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SECTION ONE EIGHT PAGES 4 1 JULY 7 1906 FIVE IMPRESSIONS1 One of tho Home Comers Was Pleased With Visit to Kentucky Praises the Enterprise of Our Public Business Associa C tions and Clubs Wants Mackln Council to Enlist Members In Holy Name Cause THE STATBS FAMOUS SONG j A clergyman from the East who visited Louisville during homecoming weak has written the following con cerning his trip It Is only a poetical expression but It has the ring of truth Breathes there a man with soul so dead Who never to himself hath said This Is my own my native land Kentucky Is in a broad sense a home coming State nobody would have any doubt It he stood in any of the several depots in Louisville on June 12 and 13 and saw the Incoming d trains with thousands of Kentuckys sons and daughters responding to theo proclamation of Gov Beckham No State in the Union can claim for its own such a popular and soul stlrring song as My Old Kentucky Home t It was Indeed a happy thought which first suggested this home week cele bration and those in charge were to say the least wide awake and who have gone away from home and engaged in the active duties of life In distant places this return home and meeting with old friends and getting in touch with the progress and the spirit of the place of our youth as it Is today is a source of the greatest satisfaction and enjoyment It was especially gratify 1 ing to me during my too brief stay in Kentucky to note how Louisville its way to the front 4 among the most progressive cities of the Union As you enter the city you will observe everything that indicates 4 industry and progress The various massive buildings now In course of construction are an evidence that therr Board of Trade and the Commercial Club in Louisville are not like those in many of our Eastern cities 4 is the one word that should characterize them There were so many features of the Queen City of the South that I nm loth to speak lest I might over look anything Brooklyn Is well styled the City of Churches and from observation Louisville might be call ed the City of Catholic Churches The venerable Bishop the Right Rev WIl- lIam George McCloskey is deserving of much praise and his long years of arduous labor in the episcopate cu title him to much more than the love and veneration of his people the love and the blessing of God who when life is over will meet him with the comforting words Well done thou good and faithful servant The Bishop has with him in his Vicar Gen eral a priest who is loved and re spected by rich and poor It was my great pleasure to say mass each morning at the Church of the Sacred Heart and I can say noth too high in praise of its esteemed pastor the Rev Patrick Walsh The llove and esteem in which he is held his piety and learning and his un ostentatious manner endear him to all his peopleOn evening of my arrival in- S Louisville I had the extreme pleasure of attending a meeting of Mackin Council Y M I The meeting was well attended and the members were Very enthusiastic It was made up largely of German and Irish young Americans who are the bone and sinew of the Catholic church today I would be glad to make a resume of their meeting as I could not but note the many brilliant speeches that were made and the conviction that they carried to one that there are no races so nearly allied as the Irish and German no combination of races that will do more for the Catholic church in America This Is proven In the grand work of the Holy Name Society It teaches no distinction It claims all alike rich and poor saint and sinner Irish and German In Christ you haveI the one unfailing Friend When you are in trouble and look for the com fort of a true friend you can go to Him who has saldCome to me nUj ye that labor and are heavily burden ed and I will refresh you He willI take upon himself all your cares andI trials your sorrows and tribulations and He will send you away rejoicing and happy All that He will ask in return is love and veneration for hf holy home When you hear curolng and blaspheming you may say in your hearts Blessed be God Blessed be his holy name God will hoar you and his angels will pray fo- w you My fervent prayer is that all theI members of Mackin Council may en toll themselves under the glorious ban ner of the holy name and that President Charles 8 Bailey and Past President II- James T Shelley may start tileJ movement that will soon enlist every member of Mackin Council under the banner of Jesus Christ It is in his cause we will have to fight lifes batt Use and we hope to realize at its cl that there Is no other name whereb t can be savedf- rs la conclusion J would say a wor- a a r 10w 4 iTT lE 4 A rf T l l KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME YVIINO LOUISVILLE SATURDAY PRICE CENTS 1That energeticTo isfgrgjngon Enterprise 1ing i in congratulation to the Kentucky Irish American In tho hands of its present able editor William M Hlgi gins it has been all that I looked for a clean enterprising Kentucky Catho lie paper It Is the organ of the Irish theyareand as such It Is entitled to the most loyal support of all Catholics 4 ACTED HONORABLY Catholic Senator Wants Peo ples Will to Become Law The Hon J M Gearln who is filling an unexpired term In the United States Senate as one of Oregons represen tatlves has proven courageous and upright The people of Oregon held a primary and recommended the olec tlon of Mr Bourne as Senator to sue ceed Mr Garln The legislature however is Democratic and would have reelected Senator Gearin had he not spoken against It He wrote the Legislature as follows j I have already congratulated Mr Bourne upon his election and I wish to reaffirm what I said In the cam paign that the meaning of the direct primary Is clearly that whoever re ceived the popular majority or plurali ty in the June election is entitled to the votes of the members of the Legis lature next January Both Republi can and Democratic members owe It lo the people to ratify their choice already expressed I believe in theIgovernment by the people that they what they want In policy and- fficials and that we should uphold the only means whereby they may I most easily and accurately register t their wishes and commands as to every function of governmental activi ty and every Individual who fills offl clal position- I i advocated the direct election of Federal Senators and supported the j direct primary nomination law TheJJ Legislature of Oregon must If it IIpopularIII same celerity with which Presidential t electors hasten to record the wishes ofIthe people The people of the commonwealth have expressed their wishes without equivocation now let the Legislature bow to their will and do its duty and let it be determined 1 once for all that henceforth the people of Oregon are to select their Federal Senators by direct vote Senator Gearin Is a practical Catho lic and a member of the Knights ofI Columbus y UNIFORM KNIGHTS Making Ready For a Grcat Demonstration This Month Thursday July 26 will be popularly known as Uniform Rank and C K of A day and great preparations are being made for the big demonstration and celebration that will be held at Fontaine Ferry Park From now until the event meetings of the various branches will be held and arrangements perfected that will Insure the success of the undertaking of the Cen tral Committee and the two uniformed companies of Knights Invitations will be sent all societies of Catholics to participate in the events which It Is hoped will bring together the largest crowd of the seaIson The Central Committee met last night and received encouraging reports and distributed another bigI batch of tickets An effort will be made to dispose of 10000 before the day of the outing which would almost Insure the equipment of another com pang Visits will be made the differ ent branches by committees and every effort will be made to make July 26 a general holiday for the Catholics of Louisville SPLENDID ADDITION Sacred Heart School to Be Enlarged in the Near Future r The Rev Father Patrick Walsh pas tor of Sacred Heart church announced last Sunday that the pupils were In creasing so fast that it had become necessary to add a new front and four large rooms to the parochial school In addition to the eight grades now taught a commercial class will be or ionized and expert teachers will give the advanced pupils training in book typewritingThegregatiou to subscribe as liberally as possible for the addition to tho school Father Walsh never appeals to his people In vain and ho feels assured that they will come forward prompt neesaids CARROLL HONORED rCapt P J Carroll of the No 16 Engine Company was presented withI a handcome gold badge by the memi bers of his company on Friday night of last weak The badge is ornamented with three beautiful diamonds and Is engraved in an appropriate style Assistant City Attorney Daniel1 E OSullivan made the presentation speech and Chief Filmore Tyson pin ned the badge on the coat of the be oyofI reoelvldn n utin 0U 0 EVACUATION J Of Boston by British Army a Pleasant Incident Injj History Washington and Ills Men Had the English at Their 1IercyIJ How He Led His Soldiers From City on St Patricks DayJJ I J 1INCIDENTS OF FATEFUL PERIOD Every schoolboy knows the history I1 of Dorchester Heights and the prom Inent part it took in shaping AmerI- can history Washington proposed I his plans to his council early in the year but none of his officers sustained him Reluctantly he gave them up until March This was the plan J Early in March soon after candlo t light Cobble hill Lechmeres point and Roxbury batteries were to mako I1 all the noise that they could and rain I down upon the Britsh garrison a heavy fire In the meantime eight hundred men were to march to Dor DostonI t trenchment says the Irish World The Heights rose over against Bos ton but a short distance to the south JI and once covered with American t works thero would be no alternative for the British but to get out of Boston Plans began to mature All the farms in the neighborhood were canvassed A train of over three hundred ox teams the canvassers secured Bundles of screwed hay stacks of gabions faclnes and chandeliers were heaped up The moon was at the full and all that was needed was a quiet cloud less night when its great white lantern would be hanging unobscured in the skyIMarch 4 came the sun went down the candles began to glimmer In the American eamphi the hamlets ofRox bury Cambridge and Somervllle and 1 over in the East rope a magnificent cloudless moon that was the great white lantern mounting the sky for a I special Illumination For two pre Ious nights the American cannon had been barking away but now the night of March 4 the cannonade was sharpII as possible and sustained with the greatest vigor The Britsh garrison J was in ignorance of anything like a surprise and all that It could do was to return the fire from their cannon and mortars until daylight Higher and higher rose the moons white lantern and then there was a movement across slender Dorchester neck Eight hundred American sol diers stole along in the moonlight onehalf taking position on high ground nearest Boston Four hundred went In the opposite direction to guard against any attack from a British castle in the harbor Now came the intrenching party under the command of Gen Thomas The ground was still frozen and could not easily be turned up but there were over three hundred carts packed loaded down heaped up that brought materials across Dor chester neck and up the slopes of the frozen heights toiled the oxen urged on by their Impatient drivers Washington was hapPYhis hour had come Not a suspicion of danger did the British seem to have They kept banging away with cannon and mortar because they knew nothing else they could do How those unrec ognized beavers on the heights of Dor chester toiled away Carts arrived were emptied went off returning some bringing three even four loads and up into form even into alarming outline were piled those waiting gabl ons fascines and chandeliers while the moon mounting higher shed down its light like a benediction At 3 a m the beavers were relieved Another working party arrived an J worked with fresh energy Long earthworks stretched across two hills redoubts were thrown up strong wellsecured in every way Along the foot of the Heights went an abbatis1 materials for which trees in thoI neighboring orchards had been fu fished The top of the ridge had decoration of barrels packed wit Jstones and earth As the slopes o the Heights were steep and occupied neither by shrubs nor trees these barriers were intended as a sort olf welcome should the Britsh come marching up supposing they shouldIl be so foolish the barrels were to goI rolling down And now the sun of the fifth 01t March rose above the waters of theI harbor and to the astonished vision seenyI odHeights was a e fortress If It remained unchallenged unassailed not taken the British garrison in Boston town was doomed Lord Howe the British commander immediately summoned a council oi war It was decided to attack the American works Twentyfour hundred men under Lord Percy embarked In boats to attack those audacious Yankees The Americans were in the most Joyous spirits They had the redoubts and they had the barrelse packed with earth and stones and they felt happy and secure Washing ton sent his message to go from man to man kindling an intense emotion aa It sped along Remember It IB the fifth of March a day newer to be for gotten Avenge the death of your brethren e Every movement of the British was very closely watched Soldiers on the spectatorsThroughpatches on the adjacent hills that give a view of tho harbor and Boston for curious watchers were anxiously scanning every feature of this shifting panorama Those British cargoes of troops for the protected assault were borne to the castler in the harbor Night and a wind storm and finally a great downpour otraln on tho morning of tho 6th delayed the British progressyIf we Karl powder said Washington I would give them a dose they would not welt like But Washington was not obliged to play the doc powderHoweIts voice clamored Sot the evacuation of Boston as soon as possible and the order went forth It was a very un happy hour for the Britsh soldiers and their sympathizers in Boston Many loyal to the British government had fled to Boston for refuge and the only substitute noW offered was Nova Scotia wintry and cheerless whither a passage In the British transports was offered the loyalists There was no alternative Wash ington In Dorchester was occupying new ground and still nearer Boston The British whew they discovered j this hastened their departure Besides the eight thousand soldiers there were eleven hundred refugees to be packed in one hundred and twenty transports Long before daybreak on j the morning of St Patricks Day they started to embark Before 10 a m this canvas procession went down the harbor It was not unobserved The blue waters of the harbor became a great arena that was watched by tiers of spectators on the wharves on the house roofs on the hill tops That procession reached from the castle down to Nantasketroads miles away Those patches of white canvas dwindled dwindled till every sign of the late British occupation sank be hind the misty horizon and forever Three days later the American drums were beaten at a lively rate the American flags were jauntily swung to the i breeze and the American army tramped cheerily and triumphantly Into Bos ton town p MOURN HER DEATH The Cathedral Loses Mrs Elizabeth Doyle Its Old 1 est Member Catholic circles were pained Sunday morning when it became known that the soul of Mrs Elizabeth Doyle theI venerable mother of Messrs John A lEd Michael Doyje haj4 passed tp Its heavenly reward For sixty years she bad resided In the Cathedral parish and was its oldest member and dur log that time she had been one of tho most prominent Catholic women in Louisville always taking a leading part In church and charitable work Mrs Doyle was born in Fairfield Nelson county seventy years ago and was the daughter of Michael OCal lahan one of the most prominent citi zens of the county Her mother whose maiden name was Susan Lilly was a member of one of the oldest families in the State and the family is still very prominent In that section WhenI she was ten years old her father moved to Louisville where ho was one of the founders of the Cathedral of the Assumption Mrs Doyle imme diately took a leading part in all the work of the women of the congregation and soon became known as one I of the foremost charity workers of the State In 1850 she married Pat rick Callahan who was at that time the agent for the Irish Immigration Society in this part of the country Every immigrant who came herewas brought to him and in this way he became one of the bestknown Irish men In the South He was versprominent in Irish circles and wa associated with John McAteer Muldoon and Patrick Bannon in look ing after the welfare of his country men In the year that Mrs Doyle was mar rled the old Cathedral of which her father was One of the founders wa torn down and in its place was bull the present structure Mrs Doyl was one of the foremost in having th new church built and was the last survivor of the congregation of th old church Shetook leading part in the charity work of the new Cathe Catholldparentage were brought notice For many years she had bee the Prefect of the Cathedral Third Order of St Francis The funeral took place Tuesday morning with solemn high mass of requiem anc was the largest seen at the Cathedral kneareshc peace j REAL IRISH LACE The Sisters of Our Lady of Mercy at Gort County Galway Ireland have established II workroom where poor girls urn taught to make Irish llace and crochet work Sister Afar j Agatha who has charge of the now venture has written to Thomas D Thnvery apt e turning out many beautiful designs Any reader of the Kentucky Irish American who needs real Irish lac should correspond with Sister Mar Agatha II IMPORTANT PROJECT A party of Chicago Irish capitalists wll go to Ireland this month to Investit gate the lace and woolen industries It is proposed to Interest American capital in the manufacture of these commodities and to create a market I for Limerick laces among the Catho lie clergy of the United States At present the greater part of the lace used for altar coverings and series III aitical vestments is imported from France Belgium and Switzerland uoJ o IRISH NAMES i Origin of Some Patronymics of the Beautiful Green Isle The Smiths Are Fifth In Numer ical Strength and OBriens Como Next How the English Sought to Stamp Out the Old Names THE FITZS TIIACS AND THE OS A man bearing the very general name of Smith as a rule passes un challenged and yet In the report of the RegistrarGeneral of Ireland we find that in numerical strength the Smiths are fifth in Ireland while the historic name of OBrien is sixth and j that name which gave glory and honor to Kings ONell is tenth and McCarthy is thirteenth and McLaughlin a twentyfirst In numerical order Wilson Is twen ysixth Campbell is thirtyfirst the very ancient Irish name Clarke which is but another form of Cleary a common and wellknown recognized Celtic name derived from the Celtic Cler cch which means a clerk is thirty second Johnson is not usually taken as an Irish name yet numerically It ins thirtythird and is but tho Anglicized form of McShane or McShawn Shawn meaning John in Irish and Me meaning the son of Other very com mon names among the Irish are Brown Thompson White Robinson and Ward which is almost the exact reproduction of the Irish word Bhard which means a bard Reid Graham j King Bell and Scott are common and j looking downthe Registrars list more Gastons than Gargans are found and more Littles than Logues The prefix Fltz is corrupt Norman French and means the Son of exactly as Mac means Son of in Irish while 0 means descendant and may attach the bearer only toa trlbeuor family Of the preflxes Mac was 1Kb more coveted and distinguished The records show that there were in Ireland 600 families with the prefix 0 and only 135 with the prefix Mac The pre 1 fix KIl or Gil is a contraction of the Irish word Glolla which means servant of and was generally assumed by lay persons who followed the rule of life ofsome saint Kilbride is the servant of Bridget as Gllpatrlck is the servant of Patrick Gllfoyle is the fol lower of St Paul Gilchrist Is the ser rant of Christ and Gildea Is the ser want of God Maol Is another commons prefix not understood yet significant of radiant sanclty It is Celtic and means a holy servant who has re ceived the minor order of the tonsure Muldoon is but a corrupt form of Maol Dubhan and means tho servant and fol lower of Saint Dubhan The name Rock and Garrick and Carrick are rarely considered Irish by the ignorant ones who discriminate against a man with as truth name yet these are derived from the Irish word Carrulce which means stone Darragh Is taken from the Celtic word Dalr and means an oak Mullaly is from Eala and means a swan Quilty from Coil froms1gan a or from Cralth a weaver Davin from Daimph a poet and McIntyre from Maoautsaolr meaning son of a workman OFarrell or OFerrall is rich in historic signifi FeargaiisFeargaltantiquitye toewa envy stupid bigots who turn I ofea glorious name It might rightly be asked why the dlstlnc gulshed names into names of isnsimple By a statute of 1335 It was provided that Every Englishman do banamed by an English name leaving 1off entirely the manner of naming used lawW was passed That every Irishman that dwells betwixt or amongst Englishmen lathe County of Dublin Myoth Vrlell and Klldare shall take to him an Eng lish surname of one town or color or arte or science or office Some of the purest blooded Irishmen today bear such names as Johnson Duller Chamberlain Drown White Stone Rock and Smith and the oyf en conquerors above quoted TIMEeWe have often alluded to the feeling which increases with Increasing age passesX nable in middle ago it seems only a short time to look either backward o forward while in old rye the days are swifter than a weavers shuttle tIn their flight and we spend our years as a tale that is told Cut there 1Is another thing in confect n with the passing of time that becomes more im presaive as the years roll b and that is its Irrevocableneee the certainty that whatever opportunities we 1lose1 are never going to be