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I KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN VOLUME XIXNO 2 LOUISVILLE SATURDAYI JULY 13 1907 PRICE FIVE GENTS REDMONDS Significant Utterances at tin Unveiling of the OS Memorial at New Ross Nothing But Freedom Will Change Irish Hatred of English Rule Points Out Consequences That Follow Dissension and Lax ity of Discipline NATIONAL SPIRIT CANT BE BROKER Speaking at the unveiling of the 08 memorial at New Ross John Red mond said Ireland was admittedly the disgrace and weakness of the em pire but If England were able to win Irelands good will by a frank conces sion of freedom that would be of more value to her than the good will of all the colonies They hated Eng lish rule and nothing but freedom F would change that hatred One hun dred and nine years ago on the sacred soil on which they stood there was fought a great battle for a 4human freedom Disarmed undiscip lined undrillcd untrained the peo ple of that country faced overwhelm ing odds of the trained and drilled soldiers of England and the victory of the people and their subsequent defeat within a few hours would contain for all time for the Irish people lessons full of significance and omen The victory of the people proved that unity any discipline and enthusiasm could do anything against any odds And the subsequent defeat that over came the Irish forces in Ross showed the certain consequences which all through the history not only of Ireland h but of the world had followed of from dissension from apathy and from the laxity of the discipline Ire land could gain nothing if she were h split up into various sections parties and cliques could never gain any thing unless the Nationalists of the country were united The moral wasa Mr Redmond said that there was nothing they could not gain by unityTind discipline and that dissension and lack of discipline would end in the disaster which overcame theirc arms on the night of the battle of Ross d- After p all he went on the great lesson to be learned from the battle of Ross and from this demonstration is not so much for us as our y alien rulers What is the meaning of this demonstration Here we arc the descendants of the men who died upon this spot 109 years ago Here we are after all the years that have passed after all the efforts that have been made to crush our coun I try here we are at the end of it allfnot only honoring the memory of tuu I men of 98 but publicly pledging 0 our devotion to the same ideals for which they died namely the freedom of our country The moral of the demonstration is perfectly plain for England The moral is that nothing can destroy the national sentiment j of the people of Irelandthat the i national spirit of Ireland can not be broken It has grown strojig in per secution it has never been weakened by concession and today I say that I this great fact is apparent that over and above every effort for the I famelioration of our lot over and i above every question of removing this grievance or that grievance the great master passion of the Irish heart today is the sentiment of na tlonality and the demand for na tional freedomeWe many differ among ourselves as to the precise ideal and even our i ideal may with the lapse of earsfto some extent be modIfiedwe may j differ as to methods Young blood will always be in favor of the more extreme and more violent methods We may differ from time to time as to our policy but England should t t take note of the fact that so far as the object Js concerned that isE so far as the freedom of Ireland Is- concernedwe are all united and we jI 1 would sooar face me hundred years more of persecution than abandon naIIItlonalI j J mended to English statesmen from j that meeting One hundred and nine years of persecution and depopula tion of bloodshed of the scaffold and the prison of languishing pros perity ruined hopes and yet at the I end oi it all there they were young men and old absolutely united in declaring their adherence to the ideals of a free nation The most precious national possession was the sentiment of nationality which WIJIi the very soul and spirit of too nlIII i tion and in endeavoring and attempt fijg that spirit 1 ii Ire land England was not only engaged In a hopleip Lux a mOt fuolljh task English statesmen admlttcI at that moaiunt that Ireland was the disgrace and the weakness of Eng lands empire On all great occa sions whether in her sorrow or in her joy Ireland stood apart from England and the empIre Today Ireland was a weakness to the empire and every man of every nation in the world knew that that was so But if England Hvere able to win the good will of Ireland by a frank concession of frpadoin to the people it would beI A more valuable to her than the good will of all the colonies in the emplN put together Till she did that thls fight would go on They told England frankly as he had done in 1hIs place in the House of Commons th1 the choice of the weapons would be- n mere question of expediency with them because they believed they were cntited in this movement to use every weapon which was opn to a God feeeing race such as the IrIsh They sent a message to England from that meeting to tell her that they Wexfordmen hated her rule today fast as bitterly as their fON fathers did when they shed their blood on that spot We tell her h continued amid loud cheers we ara as much rebels to her rule today as our forefathers were in 08 V 0 tell her also that she can change that hatred by a grant of liberty anct nothing else So long as she wIth holds from is the rVJits of frcedo it will remain as I have said a question of expediency how and 1by what means we will strike at that power that holds our country In bondage BISHOP FEEHAN An Ideal Man For Hcad of the Fall River Diocese In the appointment of Rev Daniel Feehan P R of Fitchburg to the Bishopric of tho Fall River diocese Ito succeed the late Bishop Willlai Stang the Catholics of Fitchburg lose devoted counsellor the city of Fitchburg yields ono of her foremost Citizens and tho diocese of Fall River gains an ideal man for this blgh office in the Catholic church Rot Daniel F Feehan P R was born I- Athol iin Mass in 1855 He was graduated from St Marys College Mont real in June 1876 and was ordaine to the priesthood December 20 1879 by Bishop McNlerney Father Fee lahs first assignment was assistant to the pastor of St Bernards church Fitchburg In October 1886 Fathe Feehan was appointed pastor of the church in West Boylston In the fall jf 1888 ho was recalled from Wes 3oylston and appointed temporary pastor of St Bernards At the end the year he became permanent ector the youngest permanent recto SprIngIrim an additional honor by appoint him to the Bishops council Father Feehan first becameling with St Bernards church Fitchburg Father P J Garrlgan tow Bishop of Sioux Falls S D was ector of the parish Father Feehan vas made permanent rector when rather Garrlgan was elevated to the Jlshops seat About a year ago Father Feehan celebrated his silver jubilee after twentyfive years active luty in the priesthood KNIGHTS MEETING Uniform Rank Companies Vis Ited by Clergy Thurs day Night A most enjoyable social meeting of he two Louisville uniform companIes d the Catholic Knights of AmerIca was held Thursday night at the headquarters of Company C at St Martins Hall The purpose of the meet lIng was of course to interest young semImlHtaryimembership and the results were cry gratifying quite a number hav- Ing signified their intention of join- Ing the ranks Invitations had been sent to a namber of clergymen and uveral were present as guests of the vtning Kach lad wotls of eJU aendation for the Catholic Knighti of America and encouraged the oung men to affiliate with the Uniform Rank which was a most ex- client social as well as beneficial organization and where they would receIve a good military training Gen Michael Reichert responded or the Knights and told the many oung men present of the benefIts hey would derive from membership Us hope was that the two local companies would grow until they were strong enough to form a bat allon Several others made short ad dresses that were well received and- o satisfied were the officers and members that they have determined to hold similar meetings hereafter at frequent intervals During the vening all present were treated to luncheon followed by light re reshments and cigars The Knights have reason to feel proud of their irst joint social session HELP BUILDING FUND At the annual childrens festival and picnic given by St Johns church of Carrollton the handsome of 525- was netted This goes toward the building fund of the handsome nwv 50000 stone church now nearIng ompletion and which will stand as- at monument to the zeal and energY of the former pastor Rev I N khmanu POSTPONED The trip that was to have been made to Lexington tomorrow by Supreme Director James T Shelly President Ben Sand and members of the Young dens Institute for the purpose of paying a visit to Barry Council ha been abandoned for the present ThE visit will be made later when thE weather is more seasonable Barr Council Is one of the oldest and moan mportant In the Kentucky jurlsdlc tlonA n TOMORROW Tho Sixth National Convontl of Catholic Societies Will Convene A Million and a Half Will Be Represented by Delegates Kentucky Ono of the Original States That Formed Pres ent Body HAS ENJOYED WONDBRFUL GROWTH Tomorrow the sixth national convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies lathe formatio of which Kentucky took a conspIc- uous part will convene in Indiana oils and continue in session until Wednesday evening The FederatIon has had a phenomenal growth and the delegates in attendance at this convention will represent a mlllio and a half of Catholics The Jeffe son County Federation will be represented by President Newton G Rogers and several others This cox vention will undoubtedly be the largest and most representative Catholl gathering ever held in this country as nearly all the national State and local Catholic bodies will be represented by delegates These will be from the Catholic Order of Foresters wIth 130000 members the AncIent Drder of Hibernians with 20000 members the German Central herein with 100000 members the KnIghts of St John the Catholic nights of America the Young Men Institute the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America the Catholi Mutual Benefit Association the Womens Catholic Union the Irisl Catholic Benevolent Union the Catholic Benevolent Legion the Bohemiai and Slavonic