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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o- o d 4 wy Ofr h r- to AMERIcAN VOLUME xvn NO 9 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 1 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS i q PARIS Will Throw Open Her Doors to tlio Ancient Order of Hibernian I State Convention Will Hold Ses sions There Monday and Tuesday Extensive Preparations FOr the Entertainment of the VisitorsI 1 t WILL CLOSE WITH GRAND BANQUET 4 For the next few days the eyes of the Hibernians of Kentucky will be turned toward Paris where the bien nial State convention of the order has been called to meet Monday for a two days session The convention will be opened with n high mass at the Church of the Annunciation with the flight llev Bishop Macs the State Chaplain us celebrant This convention will be an exceedingly important one as it is the desire of prominent members to enact such 4 legislation as will greatly strengthen the order in Kentucky For centuries organizationohas been fighting Church and the Emerald Isle and to day is it the strongest society of a single nationality in the world em bracing n membership of hundreds of thousands with divisions in almost every country upon which the sun sets The Ancient Order of Hibernians was instituted In this State over thirty years ago and during that V time has performed phenomenal work In every city where there has been a division thousands of dollars have been expended in charitable and relief work and many there n who owe their pVesent success to the efforts of its members in their be half For these and other reasons it is Imperative that new divisions be formed where none now exist and that the present membership be increased There are llourlsjhlng di visions In Newport Covineton Ash land Paris and four in Louisville and it is the intention and hope that new ones will be ltihltedat Lexington Owensboro Henderson Bowling q GreentPclUiiclttfiiffl Vfaystilhrt4itk this work before them the term of the incoming State officers will be an extremely busy one and therefore great care should be taken in their selectionThe submitted to the State Board show the finances of the order to be in excellent condition but the membership has not increased to the figures that had been anticipated The most marked gains have been made by the Ladles Auxiliary which now has branches In Newport Coy ington Paris Ashland nnd Louisville There are reasons for the present conditions and these will be care fully considered by the delegates who will number aboat a hundred The County Board the four divis ions nnd the auxiliary of Jefferson county will be fully represented and State President Keenan and Secre tary Hunt are of opinion that the others will send full delegations The Louisville delegates and visit ors accompanied by the degree team will depart in o special over the Chesapeake cC Ohio road Sunday morning leaving the Seventhstreet depot nt 830 oclock They will arrive in Lexington about 11 where they will be met by a reception com mittee and taken to Paris on a char tered suburban car After dinner there will be an exemplification of the ritual and the conferring of the degrees on n class of twentyfive candidates This part of the pro gramme will attract much attention i and promises to make a good impres sionFrom Vice President Grace it is learned that the social features will be on an unexpectedly large scale and will conclude with tv banquet at the close of the convention During the recesses there will be entertain ments nnd side trips and at the banquet there will be brief addresses by eloquent members of the order interspersed with Irish vocal and In strumental numbers The Ladies Auxiliary of Paris will have special iL charge of their visiting sisters who are assured a good time a Much Interest will be taken in the election of officers which will be the last business of the convention Thus far but two names have been mentioned in connection with ther Presidency Alderman George J Butler and Thomas Quinn both of this city and It may be that an agree ment will be reached Whereby the name of but one will be presented c Will Connolly seems to be the unan I imous choice for State Secretary a11lI H is thought he will have no oppose Lion The concensus of opinion Is that the State President unit StoteI Secretary should be from the RnmeI county which would greatly facili tate the transaction of the business of the order and enable them to meet 4 frequently without expense An other proposition that will evdke r capitasomewhat to meet the demands for organization purposes Effort will also bn made to repeal the law which urcscrlbeH that State officers shall not acre more than two conjBccutixe terms From the foreiroingitwill belleenI that fhn convention will Ilea busy nwp aril nib action muelv depends lust will have lio do with this future bf thee order A complete reportof rext the 1BECOIING1 Six Contestants Are Entered For Pall FestivalI Prizes The contest for the piano and other valuable prizes offered by Mackin Council for the fall festival has six entries and Is becoming quite excit- Ing Each young lady has a strong organization that is working in all parts of the city Keports submitted 1 at the imeeting Tuesday night were most encouraging and greatly pleased1 the large number in attendance After President Itnidy hail declared six candidates elected eighteen more applications were filed nand much enthusiasm which was relieved when STATE PRESIDENT KEENAN announcement was made that the sick list was clear After accepting nn invitation to the LautzLossung nuptials a committee was instructed to correspond with the Y MI h of runningQnSupreme Council meets there The delegates to Frankfort reported the proceedings of the Grand Council in detail A pleasant event of the even Ing was the visit and address of Brother Celestine of Notre Dame university followed by n recess and informal reception in his honor lIe expressed himself proud of Macliin anti the evidences of Us grand work fpr young men greloanedchurch picnic Monday at Phoenix Hill The lltersjry feature was a carefully prepared address on the life of bydamesliberation it was decided that only members and their gentlemen friends would be admitted to the debate be tween Sarto and Mackin Councils that will take place September 1C CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Annual State Convention at Covlngton on Sep tember H The annual State convention of the Catholic Knights of America of Ken tricky will be held nt Cpvington theIopening session taking place after a solemn high mass at the Cathedral on Tuesday morning September 11 This will be an important event for this society and members look with interest for the reports of the State PRESIDENT JOHN MULLOY officers which give assurance of be ing most encouraging The Coving ton and Newport branches are pre paring an elaborate programme for the entertainment of the delegates and visitors of which there will doubtless be a largo number State Secretary Albert F Martin will go to Covlngton tomorrow1 liiul with State President Henry Hoemer nrrangenientsforurges all delegates and visitors to the convention to secure certificates from the agents when they purchase their tickets which will entitle them to a return ticket for onethird fare if fifty are presented at the cornea tion and it Is expected there will be many in excess of this number Mr and Mrs Edward J OBrien and family are home from a trip to I Atlantic City and the Bast J tg c ARCHBISHOP Farley Sees Hope For Irish Parliament In College Green Groat New York Churchman at Cathedral of St Macartan Greeted With n Crowded Con cremation and Presentation of Addresses VISITS SCENES OF BOYHOOD DAYS ills Grace Archbishop Farley of New York who has been visiting the Emerald Isle was given a great Wel come upon his arrival in Monaghan where he wits the guest of the Most Ifev Dr Owens Bishop of Clogher On Lady day Ills Grace officiated at St Macartans Cathedral where all the local bodies presented addresses unit from the Dundnllc Democrat is taT enthe following portion of his re c spouse v He was standing on ground from which appeared to him the scenes of his boyhood Were His Grace to give expression to everything suggested by addresses from the various coun cils he feared that both the members of the councils and himself would grow weak and weary before the end of his address He would therefore be very brief in his remarks lie knew the Irish heart and the hearts of the people of Monaghan lIe knew that every word they had spoken came from the very inmost core of their Celtic soul He congratulated the members of the various councils upon what they had achieved upon what had been done since his last visit among thenia part in the govern ment of their own country at last That government had been wrested from them by means which he would hesitate to designate and which de served to be designated It had been wrested from them more than a cenr tury ago but the people were true to their Celtic traditions and had never lost hope That was as green in their hearts today as the day before they lost their own Parliament It was certain that thathope would be realized because it rested with the resolution 91 thevniejk which they were of that glorious emerald land of ours Ills Grace passel through a country a few weeks ago which had hind much the same experience as Ire land had had and that was Norway He paid a visit to that country which hail junt been emancipated from a government which had stolen time Norwegian Government two or three centuries ago as the English Government had stolen the Irish Government The people of Norway had never given up the fight which had been n bloodless one and all the more successful all the more honor able all the more dignified and all the more enduring because it had been bloodless So was it with the people of Ireland They had never shed a drop of blood in the contest which had brought them a measure of home rule to county councils and the various other councils The determination shown at their meetings at which the members of Parliament of their constituencies presided and the presentation of their case in the Houses of Parliament by their splen did band of Irish representative who Ills Grace dared be equalled and nt all events excelled in the world proved that the people were still anxious for their own goy ernment He hoped to see the lay though he was not the youngest mOIl among them when they would have their