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KENTUCKY IRISH MIERiCAN t I1111JIII UME XVNO 7 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 19 1905 PRICE FIVE CENTS I TRAVELS Of the Rev Father J H Hlilc brand Described in Inter esting Letter Tells of His Visit to the Eternal City and Its Many Treasures Celebrated Mass at the Tomb of St Anthony of Padua r WILL SOON BE HOMEWARD BOUND The Rev Father J H Hillebrand of St Marys of the Knobs has written nn other interesting letter to the Kentucky Irish American The previops letter de scribed his visit to the Holy Laud I this one he tells us something about Rome and other cities in Continental Europe DussBtooRP GERMANY August 2- 1905In my last letter dated at Rome I stated that I would remain there for some time So I did I arrived at the Eternal City from my trip to the Holy Land via Brindisi June 25 and remained until July 10 This you see gave me ample time and opportunity to see considerable of the old city founded by Romulus and Remus Rome is quite large It contains at least 400000 inhabitants and most of the public and private buildings ere substantial stately and artistic Thousands of its stores are filled with all kinds of wares Rome has many fountains and beautiful gardens AI and nearly all the streets are connected 1 by electric tramways While most of the public buildings are of recent date and quite modern many of them are very old I visited many churches public buildings parks and other places of in terest to every traveler Of course my first visit was to the grand St Peters Cathedral the queen of all churches beyond the Tiber St Peters is undoubtedly the largest and as to the interior the finest church in the world It easily holds 7500Q people and I have seen not less than 30000 worshipers present at a Pontifical mass tcelebrated byhisvBmlnence Cardinal Rampolla on June 29 the feast of Sts Peter and Paul I visited this grand church at least once every day during my stay in Rome In a church near the basilica of St John Lateran I saw the scala sancta or flight of stairs which our Divine Lord was compelled to ascend when taken before Pilate It is said that these stairs were brought from Jerusalem to Rome by Queen St Helena the mother of Constantine the Great the first Christian Emperor These stairs tontaiu thirtythree steps and the faith flfulknees I also saw the ruins of the Colos seum in which as every reader of history knows were fought the gladiatorial con tests and that too long before the birth of our Lord Thousands of Christians suffered martyrdom for their faith InI Jesus Christ in this great amphitheater I also visited the ruins of the great forum where so often the voices ofI Cicero Caesar and other great orators and celebrities were heardWOf course I visited the catacombs those subterranean passages which rnnI for miles under the city The catacombs of St CalHsta the most renowned conI tain thousands of graves of the early Christians who were driven there by their pagan persecutors to live and dieI I saw in the catacombs of St Callista theI exact place where St Cecilia was buried after having suffered martyrdom for her faith in Jesus Christ and His holy reo jligion The place where this great saintI lived and died is now adorned by a beau tiful basilicaIFrom Rome I went to Padua a distance of about 300 miles arrived thereI early in the morning and at once went to the church that contains the body of the great St Anthony Not only Italians but every good and faithful child of the Catholic church loves St Anthony and many favors and blessings have beenI granted by Almighty God through the intercession of His faithful servant St Anthony After having said mass there I left Padua for Venice beautiful Venice There is no city in the world like it Neither are there any horses or vehicles there All traffic is done on canals by means of gondolas I was in Venice two days and enjoyed my visit very much At noon I left Venice and a few hours later I reached Milan That city is noted for its large and beautiful Dom or Cathe drat The city is cleanly well built and much business is done there From Milan I went fo Einsiedelu Switzerland Einsiedelu has a large Benedictine monastery Here I found two of my former professors Fathers I Slegesbert and Ludwig O S B Both of them were for some years professors at the seminary of StMeinrad in Spencer county Ind From Einsiedeln I went s to Lucerne and Zurich Both places are quite pretty and are largely frequentedf by I Americans and Englishmen At Lucerne I met many Americans among themI three gentlemen from Louisville The great Pilatus one of the Alps 7000 feet high is near Lucerne I was foolish enough to ascend it I spent four days at Lucerne From there I went to 5 0MudchBvaria Munich isa lively Iitpwa Rvtrybodyithtreii jolly and iin I e ri j o- Yi NATIONAL OFFICERS AND BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS good spirits I also saw the famous Hofbrau House or court brewery I went from Munich to Strasburg in Al sace This city is well known for its grand MuensteftCathedral and its wonderful clock The clock is probably twentyfive or thirty feet high and twelve to fifteen feet wide At every quarter of the hour a figure appears and strikes a gong A 12 oclock noon twelve figures representing the apostles appear They walk to the center ofthe clock bow to a figure representing Christ gad tbendisj appear I remained at Strasburg two days From there I went to the great city of Cologne on the Rhine This city contains about 400000 inhabitants It has large fine and well built public and private houses and quite a number of good hotels The streets are well paved and are kept in good condition The chief attraction in Cologne of course is its grand Dom or Cathedral Outside of St Peters at Rome there is nothing like it in the world It is at least 450 feet long 180 feet wide and inside from oor to ceiling is 161 feet high The two towers are each 471 feet high I can not in writing give you an accurate idea of this wonderful piece of masonry Like St Peters at Rome the Dom at Cologne attracts hundreds and thousands of visit ors daily From 500 to 800 statues and small figures adorn the outside of this magnificent church I left Cologne for Dusseldorf where I am at present August 1 Here I intend to remain a few days and thence go to Muenster estphalia Dusseldorf is another large and beautiful city Magnificent streets radiate from the main depot to the differ ent parts of the city and all are connected by the electric tramway The cIty has 230000 inhabitants fifteen Roman Catholic churches five Protestant churches one synagogue nine high schools and three schools of art and craft- I will leave Europe for home on August 29 on the Kaiser Wilhelm II and expect to be with my people on the Knobs on September 8 With best wishes to all my friends and rl the readers of the Kentucky Irish American I am reo spectfully yoursrFATHER J H HIUBBRAND BELOVED PRELATES I Or Western Dioceses Home From Travels In Foreign Lands Great preparations are being made for the fitting celebration of the first anniversary of the dedication of the Cathe dral at Sioux City Iowa The Right Rev Bishop Garrigan will of course officiate at the Pontifical mass and the Right Rev Bishop Scannell of Omaha will preach the sermon After mass the priests of the diocese will be entertained at dinner