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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I t i a F KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAt r IIVOLtJM XXLNO G LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 8 1908 PRICE FIVE Er1h ST DOMINIC To Be Honored at St Louts Bertrands by thel Faithful Followers of St Francis Will r Ofliciatc at the Solemn High Mass Brief Sketch of the First Saint to Preach the Holy Rosary FRIENDSHIP OfTWO ORDERS August 4 in the church calendar Is set down as St Dominics day but as that feast seldom falls on Sunday It is customary among the Domini cans in the United States to observe their saints day on the following Sunday Hence it is that the people of St Louis Bertrands parish will unite with the Dominican priests to morrow morning in celebrating the anniversary of the great St Dominic The main observance of the feast will be the celebration of solemn high mass at 1030 oclock St Dominic and St Francis of Assist were contemporaries and friends St Dominic wts born at Cnlaruega a small town in Old Castile in 1170 and St Francis was born at Assisi Italy one year later One founded the white robed Dominicans and the other the brown robed Franciscans The two orders have been not only friendly but hnveI aided each other in various ways dur ing the last seven centuries When the Dominicans celebrate St Dom inics day the Franciscans are called upon to officiate and when the fnst of St Francis is observed his follow ers invite the Dominicans to officiate in their churches Tomorrow then the solemn high mass at St Louis Bertrands will be celebrated by the Franciscan Fathers from St Bonifaces convent The officers of the mass will be the Rev Father Captstran Heltzmann celo brant Rev Father Hubert Kalt deacon and one of the Franciscan ec clesiastical students will be the sub deacon The panegyric of St Domjala will hapreaahedrbythbJl Father Hubert Kali O F M an elo quent and forceful pulpit orator The church will he tastefully decorated for the occasion and the Gregorian choir will render the music of the mass Biographers of St Dominic tell us that he came of a noble Castilian family and that from the time lieI come to the use of reason ho ap pears to have had a heart burning with the love of God and n constant horror of sin coupled with nn un quenchable seal for the promotion of Gods honor and service among his rational creatures He was educated at the University of Pnlencia which was afterward removed to Salamanca After his ordination he preached with great power in many places The Bishop of Osnia Diego was anxious to introduce a regular nndI quasiconvent bunt life among tIllI canons of his Cathedral and diocese and he singled out young Dominic as a fitting instrument to institute the reforms In 1204 Bishop Diego was sent to France to arrange a com templnted marrloge between Alfonso IX and a Princess of the house of La Marche and Dominic accompanied him a8 chaplain At that time the Alblgenses were spreading their heresy over the South of France and many of the people were throwing off all religious moral and social re straint Diego and Dominic witnessed the spread of this heresey with hor ror and alarm The two Papal Legates then in France were combating the heresy with little effect Diego and Dominic went to Rome and were given permission to return to France and preach against the heresy One of the Papal Legates was assassinated by the heretics and the other left France in despair Bishop Diego had- e to return to his diocese at Osma where he died soon afterward and Dominic was left alone He not only preached against the Alblgenses but he established a new order the one that has followed his rule for the last seven centuries and one that has given saints to tIll Ifchurch in every age and every cline In 1215 lie had gathered around him sixteen holy men who were willing to live according to the rules he prescribed Of these six were Spaniards eight were Frenchmen one English and one Portugese The first monas a was built at Toulouse Soon after other monarteries of the order sprang up at Paris Metz and Venice In combating the Albigenseaii heresy St Dominic made great use of Q the rosary Church history teaches that the Blessed Virgin appeared to St Dominic in n vision explained to him its mysteries and bade him Go preach my rosary From that time forward the rosary has been a very Important adjunct of Dominican ceremonies and Its use has become gen eralamong piolis Catholics USEFUL LIFE ENDED TnlQd news reached here Wednesday from Springfield that Mre i Margaret G Stmms wife of Thomas W Slmms Br had tiled lifter a lojig lllnece of a complication of diseases due to the Infirmities of old- agesi Mrs Sfmrn1f1uelgktyone- yea old JJhe Is survived by her husband to whom sbewasmarriedI- ftyrefgh ears ago To them ware bore cfeildnn four of whom Ii- are now livingDen F SImms Mrs C J Hayden Mrs George E Medley and Mrs B J Spaldingbesides fiftythree grandchildren and fifteen greatgrandchildren Mrs Slmma was a devout member of St Dom inics church at Springfield and was well known throughout that section of the State for her many acts of kindness and charity ROBERT T BURKE President of Mackin Council INTENSE nEAT Proves Too Much For the Heart of Cardinal Gibbons At the hour of going to press n cablegram informs us that Cardinal Gibbons is seriously ill in Rome and that his temperature is 101 On ac count of his advanced age his friejuU are much alarmed Cardinal Gibbons had nn audience with Pope Plus on Saturday It Is feared that the in tense heat in Rome is responsible for his uddcn illness Before leaving New York Cardinal GIGons wns asked to give a final message to the people of the United States He pondered a moment and then said To paraphrase Daniel OConnell I will say My body to the sea my heart to America It will bo remembered that the Irish Liberator before dyingl com mended his body to Ireland and his heart to the Eternal City The Cath olics of America are praying that the American Cardinal will be spared ser sal arim9Lir 1JfiiQf andliechanges projected by Pope Pius in his recent pronunpinmcnto on the Curiii HEARD REPORTS Members of Division 1 Get News From National Convention Heat hind no terrors for the mem bers of Division 1 A 0 II Tuesday night and the result was a splendid attendance President John M1 Mul lay presided Time division made do nations to the Tuberculosis Hospital and to the Catholic Womans Club Officer Tony McAndrews was reported still on the sick list but the probabilities are that lie will be out next week John Shaughnessy of 1215 West Chestnut street was reported still on the sick list The members showed renewed in terest in Irish historical matters It was announced that at the next meeting Martin J Cusick would discuss lnSImecting rslAllengave detailed report of the national convention and spoke in the highest Kentuckydelegates I apolis lie said they were given first IIdIsaidfavorablyImpressed than by the magnificent representa tion and by the loyalty and fealty pledged to the new officers of tho foriIndianapolisl that the order now occupies a higher and influential uI more position than ever before It was n gathering he said to make the Irish feel proud com1IngKentuckyMartin Fine gnu and Thomas Keenan Jr also thingstheyMr Finegan also presented a of pictures of convention numberI Lawrence Mackey a visitor from Division 2 was given a warm wel come and made a brief address Before the meeting adjourned the offi cers of Division 1 were appointed a committee to arrange for n euchre September DESERVING CAUSE theChurchbe given at the residence of Mrs Mary T Barrett S38 East Main street Wednesday night August 19 While this congregation Isf not one of the youngest In the city It Is one memhers upinyoungand ReyFaeathnelaamdieflayed e GENUINE i Kentucky Welcome Is In Store For Y M I Visiting Delegates Grand Council of Order Will Be In Session Three Days Trolley Hide and Banquet Are to Be Chief Social Functions INTEREST IN SUPREME DELEGATE Tomorrow Monday and Tuesday the Grand Council of the Y M I Kentucky Jurisdiction will holt its annual convention in this city All of the business sessions and a great part of the social festivities will beheld at Mackin Club House It will be the eleventh Grand Council of the order in this jurisdiction The business tomorrow will bo purely preliminary and more or less of a social nature The delegates will assemble at the Louisville Hotel which is to be the headquarters for the visitors while they are in this city Frank G Adams Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors and also head of the local Reception Committee and his colleagues will be on hand to welcome the visitors and distribute badges It is expected that all the visiting delegates will arrive in time to attend one of the masses at the Cathedral These masses will be at 530 730 9 and 1030 oclock The afternoon and evening will be spent in escorting the visitors to the parks and to Mackin and Trinity dub houses Monday morning the delegates and Grand Officers will assemble at Mackin Club House at 9 oclock The first business session of the Grand Council will be called to order at 10 oclock by Grand President La Vega Clements of Owensboro At noon there will be a brief recess for luncheon and the afternoon will find all of the delegates hard at work When the Grand Council adjourns presumably about tf oclock the delegates and members of Mackin and Trinity Councils will take a c1W1I elegant supper will be provided After the viands havo had their share of attention James B Kelly who has bheen chosen to preside as toastmaster will introduce Grand President La Vega Clements and the Rev Father George M Connor both of Owensboro who will respond to toasts Other responses will be in formal Besides there will be instru mental music and recitations There will be a resumption of the business sessions Tuesday morning at 9 oclock at which time iris expected the new Grand officers and the delegate to the Supreme Council will be chosen The delegates from tho various councils of the Grand Council are Mackin CouncilFrank L Lana han Robert T Burke Thomas D Clines