offered to us again and happy indeed are those I manIj I e I 4 worst of it Is that such chances appear to us more clearly in retrospect than they over can in looking forward Things that did not appear to matter much at the moment have a way of assuming important proportions as we look back at them and realize all the consequences to which they lead and how much better it would be had we acted differently at the time the opportunity was presented to us ROUSING WELCOME For Archbishop Blenk Upon His Arrival at New Orleans The home coming of Archbishop Blenk was the occasion for an un usual and enthuslastc demonstration at New Orleans last Sunday Extra ordinary Interest attached to the oc casion from the fact that only seven years ago he left the Crescent City a parish priest and pow returns as the head of the great Catholic archdiocese of New Orleans For some time past 11arrangementsgive him a hearty welcome to his native city A special train bearing city officials and about 300 prominent Catholics was run across the Miss issippi State lido to greet the Arch bishop and bring him Into Louisiana and upon their arrival at New Orleans salute of fifty guns was fired and also another of twentyfive guns when the Cathedral was reached When Archblshop Blenk alighted from the train ho was greeted by an enormous gathering of his fellow townsmen of all denominations and Immediately a procession of priests and members of every parish In the city numbering over 5000 was form ed and escorted His Grace to St Louts Cathedral Here he was welcomed by Bishop Rouxel after which ho formally assumed his new duties Monday the Archbishop was tendered a banquet at the Grunewald House by the clergy at which happly congratulatory addresses were made and on Tuesday the laity gave a public reception in his honorThe Most Rev Dr Blenk is the successor of Archbishop Chapelle who to died during the yellow fever epidemic In New Orleans last summer Arch bishop Blenk comes from Porto Rico where he had been the head of that archdiocese for some time ELECTED DELEGATES Trinity Councils Represent to atlvesfrorNext Grand Councill Trinity Council Y M I held a large ly attended meeting Monday evening much Interest being manifested In the election of four delegates and alternates to the Kentucky Grand Council which convenes In Frankfort In September After a spirited contest Ed ward Wulf Dr G P Beutel James B f Kelley and Frank Filson were chosen- as delegates and Albert Zlrnheldt Jo Hehmann David OConnell and Louis Kempft were selected as alter nates Frank Pllson chairman of the Entertainment Committee reported that ha committee proposed to give a bazar to be followed by an entertainment in September and asked for four addl tlonal members for his committee and t President Martin John J Sullivan Sr John J Barry and James Kelly were added Charles S Raids delivered a short but interesting talk urging the members to eliminate politics as much 1 as possible from the council and con gratulated Trinity on the selection of its delegates Mr Raldy proved him self to be just as big a favorite at the meeting as In his own council he be ing given an enthusiastic reception on his arrival and after the meeting At tLo meting next Monday night David OConnell will deliver a lecture on Matrimony SUFFERED COLLAPSE Hard MlssionaryWorkCausedIllness Priest Tho Rev Father Edward W Boes pastor of the church at Pewee Valley theeSacred Heart Sanitarium at Mil waukee In addition to his work at Pewee Valley ho has mlslsons at La Grange and Eminence and Is also called upon to minister to the splrlI tual wants of the Catholic patients and employes at Lakeland Asylum Tho strain on him proved too much and ho suffered a complete breakdown Tho Right Rev Dlshop McCloskey has given him an extended vacation and the maul friends of Father Boes hope to see him restored to complete health within tho next month Before leaving for the North ho superintended the decoration of the church at Pewee Valley and it is no one of the handsomest of the smallI churches in the diocese He is also having a new iron fence placed around1 the church at Eminence When work is completed the square will b one of tho beauty spots of the towns REMEMBERED HANDSOMELY Frank Dacher who retired as Deputy Clery of the Circuit Court on Saturday to become Clerk of the Quarterly Court on Monday was pleas antly surprised by his friends und associates who tendered him a hand some silver tea service of eight pieces The presentation was madeI in Judge Kirbys courtroom utter the joist session on Saturday He madeI rla greatful speech of thanks in re sponiw J tx SECTION ON EIGtfT PAGES BLESSING Tho White Shepherd Extends Benediction to Catholic Federation Grand Reception Will Bo Delegates to Nation- Conyention lion Bocrke Cockran Will Ads dress a Public Mass Meeting ECCLESIASTICAL INTEREST DESIRED Tho American Federation of Catho Societies will hold its fifth national convention at Buffalo N Y July 29 30 31 and August 1 The Buffalo committee headed by the Right Rev Bishop Colton is making great prep arations for the event The opening ceremonies will bo conducted at St Josephs Cathedral Public mass meetings will bo held and one of the principal speakers will be the Hon Bourke Cockran who will deliver ang address on The Duties of a Catholic Citizen His Holiness Popo Plus X has commended the Federation and his apostolic blessing to its members Through his Papal Secretary of State tho Pope has addressed the follow ing letter to Thomas B Mlnahan President of tho Federation Sir That in union there Is strength is evident from the letter you have sent us explaining the manner in which the Federation of Catho He Societies over which you preside has been Inaugurated and the extent which the various associations of which it Is composed have thus far done for all In their power to carry out the purpose for which the federa ilea has been instituted namely to extend a helping hand to the clery in safeguarding Catholic intersts to strive for the Christian education of youth which is the hope of the church further peace and morality in faml lies to expound Catholic truth in booKs and periodicals to combat erP sore to foster established works of charity and found new ones finally to endeavor to renovate public and private life In conformity with tho teachings of Jesus Christ How much Joy this gave to tho Sovereign Pontiff can bo more easily im agined than described For you are aware that ho has federations of this kind very much at heart because of the abundant blessings that accrue from them to civil society Rejoicing therefore at the fruit which you have already gathered he sees the hope and the promise of still more in the future and this hope Is increased because of the Fifth Congress which you announce is about to bo convened in Buffalo next July at which such a distinguished assemblage of prelates will assist Meantime the Holy Father expresses the wish that your labors and those of tho federation which has beeu begun with the prudence worthy of the highest praise may be crowned with the blessing and assistance of benevolenceto you and to each of the associated socities his Apostolic Benediction II I vail myself of this opporunity to express my own consideration in your regard and to remain Yours most devotedlyR MERRY DEL VAL Tho federation is now six years old but there was no convention last year owing to the prevalence of yellow fever In New Orleans where the con vention was to have been held The organization was tho original Idea of the Right Rev Bishop James A Mo Paul D D and its membership is In+ creasing each year In tho call for the convention President Minahan writes in part as follows duringthecussing the future of federation was unanimous in the conviction that the time had come to urgently request more active cooperation with us on the part of the hierarchy Althoughxnearly all the Archbishops and Blah ops havo written letters of approval and in many instances expressed the heartiest commendation It has still seemed they were content to leave the active work of organizing to the few prelates who have from the first had a strenuous hand on tho laboring oar Many laymen and some societies have Interpreted this absence front active cooperation to mean Cation ll only tolerated not earnestly encouraged The Executive Board respect fully submit tbat the period of proba tion has been reasonably long and that federations record should now com mend it to the active Interested con ecclesiasticalIend prudently directed can become the right arm of Catholic Interests In awaitingeunityWeprelates and clergy to attend and to personally Invite leading Catholic lay men to represent in the Buffalo con yentlon each and every archdiocese a diocese institution and parish in the country Changes In the mthods and organization of federation may be de o slrable What is most neededis repi a resentatlon of the best Catholic thought to so mold and direct the fu ture of Catholic unity as to iniura the beneflclent results within the reach of JfTheably represented thli year as u C- M J u KibNTU KY R8H J A ld 0 j AM 1 AM A- f THE BUSY CORNER Seventh and Oak Market and Family Grocery OUR MEATS ARE THE FINEST MACK IN GlYNN The Reliable Grocerymen- Call tip J5J3 and have oUr solicitors cafl on you CANDIESWHY Rudolph Bauer OF COURSE 234 W Market 2 STORES 23539 W Jefferson uuuer- a II FOR THE SICK ROOM jj 8 YOU WANT IT PURE g P a 4 Whiskies Wines Brandies Champagnes C gg- jjTry Our 5 Year 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BY- aIj ilJ r whose order Father Blcmill belonged brought his remains to Nelson countyHere under the little white cross in the silent buryingground at Gethsepmne all that is mortal of this heroic soul has found its last resting place Truly it can be saidof him that he fought the good fight that he kept the faith and that the love of him glows iin the Ihearts of all who arc left of tho famous Kentucky Orphan briga- deROOSEVELT I Tho President Surprised Dr Hydo With Knowledge ot Gaelic Lore New Phase to Man of Many Bril I liant Port Brought Out Chief Executive Is aa Familiar With Ossian aa With- Shakespeare REMEMBERS WHAT HB an READS Dr Douglas Hydes visit to America revealed a new phase of the many sided President The ouore Roosevelt Speaking to a newspaper reporter of his visit to the White House Dr Hyde said 1 1I knew the President had Irish blood in him and I also I knew him to be greatly interested in the Celtic revival said Dr Hyde but I was not prepared for the extent to which he is informed of Irish literature I called I upon him at the White House and we tallied of the mission up on which I have come to the United States The conversation drifted into the old Celtic litera tureYou may imagine my delight to find Mr Roosevelt a deep stu dent of the subject When we spoke of the old Celtic sages lIe proved himself even more famil iir with them than T am myself Subsequently he led me into a differentiation of the women of the old Celtic literature and those of the new and the discussion finally became so technical that I am compelled to admit him more learned in the matter than I He had riot only read the old literature of Ireland but he had applied his trained analytical mind to it as few men I have knownI came away from Mr Roose velt greatly impressed with his scholarship He is a great schol areThe Celtic language and lit erature are I suppose but inci dents in his great fund of thor ough information To know an incidental subject so well as ho knows this one attests to his re markable mental capacity It waareportedat the time that the President addressed Dr Hyde in the Gaelic tongue The doctor is grieved to deny for ho would have been delighted had the President done so but he does PresidentMinclined to think Mr Roosevelt does neither I have met in America a great many people who do speak or write Gaelic says the doctor but I scarce believe any of them are as frmiliar with Gaelic literature as I found Mr Roosevelt The Ossian esque is as familiar fo him as the Shakespearean literature is to the average nan of letters I have met many delightful people in America and the enthusiasm in the Gaelic revival which I have found over here has made my tour a cbntinu ous delight But I should have fail ed far of my opportunity had I not met so brilliant a Celtic scholar as the President of the United StatesThe many sides of Mr Roosevelt have been often remarked this is but one more to add Readers of his enthusiastic outdoor books arc constantly reminded of the Presi dents erudition When he writes of his Oklahoma wolf hunt he ob servesandclassifies wolves with the technical skill of the trained naturalist When he tells of bear hunt ing in Colorado he informs the reader of the family divisions which make one bear unlike another in the eyes of the knowing When he relates how he hunted elk in Wy oming he displays a deep knowl edge of that which the naturalist knows as Wapiti When he tells of rides in the Rockies he identifies and names the birds by their flight their plumage and theirI scng Mr Roosevelt knows the fauna of the West Those that know him intimately often relatq anecdotes attesting to the wonderful range of his exact knowledge He often entertains at i the White House some learned Specialist and the manner in hIChjj j h can keep pace with these injj cpnstantlYeamazes hold alike The phasC6ofIr Pooaevelt are often facets They J brilliant They arehard facts a ir 1 1 He acquires them by observations d reading Once they are harvested for his mental repository they remain imperishable in his memory Mr Roosevelt to quote a colloquialism has been a quick learner and a slow forgetter THE PRESIDENTS IN RHYME First the great Wellington ap pears And Adams serves for four brie years The House elects then Jefferson And Louisianas grandly won Madisons iis the next great name A war drags through with check erect fame Then James Monroe assumes theI chairs His famous doctrine to declare A second Adams next is chief Thanks to the House His term is brief The next is Jackson who declaresI Wo are a Nation and who dares Nullifications host to fight Van Buren next and panicsI blight Then comes thejicro of Tippe canoe Brave Harrison and Tyler too Death claims our Chief and Texas far To grace our banner adds her Iolk takes the helm The Mexica- war Brings us a k vast Pacific shore Oregon rounds our vast domain Then Taylor and Filmorclt Once again Comes the Death angell Filmore tries To heal our quarrels with compromise Pierce brings hope of a better day But KainsasNebraska is in the way- Buchanan essays to calm the strife But secession aims at the Nations life- Abraham Lincoln guides our ship Through seas of blood on its fear ful trip But falls a martyr when war i done And the land is saved and the vic tory won Jchnson fills out the lingering years And Grant the hero of war ap pears Then Hayes by the narrowest mar gin wins And a newer national life begins Garfield and Arthur come next iin view But tIle first is slain ere the year is through Cleveland is next then Harrison Then Cleveland again is the favor ed one McKinley carries our banner far Oer distant seas in the Spanish war But falls a victimiof murderous hate 7 And Roosevelt takes the Chair of State Such is the Presidential line Fiom the days of 1789 Hubert M Skinnero TRUE TO FAITH About the Celebrated Car rolls of IndependenceFame I It may nQt be generally known that lineal descendants ol Charles Carroll of Carrollton one of the signers of the Declaration of Inde ptrdence are still living some iin America and sonic in France The hstory of this family ought to prove interesting reading to all1I Americans and particularly Irish AmericansAfter the dethronement o James II andwhen England hacl destroyedall the hopes of the Cath olic party in Great Britain the orig inal Carroll emigrated to America and settled in Maryland This was in 1688 218 years ago He became the chief agent for Lord Baltimore who established the first Irish Catholic colony in Maryland and iin 1702 he purchased the propertyy which has been in the possession of his descendants ever since It was his grandson and name sake Charles Carroll who was one of the illustrious signers of the Declaration ol Independence while another grandson John Carroll was the first Bishop and Arch bshop of Baltimore The present Charles Carroll lies resided in Paris fpr many years tripshtmelinquishing his American citizen slap Hs wife is a granddaughter of Georgo Bancroft the celebrated American diplomat and historian J Mrs Carroll enjoys an exceptional pcsition among the old French c aristocracy and takes an active partII in tho work of the Sisters of St Vincent de Paul in Paris Miss Mary Carrolla sister ol Charles is the wife of Count do Jergolary Another sister Anita bd the wife of Baron de La Grange ai race horse owner and sportsman very popular in France Royal prominent of Charles Carroll The entire emily has remained true to the n faith that caused their ancestors to- sQek a refuge from persecution 200- years I r ago II To retain the greed co1or of vegetables keep tbesi nacovered tvbilecooking j s j APPROPRIATE New Structures In San Fran cisco Will Embody Old Mis slon Styles oldfSpanish Cathedrals Design Simplicity Will Be the Main Characteristic of Modern Buildings CHEAP AS WELL AS HARMONIOUS i Now that whohnolo plans ar being made for rebuilding Sanl Francisco and a dozen or more stir mounding towns it is believer among architects that a large num ber of the new structures ought toI and will embody the architecturall features of the old California mis singttl 1 greatlyf any locality in whicey are situ atedTwo remarkable instances of thisI departure are the new Cathedral i Los Angeles and a new church iin Los Angeles both erected after de signs made by a firm of Easterni architects The new Los Angeles Cathedral bears a striking resemblance to the old Spanish cathe dials to be seen at Chihuahua and other towns in Mexico A building of this kind it is claimed is more appropriate in its California set ting than a Gothic or Romanesque church- S The mission style f architecture is also singularly appropriate for small churches like the one recent 1ly erected at Los Angeles which his declared to be an artistic gem A church of this knd is devoid of or nament and is exceedingly cheap to build The original California missions built by the friars were necessarily simple while time Span ish Colonial cathedrals like that at Chihuahua and the City of Mexico are of the most elaborate and ornate character In the mission church the small amount of decoration used wass usually confined to the sky line of the gable end to the principal en trance anti the architectural fea tures of the tower which usually had two rather low upper stories provided for bells roofed bya dome surmounted by a small tem ple The architectural details were usuallyof Doric Renaissance The sky lines of the gable recall somewhat the Elizabethan There iis often n cloister of considerable di mension sometimes as at Santa Barbara planted as a garden The characteristic features of the mission buildings and the mission style when adapted to modern work the traditions of the missions preserved in our modern design arc in large part principles rather than the production of archi tectural features One often sees that striking gable end cut in a sterotyped meaningless sky line the use of which is rather the abuse than the adaptation of the mission style There are other archi tectural features that arc more sen sible than seem to mark the stlc prof tile roof corridors verandas or arcadesa courtyard often planted as a garden Sometimes one sees time mission like tower and buttresses and a Doric doorway Then again one sees a design that suggests to the mind the mission style without there being apparently any special reason A large number of these mission churches are expected to arise in San Francisco and other California cities not only because they are cheap to build but because they are more harmonious with their historical surroundings than any other class of architecture They have great powers for resisting earthquakes as is shown by those in California that have gone through these tremors for cen turies QUALITY THAT COUNTS lime great prizes of life do not full to the most brilliant to the cleverest to the shrewdest to the ucst longheaded men to the men of soundest judgment When a man is wanted for a responsible position his shrewdness is not considered so important as his sound judgment Reliability is what is wanted Can II- a man stand without being tripped and if he is thrown can he land upon his feet Can he be depended upon relied upon under all cir cumstances to do the right tiling the sensible thing Has the man level head Does he lose his tamper easily or can lIe control himself If ho cart keep a level head under all circumstances iif he cnnnot be thrown off his balance and is honesthe is the mime want CH c c v ri I a U u rmlP N OREILLY C J NEDDIS t OREILLY NEDDIS Uu fESTATE AND ffii INSURANCEf tiN 1111 jjAgents for TODD and IiENYON BuildingstJtJ LOANS AND MORTOAOES U PHONE I2U OOIUOMB MAIN 1214 TODD BLDG r= j VMHYe4SS SKi 4x K Sx 3 ij HENRY nASON I CONFECTIONERY f i AND ICE PARLOR I Fresh Bread Rolls Pies and Cakes constantly on hind CUnaPHONUn433 OFFICES j BAKERY CREAM 1606 7th St near St Catherine I II uu uuuuuusic GOJCC C MINERS AND DEALERS OF I FIRST POOL PITTSBURG COALIC CCC C C CCC CC- cc MAIN OFFICE 213 3rd CsC 11 I I I I I I II II I II II I II I II I II TELEPHONE 1056 DECKELSGROCERYHSheby D 0 HIoRiuERsANOGOMPRNYm I M INCORPORATED Washed River Sand Concrete Gravel Roofing Gravel Bond Gravelt BOTH PHONES 1871 ELEVATOR AND YARDS BROOK FULTON I I I I I I I I + t + t I t t t H ULSKAM PSCUT RATE DRUG STOREJPRESCRIPTIONS FILLED DAY AND NIGHT WINES WHISKIES BOTH PHONES 2238 HW CUR106th and KENTUCKY STS 1 I I tit t t tt H tHOME PHONE 1424 BASEBALL SCORE RECEIVEDBY INNINGS t DUGANS CE1 c Ms FINE WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS- S t4I R E CORNER SEVENTH AND ZAWE STREETS I I to Xb R1 W 1 t1JrENTtTOfCV TWJMF AMERICAN IiIIIIIMm Mi4IBHGMIHAIMm MlmlmlMmmmmmmm MmUGlllt TUI BI6 STORII The Worlds Largest Outfitters for jm m MEN BOYS AND CHILDREN I Manufacturers of nil the clothing we sell Our Guaranteed Bond goes with every sale Money beck for the asking All clothing pressed and erepaired one year free of charge MENS SUITS I 5 750 110 12 15 20 251 IYOUNG MENS SUITS I 3E 5 750 10 12 15 1 