by Bishop Garri gan who will describe to them his visi to his Holiness Pius X and his other European travels Bishop Scannell who will be the guest of honor will doubtless entertain the clergy with an account of his visit to his Garrigan on the same ship last Tuesday UNITY EXCELS Unity Councils ball team defeated Mackin Councils club by a score of 0 t onISdid good work Unity would like to SatolliandTrinitycouncilsor Kentnckory AcU L cx c c Q wvvvvvnnwvw GRAND Gathering of Gaels Will Take Place at Fontaine Ferry Park With Weather Propitious the rCrowdShbuldvfcrealc All Records Monday Promises to Mark An Epoch fin History of Local Hibernians COMMITTEES ARE HARD AT WORK With propitious weather the members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and their friends will fill Fontaine Ferry Park to overflowing Monday afternoon and evening Everything is in readiness for their reception and entertainment Every day and every night during the past week meetings of committees or subcommittees were held at which de tails were discussed aud now the leaders in the mqvement feel that they have everything in order and readiness The principal meeting of the week was held Monday night when the County QuinnInman of the Geueral Committee made an excellent report on the outing and field day in which be embodied every detail of work that has been outlined for the various subcommittees His report met with the hearty commendation of every member of the County Board as all realized that the management of the affair had been entrusted to safe hands Mr Mulloy was supplemented by the- eports of Joseph Dougherty Patrick Jl Welch and Joseph McGinn It was arranged that members of Divis- Ion 1 would have charge of the scenic railway Division 2 of the miniature rail way Division 3 of the aerial swing and Division 4 of the loop tbe loop This arrangement will provide ample comple ment of men at each of these attractions As has been announced before admix sion to the park will be only ten cents for adults and children accompanied by their parents will be admitted free It ought to be a great day for local Hioer nians The members of each of the four divisions have done their part toward sell Ing tickets and the daily press of Louis yule has been very generous in giving the celebration publicity The Hibernians of Louisville have never failed to help their brethren i Manytmembers of the order are also members of the Knights of Columbus the Vbung Mens Institute the Catholic Knights and of the St Vincent de Paul Society They have always done their duty i these organizations and they now expect their colleagues to show their appreda tion by attending the outing in large numbers The Louisville Railway Company will run cars to Fontaine Ferry Park at inter thoe I afternoon and evening ands will have a sufficient number of cars on the line at alt times to carry the crowd to the park 11wyr city It Ila epetttedman womead ali or i IiIII children will visit the park in the after noon After supper the men will pour iu from every direction Every one of the thirtytwo counties of Ireland will be represented at this grand gathering off Gaels t For the young folks a splendid band will discourse the lat st popular dance music In fact the entertainment oft young and old has been provided for AI balloon ascension during the afternoon and another at night twill entertain the grown people sewet asthejihildren Thenthere willbe the Hopkins Pavilioni with its splendid attractions a tugofwar between rival teams of Hibernians iis being arranged and an effort is being made to secure the services of a genuine Irish bagpiper There will be a general meeting of all the committees and of all Hibernians in terested in the success of the celebration at Hibernian Hall in the Hopkins Thea ter building at 230 oclock tomorrow afternoon WHO THEY ARE Members of National Board of Directors Ancient Order of Hibernians The cut appearing at the top of our first page is a reproduction of the photo graph of the National Board of Director- of the Ancient Order of Hibernians taken during the boards recent meetin at Atlantic City fie only absentee bein Director Hennessy of Montana The members of the National Board as shown in this picture are from left to right those in the top row being P Jl Haiti gan John T Keating P D Farrell and George J Butler In the bottom row are Treasurer M J OBrien President James E Dolan Archbishop John M Farley the National Chaplain Vice President James E OSullivan Secretary Jamesl- Carroll Mr Haltigan is the able editor of the jNational Hibernian and makes his head quarters in Washington D C John T jKeating comes from Chicago where he is well and favorably known in both buss ness and political circles P D Farrell is a leading clothing merchant of th Northwest having immense stores Grand Rapids Mich George J Butte- Kentuckysj representative on the board is the successful Portland avenue grocer end needs no words of introduction tour o readers M Jv OBrien the National Treasurer is a wealthy and extensive manufacturer at Richmond Ind Jame- Dolan s R National President is located in Syracuse but is about toopen a big retail clothing and furnishing house at Albany Ni V His Grace the Most Rev John M Farley is the Archbishop of New York as well as National Chaplain of th fam11a iar with the affairs of the order and takes a prominent part in all the deliberations of the Board of Directors Vice Pies dent James E OSullivan is Assistant beganuhis career asa stonecutter but gradually politicaltand socially Secretary lamesT Carroll isi editor of the Columbian published at Columbus Ohio MUCH IMPROVED Mrs Harry Swann is rapidly recover ing at St Josephs Infirmary where she was successfully operated on by Dr Irwin Abel on Wednesday of last week Henmany friends iope to see her out again ataa early teb Da r FESTIVAL For orPban8jAsylumI Attractive Amusements Will1 FarnlslrEutertainirient rForAll Present Ample Accommodation Will Bo Made For Feeding All the Hungry PRETTY GIRLS AND TASTY BOOTHS There is a great day coming II Snch is the expedition of the entire Catholic community English as well as German regarding the festival to be given for the orphans of St Josephs Asylum Wednes day next The beautiful surroundings of the home the hospitable preparations for the welfare of the visitors the many spe del arrangements for enjoyment all onse never to be forgotten Crescent Hill cars hagd roadgway asylum torn up pre paratory to paving Frankfort avenu- with asphalt proper entrances have been provided on the sides of the grounds Signs will be placed at appropriate pointss so that drivers conveyanceswill know where to enter the grounds I The various booths will be tastefully decorated and in order to accommodate the large crowd expected nearly all the stands will beduplicated The ladies and gentlemen on the various committees say that it can not be too positively stated that meals can be had by all visitors as promptly as any one can expect German ladies always take a great pride serving good dinners and suppers on festivee1 aftcullrynary Lunch in thepark will be an important adjunct to the dining room and the box booth will be a novel feature A box and all that sin it will1 be sold for one dime bootsh work that will prove a great attraction for the ladies Besides there will be a fish pond the menygoround bind