national bodies and nany State federations county federations Catholic parishes and Institutions Ten thousand Catholic ndians as well as the Porto Rico and Hawaii federations will be rep esentedThe convention will open wits Pontifical high mass at Sts Peter and Paul Cathedral where Arch- bIshop Bleak of New Orleans will preach the sermon Public mass meetings will be held at Tomlinson Tall on July 14 and 17 at which addresses on timely subjects will be elivered by Archbishop Messmer oi Illwaukee Bishop McFaul of Tren ton Right Rev J Sehrembs of Irand Rapids J Roche LL D Hon William Breen and others Hon Edward Feeney of Brooklyn will preside at the meeting The Federation was founded sIx years ago It has the approval Pope Pius X and eighty otII Its aim is to serve church and and to unite with good men of intemIperancetoosevelt has also approved of the bjects of the federation Full reports of the important pro codings and the part taken by tho Kentucky delegates will appear in hese columns next week DID WISE ACT iackin Council a Member ot State Council AntiTuber- culosts Society Though there was only a fair at endance at the meeting Tuesday night Mackln Council acted wisely in affiliating with the Kentucky Anti i Tuberculosis Society This proposi tlon had been under consIderation by many of the members for sometime past and after the reading of a letter from Secretary Thomas A tohan there was a unanimous vote for the resolution to affiliate Announcement was made that terms were being arranged for an xcursion to Owensboro when the rand Council meets and that the bint Committee expects to see 3- big delegation from Mackin The ommittee that arranged for the sunset excursion reported that it was both a social and financial success and presented the council with n nIce sum as the proceeds George lartsch who is suffering from an Injury to his foot was reportedstill confined to his home Every undertaking under the ad- mInIstration of President Sand has been very successful this year and the members are inclined to take a rest during the heated season butt is their intention to make a deter- mIned effort to put the council out- of debt and burn the remaining mortgage before the beginning of the next year ST ANTHONYS PICNIC The annual picnic of the people of- St Anthonys congregation and their friends will take place Monday at hoenix Hill Park For some time past committees have boon making very possible preparation and they look for the most successful outing ever given Arrangements have been iade with the Street Railway Corn t n- n g- n pany to carry the children from ithE church to the park without an change of cars and all will leave therE- at 9 oclock Dinner and supperwlil bE served by the ladles of the congregation and a nice time Is expected ThE arrangements provide far a most in terestlng and varied form of amusement including many attractions of a novel and unique character The people of St Anthonys arlsh are always ready to help others and they therefore look for all their friends at Phoenix Hill on Monday MOVING UPWARD Division 2 AO H Welcome County President and Visitors I 1 While all the divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians In Louisville are moving upward none are displaying more energy than DI vision 2 in which there is a spIrited but friendly rivalry between the men of the East End and St William parish to see which can muster the largest membership This dIvisIon is also earnestly at work for the success of the field day and summer fcs tIval and when the final returns are in it will be found that its members were not behind in their duty William Meehan announced number of entries for the tug of war and hundred yards dash and said t11ey would be represented in all the events j There was a good attendance Friday night when President Ford called the me ting to order Several communications were read and aced upon and the Visiting CommIttee said it was enjoying a nice vaoatioi not a member being on the sick Use WIll Meehan reported the pr iilags of the committee eeting he4 to arrange for the fie+ iil dY ithe duties assIgned Di j2 lade the good otthoiorjSrMBJIjitBt Ford ntroducedM8WaIpNflNi5r vIsitor County PrsllHttniicL A Murphy who delivered a 4rortbut telling address in which he commended the offIcers and members for what they were doing Ho also noted with pleat ire the fact that every member of his division was wearing the beautI- ful emblem of the order a dIstinc- tion which but few anywhere could toast He urged his hearers to take all interest possible intha work of the A 0 If that Louisville and Ken itchy might be able tomake the showing they desires the flex rational and State conventions For all the visitors there a most ordial greeting IWs RECENT DEATHS George and Mary Robinson 202 Otle street have the sympathy of inIfantercd their home desolate The funeral took place Tuesday afternoon Martha E the little daughter of lIr and Mrs Matthew Roth 1541 umesnil street died Sunday afternoon after a short illness The bodv- was taken to the home of the child grandfather Peter Roth near wen albany and the funeral was licit uesday afternoon Margaret Mary Gannon the this lenmonthsold daughter of Thomas cannon the Illinois Central en inoer lella victim to the recent hot spell and died Saturday at the famIly residence 1512 West Oal treet Her funeral took place Mon day afternoon Last Sunday night death laid claim to the infant son of John Mullaney 1212 Twelfth street The child was- well until the hot spell which super induced cholera infantum Funeral rvices were held Tuesday morning the interment being in St Louis emetery Miss Mary Dolan the sixteenyear old daughter of James Dolan died at an early hour Wednesday morn ig at the family residence 123 Nineteenth street after a lingerIng illness of tuberculosis She was ia and promising girl untIl Ibrlght with the dread disease that caused her death Besides her parents she leaves several brothers and sisters Her funeral took place yes erday morning from St Patricks church Louis B Carroll the youngest son of Mrs Margaret Carroll and i0- opular fireman on the Louisville 8i Nashville railroad succumbed to typhoid fever last Saturday after un loess of long duration He was wentyone years old and the news of- hIs death caused feelings of profound grIef among his wide circle of fiends numbers of whom called at the home to express sympathy for I the bereaved mother The funeral was held Monday morning from St Williams church Rev Denis Murphy fficiatlng at the mass of requiem and delivering a feeeling funeral dIs ourseSTATE JEWELS STOLEN A Dublin dispatch says a portion of the State regalia valued at 250 000 has been stolen from Dublin Castle The safe in which the regalia was kept was forced The jewels stolen were those used in the ceremony of investuro In the Order of St atrlck the processional cross studded with diamonds and the jeweled word which Is worn in procession at the Investiture of the knights Lord astletown Knight of St Patrick WBS to have been chief of the State ceremony on the visit of King Edward to Dublin but it Is officially announced that the ceremony will be ostponed Sensational developments are expected HELP FOR BOYS t Dubuque Will Soon Have lUodel Training School For the Homeless Archbishop Keano Donat Building and Land For Purpose Coupled With Industral Educa tion Will Be Religious Training OPEN TO YOUTH OF HORTHWES adjoinInggivIngof the caro and proper training of homcles boys will read with interest the following account of the move corellglonlatsA step in modern progress toward placing dependent boys in a position to help themselves and the world one of the largest steps that hai ever been taken in Dubuque or by Dubuque people =will result in the establishmerit oflah industrial schoo forr boys a able Mound four mlles from the ilty In he near future A lara of 6OOtcres has been giver Archbishop Keane as a locatIon for the school and corespondence iIs now going on looking to the coming of a religious order to take charge of the institution and instruct boy in agriculture and trades as well as In religion The founding of the in sitution is the outgrowth in part of a discussion relative to the care of homeless boys which occurred durIng the Charities and Correction conference held at Minneapolis re centlyThe State institutions it is held arc seriously handicapped in that no religIous training is given The edu cation physically and mentally leaves the boys not immoral but perhaps unmoral A general demand throughout the Northwest for an in stitution to meet these needs has uao imperative the founding of the home The Dubuquers at the Minneapolis conference returned home with a bought in mind of the possibility In the founding of the school for betterment of the youths in this northwestern section of the country To Father Heer pastor of St Marys mrish occurred the idea that a tract of land ideal for the purpose arge beautiful and rich in natural ossibilitics lay within a short distance of Dubuque and might be available for the school The lands a tract of GOO acres belonging to the Archbishop It lies at Table found four miles from Dubuque Upon it was constructed many years ago by the late Bishop Loras of Dubuque a stone building which was long used as a seminary The tructure is in good condition The Ucstlon of devoting this tract of and to the cause was laid before the Archbishop and the board of con ulters of the diocese at the retreat of priests held at St Josephs College last week The plan was thor ughly discussed and approved Irchblshop Keane generously agreed to give the use of the Table Mound property Those In charge are now In correspondence with religious orders and members of some order vill be secured to take charge of the Institution The old seminar building will befitted up with necesary equipment md used temporarily The school will not be local since conditions here are good but will be a home for homeless boys of the entire Northwest They will be given in- structIon in agriculture and various rades and made capable and effI- cient in some certain line of work Coupled with the industrial educa 1Ion will be religious training The establishment of the school is in eeplng with the present tendency toward education of the hand as wells the head and the project is meeting with favorable comment OUR MARY IN ERIN What Americas Catholic Actress Is Doing For Irish Girls The wild and rugged scenery of the west of Ireland has peculiar attractions for Mrs Navarro so welt remembered in America as the brilliant ctress