John T Kinney James T ShelleyTrinity CouncilEdward E Kelly Eugene J Cooney Victor K EckertLambert Young Council Frank fortWilliam H Olbermann Chickasaw Council MemphisC- B Bowling and R J Reagan Montgomery Council Knottsville James H Roby Lebanon CouncilD B Thompson St Catherine Council New HavenJ Sidney Hagan Phil Sheridan Council Bellevue John Hug Sarto Council OwensboroFred W Arnold St Georges Council Carrollton Casper Hill- Lafayette Council Newport Geo T MetzelDe Council Lebanon Geo B ThompsonBarry Lexington J B Wallace and John Shannon The main Interest centers In the election of a delegate to the Supreme Council as such an election is con sidered a greater honor even than KnowingTonesGrand officers and of the Chairman wll1Ition is flourishing financially and numerically The installation of the new Grand officers will occupy the greater part of Tuesday afternoon orderlareSennlngs Park Monday evening only the Grand officers and delegates are to be the Grand Councils guests of honor Other members of the order will pay seventyfive cents for their plates and considering the splendid menu and other attractions the stipend is ridiculously small In order to iinsure covers those who wish to attend must notify Frank Adame Chairman of the Board of Grand Di rectors not later than this evening KENTUCKY PRINCE IN CANADA I Mr and Mrs John A OConnor of this city are spending a fortnight vis iting friends In Detroit Mich and other lake resorts In the United States and Canada When Jack registered at the svreliest hotell in Lon don OntonMonday and the t histicuaffably Youre too laU to MM the Prticeu I Wlukt FriBerf Mk d Jtxfc and o- jj i f r those who know h m can imagine the tone in which ho eked the question The Prince of Vales Hes gone sir responded thefclork smilingly I Oh said Mr t Connor Im glad I PrinceI theIy FRANK G ADAMS Chairman Board of Grand Directors YOUN FOLKS Will Make Merry at the Y M I Complimentary Dance iI1J The dance to be given in honor of the delegates and visitors to the Grand Council JKM LI Tuesday i night promises toe n gala affair i While the dance will take place in Macklns Club house both Trinity and Mackin Councils are to be the hosts The committee in charge is made up of John flij Kenney Louis Keifer Ben Reed John Stewart and Will Burkea I The fairest girlsfin Louisville will be escorted to thej club house by beaux19retlkDlstrlctlDeputbest to represent Mackin while Trin ity Council will be represented by the Merry Widowers some sod and some nmsielwillI fthe v M IarMinvited xl e RECENT DEATHS Time funeral of John J OBrien who died at the family residence 2021 Duncan street at midnight Saturday took place from St Cecilias church nt 2 oclock Monday afternoon The deceased was thirtyeight years old The funeral of John H Ostendorf who died nt his home 825 East Jeffer son street Friday of last week took place from St Bonifaces church I Monday morning The deceased was fortyfive years of age Ills widow was formerly Miss Amelia SchultzII The funeral of Mrs Frederick App who succumbed to n paralytic stroke Tuesday night at her home 1828 West Chestnut street took place Thurs day morning from St Anthonys church For the bereaved husband und children there is widespread sym path Y I The sympathy of the entire com immunity goes out to Mr and Mrs William Loyal whose Infant daugh famllYjresidenceSunday afternoon The fair little one had wound her tendrils around the heartstrings of loving parents I and their only consolation is that I one little angel is awaiting their com- Ing in a better land The remains of Miss Minnie Green well who died at lien home 1700 Mag azine street on Monday were sent to New Haven where they were in terred in the family lot in the Cath olic cemetery on Wednesday after npon after services at St Catherine church The deceased was twenjj eight years old and was the daughter of B J Greenwell and a sister of Robert A Greenwell Her bereaved manyfriends Mrs Geruldlne Strong a well largefomJat her home 1700 Willow avenue early Tuesday morning She hud been ill only a few days The de ceased was the wife of Robert E Strong the well Known insurance man Besides her husband she leaves three sons Guthrie Glover and Rob ert E Strong Jr The funeral took place from St James church Thurs day morning Mrs Strong had lived in Louisville all her life and was held lin high esteem by those who knew her The death of Mrs Bridget Burk profound Mary congregation She had been ill several days at her home 312 East Jacob street and the prayers of the congregation for her wereaskedI widow of tho late John J Burkholder a veteran carriage manufacturer The following children survive her Mrs Annie Constantine ills Mary Burk ofercyJobnandmusician Mrs Burkholder was one I irSlMafYI1 toe Rev Father Qiunepohl pfd uJgfc tribute to her memorytI f JUST AJOKt Louisville License Board Gives mutation of Making inquiries Democratic Workers Got No Show With Republican Members Several Instances of Unfair Dealings Indicate the 111 Feeling THAT POOR OLD WATER FILTER upIan awful bluff about ridding the city of saloons that were the resorts of the toughs and the vicious and when it came to an actual show down licenses were granted to the really tough places but orderly saloons that happened to be owned and con ducted by Democratic lenders uhU workers were denied permission to continue in business How many saloons in the red light district were denied permission to continue in business How ninny negro joints operating crap games and worse were refused On the other hand licenses were denied three saloons on Main street between Clay and Shelby viz John Ahern Matt Gagan and John Hendricks Time proprietors of these places conducted orderly saloons and in its zeal to de prive them of their licenses the board went back three years or until 1JOJ to trump up evidence It mattered not what the evidence was the two Republican members of time board ltd evidently made up their minds in ad vance to deny the application of any saloonkeeper that land a big lichen cratic following IIgnlnstJohnthe nnture of persecution that ot prosecution just as it did in the cases of Gagen and Hendricks There were some laughable things brought Oittiin tllMB Det ntlv iCtwcanuui i trTue sent if minor to purchase liquor from Ahern Mr Aliern refused to sell to the boyand started in search of Cundiff Cujidtff was in a great hurry to get away when Mr Ahern accosted him When a member of the License Hoard asked Cundiff why he did not arrest Alern if he had been threatening in his mannet Cundiff replied 1 was aloneWas not Ahern alone too In quired one of the attorneys Cundiff admitted that he was but assigned no reason for his failure to make the arrest As trials or investigations the whole proceedings were jokes Mr Aherns emphatic answer tn the question if he was not a Democratic worker In 1003 probably settled his case with Green mad Judge Mc Gee when he said firmly You bet ij powerforfair minded f Republican officials could not overlook that awful of tense As for the Hendricks case that could not be called a trial as the title of burlesque would be a- more apt name for it one remarkable JudgeMcGeevault cleaning Councilman to relate what seven men said to him in spite of the strenuous objection of Attorneys Edwards and 1eake Ken CouncilmanItthe stand and tried to tell the court that he was perfectly able to judge who was and was not entitled to vote at Clay and Main streets although he Ilived out on the Cherokee road He stated that he was in the insurance business but judging from his talk politics occupies most of his time Reager fitted in well in the trial farces as the German dialect comedianII trialsIsbyDetectives actfarceperformer i One of the baffling disguises otI these two eminent detectives is to wonderful recentlyBypolicelately looklllcjaThe Board of Safety is smooth enough to put this kind on the out bidethem takeaI a laugh at our queer police i poUcohaveon their fall and winter uniforms putupwill cost 44 Somebody will haCI the use of this money while the police are waiting months for their clothes They may be dismissed for political reasons before they get them II The Louisville water filter once TheodorqI hereiM4 ft bah exem tioa of t- dioaII filter and declared that it was all tight The only thing wrong with it is that It positively refuses to filter He says it can be made to do this in time As yet Engineer Leisen has not computed the time It may be one of these Republican machines that wont work until it gets good and ready JAMES B KELLY President of Trinity Council MUCH GOOD Will Result From Coming Catholic federation Convention The seventh annual convention otj the American Federation of Catholic t Societies will meet in Boston next Monday for a three days session I Time opening services of the convention will be held at Holy Cross Cathedral Sunday August 9 The ArchIbishopmeetings will be held in connection mlhonrllIall i Among the societies that will be represented are the Catholic Order of Foresters with u membership ot 130000 headed by T H Cannon 1HQI of Chicago and the members of the CatholicKnightsresented by Messrs E Feeneyof Brooklyn and J Berning of Cincin nati the Catholic Mutual Benefit As sociation will be represented by lion1 J J Hines cf Buffalo anti other Supreme officers the Roman Cath olic Central VcreIntvlllfiend six dele ifii +the lYist rmi CittittSdt umin IIeclen1Immpnational bodies to be represented arj the Knights of St John the Young I Mens Institute the Irish Catholic Benevolent Union the Slavonic Cath I 011FI IIIber1nlnnsEvery State in the Union will be represented The delegates fromI Louisville are William M I James B Kelly Dr Ben J Lnnuners and Dr Peter S Gnn- zCALLED HOME LadYIPasses Reward I Worn by months of patient suffer hug Mrs Peter Relsert one of the best 1known and most exemplary members of St Marys congregation passed to her eternal reward In God on Monday night She hind suffered from bronchitis for the pnst nine entluredtherj ery until the last Prepared by the rites of our holy religion and surrounded by all her dear ones she passed peacefully awayat 10 oclock Monday evening i Mrs Relsert was a lifelong