own Parliament in College Green as Norway had just flecurtl her own Government nnd her own Parliament by the same peaceful agi tation which they In Ireland had been pursuing very successfully That was only as it should be It was the aspiration of every Irishmen from his childhood to see the country of his birth governing itself The brightest period In the history of the Irish nation from 1782 to 1800 would never pass from the memories of Irishmen That was the most prosperous period In the history of Ire land and It should be the endeavor of Irishmen to make the country as prosperous in futurenot for eigh teen years but for ever and as Orattan said let it be perpetual That was what Ins Grace hoped for I them and that was what he prayed for That transformation that was coming over Ireland was like unto the scene that presented itself to him on an early spring morning The faith had been the greatest resource I the greatest strength to every Irish mans political aspirations because In the faith he was free and thrt freedom meant not merely the freedom before God but before the world He often thought Over the changes that hail taken place In the political conditions of the country since he last visited it It was long ago completely shrouded in darkness but hope didnt leave the people al though It was hoping against hope Since that time hope has escaped from Pandoras box and had taken possession of the land and lifted the chains which bound them down mund every man today fell that home rule Ireland for Irishmen was an assured certainty He did not want to Impose upon their good natures and he simply wanted fo be as brief t an hn possibly could and imitate time I excellent taste and good judgment which they had shown ln their ads dresses lit put making them too long lie was Indebted to the hoard of La Guardians for the readdress Tli Guardians had committed to thel cr ct keeping the most precious thing it Gods sight His nice was In sympathy with them tthoroughly because lila lines had been Toast amOng those people arid those who had charge of them for the lastfetwenty years iin his episcopal cityuiillls Grace had charge of tIle StVincent de Paul Society and he tits spiritual three PRESIDENT CON FORD tor of nil those associations In the United States of j niericn Consequently he was fi jnlliar with the homes of the poor 4i f his own corm try which ho calf America The totbctoq theGuardiansyou can to these polar victims of pov erty Ignorance atE error Gods heaptreasures practicingtoward pleasingafter a time because there is no faith in heaven Fath is evidence of things unseen In Heaven there Is nothing unseen Hope is not in heaven because in Heaven there Is no future Charity Ijves forever and charity never dies and you will be prncticirig In heaveij what you are engaged in excrclsitig here on earth to the poor you arejln charge of READYFOilRACES i JGreat Fall Meting Is Pre dicted roriDouSIas Park Course Jt With prospects ofc Of uc esaful fallra meetings ever held in the West the Douglas Park gatestoand will continue until Sentember 15 when the State fair opens and September buildings have cost about a quarter of a million dollars nnd experienced ToelceyClubcomplete nnd uptodate racing establishment in the tTnltcd States l PRRSIDENT P J WELSH Liberal purses will be hung up and there will he six highclass races each day The big race for Monday will be the Douglas Park handicap which will bring out a fine field from the 1500 horses now quartered at the track The officials for the meeting will be is follows Manager John Hachmelster residing Judge A W Hamilton Associate Judge Martin Nathan sonStarterA B Dade Clerk of the ScalesGeorge B Dillon Patrol Judge Tom Chlvington Many of the best stables that raced at iLatonia Saratoga around New York and on the Canadian circuit and also nearly nil the nbted jockeys will be here to take part in the meet Ing INDIANA GRAND COUNCIL resident James OHara peter Fetter and Matthew troth have re turned from Terre Haute where they represented Trinity Council Y M I of New Albany at time Grand Council of the Indiana jurisdiction They were accompanied by Grand Treas urer Charles Pfef fcr They express themselves pleased with the work of tIle convention and while steady progress was reported trout all parts of the jurisdiction New Albany main theilargestWilliam Qbrecht and wifetof South l Louisville enjoyed a Ujjjjr trip to Michigan and the Northern lakes ii- I i- P i- k i- z I cCOMPLETE Are the Plans For a Genera1 Observance of Labors Holiday Monster Picnic For St Pauls Church at Phoenix Hill LoadorsSay Parade Will Be the Greatest Ever Held Here FUR AND PLEASURE FOR ALLc The day of all days among the daythis31 Looked forward to with much an ticipation the coming Labor day will doubtless be more generally observed than ever before Nearly all the large manufactories business houses and stores will be closed and there will be a general suspension of business in order that the tolling masses may properly enjoy the holiday Everywhere arrangements have been made for fitting celebrations and all that is now required for their success is fair weather For months the Louisville Federa tion of Labor has been preparing for the parade that will take place under its auspices and with the members of eighty unions in the line of march it will be an imposing sight This year there is the utmost harmony among the workingmen of this city and it is their intention to show on this occasion that they are all united nnd that their unmbers are increas ing The prediction is made thatIthere will be over 12000 marchers in line and the parade will be made attractive with a large number orI handsome floats All the bands in the city have been engaged for the day and music will be heard all day and during the evening The parade will be a short one through only the principal streets of the city in order that none may be too tired to par dayPhoenixfor thousands of Labor day erie bants Here Rev Thomas York and the people of St Pauls church will hold a monster outing and picnic amnsementgandn similar occasion in this city From noon until the closing hour there will be a grand banquet which will en able those who take part in tIleI parade and all others to meet their families and friends at dinner with out the necessity of returning to their homes During the afternoon there will be a hotly contested bowl leadinghowling j bigbabyI j be in gold There will be two euchres the first in time afternoon at 3 oclock I and the second in the evening nt 730 for which many valuable prizes have I been secured and will be awarded im j mediately after the games Through j I out the park there will be numerous j other amusement features and there 1 fore there will be no better place to spend the day The admission will I be ony ten cents and children under twelve years accompanied by thttfrtparents will be free There will be a number of booths and stands and fIItIleRf runabput and harness ticket holders will have a chance to win either a set of silver knives and forks dining room table set of drawing room chairs set of silver spoons cabinet folding bed box of Havana cigars ladys fall lint ladys diamond ring parlor center table parlor rocking chair or barrel of flour Fontaine Ferry Park will be the objective point of the Louisville Federation of Labor where it is expected t to make a record tiny In addition t to the regular amusements ninny other forms of pleasure will be provided for the day and In the evening a gorgeous display of fireworks will be offered Congressman Stanley of Henderson has accepted the Invita tion to deliver the Labor da address and Thomas Arnold a prominent Frankfort attorney will also speak at the festivities Mayor Barth will be a guest of honor and will occupy a carriage in the parade For the ben efit of all Interested in the Nelson Cans battle nt Goldfield a special wire will be run to the park nnd the details will be announced by rounds Time Employers Association not to he outdone will also have a celebration for Its members at a point on the river below Spring Bank Park Quite o programme has been arranged and with n band of music cards games and nn abundance of refreshments it is expected to spend j a most pleasant day I I COSTLY MUNICIPAL PALACE The new city Hall at Belfast just recently opened by the Earl of Aber leen Lord Lieutenant of Ireland is one of the handsomest municipal palaces in the Emerald Isle The structure which stands In Don Square was begun seven years legal and has cost 1500000 The most n distinguished part of the building is the main dome which forms an extJ tenor feature and also an lone the interior dome and entrance hall being treated wltba marble bemuutitulGreekused An ornate marble staircase theIartiatiollInI u Q dljc point of beauty is said to lie in time monolithic Cippollno marble columns I IGLAD HAND Extended to Grand Pres dent Martin Monday Evening Trinity Council y M I held n largely attended meeting Monday evening the pleasant weather being partly responsible but the main rea son was that a great many of the members attended to congratulate their President Albert F Martin who was elected to the Grand weelie trance President Martin thanked the members for their expression of good will and pledged his best efforts for the order Patrick II Sheehan COUNTY PRESIDENT QUINN and 1 T llulskninp were initiated sa members The picnic committee composed of Ilobert Goebcl and John J Sullivan reported that they had fiecrrert Spring Hank Park for Sunday September 9 the affair to be theirfamiliesmembers of the Ladies Auxiliary anti their gentlemen friends Light refreshments will be served by the committee On account of the lat hour nt which the council finished DeDProdelivered by Chins A Weissenberger was postponed until next Monday night when it will be a special order of business for 9 oclock FATHER WEBERSINKE Celebrates Golden Anniversary of Entrance Into Franciscan Order llev Father Ubaldtis Weberslnke the only surviving member of the first band of Franciscan monks that came to this country last Thursday morning celebrated the golden anni versary of his entrance into the holy priesthood with brilliant ceremony at St Boniface church of which he is the esteemed pastor Father Ubaldiis was the celebrant of time jubilee mass which was attended by large numbers of visiting and local Never was a church more astefully decorated acid the altars were resplendent with electric lights the mass the jubilarian anti his friends were entertained at a sump tuous