Mary Anderson Our Mary Summer or winter when she needs rest she goes to a secluded pot in the mountainous regions lIeI pleasure appears to consist In isiting the peasant homes among the lakes and mountain sides talking nth the simple people and dispensing charity where she thinks it Is ceded For years she has been vIsitIng the Connemara district and rith the exception of the women In one of the local convents no one has teen able to establish her identity She has been described as the beau Iful English lady who gives to the x poor Her friends in the convent faithfullyFor fin 1 process of construction on the ruins of an old cabin from which the occupants were evicted a year ago It Iis almost beneath the shadow of the convent Local gossip has been busy as to the object for which the new building is intended It is now announced that it is to be a school where girls will be taught the rudI- ments of housework to fit them for domestic service when they arc obliged to leave their own homes for foreign lands While the buIlding ostensibly is being put up by the nuns Mary Anderson Navarro is the donor and she has also endowed iii- so it that it may be free from fInancial embarrassments WITHOUT WARNING lames Wlnn Stricken at His Home Lost Monday Morning Tames WInn for many years si espected resident of Louisville passed from this ie to a betterI vorld at 8 oclock Monda mornIng 1t the family residence 732 Zane street Sunday the deceased complained of feeling slightly ill but paid no further attention to It Monday morning he was unexpectedly tricken and expired suddenly from cart failure Mr Winn was born iIrjland but came to Louisville fifty years ago and has resided here vex since For a long time lie was member of the local police force rom which he retired with an excel lent record to become a special offi er in the employ of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company Tames Winn was an uncompromising rlshman quick to resent an insult to his race or religion and one of the Id guard who did well their part in tIle upbuilding of that part of the- Ity known as Limerick A good citizen ever loyal to the country of his doption he has passed to his eter IIRI reward mourned by all who knew llm Surviving him are four sons ohn Edward Thomas and James Inn and one daughter Mrs Mary Duane Col Matt Wins was n cphew The funeral took place ednesday morning with a solemn Igh mass of requiem at St Louis I ertrands church which was ironged with mourning friends of lhe bereaved family and a long irtage followed the remains to their last resting place in St Louis ceme sry OWENSBORO Great Preparation For Enter tainment of the Grand Council Sarto Council is busily preparing or tho entertainment of the Grand until next month The Grand J until committee has the workwell n hand and will have the pro amines ready for distribution wIth n a week Arrangements for the coquet which will be served at the l1udd House have been about com 11etOO and it will be served in the nnner that has won tho Rudd its cellent reputation lIon William II Fogarty of Indianapolis Ind ist Supreme President of the Young lIens Institute will honor the yran11- Jouncil with his presence anc1will leJiver an address at the banquet her prominent Y M Is will reo Ipond to toasts The members of Sarto will en leaor to make the stay of the vis ltors pleasant and will hold them Ives at the services of the visitors It all times It is probable that ekly meetings will be held after this week until after the meeting 1wo members were received at tbe- last meeting and quite a number of plications arc to be voted upon at- the next meeting when several new plications will be received There Is great activity in Y M I circles fhe baseball team has won the lust lhree games and now presents a very strong line up The Grand Council nunlttee will appreciate the favor f the visitors will inform them In I1dvance of the time and road over whIch they expect to reach Owens boro THEm FINAL VOWS A reception and religious profession was held Tuesday at the Sacred Heart Academy on the Cherokee drive when eleven young ladles took lhelr final vows and renounced the- world to become members of tho suline Sisterhood The ceremonies were conducted by Rev Father WU- lett of Preston Park Seminary as Blsted by Rev Father Gregory of St 1 lnrads Abbey and Rev Father McShane chaplain of the Sacred Heart Convent Besides the Louis v1l1e relatives of the young ladles many visitors from Indiana and other points were present NEEDY CHARITY Much Interest Is being manifested In the success of the enchre to be- given at Pflsters Hall Twentyfifth and Market streets next Wednesday evening The entire proceeds will be donated to a worthy charitable purpose and devotees of the fascinating game of euchre can accomplish 1- double purpose by attending this event The committee of ladies In- charge are Mrs Dan Cunitfe Mrs W T Maddux Mrs W Bowman and- Miss Nannie Maddux THE FIELD DAY Everything Points to an Immense Gathering and a Groat Success S- Entries For tho Different Athletic Contests Coming rin Rapidly Many Local Catholic Societies to Bo Represented by Teams HANDSOME PRIZES WILL BE OFFERED TIle subject most discussed these days in IrishAmerican and Catholic circles is the approaching field day and summer festival to be given by atNlnawebtheFourthstreetMondayJulyheld a field day celebration at Fern Grove that pleased thousands but a still great number found it Impos sible to make that long trip and it is for this reason that it was determined to hold this years celebra tion in the city The park selected Is easy of access by the Fourthstreet cars and possesses every advantage that could be desired During the past few years the Mesrs Summers have made many Improvements and today their park is a popular and pleasant resort for the best class of our citizens who assemble there In large numbers almost every after noon and night to escape the heat and dust of the city Many will find the place completely transformed find beautified and at night presenting a pretty sight with its myriads of electrical lights The field for the athletic events is a large one and all will have ample room to witness the contests Next year the liibernlans of Louis rifle will entertain the Kentucky state convention and also send a large number of representatives to the national convention to be held it Indianapolis and it is for the pur loso of partially defraying the necessary expenses that will be liictirrtrcr hereby that this celebration is fiven In view of the foregoing and the sentiment expressed in all sec- tIons of the city everything points to an Immense gathering and the greatest success In the history of the local Hibernians The weekly meetings of the picnic ommittee that have been held at D Colemans have shown that there Is much Interest in the coming field day and picnic Every division has been represented at these meetings not by one member but by three or four The four division Secretaries eport a good sale of tickets and if the rank and file keep up the good work thereby encouraging the officers and committee it will be the most successful affair ever given by the Hibernians both from a financial apd beneficial standpoint The entries for the different games and contests arc coming in apldly and Chairman Thomas Dolan eports that he will have a pro ramme that is bound to please and attract In response to so many repeated requests the hammer throw nnd running broad jump have been added to the list of athletic events and anyone desiring to enter these can do so by notifying Mr Dolan at 2127 Portland avenue That there will be fun galore is certain The prwgramine includes hirteen events the most amusing of which will be the egg race for ladles 1he sack race and the fat mens race BesIdes there will be a number of pecial attractions and amuscmeius In the park where young and old can spend a pleasant hour before or fter the games and there will also be a plentiful supply of refreshments suitable for the occasion As but another week remains every llbernian in the city should do somethIng to swell the crowd Each member has received a book of tickets which should be disposed of which would assure an attendance of over 5000 but the officers and committees will be greatly disap pointed if there is not double that umber in attendance This order has been quietly but effectively doing a great work in our midst for many ears past and it will be but a small appreciation to attend this celebration The admission will be only ten cents and no charge will be made to wItness any of the contests Thus far thirteen fielei events have been put on the programme and If they fill out others will be added As now arranged they are as follows under boysfourteenFiftyyards dash for girls under ageEggPotato race for boys not over ageSackThe following events will be con fined to entries from Catholic soc tlesFat mens race Shot put High jump Hundredyard dash Relay race- Hammer throw Hop step and jump jumpTug J A i l I aNrUcI LJ1II AMERJOAN za KENTUCKY IRISH MERlGflN Devoted to the Moral end Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers I SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the Loulivllle Pololllce H Second Ctasa flatter Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Creel Stt UN10N TRADES user COUNCIL 190OUISVILhB7 LEND YOUR HELP The people of Louisville and Ken lucky should rally to the support of So the Kentucky AntiTuberculosis ciety It Is stated that there are today 2000 sufferers from this dread t disease in Louisville alone This Is n startling condition of affairs and- societycitizen should lend theevery all the aid possible in stamping out this terrible lIfo destroyer The great need of the society just now is means with which to prosecute its philanthropic work and it is to be earnestly hoped there will be a gen erous response to the appeal just is sued by those who era blessed with the means to do so A more worthy charity does not exist WILL NOT FUSE S During the past week conferences between committees representing and County Committee the Republican City and the City Club so promIn- ent in the fusion movement of two have been heM for theyears ago of determining the course purpose in the coming theywould pursue election After much deliberation the conclusion was reached by the Re publicans that as an election for State officers was involved the pre fusion the lead ent was no time for ers believing it to be their duty to nominate and place under the log cabin a straight party ticket They may h wever