many more attractive features with a special delivery post office and a large corps ofI letteecarriersThe at night will be beauI tlful Hundreds of Japanese lanterns will give the grounds a charming effect The union Louisville Military Blind of twentyfive men will furnish the latest and most popular music for the afternoon and evening there being thirtyfive num bers on the programme The orphan children will sing several choruser and J the Concordia Singing Society one o the oldest and best known Catholic sing ing organizations in the country wil- lrender selections specially arranged fo this festival In short every variety of entertainment will be provided for those who will1 attend The German Catholics trned out welt oa July A la the causa of St Vincents orphans and it wl1lno c vvVOOOOWOOOO 3 more than right for the English speaki ng congregations to reciprocate And they will also have the benefit of a day spent in the country and away from the heat and turmoil of the city a IPOOR HEALTH Caused Father Cone to Retire From Work at St Johns The Rev Father George A Cone hi been transferred from St Johns chur to Preston Park Seminary Ill heal j caused Father Cone to retire from the active work at St Johns It is to be hoped that his health will improve rapidly and at some date not far distant he may be able to resume active duty a parish priest While he is far from robust he is not a delicate person and it is believed that he will recover health and strength while attending to his one r ous duties at the seminary Father Cone has been at St Johns about a year During part of that time he was assistant to the Very Rev Father Bax When the latter went to Europe three months ago Father Cone was placed in charge of the parish He has endeared himself to all by his to duty and his kindly words of encour agement spoken to those in sickness and distressIn goodby to the congregatio- last Sunday Father Cone thanked hi parishioners for their courteous treatment and expressed his regret at pain whireh was so satisfactory to him Many of the congregation called on him and wished him a speedy restoration to health and strength SAINTLY WOMAN I Wanted to Carry the Faces of Her Companions With Her to Heaven A pathetic and touching feature of the nL fiehme- In America was her desire to see all the members of the community before she diedi She died at the Notre Dame Coni vent in Milwaukee on St Domi inics day August 41 but on the night previous when she realized 1that the end was near she asked that all the Sisters might be permitted to visit her They were allowed to pass her bedside I one by one and each one of her companions received her blessing She said it was her wish to carry the face of every Sister under fair charge into eternity Several Slate s were detained by duties in a distant j art of the convent sunr mons The dying n in noticed their ab sence and asked tie reason therefor When told she urge 1 that they be sum4 monedf as she wished to see every face All the missing oneswere sent to her and her leaf prayer was that all members of the order should prove faithful and learn to the fullest the beauty of their calling She died on the following day and her remains lay in state in the mortuaryII followipgfwascele BETTERr I I Thj Rev Father Sheridan who has t theIj i 1past ten days wjftes to friends in this J city that he is rapidly improving in1i health Hiajparijioners atSf Michael e1pusfor speedy return I u u I PARADE OfMembersWlllPrecedo0penfug Council f doNewportgates and Visitors Warm Reception t Chairman of Board of Grand Directors Talks About Ills Report LADIES WILL HELP TO ENTERTAIN The annual convention or Grand Council of ofthebe held a at Newport on Monday and Tuesday Asa fitting prelude to the sessions of the Jbeafternoon Of course representative councilsTrinityOwensboro Bardstown Frankfort New Haven and theStateto attend tke parade The GrandCouncilcommodious quarters of Lafayette Council on York street The members of Lafayette Coun cil have been working for months in an endeavor to entertainment The gentlemen the seentohavebeenCincin- nati NewportThehave been ladiesMrs oftheJaneKellytwentyeightthedelegatesI come at their hands proceedingsofaround the election of Grand officers and the re port of the President of the Board of heincumbent1 ate m baasthe position IIchhman members are opposed to continuing one periodMrcredit tohishislanrelsCounascil Louisville and Dr Joseph Riordan f bothbeingof these gentlemen are old workers in Y M I ranks and either would fill the ofTrinity b mentioned candidate for First Grand Vice President The most prominent candidates fo the Ioffice of Grand SecretaryTrea Lexingtonncumbent and Joseph Cassidy vue Mr Shannon has proven a SecretaryTreasurerhis shountobe indorsed by reelectiou for a sewn term On the other hand the friends o setvich Either will make capable officials Fran Adams of Mackin Council isa candjf date to succeed himself as Chairman j the Board of Grand Directors and sia much of the orders success during U past year has been due to his able adml istration he will doubtless be reelectj Since much of the business of Grand Council will depend on the A of the Board of Grand Directors a sentatlve of the Kentucky Irish 4 AdamsdaysreportAdants MY That I can not very well do My re port must be made to the Grand Council in convention assembled but I can tell you that I will report that the Kentucky jurisdiction is iu splendid shape finan dally and numerically I will also trport that the Grand officers have been energetic in the performance of their duties and all will agree with me in my report that the duties of certain officers particularly the Grand Secretary and Treasurer were peculiarly onerpus 1 can also tell you that the Board of Grand Directors held a meeting in this city on February 12 1905 at which time the books of the Grand SecretaryTreas urer were carefully audited Theysbowej that they had been well kept sad thjj the Grand Council beda comfp1 ILoftlon has been discussed by the Council but the various councj slow in replying to the letters a by the body over which I have t to preside They appear to be r different on this matter I will subject up with the Grand Cop J it convenes IThe YlII Magazine ml also come in forafullshareof Jduring the Grand Council iftucky Irish American has gi did advertisement the greaT gratis while the Y i pie traded on the J ICONTT a ff49L iuzTiIT JI J f 0y fe V QNTCOKY JRIIa AME cAN A KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflH MHNpN atorete4 te the NorM aid Social Advancement of all Irish America a KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5 C r BftUred at the Lontivll Postofflce a SecoHdCIass Mattera iuittiill ConioaBlcaHoBitotbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326 West Green Sim t LOUISVILLE Ky toSATURDAY AUGUST 19 1905 r x OUR HIBERNIAN DAY r x1verY person of Irish birth or parentage in the Falls Cities should attend the Hibernians ou tug at Fontsine Ferry Park o Monday and thereby encourage whthehave done much in the past for th people of their race who are doing f a great deal at present and who expect to do much more in the future It is not only a society of Irishmen but it is a society Catholic Irishmen since in Sectio- Article2 i of its declaration fitt r proclaimsThis order pledges itself to the cause of church and country and