dinner served by the ladles of the parish and in the evening there fleas a reception in the school hull a PRESIDENT JOHN MURPHYt for the entire congregation when the 1 aged priest was showered with bless ings Father Ubuldus was born in 1837 nnd nineteen years later leas received into the Franciscan order in the Austrian Tyrol At the request of Archbishop Purcell he came to this country For six years he was Provincial of the province and his pastorates embraced the larger Gel man Catholic churches in this section After serving nine yenta as pastor of St Bonifaces he returned to his old home In the Tyrol where he spent year Upon his return to America he filled responsible posts in Indiana Ohio anti about a year ago re peoplewho theplowsupon the people of his congregation irs jlarry Wellingtonr of St Louis s here on a visit to her grnndpar Mr and Mrs John Brpderick JOHN DILLON Replies to Dishonest Critics itIrish Parliamentary Party The Whole System tffCocrclo in Ireland Has Been Destroyed Will Never Consent to Abroga PartykPledge APPEAL FOR NATIONAL CONFIDENCE Speaking at a meeting In the West of Ireland last week John Dillon M P replied to some recent uninformed or dishonest critics of the Irish lar liamentary party In the history of that party he said there never was a time when it hind been subjected tq more unfair criticism and yet there never was a time when it was more t posttlon It had been said Mr Dillon went on by some critics that time Irish party hind done nothing for tr y I and that Parliamentary action as aImeans of defending the cause of Ire land was entirely discredited Many men he declared who take that View and mummy of the movements with which they are connected would not be allowed to exist In Ireland today if it had not been for the work of the Parliamentary party for time past twentyfive years By persistent work in Parliament they had succeed ed in destroying the whole system of coercion in Ireland never he be lieved in their lifetime to be revived and they had almost succeeded in emancipating the farmers from the tyranny of landlordism Yet were they to be told they lead done noth Ingl untilean Irish Government was sitting In Dublin he would never consent to the abrogation of the party pledge or the disbanding of the Irish party They had confounded tlfe critics who had said after the general election that the Session which hind passes wjjuld He a barren session for Ir jand t for many yearnhad1hervWSl session so prolific of hope arid benefit to the Irish people They hall passed the laborers bill mid hart made a great advance with the town tenants billMCommenting on foregoing Dundalk Democrat says Mr Dillons appeal for expressed national confi dence in the Irish party Is made in view of the promise of a largetmeasure of selfgovernment for this country to be Introduced next year and in view also of the unsatisfactory attitude of the responsible heads of the Irish administration toward the popularl demands Mr Bryce the Chief Secretary is an avowed home ruler but not nil of his colleagues In the Cabinet are of that kidney and he himself has placed n tooimplicit confidence in the permanent officials or Dublin Castle If we are to have sweepIngare in earnest in our demand for home rule mad that we will not be satisfied with less If we are to make our voices heard we must raise a them in unison If we are to make our power felt we must combine our forces And if we expect the Irish party to make nn effective fight Iin Parliament for the stiffening of the promised bill we must show that the Irish party speaks for us as a nation a nnd that no factionist critic of the party has the support or sympathy of the people tn p STROKE WAS FATALI Martin kerns Dies a Victim to Heat at City Hospital Martin Kerins nged twentythree years and a molder by trade died ttt the City Hospital at 0 oclock Mon day morning from heat prostration with which he was stricken about 9 oclock Sunday night Deceased was 9 young man of exemplary habits and his sudden death was a great shock to his friends and relatives About three years ago Kerins came this city from Ireland where he leaves and nged mother and respected family who were at once notified of their sad loss Undertaker Barrijtt removed the remains to the residence qf John Garritty 1411 Rogers street an uncle with whom the unrfortuhaty young man had made hiss home sin 6 coming to Louisville Tine funeral services were held nt St Alpysius church Wednesday morning when Rev Thomas OGrady celebrated tire solemn mass of requiem ands pro nounced a touching eulogy over the remains SOMEWHAT IMPROVED Mrs Gertrude OConnor wte6t Magistrate Edward OConnor who was taken tb Sts Mary arid Elizabeth1 Hospital the first of the week was reported somewhat Improved Thursday She had beentssufferer from stomach trouble for several month and jat first It WM feared aims yotild hays to undergo an operation i J oJSV Iv F i 4 T T1 1 r R EiNTUCKY X7l1SgLXCAa iipiJKENTUCKY M IRISH flMERlGflUI r rlSkated to the Moral and Social Advancemaat or an IrJsts Amerlca- eisr KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS UBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Bntered at the Lonlsrllle Postofflce as Becoad Class Matter ddieusll Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN3Z6 West Green Slrcit TRADES uBEI COUNCIL DDISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER i 1906 GREETING To the Ancient Order of HibernlaiI In State convention at Paris next week the Kentucky Irish Americt tenders a mos t hearty greeting This great Irish Catholic society Las done good work in Kentucky as well ins r elsewhere and it is our sincere hope that the deliberations may be bnr rnonlous and productive of such lcg station as will bring only good results Tlfe organization has n glorious past and let us hope that before it stands a still more glorious future DEVOYS HATRED Irishmen everywhere in this coun try deeply regret the course of Editor John Decoy and the Xew YOlk Gaelic American Though a brUlaant and able man he sees no good in an measure that las not his npllrofnl that will notor any man or party bend the knee to him For years 1ho has been attacking the Kationnllsi IItif Ireland and the Parllamentai party but happily without avail JIe disagrees with Redmond Dillon t tho clergy and people of the Emerald Isle and never an issue of his paper np pears without a virulent attack on some one who Is giving his best thought and efforts for the amclion tion of the Irish race At the Tccent Irish celebration in St Louis whero he was the orator of the day Mr f Decoy paid a generous compliment to the organizing genius and oratorict ability of Daniel OConncll but as erted that his movement had been a complete failure to which John 1 Leahy makes the following sensible and unanswerable response Daniel OConnell won Catholl emancipation for Ireland and so ffar 4 from this being an exploit of con paratlvely no importance I assert that it was the one great solid wedg up to that time driven into the D itish connection In Ireland Lei imj g the religious aspect of tIlC LqucsUon altogether the continuance in the refusal of the British Cover ment to permit the Irish people to worship their God as directed b their own conscicnces free from re straint or persecution was drilng the manhood and the life and soul out of them and OConncll realize the great truth that until n pcopl showed themselves determined to assert their rights of worshippln their God in their own way and ne cording to their own lights they were outside the pale of recognition of a civilized and Christianized world and upon tlie assertion of this grent right and principle and upon its as sertion alone could the foundation of their national freedom be laid The Irish revolutionist who mini- mIzes the giant labors of OConne ignores fact and history and refuses the tribute which the Irish race owes to Irelands greatest leader Rcnlh ing the inestimable value of unit for the removal of conditions in Ireland with which painful experience of earlier days had only made me too familiar I have indulged the hop that time would soften our ninny as pcritics nndbring Irishmen in America closer together Perhaps I nm unduly optimistic In this but let mask in all sincerity if criminntloni and recriminations and the washing of our dirty linen for the deleetatloi of the American public have not gone far enough and can not we bettei illustrate our love for our mother land by seeking for grounds of agree ment and amity rather than of contention yield a generous appreciation to the efforts of thoserdpho bar gone betlcus and seek to encour age y attar than io throw cold water r upon the efforts of those who ore fighting Irelands battles in Eng lands Parliament today and all get Into the field und take tv hand In pufctmg tIle ball throxigh the posts1 BADLY MIXED iff The political situation in New York fa Indeed much mixed anti it nllg- ht1etatat the Buffalo convention Democratic Qubernationdl nom tnition Win go to a dark horse Hearsts friends claim that his nom in tlwx is certain notwlthstandinf ithefft are signs that his boom is be ffinwlpK tto subside Westchestei county ft has been announced vvil go Holidlj for Jerpme and report lias Jt that thecehas been a Hearst set hack inI Buffalo In Vayh county the OpjKMiitlon io Hearst Jhas been Ian work j in in effort to recaptVire the ground loot to him and in New York City Sheriff fray tI Mi ready to sake thtV XMBtret Attorneys advice and lean Ace raW to the Mate ess JeromeFI ilea enoj4ngs Alg om in rural New York Leader n n Murphy has repudiated Jerome nJ1l1 his following will go to Hearst nti will also the almost solid labor otc There Is a bitter contest betwee the Republican lenders which givcs the Democrats hope for success Goi Higgins has repudiated Chairnm Barnes of the Republican State lEJ ccutive Committee which action it volvcd the reckless snubbing of Odel Booms continue to burst almost ns soon as launched and while this set pnw is going on over the Governoi ship the factional warfare botwee the IligginsParsons clique and ttIle PlattOdellQuigg combination I Is growing Congressman Herbert Par Rons President of the New York IRe publican County Committee Is malt grcssman Quigg and accusing him of desiring to control the organizatio ing speeches against former Con in the interest of corporations Fights for leadership in the ASllembly districts are getting more fIerce every day and in several where tIle leaders had hoped to prevent con tests the strain is growing too