places thereon the Democrats who have namns of some left their party From present Indications there will be but two tickets this fall for voters to select from The time is fast approaching when the nomina tions will be made and until then it would be lidle to make any prediction as to which will win It is most certain however that Democrats and Itcpublicans will put forward their strongest men and that the contest once started will be pushed with vigor WITHOUT INTEREST Thb visit of Lang Edward to Ireland this week is without incident other than the quiet reception arranged by Dublin Castle authorities and other Government officials The people generally were unconcerned though at all times and in all places strictly orderly and respectful Both King and Queen wore the national color of Ireland but this occasioned little enthusiasm King Edward congratulated the country upon the progress and prosperity indicated by the Dublin Exposition He said his stay must be briefer than he could have wished but he intended to make the most of it the prosperity of the country and the happiness and con tentment of the people being objects very near to the hearts of both himself and the Queen- FIGHTING STRENGTH When the announcement was mad that the Navy Department had docld cd to send the Atlantic fleet to the Pacific a well known navy officer was beaskedthe outcome of this oversea transfer of sixteen battleonlps The officer must be quoted anonymously as un der the departments recent stringent t order the wearers of navy blue mllst not talk for publication The Chances are he said that Japan will seize the Philippines and declare war bofoio thE fleet has been one week at sea The serious blunder was made when tho battleships that were stationed out there were with drawn Instead of withdrawing them the force should have been gradually but unobtrusively augmented That may be an extreme view of the danger of an early clash But It Is betraying no confidence to say that the vast majority of those In the na val service have long been of the opinion that sooner or later the Japanese situation would reach a crisis If that crisis Is so soon to come It will be a bit reassuring to Americans to know they are ahead In fighting strength and that a comparison of tho two fleets shows that this country commands a larger and better equip ped navy than that of Japan These of the At are the sixteen battleships lantic fleet which It Is said that the Government will send around the Horn Into Pacific waters The vessels are all of modern construction some in fact are such recent additions to the fleet that their crews have not Mt had aa opportunity to fire the 3But the fleet as a whole Is the st formidable one that Is now uhered under any one flag In any tern of the world Many GermanAmericans ROW rev lirig in Germany are In a state of ty over the new cltlMDlltlplaW k ent into effect July J The Ik of the law which Is re sponsible for their worries is tha reading as follows When any nat uralized citizen shall have resided two years in the foreign state fro which he came it shall be presume that he has ceased to be an American citizen and his place of general abode shall be deemed his place of residence during the said two years I As passports henceforth will bo is sued only within the confines of the United States instead of at embassies and consulates as heretofore these subjects of Uncle Sam who have settled down to spend the afternoon of their lives In the land of their birth are filled with concern lest the day of their American citizenship may be nearing an end The speed with which automobiles are being run upon Louisvilles streets has aroused much adverse comment and unless modified serious accident will yet result Children crossing or playing In the streets are in great danger of being run over as at the rate many are run it would be impossible to stop them within n reasonable distance More attention should be given this matter and all violators arrested and heavily fined I Judge Lnndis who has been conducting an Inquiry at Chicago into the standing and financial resources of the Standard Oil Company had John D Rockefeller before him last Saturday but was unable to gain much information from the wily old oil magnate He told however who the active officers were and their examination will doubtless lead to more satisfactory results Gov Beckhnm this week appointed Randolph H Blain to the vacant City Court Judgaship The appointee is a well known lawyer of high stand ing and was for many years attorney for the Louisville School Board Those who know him best say he possesses every qualification for the position nnd will make an exemplary Judge one who will ad minister the law tn nil alike Mayor Eugene Schmitz convicted In the San Francisco courts of extortion was on Monday sentenced to five years imprisonment by Judge Dunne When sentence was pronounced unusual scenes were en acted in the court room It being im possible for some time to prevent the outburst of Applause that fol lowed the last words of the Judge Up to Thursday night Coy Beck ham had not announced his appointees for the General Council and until this is done neither Mayor Bingham nor Judge Lincoln will make any appointments It Is freely predicted that nearly nil the present officials will retain their places I W GREAT CROWD Should Attend the Outing Po St Michaels Church at Scunlngs The ladies and gentlemen of St Michaels church on Brook street are extending invitations to all their friends to come to the picnic and out Ing to be given next Tuesday at Sennings Park at the tend of the Thirdstreet car line The followin ladies head the committees in charge Mrs Nona Corso Miss Marl McBride and Mrs Harry Fields Assisted by the men they have made every arrangement for a day of real pleasure to which will be added an excellent dinner at a nominal price Plenty of amusements are promised for all who attend and a number of valuable prizes will be awarded Since taking charge of St Michaels church Father OConnor has worked very hard to improve the conditions in his little parish and deserves the hisheartyandstrugglegood time is In store for all who tend I PROMOTED TO SERGEANT The Board of Metropolitan Police Commissioners of New Albany has promoted Patrolman James McLaugh lin to the rank of Sergeant and he went on duty in that capacity last Wednesday night It is gratifying to know that the promotion was not made through any political pull but was for merit alone For the next few weeks Sergeant McLaughlin will perform detective duty ANNUAL CHARITY OUTING I The annual charity outing giyen Iunder the auspices ofthe Sprlngbank Club is announced for the White City next Thursday wheu everybody at tending will have a chance oil a piano worth 400 Promise is made that this affair will surpass the very enjoyable barbecues that made the Springbank people famous and didlo much tit charity 4- b cN 04 SOCIETY g S8S33 Miss Josie Hickey has returned from a visit to friends at Worthvllle Miss Katie Olecson of First street has just returned from a visit to Chicago Mm J T Brady and son of Portland have been visiting friends at Frankfort Miss Mollie Murphy will leave to morrow for Chicago for a two weeks visit with relatives Mr and Mrs Jack Laffan and chi spendtn Miss Mary Del Murphy spent a themMerkleydMrs Ben B Schieman has returned from Lebanon after n delightful visit with Mrs W E Merkley Miss Llllle Burns ot Clifton and a party of friends left Monday for a vacation at White Mills Dan Brennan Jr of 1010 West Madison street is spending his vaca lion with friends in Cincinnati Misses Mary and Anna Voigt of Jeffersonvllle have gone to Estill Springs for a stay of two weeks liars Dalton and wife and chil dren of Oakdale have been spending the week with relatives near Coving ton Louis Kleffer and Gus Vacca will return today from a two weeks vaca tion spent at New York and the Kant Mrs W G ORourke and children visitingMrsfor a week A Col Henry Bosq jfandihis estima ble wife leave tomorrow ojsjigadtwo- weeks in rest andrecreation ttSweet Sulphur Springs Miss Jeanette Dannenhold lef Thursday for Detroit where she wllp spend the rest of the month with friends and relatives Miss Lucille OBrien has been spending several days with Miss Kathleen Cunningham at her homo back of Jacob Park Mrs Ben Spellman and little son of Terre Haute Ind were for the past week the guests of Miss Margaret Maloney in Portland Edward Junker a prominent cit izen of Duluth Minn has been here as the guest of his slater Mrs Henry Thieman at Oakdale Miss Katie Phelan of 1421 Seventh street has gone to Trenton N J where she will spend several weeks visiting friends and relatives Mrs Rosa Ansbach prominent in the Hibernian Ladles Auxiliary has gone to Chicago to spend a month with her sister Mrs Childress Mr and Mrs J J Donohue whose marriage was announced in this col umn will be at home to their friends at 1508 Coral avenue after July 19 The many friends of Cornelius J Lane will be sorry to learn that there has been no favorable change in his condition and that he is very seriously ill Mrs Walter Glover nnd Miss Marie Glover will leave today for New York and will sail next Tuesday for Europe They will spend most of their time while abroad In France Mr and Mrs Al Kolb and family Mr and Mrs Henry Reeb and their son Henry left Tuesday for White Mills where they will spend their vacation returning home about Aug 1rMrs John S Murphy and daughter Miss Allne Murphy of Germantown Pa have been the guests of Mrs Murphys parents Mr and Mrs Lawrence Richardson of 1235 Second street Will Llston traveling Inspector for the Pullman Palace Car Company with headquarters in Chicago is at his old home in Jeffersonville where thegcritical illness of his Misses Nan Murray Mayme Dieck mann Cora Klelber and Barbara Dieckmann of New Albany formed n party that left last Saturday to spend several weeks with friends at Cincinnati Dayton and MIddletown Ohio Miss Mary Cummings of Beaver Falls Pa and Mrs Thomas Halpin of Muncie mad have been receiving much social attention here as the guests of Mr and Mrs J W McDermott 1011 East St Catherine street Misses Maude Mary and GenevIeve ODonnell Florence Reasor Elm Doherty Bertha Dock Lillian Hawley and Kate Herter of New Albany compose a party that left Tuesday for a tendays stay at Grayson Springs They will visit Mammoth Cave while away I Miss Kate Breslin Mrs M J Laughlin nee Breslin and her little daughter of Houston Texas are here visiting relatives and friends All of their old Louisville friends welcome them