to exercise at all times its influence In the interests of right and justice and further it hereby declares that its constitution and bylaws shall always be in accordance with k ithe doctrjne and laws of the Cath olic church and the decrees and instructions of the Plenary Coun cils of Baltimore The Aqcient Order of Hiber nians traces its origin back to the year 1565 Its first branch was organized in America in 1836 and at the present time it has 2227 divisions in the United States Can ada Mexico the Philippines and Hawaiian Territory On May i of the present year it had a total mem bership of 130000 and the members have pledged themselves t bring the rolls up to 200000 befor- the New Year rolls around Th w Hibernian stand for the father- d and the brotherhoo- an irifcessdntially a benevo lent organization Its member- pay I dues at the rate of fifty cents month and on the death of one oif its members the widow and child ren receive from 50 to 100 death a benefit More than this the Ancient V Order of Hibernians i America has distinguished itself v by many deeds of charity and benevolence It has paid out mor than 4000000 in sick and death benefits in the last twenty years It waaLone of the first societies to Is to the relief of the I Sty of Galveston when flooded a few years ago i es it gave 3 000 to the Thollc University at Washing i to endow a Gaelic chair andII is was the first national society jend its encouragement to the cf8 qf the phurch who were 4 tie university Since thenI Inated 23000 to the Gaelic m9 These are only a few of tiy creditable things that this ktion has done His Grace F R vlohn M Farley jruishop oi New York is Chapli In of the order which should be a sufficient guafantee as tto the spir luai work in which the organiza on is engagedthe four local divisions have aded together in giving this out at Fontaine Ferry Park The mbers have worked night and of r to advertise it Certainly their its should be appreciated Once J re the Kentucky Irish American Jses all fraternal organrzatidns iLj UOfdef Hm fI In B YEtlov Pe ILcrhVof ilift Federal author i k Vellbw fever at New oeson with unabated what is being accom theway of preventing iof the disease cannot ptely estimated One uin and that is that sses among whom king the greatd from their lag tile C Federal authorities in an effort to stamp out the scourge whereas they formerly impeded the work o dottbeenn noted and nearly 200 of businessoStropeg men are unable to get work to sup port their wives and children Yet with heroic fortitude these good people of New Orleans have made ofn0 appeal for aid from the outside thent the Crescent City is able to take care of its own But how long will this last It is in a state o- siege f as it were and with the worst enemy within its walls What then sustains them can it be but the example of men like the late Archbishop Cbapelle and his clergy the selfsacrificing Sisters of Charity and the good women of other religious orders who are everywhere affording suc cor and relieving distress and1 teaching all by word and example to have faith in God and in His holy church PEACE CONFERENCE The attention of the entire civilized world is now centered on the outcome of the meeting of the dip lomats from Russia and Japan Comparatively few care what the mao thie5 Asea matter of course both sides bestdof it and the fourfootsix provesd diplomaticaadversary for the sixfootfourinch Witte Both are armed with plen ary powers Upon the actions of these two men depends the safety thne whole world since all may be drawn into the vortex if either side Japanethrough her plenipotentiary Komura has made certain demands of Russia To some of these the representative of the Czar has ac ceded to others he has demurred It may be weeks may be months before the tangle is straightened out No one expected an immedi ate settlement of the difficulties And yet in the interest of human ity such a settlement can not come too quickly The sooner a settle ment comes the better and the more it will redound to the credit of President Roosevelt since through him it will redound to the credit off the American people Mr Roosevelt is a servant of the peo- ple1 and he would not IlftVfi died to Interfere between the belligerent powers had it not been that he had been called upon to voice the sen timents of the American people MACKIN COUNCIL Mackin Council held a fairly well attended meeting Tuesday night Two new members Were obligated A feature the evfening was a visit from Messrs IMCtially Will McDonogh Davl OvOtaadl and William Hillerlch awConimitlefi from the Joint Committee Each of these gentleman taad4 brief but Jntttcsting talks Physical Dlfeddf KleVrtfcuHOUBced that Mackin Council iOed to buy two uew bUllaId bbles the near future lMem sit of the were officially nvftta to attend the Hibernian celebration at Fontaine Ferry Park on Monday and the invltft t tlon was cordially accepted PLEASANT IPARTY Several members of rrM cM1ouacil YMI have ladiaa ineir party en route to JjTewport tomdftow T J Garvey will be accompawtefeby his sister Mrs Noniekoro In Xfert P Martins patty will bV Mrs Matfcti and Mrs Settle Hatbison I Ben F lNinat will be accom- panied i byjai9 s p HumJ1t and his ry Fogarty An rew 0 e ik piece MM AUf tf wlinjt Green e I7aryQlee SOCIETY I I Miss Nellie Bolger has as her guest b cousin Miss Loretto Keegan of Stt Louis Mr and Mrs Thomas W Hanlon a expected to return from French Lick next week Mr and Mrs Eugene Henchev haye returned from a delightful visit to Daw7 son Springs Thomas Barrett of Indianapolis spent the week In Louisville visiting friends and relatives Miss Lula McGuire has returned fromi a pleasant visit to Miss Blanche Hartley of New Haven MyrafSmith have gone to Glencotry Resort ate Buechels Ky Miss Rose Sweeney of the West n a will spend next week with friends ref Bowling Green j I Detective Martin Donahue and hssoff e have returned from a pleasant visit to Grayson Springs Mrs John Ridge and baby Winifred have spent two pleasant weeks wit b friends at Lakeland Miss Bayless McCloskey and Miss Mary Slattery are enjoying a sojourn at French Lick Springs Joseph Coiikling the well known attorney will leave on Monday for a tritP up the Kentucky river Mrs David Burke returned home friendts Mrs Sam J Dant and children are spending the heated term with her father Sylvester Rapier atNew Haven Miss Catherine Pottinger of Chicago is enjoying a pleasant visit to Miss Katie May Murphy at Pewee Valley Mrs R G Curran qnd daughter Miss Irene are making a two weeks tri through the Yellowstone Park Miss Mary Ridge has been the guest of Misses Fannie and Blanche Craig at Lakeland for several days past Robert G McCloskey will leave fo New York next week to spend some time with his brother John L McCloskey Misses Josie ONeil and Edna McGratht leave tomorrow for a two weeks visit toi Mrs Edward Cowan at Dayton Ohio Miss Lucy Wilson who has been the guest of her cousins the Misses OBrien has returned to her home at Bryan Tex Miss Irene McGrown and her mother of Newport Ky have returned home after a pleasant visit to relatives in this cityMiss Margaret Norton leavestoday for Lily White Springs She expects to enjoy a pleaeant week in rest and recrea tion Miss Fanny Canty who spent last weekwith her sister Miss Mabel Canty at New Haven has returned to Louis ville Mrs Michael Hollahan and