grcnt to be borne- Next week seventyfive members of the Society of Jesus representing the twentyfive provinces of that great order will meet in Rome for the purpose of electing a new Gei oral Each Provincial will be nccoir panied by two delegates elected iIn secret ballot by their brother members According to the last stalls tics the number of members of the order exceeds 10000 The Louisville reception to AVilllai Jennings Bryan will equal that ten dered by New York The entire South rod the adjoining Northern and Western States will be largely rep resented and Kentucky will do IIts dsreOur language is best spoken 1 In merica and Ireland It may not 1 lIe nown but it Is nevertheless true that there are no fewer than seventy seven distinct dialects spoken inI Eng and i Of nil European cities Rome Ims most frequently been in the hands of snemles It has been entered n11l1 cocked more than forty times RECORD BROKEN Martin J Sheridan of the Xew York IrishAmerican Club last Sun lay threw the discus 134 feet 11 Inches at the Hibernian athletic car nival in Celtic Park This throv eclipses by five inches the mark mnde by Sheridan last year and will constitute a new worlds record Another worlds record was set hi the Irish champion John J Fiona ran of the same club Flanagai was entered in the flftystxpoum weight throwing competition nnd sent the big ba11fort three feet fhe aches The contests were witnesscc jy an assemblage of many thousands GOOD NEWS It will be a matter of good neys to numberless friends in Louisville to 1now that Father Felix Wards ill ness is not so serious as to carts pprchenslon Father Felix was sicken in Dublin and the first new eceived occasioned great alarm Tbe IstinguUhed Baltimore rector is n prominent figure in the Passlonls ongregation and his death would bean irreparable loss Father Felix ias often visited the Sacred Hear etreat on the Newburg road and Is quite well known here KNIQHTS ARE PRAISED Col Joseph P McGinn of the Uniform Rank C K of A is in receipt of a communication from Supreme trustee Michael Quinn of Brooklyn tearing words of praise for the Uniform Rank and saying he was much ratified to learn of the success thot- wnR being achieved here Trustee Quinn who has visited here also sends his best wishes to his many frlends in the Catholic Knights of America SEEKS LARGER FIELD Gerald J Connolly tire well known oung Newport attorney who has been quite successful since beginning iet practice of laW has opened an office in Cincinnati which will given a much larger field for the practice of Ida profession Attorney Con nolly has for years been prominent In Catholic society circles and in the flairs of the Y M I and a largo lowing will wish his success in his new field ENJOYJNQ VACATION Edward JJ McNally Superintendent of the Tr Nv dinin room car s rylce ejiweeh Birmingham and New Or ansj arrived here Monday to visit h1is family and friencls ntlis on his nnual vacatJon and Will leave with hl8I wife the first 6f next week f rat ipto b1e and the lake resortsi u u tslC i9C9w1S liy61 Yr S SQGIEfY ggI Miss Lillic Schrleber has gone to Cleveland to visit friends Miss Elizabeth Murphy left Wedne tIny for a weekss visit at Shelbyvlll Mina Margaret Maloney is apcnd- seiHrp1Weeks in Northern Michiga Miss Celia B Lnvcn sailed Tucsd for New York after n five weeks 1trIp abroad Miss Maymc Brcnnan has becn pending the week with relatives tn Chicago George Shaughnessy and sister Miss Lillle are visiting relatives in Cincinnati and Dayton Misses Louise and Katie Rose Dnnt and John Dant have gone to iagnru- li alls for a short stay Misses Alice Illckey and Annabel Cunningham left Thursday for a trlJl to New York and the East Miss Mary Rleger and George lieger Jr hove returned from 0 two weeks outing at Petoskey Miss Hilda Gorman of Indlnn ipolls has been the guest of Mr iVilllam Wilcox In Jeffersonville Misses Mary and Rose Conroy of 20 Twentysixth street left Monda for a ten days trip to Benton lIar orMiss Bertha Glauber has returnCll to her home nt Carrollton after n 111 Ichtful visit with friends in th- ity Gus Diet and wife and Misses Mo lie Phalen und Fannie Kennedy 1left Monday for a ten days visit to WCRt laden Miss Myrtle Murphyof Georg e own was here this week visitingI 111er nut Mrs Charles Engleman iIn ortland Miss Marie McNally who was tIle Iuellt of Miss Blanche Snyder in ortlnnd left Monday for her 110mI In ChicagoMisses Cunnlffe and Tosle lonahue were members of a 1101l1e the past week nt arty that spent Vhitc Mills Misses Rose and Margaret Dolnn vlll return today from n mouth s alt to their aunt Mrs John Sweene nt GreenbrierLittle Mary Boldrlck has lIeen injoylng a delightful visit at Tenon as the guest of her aunt Mis Catle Boldrlck Misses Margaret Norton and Ruth TcCarthy have returned from a two veeks vacation spent at Lily White Sulphur Springs Miss Anna Malone has returns rom Bay View Mich where IIlle Dent some time with Mrs John J lrnil1ne nnd family Misses Ella and Rosa Kearns hav een 1 ijoying n pleasant visit at ehannn as the guests of John Kearns and family Miss Margaret Burke nUll Jot anl1 Vlll Burke have been enjoying 0 ileaxant visit with their aunt Mrs I J Lynch at West Point Miss MaryRose Quinlan a populn Lung lady of the Highlands lcft fonday for a visit of several weeks with friends near Pewee Valley Mrs E J Langan and Mis n11l1 Edna Langan were among tIle Louisville people who have been so onrning at Grayson Springs Mrs Jf J Tierney and daughtc ilanche and Miss Della Purtill left unday for St Louis On their return they will stop at Evansville MifiBes Annie and Mary Thither who hne been spending the heated sec lion at White Mills have returned to their home on Portland avenue Charles McDonald the well known local representative of Hollenbnch i ompany Is spending a ten days vn cntlonnt Sweet Sulphur Springs Mrs John T Malone and fanny of the Highlands are expected horn today from flay View Mich when they have been spending the summer Misses Florence C Quinlan nnil gnes Delaney will leave shortly to ttend a house party at Georgetown slen by one of their school friends Misses Pauline Gnau and Margare offman of St Louis who have been sting the family of Mr C Marte ini New Albany returned to theh borne Monday Mr and Mrs Joseph Gaul ant fighter Miss Mabel of Memphis Tcnn spent the week here visiting the Misses McSwceney 2014 West Walnut street Thomas OConnell and John rowder left Monday for a trip to Chi cngo and then through the North west They expect to be away until noout September 15 Walter Ratcliffe the genial Chief eputy in the County Clerks office- lms been enjoying a deserved vaca tlon at West linden GaUey Seven 7 Mrs Rose Henley Kelly who wets last week removed from Sts ary- nml Elizabeth Hospital is improving rnUldly and will soon be able to mIn- gle wlthlher friends MrfuThomas Dolan and children Mary James and Tolm of Portland 10 home from Greenbrier where tl1 cy spent three weeks as tire guests of jfrs John Sweeney Misses Mollie Mchllenuynpd Rose vernev and little Nellie Mellhenny Rre in the Fastt nod will vista Wash In eton NeW York and tIle seashore b fore returning home Nlr Fr nit Burekle and MSweii il I and Minnie and Ellwi nDur kle- Qfj4W West Main street returned lJ 0 4 rl s I4 5 4tiya Thursday tram a three weeks visIt to Mrs Joseph Crotty at Mlnncapolli Minn Charles Raldj the popular cnrrlerI from Station B returned to his post yesterday after a vacation ot fifteen days during which he visited 1 tIle State capital and other Kcntuck towns Miss Dora Daum arrived home l Tuesday from an extended visit to relatives at Canricltpn Ind She wns t extensively entertained and was Itho 3 guest aflhonor at a number of re ccpt ions Misses Mary and Margaret Reagai two beautiful Lexington girls who have been visiting their aunt Mr t James McKelrnan for the past twot weeks left yesterday evening ifor 1 their home Miss Blanche Sayer left Monday 1 for Chicago and Grand Rapids Mich tfor J a visit of several weeks with her sl8 i tcr Miss Mania Sayer and her uncle the Very Rev Joseph Schrcmbs 1 Vicar General of Grand Rapids 1 Thomas Keyer and wife of Mem phis who have been spending tllo 1 summer abroad will arrive here the t first of next week to be the guest of their father Thomas Kcycr 32I West Chestnut street 1 The engagement of Miss Mar 1 iaible anti Thomas Flahive is nnImenaced the wedding to take placeII nt St Williams church on Wednes lay September 12 Both young pei 1 rile are well known in Catholic IlOclnlI I lrclcs and the announcement will beII upplemented by the best wishes of their many friends Miss Desslc Burns of Clifton cnter aincd n number of friends with ia reception and luncheon Saturda svenlng in honor of her charming gouest Miss Anna Donahue of Cincinnati Among those present wcr Misses Lily Burns Jennie Galhl- A gnes Ford Julia Burns Fay Good vin Dome Burns Dessic Burn Iona Donahue Messrs Gus Blxot Raymond Barrett E B Hayes Em net Mallon Chester Cook Osborni iOanford James Donahue Bert M lonald George Merrlman and Robert Jachelor The marriage of Miss Edelberge md Charles Relling of Dayton Ohio was solemnized Wednesday morning with a nuptial high mass nt St Mar ins church Miss Maymc Weiden jach of Lipton Ind was the brides Enid and George Reiling brother of the groom acted as best man Tin alters were Messrs August Redel lerger Henry Kleler Frank Brink iaus and Joe Redelberger A hart e gathering of friends witnessed the leremony which was followed by 0 eceptlon for the bride and groom vho will make their home at Clcvfr nnd Mr and Mrs Joseph Sayer 240 West Main street announce the cnc agement of their daughter Mis ifnmle to Frederick C Schmidt of rand Rapids Mich The bride ele If a niece of time Very Rev Monslgno fosenh Schrembs Vicar General of the Grand Ranlds diocese and in her ioclnl circle has always been a fn orlte Her large number of friend vlll be most surprised amid delijjhtci to hear of her approaching marring lr Schmidt Ian son of Mrs Sophie unll the late Charles Schmidt nncl ands hunt in social and business circles Their marriage will bo sol united nt St Marys church Gram apids on time morning of October 0 HINTS ON STYLE Buttons of carved Ivory and of tor oise shell are particularly populai In Paris Boas and ruffs will again hold their opularity with mallne the leading nntcrial used- Trimmed pockets are features of some of the newest French coats of Ircssy character The small turban is slated for tf most successful inning in the things hat are scheduled for fall happen ngs The princess yoke