mem ber of St Marys congregation and a most exemplary and fervent Curls than She was modest and retiring in disposition and her true worth was little known to those outside her family She was abundant in her I charity to the poor yet her gifts were always unostentatiously made I Her funeral took place from the home of her son W A Relsert on Cherokee road Thursday morning witha solemn requiem mass at St I Marys church The officiating priests were Fathers Westermann Leo I Qretillch and Melody At the same time low masses of requiem were by1FathersA large concourse of friends followed the remains to their resting place In St Louis cemetery I Mrs Reisert is survived by lien husband one son William A Reisert a laughter Sister Mary Danlella of the Franciscan order in Syracuse N Y and two sisters Mrs John lppellbothCARDINALS IN LONDON Next month when the Eucharistic Congres meets London will entertain six Cardinals more than she has seen before or sInce Henry VIII estnb Ished his church Among the number will be our own Cardinal Gibbons and Cardinal Moron from Australia NUN VISITS PARENTS Sister Mary Antonin formerly of Louisville but for several years a resident of Syracuse N Y Is visit hug bier parents Irand Mrs W Fleck at their home on Winter ave flue Sister Mary AntoniaiI8 one of then irfw la the largest hospitallilt SyracuM and U delighted with his work V k r 1 AMERICA Will Bo Benefited by IteformsrIn Curia Says Pope Plus X Our Holy Father Spoke With Knthuslnin ofFnUhs- Growth Invited Cardinal Gibbons to Pay Him Repeated Visits ARCHBISHOP FARLEY IN ROME Cardinal Gibbons who arrived in Rome last week was received in t audience by His Holiness Pope Pius X on Saturday The Pope met the American Cardinal at the threshold s himfromtenderlnataries spent more than an hour in conversation Their talk had to bo carried on in Latin since the Pope andISaturdaybearsCardinalGibbons m q had an hours audience with the thefirstfinding His Holiness was cheerful almost congratulatedhimEminence and I are nearly of the same age but we are young men yet i with plenty of work In both of us But Your Eminence your lot Is easier than mine for troubles reach me from everywhere whereas the splendid conditions of the American everydayContinuing the Cardinal said His s Holiness spoke enthusiastically about the conditions of Catholicism in the United States of America I con gratulated the Pontiff upon the great reform in the Roman Curia which ho had recently promulgated Yes said His Holiness and America will benefit by it ti iS rdiitHlHn1fim1 y hri1 ve0 rlT Pope he affectionately urged me Jo visit him frequently during my so journ in Rome After the audience Cardinal Gib pastorIWashingI thoIownIsecretaryBillups and Dr Crindall both of Baltimore Later Cardinal Gibbons visited Cardinal Merry del Val the Papal Secretary of State Saturday after noon he called on Cardinal Vincenno Vannutelll who will represent Pope Plus us delegate to the Eucharist y Congress in London At the Vatican Saturday night it was considered certain that Pope Plus will hold a consistory either before November when the reform of the congregations becomes effective or in December at the close of his jubilee year In either Instance It is as serted His Holiness will create ten new Cardinals Tho presence of Cardinal Gibbons in Rome it is expected will result In a decision being reached as toiwhether or not a new American Car dinal will be chosen this year Archbishop Farley arrived in Rome Sunday and had an audience with Pope Plus on Monday Like the Car dinal he was cordially received and Invited to call several times during his stay in Rome Cardinal Gibbons will spend at least another week in the Eternal City before starting for London where he Is to deliver an address be fore the International Eucharistic League HOME SWEET nOME Trinity Council Will Get Its Within a Few Weeks KOME SWEET HOME Trinity Council will move Into its own home in time to hold its first September meeting This much was made known at the meeting held Monday night President James B Kelly and his colleagues have been keeping an anxious eye on the new club house since the construction be gan and now ftlT3 that it will be practicable to hold their meetings in a the new buildings tom September 1 The council meetings WI11 be Jheld on the second floor for time time being and until tho building is completed In the way of routine matters three applications were received and the special committee reported that a euchre and dance had been ar ranged for Phoenix huh on time night of August 27 The members urianlr mously decided to join with Mackin Council in the Glance to be given in honor of the Jrand Council delegates and visitors Tuesday night MASHED A IjIOITIi o Dave Rellly a prominent member of plvlftiqn 4 and foretMMi of a dV- irtBent for tkq Pullman Palace Car Company 4u tlne l a mashed finger white at work this week Uaieast oompUemthJos eeL ae terksu s- Melia W U- ir j I IL I j I- irtrcEY IRISH AJMERICA J I p i KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM Devoted tid thelSodal and Moral Advancemement Irish Americans ad Catholcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens Institute and Catholic Knights of America I 1KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Sc Entered at the LouUvllle POI offIce at SecondCUis Hitter Addusa all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West dree St I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 8 19081 Y M I GREETING j 4To the officers and delegates ol the Grand Council of the Y M1 I the Kentucky Irish American extends greeting Thp order has progressed numerically and financially since the I just convention and no journal has kept closer tab on the work in the hntucky jurisdiction than the Ken tucky Irish American The order I stands for the upbuilding of the youth and no Catholic young man should hesitate to become a member The members of Mackln and Trinity Councils have prepared to entertain the delegates In a fitting manner next week and the visitors wilt duly ap predate favors received Again the Kentucky Irish American bids the to the Grand Council wel 3delegatescome and godspeed in their work for God and country FULL DINNER PAIL DELAYED Instead of plentyof work and a full dinner pail that the workingmen were told would follow the nomin ation of William II Taft one finds an epidemic of wage cutting and strikes In those parts of the country where I I there Is any business at all All the rafts and time Schwnbs in the United I States can not make business good by simply saying It is good It is a form of socalled Christian scienceII that is not at all practical ent there are strikes In the paper t mills of the East and strikes am- ongI railroad employes in various parts of the country Good wages and a full weeks work will show us that pros I perlty has arrived The American workingmen are satisfied no longer with the shadow They must have the substance I CAnny OUT TilE IDEA Some literary wag has written Be I lieIgood and youll be lonesome might have added Be the editor of a Catholic journal and youll be lone somner because Catholic editors I are certainlya lonesome set The I more good they try to do the more fault Is found with them in many 1 quarters Yet to their credit be It saM they grin and keep hammering away A few of theso lonesome telII lows got together recently and ganized a Catholic Press Its idea is to promote good tellow ship and an exchange of thought among the editors of Catholic journals In the United States If the idea is carried out from a Catholic and a business standpoint it will be productive of much good It was an idea of this kind properly worked out that resultett in the organization ot the Associated Press the greatest the world saw 4 cnthIollc4dcas In the exchange of news suit able to their respective journals TIlE UNIVERSITY GRAFT Emboldened by what time Republi can administration is doing to the E taxpayers of Louisville a bunch of doctors and lawyers who believe the citizens are easy are attempting to work a graft on the city Years ago the city made a grant of the use of 3land to the University of the City of Louisville which was supposed to be a quasipublic institution Instead it turned out to be a private enterprise conducted for the benefit of the stockholders r It was a good thing and many rival medical colleges sprang up because the legal end of the nfl versity was at no time a howling r success All the medical colleges in Louisville waxed and grew fat until 1S within the past few weeks the steerers for the respective institu tions organized a merger and con i suldated all the colleges The law department is looking up some too and now the General Council is asked to give 25000 of the citys money tii aid in this enterprise This is con trary to the law but what is the 1 law among grafting friends Just tot I give it an air of legality Acting City Attorney Bensinger has drawn up time ordinance providing for the proI posed 25000 grant or graft Mr1t Bsnainger Is drawing a salary to look after the citys legal affairs and Jat week ho was appointed a mew her of the faculty of the legal depart iaTOt of the University of Louisville Arthur wants to catch em acomin and a gwne1 IRISH OPPORTUNITY em The IrJsk leader and thinkers in very country ayetheir own IRaTe Fmlong ken advantage of tIme T boat theycould gote if it was miot alll J they deatrwi TW drtlanc1 think ritffat 11 OlDIt M n at Iaat to fcT yiiMBtoNl y MMMfl of tMr ii 1j 1 exiled fellowcountrymen For ex ample the editor of tIme Dundalk Democrat in a recent issue advises time people of Ireland to take ad vantage of what he believes to be a great opportunity On this question he says The resolution moved at the Louth County Council meeting in the name of Mr Goodman directs attention to an opportunity of doing some prac tical good for this country of which we hope to see advantage taken Un der an act of Parliament passed last year foreign manufacturers holding patents in these countries forfeit their patent rights within what is called time United Kingdom It is needless to say that the act was not passed in time interests of Ireland but it