CHILDRENS KNEE PANTS SUITS II 150 2 250 3 350 5 6 Df If HATS 98c 148 198 248 3 13 MENS FURNISHINGS IN UNLIMITED QUANTITIES ITHE BIG STORE4U43 426 434 Street West430 1 R m = flllLTON M MARBLESTONE ft CO H IlirnriATY FARi7 IlTAri1i R FAFA iRNKZ7 11 A i 1rAriA7 ifS i outnem National Bank Main Street Between Third and Fourth LOUIS 2ILLE rev Sjj Safety Vault Co 200210 FIFTH STREET CAPITAL 1000000 y SURPLUS 800000 John Stitei President C J Meddle Asst Snpt R E Dept John W Barr Vice President John T Malone Second Vice Prest James C Mahon Secretary Joshua F Speed Treasurer Trevor H Whayne Supt R E Dept C R Richards Supt of Vault 07 IIP 7 WWTd 7 1 111111 I H I I 111H l+HI11 N 1111111 JJJ rft BEDDING PLANTSI We have the largest and most complete stock of Roses Geraniums Cannas Vines in the city Our prices are I right Order at once a few of our TOMATO PLANTS JACOB SCHULZ V I IBoth Phones 223 M4 FOURTH AVENUE GREENHOUSES 1325 CHEROKEE RD Both Phones 984 t1111111111 1 I I 1 1111111111I 1 MHI I 11IH111111111I E 1 1 HII1 1111 1 II1I41 1 I 1J DRINK Hofbrau Pilsen1 r Beer BREWED BY r SENN ACKERMAN0 = 000t1 BRE2VING COMPANYJNCOJtPORTED HONK 482 LOUXVIxrB ICY TfflGA HOLD THEIR LEAD Hibernian Celebration Bringi Out Record Breaking Crowd The annual celebration of the Ancient Order of Hiberians was at tended by the largest and happiestt gathering of people witnessed at Fontaine Ferry this season and the results are most gratifying to the members of the different committee- who I had the affair in charge and the members of the order at large From early in the afternoon till late In the evening people poured into the park and it is estimated that there were at least 12000 admissions For several I years the Hlberlans had the record breaking crowds and they continue to hold the lead The great crowd wasI a Jolly one and nothing occurred toI mar the happiness of the occasion Pleasing features were the showing made by the Uniform Rank of Catho lic Knights and the splendid service rendered by the Louisville Railway I Company under the direction of In spector Antony Connelly Jt is thf universal wish that the Hiberians have another day before the season ends t MACKIN COUNCIL Reading of Washingtons Address Feature of Last I Meeting I unusually largeAn meeting of members of Mackin Council was held Tues I day night and the volume of business caused a rather late adjournment The feature of the evening was fur I nished by Will Daly who read Wash ingtons addreso to the Catholics and made a short but patriotic talk that aroused great enthusiasm Sand had for his subject the IDen Corporal Works of Mercy and Carl Bartsch told why Catholics genuflect and raise their hats when entering and passing the church Both were instructive and interesting and proved the wisdom of the educa tional policy that is now being pur sued President Raldy announced that the questions to be answered next Tuesday night would be the Fourth commandment and What are the four cardinal virtues The speakers named for the following meeting were Messrs Thomas D Clines Sr and Samuel Robertson who are two of the rising orators of the council One application was presented and the transfer card of Leo Dawson was received from St Catherines Council C Ilartlage was taken from the sick list and William Ffanmlllcr was reported on the way to speedy recovery Secretary Lanaham read a congratula tory letter from Rev John J Higgins thereportwhich complimented the officers for the efficient manner in which the books were kept land the business of the organization transacted After ap pointing Messr John Lynn Charles Klehammer mid James Mullarkey as an investigating committee for three months the Chairman introduced Herman Holkamp who closed the meeting with a short but spirited ad dress SUBS ANTIAL IMPROVEMENTS Barney Campbell Sons the well known plasterers are making substantial imjovemewe at the Court U 40r a A House not the least of which is the newstyle cement flooring This is An entirely new process and is of the same standard as the wall plaster made by them and which has with stood all the big fires here during the 1 past few years 4s MADE GOOD James and Peter Outran Are I Building Up a Splendid Trade many months ago James and t I INot Curran both prominent and In Bowling Green social and business circles removed to Louis I ville purchasing Frank Leveronos place on Green street just below Fourth During this short space of time they have made a legion ot friends and now their cafe is one o the most popular in the central part o the city With this article we pre sent the picture of James the senior member of the firm who belongs to the Elks and several fraternal societies For years they were active in all Irish and Catholic affairs iin Bowling Green and it will not b t long until they are heard of in the same way here in Louisville Two weeks ago the Currans suffered j small loss from fire that started inf Kirbys store but they at once wen to work and are having their house made newer and better than before REPUBLICAN SPLIT LIKELY August 1 is the date for a notable State convention in Iowa which may split the Republican party Governor Cummins of the progressive element has upon the face of things enough delegates to secure a re nomination But the State Central Com mlttee is antiCummins and may in making up the credentials throw out enough Cummins delegates to give the nomination to some one else There are strong interests in the Re lowsa idea crushed It is disrespectful to the sacred tariff I BEST IN LIFE What are the things in life that are broadening and satisfying and what things tend to the nest interests of the happy homelife of humanity These are questions which every woman should ask herself and try to an swer for it is only by asking ourselves such questions honestly and answering them fearlessly that wo shall get at the truth of simple living and as a con sequence happiness Shall we ru after every new fad at the expense of health and happiness and peace ot mind Shall we regulate our lives by what people say and shall we try to be something we are not capable ot being do something we are not fitted to do or live as we are not able to live Or shall we determine to stamp our own simple individuality upon our lives and make them simple and lion est and satisfying to our best and highest ideals of what is really worth while t MORALITY IN IRELAND Morality is now playing a very Im portant part in warNo government now wants drinking men in her army or navy We are just learning that morality is a very prominent factor in political economy Marriage and the birth rate are now quotable in the great commercial exchanges John W Taylor professor of gynaecology In the Birmingham England university i and the foremost statistician of Great Britain In an article contributed to the Nlnetenth Century Magazine on the decline of births in England says of the morality ot the Irish people II that Irelands birth rate is the highest I in Europe Dr Taylor explains the morality of Ireland by remarking The fertility of Ireland seems to show the power of religious faith and practice in stemming the tide of luxurious selfishness and social suicide Ireland t is chiefly a Roman Catholic country and its birth rate in the main represents the true fertilly ot the country With a glorious tribute to Irelands morality published in the pages of an English magazine and written by one of Englands greatest professors of medicine is the honest true unpreju diced verdict of Dr Taylor Ireland with a birth rate the highest in Europe iI and with a people whose morality wins the admiration of all who honor purity of life adds another jewel to her crown of gloryeHer religion her loyal Catholicity keeps Erin from the social pin which Is sweping over England cursing France and gnawing Into the life of this country France says Dr Tay lor in his article has anticipated the rest of the world and has thus come near the consummation of its social felo de se Dr Taylor charges the lowering of the birth rate of the world not to the greater stress of modern life but as aconsequence of the greater desire for luxury1 I Womens Stylish Outer Garments I PRICED TO CLOSE OUT iWhite Cloth Dress SKirts the Latest Fancy They are made of handsome iquality lightweightbroadcloth and serge cut very full in nobby styles perfectly 0tailored These skirts were made to sell for Siooo and 1250j many i of them have been sold by us at special sales at 750 now at this sale Beautiful Shirt Waists IINo less than roo dozen handsome Lawn Shirt Waists go in this this at from onethird to onehalf less actualvalues makingo Colo newest fancy I Shirt Waists worth 125 and 101 150 Sale price I Shirt Waists worth 175 0 and 200 Sale price oShirt Waists worth 200 and 250 Sale price II SHOCKING FATALITY bfY Cramps and Drowned Wednesday Richard Corcoran the seventeen yearold son of Matt Corcoran and a shockinglyesudden death Wednesday afternoon Being an athlete and fond ot outdoor DanaIjWhallen and Lee Monahan started thetI canal at Eleventh street they decided to take a swim They enjoyed them selves for a time and then the unfor tunate lad tried to swim over to the old quarry When about half way across Corcoran was seen to throw Iup his hands and though his com panlons made every effort to reach I him he sank and was drowned Later the life savers recovered Corcorans body which was removed to the rest dente of his parents at 1721 West i Broadway The father mother and three brothers and four sisters were l prostrated when the sad newswneim parted to them and I of the city came expressions of sympathy Richard was a pupil of I the Manual Training High School and would have graduated next year The funeral took place yesterday morning from the Sacred Heart church Rev Patrick Walsh celebrating the solemn mass of requiem I MEANS NOTHING Absurdity of the Old Saw That Blood Will Tell II Among other old saws that sound onenblood will tell indicating that your man of good birth family culture etc can be depended on to carry him self through life as a gentleman and if he sins sin as a gentleman shouldI Theres nothing in itl Much of the bluest blood in every land has reached its unnatural hue through generations of debauchery scions of the oldest II houses are only too often kept from the consequences of their crimes by virtue of the influence exerted in their behalf and a prodigal expenditure ot money Take tho ThawWhite murder case just now engaging the at tention of two continents The mur derer Thaw comes of an old family with millions of money at is com mand He had every benefit of edu cation travel association with the high and mightynothing was lack Ing to enable him to be decent and become a leader among men what part did blue blood play in his career He led a life of dissipation married a chorus girl of doubtful reputation and In cold blood murdered a rival for his wifes affections White the murdered- I man as has come out since the shooting was a libertine beside whose de- bauchories the antics of a Sultan of Sulu are as a Sunday school picnic And yet White was also a descendant of one of the fine old American fami lies had everything that life could offer in way of gold and pleasure and incentive to be right What did blue blood do for this beastly Turk who should have been shot a hundred times Fie upon blue bloodI God and nature has decreed that blood should be red and the farther away in color the lifefluid gets from its ordained hue the surer do we find mental and physical decay May heaven have mercy upon a country that looks ta its blueblooded Harry K Thaws and Stanford Whites for pro foreignI ers usurpthe H TAKE THEIR VOWS Last Tuesday Mt Mount Saint Joseph College in Baltimore a large class of novices took the vows of the Xaverian Brothers Among the members were five young KentuckiansBrothers Fi dells R Thompson of this city Lean der J Shader of Bardstown Cletus B Clark ot West Louisville Simon G Drury of Big Cllfty and Lucien Miller y All will 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buccy oh r i 1v 11t iCiLIr+ rl It was the ever welcome voice orf my old friend Dan Lanigan theI brave old guide of the famous Dub mountains thataccostedme a r llinwended my way to his cabin Iseen Dan for more than s IlIadnot as approached him that twilight with a copy o f Plutarchs lives under my arm and some Goodbodys roll in m pocket I felt his mild rebuke keen- lyl I had promised to call on hi earlier in the week and bring him his tobacco but studios had pre prevented me from doing so Dan said Iin a mollifyingg tcne I could not come earlier You see I had so much to to down at Belvedere that I ha to remain almost all week But cm here now to make up for los- time latelyfusha s wanting to know bout the good people bless them but never min even if ye do be printin what I tell yc in the Dublin papers ye cant say I towld ye anything bad about them me bouchal It was true Dan would not tell a lie wilfully and he was a firm be liever in the fairies in his own sweet way Seeing him about to start up the fuel in his wellcolored dhudcen coaxing the draught with noisy inhalations of air between his roguish goodnatured lips I sug gested that ho tell me the latest FairylandGently me over to the shelter ofa fullblossonind hawthorn bush that the peasants said was planted by one of the kings of Ireland Dan bade me sit down I dilland he stretched himself alongside apparently enjoying his smoke When he had worked up a full head of steam he said between puffsWell sir wan day I was going down the trail leading to JJath mines in search of a bite that runs along on four legs before it is capture andready for the table when I saw as purty a little gintleman as ya iver laid eyes upon He was siooping to the little creek near Murphys well drinking the water from his tiny little hands Sure I started to go back the way I came before he could see me but the little ladd buck save us from harm saw me and sez he in n n voice that was like a threat Stopwhere ye are Dan Lanigan Dot t ye dare turn yer back on an lush gintleman D yo mind Well begorrys an I did mind sure enough an taking off me ould caubeen I bowed to him politely ur axed Tiis pardon in Irish He conic over to me and tould me to eit down near a big boulder out of reach of the suns rays an passing me a flaslik bout the size o Finn McCoolV mothers thimble towld me to drink to the best that was in Ireland An wjiat may that be sez I The fairies he said with a winkof his roguish eye I drank willingly an deeply for the flask seemed to hould more than it seemed an then I became drowsyJust as I felt myself going off into an elegant sleep the wee chap jumped astride me knee an sesho P ye want to hear a story Dan Lanigan about the country that gave ye birth Sure I do sez I give it to 111 e agra Then he said It was a long time ago in the ages past that a certain beautiful angel in heaven was seen by an archangel admiring her beautiful wings She was roundly scolded all condemned to shed a certain number of tears for her foolishness Now there are no tears permitted in heaven an the poor thing had to leave the holy city until she sled tears an made herself fit to again take her place among the good angels Yell have to go out across the westernsea she was tuld an roam around til you penance is complete So off she started through th- ptarly gates an across time waste o f witers til slid felt homesick an lonely for her own home She stopped about where tlteair was purest an the tears welled into her glorious eyes The experience was a new onto e her an she could not realize what was happening to her Then fcur large crystal tears fell from her eyes an rested on the waters below Before yo could say Jack Robinson the four crystals formed in n sort of a cross an made an island that was purer than anything that raven tim y angel had c crs cn before Trees an bushes sprang an beautifullyformdd people coul L bo seen roaming around tho island They looked somewhat sadfaced but still there was a look of jncrri r ent in their oyes that seemed to temper their sadness They were the pick of creation an they grey- bit att prospered looking dow at the result of her tears the angel1 snidLiro oh an flourish holy island of tears you have released me from my wanderings an I will1 repay you with gladness some day Tray you ever he pure an beauti ful fair tide of the sea i you wet e a M K 7y q4p r nN Pa I J T f J dTplr c fc horn of heaven an some rimyu viii return to your own Fare thee myttarsI I ILanigans pipe was cold and my time was up Looking him straight 1ihi the eye while he grasped my fingers in his iron grip ho said Never fear ma bouchal beg niRchree some day shell be known throughout the world as the Island of Smiles an not Tears THOUGHTSY anymobject may seem sue cissful today or tomorrow but they are 11 part of tho grand work that iis going on slowly but surely and no one of them can we afford to lose It always argues a base and coW secretlyd mansIcautioustspeaking o rsonsnamely the innocent the dead and the absent ourdgovernedllY momentsthope flattering us till the beating of the heart shall erase will this benign influence leave us No restlessness or discontent jan change your lot Others may have other circumstances surround ing them but here are yours You had better make up your mind to Youtcrn a midst of your present circum stances How ore we to get on with our living ifwe are continually drop ping into sloughs of bitter and often unjust reproach Every morning comes the light and a fresh chance of doing better Is it not the severest folly and ingrati hade to let yesterday spoil the God given today SHE HAD NOTICED Ho was talking to the pessimis tie sharptongucd damsclII Have you noticed ho asked t that as a rule bachelors are wealthier than married men repliedHow for it ho inquired The poor man marries and the rich one doesnt she answered A man is much more disposed to di vide nothing with a woman than he is to divide something you know HOUSEHOLD HINTS If you wish to paper whitewashed walls wash them in strong vinegar- A piece of butter TJC size of a pea dropped into the outmeal pot will keep it from boiling over A dash of vinegar and a clove of garlic in the water is a great improvement to boiled meat or fish When adding cream to a thick soup let the former be quite boiling as the result is far better than when it is added cold When washing flannels do not rub or wring them sop them up and down in good suds and the shrinkage will be very littleIt is a mistake to cook any meat in coldwater unless soup is to be made Cold water and slow boiling draw out all the juices Take care to cook fish well for it is not only unpalatable but unwholesome when undone and it should always be served hot for invalids- A piece of sheet zinc the size of a per sons hand placed an a glowing coal fire will so to speak vaporize and in so doing will remove all soot from the chimneyIf top sticks very tightly on a fruit jar when trying to remove it turn the jar upside down in hot water This treatment will usually cause it to come off quite easily Add half a dozen drops of turpentine to the blacklead when cleaning grates stir well and a good polish will be the result It also keeps stoves from rusting when not in use The use of magnesia in cleaning light satisfactoryrresults Rub the lump magnesia well oneover night Brush out carefully the next morning and Ilf not thoroughly clean apply the magnesia again and let it stand the same as before WATER CURES The best toilet preparation in the world is plainjhot water Here are some of the uses tojwhich it may be put Drink a bowl of it every night if you want good digestion good sleep and a clear com plexion Put a bag of it to your feet when you have a cold to your back when you have a headache or at the nape of the neck when you have a headache or can not sleep Bathe the eyes with It when they are inflamed Soak the feet in it when they are tired Soak the hands in facedwith it once a week for your complexion ONIONS Onions are almost the best nervine known NoCmedicine is so useful in- cases of nervous prostration and there quicklynrelieve and tone a 1Onions are useful in all cases of coughs colda and influenza in consumption insomnia hydrophobia scurvy gravel 1and kindred liver complaints Eaten every other day they soon have m clear leg audwbiteniDX effect ort the complex on j i Htrj i yr rlrt t f SOCIALISM Pertinent Remarks of Bishop Colton On OrowluR1 Ameri can Evil The Church Is the Guardian and Protector of Mans Liberties NO DISAPPROBATION FOR UNIONS Socialism is one of the growing evils of the country the late Mark Hanna recognized that before he died and declared that the Catholic church was the only force to combat it Members of the American hierarchy as well as the priests are fighting against this evil Thus far very few American Catholics have become imbued with the spirit of socialism yet lest it may infect the adherents of the Church her leaders are denouncing it with voice and pen One of the most recent articles on the subject is from the Right Rev Charles H Col ton Bishop of Buffalo In part he writesIt Is natural for a man when he is poor to wish to improve his condition and human sympathy urges his fellowmen to help him In general there is one or other of two ways which must be chosen by men to relieve humanjtnisery the one might be called the old way which has existed from the begining which has sprung from God the creator of all men teaching them to love and help one an other the otherjtnlght be called the new way which springs from society itself which exacts a community of interest and possessions recognizes no allegiance to any supreme being and holds no responsibility to other than itself The old wayhas for its leader and teacher the one Holy Roman Catholic tad Apostolic Church the new is led and taught by certain men who have for mulated ideas for the reconstruction of society and they and their followers are styled Socialists Both stand today on directly opposite platforms Religion and Irreligionor Christinity on the one side and Socialism on the other The Church proclaims mans right to possses private property as a right inb r cut to his nature upholds mans home and headship in the family recognizes Inequality in men as to skill health strength and the inequality of fortune growing out of these differences and jet by law of charity as children of the one Divine Creator and made equally for the eternal destiny the Church would have men live kindly and