has again come Into favor It will be made of lace- or have a certain amount in its con ruction Walking skirts show no change in length but the circular short skirts nre few and far between among tIle new models Heavy cushion embroidery will be inch used upon winter frocks Black silk laces are acquiring un rccedented prestige Frocks that give the long waisted or French effect are very generally coming to little girls and are ex eedingly fashionable Smart little turbans whose great cst proportions arc from front to bnck and ns narrow in shape as the torpedo are back again From street costume models now splayed one might argue the return to favor of the close fitting coat and r ports from Paris also note this mdency Silk gloves are going to be worn ery much this winter especially for rening wear which of course means long gloves Black and white vlll be- the favorite colors Peter Pan hats will be among the Iriking innovations for winter They aro made long and narrow with a- dcnt in the crown and of felt or wl- vet although other material may be used For trimmings wings are in foor For some of the prettiest nnd most erlglnol styles jn the coming fall mil nory the chief dependence will be plaeel on the wire frame time nart thnt is not seen but which it Is that ermines the chic and allure of the inpcau CENTENARIANS Ireland enjoys the distinction of assessing more centenarians than nglhnd France and Jermnny com blncll Shcjiad497 at the last census hereas France had only 243 Eng land1146 and Germany 75 Spain takes second place in this respecting 401 centenarians As both Spaln and Ireland have the reputa- tlOIof being very easygoing countries one must conclude that time way to live a hundred yearn is to oid haste hi all things and lead air- quiet life as powtible We do all Idlldll of fine jab ptiativg I e U t ST XAVIERS COLLEGE ortyFourth Annual Session Commences Next Monday St Xn ers College which is can luctcd by the Xnvierian Brother vill commence its fortyfourth nn trial session next Monday September Mti si will be celebrated by the cry Rev luis G Pepper Chaplal of the college The past school ses Jon which has been the most suc cssful in the history of the instiu ion gives the Brothers good ground to hope for an increased attendant this year Through untiring effort the Brotl ers have continually advanced tbe rode of the college till it now stmuls In the foremost ranks of the bcst lolleges In the country nnd offers the young men of Louisville and vJ jnity every means of acquiring a ibernl and Christian education 1he course of studies is divided Into lane departments collegiate sclei ific and English or advanced busl ness course By taking one of these the student is prepared to tale up university work or is direr Ittcd for mercantile pursuits In the business course a young mat rt c quires not only n thorough knowle lg of bookkeeping shorthand typi vrltlng and kindred subjects Il11t 1m mind is further developed by 1the itudy of literature the higher mathematics and the physical science hum enabling him to accomplish mlrc IIml better work in his commerci 1 arcer Connected with the college iIn I reparatory department in whlc joys are prepared for the col1ece course A new physical and chemlpr laboratory 5s now being eqvlppe for individual work Each stidor will have his own table and the ithe iccessary chemicals and apparatus RECENT DEATHS The death of John Martin nt nn arly hour last Sunday morning ruled profound grief nmong 1 his Mends and relatives Deceased wns the son of William F Martin of 712 Jnmpbell street The funeral took lace from St Martins church nnd fas largely attended James Stanton son of the late 1ot lek and Mrs Anna Stanton lliell Wednesday night For several yen lie was a member of the fire depar eat anti was well known He was married and lived with his mother on West Gra son street The fun crill took place from St Patricks church The many friends and relatives oC Dennis and Sallie Keating feel tIle utmost sympathy for them on the eath of their bright little daughtei malt Catherine whose innocent soul wns summoned into eternity Monda norning After the funeral service nt the Holy Name church the remain werc tenderly laid to rest in a flow cr overed grave in St Louis cemcterj Mrs Sarah Falone one of the 0111 ellt members of the Church of O- tmy in Portland passed to her eternal reward Sunday evening S lewos the widow of Thongs Falone and was heMin high esteem in the West Em where site hUll long resided Her funeral took place Wednesday mor ing Rev Father Conniff officiatin nt the solemn obsequies nnd preach ing a feeling sermon Mrs William J Kinsella for mat pars a devout and highly csteemei lember of the Cnthedrnl congrega tlou died suddenly Sunday night of heort failure at her hone 731 Thin renue Besides her husband who for years was prominent in the loenl dry goods trade she leaves two chil- ren Sister Mary Raphael of the Isters of Mercy and Dr Wllllnn inselln now located in Missouri Tin moral took place from the Cathe idral 1 After n long illness of asthma Mrs ary McDonald wife of George Me nail a well known engineer on thi ouisville s Nashville road dlci uesday night at the family res lence 951 East Green street Besides thet bereaved husband Mrs MeDon nM leaves n brother Edward Doyle ml two sisters Mrs TuBa Birch ancl Mrll Catherine Hoffman The funeral irvlces were held Thursday mornin f- ott St Johns church of which dC censed had been n devout member FINE TRIP Miss Katie Monaban and her mother Mrs James Monaban were the guests of- Miss Ella Delaney 1709 High street for- four days this week after spending ia- month with friends nt Pittsburg Miss ouaban accompanied her mother tohei bome in Nashville and from there wfll- Koto Knoxville where she is engages teaching school Both enjoyed the trip BABYS EYES Absolute cleanliness is one of the mos important things to consider The in ants eyes should be bathed two or three Umes a day and dried with a very soft- fine towel or handkerchief If as is sometimes the case the eyelids get in care greatisbeing pulled out when the matter is reo moved The proper course to pursue is to bathe the eye with lukewarm milk verylittleupper lid KANSAS STYLE We are not much of a sport says a- Ksusas editor but when we meet a- cinch in the road we recognize it We- made the following bargain with a frien- dyeterdayWe were to stand at a give point half an hour and watch the ladies who passed tot each lady who reached ber hand back to see if her skirt was gaptng or to tuck it under her belt we- Were to receive a nickel For every aile- wbofat1ed to do so In walking a block we w re to give him a dime We got sixty- two nickels from him and gave him on- edmeilady with both arms oil came along CATHOLIC WOMEN he bighMt staB ard of morality In the world today Isthst which it upheldt n o w t PicniSt1 A PHOENIX HILL PARK Labor Day Monday Sept 3 1906 Grand Banquet from noon until closing hour Baby Show from 3 to 4 oclock in afternoon Afternoon Euchre at 3 EveningEuchre at 730 Bowling Contest btween Iwo prominent teams Plenty of Other Amusement Features AdmissionTen Cents Holders of tickets wilibe entitled to a chance on the following articles Set of Silver Knives and Forks Dining Room Table Set of Drawing Room Chairs Set of Silver Spoons Cabinet Folding Bed Box of Havana Cigars Ladys Fall Hat Ladys Diamond Ring Parlor Center Table Parlor Rocking Chair Barrel of Flour and Special Prize of Horse Runabout and Harness Children under 12 years of age accompanied by parents will be admitted free s xm sxm exm m The Academy of St Catharine i Springfieldr Ky Will be opened to a limited number of pupils the first Monday of September 1906 For further information address THE SISTER DIRECTRESS Sx SxSxSxS SxgKSxSx SKS BNOS SPENCER President and Epert Aewuntsnt s MAIN SOCHI ANDtSTREETS Educates Young Q Union BaM Building LOWS IIEKY CREDIT BtTX NOW PAY LATER Diamonds Watches and Jewelry Easy Payments and Jewelry Credit Co 30 tV MARIi1LT STREET HAM MATINEE DAILY WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY SEPT a FAY CO 35PEOPLE35 TWO BIG BURLESQUES THE HIGHEST SALARIED VAUDEVILLE ACTS IN THE BURLESQUE WORLDFERRY FONTAINEFERRJARfi TUB PARK I18AUTIFU1 WEEK OF SEPT 2 HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE- Gus Edwards School Boys and Girls Demo and Gracetta John A Wert Maud Rockwell Gus Austin and Klnodromc FREE BAND CONCERTS Every Afternoon and Night by Cooki Mlllttr Band ROLLER SKATING CONTEST On Friday Evening for Couples Championship Prize 30AMUSEMENT DEVICES30 ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children Accompanied by Parents Free DONT WAIT but come at once and see the largest selection of FURNITURE of all kinds in the city Wm F Mayer 419 WEST MARKET ST KATIE AGNES SMITH Independent of all Undertakers LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladles and enti drcna specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All caljs answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 240ft Payne St ANHATTAN RESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 04 W Jefferson StreetOTTO E VENT Proprietor Ire your hays an education tbatwlll prepare them for life ST XAVIER COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xaverian Brothers Classical rfentiSc and Business Courses reparatory De irtment Large Swimming Pool Welt Equipped yanadunit Term Moderate Bro Jamell tr by oqr Catholic women The most tJeautifulofan the virtues seems to be- tbeir own particular heritage And they- are not ungrateful to the saints who eat to teaca teem how to live t J wr People For Business Good Employment and Success til Cant OR wnrrc von NIL tNroniiATioH Hallowl Business College J YOUR IS GOOD on Diamond BUCKING FOSTER PHOENIX HILL PARK Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the mana ger of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 382 Fourth Avenu 261 W JifUrson SirBoth Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed It II It t It It numb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICf CREAMCOI MANUFACTURERS OP PUREICECREAMAND 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 our competitors 627633 EIGHTH ST v I I I I I I I I I I I II I I I I I I I 1cansHave Your Prescription Filled inrTORIC LENSES Mounted with Southern Optical Co eye glum clamps Theydouot sUp or irritate the nose Southern Optical Co of Louisville KyInc Wholesale and Msiufsctarlii Optician Third aid Checiiut Streets Sale wanufactureni of the KRYPTOK JNVIH BW BIFOCAL for Kentucky r r 0 Ir q