of the man who has brought his band so marvelously near perfection The crowds who attended night after night were made up of the best people of the city Whether he gave selections from German French or Italian composers it was the same to his audience The people were caught by the magic of his music and many who went to laugh at the gyrations of Creator remained to encore each successive num ber If the weather is favorable Creator will draw larger crowds than ever during the next week TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council Y M I met Monday night and Initiated three new members Five applications for membership were received Messrs Frank Ackerman and John Hennesay were reported ill Re ports showed that plans for the new club house were being pushed FATHER CONNIFP AWAY 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