brotherly one to an other and make these accidental differ ence of no bar to their general love Socialism on the other hand would reduce all possession to a common own ership would break in on the sacredness of the family life and union by turning- its guardianship over to the State would reduce the iudlvidial man to one of a countless mass of men by leveling all differences and ordering all aims As It recognizes qo God it has no past no future bntonlylpne enslaving present Is it not a condition far worse than any that has ever existed and would not this remedy be worse than the disease it claims that it would cure Let the world keep to the old waylet men refuse to- be led by men and keep faithful to the leadership ofUodwhose voice is beard speaking through His Church in following the Church we are broughtEE Jim and one day shall be through her teaching and her sacraments Into His heavenly home The Church is the guardian and the protector of mans rights and liberties It holds that man has a right to possess land as a right inherent to his nature God gave Adam a partner Eve man has ai right to possess land on which to abide with his wife and children From the earth he is tojget his means of subs t eoce as the fruits of his toll he has not only the right towhat the land produces fbut he must own the lgnd itself for future use and pass it as an inheritance his tchildren for them to use for their andsustenance Civil law sustains Iin this and it is but applying needsIdivine law decrees which says to I thou shalt not covet thy twife nor his house nor his field anything that Isjhis What is said of the right to possess land can be equally maintained for the profits of toil from land or anything else The Church holds mans right to a sufficient return from his labor to enable him to live comfortably and deceutly and therefore forbids an employer either by withholding wages or reducing them by force or fraud from beingsufficient to enable him to procure a holding so that he may have home and means of sustenance or the equivalent thereof The employer must recognize that the man working for him is a man equally with himself that he should give him a fair and living wage To belittle ones workmen is to show ones self unworthy of esteem To underpay a laborer is to wrong society Itself of which the labor = Is an important part Where worklng men bind themselves together for tbe- Nke of protecting their Interests the Church has no words of disapprobation the only forbids them to resort to acts of violence against their fellowmen in person or in property and she wishes that the same right which they claim of uniting be allowed to those of their craft who do pot wish to join their union The Church would have Capital and Labor to live in peace as brothers of = the one great human family necessary tOe8ch other for the common good they should not be antagonistic but friendly It Is to the rich mans interest to have his capital in circulation it is to the poor mans to hive his work con time If ibis spirit of religion would inituste employer and employe the happiest relations would always prevail for if there would arise difference they pesceaudgood C it1 U to s helr HARPERI WHISKEY On Every Tongue Scientifically distilled naturally aged Best and safest for all uses I Sold by Leading Dealers Everywhere JOS HUBBUCH SR SEa 0 HUBBUCH JOHN A HUBBUCH Jos Hubbuch Sr Sons WALL PAPER CARPETS AND PICTURESTel Home 4300 1126 and 1128 W MARKET ST 1 J I J J J 11 J 1 J J J J J 1 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 n CHAS BOESWALD DEALER IN Groceries Meats anil vegetables Butter Eggs and Poultry Home Phone 3266 S E COR 16th and WALNUT tI I1t1I- r 1 1 1 TYAq TYV rT ryvA IIILPPJWHOLESALE r 3 Iron and Metals Boilers Engines Rails Blanks Pipes and All Kinds of Secondf jj Hand Machinery K 3 Camping Outfits Tents Tarpaulins 3 Fly and Horse Covers fe i COME AND SEE MEll H YARDS5l3 East Jefferson St 245 247 249 E Main StV 1 550 to 560 Franklin St 508 to 520 Fulton St 11- Local 4 and Long Distance Phones 2737 r OFFICE 513 AND 515 EAST MARKET ST Gwl wsa ATA A Tiw rpIIAlllltKRAFT Wholesale and Retail Dealer iu Fresh Beef Veal Mutton Dried Tongue Corn Dried and Spiced Beef IBOTH PHONES 794 i Stall No I I Kentucky Marketr tt Fifthf and Greenr Streets r H MMMMMt + Hear the Italian Orchestra Every Saturday Evening At STRUCKS CAFE Where You Get the Coolest Beer and Best Lunch in the City Home Phone 5733 N W COR SECOND AND GREEN t t THEO WALLERMANUFACTURER OF GENTS FINE SHOES S PINE REPAIRING A SPECIALTY 502 FIFTH AVE BET GREEN AND WALNUT HJWAGNERTIN SLATE AND GALVANIZED IRON WORKS SWCORNER 7TH AND ST CATHERINE S J c l r is YOB- l 1 NTUOKY IRISa ANI 4 t t t I I 01 I I I t t t tot GREAT SALE = OF R E XMATTRESSES WOOtt Sept 1 lWuzs ur a r suuv 1L IUIUaREX Guarantee MATTRESS The material in this InnerTufted Mattress is secured in position by 352 stitches and will retain its symmetrical form It is positively guaranteed not to become lumpy None genuine without our registered trade mark Chas A Fisher Co i This mattress is made in layers or Elastic Cotton Felt Smooth sur face no tufts visible Ticking is not punched full of holes No outside itufts to collect dirt and vermin Evenly elastic over entire surface Constructed on scientific principles by improved method t 4 IJAMES GREENEEAST MARKET STREET I t W4+++I +I +I t I++ H4 I t t I tN 1+ 1 LLLLLLLLLLL a sat T I f 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 I Inlof HANDSOME PREMIUMS WITH OUR NEW BLEND COFFEE 44plece Tea Set with 60 Ihs 100plece Dinner Set with 140 Ihs Rocking Chair with 50 Ibs I10plec Toilet Set with 60 Ibs Try a pound of this coffee at SO If you find It good recommend it to your friends and take their orders for a few pounds of it Every order you send in will be credited to you and when you have sent us orders for the required amount the premium will be delivered to you MUJLLOY COFFEE ROASTER 1 + Home Phone gad 1z1 V lUARKET UiJTREET t I J I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I lulu I I I I I I I I I I Jot I I I H I I I I IH SSSS86 stM TUB Gftas fl Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O SUIT EVERY TASTE 1 Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city B00 S1AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 W Jefierson Street tDo You Want to Save SIOO On a Piano THEN ATTEND OUR TEN DAYS SALE During this sale prices on every make Piano we handle will be cut goodand deep offering you a chance to secure High Grade Pianos at prices that will astonish you i We have no warehouse since ours burned Sunday to store the new pianos arriving daily We are crowded to the doors and must make room for those that are coming in This sale is bona fide in every respect and if you will come to our store and see what shape we are la for space you will raedily see that what we say is true I Visit the Most Beautiful Piano Store in the Country MONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO OSBSOOO FOURTH VENUE YOUR CREDIT IS GOOD BUY NOW PAY LATER Diamonds Watches and Jewelry on Easy Payments Diamond and Jewelry Credit Co 304 W 11dARI4113T STREET 1 I 111 I I I HIJII I I I I I 1 1 I I 1 II 1 1 1 MHHH1 1 1 I 11 H+I I I 11 THE NORTON COFFEE GO IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OP HIGH GRADE COFFEESt IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS rOffice Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main H t 11111 I H+ttN l 1+11111 I HIII I I I I H 11111 II III I 11 I I It H t t It+tH It runs wufJM C lidlP A- lfiKOIJ3 o AL345 West Green Street XJQtJOM 01GAX uU n pcocz I b 4 J U ono n I GIRLS OP IRELAND There are pretty scenes in Ireland From Wiclclowa magic vales To where the sweet meandering Moy Divides Tyrawleys dales There are flowrs all oer the meadows Theres honey in her trees But the pretty girls in Ireland Are fairer far than these There are charming scenes in Ireland Killarneys lakes and fells Her parks her woods her mountains Her deep romantic dells Fair Corks delightful river And then 0 sweet Adare But the charming gjrls of Ireland Are fifty times as fair There are noble scenes in Ireland Prom Mourne to proud Mulree Prom Corribs waves to Vartys stream All sparkling pure and free Oh crystal are her fountains That laugh by night and day But the bigbSouled girls of Ireland Are purer far than they on I i SOCIETY Z I John T Peatherstone spent ten days at Crab Orchard Springs Mrs G W ORourke has returned from a visit to Parkview Michael Moran has returned home after a visit to Cotbin Ky Miss Florence Barrett is spending a few weeks with friends at Jefferson town Miss Mary Flynn will return next week from a pleasant visit to Drennon Springs Miss Regina Kavanaugh has beenI spending the week with relatives in Georgetown Ind Miss Mary Flynn was among the num ber who were this week sojourning at Drennon springsII I Mrs Mary Murphy of Clifton is spending a few weeks with friends andII relatives in Ohio Miss Mayme Hagan has returned home from a pleasant visit to Miss Nettle Berry I in Hardin county Mrs T J Morgan who visited friends in South Louisville has returned to her home in Covington Miss Bessie Riordan is home after a pleasant visit to Miss Elizabeth Cunningham I at St Vincent Ky Mrs Thomas McNaughton and Miss I Nellie Mahlen of Jeffersonville are visit ing friends at BrandepburgI I Mrs Desmond McGill and son Gilbert of Bardstown are guests of Mrs J R Johnson of South Louisville Misses Gertrude and Loretta Langan have returned from a two weeks visit ojj Mrs J B Respess at Latonia Mrs Thomas Moran and daughter CitywhereMrs Thomas Moran and daughter Aleen of Crescent Hill have returned from a pleasant trip to Atlantic City Bernard Hagan is expected to return next week from New Haven where he visited hIs parents Mr and Mrs Walter Hagan Charles Duane and bride have returnedI from their wedding tour and are at homeI to their friends at 1928 West Walnut street Walter Higgins will return today from I Dayton Ohio where he has been spend ing his vacation as the guest of Edward Cowan Jr t Mr D J Gleeson of the J M Robin son Norton Company left Thursday to spend a much needed vacation at West Baden Springs Bert Brennan left the first of the week for Indianapolis to spend the national holiday as the guest of Dr and Mrs William B Hendricks Miss Mary Broderick of the High lands is the guest of the Misses Nellie and Minnie Bornbouser at Valley VltwI farm near Middletown Thomas ONeal the veteran police man and stationkeeper has not recovered from his attack of rheumatism which began six weeks ago Misses Catherine and Eleanor Cody have returned to St Louis after spend ing several weeks as the guests of Miss Della Cody and Mrs McTighe Lieut Thomas Fitzgibbons has returned to his post of duty after an absence of three weeks His many friends are congratulating him on his recovery Among the many charming visitors here during the summer are Misses May and Esther Galigar of St Louis who are the guests of Miss Catherine Davern Pref Ed Morbacb Sr and wife left Monday to spend the remainder of the summer with her son Ed Morbacb Jr at Centerport Long Island and New York Miss Ada Dillon a society favorite of the West End writes her friends that hs is enjoying a delightful visit to her brother in Milwaukee with whomshe will remain till August 1 Miss Margaret Mlnogne and her niece and nephew Miss Marie and John Riley of 1117 West Broadway are spending two weeks at Grayson Springs Eu route home they will visit Mrs C Mlnolue at Leitchfield Hugh Martin left Monday for his home ill Rochester after a pleasant visit of three weeks with his coaslns Joseph and I prank Higglas West Madieaa street 0 j nD1n I t t THE BEST CHANCE Youve had in years to save money on your clothes without sacrificing the qualityour monster Removal Sale now in progress These prices win give you an idea of the reductions incident to this sale 45 40 3750 and 35 Suits now 25 and22 suits now ew18 and 15 suits now 2500 1500 1000 U Off on Haberdashery collars and cuffs excepted JohnsonMorgan Go FOURTH AND JEFFERSON + I I I I He was so deligted with Kentucky that he will return this fall Mrs James T Shelly and children are visiting Mrs Shellvs mother in Hamil ton Ohio and Mr Shelly spent the Fourth there with them Dr J R Langan the retired and wealthy physician returned this week to his home lu the West End With his estimable wife he made a most enjoyable trip to his former home at Kankakee and on the way back spent several days visiting friends in Chicago Mrs John Fosse with her children left Monday to join her husband at Pittsburg where he has secured a responsible and renumerative position Before leaving Louisville Mr Posse was a member of the Louisville police force from which be resigned to go to the Smoky City Notable among the social events of the week was the reception and entertain ment given Thursday night by Miss Mary Ridge to a party of her friends and relatives at her home on East Broadway After the rendition of an excellent and artistic vocal and instrumental pro gramme a bounteous repast was enjoyed by the assembled guests Mrs John J Martin left Monday for her home in Rochester After a delight ful home comingrvlsit of three weeks with her sister Mrs William M Hig gins 1530 West Madison street and Mrs Thomas D Clines Seventeenth street During her visit Mrs Martin was entertained at receptions in her honor by Mrs William Osborne in South Louisville Mrs James Noonan and Mrs Mary Clines Michael Collins aged ninetyfour years and one of the most highly respected cit izens of the West End spent a quiet Fourth of July with friends at his home 2115 Griffiths avenue The old gentle man is a native of Ireland and was in timate with the Irish liberator Daniel OConnell He was also one of the Irish Americans who helped the Kentuckians to win in the Mexican war Despite his great age he is hale and hearty and an interesting conversationalist JInvitations will be issued next week to the marriage of Miss Anna C Morgan and William J Swift which will be sol emnized at the Dominican church July 25 at 4 oclock in the afternoon The brideelect is the interesting and popular daughter of Thomas F Morgan 942 Dntuesnil street and for several years a favorite with all with whom she associated Will Swift the groom is a son of John Swift and one of the best known L d N firemen running out of Louis ville After the honeymoon the happy couple will begin housekeeping in a cosy home that is being prepared for them I I MICHAEL THE ARCHANGEL St Michael the archangel is honored in the churchs calendar by two feast dayson May 8 land on September 29 He is honored above all the other angels because God himself has distinguished him above all others and because he is united with us by special bonds as the great protector of the universal church In every age in every clime great honor has been paid to him The numberless altars and churches dedicated to him the many confraternities bearing his name the various devotions practiced in his honor all give testimony to the love and confidence the church has ever enter tained for the glorious archangel And this unswerving confidence in St Michaels patronage is well founded For his extraordinary scanctlty places him near to the throne of God the source of every blessing his valor and power make him dreadful to the enemies of our salvation hIs love of God makes him ever ready to lead us wandering children back to the home of our affectioationate Rather 1 II BE ALERT Many young men miss their chance to rise in the world because they are not ready for the next step up when the opportunity cornea As long as we are satisfied with just enough knowledge or skill to perform the work in hand we shall never rise any higher Those who have fitted themselves for a sphere of larger usefulness by diligent study an careful preparation usually get the oppor tHHity sooner or later u l s IMPRESSIVE CEREMONIES Marked the Slxtteih Ann vcrsary of Rev Dean Follcr With impressive and brilliant cere monies the Rev Father B M Pallet the venerable pastor of St Marys church in New Albany celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of his entrance into the holy priesthood This rare and solemn observance was attended by many church dignitaries of Indiana and adjoining States together with at least a hundred visiting clergymen The services began with the Pontifical high mass the church being thronged to its utmost capacity and presenting a scene of brilliancy seldom seen the edi fice being ablaze with myriads of lights and tasteful decorations Bishop Chatard preached the sermon and an address was also delivered by Hon Alexander Dowl ing former Judge of the Indiana Supreme spokeduringBishop ODonaghue of Indianapolis and Rev Father Roell of Richmond for merly assistant rector All had kind words for the aged jubilorian who is almost idolized by the entire people of Southern Indiana The banquet that took place at St Edwards Hospital was a notable one and lasted several hours The programme prepared for the occa sion was participated in by Misses LulaIMay Kraft Louise Kannapel Edith Endris Mollie Weinmann and Mrs Charles gentle together with the full choir of St Marys church Prank Zoel ler was the director of the musical pro gramme Prof Matthis Merl acting as accompanist I sr tBADLY BURNED Mary Brady the little daughter of W J Brady the Seventhstreet plumber sustained painful injuries on the evening of the Fourth With her playmates she was celebrating with fireworks which severely burned her hands and face She was given prompt attention and it is not probable that any serious results will follow THEY WILL HELP i The Nonpareil Dancing Club will have charge of the dancing pavilion at Fan taine Ferry Park on July 14 the day set NewsboysHomebeen issued The Mackin Social Club will also assist and the Prestonia Club AmigoClubIt is intended in a way to be a reunion of the patrons and friends jf the Non 84pareHattractive musical = promisedJ FONTAINE PERRY PARK myriaddancerat Fontaine Ferry Park next week and at every performance half a dozen dances will be given each prettier than the one preceding it The Hopkins bill is a notable one and includes the best in dancing music comedy and vocalism A striking feature will be the Kinodrome pictures reproducing the attack on Fort duringhomecontinue the concerts in the park and next Friday night there will be another skating contest at the roller rink I HINTS ON STYLE Dotted materials are now fancied for childrens frocks Linen popularltyBands embroIderedfor checks and plaids to orhighembroidered orleathergilt or pearl buckles For coat and skirt or cloth or silkgowns girdles to match or In black oftheselilghinexcellent I and finish it is far ahead of its old madeInscoreSome nice little models for children tarletanpIqueandwhite pearl buttons clotheshamper pinkbowspaneled sides nurseryrhyznesPadded clothes hangers covered with pink or blue ribbon and produc tions in miniature of the pretty coat and bodice hangers made for women dressesthatrumpledFor stiffened beIngdrawnstitchIng ingShirrings whIleribbonringsareribbon and wayaregirdles with corded tucks a close 4secondquautystillBeautiful indeed was one with dull purple and pink flowers woven In thegold cloth abutterflyhammeredFrenoh moIrewasseam in the centre of the front The back rathersmallribbonsteeldofblacktuUe1 n BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE ffitfitHf McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky JD J QUTOMEALSTEELRANGES 9BANE WELL LOOK WELL LAITJWELU QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Best In The World 1 1Awarded first prize at the St Louis Worlds Fair QEHER SON 217 Market SI near Second COALIIU COAL 1 ZPocahontasSt Bernard Lump 300 Jellico and 4th Pool Pitts Lump 325 2d Pool Pittsburg Lump 35 Now is the time to buy Will be no cheaper this summer ST BERNARD MINING CO Both Phones 932 342 WEST MAIN STREETtPlease mention this advertisement when ordering coal t DR J T CHAWKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge t SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSESHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered othPheono= OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 1flOMOt9 W BROADWAY II II II Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 t It I It I J I III I I I II I I I I I I I 11111 I II I I III I I I I 1 I I I I I 1 1 1 I J I I II J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB f FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Carrlgs Short PurDlabee Notlc on 1531 W MARKET STREET HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EKST tIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking onsinesa of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT 111111111111 1111111 I+ i r THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 Jill calls promptly attended to day or night Car j ridges furnished for alt occasions i 1226 W MARKET ST lic O tIt rn t t I 11 J IJ I DANIEL JDOUGHERTY ITI Funeral Director and Embalmer Both Phones 2998 CtrrUflet J Furtbhri All OceulMi I All Call Iaa7 red Promptly Day orfKIht 1231 Wr Harks SitBet 12ft sad 13thf tt 1 t H n f eseJ r i t NTnOKY xiiii IERIOAN r I I Cooling Soothing Delicious Theres a tingle and tone to Fehrs Beer There is a char acteristic quality and flavor that places it in a class to itself There is keen enjoyment in its snap and sparkle and because ofits absolute purity it is refreshing invigorating and healthful Tis ideal for Family or Table useo acceptable and nutritious for old and young It is an aid to digestion and far better than Medicine for strengthening nerves and building tissue To get Pchr quality Fehr flavor and Fear purity one must get Fehr Beer Ifyour dealer cant supply you advise with us Well see that you get genuine FFX L BrewingFrank Coa Louisville Kentucky a of of the is so the by in s 3 In the fa the rich and nutty flavor of the tis t This flavor rich amber and the glor ious creamy all eye and dwell in ones It la a Beer with a Waat More that you can adopt for use with the feeling that it is the best It cause biliousness like beers with less age and care la the brew thereno purer bUr cant be- Dofit madc take get P F X L Keir icky t 11 1 i Air 1 A A tc t 41t t t tJh c j s a JLJ t SummerTime There is nothing so cooling as a glass of i those elements that give you Nerve and Force It is a liquid food that dispels the influence warm day Tis the ideal beverage stake rlsvIUe fn n wI Io it4 i If ji t 4it Ai