gladly and are only sorry that they can not make their visit a permanent one Mrs Frank Hill and son Charlton Hill are here from Houston Texas to spend the summer with Mrs Hills father Senator Albert H Charlton and other relatives When Mrs Bill returns to Houston she will be ac companied by her amiable and viva clous sister Miss Cleo Charlton Mr E Schaohmann a well known resident of the West End and en gftj din the bakery business at 8435 n Duncan street and his two little sons arrived home Tuesday from a three months European trip spent In Germany France and Switzerland His home Is thronged nightly by friends who welcome him back The Sacred Heart church was the scene of a pretty and happy wedding Wednesday morning when Miss Dalton became the bride of lateIFlanagan Both are popular in circle and a large gathering of friends assembled to witness the ceremony which was performed by andIgroommoon in the East and after July 20 they will be at home to their friends at 1536 Twentieth street- CORNCORDIA Popular Singing Society Promises Friends on En joyable Bxcurslon Tomorrow morning thE Concordia Singing Society will give it sexcur sion to Cinnelion Ind via Hawes vllle over the Henderson route the rate for which will be only 125 for the round trip Including ferry transportation from Hawesvllle to Can nelton and return The train leaves the Tenthstreet station at 745 oclock nnd returning leaves Hawes ville at 8 oclock bringing the ex cursionists back to Louisville about 11 The Concordla Singing Society has given many excursions and always offered their patrons the best accommodations be obtained giving general satisfaction to large crowds Wlttmars Park near Can nelton has been engaged where meals will be served for twentyfive cents and where the Con ordla willii give a free concert In the afternoon Folks from the surrounding country will be there and It promises to be splendid outing Messrs C Wiegan- and J J Mueller have made strong efforts In arranging for this excursion and to make it convenient for patrons in all parts of the city tickets have been placed on sale at ifche following places ConcordIa Hall Hancock and Jefferson Jos Hub u 1 Sons 1120 West Market Hub buck si 524 West Market Kautf Sal 45 Tjest Market J J Mueller i as iurket J B Kup per Flf Gut and roadway AIlg- Holzknechtr Selk Brilloadwa Henry BOise 1Son ti22 ast Green Jos Rademaker Twenythird and Market and William Otte Shelby end Mulberry PATRICK IIANLON RESIDENT SiANAGER Patrick J Hanlon for the past five years the popular and successful manager of the National Tobacco Works at Seventeenth and Broadway has been promoted and made res ident manager for the American To bacco Company succeeding the late Charles C Vogt With twenty years experience in the tobacco business and illhig1Uintho bottom to the top Manager Hanlon possesses every requirement for his responsible posi- tIon The thousands of employes who know him best are much pleased over lids promotion WILL MEAN SUCCESS Satolli Council Y M I at its regular meeting on Monday evening elected William A Perry ns delegate to the Kentucky Grand Council which meets next month at Owens boro Steps were also taken which mean the future success of the council arrangements now being made to secure other quarters further South and make n canvass of th members formerly connected with Logan Council which several years ago was one of the best in the city Several who were oflcers and memo bers have already voiced their in tention of joining Satolli as soon as they secure their new quarters ORPHANS HOME FESTIVAL The annual summer festival and picnic for the benefit of St Josephs Orphans Home is announced to take place on Wednesday August 7 This is an event In which all charitable people take interest and thousands participate in the festivities The arrangements and programme arc being made by officers and members of the St Joseph Orphan Home So ciety composed of the leading Ger man Catholic men of Louisville ENVIABLE RECORD I Miss Adele Louise Moritz the little daughter of Mrs John J Moritz of Frankfort avenue received the general excellence medal at the St Frances of Rome school she having established the record of not missing a day at school or Sundayschool In two years Rev Father Thomas White in his address made special mention l her splendid record WORTH PLAYING FOR Tickets are being disposed of rapidly for the afternoon and evening euchre to be given by the Southern Club on Thursday July 18 ntthe lawn and residence of Mr and Mrs Joseph Meehan 1824 Sixth street Many handsome prizes will be of fered to the fortunate winners prizes that are well worth striving for The ladies and gentlemen of the club deserve all the support they can get as the entire proceeds will be devoted to charity CHANGE OF PASTOR The Rev Father William A Joch um who has been In charge of St Bernards church at Rockport Perry county Ind for the past ten years has been transferred to Starlight Clark county and will assume hie- duties at once He Is a zealous priest and shepherd and It was with feel ags of regret that the people of Rock port parted with him III PICNIC AND FIELD DAY GIVEN BY THE Ancient Order of Hibernians IAtNinaweb Park Monday July 22 Every Catholic Society in the Three Falls Cities Is Respectfully Solicited- to Participate in the Field Day Events CentsparentsI KNIGHTS OF fiOLllMBllS Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The Columbian is urging the elec tion of John Qillesple Ewing of Indiana to the office of Supreme I Knight at the coming natIonal coun ell I Damien Council of Mauch Chunk Pa unanimously voted 500 to the I new Church of the Immaculate Con RevdT J Since the institution of the order at Sheridan Wyo every Western town of importance has its council the gap that existed between Ne braska and Butte Mont now being filled Senvcntyflvc candidates were initiated last week at Port Arthur Can Knights from Duluth and Su perior chartered a steamer and rep resentatives were present from Win nipeg Ottawa and several other placesLarge crowds attended the cele bration of the Colorado Springs council on July 4 The parade In the morning was an imposing one and the address by Hon M C lIar rington of Denver on Catholic Patriotism in America won for him new laurels as an orator and scholar FONTAINE FERRY FEATURES Fontaine Ferrys many amusement features are all of the sort that afford the visitor opportunity to cool off No more popular spot about the grounds is to be found than Hopkins Pavilion the cool and spacious summer theater where many of the best vaudeville acts in the country are being brought this summer The programme ar ranged for next week is one that seems to promise much for local vaudevilllans as there are a number of unsurpased turns on the bill Park patrons will be pleased with the engagement for another week of Prof Erllnger and Miss Beatrice Fisher who will again be heard as soloists in the dally free band concerts Another grand fireworks display will be given tonight as a special free attraction I TRYING OPEN AIR TREATMENT Miss Virgle Andrlott daughter of care riage builder who has become help less through long illness has been removed to Ohio Falls where she will live in a tent and be given open air treatment until bad weather sets in Miss Andrlott befoe her illness was greatly admired in the West End and her host of friends hope the change may prove beneficial and release her from her long suffering IMPROVING The many friends of Patrolman James Welsh of the Fourth district will be greatly pleased to learn that his condition is reported much im proved For several months he has been confined to his home at Twen tythird and Bank streets suffering from a complication of diseases and for a time considerable anxiety was felt for his recovery HINTS ON STYLE I The printed silk mulls are beauti ful and the embroidered batistes and Swisses defy description The all white embroidered Swisses sire always modish and servicetble and there are may pretty new de signs In these popular materials Felt hats in white and light colors reproduce all of the outing shapes popular in straw but have hardly the vogue of the soft flexible straws Embroidered Swisses and batistes showing delicate color in the de signs are many but must be seen to be appreciated One pretty Swiss has a ground of white striped with closely set black hair lines and Is sprinkled with pale blue embroidered dots of wafer size One of the most pronounced fads of the season in the province of the outing hat is the Panama hat rolling up from the face in front and down in the back and trimmed in a scarf wound around the crown and tied in a soft careless bow at the back or at one side of the back Colored slips In many different shades are necessary for the summer outfit Batiste slips are softer in effect than silk and for many oc casions more satisfactory for they can be laundered instead of being sent to the cleaners which is the only possible way of freshening one of silk In trimming skirts of light fab vies the prevalent fashion of folds at the hem for which IB used any o uC n NINAWEBI PARKLOUISVILLES PLEASURE RESORT NOW OPEN FOR CHURCH AND SOCIETY PICNICS Improved and beautified and with every modern attraction including restaurant theater dancing pavilion roller coaster merrygoround laughing gallery and many other novelties Societies and churches will find this tho ideal place to hold their summer outings PARK ELECTRICALLY ILLUMINATED For Dates and Terms Address H J Summers 1305 First Street Excursion to Hawesville and CanneltonV- ia HENDERSON ROUTE SUNDAY JULY 14 125 ROUND TRIP FERRY TRANSPORTATION INCLUDED Train leaves 10th Street Station at 745 a m Returning leaves Hawesvllle at 8 p m Given under auspices of Concordia Staging Society WHITE CITY TOcNew Electric ParklOc PROF RBAND 2 FREE CONCERTS DAILY FIVE FREE SHOWSThe link haines in the Cage of Death the Okabe Japanese family the Marvelous Gilmours Meda aged 18 weight 424 ounds Marie Ralfson the psychic onder FERRYlAINt THE PARK BEAUTIFUL ADMISSION FREE HIGHCLASS VAUDEVILLE 6STAR ACTS6 FREE BAND CONCERTS Afternoon and Night FREE OUTDOOR ATTRACTIONS Other Popular Features PHOENIX HILL PARKI Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimproeda with new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the man agement of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenu 261 W Jiflinon 51 Both Telephone 1050 All orders receive prompt attention aw satisfaction guaranteed OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9 TO 12 I DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done for the least money Oar Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJao C Lewis Co HENRY A 1 1J1J PPULSU DYER AND CLEANERI Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED pee fan 528 Fifth Street I thing substantial such as taffeta satin or velvet is a welcome one for practical reasons This vulnerable part ota dancing frock is not so open to destruction and when soiled 1 can be replaced with but small labor by anyjseamstressu tJCC a IS n u CUTPRICE TIME O- NDutchess r 4 Trousers A- TLEVYS 150 Grades 98c 250 Grades 148 300 Grades 198 350 Grades 248 400 Grades 298 500 Grades 348 600 Grades 398 IOcFor every button that comes off I Or another pair free1I if they rip eefO- 1ZFurniture I Of all kinds at tbe lowest prices Qo to WM F MAYER 419 W MARKET STREET t Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CRfAM CO1 MANDFACTDRBH8 OF PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to pnt a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competi tore 627633 EIGHTH ST Independent of All Undertakers AGNESSMITHhADY Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty Office 84W Payne St Both 1 once r vr J v- SE NTiTOIiY IRISH A1 1RI01 let IeI THIS IS THE LAST WEEKIC I OF THE SACRIFICE SALEII ATCC I THE BIG STORE I I I Every suit in the house is in this great sale I All departments have felt the sacrifice cutII Come now dont put it offII t THE BIG STORE 424 Fourth West Between Market and Filth SLII MILTON M MARBLESTONE dr CO I II I UR BIG PIANO SALE IS ON IN FULL BLAST PRICES REDUCED ON EVERY PIANO IN OUR STORE 250 Pianos 175 350 Pianos 275 275 Pianos 200 400 Pianos 325I300 Pianos 225 450 Pianos 375 325 Pianos 250 500 Pianos 425 A STOOL AND SCARF GIVEN FREE WITH EACH PIANO EASY PAYMENTS IF DESIRED MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated osssooo FOURTH AVENUE I HHHUUUuuO QJ 45c A POUND For Black Green or Mixed Tea For ICED TEAWhy pay more for n6 better goods We GUAKAN TEE ours to be fresh fragrant and entirely satisfactory packageAlsoMulloys Special Freshly Roasted Coffee 3 Ibs for 50- cMULLOY COFFEE ROASTER a Home Pbont 1333 SZl14r w MA12IEDI lTIaICET bS- lti HH tTii6 Giias fle Rogers BOOK col4 PRAYER BOORS AND ROSARIES + TO SUIT EVERY TASTE + Give ve a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the 2C finest of their kind in the city TO BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 34 W Jefferson Street + C + e0 QQQpp + + pQ f CONST TINE KOLLROS CHorus Orchestra and Military Band Conductor MUSIO STUDIO Piano Violin Cornet and Composition 2304 W MARKET STREET LOUISVILLE KY Terms at the studio Piano or Violin lessons 45 min ute 1 lesson per week 2 per month Cornet 30 min utes 1 lesson per week 2 per month Above lessons at pupils residence 4 per menth Harmony and compo sition 2 per hour Lesson hours 8 to 12 a m 2 to G and 7 to 10 pRegular session begins 1st Monday in September ends last day in June Summer session begins 1st Mondav in Julv ends last dav in August Lesson Hours 715 a m to 1 p m SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO BEGINNERS LARGEST AND BESTI- N THE OITY UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY S GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732 T N SHEPARD pr idnt MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN oIoIoZoI IoZ IoIoIoI Shorthand and TypewritingIttaUbbed Reliable System as taught at this institution la a valuable acquisition to any person A stepping stone employmentSpencerian t COMMERCIAL SCHOOLWIN OTKCEI HerU1LleTomer Harris Spencer LOUISVILLE KY 1jtw1 lTSIWn Iy I MMANNON PBANNONJR H M WOLTRIND RBBANNON PrMgr VlctPria Secretary Treasurer PPBDDDD Sewer Pipe Coos Silt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe Bannoas Parent Lidded Pipe for Steam CoadaUs Wall Coping Drain Tllet VItrified Street Pavlag Brick lire PreeMag Flue Pipe Flue Lining IJre Brick Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Cay Chimney Tops Lawa Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSONrB- LHPHOHHe73 ORKS I3th and Lexington and Mignoll Ave Bet pth and loth iW TBLBPHONB 2833 t a Ike UIU- u A A n Dontforget OneiOneEight 8 OUR PHONE NUMBER 00 0 BACOR e SON MARKET BET1THIRDANDFOURTHINCORPORATED 3000 SHIRT WAISTS I m AT PRIOESiiInventory is near at hand You know it is easier and requires less time to money than stock and the object of this sale is to convert our stock of Shirt Waists into money as quickly as we can IThis clearance sale involves Waists of description in all the desirable rials The trimmings are most beau ievery Some are more gorgeous than others all are expressive of excellent taste tucked making the varietywe have also a liberal styles 5 all in all unsurpassable Some others open back in sizes of from 32 to 44 bust measure i98c and 125 150 and 175 WAISTS WAISTS 7Sc Each 98c Each I 6 00 Shirt Waist Suits for 298 These handsome Shirtwaist Suits come in a big va riety of white and colored lawns and dotted Swiss The waists are either tailor plaited or nicely trimmed in lace and embroidery the skirts are made very full and are o trimmed to match the waists reduced from 500 298 and 600 to HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- New5 Notes Another auxiliary has just been instituted at Richmond Va The Ladles Auxiliary of Meridei Conn has a membership of 525 Each division should guaranie several entries to the athletic events Boston Hibernians will prom iwnt part in the exercises durlni old home week Every member should attend the meetings ar keep posted on the do- Ings of o ir grand old order Nearlyc every division in New Ilanipshtfe has a fine strong box and ill average membership of 175 If every member disposes of his book of tickets it will mean a big success and boom for the order The Boston Ladies Auxiliary tellm will confer the degrees on a large class ot Brighton next Wednesday The Fourth of July celebration of the Denver Hibernians was attends by visitors from all over the Stat If we make the picnic a succesS it will mean renewed life for eery division and also the ladies aux mary San Francisco Hibernians held a monster picnic and field day July 4 Prizes aggregating 2000 were awardedThe mass for decease members of the Hartford division was held Monday morning at st Peters church Division 3 will have much business to transact next Thursday night when the members will receive a visit from the field day games com mitteeThe division of Dorchester Mass are engaged in a friendly rivalry iIn membership Each is striving to add at least 100 members before January 1 nextThe Boston Hibernian says there IIIs 10 doubt but that National President Cummings will visit the Falls CIties when he makes his trip to Ohio IIn SeptemberThe at Port Huron Mich las recently added to its membershl a number of the prominent men oC St Stephens parish and is enjoying 1i prosperous growth Hast Sunday there was a gren mass meeting of Vermont Hibernian it Rutland State officers and organizers from adjoining States were present and delivered stirring ad IressesDivision 2 meets next Fridaynni President Con Ford wants all tin members present as they will lieai something to their interest us we1 1 as receive their assignments fir tin field day- Elaborate preparations are being made for the annual field day of the rand Rapids divisions on August 6 A feature will be the picnic dinner superintended by the Ladles Auxiliary The Ladles Auxiliary will meet text Wednesday night All who car ihould attend as they will have op ortunlty for taking part in a movement that should greatly Increase their treasury Cincinnati will Initiate a large class upon the occasion of the visit of the National President In September Vhy not go earnestly to work and do the same here With proper effort the four divisions could augment their membership by several hundred The Massachusetts State Board has presented Mother Superior Fabian the new head of the Hamilton eights Home a check for 900 The organization wished to show its appreciation of the work being done at thlsf6ubstantialway HURT BY FALL Martin Dugan the Venerable father ofr Frank and Martin J Dugan is reported resting easy at St Josephs Infirmary although not entirely out of danger the unfortunate man Wl10 is seventyfive years old and a retired member of the police force vas last weak found in his room un onsclous with his hip dislocated Uowhe Was injured is not known but it is thought he had gotten out of bed to get a drink of water niB roans attracted the attention of the 200 and 250 275 and 300 i150 Each 198 Each i400 Shirt Waist Suits for 198 These Shirtwaist Suits arc of polka dot and checked lawns and of white India Linon The waists are neatly piped and trimmed in and lace iThe skirts are full flared trimmed to match or with wide folds to close out before stocktaking the price in stead of 400 is e 00001 0 + O iOrtyttvi0 members of the household and medi cal aid was Immediately summoned when he was removed to the in firmary Mr Dugan resided with his son Frank at 1146 Sixth street AVHITE CITY TURNS The free vaudeville Ijtjl at the White City next will surpass even the high ciass list of I which ne offered this attractionsII I Marie Ralfson the Psychle Wonde popular resort There will be five big free acts in addition to the free concerts daily by Prof heels Ital ian band The turns which will be offered next week are as follows Marie Ralfson the woman with the mysterious power The OKabt Family of Japs in aerial stunts time marvelous Gilmour family in trapeze and gymnatlc performance and the Tinkhams in a thrilling mo tor bicycle race in a slatted cage RESOLUTIONS OP CONDOLENCE At the last regular meeting of Branch 4 Catholic Knights and La dies of America held at Bertram Hall the following tribute and reso lotion reported by William J Con nelly and Emily Conroy und Mollle T Burke were adopted in memory of the late Miss Mary OSullivan Whereas In the death of Miss Mary OSullivan Branch 4 C K and L of A has lost one of its most conscientious members whose pure Christian life and beautiful devotion to her family and friends was an in spiration to all who knew her there fore be It- Resolved That to the bereaved pa rents brothers and sisters Branch 4 extends Its most heartfelt sympathy and that the foregoing be adopted as the expression of Branch 4 Resolved That these resolutions be published in the Kentucky Irish American a copy sent the bereaved family and that same be entered in the minutes of this meeting ENTIRELY RECOVERED Mrs William Chawk Ui William Chawk Jr and Dr John T Chawk have entirely