r 1 TL C RmNTUQ JI SH RJCAN STRAIGHT CREEK COAL Burns better makes less ash and more heat per pound than any other bituminous 100 Bushelsr r coalII25 Bus lelsr100 Bushels Jellico Lump I SCANLON COAL i Ninth and Kentucky Incorporated COii cX OOO x mkxu n iokXX W01 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 B75ST tIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking ousiness of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT I I I I I I I I I 11 I I I I 111 I 11 I t I I t I I I l tG THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 AUcaits promptly Itended to day or night Car agelurniehed for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST I 1I 4 J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 a TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS I IICarrlaltll Pornlehed Notice Illlll on AL Notice 810 OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS ST06 Good Dental work loan money Our Will Please You wwwWe and just advertise All work DR NCi FOURTH AVENUE oppJno Lewis M 1531 W STREET t t t 1t t t t DANIEL JDOUGHERTY and Embalmer Both Phones 299B Carriages Funrthid Occasions Celia Answered Promptly Day Night W t Market St Bet 12th and 13th L I t t t t T T T T T T T T T T T T T f f It t t f f t f t t t I Gran W Smiths Son I SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for AH Occasions Short 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 9 TO 12 DONT YOU WANT done for Dentistry are responsible do as we guaranteed J COUCHMAN Dentist 551i Co PETER ANDRIOTSONS MARKET 1i+t ft +4 + If If If It If Funeral Director All All or 11231 L t t a j on iHtttttt the C J hWAGON MANUfACIllRfR8 o Carriage RealriRlud RuhterTlres- a 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET o HEN RY ft i JJi PlJtSI DYER AND CLEANER r t ladlessand Gents Wearing ApparBlr o WORK GUARANTEED MMUI 528 Fifth Strot tt n J- it I r PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OFINSANCAND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS JeffersonvilleIndhospitalrorepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA HERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jellersonvllle lad WE NEVER DUCK responsibility nor do we disappoint When we say the quality of our Diamond Wall Plaster is the best we mean it Try it you will1 not be disappointed Kentucky Wall Plaster Co BOTH PHONES 2267 KyAlsoI ter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 ALBERTI T1 1 SCHRNZ 302 KY TITLE BUILDING REAL ESTATEf In All Its Branches Carob Phone 54SY MONEY TO LOAN t rU DOUGLAS PARK JOCKEY CLUB Fall Meeting SEPT 3 TO 1524 TO 29Best Horses In the Country Will Compete For Purses First Race at 215 P 11 6 HIGHCLASS RACES DAILY DOUGLAS PARK HANDICAP MONDAY TICKETS ON SALE AT ALL HOTELS AND CAPES HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News j Notes There was nil attendance of 800 nt the Ohio State convention held at Akron last week The gross proceeds of the recent Hibernian picnic at Milwaukee will closely approximate 3500 There will be no meeting of Divis ion 3 Monday night The officers and many of the members will be in Paris at the State convention St Louis will send forty delegated to the fifteenth biennial State convention at Kansas City The sessions will be held in IrishAmerican Hall beginning September 9 The order is promoting the study of Irish history in the parochial schools of Dunkirk and has enlisted the aid anti cooperation of the clergy and school authoritiesIState President McCarthy has is sued the call for the twelfth biennial convention of the order in New Hampshire which will be hell in Dover on September 12 There arc many localities in Kentucky where strong divisions can be organized Why not make the effort The cost would be little while the re turns would be manifold State officers have issued calls for the Minnesota State conventions of the order both of which will be held at Winonn beginning September 10 and continuing three days Alabama will hold its State conven tion at Mobile on September 3 and 4 and there will be a large attendance The division in the Birmingham district will be well represented The regular monthly business meet ing of the Ladies Auxiliary will be held next Wednesday night There should be a large attendance to hear the experiences of those who attend the convention A movement is on foot among the members in Minneapolis and St Paul to inaugurate a season of football Those of the first named city have secured new suits of white and green and played n practice game Sunday Little Rhode Island held its State convention at Westerley lost week Twentytwo divisions and six military companies were represented by five delegates each The convention was addressed by GO Utter anti Father OKeefe John Dillon of Valley Falls was reelected S ate President Those from this city who will at tend the State convention should se cure their railroad tickets from of ficers of the County Board who have secured reduced rates and a special ear over the Chesapeake Ohio rail road to Lexington The train will leave the Seventh street depot Sunday morning at 830 oclock Next Friday night will be a jolly one for members of Division 2 who attend the meeting as it is hinted that President Con Ford will bring forth the long expected surprise Besides balloting for candidates there will be some Important business not the least of which will be the under taking of measures that will tend to make the treasury much richer It lion been some time too long In fact since an initiation has been held in Louisville The degree team we believe is ever ready to act and there fore every division should make an earnest effort to have a large class for the initiation that it is proposed to hold in October There are many who have not yet had the degrees conferred and ninny more who would become active members of the order if they were npproachecVin the right manner Already there is talk of the show ing Kentucky will make at the national convention at Tmllnnnnolls two years hence We would fUUicnt that as soon as possible utter the State convention each division take this proposition up for earnest consideration and the adoption of such meas ures as will make the movement ef frctlvp Fifteen hundred members should be tin err in Louisville with nt lonht 3000 in the State This nhnnM br the principal work of the Incoming State and county officers NEW ALBANY WON New Albany won the next State convention of the Young Mens Insti tute The convention at Terre Haute was a decided success and leaves the Indiana Grand Council with an over flowing treasury Robert Riley of Indianapolis was the choice for Grand President and Tames Decry of the same cityand Charles Pfef I fer of yew Albany were reelected1 to their offices as Grand Secretary and Grand Treasurer I SAVES LABOR Left over coffee grounds make a good fertilizer for plants As they ntfijcaJJiec MEongi use only a little around each plant and mix well with the earth Liquid coffee left over in the coffee pot after breakfast is much better than water ip mix with stove blacking It wilt make the stove shine Alum and various ar ticles ore recommended for this purpose but left over coffee is We bentt and does not cost anything as it would otherwise be thrown away o l BEAUTY I think you fellows know I know Of beauty quite n bit although- I dont profess to know it all fin fact confess my knowledges small Ive known some hundreds in my time Of ladies prim and latsies prime That ranged from dark through light to fair And scaled from red to raven hair Of them a goodly bunch were taU Some medium of course some small Some very rich some mighty poor But evry blessed one could cure A breaking heart or aching tooth With just a smile and thats the truth Andstrange to say since I begun Ive never known an ugly oue Describe the loveliest II you ask By Jove I willa pleasant task Imagine if you can my friends A beauty that with virtue blends In such a way vs not to make A sinner shiver shrink or shake As most the real good women doNow come own up you know thats true But she the one I meat you know An angel is dropped here below To soften some the grewsome din Of human suffering and sn With gentle hand and tender heart She practices the healing art Hername Oh no Twont fit the verse A white capped black robed nunmy nurse PATRICK KINO KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUSI e Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where St Louis and Southern Illinois will degreedistrictdistrictAt Louis this week MuehlHlepen Council conferred the major degree on a fine class- Marquette Council has presented a bell weighing 1500 pounds to time Immaculate Conception church at Jenkintown Pa The Knights of Dubuque Iowa sup plied the furnishings for the chapel in the new home of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd recently opened in that city Bradford Council TnvrTeH members of the order in the Pennsylvania fifth flntl eighteenth districts to attend the exemplification pf the third degree tomorrow when State Deputy Lynch will confer the degree on sixty candidates Ulnghnmpton Knights gave jolly Nell OUrieu a royal welcome last week Neil appeared there with Dockstaders minstrels and after the performance the entire troupe sat down to a banquet in the council rooms in the Herald building The council at Indian Orchard Mass has formed a tourist club with a view to laving its members attend the convention at Norfolk next year Members pay 1 each week and it Is figured that by August 1007 a goodly number wilt be in position to attend Much preparation is being made for the exemplification of the fourth de gree which takes place at New Or leans on October 14 The district In eludes Tennessee Alabama Mississippi Louisiana Arkansas and tart of Texas The occasion will be a mem orable one as on the Fame day the third degree will be conferred and a banquet will be tendered by the Knights to Archbishon Blenk ONLY SLIGHT HOPE ReF ther Joseph Blenke pastor of St Aloysius church in Covington is dangerously ill with Ilrlghts dis ease Last Saturday his physicians Dr J A Averdtck and Dr John Mul boy held a consultation and that night gave out the report that his condition was extremely critical Prayers were offered in all the churches Sunday for his recovery Father Illenke took to hts bed only tine Sunday previous He has been n faithful and zealous priest and is a favorite with Protestants as well as Catholics in Covington C ERNEST TRACY BETTER Ernest Trace son of Patrick Tracey President of the