son o Alexandria Ind are visiting her sister Mrs Frank Baker of 1314 West Marke- street J Miss Margaret Hennessy left Tuesday I for Mooresville Ind She will spend herJJ vacation as the guest of Miss Katie JacquesMiss J Margaret E Morgan has returned to Louisville after a delightful visit toJJ her sister Mrs George W Scott at Cupio KycMr and Mrs Will Donahue who until a short time ago resided on Eighteenth j street have gone to St Louis to reside permanently i Richard A Dawson Rhoda S Rapier and R Pierce Dawson have returned to Louisville after n pleasant sojourn at Grayson Sp JngsrMisses May and Virginia Cowan who have been extensively entertained during the past two weeks leave today for their of home in Dayton Ohio MissSI Della OBrien gmffla and 1 Nellie Voung all of New Albany returned from Cincinnati Tuesday after a pleasant Visit to friends Mills Mayme Noonan of Preston street Will leave for White Mills next week where she expects to spend the reo mainder of the summer Miss Henrietta Kaiser has returned from Terre Haute where she was thfc 4duringIlotto J Barry Seer6lary blthef Ken tucky Irish AtHeHdaU will spend next eek Itiflsandrecreation at French LlcKi Slid West Baden Springs Mr and Mrs Edward J McDermott and children have returned from Weque tonslng where they were the guests of Mr and Mrs Spalding Coleman j FMttthitten are spending the summer on theIIIi feabba north of New Albany They payt occasionall visits to friends in Louisville Miss Tillie Hugg a popular teacher at Bryant lit Strattons Business College has returned from a pleasant visit to friends at Alexandria and Elwood Ind Miss Lydia Meagher and Miss Mart genet OConnell have returned bttitfe from a pleasant visit to New haven jFogeej FogeeMrs MHCWMM John Rodgers nNStr ft dbtr eei I o n luncheon was served and the even was voted one of the most enjoyable Igant seaspn terJohn Behrle of West Jefferson street accompanied by her son and- r daughter are sojourning at the beautiful summer home of Peter Bitzer on the I Cane Run road eAlbert F Martin of the law department of the Louisville Nashville Rail road Company will go to New York to spend his vacation after the Grand Coun cil sessions are over Harry Driver the popular laundry man has gone to New York Boston and Philadelphia on a trip of three weeks during which time he expects to combine business with pleasure Misses Katherine and Mary Morgan Mary Gill and tucille Hackett have re turned from a pleasant visit to Misses PaoliCpike near Albany ktnong the September weddings that MissdMary Higgins Thomas D The marriage ceremony will be per formed at the Sacred Heart church Misses Katie Morgan and Hattie Big gins leave this evening for Newport and Cincinnatiwherdthey will spend several days From there they will go to Day bton for a two weeks visit with friends Mrs Mayme Meehan Grady and son Lancaster Grady left Thursday for their home in Hannibal Mo after a pleasant two monthS visit to Mrs Gradys mother Mrs fMeehan on East Broad way j PMr and Mrs William McDonald and their son Byron McDonald have goner to Blue Lick Springs on a fishing expedi lion Mr McDonald is the editor of the Police Bulletin and is enjoyingj his annual furlough Thomas Fallen 730 Est Chestnut street a well known candyJinalcer for merly in the employ of the Frank A Menne Company left last Saturday to accept a similar position with a Cincin nati candy house Mrs John J Maloney is in Denver- P Col the guest of her brother George R Pope Mrs Maloney will remain in Denver three weeks and en route home she will be the guest of her brother A Kenton Pope at Kansas City rMr and Mrs John Moriarity accompanied by Miss Anna May OBrien and Miss Mary Butter have justreturned from Farabee Ind after a pleasant ten days visit While there they were the guests of Mr and Mrs Herle Miss Mayme Kaltenbacher of Evans ville who has been the guest of her cousin Mrs Augustus T OLeary 605 East Chestnut street tot several weeks past leaves today for Shelbyville where she will be the guest of her cousin Miss Lillian Kaltenbacher Thomas Queenanjias returned to Jack son Tenn where he has resumed his duties as general manager of the big clothing factory there He writes his friends that his health has improved Mr Queenan says that while the weather there is extremely warm no signs of yellow fever have appeared George F Simonis a popular member of Mackin Council will leave for Cincin fnati tonight He will attend the Youug Mens Institute Grand Council at New oftnext week visiting his many charming lady friends in the Queen City He may bring back a bride Who knows George is very foxy Emile Alexander Bizot and Miss Maude Eleanor Glass were united in matrimony- at Memphis on Wednesday Mr and Mrs Bizot came to Louisville after the marriage where they will be the guests of friends and relatives for a week Before returning home they willvisit New York and Atlantic City The bride is a popular Memphis girl Mr Bizot has been engaged in the merchant tailor ing business in Memphis for three years past He is a brother of Augustus Bizot I of this city one of the State Revenue Agents and of Dr Alphonse Bizot the young physician l INDIANA GRAND COUNCILI Charles F Peffer and Con J McBarron Unity Council Y M I New Albany will leave on Monday for Seymour Where the Indiana Grand Council will Convene on Tuesday morning It is expected that forty five delegates and Grand officers will be present Many matters of importance are to be considered Tbfe candidates for the various Grand btREea are keeping wen undercover to John W Geidink will refuse to succeed himself as Grand President andp JaJ Royse of Indianapolis will bs a candi I to succeed himself while James ecry also of Indianapolis will be his opponent SOCIAL SESSION Unity Council Y M L of New Al bany held a pleasing social session after the business meeting on Wednesday nightt It served a double purpose to inwtroduce to the members socially the new pastor of Holy Trinity church the Rev ather Curran and his assistant thfe u ReV father Griffin and as a fitting occa on for the presentation of a gold diarist o Fcrd Relsz for having secured twenty new members Fathers Cuttau and GrifGn both made brief addresses and the Rev lather Borries presented the medal In behalf of the council FONTAINE FERRY PARK The best bill of the season at Hopkins Pavilion presented by highclass people ill be 8en sea week In flit ICtkw will te balloon ascensions and KoodjCtoWful sfbtli 1HIojoietlw 11 rjfehUsti atf NeitteeitiaKIk4iirumwe Ji 1IeUreeterof 1IIo a PARADE CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGB enter into any agreement for the protec tion of the attains of the order I expect to recommend the Grand Council to take up the Y M I Magazine matter and bring it to a successful conclusion In conclusion I can tell you that my report will embody a statement to the effect that while no new councils have been instituted in Kentucky during the past year the rolls ofall the councils now organized show substantial gains You myalso say for me that I congratu late the jurisdiction and my fellowGrand officers on the success of the administra tion about to close Members of Lafayette Council will receive the Grand officers delegates and n JOSEPH CASSIDY visiting members at the various depots tomorrow morning when the visitors will be escorted to hotels During the afternoon all interest