recovered from the ef fects of their ptomaine poisoning which they sustained Monday at din ner by eating cabbage which it Is supposed was tainted with Paris green All three were dangerouslyI ill and their physicians say that it was a fortunate escape MOVED UP HIGHER Walter R Hensley for some years connected with the traffic dpartl ment of the Loulsvlll Henderson and St Louis railroad has been ap pointed car accountant of that line and his many railroad friends are pleased over his promotion Always accommodating and at their service Mr Henley has baccme very popular with shippers and patrons of the Henderson route who predict that It will not be long until he is moved up still higher lJ- I M- c e- We Serve ithe Best SodaWaterin 0at 5c 0Glass CLEARANCE counti mat assortmen1of toko very iWAISTS WAISTS made embroidery only198 wceit memorial IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events CulJel From Exchanges Along the south and west coast of Cprk the mackeral fishing this season has been a complete failure Rev II Kcilor formerly curate of Achonay has been appointed rector of Fillanley parish in Klllala diocese Owen Hickey one of the oldest res- Idents of Ardee is dead from the infirmities incident to his advanced yearsPast records have been broken during the last two weeks in the number of American and IrishAmerica tourists arriving at Queenstown The sale of the Northlands estate at Shercock has fallen through neither landlord nor tenants being disposed to move from their first positionThe Conservative Association nominated Joseph Mitchell as a candidate for the vacancy caused iin the Water Board by the death of the late William Ross Justice M J Murphy of Tramor is to be presented with an address and silver cup in recognition of 11Is past services as Secretary qf the Waterford Agricultural Society The tenants on the Barry estate near Macroom have decided not I to pay rents until the Estates Commli nioners have taken practical steps to reinstate the evicted tenants on the propertyMiss OMalley daughter iof Owen OMalley of Westport was professed a nun in the chapel at Cached to the Convent of Mercy at Balllnrobe taking in religion the name of Sister Mary Joseph At the Armagh petty sessIons four persons named Harland lilac Thomas Blakely Ambrose Mollo and James OConnell were each sentenced to a months imprisonment for the larceny of two hens County Court Judge Francis Brad In receiving white gloves at the Jnst quarter sessions said it was a fac worth noting that not a single prisoner had been tried before him at Dungnnnon during the past year The unexpected death of Jame Quinn caused feelings of profound regret in Ballybay and vicinity Deceased was a well known farmer and was universally respected An immense cortage and forty vehicle followed the remains to the cemetery A great Nationalist demonstration vlll take place at Castleblaney 01 August 15 Messrs John Redmond John Dillon Joseph Devlin Willian ledmond William McKlllop and others prominent in the United Irish League hove been invited and wil deliver addresses An accident of a most serious character happened on the road at Drum rfehan A man named Conlan wai oming with a horse and cart iron lallybay when the animal tool right and there being no fence art horse and occupants were tumbled into the adjoining meadow ni distance of over thlrtyfeet The three persons In the cart werethrowr n considerable distance from the cart and Juckily escaped without many injuries but the horse was killed instantly One of the oldest Inhabitants of the village of Ballybay has passed way In the person of Mrs Anne Ireenan The deceased who was close on 100 years lived in a snug ittle cottage Her family are all in the United States and would send her a remittance constantly She scarce ever known to be un Ivas and retained her faculties unto last She remembered the great airs of Ballytroln and saw it a hive of industry with the loom and the pinning wheel- UNITY COUNCIL ELECTS Unity Council Y MJ of New Albany has eletced Fred C Relsz James Ashabrenner and Andrew Inkebeln delegates to the Indiana State Council which is to meet in- New Albany next month with representatives from all sections of the State The business sessions will be- Stin Josephs Hall on Eighth street and at least a hunred officers and legates are expected to attend e fJ i JAMES NNNONN GREENE 425 427 AND 429 EAST MARKET STREET r FurnitureCarpets Rugs i Stoves RangesZI 0 LOWEST PRICES 2 0 BEST TERMS i Homes Furnished Complete Now is the time to take up the house furnishing question Come in and let us show you the many features of our immense assortment We think we can convince you that it is to advantage here We would invite your special attention toour stock of Carets which range in quality from the cheapest ingrain to the finest velvet If you will but visit our store you will readily realize that there will always be found the best values at Greenes Satisfaction of the kind that satisfies marks every transaction In fact we dont consider a deal closed unless- the customer is absolutely satisfied Fully prepared to furnish your home we can safely say a larger liner or more varied stock can not be found When you buy from us you have the satisfaction of knowing that every article is exactly as represented made in the most substantial manner finish and design perfect N tt+ NONNOONNNNNONNN FINE JEWELRYWe are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Call and see our display of Handsome Silverware BRUNNJTHE JEWELER 530 West Market Street 0 xoo ry By reason of being out of the high rent district we are able to SAVE YOU A DOLLAR on each pair of shoes you buy X 400 Values for 300 i 350 Values for 250 i Haager Shoe Store 307 WEST JEFFERSON I + x QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has been universally acknowledged as tbe best gas range in the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made tolast The new improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made our 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND THE ONLY SHOEPOLISH ADE IN THE SOUTH FOR SALE BY ALL DEALERS FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HBADQUARTJ FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the beat the market affords in Choice Cuy of Beef Spring Lamb Pork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Best and Palest Lard in the- productcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY Albert T SchranzI- N Go REAL ESTATE ALL ITS BRANCHES ONEY TO LOANCUMB PHONE MAIN 27y Roam II j Law Bldg Center and Green DR JT CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered lootj nsOffice 1007 W Broadway FORCE 913915 SEVENTH ST IIH PINE WINES mLUIPO AL KOli3345 West Green Street LIRIIORB moAltI I r 4 r t- rr Iw w RlNTUCKY rAltJERIOANJ THE LOUISVILLE H Home Telophomo Company r OFFERS ONLY THE I BEST SERVICE I A- NDPOPULAR AT RATESI- TS I MERITS BEYOND QUESTION 8iBE SURE TO CALL FOR s McKENNA j WHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE r I H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky g gJ J- D1 H H + ++ + H H H DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT + 4DOUGHERTY McELUOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers I f Both Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1 All Calls Answtnd Promptly Day or Night It 1231 WEST MARKET STREET JI I I HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Main Street Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for AH Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 81O iIdI F tI I i0 FiIi i0 liiiiI I IK J B TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 383 L t TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Carrt eLinui doa 1531 W MARKET STREET H J J J J J J itJ +aII I J 1 rJ J+J rHHrHJ J I I THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All call promptly attended to day or night Carriage lurnUbed for all occasion I 1225 W MARKET ST PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sitters of Mercy of Jeflersouville Ind own and manage a private hospital for the cart and treatment of insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very rear enable Pot further particulars apply 0 MOTHER MARY REGIN HERCY HOSPITAL o Spirits Arcane Jeffersoavlile lad f Hre jroar boys aa educatloa that will preitiles for life ST XAVIERS COLLEQ 1 law Broadway LonlSYlll Ky Conducted by tbeXaretiaa Brother Cteacfe PrepareiDeo1I8ftmeat l PETER M ANDRJOT SONS WAG N MANUFACTURERB Girrlage Repairing and Rubter Tires ZOB AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET MANHATTANRESTAURANT I AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT b04 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO E VENT Preprll raid aad Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGEI H N LOUIS WA8NITZ CO 339 PrrlltorsSTREgT II U L I t +J JJJ IL111 1 L 1 LLi LL 1 1 1 1 11 11 111 1 11 1 S 1 1 1 LILI 1 1J 1r Li S 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 f fGWETisy iiRDERDD- n Mn nMss jL + f fizH GOOD lIS i I AA- I tY s- tY n AA- I WORKf s ieiI4 I I OJ z nnn H- cs t At 1 t- nni iis Kentucky Irish American ti zs B OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREETii t- N N NN t iiiiiiiiiNH x xNN rxN= = WILL CHANGE Both Night of Meeting and Meeting Hall Next Month Beginning next month Division 4 O II will meet at Odd Fellows Hall Sixth and Walnut streets on the second and fourth Mondays teach of I month instead of the ui fourth Wednesdays as sccondII fore It was iintended to ihtJ1 month but as the fourth Monde will be the picnic date it was decided to hold a special meeting previous to the picnic to give the members an opportunity of making ticket rea and accordingly a meeting wll be held at Bertrand Hall Sixth street near St Catherine on Friday July 10 and President McGinn urges all members to attend as different subcommittees for the picnic will be appointed Chairman Tom Dolan of the games committee was on hand at Divisloi 4s meeting Wednesday to solicit entries for the different events and after stating that the downtown members were training faithfully was taken off his feet when John Hennessy remarked that it was useless as the men from Limerick intend to sweep the platter clean nee turns for picnic ticKets are coming in nicely and every member of the division is taking an active interest which is the spirit that wins Divis on 4 now has about twelve candidates awaiting initiation two application being received Wednesday those of Sam Joyce and Thomas Cavanaugh DELEGATES To Kentucky Grand Counc Chosen by