Jefferson vine Board of Public Works who was operated upon more than two weeks ago is convalescing nicelyl and it is thought he will be removed from the hospital today to the home of his parentsBARRYS AS ALTERNATES Albert F Martin the newly elected Grand President of the Kentucky juris diction of the Y M I has appointedI John J Barry ol the New Haven Echo KentuckyIrishSupreme Council which will be held at Indianapolis the latter part of this month BUCKINGHAM t Tina next attraction to appear at FayFosterpie The show will consist of two big burlesques and an excellent line of specialties by well known per toptP e ladder of popularity J c- n LIJ 11 Jl j f- I 4 5 IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The New Boss 93 memorial which will be of bronze will be unveiled in October New polling dltricts have been established In County Dublin and arrangements made for holding rev vision sessions therein The Ilalnbridge Guardians have in structed their relieving officers to sec that all boardedout children are dressed in Irish manufactured cloth At a meeting of the Cork Corporation a resolution was curried stating pORItlon an examination in Irish Sir Joseph Neal JfcKennn formerly member of Parliament for South Monaghan mil once prominent in Irish political life is dead Ills strong thorouAhImowledge Dr I J Dempsey and Edward Klerns have received Commissions of the Peace for the County Cavan Both are sterling Nationalists and their appointment is hailed everywhere with the greatest satisfaction nev Win ODonnell of St Patricks church while exhorting the people of Waterford to patronize the Water ford Industrial exhibition urged the supportlocalPatrick McArdle a well known young Dundalk cabinetmaker was brought before a special court and an order made for his committal to the asylum For some time he had been strange in his manner and while strolling about Browns quay he nt tempted suicide by jumping into the waterWicklow papers contain accounts of a regrettable accident to the wife of Manager Flynn of the Hibernian tank nt Dundalk During the Wick low regatta Mrs Flynn was thrown violently to the ground and had both legs broken in an attempt to save one of her children from falling from a runabout that visited the place William Mondeville proprietor of Impwllllubtic dalk and Carllngford was found behind his own counter apparently in n dying condition by his sister who lives with him Miss Mnndeville had her brother carried to his room but he grew worse and in a very short time breathed his last With feelings of regret was received news of the death of Dr Dan iel J Cullen JPof Carrick mncross Deceased saw close on twentyfive years service as medical officer both in Donaghmoyne and Carriekmacross districts and WOK always kind and attentive to duty Ills remains were Interred in Limerick of which place he was a native The many friends in Monaghan and Loath of James Lynam Uniter Irish League organizer heard with sincere regret of his sudden death He watt a man of strong and sincere political convictions having not only given up n valuable farm in the West of Ire land in campaign days but also suf fered several terms of Imprisonment under coercion acts In the County Kildare there in much tillage this season and farmers are comparatively comfortable Indeed much better off than they were twenty or thirty years ago Meath and West Meath are mostly in large grass farms which produce mulch less per acre than the tillage portion In farmingbutland while in Munster the farmers are still struggling to make ends meet It is along the west coast from Kerry to Derry that the greatest earninglaThe new Catholic Hall at Carrick macrosH is receiving its finishing touches When completed the halt will undoubtedly be a fine building It will be ready for the coming win ter when the need of a place of rec reation will be most felt On Sunday his Grace the Archbishop of Tuam dedicated the newly enlarged and renovated Church of St Josephs Leenane County Galway and preached the dedication sermon At n meeting in Limerick at which the Bishop of Limerick presided and delivered an address an association was formed for the promotion of temperance in Limerick city and county THEATER CLOSING Manager Ttlechmann of Fontaine Ferry Park said today tint tine exact date of the close of the season has not been decided upon The coming week will witness the close of the park theater however for the lieu bins Theater home of high class vaudeville in the city ila scheduled to begin its season one week from tomorrow An excellent bill of vaude ville has been booked for the lust week with Gus Edwards School ttoys nid Girls nn tin headliners John A West is booted for his funny stunts as the musical brownie and Miss Maud Rockwell styled the Calipram nightingale will sing operatic and popular selections Two other en tertaing1 acts will be witnessed in Dcmosa and Gracetta R pair of comedians and OUR Austin a man= olojfist and allround man In the avfc of amusing 0ll- r j FRflNK FEflR BREWING 60 Brewers and Bottler LOII29VILLEDRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMA EI BiC6rIlOtGc COltPANYINO- ORPORATEDTELEPHONEn 4ts2 LOUJflVILLE K PABST BEE ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until ProPrelab d TELEPHONE X380 Louisville Brancn Jf ourreentii and Jeiiersoa Sis Cumb Phone llama 1913 tyreIFII1 WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excelsf tarec Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHN F OBRTEBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLEJ KY ASK EORAI DIERSENSLINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN xc FRILCIC WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 3093a LOUISVJLLE KY HENRY HUNOLD DUAIKR IX Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION OM Whiskies a Specialty Home Phnae 4330 540 W WALNUT C J SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Filth and Green Streets Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASSl EXCHANGEl LOUIS WABNJTZ GO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET SPECIAL REDUCED RATES VIA HENDERSON ROUTE To Denver Colorado Springs Pueblo Col San Francisco Los Angelis and San Diego UOMESEEER5EXCORSIONRATES Coloalst Rates to California Points sad I ORTHWESTI I JIrwisiGealollVmelKyo n a t fc7 When on the i6 Water Wagon try a bottle of Coc8= Cola Then youll understands zi At all good flan Groceries ooA Stomft HERRMAM BRO IUPOafKU FINE WINES AND tlQUCHOI Distillers and Whole le Deed era in Finest Brands of Ecu tucky Whiskies espec aMy PEARL OP NELSO BOTTLED IN BeND Telephone 194S 134 Sid HflNES LIQUORS VALS SALOOVAL j Hot Xitincti every mwsfog IF tit to 1230 ocloc- k44fa j u w QR1Nh H TIi TT r 7 Vci iKTI 1Ca THE LAST WEEK End of Season Slaughter Sale at THE BIG STORE Tins is the last week of this great sale and your lance to get the boys ready for school at great slaughter rices also the men can supply themselves Dont missus chance 1ITHE BIG STORE Market Fourth to St and betweenII MILTON M MARBLESTONE C- OYou I Want to Save SIOO On a Piano THEN ATTEND OUR TEN DAYS SALE Daring this sale prices on every make Piano we handle be cut good and deep offering you a chance to secure Hjgh Grade Pianos at prices will astonish you 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 coarse to our store and see what shape we are in for space you will nedilr see what we say is true isit The Most Beautiful Piano Store in the Country ONTENEGRO = RIhIIM MUSIC CO osam4 ar3o XNURTH AVENUE JEWELRYWe are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Calland see our display of SILVERWARESuitable for Wedding and Holiday Presents Selections made now for the coming holidays will be set aside until called for BRUNN Jeweler530 West Market Street C7 iiy MV VS7VX MvJXXX XZv XIXOvXvyS- jXlme Gfias fl Rogers BOOK Go PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES + TO SUIT EVERY TASTE + Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the 2c finest of their kind in the city 08- JQOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES 1 IOP EVERY DESCRIPTION X34 w ct Jeffersoln S1reetJf P IllNON 424 will that that IIlIHHHHHHI I I I I InI+ I HH1HH ISUMMER OR WINTER Hot weather or cold youll find my coffees the best poundsfor7 Good Santos Coflo 100 6 Special Grade Coffee 100 5 flew Blond Coffee S 100 4 Honduras Cofiee 100 3 Mocha and Java 100 fine black green or mixed to make it with at 45c a pound j MUJLLOY C ROASTER J04aosPbae1323 rail XV MARKET t57 I2EIiiT HHHH 1 MII HHHHvHir i i i 1 1 IH i I IIIiIdIi 333iI4I TIlE NORTON COFFEE CO IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OF HIGH GRADE COFFEES IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS Office Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main tI 1 I I JnI I IIH iiiiiiiH I I 1+1 I 1 I 1 1uI+H1 I 1 10 t t t t t + in 1 a iES WHISKIES AND CIGARS ttt+ t 4a a Pi4sit Ibs Ibs Ibs Ibs Ibs Delightful ice tea tea 8Yernd Ulenbrook WhiSkey I Bottled Bond Quart WM BORGMAlSnSTWttE- S Ti214210218 SEVENTH ttttttttt tttttfttttt AT TJ JBANNONYlcePres Mgr TAt TAT T4 H M WOLTRJNQ Secretary T 4TA JR B BANNON Treasurer ilannon Sewer Pipe Co Glaz PipeXaBBOBs for Steam Conduits lrlcklro Gate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire day L 1Chisesey Teps Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TRLIIPUONB573 i I3tfe aad Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet 9th and lotb TELEPHONE 2833 o e a 1 1 a tOnOnOniy o eoeYYlnOe noee I Mothers Here Is Your Chance to Buy School Suits i IIThesuits on sale are medium weight and they are madeiThey are reenforced where the clothesII15 strenuousin short they are ideal school Ages 7 to 16 years i Doublebreasted Woolmixed Cheviot I kSI Suits nicely tailored 250 X Suits for 1791 Doublebreasted Wool Cheviot and I Cassimere Suits regular 400 grades for 2981 Doublebreasted Wool Cheviot and Worsted Suits regular 500 grades 101 3981 or ties I For ter of took the in itial at the of 1 in and the fall and The that a of had been that vocal and etc The first of will be the in of the and the of this city set for 25 and in a nice suns of after a was for the to time State ill but Jos eph was off the sick for the of the Tom State Tom and and for a big class of for the next and of at St With the by kind to the new St in Park will be 0 at 330 o clock The will hel by the Rev C I1 who will also a to the Rev has ac since he fhe of his for will be next The now is a bell for the and the Ken Irish culls to this in the that some OUR see to take that one that call the to