may be a means of restoring partially at all events time industrial prosperity of Ireland which previous British legislation helped to destroy Ireland offers many advantages as a manufacturing center which England does not afford Here there is un happily no scarcity of labor unem ployed and therefore cheap We have water power running waste to the sea which if harnessed would turn a million factory wheels We have magnificent harbors and seaports bare of shipping We have inland waterways disused and railway systems that would carry ten times their present paltry traffic Land can be had without difficulty as sites for factories nay there are even build Ings that have been derelict for fifty years or more where many a flourishing industry might be housed All that is needed is to attract the cap italist and time practical man who knows the opportunities the modern world of commerce offers and how to grasp them Of course we should all prdfer to see Irish money and Irish brains em ployed as well as Irish hands in the revival of our industries limit Irish capitalists are sny of investing their reserve In home enterprises They prefer to leave It high and dry in the coffers of the bonkers or earning a a 20r 3i per cent dividend in GdVern ment stocks or railway shares Be sides we have few trained indus trialists who know what time world wants and we have had enough fail ures in time tentative efforts that have been made to establish Irish iri dustries to frighten off the timid man with money Also the growth of purely Irish Industry must necessarily be slow whereas if we can at tract the foreigner and get him to make here in Ireland the goods he wants for the British market we shall have work provided for Irish hands without any risk of Irish cap ital and the money thus earned and spent in the country will in time ac cumulate a new national reserve and help to assure the prosperous future of Ireland Hence no effort should be spared to attract the foreign man ufacturer with British patents to pro tect and we hope the example of the Louth County Council will be fol lowed and that these efforts will be successful in bringing to our Impov erished and decayed Irish towns a new era of industrial prosperity DID IT EVER OCCUR TO YOf That Haldeman Republicans Todd Democrats aud Vllllarn O Bradley have won elections without the aid or support of Plaschkes Uncle Bab alias Dick Knott That Uncle Bab always selects or recommends an exDemocrat for Republicans to support That none of Uncle Babs selections win except by appointment That Dick Knott opposed James F Grinstead for the Republican nomI- nation for Mayor That Dick Knott opposed Gov Bradley He was elected Senator That Dick Knott refused to sup port Taylor He was elected Governor of Kentucky That Dick Knott opposed Todd He was elected Mayor That Dick Knott opposed Capt Henry D Irwin He was elected to CongressThat Dick Knott objected to Hon A E Wilsons opening cam paign address He was elected GOY ernorThat Dick Knott opposed Beck ham for Governor Ho was elected That Dick Knott opposed Oscar Turner He was elebted to Congreau That Dick Knott opposed Charles F Grainger He was elected Mayor That Dick Knott opposed Swagar Sherley He was elected twice to Congress That Dick Kiiott opposed Christ Mueller for Legislator Iri 1907 and he was elected That Dick Knott supported Dr Baker for reappolntment The Doctor lost out That Dick Knotl roaHe no attack upon Charlton and McNutt until they refused to support Gov Bokhara That Dick iCnott kneV Cl rlton Mrt McKutt wore etaUd in 1O5 Mid W boMowi teoatort T tIMeI 7co rtioOttlf abuse Charlton and McNutt for voting for Gov Bradley That Dick Knott wants the City limits extended to near his house but does not want his property taken in That Dick Knott doesnt care what happens so long as he is per mitted to decline to answer That Dick Knott will decline to answer if new and true not otherwiseIfDid it ever occur to Uncle Dab that this is the real political dope Lay on McDuff and woe be unto him who first cries Hold enough If OPEN HOUSE Macklns Members Will Entertain the Visiting Delegates Enthusiasm in large chunks was forthcoming at Mnckin Councils meeting Tuesday evening It was an nounced that practically every detail had been made for the reception anti entertainment of the delegates to the Grand Council which meets tomorrow Mackln Council will keep open house to the visiting members of the order tomorrow afternoon and during the sessions of the Grand Council lien J Sand Vincent B Smith and Daniel W Weber were appointed as a committee to see that the visitors were well taken care of The members of Mackin were also reminded of the banquet to be held at Sennlngs Park Monday evening Attention was called to time dance to be given at Mnekln Club House in honor of the visitors on Tuesday night Mackln and Trinity Councils will be the joint hosts All members of the Y M I are Invited to attend Mockin Council is also planning a celebration of its fifteenth anniversary on September 10 In just what manner the occasion will be cele brated has not been determined upon All of the Inst Presidents of tub council have been appointed on the commtitee to arrange for the anniversary SUMMER FESTIVAL The good people of St Georges parish will give a lawn fete and summer festival on the church grounds lghteenthnml Magnolia avenue next Monday anti Tuesday nights the proceeds to be added to the church building fund for which the zealous pastor Jlev Father Weiss is laboring so hard It is to be hoped that this fund will be increased by this festival to such an amount that it will be possible within a short time to take active steps toward erecting a church edifice that will accommo date the people of the growing parish Time tickets are limit fifteen cents and all who attend mire assured an even ing of enjoyment CUSICK AND KRAEMER Martin J Cusick and Buck Kraemer have opened a merchant tailoring establishment at 223 Fourth avenue under the firm name of Cusick Kraemer Each has a legion of friends and their enterprise ought to be a most successful one Mr Cusick has been the cutter for J M Borntraeger for many years and has no superior In the United States as a designer of gentlemens garments Mr Kraemer has been for a long time a cutter In the employ of M J Winn Both have large experience in the tailor- Ing line and are also men of recognized executive ability DOCTOR FALISI NOW rProf Vincent Fallsl who recently graduated from a local school of medicine left this week for Little Rock Ark where he is to assume the duties of house physician in St Vincents Hospital Before study- Ing medicine Prof Faust was Instructor in instrumental music at St Marys College Since coming to Louisville to perfect his medical studies ho became active as a member of Mackln Council Y M I and of Louisville Council Knights of Columbus Many friends here wish him success In his new field FETE AT CLIFTON Time lawn fete for the benefit of St Frances of Rome church next tuesday anti wednesday evenings promises to be well uttcm1edlhe spacious lawn surroundnig the church at Clifton will be electrically illuminated for the occasion and nil friends of tfie Rev Father White are anxious to turn out in his honor anyinroom for ail immense gathering MAKING IMPROVEMENTS St Louis Bertrands church which has received a thorough interior cleaning and brightening presents a more handsome appearance than usual The parochial school is now being cleaned and put in first class September 1 a large force of men at work on the big school building and the work of exterIorlyIsl have also been newly painted VICTIM OF PARALYSIS Lieut Joe Adams one of the most capable members of the Louisville police force Is seriously ill at his home 612 East Breckinrldge street anti grave fears that he will not recover are entertained Lieut Adams was enjoying his ten days vacation when he was stricken with paralysis on Monday He arrived home Wednesday and Is being treated by Dr Frank E Corrigan KEHOE NOMINATED Time lIon James M Kehoe has been nominated by the Democrats of the Ninth Congressional district of Ken tucky as their candidate for Repre sentative In the United States Con a1Jlelawerandformerlys Jn Congress His nomination will add strength to the Democratic party in the Ninth m lhelorbrii from woodwork or oee soiled from waftiljf whish do not need reUMfc i t l SOCIETY i Miss Annie Bnnnon hta returned from a visit to Chicago Miss Mary McGinn has gone to New York to spend a fortnight Miss Mabel Canty spent last week as the guest of Mrs George Itoberts at New Haven Miss Margaret Flaherty who Iis now In Europe will not return until the middle of September Daniel Donovan and wife will re turn today from a weeks visit with friends at Worthington Mrs Patrick KHey of Evansvllle was this week time guest of Miss D W Lawrence in Jeffersonvllle Miss Mary iPltzgibbon has returned GeorgeJMiss Mary nitge of 1211 East Broadway Is spending her vacation at Bedford Ind with relatives Ferd Spalding one of the leading men of linrdstown was hero on a business trip the first of the week James J McCabe u leading citizen of Springfield spent the first part of the week with friends in this city Miss Mary Geraldine Kavanagh kitTuesday to spend several weelt at St Catherines in Washington county Miss Nellie Ridge has gone to Pittsburg to be the guest of Mrs A Flaherty for the rest of the month Miss Irene Gilhooley of Jefferson vllle has been visiting at Madison the guest of Miss Margaret Leonard Misses Jennie McVoy Marie Cox Josie Terrell and Anna Cox returned Tuesday from a ten days visit at French Lick Springs Mr and Mrs Frank Ryan and children gonetomaiudcr of the summer Misses Louisa Kademaker and Mar garet MeClusky left Wednesday to join a party of friends who are out- Ing at South Haven Mich Mrs Ernest Kampfmueller antI her granddaughter Miss Frances Iloertz have gone to the Northern lake resorts to remain until fall Miss Anna May Whalen of 629 Myrtle street has just returned from Glasgow where she was extensively entertained during her visit Mr and Mrs Baron have returned from a delightful visit to Bellevue MayorJoseph Mrs George B Shrader of New