i 1i xr U f ISparkle- s Own to the light Note tmrichamber color the clearness and absolute the merry little dancm1ing beads glint and 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singularly retained rarely delightful Ithe color sparkling snapping foam please the and palate pleasantly memory tasteOne home dont PurityWhy substitute Fehr Co iBttevffle iiyJI I gJLJ In The Old deliciously and refreshing beerThen purebeervitalizing Vigor lifegiving debit hating ofa fortheHot9euoaDont a- substitute Get FFXL Frank Brewing Co- Le Keatacky nU It Has Of 111 Holdup the m1purity Watch into perfection Frank lIB Louisville I Ideal where men grain the The being nature Gravel III Ihome and Aged rapid My Beera Frank Brewing Good Fehr A r i T a 3 rU J I hflET AMERIOANtJ L It rr u y tlt1TUGKY IRISH ftMERlGflN UfnwuununUf 7 rteted to tke Moral sad Social AdT nome t of all Irlafc A1nerloaaa 1i o KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS 1 BSCRlpt ION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 8utrd at the Lonlavllle PoslofJIcc elt SecoudCU Matter 1jltatl Cointnnlctllonitollie KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326 Weell Qrecn Simt TRADES UNEI COUNCIL I LO ISVILL KVSATURDAV JULY 7 1906 OUR BIRTHDAY YThe Kentucky Irish American celebrates its ninth anniversary to days1o its friends and patron it extends the heartiest con batt Itttions and confidently expects a Continuance of their support Starting a newspaper is a doubtful task You may win success or you may lose everything It iis uphill work nnd requires constant attention The newspaper man must be ever OH the alert Herccognizes no hoi lidnys and must necessarily curtail hip social pleasures The editor r must continually seek for news mid the editor of an Irish Cntlvoli paper must continually sift the rows he reacives It looks easy to the uninitiated but it is eryllnrd wofhe mistake mae hy i runny editors is Mint they try b please everybody The Kcntuck Irish American has pursued onc policy from the beginning Tob loyal to Church and State to fur ther the interests of Ireland to ndvertse Louisville and her institu and order tions to preserve law to boost rather than knock We feel that our efforts have been appreciated by the public Y ear after year our paper has beci welcomed in thousands of home and we hope that it will receive the support for many same generous years to come- MAKE AN EXAMPLE rA fair example of New York a society as it exists at the present city wn portrayed last week in thc PKtflicroTa roan of alleged scarle character Here is an excollcn opportunity says the Rocheste Citizen for the Gotham District Attorhey to teach goodfornothinj + curs that the tenderloin is not the tftandhwL of American society An ojxiijviple must be made of one cof thU gentry in order to put n stop to the devilish impression that a disreputable character with mme sap set the law at defiance ut his own swtct will If we have ju tic tar till ignorant felon and n ehiclx for the immoral sons of wealthy men there need to no astonish T nt at the wanton commission of cime by degenerates who have nO other aim in life than moral assassination Funny isnt it that a plea of insanity is never made for those society ulcers till they com Tit a felony District Attorney Jerome has in this case a great trtity to perform and should see tit that there is no delay in fixing the guilt and bringing to justice r all parties connected with the af fair that has brought so much dis grace upon New York City GENERALLY OBSERVED The observance of the Glorious Fourth was more general this year throughput the Southern States than since the Civil War The Spl 1srtlIllingcontinually and argues t well for the future prosperity of This great section of our country sectionalhere0 lines that divided the people pre J Jented progress and kept the South poor The best evidence of this is tbe found right hero in Louis 1ue where more and larger build jg and factories are being erected than in any city of its size in the United States It is the general opinion that our population will faoh near the half million mark vUhin the next ten years and that the changes for the better will surpass the hopes of the most sangtiine Kentuckiant SNOBBERY Ther wist be something rad ically Ww nJ with our War Depart meat w un a London tailor is int l redand paid 15Q per week t1 designi uniforms for American tldteNs rUorsr SYe U l httttdet t signers second to none in the worM mid American made clothes are the only clothes that fit A united pro lust ought to be made at once against this latest exhibition of snobbery FOR REVENUE ONLY The Most Rev Dr OConncl the new Auxiliary Archbishop of Boston voices the sentiments of all true American Catholics lIe idc dfres I believe no mere profes slop of faith is sufficient grounds for the election of any man to pub lie office and I believe also thnt no man who simply calls himself a Catholic should have from that chum alone any right to public office I believe that some men cull themselves Catholics at election time who have prncticall little right to that title Louis ville has hall some of these men who are Catholics only at electioi timeSHOULD BE ENCOURAGED The admirable discipline in our police and detective department iis bearing fruit Not only was Louis ville filled with strangers duriiij the spring meeting of the Louisville Jockey Club and almost over whelmed with guests during home coming week yet never a complaint was made of any robberies or pocketpicking during either 6f those periods Col Gunther Mojo Patrick Ridge and Capt Thomas Maher have rid the city of thieves confidence mon and cutthroats No city in the Union can boast of being so free from crime as Louis rifle This speaks well for the people at the head of the police and dectcctive departments and they ought to be encouraged to lcecpup the good work But for the welcome showers during the past few weeks tin treat bulk of our citizens would into been painful sufferers from lust and dirt The city officials should see that the streets where working people live are cleans nitre frequently and sprinkled Intend of continually laying off the street cleaning force in an attempt to save a few dollars would it not hi better to retire some of the expensive commissions during these hot months The members can gob the mountains and summer re arts while the poor man must re main here and suffer in idleness Infant mortality in England 1188 creased tremendously of late says Father Phelan and public p en as well as the medical pro fcFsion are at aloss to account for it John Burns blames drunker mothers for much of it while oth cn put the blame on canned meat and milk The number of mother who do not nurse ther infants now fur outnumbers those who do We lipve great respect for sterilized Pasteurized milks but if the babies were consulted they would prefer that they can flatten their lose against From the Catholic Union and rimes of Buffalo we gather All the same Sunday baseball i04 unlawful and everybody knows it says the Rochester PostEx ress There are ft whole lot of other things much worse than base ball which are unlawful and no one seems to worry overmuch Right you are 3Ir Editor Baseball is an innocent amusement Put the Udon murderers brothels and the carrying of concealed deadly weapons but let baseball alone A member of the Louisiana Legislature has introduced a bill pro iding that any person over twenty one years old who has not been convicted of a felony or misde meanor shall be permitted to carry revolver concealed on paying the Sheriff a fee of twentyfive dollars vcr annum and one one dollar fw ap badge This might wcwfc well in entucky W n 4 Jf is 4hthiaeugttbe English d a J o t rN II t l Cbinct will modify the provisiions of the Educational Bill so as to woke it acceptable to CathoHGs and Anglicans The presence of the Marquis of Ripan in the fAin istry is guarantee that the inter csts of the Catholic Church and the wishes of the Catholic hier arty will be treated with respect The Bryan tide has increased day by day until it is now of im Kionsc proportions and it would appear unless the unforeseen hap pens the great Nebraskan will have no opposition for the Demo antic nomination for the Prcs dency It would not be surprising if the third time were to bring 1 him the charm When the new divorce law wail under discussion in the House of Commons the main effort eemel to be directed towards uniformity in the three kingdoms whereupon Mr Redmond arose and said that the most civilized country in the wend which he hall the honor tto npresent had no divorce ands dc retl none The National Association of Bill Posters lies declared that after August 1 no more indecent bills will be handled by its members The members deserve the thanks ofrightminded people for their action The indecent poster and the immortal drama must go The Syracuse Catholic Sun declares that nearly half 1 the Carnegie hero medals this yrear were won by persons of Irish birth or descent After awhile perhaps we may change the cry that all ithe Irish are grafters to all the Irish me heroes THE REPUBLIC Thou too sail on 0 Ship of State Sail on 0 Union strong and great Humanity with nil its fears With nil the hopes of future years Is hanging breathless on thy fate l e know what Master laid thy keel What Workmen wrought thy ribs of steel Who made each mast and suil lUulrope What anvils rang what hammer beat In what a forge and what a heat Were shaped the anchors of tthy hope1 Fear not each sudden sound ana shock Tibi of the wave and not the rock Tis but the flapping of the sail And not a rent made by the gale In spite of rock and tempests roar Inspite of false lights on the shore Sail on nor fear to breast the sea 1 Our hearts our hopes are all with thee Our hearts our hopes our prayers our tears Our faith triumphant oer our fears Are all with theeare all with thee- Longfellow I CITY EXPANDS New Homes Are Being Built Along Various Car Llnes Louisville is growing a whole lot Ud each day sees her territory ex landing To gain some idea of the great change that is going on our jcople ought to take a ride on tin various interurban car lines und sce how homes are springing up mt toward Jeffersontown Pros icct Valley Station Oklatona an- otherin vicinities Work is now hin progress on an extension of the Valley Station line to Orel Eventually the road will go ns far as Vest Point Many business men- I1rt erecting summer homes on the calr lines and the prompt service makes the trip to and from Louis vje a pleasant one A merchant or professional man can leave the dusty city with its smokeladen at sphere and get to his summer home with sweet fresh air within anhourThe Railway Company iss planning to put on more cars to satisfy the increasing traffic and Lfcfcidea expects to spend 300000 on airbrake equipments and other safety appliances These improve ments are tending toward a greater ouisvillo and it will not be many ears before the entire State will Il brought in touch with file city bjmeans of trolley lines I FIRST SAVINGS BANK The first savings bank establish elin the United States was in hilndelphin which opened Dec 2 1816 It is said that the first deposit made in this bank was the ijmu ot three shillings handed over the counter hy a boy The bank was entitled The Savings Fund nciety of PhiladelphiaThcf- irstt bank of this kind established inNowYorkIai chartered Nov 255 1816 and went iinto business J jiy 3 1819 t Vvv v r n SARATOGA r II toII All Hibernian Roads Lead the Famous Summer- Resort I I IIGrandII leas IrIshII Clergy Will Join With Laity I in Celebrating Success RecentII REPRESENTEDI KENTUCKY WILL jie ffhe biennial National cone don of the Ancient Order oi Hibernians will be held at SaraItoga N Y July 17 18 anti gatherIingwomen for the National conven tion of the Ladies Auxiliary will convene in the same city and at tin same time Not only will delegated attend but there will be present many people of the Irish race who affiliate or admire the order tc see what the Hibernians are about Among those present will be Arch bishops Bishops and priests law yors mid doctors editors ami merchants mechanics and bank yrs On account of the great traf fie expected many of the railroads have made speciall rates for the prospective visitors State Presi dent Thomas Keenan Sr and Thomas Quinn President of the Jefferson County Board will rep event Louisville and Kentucky at the convention- In his call for the convention National President James E Dolan writes that the approaching gathering will be one of the most im Jll rtant in the history of the order The members in Saratoga have undo great plans for the entertain IM nt of the visitors so that there will be no lack of hospitality The Hibernians throughout the Empire State lire uniting with the people of Saratoga in arranging to welcome the guests All delegates hive been notfied to mail a copy of their credentials to the National Secretary in order that confusion may be avoided oh the opening day- If the assembly On Tucsdny morning July 17 nil will meet nt pontifical high iiirss which will be celebrated by the National Chaplain Most Rev Archbishop Fancyof New York In the afternooh there will be n grand street parade which will hp participated in various divisions of the order and uniformedsocieties Wednesday and Thursday will be taken up with business affairs of till order but on Thursday night II magnificent banquet will be tendered the delegates While reasonable rates have been secured from nil the Sarntogn kosjclries the headquarters for Hi borinns will be in the Grand Union Hotel said to be the largest in the world Since Saratoga is one of Americas most fashionable resorts ithns been suggested that delegates bring their full dress suits with them Many social functions have boon arranged for the delegates and other visitors during the tine Mint the convention is not in sos s5SQ11 One of he most important matters will be discussed during the c vention is that of setting the Into of the National convention lehind the State conventions or else moving the latter forward As it is now the National officers arc e acted by one set of officers from the various States and within n few months the various State offi IITP are desposed so that the Na- tIOnal officers rarely receive the benefit of those who elect them The National convention of the ladies Auxiliary will be held at the stuns time and in the saute city It members will be extended the slime social courtesies as are given thot Hibernians Several Louisville rdies have signifed their intention d attending the deliberations of tile National body The Hibernian convention this cm will be on a greater scale titan eer before The phenomenal rowth of the order since 1904 indicates that it has become rejuven ntcaand will continue to increase flT hail years to come I KIND WORDS I Kind words do not cost much They are quickly spoken They doI not blister the tongue that utters thun They never have to be repented of They do not keepus awake till midnight It is easy to utter them And oh how much iod they may dpi They do good to the person front whose lips they 1 fall Soft words will soften the 1 6 iuli They will smooth down the 1 ugh places in our natures Carejj to say= kindly things will drill ourII iiturea in kindness It willl helpcc pull up all the roots of passion It wn11 give us a spirit of selfcontrol It will make the conscience delicate imd the disposition gentle A wo Ilnt can not m ka a habit of r a- r LUPic J TAi 4Y TA C Ji OConnor Prest rat R gIU Siipt Delivery Dept J T Ginfgtily SefcTreas L AMERICAN ICE 111- 1jj V STORAGE f CO IINCORPORATED Distilled Water 11 Ice Manufacturers and Cold Storage 3 3 3 3CAPACITY E 3150 TONS DAILY Lj c- iOf HOME PHONE 297 cams PHONE AI 297 n N E Corner Pearl and Floyd Streets t1 LOUISVILLE KENTUCKY 0 r4T vas osuu MT KLOTZS PURl I6E GRflM augII speaking kind words without menting her own gracious temper But better will be their influence upon others IIf cold words freeze and bitter words niadden them so will kind words reproduce them selves and soothe and quiet and comfort the hearer They make nil the better elements of ones na ture come trooping to the surface They melt our stubbornness They arouse an appreciation of better things Let us say the kindly word No one can tell how many Burdened hearts may be relieved tow many discouraged souls may je inspired Say it every day to he one who disturbs you while you ire busy asing for work to the me who has almost lost hope to ill Remember kind words can lover die Sacrcc Heart Review t au Asparagus is the oldest known liknt used for food l I ctban 11li1fl11111111lfIIHIIAflIlRlptll1111fl111 Ilfll111IRlltl111I11G E6ERMANH DANKi = CAPITAL 250000 3 SURPLUS 400000 = E If INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS = I 1 FIFTH AND MARKET STREETS 1 Illlililliildlllll 111111111111111111111111111111 ifU1111U1i1IIiUiU1C Weflflino or Birthday Presents If you want anything in this line call and see our handsome line of DIAMONDS WATCHES v JEWELRY NOVELTIESCOMB- EpWND PHONE 1493Y J BRUNN Jewelery530 WEST MARKET STREET let the Habit of Sending Your Old finis to us WE WILL MAKE THEM NEW V National Hat Cleaning Works CON J KOLB P IRi I 545 W Market St f North 5iJe Above 6th ESTABLISHED 1897 HOME PHONE 51 61 i It 41 i s 1 if 11 IIflJIIJlIll11lJILU of Selecting a Place oflili ABSOLUTE SAFETY t for valuable papers and documents is obvious t Such a place we have for your accommodation at a very low yearly I rentalII 3 Per Year J I m X2V THE VAULT OF THE i Louisville National Banking Company III f t J I Ig OitJ 3HSSxxS eS4 4 S4 Frank A Menne Factory j a National Candy Company MANUFACTURERS OF EAGLE BRAND CONFECTIONS J- II WENZEL AND MAIN STS LOUISVILLE KY IW sxsx Sxs 3 sxo 4444 r r rE MERCHANTS LUNCH 10 TO 2 Lachat a Rremer9 CAFE HARRY HOFFMAN Mixologist 242 FIFTH STREET W 4 app WIRE AND IRON FENCES I fF GtJi t RfflffiIllftltlft ftltift jj WINDOW GUARDS SETTEES FLOWES STANDS POULTRY NETTING ETC V DOW WIRE AND IRON WORKS Office and Factory Franklin and Buchanan St Salesroom 730 W Market St r e ppOOO CLEANING PRESSING REPAIRING Dan J HennessyII Suits and Overcoats to Order CUMB PHONE MAIN 803a 234 W MAIN STREET I o Nic 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STATESMEN IBEMJHDBR THE ELM ICorydon only twentyone miles fiont Louisvill is one of the most beautiful ne time llas one of the most historic townmtl the Central West It is the old capital of the territory greatStatethat Louisville people do not be lovelylittleone of time most prospering farming sections in the southern part of the giving Sumo few Louisville men are inter eiled in Corydon but only a few Corydon was named by Gen William Henry Harrison the hero of Tippccanoe who owned the lend on which the first capital wasI built Gen Harrison who became the eleventh President of the Unit ed States entered this land in 1801 and Corydon was laid out seven years later It is the intention of the good people of the town to celebrate the centennial of th foundation of the town in June 1908 The occasion will be notable one and the Governor of tIll State and many of the Hoosier statesmen from the lake to the Olio will gather there It was from Corydon that a pi tition was sent to Congress that the Territory be admitted to the Union There were slaves in Indi Dna in those days strange as it may seem to people of this generation and the question of slavery or no slavery was an issue No slavery won It was here that the Consti ti tion and the first laws were made fo the government of the State which now cotains nearly 3000000 VI opleIn May 1816 delegates were elected to meet in convention at Corydon on the following June 10 to draw up a State Cnstitution During a session of nineteen days a Constitution was formed and it was a good one It now takes six months or a year for the wise ones to form new constitutions in tho several States and some of them are not as good as the old ones Under the old laws of Indiana for instance it tookan act of the Legislature to secure a divorce New vone can get a divorce in that State for cold feet The first Constitution was signed by John than Jennings who became the first Governor of Indiana He is buried at Charlestown where the State Bias erected a monument to his memory He was a sterling pa hot The constitutional conven tion held its sessions in the old Capitol but the weather beingvery wrni during most of the day most of time proceedings were transacted under the shade of a great elmI tree which still stands in the heart cf the town This tree is called the Constitutional Elm andIt fence has been built around it to protect it This venerable giant of the forest is sixteen feet in circum- fErence fifty feet hightand its brinches measure 124 feet across its boughs Near the tree is a fine cool spring of water which never goes dry Near the Constitutional Elm stands the first house erected in Corydon It was the home of Deniel C Lane the first Treasurer ot the State It is today the resi dence of C C Jordon The first Capitol of Indiana which is now owned and used as a County Courthouse still stands It is a very substantial building though nearly 100 years old It is fifty feet square built ol limestone which abounds in Harrison county The Indiana Legislature met in this building in 1825 Den nil Pennington constructed the building and some of his descen- dents still live in Corydon He was at one time Speaker of the House The Governors Mansion was a twostory brick building which was standing until a few years ago It was occupied by Jonathan Jennings and Thomas Posey the first Governors Governor Posey did not like Corydon and he removed his residence to Jeffersonville so that he could be near Louisville and this made the people of Cory don very angry It would make aryhody that loves Corydon angry to leave Uio dear old place It is a lovely quiet place to live Recently the town of Corydon has been putting on metropolitan airs It has a water works electric streetlights paved streets and looks good to the visitor Who may I ilr k t o COR ELEVENTH AND MAPLF I sojourn there The largest fair held in Southern Indiana is given every year at Corydon When she i gets into communication with Louisville by electric lines the traffic to this city from Harrison county promises to be great Several Louisville business men have recently iinvested there among them Mr F B Horstman who is interested in a fine packing plant which undertakes to slaughter all the