Trlnlly- Tuesday Trinity Council Y M I met Tues day evening and elected delegates to the Kentucky Grand Council whicl will be held at Owensboro next month John J Sullivan Sr Ed Wulf Dr G P Beutel Jr Vic Eck ert Andy Kieffer and James Kelly were nominated Messrs Sullivan Wulf and Kelly were chosen as the delegates and Beutel Eckert and Kieffer as alternates The election of John Sullivan was a well deserved one as he has been a pioneer works In Y M I ranks while Ed Wulf Trinitys popular Treasurer can al ways be depended upon to lead the ticket in an election As President Jos Conkling was de Lathed at another meeting until late Thos J Garvey was chosen to act as President and with the exception of getting a little twisted by calling the members fellow braves and broth er warriors did very well In th chair On account of inability to at tend the meetings regularly Ed Bos lor resigned as First Vice President much to the regret of the members who have great faith in Mr Bosler as- a hustler and faithful worker NOTED CLERICAL SCHOLARS THERE Milwaukee had as its guests this week the most distinguished body of Catholic clergymen who ever gathered In that city Among the num ber were Archbishops Farley Quig- ley Glennon and Blenk this being their first visit Others were the recently created Bishop Walsh of Boson Very Rev Thomas Shahan Rev Edward Pace and Father Yorke They were there to attend the BOS slons of the Catholic Educational Association of which Monsignor Connell of the Catholic University is the President The meeting opened Tuesday In Marquette University and did not adjourn until yesterday SISTERS RETREAT IGrent numbers of the Daughters of St Dominic arrived in Kentucky from Eastern and Southern points and last Sunday entered upon a nine days retreat at Sienna Heights Springfield The retreat is being conducted by Rev Father Clement M Thuente a noted missionary priest of the Dominican order Ken tucky Sisters will not begin their retreat until August 1 OUT FOR BIG DAY The Advisory Board of the Catholic Knights and Ladles of America met Wednesday night at the hall of Branch Chairman Thomas D Claire presiding Reports from all the Com mlttees showed that everything is moving satisfactorily and progress a I SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O lit- DIVISION 1 leets oln the Second and Fourth Friday Evenings of Each Month President Thomas D Clines Vice PresidentsJames J Kilkell Recording Secretary Thoma leenan Jr- Financlai Secretary P J Cusicl Courthouse Treasurer Charles J Finegan Sergeantatarms James Doran DIVISION 2 leets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of EaehMonth President Con J Ford Vice PresidentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Kelran Recording Secretary Joseph T synch Financial Secretary John T Keaa y DIVISON 3 leets on the First arid Third Thursday evenings of Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and MaiaPresidentJames Coleman Vice PresidentPhil Cavanaugh Recording SecretaryJohn Torrls- Financial Secretary John Hesslon 714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SergenntatarmsThomas Noon- DIVISION I 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl 1I0U Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial rcretaryB E OSulll van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerJoseph L Lenihan SergeantaiArmsWbert Mitchell Sentinei William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesda at Pfaus Hall County PresidentLouis ConsUo tinePresldentJohn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle o Recording Secret iry T OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy Treasurer Michael Kinney Marshall M Garrity Banner BearerJ G Cole Y 3VI I- MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Event gs at Club- House 630 Twentysixth Street PresidentrBen J Zand First Vice President John T Ken- ney Second Vice PresidentFrank Lan lanRecording Secretary Ben Reed Financial SecretaryFrank Q Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding SecretaryJoseph J HancQckTrensurerDanlel W Weber MarshalJohn Humphrey Inside Sentinel Adolphnb Andriot Outside Sentinel Gorge Bartsch Is reported all along the line for the C K and L of A day at the White CIty on Wednesday July 31 The board will meet again Monday night at the residence of Thomas Keenan when the final arrangements will bt completed All the Knights and Ladles have gone earnestly to worn and expect to have one of the big days of the season MRS KOLLROSS RUN OVER Just before going to press news of a sad accident to Mrs Constantine ollross wife of the well known music teacher and choir leader reached this office It was to the effect that she was run over by ia- strfiet cart Twentythird nnd Market and sustained Injuries that may cats her death She was dragged some stance and when taken from beneath the car it was found that her- body was awfully bruised and that one of her feet had been cut off PROCEEDS FOR HOSPITAL The Sewing Circle of St Edwards Hospital New Albany will serve the meals at the Chautauqua meeting at lemvood Park next month Tuesday night a meeting was held for the purpose of making the necessary arrangements The proceeds will be- for the maintenance of the hospital ENJOYING VACATION I Lieut Tom Fitzgibbons Lieut Edward Heffernan and Detective Edward Moran three of the bfest known id most trusted members of the ouisville police department are en tying their annual lea days vaci tlon 0 1 j LADIES IN CONTEST First Encampment of Catho lie Knights Uniform Rank Wednesday night Company C of he Catholic Knights of America hellI ID Interesting business meeting and card reports for the encampment o be held at Fern Grove on August 9 On that day every company of he Uniform Rank throughout th ountry is expected to hold its cele ration and nowhere will the 4ay e more appropriately observed than 1 Louislille The local Knights has hartered boats and arranged for ia jonster basket picnic for theIr trends at Fern Grove when in add Ion tQj 1he drills an elaborate pro rammeV amusements will be pre ented Cdnjsidernble enthusiasm was roused by the announcement thai our well knowriyoung ladies had en ered the contest for prizes offered hose selling the most tickets whit ill be inaugurated Monday This vIII be the first encampment pr out ig of the Uniform Rank here1 nnd 11e officers and members will lcav othing undone that would add U ts popularity and success r FRANCE LOSING I ropcrty Bequeathed to the Church For Special Purposes A number of suits have beer ought in France by the heirs of aiholics to recover property be ueathed to the church for the specific purpose of saying masses or the repose of the souls of dead erson The decision of the court thus far have invariably been in far of the claimants on the ground that the law of separation rendered the execution of the legacies impossible At Quimper a donation of sev lrnl thousand francs for masses for the repose of the soul of the testator was recovered by his heirs any It St Amant property bequeathet Ini 1850 for a similar purpose was ordered restored At Clvrny the tunicipality was required to restore srtain property bequeathed to it for thc girls seminary RAILWAY CLERKS DAY Local Division 23 of the Brotherhood of Railway Clerks will give ar outing at White City on Friday July 20i afternoon and evening This or animation although practically a new one in organized ranks is mak ing rapid gains in membership whicli the other labor bodies are proud to- see and a full turn out of the men who toll Is expected to help the pet ushers on that day LORETTINES IN CONVENTION Next Tuesday a convention of the iperiors and teachers of the Lor- etto Sisterhood whose headquarters are in Marion county will beheld at Kansas City The Lorettines are recognized as one of the greatest Catholic teaching orders in this country WILL MAKE A lilT Our well known local amateur median Andy Berg has received several flattering offers of late from Eastern theatrical agencies and It la expected that he will accept a con tract with one of them this fall Those who have seen Andy perform predict a bright future for him In his- chosen profession CONDITION IS CRITICAL MrV Martha Liston on of the best known women In Jeffersonville last onda suffered a stroke of paraly sill at hV home 120 East Chestnut street vv ere she now lies In a serious co dltlon She is an aged woman and her entire left side is affect d LAtvN FETE The Catholic Womans Club will entertain Us friends at a lawn fete to be given on Tuesday August 6 oni the pretty and spacious lawn surrounding the Toner home in the Ighlands for whifh extensive preparation Is now being made s7j llaSraI opera fi R asnweqi qo9 sl fUO1 pue6 ttl pas Joq 10 56108 ooooooe 8I9 010i- 1JA fi- ti 1 FRANK FEHR BREWING CO XNCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE RY C mb Phone Halo 1913 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Soldat all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED B- YACKERMANSENN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUXSVXLLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE IS3WO Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts ASK nor FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE jNOME PHONE 7569 CUMBpK JOHN IC FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET telephone 209 LOUISVILLE ICYs ASZ FOR DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MA- DEJOHNFOERTELCInwurorsnr- eoBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue SOTH PHONES 89i LOUISVILLE KY All the new Spring styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices HENRY HUNOLDDB- AIKR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRST CLASS SIMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty lIome Pkne 4330 540 W WALNUT HEBEMANN BRO IHIOR1KJUJ FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distlllen and Wholesale Dealers In Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whlskle especially PEARL OF NELSOB BOTTLED IN BOND Telepkeie 1948 234 Sixth Stress The people ybo succeed arethose who make use of each other r n Better be on the safe side and buy DIAMOND WALL PLASTER It is twenfy times stronger than lime and sand plaster and will1 stand twenty times thestrain it1 Kentucky Wall Plaster CO INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville K Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plaster Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 665 VINES LIQUORS CISAR VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch morningto 1 r y W illiliCI13in