will center in the street parade After that the visitors will be escorted to the parks and to vari ALBERT F MARTIN ous places of amusement The proceed ings of the Grand Council proper will begin on Monday when the members I assemble at the Church of the Immacu late Conception in Newport to attend solemn high mass After the religious services the convention will meet in the THdtfAS J OAIWllVII J quarters of Lafayette Council At 2 oclock in the afternoon the Grand delegates nbfl visitors will be the guests of the Wie4emann Brewing Com pang At S oclock the Grand officers delegates visitors and invited guests will assemble at Elks Hall 414 York street j where the grand ball will be held On Tuesday morning the Grand Council will reconvene at 9 oclock and at 2 oclock the election of officers for the ensuing year will be a special order of business The meeting will bs brought a formal conclusion with a banquet at the Burnett House at 9 oclock Tuesday The Rev Ignatius M Ahmann Carrollton will invoke the blessing I ohn D Kearney of Newport will be the toastmaster Dr August Helmbold the Mayor of Newport will address the guests in behalf of tLe city and John B Read President of Lafayette Council will deliver the formal response to the oast Welcome Father Ahmann will respond to the toast The ikappiness of Duty Why is he cot h M 11 will be a fruitful theBiftforiQrand President Kelly Yhtt EtflfI William Burkamp ill respond toVife toast Fraternity Supreme belegafe Joseph P Kealey of Cincinnati will respond to the toast bratoflcal Hash The banquet will close Vrftlh the singing of America by thee entire assemblage John J Barryv editor of the New Haven EcHo and t4 pioneer member of the order willl represent St Catherines Council of New Uasen at the Grand Council = dkatlesF Dawson was elected delegate bUt hip duties were such that he was unablft Jo attend Thomas J Garycy of Trinity Council Louisvilleis one of the Grand Directors hose term will not expire until next year He is Pest President of Trinity j Council and him ling been an atdeht vorkerlu Y MI 1 ranks Anr excursfon under the jjint auspices the three 1local councilsit1 be tun Id atIJ l J tf ANNUAL PIcNiiL OF St Pauls RI C Cnurd AT PHOENIX HILL PARK Ubor DayU Monday sept 4 05 i PRIZE EUCHRE AT 330 AND 815 P M a Dinner and supper served meals 25c childrens meals 15c Five fine S for f oclockfhandsomest girl baby At b p w every Rlrl attending betweengold agesthe f 3 and 15 ears will have free foclockchanceonadmittedtoTICKETS 10 CTS Children Under 12 Years Free 1III1 y x 1 THIRD ANNUAL ORPHANSFESTIYALOn Josephs Orphans Home Crescent HiI7r Wednesday Aug 23 ServedSplendid ENTERTAINMENTS OF VARIOUS KINDS Irlllt + 1 JOHN KELLYLEE J HARRIS ij CENTRAL HAY FEED CO 606 AND 608 FIRST STREET Hay Straw Corn Oafs Meal and Chicken Feed ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO- tI ++++t+ ++++t+++++tt+ t++++++ I MlI m h FONTAINE FERRY PARK BEST EQUIPPED SUMMER RESORT IN THE COUNTRY Open Every Afternoon and Night ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children accompanied by parents free UPTODATE ATTRACTIONS LoopScenicthe Hopkins Pavillion Theatre RIVERVIEW PARK PopularSummer NOW OPEN FOR SEASON Music and dancing every afternoon and evening except Sundays Pleniy of amusements for children Women and children can always visit RivMview Park politeandSPECIAL CONCERTS eveningMealsprocuredat PHOENIX HILL PARK Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSocials Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Parties or societies should consult the man ager of Phcenix Hill Park before closing contracts THIRD STREET GARDEN F H BRUENS Prop I Restaurant and Cafe I third aId Grp r silt hues Home Phone 1 33Cmb Phone 00l aC HAMMERSS GflRDEN Coolest Place in the City Cool Refreshments FIRST CLASS ORCHESTRA Concerts Dally Take Jacob Park car via Seventh street Cincinnat via the L N The train will leave the First tomorrowII I streets depot at S oclock fare will be 165 for the round trip The distance between New Yorkand San Francisco via Cape Horn is about 14Sa0miles The Panama canal will reduce this to something teas than 5000 to See our artistic job printing Our prices rise reasonable rt n ra 1- r I CB 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BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago Aim ALL POINTS in INDIANA and MICHIGAN Gliviland Buffalo Miff York Boston- ANI ALL POINTS EAST Informatics cheerfully furnished on- o ppHeati at City Ticket Office Bip WRMte HI Fourth Ave or write to- E J OfttMf GeaIl Agint Pa seBger Alto Lor Ula Zy df U i a IIf HENRY ftAIJJ1 PPHISU I DYER AND CLEANER ladles and Gents Wearing ApparelI WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3635 528 Fifth Street Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABHIT CO Pripriitors 339 FIFTH STREET n 1 4ct7 f 11 u JI4 ttr t GiVE US YOUR ORDERI i OFFICE 326 WEST HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past Week General IINews Division 3 of Baltimore has added thirtyfive new members to its rolls since 11 March 1 The Gaelic sports formed the principal feature of the recent outing at Syracuse New York The national convention of the order in Ireland brought 600 delegates to Dub lin The elergy took an active part in all the deliberations The delegation from Belfast to the national convention carried through a set of resolutions pledging the order In Ireland to oppose emigration- A new division of the order has been organized at Elizabeth N J It will be known as Division 9 and has started out with a charter membership of thirty The Hibernian Knights of Wilmington Del attended a military mass at St Marys church in memory of the Irishmen who fell on the field of Fontenoy 160 years ago The Ladies Auxiliary held an interesting meeting Wednesday night and decided to give a bundle party ou September lk 20 The idea is to furnish amuse ment for the members and to help pass pleasant evening Resolutions calling for a Gaelic Uni versity which would satisfy the claims of Irish Catholics were proposedlbythe delegates from Letterkenny and were adopted at the recent national conven tion held in Ireland The Mountcharles division of Donegal proposed resolutions pledging the order in Ireland to take active steps toward restoring Irish athletic games The resolutions met unanimous approval Mayor Ca yfTjf well Mass Mayor Dw efTofMedford and Mayor Reed of Wobutn are all good Hibernians and never miss a meeting Massachusetts is surely a great State for the order The Belfast Division at the recent na tional convention in Dublin proposed a resolution approving thegreat work done by the pledge bound Irish National Par liamentary party It was adopted by unanimous vote of the delegates Tom Dolan No 1s chief promoter of Irish sports has organized the following tug of war team for Mondays celebra tion Michael and Thomas OHare William Kelly Michael Kelly John Joyce and John Broderick They recom mend Patrick T Sullivan for time keeper and Roger Nohalty for referee All they want now is a challenge fiom Division PLAN NEW HOME I Unity Council Y M I of New Al bany is planning to begin the erection of its new home early in the spring of next year The council owns a splendid piece of property on Ninth street near Market It was the original inteutlon to break ground for the new building this year but the season is now so