meat produced in Harrison county The cold storage plant is companyhasmarketing many thousands of cattle i sheep and hogs every year I I FATHER OSHEA AND FATHER MCREA I Yo might search the worlds on 1sIBut yod find no such friends As Father OShea an lather I IcCrcajIVery caustic in wit Was Father OShea But as droll every bit j Was Father McCrea An 0 1 such a olloyo fun theIwere pokin The wan at the other as good as a play Wid their ready replies an theirI jokinWhen men Father lcCreaINow upon a March Sunday it came for to pass Good Father McCreli Preached a very fine sermon anI then afther Mass Met Father OShea c Twas si very appropriate sermon for Lent Ye delivered this minute For the season o fastin twas veryI well meant I could find no meat in it I Said Father OShea Then quick as the laughter that gleamed in his eye Good Father McCrea IJtiscd a finger o protest an made his reply To Father OShea Faith Ill have to be workin a miracle next To comply wid your wishes Dare you ask me for neat my dear sir when the text Was the loaves and the fishes Said Father McCrea Very caustic in wit Was Father OShea But as droll every bit Was Father McCrea Though yed search the worlds ends Ye would find no such friends As Father OShea an Father McCrea T A Daly LAUGH AND LIVE It has been aptly said that there is nct the remotest corner of thee inlet of the minute blood vessels 01 the human body that does not feel some wavelet from the con vulsions occasioned by good hearty laughter The life principle of the central man is shaken to its inner most depths sending new tides of lili and strength to tho surface thus materially tending to insure goad health to the persons who in Bulge therein The blood moves more rapidly and conveys a different impresion to all the organs of the body as it visits them on that particular mystic journey when the man is laughing from that convey ed at other times For this reason every good hearty laugh in which n person indulges tends to lengthen lls life conveying as it does new vitalfarce fytir Thomas McKean George Head George Taylor James Smith Thomas Lynch and Thomas Nel son Prominent in the war for inde pendence were the following Irish Generals John A Sullivan Walter Stewart William Maxwell Arthur Dillon Pierce Butler An tliony + Wayne Edward Hand George Rutherford John Stark Thomas Conway ad Enoch Poor While these were fighting on the land Commodore John Barry was lending his ships to victory on the seas He was backed up by Cap tins Jeremiah OBrien John Burke James Murphy James Mc Gee Benjamin Dunn John Sim mons and Patrick McNiel Again England tackled America in 1812 and during time three years of war that followed Irelands tons wcrltjl always to the fore hen Andrew Jackson who won the vicI tory at New Orleans was theson of Irish parents Other sons of theI Green Isle who took part in thatI eventful war are Gen John Brady Captains Brady and Blakcly while Commodore Charles Stewart the grandfather of the late illustrious Charles Stewart Parnell was scour ing the high seas in company with Copts Boyle and Stafford Three of the great heroes of the Mexican War were Irishmen Guns James Shields Stephen Watts Kearney and Robert Patter son Less than another generation brought the great Civil War Time nnd again Irishmen saved the na tion from disruption No man in American history holds a higher place than Gen Philip H Sheri den the son of Irish parents Be hind him were men like Gens t Philip Kearney John A Logan Ihonvas Francis Meagher Joseph A Mulligan George G Meade Bejamin F Butler Michael Cor coran H J Kilpatrick D B Birney J B McGruder and J B CVrr These are only a few of the many and thousands of Irelands sons both officers and privates who gave their lives for the preser vation of the Union In the SpanishAmerican War there were thousands of the Irish races both in the army and navy end all did their duty nobly As Michael Scanlan says Should ever the dreadoccasion come And war should glower above your home Lo At the rattle of your drum Theyre ready ere you need them1 I DFAVEY AND THE POWDER BOY Many stories have been written and told about Admiral Deweyand his heroic deed at Manila Bay but none show the kindness of heart of which this modern hero is capable as the following which has just come to light When the order was given to btrip for notion before the battle of Manilla Bay a powder boy on the flagship accidently dropped his cent overboard He asked permis sion to jump after it but was refused In spite of the refusal he dropped overboard recovered his coat was caught and arrested for disobedience of ordersa serious olfense in the navy especially under this commander The boy ivas brought before the Admiral who kindly but firmly demanded an explanation Breaking into tears the lad said the coat contained his mothers picture I and he couldr4 bear to see it lost For once lii Admiral relaxed in his discipline Release him he snideA boy who loves his mother enough to risk his lifo for her picture cannot bo kept under arrest in this fleet u Wheji you see a man overboard Hrucrgling for life crying for 1uilp- qon throw him a crowbar o 1I S 3 3 3 rp 8 = lHfVWVWWa y I11 JAMS ETEIf Jipi f II Curran Bros II CAFE a THEATRICAL HEADQUARTERS I rlvEAugALL 418 W GREEN STREET w= = = ar 1 = c sc I t FINE OPEN AND CLOSED ALL ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED + CARRIAGES TO HIRE TO DAY OR NIGHT t Henry Bosse Son Funeral Directors and Embalmers Telephone 10222 522 E GREEN STREET L R MOOSMANNSUCCESSOR Merchant Tailor1235 WEST MARKET STREET NADORFF BROS UNION BAR HonE PHONE 4o83 321 SECOND ST BET MARKET AND JEFERSON IH I J 1 IHH 1 J 111 1 1 II 11 J 1101 1 JOHN BARRYS SALOON FINE WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS HOME PHONE 3099 1Q4 EJASX MARIOEC11 ST 1 J1 I JJJ1JnI+l I I 11 1 C J DESSE 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Brick CD INCORPORATED EU1CdEl01urer of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS OfflM5M512WMinMSt Wurks MapiJla Aw Mml art Wtt TELEPHONE 973 TELEPHONK 12S2 I r I tt U OO 4 n VINES LIQUOOIGAI2r- 3MATT I GAGANS SALOON11oo iArMAIDS ST LOUISVILLE KY AN HOUR WITH MOTHER I One of the happiest memories of my little girlhood said a ma ture woman is of that hour be tween the dusk and the daylight when the night was beginning to lower when we all sat around my tellingistcries Sometimes mother told them to us often we children took turns and told them to each other Sometimes we had contests in mak ing original conundrums and little verses This was lots of fun But the nicest hours were when mother told girlhoodWe that dusky hour before our supper when school was over and lessons too for iu those days we knew our lesons theenight over them Ah then a mother could get close to her children Neither schools nor social duties nor fashionable dinners came between them I think the youngsters of this generation who have no childrens hour with moth er are to be vastly pitied PAYING BA K A New Jersey priest says No Catholic can make a valid confes payhiepay at once he must pledge himself to save up and pay as soon as possible Thus means that onlyon these conditions can the sinner be fiigiven by God That person is unworthy of absolution who neglects to keep his pledge to pay wjio refuses to pay any because he can not pay all who decides to leave the burden of restitution to his heirs It is better not to go to confession at all than to go with ui worthy dispositions God is not mocked Our pledges to the priest tire made to him as Christs ambas sador in the confessionaland are binding as if made to Christ Him self WHAT A WOMAN LIKES A woman likes to be truly loved and to be told so She likes some noble honorable man to be thoughtful of her kind and considerate of her welfare When well and becomingly dress ed a quiet notice of it is always ap preciatedA of praise for a nice din ner or supper often more than com pensates her for her worry and preparationShe not to be hr supporter but her companion remembering that it is the kind word that often brings far greater happiness than a new set of dishes though presents like the latter are always welcome She likes to be made to realize that she is good for something be sides a mere household drudge She likes to be petted occasion ally but not in public The little private pet names are very dear to a womans heart TOOK NO CHANCES An Irishman having obtained a situation as a diver listened very intently to the instructions as to the work he would be required to dosHe was told how io use the apparatus and as to the various signals to be given by the little h rope attached to the diving stiff when to lower to pull up etc Thi time came for his first descent am1l being properly clothed and the dif ftrent parts of the diving suit hav ing1 been adjusted he was loweredl in the water When he reached the bottom and all seemed to be going well those in the boat above were surprised to receive suddenly the signal to pull him up Fearing that something had gone wrong Il was hauled to the surface and th headpiece was removed To the inquiry as to the cause of his sudden signal to bepulled up he said in a disgusted manner I don want this job I dont take no job1 vlicrc I cant spit on me hands n WONDERS ABOUT SKIN FORES Each square inch of the human skin contains nd less than 3600 sweating tubes or perspiration pores Each of these tubes al though wonderfully minute iis about onefourth of an inch iin length Each of these sweat tubes may be likened to a tiny draintile We find that the average adult has about 2 000 square inches of skin on the surface of his body Each square inch of this outer cuticle iis as wo1 have said literally per meated with its 3500 quarter inch perspiration ditches If we could put each of these little tubes end to end we1 would find that they wouldextend distance of not less than 201166 feet Had you ever factthattHe ditches for draining the human body is almost forty miles t FORCED TO SWIM An employe working for an un chargefora wealthy Hebrew upon being ask ed by his employer as to how he succeeded said Oh purty well but But what the employer asked Well you see boss I want to ask you a question When we put putfltydo they do that for Oh they have a tradition that they must do that so the soul can pay the ferryage across the river replied the undertaker The inquirer answered Well tho poor fellow will have to swim this time WANTED NO INFECTION Father DolanVell Clancy I see yon are making your new house nice and smart Clancy It aint exactly that Reverence its this waythe last two couples as lived in this hero ctttage had twins So I says to my wife as how Id just take and whitewash the place so as there maynt be no infection You see sir wo gotten ten of em already1P DRIVE AWAY FLIES To drive away the common house fly prepare the following mixture Onehalf tablespoonful of black pepper one teaspoonful of brown sugar one teaspoonful of cream Place the mixture on a plate and set it in the room where the flies Ire buzzing and they will soon dis appear s M Eeadinees begets steadiness n U J KNIGHTSI OP COLUMBUS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Dunkirk Council bas presented a schol arship medal to St Marys Academy in that city Denver Knights will keep open house during the Elks convention beginning the week of July 16 Thus far the various councils of the order have contributed 29000 to the San Francisco sufferers I Bonne Terre and Mneblspien Councils Catho1lieI July 4- Buffalo onII Council balloted on a class ofI thirteen candidates at its last meeting one of whom was Big Chief Michael ReganThe annual midsummer outing of the Knights of Ohio will open next Monday at Cednr Point near Sandusky and con tinue during the week Phil Sheridan Council was institute- at St Louis last week with a class of fiftyfive Marquette and Desmet Coun cils conferred the degrees A class of 110 candidates was initiate- Into the first three degrees of the order at a joint initiation held by the two councils of Milwaukee last week The council at Dayton Ohio has se to work to increase its membership and Ifa sufficient number of applicants is receiveda great initiation will be held next Thanksgiving day Ivesdale Council one of the splendidl branches of the order in Illinois pre seated its Chaplain the Rev Father Charles Crowe with a purse of 250 when he left to make his home in Seattle WashThe law requires that every person on the rolls of the Knights of Columba- shall be a practical Catholic and it als n requires the Grand Knight to ascertai- if all have complied with the rules of the church There is no trouble on this score in Louisville Good of the Order the organ of ou Louisville Council has been receiving kindly mention in many of our texchanges With time it will move up and equal the bright and sprightly Five Hundred published by our friend Sweet man at Dayton Ohio Members of Louisville Council are eagerly looking forward to August 7 when the annual outing takes place These outings have always proved enjoy able and have come to be looked upon asI the great event of the year by the KnightsI and their lady friends councileI epochaledate lin the history of that body After three weeks of preparation the three first degrees were worthily and in a becoming nearlytsixty banquet lowed the ceremonies was served in the Armory Hall which was handsomely decorated for the occasion and was resplendent with the colors of the order interwoven with the national colors THE SELFISH GIRL Mabel put down your book and help me a few moments called a daughterMabel g co hear Presently her againYes said Mabel Illbe down in just a moment presentlyUIlPlease let me finish this chap ter called Mabel The mother did not answer but tired as she was she did the work alone Not being calledagain Mabel decided that tier mother did not want her and bent over her book with renewed interest She kept her room all morning and did not think of her mother and the work down stairs Mabel did not mean to be entirely selfish She did not understand how much her mother needed her help She thought only of Her own pleasure and was inclined to be cross and fretful if interfered with There are hundreds of such girls They do not mean do be wholly selfish no doubt they think they love their mothers but they love their own way alSo Girls God gives you but one mother See to it that you show your love for her in a way that waill gladden her heart and lighten her cares 1 t USES FOR SALT Salt used in sweeping carpets will keep out moths Salt and vinegar will remove stains from discolored teacups Salt in water is the best thing to clean willow ware and matting Salt thrown on soot which has fallen on the carpet will prevent stain Salt putt on ink when freshly spilled on the carpet will help in rmoving the spot Salt oh the fingers wfaen clean ing fowls meat will prevent slip lug Salt in the oven under baking tins will prevent their scorching ou the bottom Salt thrown on a coal fire when broiling steak will prevent blazing fftrai the dripping fat I OVERCOME INSOMNIA The fundamental cause of sleep lessness is worry or overfatigue In digestion often results and the blood is forced to the brain In this case the feet should be bathedJ in right hot water for a few I nr f minutes before retiring Some times however the wakefulness is from a directly opposite cause and in this case the feet should be elevated a little by resting them on a pillow and the head laid flat so forcing the blood to the head Massaging gently the temple and back of the neck is an excellent cure for nervousness and so soothed the pa titnt will soon drop off to sleep- S OPENING A BLISTER For opening a blister or a pimple if a pin has been thoroughly ster ilized it cannot poison the flesh One should hold it by a pair of scissors or forceps in a flame un til it has been made red hot Then it should be plunged into clean writer and be at once wiped with a clean rag Heat kills all germs Fire purifies absolutely I HE GOT HIS Corncoonsgarsdcnner on account mans habit of taking fruit and vegetables find selling them for his own use largedfamily he approached his employer the day before he left with the view of getting a character and testi ant other place He got the testimonial which read thus I hereby certify that my late head gardenner got more out of my garden during the time he was with me than any man I ever employed TOMORROW Longfellow tells us that we are so to act that each tomorrow finds us farther than today At first askingnif we do our best with every task if each lesson learned is as nearly perfect as we can make it if we- r strive to make all our thoughts and words kind and true then surely tomorrow has a good chance of be inn an ever better day Every day that does not find us stronger than the last one finds us weaker It is well for us to re member this Every good dayon the contrary holds a promise for another better one Let us be care ulnot to lose any day out of those that are given us in which to journey onward MILITARY JOKE A story of a readywitted com mercial traveler is told as follows Ho called at the office of a city firm and asked to see Mr He uas informed that Col was out Oh well can I see Mr Major is also out was the replyAhem said the traveler then perhaps I can see Mr Very sorry but Capt is attending a musketry class Disgusted the commercial man turned on his heel and was leaving ifrho would leave any message Oh he replied its of no con sequence but you might just say that Gen Miles looked in SMART RUSE As a train as approaching Shef field Pa a man seated in one ofI tho compartments noticed a lady looking troubled and asked her what was the matter Ive lost my ticket and they will charge me with fraud said the lady Oh never mind Ill work a dodge with the guard and he got his own ticket out off his pocket and tore the corner off and gave ladyWhen at Shef field time guard collected all the tickets but one Where is your ticket sir he asked of the gentleman youNo replied the guiird I shall Lave to call the station master When the station master arrived he said Where is you ticket young men I gave it to the guard See if he has a ticket with the corner torn off replied the sharp man On searching of course the guard found it Now said the young man see if this fits it as he gave him the corner of the ticket A look of surprise came over the gvards face and ho crept out of the carriage dumbfounded I Ma said a newspaper mans sen I know why editors call ttemselves wet Why Sos the man that doesnt like tbo article will think there are too irony people for him to tackle The clock has a strange way of telling different tales with the same face If it is telling one man to hurry up it tells the next man who looks that there is plenty of time During the past twelve months 203 snow bound travelers have been saved from death by the St Bernard dogs belonging to tho monks whose hospices are in the Alps 1 I All the new Summer styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices C J SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams BaconPork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Oreen Streets HENRY MOLD DEALER Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phone mo 540 W WALNUT HENRY AAIJII J I PULS DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone a6ja 528 Fifth Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 AXT GREEN SOP Home Phone 5987 B J JOHNSON Carpenter and BuilderJ- ob Work Promptly Attended To- C L ALLEN PoremaaIt2971 ALFORD AVENU- EHERRMANN BROS IldPOR1KRSfPINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal Kentucky PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street 15O t ROUND TRIP TO EVANSVILLE HENDERSON f OWENSBOROVIA HENDERSONROUTE SUNDAY JULY 15For full particulars ask agent L J IRWIN G P A a Old and Rare WJilskles a Specialty BLUEGRASSl f fEXCHANGEf 1 LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET HOUSEHOLD HINTS Breakfast bacon is said to be almost a cure for dyspepsia and is one of the best things a dyspeptic can cat- After cutting onions hold the knife and your fingers under run ning cold water This will quickly1tremove the onion juice which hot water would cause to stick growthinonce every week with lukewarm fewdrops v Piano keys can be cleaned as can any old ivory by being rubbed + with muslin dipped in alcohol If very yellow use a piece of flannel moistened with cologne watertsilkblousespiritswill add brightness to the silk and will make it more easy to iron nicely t- fi u F 1 t6NCUCKY JJ XSH RIC Have Your Prescription Filled In TORIC LENSESMo- unted with Southern Optical Co eye glass clamps They do not slip or irritate the nose Southern Optical Co- of Louisville Ky Inc- A Wholesale and Manufacturing Opticians Third and Chestnut Streets Sole manufacturers of the KRPTOK INVISIBIK BIFOCAL for Kentucky DONT WAIT but come at once and see the largest selection of 2 2FURNITURE r of all kinds in the city 1 r I Wm F Mayer 419 WEST MARKET ST No pains have been spared to have our plastering material the best in the mar ket A trial will prove our assertions trueAlso s operating Hoosiet Wall Plaster Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 650 Kentucky Wall Plaster Co BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook sad Rider Louisville Kv a PETER M INDRIOT I 8SONS WAGONN MAN fACIURfR8 Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET AW IDEAS VACATION TRIPTO Yellowstone Park r PERSONALLY CONDUCTED SPEND YOUR MONEY IN THIS COUNTRY ojITINERARV OF TRIP Denver Colorado Springs Cripple Creek Garden of the Gods Manitou PIKES PEAK Grand River Canon Royal Gorge Glenwood Springs Salt Lake City Ogden Salt Air Marshall Pass Black Canon and Oyj days in wonderful yYELLOWSTONE PARK COST OF TRIP Expense of an ordinary trip of this nay ture has been fully considered and min imized so as to be within easy reach of all Special sleepers will leave Louis villa on sight of July 25th For fill particulars write J H GAL LAGHER 1 C7 Barrett Ave Louisville r U n- O SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Mouth President John M hullo Vice President Thomas D dines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan Jr- Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh SergeantatArmsEdward Craddlck DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President William T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording SecretarYJoseph T Lynch Financial Secretary John T Keaney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice President John Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole manFinancial SecretaryDaniel J Dough ertyTreasurerGeorge J Butler Ser eantatArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sbeehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month Precident John A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli van 1620 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIViSION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentMichael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleasan VlcePresidentMichael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy JrFinancial SecretaryJohn Kinney Ser eant at arms Doorkeeper Eugene Constantine Banner Carrier Timothy Kinney MarshalJohn A Kennedy Y 3VI I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raidy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice PresidentD Oliver Pat tonRecording SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding Secretary Frank Lana banFinancial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber Marshal Jataes L Mullarkey Inside SentinelCharles Oswald Outside Sentinel Louis Kinsella SUDDEN DEATH Patrick Mortality fiftysix years old and well known in the eastern part of the city was stricken with heart dls ease Sunday evening and expired before any assistance could reach him The unfortunate man had spent the day with his wife at their home 743 East Main street and at 7 oclock left on his bicycle for the Fifth Avenue Hotel where he was employed as engineer When he reached Floyd and Market he was overcomo with a feel ing of illness and dismounted He sat on the curbstone for a tow moments and rested and then in an attempt to remount his wheel toppled over and expired Deceased was an efficient and trustworthy engineer and was held in high esteem by all who knew him a CLARENCE ZOOK RESIONS Members of Mackin Council regretted to receive this week the resigna tion of Clarence Zook who had served Ilong and faithfully as their representa- tIve on the Joint Committee and as Chairman of the Executive Committee Ben Sand one of the best known mem bers of the Council was the unani mous choice for the vacancies thus created eiBISHOP AND VISITOR The Right Rev Silas Francis Chatard Bishop of the dloceee of Indianapolis was a visitor in New Albany the first part of the week He was the guest of Father Curran and MOnday morn Ing celebrated mass at Holy Trinity church 0- w IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Corselet gowns seem to predominate above alt others While attending a funeral near Brosna James Murphv fell from a car and sus tamed serious injuries The members of the MitchelNorton Club at Newry made an interesting visit to John Martins grave at Donoughmore recentlyA successful ids was held at Tra lee The events included competitions in Irish literature history tinging instrunientaljmuslc and dancing John Mockler aged twentytwo years was drowned while bathing in a stream near Thurles The young man was a prominent figure in the hunting field The Government authorities and the Irish Commissioners of Intermediate Ed ucation are negotiating for the teachibg of the Gaelic language in Irish schools Eamonn B Duggan a prominent member of the Gaelic League in Lime rick and Secretary of the National Festival Committe there has acquired LimerickLeaderMichael has been elected to succeed Martin Riordan as Chairman of the Midleton Rural Council and the outgoing Chairman of the Board of Guardians was defeated by a lady President McKernan presided over the last meeting of the County Monaghan Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and congratulated his colleagues on the increase in divisions and membership The fishermen of Omeath have presented a petition to the Louth County Councilasking them to repair the pier at Ballyoonan as cargoes of potatoes or coal can not Ibe landed in its present state At a meeting of the Irish Industries Association held in Dublin a letter was received from Mrs Theodore Roosevelt wife of the President of the United States thanking the association for the Claddagh cloak presentedlher A great Nationalist demonstration was held at New Ross to raise funds for the completion of the 98 memorial The speakers included Sir Thomas Grattan Esmonde M P Peter French MP and IderiuamJCole At a meeting of the tenants on the Arnott estate in Bandon it was decided to invite the rEstates Commissioners to arbitrate betweentbem and the landlords with reference tothe dispute concerning the sale of the estate Charles McDowell aged twentytwo years a resident of Fanghart County Louth was drowned while bathing in the River Fane Hewas the eldest son of Richard McDowell and was decidedly popular in his vicinity Daniel Jordan a respected citizen of Aghabog County Louth is dead at an advanced ageHe was a quiet inoffensive man characteristic for his uprightness and honesty The funeral services were held at Killeevan chapel The parade with which Dr Douglas Hyde was welcomed in Dublin on his return from the UnitedState was enormous The principal streets were filled and the meeting crowded OConnell street from the Rotunda to Nelson Pillar James ODwyer aged 102 years has been granted outdoor relief by the Kilrusb Board of Guardians Until recently he has followed the occupation of a peddler He once carried 294 pounds of flour on his back a distance of ten miles with only one rest Gaelic Leaguers from different parts of Connacht assembled in Mayo and adopted resolutions condemning the new scheme of payment for the teaching of the Irish language in the national schools and directing the attention of the Hon John E Redmond and his colleagues to the matter Patrick Charles Doogan who repre seated East Tyrone in Parliament died in Dublin last week He was a prominent Nationalist and had represented his borough since 1895 The deceased was a welltodo farmer before entering Parliament He stood high in the councils of the Irish Parliamentary party The fifth annual Dundalk Fels was undoubletly the best held so far The most pleating feature of the affair was the large increase in competitions jnoe 0- n eJ o especially In the senior events Prizes were awarded for essays in Irish on Irish history for translation from English into Gee ic reading writing and the singing of Gaelic song- sFESTIVAL I AND BAZAR Mackln Council Arran9In9 For Celebration of Annl versaby A movement was inaugurated this week that will If carried out practi cally place Mnckln Council out of debt The thirteenth anniversary of this grand society occurs September 10 and It is proposed to observe the event with a double celebration For this purpose the Ways and Means t Committee has been Increased from five to twelve the new members being Messrs Ben Sand Mal Shaughnessy Peter Steinhaus Will Daly James Mullarkey Leo Ktnsclla and Charles Klehammer It Is the Intention to give a fall festival and bazar lasting a week the council preferring not to give any river or other excursion or picnic A great membership and initiatory contest will also bo started that will close on the day of the an niversary and for this there will like ly be a great treat for the winning side I RECENT DEATHS Thomas J Garrity aged twentyfour years son of Maria and the late John Garrlty died at the family residence 609 Twentysixth street His funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Cecilias church The funeral of Edwin Morthorst who died at his home In New Albany- on Saturday took place from St Marys Church on Monday The de ceased was nineteen years old and was the son of Joseph Morthorst He was held in high esteem by ell who knew him The funeral of Miss Corinne Boyd Esterle daughter of the late H T Esterle took place Wednesday morn Ing from St Philips Neris church Deceased was eighteen years old and her death has caused a feeling of deep- ssorrow now among her wide circle of friends Last Sunday morning death entered and made desolate the happy home of Mr and Mrs John W Fleming 2317 West Walnut street by taking from them their beloved infant son Arthur The funeral was held Monday afternoon and was attended by many who came to share the sorrow of the bereaved parents Michael Ryan the veteran steamboat c man and a well known resident of this city for many years died Satur day night at his home 140 Fourth avenue after a short illness His wife who was a sister of officer Mike Cross died four years ago but three children are left to mournhTfloss The funeral took place from Cathedral on Mon day morning and was largely attended After a long illness borne with Christian fortitude Mrs Catherine Moore was released from hear earthly suffering at an early hour Sunday morning Mrs Moore was seventy years of age and had lived in Louis yule since she was a child She was the wife of John Moore for years with the L A Railroad Company and wth him lived at 2437 W Chestnut street Her funeral took place Tues day morning from St Charles church of which she was one of the first mem bers Rev Father Raffo being the celebrant of the mas of requlef and preaching a feeling sermon on the life of the deceased I t ORPHANS FOURTH Archbishop Moeller and Mayor Dempsey attended the Fourth of July l reunion and celebration of Cincinnati orphans at St Josephs Orphanage Park at Cumminsvllle where they were greeted by the full regiment of the Knights of St John the orphan children and an assemblage of 10000 people The great green park bore the aspect of a white city with its tents of all sizes and gorgeous decora tions Gen Michael Ryan was officer of the day with 400 prominent citi zens of all denominations as aides t a DONE TO REST The parish of St Louis Bertrand lost another of its most respected and devout members this week by the death of Mrs Anna OKeefe who for years resided on West St Catherine street She was a kind an indulgent mother and will be greatly missed by the four sons and two daughters who survive her The funeral took place Wednesday morning from the Domin ican church and was largely attended t ELECTED OFFICERS The national convention of the Knights of St John was brought to a close Thursday when the following Supreme Officers were elected PresidentPeter P Septlg Shelby vllle IndsSecretaryC W Wallace Colum bus Ohio HomboeratCovington saT- OO FEW PEERS It has Just been discovered that the House of Lords Is being operated on an illegal basis The act of union with Ireland provides that there shall never be less than 100 Irish peers In the House of Lords There are only ninetytwo at present and there have been less than 100 for twetny years t t DOING NOBLE WORK Father Fitzgerald Is working zeal ously for the erection of his new church at Highland Park which It Is hoped will be completed this fall His congregation 4s small therefore all who can should assist this worthy priest In his noble work I itj GIVE US YOUR ORDER t 1I1 I 1 Kentucky Irish AmericaOFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekDeneral- News Notes Division 3 obligated another member Monday night- A new and thriving division has been organized at Saratoga Springs- N yDivision 1 meets Tuesday night and President Mulloy requests the presence of all the members Edward McDonald and David Mur phy who have been 111 were reported almost entirely recovered There was no meeting of the Auxll lary Wednesday night the ladles pre erring to celebrate the Fourth in a more patriotic manner Denny Coleman makes a splendid secretary His friends would like to see him promoted to the desk of the County or State Board The members of the order at Sioux City Iowa have prepared to hold memorial services out of respect to the late Michael Dorltt Members of Division 3 were put in good humor this week when it became known that there was something over 1000 in the treasury The report of National Secretary James T Carroll will show that the order has Increased from 160000 to 198000 In the last two years Hibernians are glaa to see their old friend and associate Tim Lyons able to be out on the streets fully recover ed from the painful burns he sustained some time ago All those who have tickets for the Fontaine Ferry outing are requeste- to make returns at once When they have done this a final and complete report can be made President John Murphy wyi have some interesting information for the members of Division 4 next Wednes day night and for this reason there should bo a good attendance The Iowa Biennial Convention be held at Emmetsburg August 22 an 23 The A O H Dramatic Club o that town will give a performance in honor of the visiting delegates- In order to encourage the study of Irish history the Hibernians of At lantic City have offered prizes of 1510 and 5 for the first second and third best essays on the life of Daniel OConnellNational Director Butler told the members Monday night of the wonder ful gains made by the order during the past year The Increase In Louis ville was not what it ehould have been but the balance of Kentucky did fairly wellOne of the best talks heard at a meeting for some time was made on Monday night to the members of Di vision 3 by Officer Patrick Mullen His long experience and knowledge enable him to give Instruction to new members that makes them firm adherents of the order John Hcsslon Chlarman of the Lit erary Committee of Division 3 an nounced Monday night that there would bo no steal sessions during the summer months but that his col leagues would arrange a blowout for September that would surprise even the oldest Hibernian Our State Convention will be held in Paris two months hence and It has been suggested that the Louisville dl visions take advantage of the occasion to run an excursion to Lexington and the Bourbon county capitol There is no doubt but that a great crowd would accompany the local delegates and make the trip a memorable one t HOME TO STAY P J Noone a former well known resi dent of the West End but for the past two years living in San Francisco and there during the awful earthquake has beturned to Louisville to stay Noone was in the center of the stricken district and his experience were many and amazing I Ia SIMPLICITY Simplicity is the crowning Jewel of all virtues Great messages great truths great discoveries and great events are ever simple in their elements Simplicity makes the great nobler and lifts the obscure to places of eminence It is the bright charm of innocent childhood and the radiant gem of the old and learned J In I C K of ALife insurance does not mean so much a large sum in case of death as it Iis a genuine satisfaction dur theCand happy days Should the worst come willbeKnights of America Write to President Felix Gaudin New AnthonyMatre StLoafsl 0 iiidTT I FONTAINEFERRARHI THE PART DKAUTIFUI WEEK OF JULY 8 The Famous and Beautiful Myriad Dancer PAPINTA JnInepresenting motion picture of Attack on nooses COOKS BAND Two Pree Concerts Daily at 2 and 730 oclock NEW ROLLER RINK Daily Sessions at 230 and 8 p m 30AMUSEMENT DEVICES30 Something new added every week ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children Accompanied by Parents Free PHOENIX HILL PARK Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Parties or societies should consult the mana ger of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts KATIE AGUES SMITH Independent of all Undertakers LADY EHBALMER child dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home I phone 1677 Office 2405 Payne St FIRST COMMUNION And so my darling you will kneel today holydaltarfAnd I will pray as only mothers pray That He will never let your foot steps falter But always stay with thee It seems a little while since first you layWithin my arms and nestled oh so tender And brought the JoyVhlch but a first born brings Still far more joyful dear If youll surrender Your heart and soul today Forgetting even me And I will throw all wordly care aside And think of nothing save the Quest we cherish And He will see my heart and know I tried To keep you from the love of things that perish For those that last for His dear sake And Hell remember Oh may He guldo and bless and keep you dear And give you strength to battle with lifes sorrow And when your last Communion Day draws near Your trust in Him will lead to glad tomorrow Where love and joy and gladness will await thee Beyond the skies I ORIGIN OF THE STOVE The most Important uses of fire were taught by fire itself As the primitive man stood near the flames of the burning tree and felt their pleasant glow he learned that fire may add to bodily comfort and when the flames swept through a forest and overtook a deer and baked it he learned that fire might be used to Improve the quality of his food The hint was not lost He took a burning torch to his cave or hut and kindled him a fire on his floor of earth His dwelling filled with smoke but he could endure the discomfort for the sake of the fires warmth and for tho sake of the tooth someness of the cooked meats After a time a hole was made In the roof of the hut here was the first stove The primitive stove was the entire houso the floor was the fireplace and the hole in the roof was the chimney The word stove originally meant a heated room So that if wo should say that at first people lived in their stoves we would say that which Is literally true LOTIONFOR TIRED EYES Lotion for weak tired or inflamed eyes Fifteen drops of spirits of cast phor one teaspoonful of powdered boric acid twothirds of a cup of boiling water Cool strain through mus lin and apply several times a day with an eyecup Dont wear spotted veils and never read in a dim light Bad eyes are usually the result of abuse or neglect J an 0t 2L I When on the i6Wagoo try a bottle of Coca= Cola Then youll understand At all good Bars Groceries and Stands Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNIONI Lf LRfAM LOt MANUFACTURERS OP I PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than o tors 627633 EIGHTH ST ft H SUNDAYS5T06 DONT YOU WANT Good Denial work done for the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH VENUEOppJIO C Lewis Co WALL PAPER Will furnish good paper neat pat terns and paper 15foot rooms sides and ceilings for 360 smaller rooms in proportion j selection front 35 patterns all colors 0 and 18Inch bordersR CULLED Seventh and Oak Home Phone 6225 Cum south 2383z CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jillmon St Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed PRIVATE HOSPITAX FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS JeffersonvilleIndfor the care and treatment of insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA HERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelfersoavllte M Give your boys an education that will pr Mrt them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 12 WJBroadwny Louisville Ky trSdenllScandaulnessCou ntorypart1BqulGymuaiuma Y d1- r y u Fl1 K NTUOKY IRISH AttIERIOAN A PIANO STORE Is PN When you come into our store you can rest assured that our treatment will be fair in every respect If you do not know anything about a piano we willI give you the benefit of our long experience in helping you select one Our reputation for fair dealing is such that a child can buy a piano from us with the knowledge that they will not be taken advantage of = 1 DOES NOT THIS OF FAIR APPEAL TO YOU When you fiat reedy to purchase Piano come in to see us ask about a Piano that you do not know we will gladly give you the information in regard to Pianos that you wish Look at the Line of Pianos we carry We leave it to your good judgment and ask you is this not an array of Piano makes that is celebrated for highgrade Piano building Come in and give us a chance to explain the points of superiority contained in each III Chickering Son Mason Hamlin Decker Son Hazelton 11 J Haines Bros Sterling Duffiana Armstrong Foster Co 4 Schubert Marchall Mendell Sohmer=CedIian Piano N 7 9 Farrand=Cecilian Piano Cecilian Piano Player IPAYMENTS ON ANY OF OUR LINE CAN BE ARRANGED TO SUIT PUR- CHASERMONTENEGRORIEHM fIliI I III II 7 7 807 ggjStlV I flo Crlv E11Ml 11- i 11l11111 L PIANOSf NEW UPRIGHT PIANOS 3 I 175 I w Atd upward upon payments of onlyro cash and 5 = Iui monthly No greater opportunity was ever offered the = purchasing public Before buying from an agent or = pE iin the high rent district call and see these beautiful =pianos = P M TILLERJ y+ SIXTH AND WALNUT 3 U UUUUUUU1U1U UUUUUUU1U1UUUUUU1111U UllUl111U ErM J WALSH1 o CONTRACTING PAINTER nJ tOMSOUTH tzgISJ9J4DHA1W T ETI u o 1 DESERVED SUCCESS S Energy and Business Integrity Bring Reward to Horstman BnII Twenty years ago there landed In this city a young emigrant from Laer Germany without friendsfOr ac quaintances here but determined to make his mark In the now world This young man was F B Horstman who today Is one of our leading and most Influential Catholic business men For seven years he worked his way and saved his earnings winning the confidence and esteem of his em ployers and all with whom he had any dealings In 1893 the young emigrant engaged in business for himself and some time later moved to his present quarters at Fifth and Green streets where he has built up an Immense trade In the fancy grocery and liquor business Imbued with the American spirit Ben as his friends call him became a member of the Commercial Club and Interested in Louisvilles growth and prosperity and branching out Is now VicePresident of the Elmer Davis Packing Company of Corydon a most promising Indiana corporation Associated with him at Fifth and Green are Theodore Schult bets and Henry Lepplng two young men well known in Catholic society who are following close in the footsteps of their employer Mr Horstman Is popular with Irish Ameri cans and a stanch supporter of this paper and it Is for this reason we present his pleasing picture to our readers I I MCABB GETS THERE The legion of friends of Col Thomas McCabe Louisvilles Commercial Agent for the Illinois Central have been songratulatlng him this week upon his election as President of the National Association ot Traveling Freight Agents That body last week held Its annual meeting at Point Ohio y A- and after the reading of an Interesting paper by the Louisville man the high I honor waS conferred on him by a I unanimous vote Col McCabe Is con sldered ono of the most capable freight men In tlje South Years ago he came to Louisville from Western New York but his children are all Kentuckians and are rejoiced over the recognition given him In SILVER HILLS Breathing Spot For the Falls