MaryMcGinimspend a fortnight in New York Misses MarS Li1and Patricia Bannon Burrell are the guests of Miss Martha Jane Burrell Kenwood Hill during the present month daughterMissin Nelson county visiting Mrs learns parents Mr and Mrs K Jicavin Flemlrig G Harper who suffered a- very severe attack of typhoid fever nmnnyfriendshis recovery Con Ilallahan for several years a resident of Chicago Is here to spend a two weeks vacation visiting lila brother Cnpt Jerry Uallahan and other relatives Thomas D Clines of time Com mercial Dank and Trust Company will return tomorrow from Chicago portion Mr and Mrs Dan Cunniff have gone to spend a month in the Northwest On their trip they will visit friends in Chicago Milwaukee and JJlchland Center WIs latmgiiter3llss returncdIMr and Mrs Stephen Hoyden Little Miss Leota Whltton Bierach MUeFromseveral weeks confinement as the result of stepping ona rusty nail Miss Nona Riley of 1030 Seventh friendsInturninghome1IsliCatherineEvansville Miss Marie Maloney and brother visitingMissParrott returnWashingtonCounty CuimimiffMargaret youngladies friendsin WeillEndconsequenceMr rejoicinOVErtheand Mr and Mrs Timothy OHearn equnllylro1dMiss Kate Doherty a former well JefferaoDvl1IeglJwRs day evening at Hamilton Ohio to Lee oungmen brideWased the wedding i 9f1u1J enfra nM n of their d 9gbter 2OM I4Utaa c tUm 9f lU t 0 OkwteJ 7 V 1 fe The exact date of the marriage his not been set Miss Kohler is an at tractive young lady with hosts of nd mircrs Mr Goebel is connected with a Louisville mercantile establishment and is a prominent member of Trin- Ity Council MORE RECORDS Are Being BroKen by the American Athletes Now Abroad j IThe American athletes who accom pUshed wonders at the Olympian I games in London a few weeks ago have met with repeated successes this week some of them In Paris and others in Dublin In the latter city the members of the IrishAmerican Ath letic Club won seven out of eleven events from the champion athletes of Ireland on Monday John Flanagan particularly distinguished himself by breaking his own and the worlds record for the hammer throw To the Irish hamnjer throwers he was a wonder Ralph Rose the giant Californian was another revelation to the Irish athletes Dennis Horgan in 1897 established what is known as the British record for putting the shot fortyeight feet two Inches Last Monday Rose put It fortynine feet five Inches It Is expected that the athletes now In Paris and in Ireland will return this month In fact they are due to Arrive in New York August 29 Presl dent Roosevelt has accepted the Chairmanship of the Reception Committee and Gov Hughes and Mayor McClollan will act as subordinate members of the committee A general holiday will be declared and the conquering heroes will be given a rousing American welcome SALESMENS EXCURSION The Salesmens Benevolent Associa tion will give an excursion to Jasper Ind one week from tomorrow Th excursionists will travel via th Southern railroad leaving the Soy enth street union depot at 74 oclock a m Refreshments of al kinds will be sold on the train am eerJhoopportunltyand other Catholic Institutions In ant about Jasper lush TENOR COMING JoserlOUnited States next fall and wintei under the direction of Messrs Brooks and Dingwifll He will appeal PeggMnchmreelate Denis OStilllvan headed lasl year OMara is a Limerick boy He was educated in the Jesuit college iir that city and when a lad sang alto hand led the famous choir of the Limerick Cathedral lIe Is tin youngest son of James OMnro J P known as the Grand Old Man of the Irish National movement and manj important political questions were discussed in his Limerick home bj lentlinlJIrishmenStepherOMnrathe Irish Parliamentary fund Tin OMaras are one of the oldest and most practical Catholic families Ir Ireland SHRINE FOR PILGRIMS The Church of St Elizabeth Den ver Col where the saintly Father Leo Helnrlchs was assassinated ban anarchist several months ago ha become a place of pilgrimage for I Catholics of the Western States St Elizabeths is considered the most beautiful church In Denver and all toItSISTERS IN RETREAT The Sisters of Mercy on East Broadway entered upon their annual retreat reoIIglousMillerSuperIorcity The retreat will be brought to Assumptionday AWAY FOR MONTH EnglertGuardian attendIngheld there From Cincinnati Father timeFranciscan byhIsI FOR MERCY HOSPITAL stAugustlnes CourtHouse benefitrsAnnantMrsSUNDAY SOCIAL theKnobsnear New Albany announce that they will conduct onSundayappliedtonowbeIngThEY NEED OHARA The Democrats of Cincinnati are urging Attorney Joseph W OHara to accept the nomination for Congress I theIi friends say he can be elected if he accepts the nomination HOPKINS THEATER Another series of excellent motion ilopkinsTheater ManagerEduringtheaummer BURNT PANS If your pans br keteJ are burnt toiled in anyway take coil ashes liOlwl rub over the burnt places then I toIwe won the b1mri xoXii St Catherine of Sienna Academy NEAR SPRINGFIELD XV BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG LADIESs Academic Commercial and Preparrtory Departments Thorough z instruction in all the arts Beautiful and healthful locatipn new V X and commodious buildings with all modern improvements X +j The Academy Is Conducted by the Domnlcan Sisters y V V x 1TOU PAItTIODXAHH ADDHES8 s Mother Prioress St Gather ezI Post Office Ky t The C Kollros School of Music Piano Violin Cornet and Composition 2304 W MARKET STREET PIANO AND VIOUN IKSSON8 15 Minutes One Lesson per Week2OO per Month 45 Minutes Two 400 CORNET IHSSONSD- OC KOLLROS Minutes One Lesson per Week fno per Month SSMinutes Two i1 4009 4S + Wf + LeecnChorusOrchestra IHSSON HOURS S A M to 10 11r Conductor SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN BEG- I1NERSPRINTING I The best printing regardless of price is the only kind that is really worthwhile Quality and good service are the claims we urge for business We have faith in our printing ability and would be glad to be judged by our workits always good printing KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Green Street I I SCHOOL SUPPLIESBO- OKS SLATES TABLETS ETC THEO RECTANUS CO PRESTON AND MARKET STS 4111 sss + stssss G4 + + + H+ I + 4I IttIs4se4FINE WINES CHAM- PONELALKOLJ3 f I 345 West Green Street LIQUORS Js Cut Price- Clearance i- nDUTCHESS L TROUSERS 98GradesC 48Grades1 98Grades1 48Grades 98Grades 48Grades lOc for every button that comes off 100 or another pair free if they r- ipLEVYS THIRD AND MARKET AJEOXCEfr Out Blooms Plants and Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Both Phones 223 PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS Ir The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonvllle Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of Insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For Lurthe particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REOIA riicy N AL- sperks A JllneMk 14 FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL FREE CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOPKINS VAUDEVILLE- Other popular and new features ADMISSION FREE PHOENIX HILl PARKIK Open For the Seaon NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSocials Outings greatlyImprovedwith 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 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Home Phone 1942 Cumb South 628 TflOSJKEflNEy CUT RATE DRUGGIST Prescriptions called for and delivered in any part of the city without extra pricesSeeHousehold cleaning preparations at cut pricesnSIXTH A1SI OAK GENUINE BOTTriED Bears this trade mark Umg syou find name blown in bottle you are being deceived For picnics outings and home use order from CocaCola Bottling Work 100810 W Main St Beth Ph- eimuremak1zign Ladies ShirtWaisia ndCWW Tens Dr M 6 a Speclajty MU CaW z OK 1 IfSI- Jk n as ly U c KENTUOKY IRISix AMERICAlL MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there Is no time when It Is appreciated more than in the summer A- FARRANDCECILIAN PIANO Will supply this music If there is no one In the family that can play All one has to do to enjoy their favorite selection is to Insert a roll of music and pump The expression marks are stamped on the roll showing anyone just exactly how to secure the proper expression Come in and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- ecilianMONTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated egseoo FOURTH AVENUE 1500 Anthracite 800 This is LEAP YEAR when you ask the man include in the contract Fox Ridge Coal as the fuel to be used INCORPORAT1tDjScanlonI I lit It It It It It Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB Y DIRECTORSii FUNERAL AND EMBALMERS i Crrl STREETShort i + + ++ o 9 ItlDItl Funeral Directors and EmbalmersIIBoth Phonos 2998 CARRIAGES All Calls Answered Promptly 1231 WEST MARKET STREET I4 +I + +it4 + tH tt HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S8S East Mliir7 Street THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 AU calls prom to day or night Carriages furnished for all occailom 1225 W MARKET ST Its eaxy to figure how you can lave money by using Diamond Wall Plaster Its the kind that goes onto stay and saves repair bill Unlucky Wall Plastsr OIL G r INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Iriik HiRlvir LiuIsvHIi Ky Also operating the Hooeler Wall Plas ter Plant Jeffenonville Ind Phone 655 I HENRY HUNOLD HEALER IN = Sitplt Ml faicy BricirIS Alicuil IAMPLI NttN 1OOMNUTIOL OM WfcilM a Specialty 4 ills p1N U5Y WIlAUIT 1 25 bushels 375 t 100 bushels Notice THE COAL MEN Coal that Is clean and free from slate Not only gives more heat and less trouble to maintain a fire but does not wear out your stoves and furna- cesDougherty fanning BEST QUALITY PITTSBURQ COAL Home Phone 1783 Office and Yard 7th and Magnolia HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers In Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelson BOTTLED IN BOND Telphon1948l 234 SIXTH STREET WHERE WOMAN EXCELS Womans sense of color is better than mans Where one in thirty vomeu Is slightly color blind one IP five men are so The speaker a physician con tinued his experiments with the tintometer