and HIS Enos Jr who last week fell the shaft of the died at the Hos he was after hurt The was and was most of the time till him from his Ills and Mr and Mrs Enos 3C07 avenue and and him The man was a must clan of with a and for the is felt the most The were held Tues day at the Rev Club such a last year has for the season with John T as J J ns and Ben Reid as A was to for a of to soon the anni on 10 This will be news to the of the End who the held the of this club The are now and will sqon be for THE PAR D of this city and nn of Y M I his that he very likes the Far lie Is at Ariz he a with one of the big n t IQII IExtra Special IIII I Singlebreasted I I can be IINeeds For the School Boy at Special Sale Prices II Wool Caps golf and college shapes 250 quality Colored Negligee Shirts collar atI attached neck bands soc val sale price I I I i MARKET STREET BET THIRD AND FOURTH OO 0 PLANS ARE READY Interesting Features Win Meetings Ancient Order Louisville Hibernians steps Tuesday night meeting Division looking toward teresting instructive meetings during winter months Entertainment Committee stated series programmes arranged would Include social sessions musical exercises historical readings lectures recep tions these reception honor State officers Ladies Auxiliary Tuesday evening September President Mulloy presided Secretary Perer Cusick gathered money which generous appropriation made delegates convention Frank Hnlnes continues Doran reported listSpeaking good order Capt Riley President Keenan Attorney Walsh others nude good suggestions pleaded candidates initiation Ceremonies Blessing Statues Leos Church impressive ceremonies beautiful statues presented friends pretty Louis church Highland blessed Sunday afternoon September ceremony performed Father Charles preach sermon appropriate occasion Father Fitzgerald complished wonders under toog erection church building which opened week only thing lacking tower tucky American attention hope goner citizens might proper steps would place therein would people prayer worship COST LIFE Thomas through elevator Sunny Brook distillery Sunday afternoon Deaconess pital where taken being deceased Injured internally unconscious death released suffering father mother Thomas Greenwood several brothers sisters survive unfortunate young ability bright future bereaved parents there sincere sympathy funeral services morning Holy Cross church Father Sheridan officiating OFFICERS ELECTED Mackin Social which achieved distinct success reorganized coming Kinney President Kelroe Secretary Treasurer committee appointed arrange series dances begin after versary celebration September welcome young people West greatly enjoy social affairs under auspices invitations being printed rend distribution LIKES WEST Oliver Patton formerly active member Mackin Council writes Louisville friends much West located Douglas where holds remunerative position mining 1A 19c 38c I Fifty Allwool Single breasted Suits 6oo values had for 19c1lIdrawers 25c grade sale price per garment I BAC N ON IMPRESSIVE havingcompleted SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IEI- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas D Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee JrFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh SergeantatArmsEdward Craddick DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentWilliam T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monda evenings of Each Month President Patrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Cqle manFinancial SecretaryDaniel J Dough ertyTreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month Preyident Jjpbu A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli Van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President Michael Kenney President Robert Gleasan VicePresideut Michael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording Secretary J B Murphy JrFinancial Secretary John Kinne- ySergeantatarmsJobn E Murphy Doorkeeper Eugene Constantine Banner Carrier Timothy Kinney Marshal John A Kennedy Y X Y MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Chories S Raidy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice PresidentD Oliver Pat ton Recording SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding SecretaryFrank Lana hanFinancial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Treasurer Daniel Weber Marshal Janes L Mullarkey Inside SentinelCharles Oswald Outside Sentinel Louis Kinsella- SHORTHAND r ADVERTISING TELEGRAPHY COMMERCIAL LAW specialIsts The student Is given personal individual train lag by practical work from the start The advantages offered by the TRUMAN SYSTHM are unsurpassed This Iis the shortest cheapest and best plan ever offered students Call or address VfcMr Expert Accountant 551 Fourth Avenue companies It is hoped here he will soon strike pay dirt and return home a millionaire COULD PART WITH HIM Apropos of the miserable stowing be ing made by the Louisville base ball team under the unsuccessful manage meat of George Tebeab suggestions have been made in the daily press that a local company be formed to purchase Tebeaus holdings in fact the suggestion has been made all over the Association circuit that he either drop his control of the Kansas City or Louisville teams Although it looks rather unkind to the people of Kansas City we rather hope that he elects to vacate Louisville as this town has had more thau its fill of i syndicate ball n r 298 I 19c I JEFFERSONVILLE ANNIVERSARY Mackin Council to Have Rig Celebration September 9 and 10 Mackin Council will observe the thirteenth anniversary of its organi zation with a two days celebration to be held nt the club house on Sep tember 0 and 10 A special commit tee composed of Past Presidents James Shelly George Lautz Vim nt Smith Dan Cunlff Frank Murphy William Kerberg and Charles Kaldy is preparing nil elaborate programme for time occasion which will end the membership contest that is now be ing waged On the afternoon of Sunday September 0 there will be a grand exemplification of time ritual and initiation and address by one ol cityyby an two spent In sociability and a reunion of the members of the local councils For Monday the committee is pre paring a reception on a large scale after which there will be a euchrb end dance for the members and their lady friends The parlors and meet Ing rooms will be brilliantly illumin ated and the celebration will mark an era in the history of this progressive society GREAT PRIDE Felt by Harrisburg Catholics Over Their Costly New Cathedral i It has been definitely decided that the new St Patricks Cathedral at Harrisburg Pa shall be dedicated November 15 The outer structure is practically completed and time into rlor is so far advanced that part of it is being used for services The beau tiful structure erected at a cost of nearly half a million dollars is a source of great pride among the Ro I1arrlKtmrfdiocese CapItoli e In Harrisburg Its great central dome 175 feet high rivals that of tha State building The Cathedral is built of Xorth Carolina granite It fronts ninetyfive on State street and has a depth of 170 feet The genovnT plan is in the shape of a cross divid ed into vestibule nave transept sanctuary and mortuary chapel A arrangementInnorgan loft over the vestibule no That the gallery will not protrude over the auditorium obstrucning the view of j the beautifully decorated ceiling A 10000 organ will be installed tho first part of Septemberii HOME FROM LONG TRIP I Carl A Wellendorff and wife and sons who have been spending the summer in Europe are expected to arrive in New York next Monday and after a weeks rest there they will return to their home in this city Mr Wellendorff and family have been gone nearly four months and though they spent most of the time In Germany they visited the majority of the larger European cities During his absence he placed numerous orders for Hubbuch Bros with whom he is associated which will soon arrive and be put on display at that popular store Ills many friends will be glad j to know that his party enjoyed a pleasant voyage and good health throughout I FESTIVAL AND BAZAR A fall festival and bazar will be given on the grounds of St Josephs church Washington nnd Adams streets next Wednesday and Thurs day September 4 and 5 The members of the St Joseph Dramatic Club will be in charge on Wednesday Tbursda1afternoon I l j will be in charge of the St Joseph Mens Society assisted by the ladies j of the congregation who will enter ntterInooni noted to the fund for the completion of the second tower and this nojj doubt will be an incentive to a large attendance and a liberaldrawIj I l ronage I u n o n H H tt t t t t GREATOF SALE t Ex i MATTRESSES I A MI Pat Sept 11003 Oct 111004 Y REX MATTRESS Guarantee The material in this InnerTufted Mattress is secured in position by 352 stitches and wilt retain its symmetrical form It is positively guaranteed not to become lumpy None genuine without our registered trade marlc Chas A Fisher Co This mattress is made in layers of Elastic Cotton Felt Smooth sur face no tufts visible Ticking is not punched full of holes No outside 1 tufts to collect dirt and vermin Evenly elastic over entire surface 4 Constructed on scientific principles by improved method JAMES GREENE I 425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET + + t t t ti ++ +i++++++4+f4+44 fi+ 4 ICOAL COAL t iiAnthracite Coal per ton 825 tPocabontas per ton 500 t 300t t+ a Z Now is the time to buy Will be no cheaper this summer + ST BERNARD MINING COJi JPleaict f t M BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNA n3 WllISKY1 III IIIIT IS ALWAYS PURE II- mt H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky I o = 9J H399 OUICtfMEAL STEEL RANCEB saAIiE VTCLL LOOK WELL tA9TA WELl QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES t Best In The World t Awarded first prize at the St Louis Worlds Fair GEIGER SON 211 Market St near Second R OILOw THE i owxA- nd you givingYOUR UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY s GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732- T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN DOOOOOOOOOOC 3 3K3 34 r Both Pbonee DR J T1 CIA WKStiVeterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge- SCIENTIFICANDPRACTICALHORSESHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE VOMOD9 W BROADWAY 1 ti t H H U t t It nHH tn t t i t FIXE WINES CHAMPAGNES ALL KOKB345 West Green StreetXiiQUOKS CIGARI iI m u tLun j