far advanced that it has been thought wise to postpone it until next spring Just now the members of Unity are planning to give a carnival in the early fall to enable them to secure funds to aid in the erection of their new home TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council held a well attended meeting Monday night and several new members were initiated The matter of most interest discussed during the meet was the excursion to Newport on ling Many members signified their of attending and of taking part the parade It was decided to post pone the smoker which was to have taken place on August 28 until Septem ber 11 Members of Mackin and Satolli will be invited to participate TWELFTH ANNIVERSARY Mackin Council is making active prep stations for the celebration of Its twelfthI anniversary which will be celebrated onI Sunday September 12 The members will attend in a body and will receive holy communion in the morning In the afternoon they will attend solemn vespers in a body Then will follow the socialI celebration at the club house when a reception will be tendered the members- ofI the V M I councils and the friends of Mackin DOING WELL The Young Mens Institute and Use Knights 9 Columbus are lJoklnro perous conditioa in Oweoibfrrn Each society HttEaben alxwt 160 sMMWs 11 a n U- Un fJ l aooDwoR K Printing FAIR PRICES i = Kentucky Irish American GREEN STREET SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O HII DIVISION 1 on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJames Barry Vice PresidentTimothy J Sullivan Recording Secretary Thomas Kee riFinancialt3ryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank street TreasurerTtidtuas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretarY Joe Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1835 Rogers street fitm TreasurerOwen Kelran v DIVISION Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentPatrick J Welch Recording SecretaryJohn Morris Financial SecretaryPat King 1846 Lytle Street If TreasurerD T Coleman Sentinel Patrick Begley SergeantatArms John Riley DIVISION 4 eeta on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callahan 1 Financial SecretaryJoe McGinn JAssistantDaveJ Treasurer William J Connelly DIVISION 1 JEFFERSON VILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentMichael Kinney PresidentRobert Gleason Vice President Michael Breen Recording Secretary J B Murphy Jr rttjancial Secretary Thopias Gleason Tressurer QUienetantine Marshal Peter Madden Doorkeeper Owen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Ford Y Z r MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President William Kerberg First Vice President W Shaughnessy Second Vice PresidentB J Sands Recording SecretaryFrank Morgan Financial Secretary George J Lautz Cortesponding SecretaryF Lanaban t Treasurer Joseph Steltenpohl KeaneYInside Stewart Outside Sentinel Patrick Mullarkey SATOLLI COUNCIL 103 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club- Rooms Wells Building 636 4th Ave President John J Crotty First Vice PresidentWilliam J OConnorSecond Vice President J J Kava naghFinancial SecretaryWill P McDon ogh 1212 Sixth Street Recording SecretaryJos Lenihan Corresponding SecretaryJ Fahey TreasurerJames B Perry MarshalGeorge S Zorn Inside SentinelJoseph Kelly Outside Sentinel Saml J Boldrick Dive year boys an education tbat will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the xaverian Brothers Clawlcnl Scientific and Jlullncs Courses Preparatory Dc partment I fgeHwImnilng Pool Well Equipped Gymnasium Teriim Moderate Bro lame Sir RECENT DEATHS yearsIold died at the home of her parents 532 Twentythird street on Saturday after noon The funeral took place from St Cecilias church on Monday morning The deceased young lady was held in high esteem in the community in which she moved Her parents Mr and Mrs J J Weissel are receiving many expres lions of condolence over their loss The funeral of Mrs Mary McGrath who died at the family residence 415 Eighteenth street on Friday of last week took place from Sacred Heart church on Sunday afternoon The num ber of friends who attended the last ritesI testified to the esteem in which the de ceased wa held She isi survived by her husband William McGrath a Ilumber inspector for the Norman Lumber Com pany and two small children LOOKING FORWARD Both St Josephs Academy of D viesa county dSt Prances Academy of Owesbqrp expect a very large attendance 61 pupils during the coming scuoolI underthof the UrsuUne Sisters 4 4- a h IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges A branch of the United Irish League has bern established in Hannahstowu near Belfast The Irish athletic championships held In Cork recently were very successful and some new records were broken His Lordship the Bishop of Omaha Dr Richard Scannell has been visiting relatives and friends in the diocese of CloyneMiss Ellen Emily McGill of Derry has been awarded 10000 damages against the Midland Railway Company- for personal injuries The Right Rev Dr ONeill Bishop of Dromorc administered the sacrament of confirmation to a class of 500 children in the parish church of Newry The Lord Chief Justice in opening the County Wicklow assizes congratulated the grand juryon the state of the county which be said was most satisfactory The Right Rev Dr Lyster Bishop of Achonry blessed the chime of bells which has been provided for the tower ot the Ballaghadereen Cathedral County MayoJames Vizarda schoolteacher of Drum quip County Tyrone was drowned while bathing in the River Blackwater His brother Godfrey Vizard was saved by John Stack At the semiannual meeting of the Directors for the Munster and Leinster Bank in Cork a dividend for the half year at the rate of 12 per cent per annum free of income tax was declared- A yacht belonging toThomas Newbold manager of the Wicklow Gas Company capsized in Wicklow bay The owuer and three fnends were thrown into the wateir ftVtttie cusd by the timely work of the coast guards James Kelly a youth well known in the County Carlow died as the result of injuries received in a football game near Bngnalstown The Coroners jury after affirming the cause of death added a rider recommending that football matches be abandoned on Sundays The continued drought has lowered the water supply in the reservoir at Clare ville to the danger point A committee of the corporation hat recommended the erection of a dam at Clare ville for the pur pose of directing the water into the reser voir during periods 6f dry weather John Dillon M P in acknowledging a resolution of the East Mayo executive of the United Irish League on the necessity for a pledge bound Irish party says recent events in the House of Commons have given the most striking and timely illustration of the power of a disciplined Irish party Three hundred and ten dollars com pensation was the sum County Judge Craig of Fermanagh awarded the Mar quis of Ely for the destruction of his woodcock corner John Mills of Ardagh swore that it was be who accidentally set fire to the woods while making tea when gathering turf off the bog Tile city of Cork is suffering from an Inadequate water supply Several times recently the water has been cut off with out notice It has been suggested that a citizens committee should be formed to try to relieve the city from the danger ous muddle in which it