or testing machine You ho said cant tell green from blue and pro therefore de fective sir but you are not absolutely color blind Absolutely color blind persons are very very rare I have met but one He couldnt tell red from yellowy or yellow from blue Why are mens eyes less reliable than womens as regards colors Some say it is the tobacco smoke that dulls and weakens then This may very well be for I have noticed that nonsmokers have a somewhat sharper vision DYE WITH TEA A garment made Of almost any material may be creamed with tea Make the tea strong and soak the garment well lit it ordn jhe garment before it dries ands a color wl1lbe a pretty cream eJe dace not streak the goods iUr coffee doe r and ttup bon bk 8 Yd HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes The Jefferson County Board has well under way preparations for the coining State convention At the lnst three national conven tions Kentucky made the best showing for the Southern States The third largest delegation from the States and Canafla at the national convention was that of Minne sotaThe County Board met Thursday night with Division 3 A report of the proceedings will appear in our next issue Jeffersonvllle Hibernians are moving along nicely with well attended app1Jcatlon Division 4 has been making steady progress of late and its report to the State convention will be antis factory in every way Division 4 meets Monday night at Bertrand nan President Hennessy invites members of other divisions to visit and inspect their new quar ters Members of divisions should visit the sick wherever possible This Is a duty they owe each other one that exemplifies the best principles of the orderThere Is talk of a banner contest between the divisions at Hibbihg and Virginia Minn Many favor the idea and believe such a contest would stir things up Xew lbany will send a strong dele gation to the Indiana State conven tion It would surprise no one if that city were to capture one of the State offices If Division 1 gives a euchre and reception it will be one well worth at tending The committee is an excellent one and will have a number of surprises National Vice President Regan will deliver the address at the celebration of the Milwaukee Hibernians today John Mitchell was compelled to can cel his engagement The memorial to the late Owen Kelran was placed in position in the hall of Division 2 last night It is a fine piece of work and reflects credit on the committee Division 2 met Friday night and the proceedings as usual were inter esting President Ford keeps the business moving anti thus has time for an hour of real sociability State Secretary Hunt will be ac delegationfromthe State convention Paris and Ash land will also be well represented Charles J Finegan and Thomas Keenan Jr have complete sets of pictures of the national convention and parade The Kentucky ladies oc cupied a conspicuous position in many of them It is gratifying to learn that those papers that endeavored fro stir upn strife before the Indianapolis conven tion failed in their effort and were entirely ignored by the members of the order From all lindications Division 3 will be able to make the best showing for the past two years when Its reports SecretaryHuntworked faithfully and deserve their successDivision meetingTlmrspioneer members present The reports made by its representatives and others who attended the national convention were interesting and well receivedMuch interest will center in the election of a State President for the Ladies Auxiliary The office has been ably filled by Miss Mary Cor coran for two terms and it is under stood she Is willing that the honor be transferred to another The meeting of the Ladles Auxiliary Wednesday night was well at tended despite the threatening weather and much business was transacted Plans for the entertain ment of the delegates and visitors to their State convention were dis suggestedIsHINTS OX STYLE Net bodices are much worn White note paper is fashionable Shantung is the motoring choice Imperative Taffeta is first choice among bath Ingsuits Sashes are made in one with some dressy suits New hat shapes are high and wide but droop sharply If this is your birth month you should wear a ruby The uptodate bathing hat is n Merry Widow too The rose is queen of flowers in the millinery world The tunic skirt is seen in nearly every style of gown Pearl shirtwaists studs and cuff links Ire displacing buttons Pique Is almost obsolete but there is promise of a renaissance The draped and frilled bonnet seems to be the leader in hats With the extension of the long sleeve the glove becomes shorter Flowered silk and flowered ribbon play a considerable part in summer millinery The Charlotte Corday has been a seasonsbridemaids Butterfly bows of linen and lace give just the right finish to some shirt waists Sweet peas are lovely on pure white forhalffAFez cap is a novelty added to the list of things a woman nihy Year when motorlnR- Parletbelleves that the tailor made 8ePantft will IM tin thteg of tie iatnr z c f f HIS MOTHERS SONGS Beneath the hot midsummer sun The men had marched all day And now beside a rippling stream Upon the grass they lay Tiring of games and idle jests As swept the hours along They called to one who mused apart Come friend give us a song I fear I can not please he said The only songs I know Are those my mother used to sing For me long years ago Sing one of those a rough voice cried Theres none but true men here To every mothers son of us- A mothers songs are dear Then swetly rose the singers voice Amid unwonted calm Am I a soldier of the cross A follower of the Lamb And shall I fear to own his cause The very stream seemed stilled And hearts that never throbbed with fear With tender thoughts were filled Ended the song the singer said I IAs to his feet he rose Thanks to you all my friends goodnight God grant us sweet repose Sing us one more the captain begged The soldier bent his head Then glancing round with smiling Ips- Youll Join with me he said Well sing this old familial air Sweet as the bugle call All hall the power of Jesus name Let angels prostrate fall Ah wondrous was the old tunes spell As on the singer sang Man after man fell into line And loud the voices rang The songs are done the camp is still Nought but the stream is heard But ahlI the depths of every soul By those old hymns are stirred And up from many a bearded lip In whispers soft and low Rises the prayer the mother taught The boy long years ago 4 KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUSl I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Columbus Hall the home of the Jersey City Knights will soon be free from debt The reports from the fiscal officers read at St Louis show that the order is not suffering financially More than 10000 visitors were drawn to St Louis this week on account of the national convention All Knights looked toward St Louis this week where the twenty sixth annual convention was held Reports of the Supreme officers read at St Louis showed that the order had reached the 200000 class The Knights of Pontiac Ill took a leading part when Bishop OJteSlly of Peoria dedicated the St James Hospital one of the finest in Cen tral Illinois costing nbuot 100000 The special committee that consid ered Archbishop Glennons plan re ported favorably on the proposition to contribute half a million dollarty4 Washington tonOne hundred and twentyfive volumes of Standard Catholic books have been presented fo the council at Houston Texas by the St Vincent de Paul Society of that city ns the nucleus for u library for the Knights FONTAINE FERRY PARK1 The hot weather of tIle present week made business good for Fon taine Ferry Park and the manage ment in return presented enjoyable vaudeville bills in addition to the usual amusement devices A new and better vaudeville bill will be pre sented next week With its cow shades and pleasant breezes Fon taine Ferry Park continues to be one of the most enjoyable resorts in the vicinity of the calls Cities WHAT DAllY CAN DO It can keep its father busy adver tising in the paper for a nurse It can simultaneously occupy both madeIt in boardinghousetakes children which in nine cases out of ten Is fortunate for the chil dren fiendjustl it offIt can make an old bachelor In the next room use language that if ut tered on the street would get him In the penitentiary for two years It can go from the farthest end of the room to the foot of ths stairs in the hall quicker than its mother can againItand Just as papa and mamma are starting for the theater it can wake up and stay awake These are some of the things a baby can do But there are other things as well A baby can make the commonest house the brightest spot on earth It can lighten the burdens of a lov ing mothers life by adding to them It can flatten its dirty little face agaInst the window pane in such a way that the tired father can see it as a picture before he rounds the corners Yes babies are great Insti tutions particularly pnes own baby RULE OF imiEB healthfriends freedoen mJrepowertrraeefUWese and dig pity three ItfcfriM to hle cruelty wrrogamse and iaMeotetioh tore thing to lore tyi truth and honor ilurae be braft 1 ud o 4 IRELAND I Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchange Tenants on the Neville estate lit the County Cavan have signed agree ments to purchase their holdings un der the 1903 land acts Gloom and sadness swept over the town and parish when it became I known that Father Smyth was to leave Klngscourt to take up duty In Mllltown Most of the townlands in the Beresford estate a large one situ ated near the town of Cavan have been sold to the tenants under the land act of 1903 A girl named Steenson residing at Drumhlrk who was a victim of sunstroke some weeks ago became insane as a result and has been com mitted to the Monaghan asylum The many friends of the Rev H J Callan were pleased to learn that he had recovered from a severe illness and that he celebrated mass in the Convent chapel at Ardee Thomas Keenan of Carrlckatee who met with a very serious acci dent some time ago by his horse running away while proceeding to Lough