Cities Grows In Pub lie Favor Silver Hills on the Indiana knobs the new breathing spot for the people of the three Falls Cities continue to grow in public favor and judging from the large number of dally visitors and the enconiums of the public they bid fair to become the most popu lar resort bordering the Ohio river The large and many picnic grounds which are found there are admirably situated for picnic and basket parties at the same time affording every fa cility for enjoying the varied and beautiful scenery that the knobs offer at this The ride from Louisville across the bridge to Jeffersonville through a beautiful stretch of country to New Albany and up the hills and past the water works is a delightful one and may be made for the small fare of fifteen cents Cars leave Third and Market streets every fifteen min utes during the day and evening Those who would spend a really pleas ant day In the fresh and invigorating air will find Silver Hills an ideal place I TRUANT OFFICER Thomas K HInes who made an ex cellent official during the scholastic year Just closed was reelected Truant Officer at the meeting of the School j Board held Monday night Officer HInes has used splendid judgment and has brought large numbers of children Into tho schools IlL DANGER PASSED James Kennedy son of Patrick Ken 1 edy suffered a painful accident last 4 week He stepped on a rusty nail anil 1 for several days was in imminent dan j ger blood poisoning This has been averted however and next week he I will be out again as usual I I RETURNS TO BACONS i The many Mends and patrons of Jjj Bacon Son will be pleased to learnII that Thomas Ftlbura is again connected t with that well known house I He has resumed his former position as floor manager which he fills with j the greatest alacrity Owing to histt pleasing address and ever readiness to accommodate the ladles Tom Is j spoken of among the gentler sex as the young man possessing the klLvP1jj smile that woat corns I oRry G y t l S wf ws y r r v rfyl li I l Ui Jli Jl 1 l lt ix tM iWw M 3 KM M itt M jma That Does What Right ASSURANCE TREATMENT a all all in 62863O FOURTH AVENUEiw 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111114111 circles Ceder season thence of HENRY A J PULS German Amerlcan Who Has Been Crowned With Success Louisville has many industries of which our people feel proud but one which gives special satisfaction is the establishment of Henry A J Puls at 528 Fifth street almost opposite the Cathedral where ladles and gentle men have their wearing apparel renovated and made almost new Fifteen years ago Mr Puls began the business In this city and so satisfactory was tuqeh taloolfylhsrkwsh rdlutaolnarol the quality of his work that success cmiled on him from the beginning Five years ago he erected and fitted up with all the latest Improvements and apllcances the commodious build ing In which he now employs a large force Mr Puls has made a special art of dyeing cleaning and pressing silks and the finer goods which are sent him from adjoining States as well as Kentucky but at the same time he pays special attention to all kinds of wearing apparel and all orders left with hIm are sure to receive careful and prompt attention In addition to his Fifth street establishment Mr Pub Is Interested In various local en terprises and the advancement of Lou isville J n VISITS THE HUMBLE A touching Incident of the visit of Cardinal Gibbons to Norfolk and one little likely to be known as it was entirely in keeping with the modest character of the man occurred during his brief stay On James street there Is a little convent of Franciscan Sis tars whose lives and labors are en tirely devoted to work among the colored population practically unknown to the community To this obscure and humble home this great prince of the Catholic Church amidst the joy ful celebration of the golden jubilee ot St Vincents hospital and amidst the many demands upon hU time by the city and the officials of the Jamestown Exposition Company found time to visit the convent and by his press ence there and kindly words gave new encouragement to the little band of devoted workers1 j 11 lforliXt ilforsI LOUISVILLE VARNISH CO HOME PHONE 6421 CUM MAIN 661A y tlALLI Harry SA Furl ng PLUMBING GAS PITTING y AND SEWERAGE 420 FIFTH STREET SSB225SMiSC AJJYAIIfIIJJ Wui L F STEINER a MANUFACTURER OF Carriages Buggies and Wagons g PRACTICAL HORSESHOER All kinds of Rubber Tires furnished and set at reasonable price anadose on short notice 319 321 325 sad 326 NINTH STREET Honi PhItMarti amUtftratii 0 J IJ SECTION TWO SECTIOPANGFSTWOAMERIcAN y FOUR PAGES t VOLUME YVI4NO 1 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY 7 1906 PRICE FIVE CKNUS CELEBRITIES In Every Walk of Life Draws From the Irish Race Poets Painter Sculptors Edli ors Publicists and Musicians Proud of Erin National and State Judiciary in Many Instances Are Irish 1t TALL SOLDIERS AND CLERGY Occasionally you will hear some one foolish enough to inquire Did Ireland ever produce any celebrated men other than soldiers and priests Why the question can be answered readily Right here in America we have men of Irish birth and parentage adorning every walk of life We have IrishAmeri can orators editors publishers ed ucators politicians artists physicians lawyers musicians and so on adinfinitumTake at the roll of Irish American writers of the past and e present Capt Mayne Reid the icol of American boys and a veter an BoyleReillyDonnelly the most versatile and pmeturj ue public man of his day ir Minnesota Edwin Laurence Godkin editor of the New York livening Post Henry W Grady ed itor of the Atlanta Constitution Patrick Walsh who was editor of thE Augusta Chronicle and repre sented Georgia in the United Slates Senate and Joseph Medill ft under of the Chicago Tribune Among those still living and lighting for the cause of morality arc James Jeffrey Roche former editor of the Boston Pilot and now Josephjrp William M Laffan proprietor of ihtfewyork Siyij George T Olio ser of the Pittsburg Gazette Eu PittsburgDispatclr who won fame by his fight against yellow fever in the South Patrick Ford founder and editor of the Irish World and list but by no Pineryfirmer zen These are only a few of the TTiany An artist of Irish descent Thomas Crawford father and mother both born in Ireland chis cied the Goddess of Liberty on the Washingtonhisa Augusttrhas used his chisel to enrich the sculptural stores of many American dies Edward Gay the artist has held a foremost rank among New York artiste for forty years Victor Herbert musician orchestra leader and composer was born and bred in Dublin He is proud of it too It is hardly necessary to remind any American that Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore was a native of Ireland And in the drama there is Ada Rehan James ONeil and toe elder John Drew to say noth evercopularAmong the Irish who have attn ned prominence in politics one ther111i ever had Charles OConnor vho overthrew the Tweed Ring in Nov York In our own day we live Mayor Dunne of Chicago Mayor Fagan of Jersey City District Attorney Moran of Boston and Hugh McCaffrey of Mayor PhiladelphiaIn that Patrick A Collins who died while Mayor of Boston was the most popular Irishman that ever lived in New England- In the present Congress there are dozens of men of Irish descent t but only three natives of Erin r They are Senator Thomas M Pat terson of Colorado Congressman Buurke Cockran and Bernard S Rodney Delegate from New Mex k ico Father Theobald Mathew wielded y u great interest in American af fairs since he persuaded 600000 Americans to sign the pledge Nine Justices sit supreme over all Amer scan Courts and toof them I Judge Edward D White and Judge Joseph McKenua are of r Irish descent In the State Sup mo Courts the Irish Judges we almost too numer ew to mention TaVo them in New York where five are of National I y I NATIONAL BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF THE ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS I prominence Martin J Keogh Morgan J OBrien James Fitzger ji George C Barrett and Victor J Dowling By the way John T McDonogh Chief Justice of the Plillippine Islands is a Cork man Among our American educators wt find the Irish not slow Robert Ellis Thompson of the Central fHigh School in Philadelphia is an Irishman and an associate editor of the Irish World Maurice F Egan of the Catholic University in Wash ington and James McMahon of Cornell are Irishmen and William H Muxtii ell for the past eight years head of the public school sys Um of New York is a Dublin man Now where are the Irish behind in any walk of life BRAINS AND BRAWN OF Irish People Have ContrlJ buted to Americas Progress Gov Robert Taylor of Tennes see formerly called Fiddling Rob who has chosen by the peo ple to represent his State in the United States Senate for the years 1907 to 1913 is one of the Nations most engaging orators Moreover he never misses an opportunity of saying nice things about the Irish race A few years ago he addressed an Irish society at Nashville on St Patricks day In closing his ad dress Gov Taylor said Where aisiifto battlefield that has not been glorified by Irish courage and baptized with Irish blood And where is the free country whose councile have not been strengthened by Irish brains and whose wealth has not been in creased by Irish brawn Wher over the flag of war flutters the spirit if Irish chivalry is here panting for the battle and eager for the charge Whether it be Wellington leading the allied arm ics at Waterloo or Mad Anthony Wayne storming the Britishat Stony Point whether it be Sam Houston crushing the armies of Santa Anna at San Jacinto or Davy Crockett courting death at the Alamo whether it be Andrew Jackson at New Orleans or Stone wall Jackson at Chancellorsville whether it be Phil Sheridan in the saddle riding like a god of war into the thickest of the fight or Pat Cleburne leading a forlorn hope and dying at the cannons mouth or the breastworks of the focit is the same intrepid un conquerable spirit of sublime courage which flows liko a stream of inspiration from the heart of old Ireland to fire the souls of the worlds greatest lead ers and to burn forever on the altars of liberty- Cheerfulness is the rubber tire on lifes vehicle It breaks the jolt whenever prudence and industry have been unable to remove the stencil from the road q PATRIOTISM Catholics Must Be Ready to Die In Defense of Their Country 7 Bishop Coltous Beautiful TrI- bute to two Illustrious- Americans GOd and Fatherland AVe Chords That Yibratu iu Catholic Hearts PEACE FREEDOM AND PROSPERITY The Right Rev Bishop Colton Bshop of Buffalo is noted as an American patriot as well as a Catholic prelate Writing for the GALLEY FIVE tao Cutholic Union and Times recently he linked together the names of two illustrious AmericansWash ington and Carrollin the follow ing beautiful tribute These two illustrious names must ever be entwinedGeorge Washington the first President of these United States and John Carroll their first Catholic Bishop They wero contemporaries and the best and dearest of friends Wash ington was a religious man and could appreciate and respect the religious sentiments of his fellow ountrymen and Carroll was a true patriot who could admire and honor patriotism in his fellowciti zens of whatever belief theywere These two great men assisted each other in their respective call ings Washington sympathized with encourajedhim Georgetown College for the educa tion of Catholic youth and Carroll aided Washington and tho struggling colonies by going in company with Benjamin Franklin and Charles Carroll who was his cousin to France to enlist the support of that nation in the American cause and in which they succeeded The noble Washington left it an injunction on all Americans that they should ever remember the large and prominent part their Cutholic fellowcitizens took in the sliuggle which gained thorn their independence and the great Arch bishop Carroll left to his flock lessens of patriotism as well as of piety the practice of which has over ince been the means of mak ing some of the best citizens this republic has ever seen The spirit of 1776 and the two decades that follow should bo the spirit alwaysGodand country mire the chords that vibrate in every Cutholic American heart when the names of Washington and Carroll t o- G G lire sounded in ttyeir ears To God everyiiiwrtend to ones own country next to Gd should go the love that inspires respect for its laws and the e dncss to die in its defense if ii 1 berThis was the Catholic faith and practice in the beinning of our re- publicit has been ever since and vill be always for it is religion that is the mother of loyalty loyalty to Godand to heaven our everlasting countryand loyalty to country and native land under lho jUrisdictionwc enjoy time peace and freedom and prosperity and happiness which are a prelude end preparation for eternal bless ings of heaven Forever live the names of Washington and Carroll in every Catholic American heart1 PICTUREOP A PRIEST There is in every parish a man who has no family but who be longs to every family a man who is called upon to act in the capacity o witness counselor agent in all the most important acts ofcivil life a man without whom no one can enter the world or go out of it who takes the child from the bosom of its mother and leaves it only at the tomb who blesses or consecrates the crib the bed of death and the bier a man whom little children love aria Venerate whom every unknown person ad dresses as Father at the feet of whom and in whose keepingall classes of people come to deposit their secret thoughts their most hidden sins a man who is the con soler and healer of all the miseries of soul and body through whom the rich and poor are united at whose door they knock by turns time one to deposit his secret alms tho other to receive it without be jug made to blush because of his need the man who being himself of no social rank belongs to all in discriminately to the inferior ranks of society by the unostenta tious life he leads and often by humble birth and parentage to the upper class by education often by superior talents and by the ssublime sentiments his religion in spires and commands a man in fine who knows everything who hns a right to everything from whose hallowed lips words of divine wifdom are received by all with the authority of an oracle and with entire submission of faith and judgmentthis man is time priest- S B Misfortune is a tide that sweeps sv all souls under and drowns little minds and bears great and brave oies on to noble and generous heights lia man is determined to make a noise in the world he is as sure to encounter abuse arid ridicule as ho who gallops furiously through a village must reckon on being fol lowed by the curs in full cry WASHINGTON First President of United States Glad of Catholic i Support I All Good Men Should Be Tolerant and Respect Others Rights PweltOn the Aid Loaned Revo lutlbn By Catholic France TRULY A PATRIOTIC DOCUMENT From the earliesct history o America Catholics have been loyal1 tf the Government They have proven this by their deeds on the field of battle and in the halls o Congress George Washington was rot a Catholic yet when he was chosen first President of the Unit ed States the Catholic soldie and statesmen of America were among the first to offer their congratulations Under date of March 12 1790 President Washington re pled as follow- sGentlemenWhile I now receive with satisfaction your congratulations on being callled by a uionimous vote to the first station in my country I can not but duly notice your politeness in offering tin apology for the unavoidable delay t As that delay has given ye- an h I opportunity of realizing insteadl of anticipating the benefits of the general government you will d me the justice to believe that you testimonyof the increase of tho piblic prosperity enhances theI pkasuro which I should otherwiseI havo experienced from your affec tJunate address- I feel that my conduct in war and in peace has met with more general approbriation than could rctsonably have been expected and I find myself disposed to consider tint fortunate circumstance in aI great deal resulting from the able support and extraordinary candor of my fellowcitizens of all denominations The prospect of national prosperity now before us is truly animating and ought to excite the exertions of all good men to estab lish and secure the happiness of their country in time permanent du ration of its freedom and indepen dente America under the smiles of divine Providence the protec tion of a good government end the cultivation of manners morals and pietycan not fail of attaining itn uncommon degree of eminence in literature commerce agricul ture improvements at home and respectability abroad lI fl I As mankind becomes more lib en al they will be more apt to allow that all those who conduct themselves worthy members of the community are equally entitled to the protection of civil government I hope over to see America among exampleofs sume that your fellowcitizens will1 not forget the patriotic part which you took in the accomplishment of their Revolution and the establishment of their government or the important assistance which they received from a nation in which the Roman Catholic faith is professed- I thank you gentlemen for your kind concern for me While my life and health shall continue in whatever situation I may be iit shall be my constant endeavor to justify the favorable sentiments which you are pleased to express of my conduct And may the members of your society in America animat 1fed alone bX the pure spirit ofE Christianity and still conducting themselves as the faithful subjects enjofr every temporal and spiritual1I felicityGeorge Washington rss B A FELLOW PEELING Your lij4Mds the plaintiff in the divorce1 proceedings I charge cruel and inhuman treat ment My husband hypnotizedI me into thinking that my last sea sons bonnet was just the thing for thisspringHe asked the judge look ing sternly at the defendant My run come here The court will speak to you privately camelto the bench when the judge Say old fellow Ive got a wif lmyprrctize them IHB QUIT CUTTING A Scotch minister instructed hisI jerk who sat among the congrega tion during service to give a low whistle if anything in his sermon appeared to bo exaggerated On hearing the minister say In those days there were snakes fifty feet long the clerk gave a subdued whistle I should have said thirty feet added the minister Another whistle from time clerk Orr consulting Thompsons con cordance said tho minister iin confusion I see that the length is twenty feet Still another whistle whereon the preacher leaned over and said in a stage whisper Ye can whistle as much as yo like MacPherson but Ill no take anither foot off for anybody Bad manners spoil fine clothes from within worse than contact with the world does from without and courtesyand kindness win where force fails n HERO PRIEST Father Blomlll a ConfederateI Chaplain Died on Field of Battle Cannon Ball Took Ills Head Off While Ministering to Dying Body Brought to Gothscnmuo After Thirtysix Years in Georgia 45y4 MEMBER OF THE ORPHAN BRIGADE Charles OMalley the esteemed CatholioSunwhere he edited and conducted the y Midland Review a few years ago writes thus of the late Father Ble milla hero of the Confederate army In the little burying ground at the monastery of Gethsemane in Nelson county Kentucky there is a narrow green mound headed by the simple cross that marks each grave within the enclosure On the cross is a name and a distinguishitin the stillness that rests over this quiet quarter of Gods acre Yet a hero sleeps there and the heart that is now beneath the sodonce beat to the martial music and knew not the meaning of fear al beit it held a tenderness liko that of a woman Father Blemill was chaplain of regimentthecivil war and will be remembered by his survivors as a hero and a martyr His interest in and devotion to the men in his command was unflagging and endeared him to Protestant and Catholic alike No creed he knew where service could be rendered none were sick or wounded but his gentle hands were ministering to them lu downhearted or distressed but was near with words of cheerfulness and sympathy In every en gagement his tall figure in its priestly garb could be seen where the fight was hottest lifting the helpless succoring the wounded or sending a prayer to heaven above the roar of the musketry for some spirit departing in the midst rf battle He was the regiments idol and his faithfulness to his calling won the reverence and veneration of the sturdy soldiers until there was not one who would not gladly have laid down his life for the war rior priest It was in the storm of battle that death came to him faithful unto the end It was during the 1 bloody battle ol Jonesboro Ga August 31 1864 The assaulting column had found it impossible to true the Federal position and the order had been given to retreat Gen Lewis was riding back in the midst of his broken and disordered regiment seeking shelter from the storm of musketry and artillery that was still kept up As he pass ed along he saw Father Blemill kneel beside the prostrate body of Captain Gracie of a South Caro linia regiment and lift his hands in prayer for the dying officer His expeienced eye had probably seen that time man was wounded unto death andfriend or stranger his tender heart went out lo him and he stopped to offer a dee parting soul At the instant a can non ball fro ll tho enemys ranks struck off tho head of the heroic priest and his limp body fell beside the one he would have prayed for In the very act of ask ing mercy for a dying soul his QWri took flight He died as he would have wishedhis consecrated spirit seeking its Master straight from the field of battle and in the dis charge of his duties as a soldier oJ time Cross They carried him to the rear and after the storm of shot and shell had subsided they tenderly wrapped a battlctorn Confederate flag around the worn priestll dress and with streaming eyes reverently buried hm in a grave a hundred yards or more south of the little station at Jonesboro Many years afterwards when a branch of the Confederate Memorial AMO ciation was formed there they ex priedandburne cemetery CaptGraclefor 1 to prep when killed and a soloiepi named Ignatius Blocks until iOKK when time Benedictine Fathers CJ U 1