has been placed by an incompetent waterworks commit tee WORKED WELL The joint committee of the V M I met Tuesday night The full committee was in atteudance and all were elatedI over the good results attained by the recent joint outing at Fontaine Ferry Park All were loud in praise of the good work done by members of the order and especially of the work of Charles Raidy and Will McDonogh Reports showed that each of the three councils would realize handsomely NEW FEED FIRM John Kelly and Lee J Harris have as sociated themselves in the hay and feed business under the firm name of the Central Hay and Feed Company They have opened a store at 606608 First street AH orders for hay straw corn pats meal and chicken feed will receive prompt attention Both are popular young men and the combination ought to prove successful SATOLLI COUNCIL I Satolli Council Y MJ met M uday night with 9 fair attendance I was decided to remove at SB early date fro the Prince Wells building to mon com mcxllous quarters In the new Bacon wild lag Thecouncilalso decided to push n Q FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE IiY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE 1e3BO Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau Pilseni r Beer r BREWED B- YACKERMANSENN rn EwL c 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white or plain colored No other beds on the ket can be as easily kept in a strictly sanitary condition marII600 Iron Bed now 450 700 Iron Bed now 550 Metal Beds on 8750 Iron Bed now 575 third floor 0 800 Iron Bed now 575 0 1100 Iron Bed now 700 1450 Iron Bed now 1000 1600 Iron Bed now 1100 Metal Beds on 1500 Iron Bed now 1100 third floor 2400 Iron Bed now 1700 I I MarketStreet I THJ STORE THAT ALWAYS DOES THINGS RIGHT e e eeeeeoee ee e ee e OO I IPONY AND CART TO BE GIVEN AWAY TONIGHT AT NEWSBOYS PICNIC I LABOR DAY PICNIC Much interest is being centered in the Labor day picnic to be given at Pcenix Hill Park on Monday September 4 by St Pauls congregation One of the many attractive features will be the baby show A f5 gold piece will be given the handsomest boy baby and a similar piece to the prettiest girl baby under three years old Ticket holders stand a chance to be awarded 25 in gold 100 bushels of coal twentyfive pounds of coffee a dia mond ring fifteen yards of silk a custom made suit of clothes a chest and set of carpenters tools an elegant silk um biella a barrel of flour or 100 pounds of sugrfr The tickets are only ten cents each The Rev Father Thomas A Yorke is expected home soon and his people hope to have all the picnic details are ranged when he arrives FATHER MHUGH LEAVES Tbe Rev Father John Ambrose Mc Hugh O PM who was ordained several months ago and who celebrated his first mass at St Louis Bertrand church in this city left yesterday for Washington D C where he will take a post graduate course at the new Dominican College of the Immaculate Conception with the additional advantage of keeping in close touch with the great Catholic University at the national capital Father McHugh Is a son of Pat McHugh at Eleventh and Maple streets and seems to be destined for great things Ills Louisville friends will watch his career with interest FALL MEETING The initial fall meeting of the Louis vile Jockey Club promises to furnish first class sport for lovers of horse flesh Secretary Lyman H Davis la daily re ceiving applications for stall space and he announces that the fall meeting will bring tc Lqnls lIeVhe best pee that have be a rfcftig atlatonia4sdbri the Canadid a circuit The meeting will open Septemter 16 and continue sixteen days NEWSBOYS PICNIC The Newsboys Home benefit takeI place at Fontaine Ferry today All1I friends of these little merchants of the streets are urged to attend and by their presence encourage these youngsters who are striving to earn their living by selling papers The accompanying pic ture shows the pony and cart which jI to be disposed of at the park tonight KNIGHTS OF COL1IBDSS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Oxnard Council of Los Angeles Cal dedicated their new ball on last Satur day The Most Rev Archbishop Conaty officiatedSharon Council of Buffalo recently celebrated the silver anniversary of the ordination of its Chaplain the Rev J H McAdam by presenting him with a purse of 200 in gold The Chicago Knights are looking for new headquarters in the downtown district for their chapter where they will hue a ball suitable for lectures meet ings receptions and degree work Members of Bishop Carrell Council of Covington acted as an escort to the Right Rev Bishop Maea on the occasion of the cornerstone laying of the Church of the Mother of God schoolhouse last SundayAt the Knights are prepar ing for a bIg banquet on Labor day Sep tember 4 A large class of candidates will be initiated by a degree team from The banquet will be served iu Chicago v C KOF AUyou wish to have a safe legally protected life insurance apply for ia Benefit Certificate with the C ru1ic Blghts Of America Write td Preeldent Felix Gau in New Orlea s La or to Secretary t ny Motr ernjdlaccard BuUdStLOuis Mo c1 Market Street I 0000 THE PASSING OP TEBEAU The announcement this week that Louisville will have an American or National League base ball team next season comes as glad tidings to lovers of the game who have become disgusted with Tebeau and his cheap minor league team of thirdrate ball tossers Here we are at the fag end of the season with a ball team representing a city of 230000 struggling desperately to win fourth place in a league that ought to compose such towns of Sbepherdsville Oshkosh or Kalamazoo We might add that it must be vinegar and gall for Tebeau to see the castoff Clymer carrying off the pennant with the Columbus team All hail to the big league team and farewell to Mogul Tebeau TURTLE CATCHERS CAUGHT James McLaughlin one of New A1 banys popular policemen and an expert turtle fisher had an exciting experience during the past week Mr McLaughlin makes a trip to White river each year in search of the festive turtle While stand ing on the steep banks of White river a twelve pound turtle snapped the bait and pulled Mr McLaughlin into the water Turtle and policeman floated down the stream at a great pace until the fisher mans friends ran along the bank and lassoed him with a clothesline Then he let go the pole and the turtle went on itswayWhen asked how he knew it was a twelve pound turtle IJr McLaughlin said I did not weigh tt I am simply giving it the benefit of a doubt SECOND GRAND SUNSET j The Nonpareil Club one of Louisvilles most popular dancing clubs will give its second grand sunset excursion of the season aweek from today Wehrleys orchestra will furnish the music The atealllrColumblawill carry the excur sionists and will leave the foot of First street at 0 oclock sharp U 7 iIi ttt WASTEFULThe man who throws away bread is no more wasteful than the one whoathrows away money Are you throwing away money You are if you are not buying Fur niture Carpets and Household Nec essities at- IGREENES425 to 429 East Market St LOWEST PRICES BEST TERMS IRON BEDSA big line lhandsomely made and durable from 200 u- pMATTINGA large assortment of Japanese Matting recently im ported All styles front 140 to 35c a yard + + M + t w = 5I iBEI SURE TO CALL FOR r rJ J t 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