Egish is progressing favor ably So quickly has the building pro ceeded of the new secondary schools for the Patrician Brothers at Car rlckmacross that the classrooms will be ready soon after the summer vaca tion Jf Grabbers In the Ballytraln district have been finding it hard to get their potatoes sprayed As usual at Shantonagh for the past seasons It was a happy hunting ground for themA farm containing ten acres belonging to Mrs Patrick McEntee of Shercock was put up at auction sale and knocked down to John Cullltnn of Carrlgamore at 2000 a record price A Dundalk man named Maloney while cycling down Laurence street In Drogheda lost control of his machine and was thrown to the ground sustaining injuries that re quired medical attention James Armstrong a respectable farmer residing at Newbllss County Monaghan was found lying dead in his cart shed by his wife He had ommltted suicide by shooting himself while temporarily Insane Farmers almost everywhere are getting on rapidly with their crops The hay crop has been gathered and potato spraying is about through On the whole the crops look well but no extra results are anticipated Leading men of the Corlea district have organized a branch of the United Irish League Owen Karrelly John Duffy O Kearney Joseph OConnor Owen Carolan and Patrick McMahon are the delegates to the East Cavan Executive Three young lads named Peter Hughes James Muckian and Patrick Murtagh were before the Dundalk Borough Court for playing marbles on the street They were cautioned not to repeat the offense and let off upon payment of costs The death of Mary Nulty wife of John Xulty is deeply mourned at Dundalk Mrs Nulty suffered a long illness during which she was well prepared for the end by the minis trations of the church of which she was a steadfast memqer Lord Rathdonnel Dunleer has sold the Wllllstown property to the Estates Commissioners for distribu tion among the laborers and small farmers Hope Is entertained that that body will lose no time in divid ing the lands among deserving appli cantsUniversal Is the grief for the death of Sister Mary Magdalen OMalley at the Convent of Mercy in Ardee The good Sister was born at Castlebar County Mayo and was called away at a comparatively early age Sister Mary was In her fortyfirst year and tho thirteenth of her religious pro fessionThe suit brought In Dublin by John Taafe J P for possession of the Fairy mount at Louth was dismissed by the Master of the Rolls who held that John Byne was rightfully in pos session The case proved to be highly Interesting from a historical and archaeological point of view apart from the many intricate ques tions of law Last week the Irish Literary So ciety of London held Its annual historical excursion which commenced at Drogheda and continued three days The Boyne battlefield New grange and Dowth Mellifont and Monasterbolce the Hill and Abbey of Slane St Ercs Hermitage Navan Tara and Bectlve Abbey were anions the points of interest visited Agnes Brady a young Dublin girl who had traveled with an ex cursion from Dublin to Warren point was accidentally killed at the latter station by the second special leaving for Dublin Her father and mother were members of the party but they left by the first train and the first intimation they received of the accident was a telegram inform lug them that their daughter had been killed BLOOD WILL TELL Not in a thousand years will blood forget blood The column had been winding all the morning through open country Now it was approaching closed woodland and high grass The captain of the company act Ing as advance guard knew that trouble was probably ahead He called to bis pet sergeantthe man he had been saving through all the day for the time when a best man was needed Sergeant OHara he said 1 want you to pick out from the company any six men you choose and go ahead You can have anybody you wantonly choose the beet you know I think we will be fired on from those low hills SilrgeantOHars eyes searched the company McCarthyODodlellMoriarty hesitated His glarfl Briered sully up find dowrr un1 FRANK FEHRpotWINGCO 1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone West 191 +1913rHE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers t i Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED a TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILLE KR ASK x0is FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHEREHO- ME PHONE 7569 CUMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN B FRANK t WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE B- YJOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEERr 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY OFPICB 8TOO HOURS SUNDAYSI DONT YOU WANT Good Denial Work Done For the Least Money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed OR H J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STIE- ErSUBSCRIBE NOW FOR THE KentuckyIrish American IP Sent anywhere in the United States for 1 per year Foreign countries 150 per year honest Swedes burly Teutons lanky Yankees there were In plenty But whereoh yes there on the left of the line that brighteyed pug nosed redheaded little beggar nod ding and Imploring attention with his twistedup face The sergeants brow cleared Lynch be called with a sigh of relief This is hIm sorr he added turning to the captain- GENTLEMAN Heres a new definition of a gentle man A man thats clean inside and outside who neither Jooks up to thee rich nor down on the poor who can lose without squealing and win with out bragging who is eon Werate to whiffischeat and who Jkik e W MMweJot the world anirf lets other peopkrzurre theirs 0 3 All the new Spring and Summer Styles and Shapes can be found here at reasonable prices MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTERO- PEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTJO i1 VENT Poprtetor Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing sod Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Office 218 West Chestnut Both Phones r Calve your boyi an education that will pre pare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xnverlan brothers Classical Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory De EquippedOymnaliumTerm I HENRY A AJPJ POLS DYER AND GLEANER ntladiesandWORK GUARANTEED Phone 2633 528 Fifth Street WINES r LIQUORS GI- GMSiVALS SALOONVALLT06TR Hot Lunch every morning from fe30 L oclockL P u i6 r r Fi 4 xtI V KEN UCk IRISH AMNRICA147 4 END OF SEASONS SALE r THE BIG AT STORE HIGH GRADE MENS SUITS 5t 875tlO75t 1275 1575 STRAW HATS at Half Price h MENS SHIRTS 39c 75c 115 424 West Merkel St THE BIG STORE Foutb between sad Pifth MILTON M MARBLESTONE a CO 1908 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1908 VOTE FOR HERMANN DoNEWCOMB Candidate F- orOONGRBSS s e e Subject to Action of Democratic Partysth Concessional District FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL 517529 Fifth Louisville Ky i RATES 2 AND 250 PER DAY i Centrally located on all car lines accessible to all parts of the city and parks 7 + + + f 0f me Ghas ft Rogers BOOK Go i PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES 1 TO sUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city + A BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOP EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 W Jefierson S1ree1 f1StS tvoaox Cf Q MY BANNON Praa The Summer DrinK Beyond all question is Iced Tea A good deal of the pleasure in using this beveragez is dependent on the quality and flavor of the Tea Come to the store and sample OUR KIND New fountain free service Try Mulloys Te- as45c POUNDGr- een and Black Mixed MULLOYCOFFEE sail W IVrATeKICT STREET ITm Q Ii QUICK MEAL 1 GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meat bus been universally acknowledged as the best gas ran e la the market They cook quickly bake excellently an f on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and arc made to last The new lruprovemen1s this year will keep it in the front rank Having made our 1907 contract before the advance in pricF of all iron goods we are able to sell ai old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Calfed For and Delivered Both Phones 2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 913915 SEVENTH ST f o +r K XKKKK K X WKK W XMX XX o jo 4 JAS W HENDRICKS WM GHARDING fII f X I II- y i F X Corporation Railroad and Bank Work a Specialty t X- Y T Office Home Phone 2279 Residence Home Phone 8476 j 1 1 All consultations strictly confidential and we furnish bond if required ReferenceAny reputable firm or corporation In the city X BLDGfir I 6Mgr Pr IANNON TresslVlci Ptll A lL h VEENEMAN- S cntary Kentucky HeJe BrickE k Go INCORPORATED fitde auYaoturerA of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK0 FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS auWit TELEPHONIC IlL TELRPHONR 1282 r + m s r HISTORIC Ohl1Uesltlcnts Doors Can Trace Its History Hack For More Than Two t Centuries Progressive Committee Paid Visit to Louisville For Pointers OLD LANDMARKS THAT ARE LEFT Vinccnnes that quaint old Indiana town Is preparing for a home coming this fall anti her 20000 Inhab Itunts expect that the population will be quintupled for at least a week The glad hand will be extended to nil former natives residents and their descendants from October 5 to 10 and so anxious are the Vihcennes people to do the thing properly that u committee of representative and progressive citizens were sent to Louisville this week to learn how this city arranged and carried out Its homecoming project in 1000 This committee was made up ol Messrs Peter 15 McCarthy Charles Miller and Henry Ostendorf The commit tee lost no time about Its work on arriving here and returned homo laden with new and practical ideas The Vincennes homecoming project was organized onlyI two weeks ago but the various committeemen are hustlers and are losing no time in perfecting their arrangements I I Vinccnnes traces its history back to the year 1702 and antedates Lou isville by ninny years Its early settlers were French Catholics who had come down from Canada long before the American republic was dreamed of The first pastor was the Rev Father Glbault an historic figure in the early history of the State In early days VIncennes was only a rude wooden fort built by the French settlers to protect themselves from the raids and depredations of the Indians Today Vlncennes has n population of 20000 progressive and cultured people and all point with pride to the early history of their city Time descendants of many of the old French families are still living in the old town and the old graveyard near the church still con talus gravestones marking the last resting place of the early settlers Among the land marks still extant are the old Harrison house the home 01 William Henry Harrison first Territorial Governor of Indiana and afterward President of the United States and likewise the grandfather of the late President Hen jamin Harrison The old uegislatirc hall is also still standing But while there are old landmarks about the town there are also many new and substantial as well as uptn date and modernly equipped in the manufacturing line Mn cennes has a rolling mill two sewer pipe factories two large distilleries three flourishing factories a bridge wlmlowlglassfactories and minor manufacturing establishments It is adjacent to the oil fields of Indiana and the whole town is furnished fuel and illumina tion from the natural gas fields Vineennes is situated pleasantly on the Wabash river It is 172 miles from Louisville 104 from Indian 11 polls and 150 from St Louis All the railroads wyi make greatly re homecomlnglwcekI They remember that it was there that Gen George Rogers Clark fought and defeated the British and Indian forces under Gen Hamilton There Iis also a tradition that Ken tacky bluegrass first came from the vicinity of Vincennes The story is tholClarkKentucky brought ourlStateI Blue Jeans was a product of Vin cennes no was Henry S Cawthorn I exSpeaker of the United States House of Representatives and Dr Hubard M Smith the great historian All these have long since passed away but there is one Hvintr con fleeting link between the present and the past William Green ninety six years old He still talks inter byTheing repaired and renovated New putlInI and generally new furnishings One of the stained glass windows was donated by Peter R McCarthy It depicts St Patrick with a shamrock in his hand explaining the mystery of the Trinity Vincennes will present an attractive appearance when Its former residents dayshencehotel for the entertainment ofvisl itors FEDERATION Matters of Interest to Be Discussed Thursday Night The regular monthly meeting of the Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies will be held at S oclock next Thursday evening at Bertrand Hall President Newton G Rogers and the officers s desire a full attendance of delegates as several matters of interest are to come lit for discussion and fiction The Federation Bulletin will be distributed as well as copies of the Fremans Journal containing the special re tort ot tha late monster Catholic centennial ce taftoo ln dew York City In dfl an ftddrew has i SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O ix- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls OitlHalt on First and Tuesday MulloyViceRecording Secretary Thomas Keenan JrI- tecordIng Sec Thoa Keenan Jr Financial SecretaryThos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finnegan DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Fridav Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresIdentDan McKenna Treasurerowen Keiran Recording SecretaryJoseph T synch Financial SecretaryJ T Keaney SergeantatArmsJames SayerB Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets PresidentPatrick T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording Secretary L J Mackey Financial SecretaryJ G Hession TreasurerDaniel J Doygherty SentinelThomas Noo- nSergeantatArmsPatrick Bgley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy Vice PresIdentThomas Lynch Financial Secretary William J Connelly Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Treasurer Harry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermo- ttSergeantatArmsJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JBFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days Each Month at Plans Hall yViceCole TreasurerBernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial SecretaryChas Robards SentinelTimothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsBernard Coyle Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentRobert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana han Second Vice President Samuel I RobertsonRecording SecretaryAustin E Walsh Corresponding SecretaryThomas Bachman Financial SecretaryFrank O AdamsTreasurerDan Weber MarshalA Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy been promised by a well known clergymanSince Federation has been meeting In Bertrand Hall the attendance of delegates has largely in creased The proceedings are always interesting and instructive and without any display of strength the body is becoming a force that IIs recognized in matters public wherein Catholics interests are concerned TWO FIGHTS Pulled Off in City Hall at- One and Same Time Louisville has no zoological garden but it has u menagerie at the City Hall and when the animals are stirred up there is no end of fun Probably it was the weather but at any rate something caused a commotion Wednesday night and before the atmosphere cleared there had been two knock downs and one arrest It was a sort of tworing circus affair and hereafter nobody ought to call thjs Grlnstead administration a one horse affair A fight on the first floor and a simultaneous fight on the sec ond floor Is going some No reports have been made from the third floor or the basement but time improves beIJobnItective Hubert Jennings Foster knocked down Thomas OMara a saloonkeeper and alleged that OMara had attempted to shoot him gunslIeequal In either weight nor height polItics Public Works he has developed a penclmnt for being the victim of knock downs He has a way of call ing people liars that some men re sent chap Joyes former Secretary gaveDarretWednesday night Councilman Richardson gave him a second dose Strange to relate Barrets friends always put up the plea that he is crippled in one arm Nobody finds it out until he is down and out and then the man courageous enough to resent an insult Is expected to shed crocodile tears AMATEUR JIASEDAUj The Y M I Athletics a team of crack amateurs from New Albany will cross bats with the H A J Pula nine at La Pallles Park Thirtyfirst and Rudd avenue at 030 oclock tomorrow morning The line up for time New Albany team will betJ Charlesl licke catcher Adolph Barkhous pitcher John Pontrich short stop Michael Roth first base William C Day second base Edward Ricke third base Frank Jaegers right field Louis Lamke center iield john Martei leltfleld John lontrich will captain the team and Fred C Refs a tQ be the manager The Y If ro sxt genie will be played against amine from Duncan h Onsk n Always use Isrilt to grease your eakp pane as the arft In the butter asuaeaIL to stick paneI LADY DAY Midsummer Feast in Honor of the Blessed Virgin Occurs Next Week I Assumption of the Mother of Our Saviour Commemo I rated by Church j Last Holy Day of Obligation Until Feast of All Saints in November WHAT THE CHURCH TEACHES One wek from today August 13 the church throughout the world celebrates the feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin In Ireland and England it is commonly called Lady day It is the great Catholic feast of the harvest season and in foreign countries it Is a day of feasting and rejoicing as well as a holy dBof obligation In America it Is likewise n holy dayof obligation and to the Catholics of Louisville it has a special interest since it is the natronnl feast of the Cathedral Written history of the life of the Blessed Virgin after the crucifixion of her Divine Son is meager and vugue Yet we are taught that she lived under the care of St John the beloved It is not certain when nor where she died From a passage oi n letter of the Fathers assembled In the General Council of Ephesus some of the doctors of the church hold that she was buried in that city but the common tradition of the church represents her as having died In Jerusalem where her empty tomb was shown to pilgrims as late as the seventh century The church teaches that nlthougl our Blessed Mother died her body was preserved from corruption and was united to her soul in the kingdom of heaven To commemorate her be lief in this contention the church annually celebrates the Feast of the Assumption on August 15 In the prayers used by the church on this feast there is no distinct assertion ol the corporal assumption but it Iis plain that the church encourages this belief from the fact that she selects for the lessons during the octave a passage from St John Damascene in which the history of the assumption Is given in detail It Is also confirmed by the testimony of St Andrew of Crete and of ninny ancient martyr ologles and missals It is moreover a striking fact that notwithstand- Ing the zeal of the early church in I collecting and venerating relies no relics of the Blessed Virgins body have ever been exhibited The Feast of time Assumption wai observed in the sixth century both in the East and West All the faithful who recite the rosary commenoratii this feast in the fourth glorious mys tery The faithful must remember holydaymust hear mass under pain of mortal sin It will be the last holy day ot obligation until All Saints day November 1 DUE RESPECT Paid the Memory of Old Hibernian by His Associates I At the meeting of Division 2 A i 0 H last Friday night the committee previously appointed adopted I thodeathHibernian and one of the oldest members of the division The com mittee made up of President Con J I LynchJMeehan reported as follows Resolver That In the death ofi Brother Owen Keiran Division 2 A 0 Ht has sustained a sad affliction and lost one of its most successful members We esteemed him for his many virtues loved him for his In terest in our order and cherished him for his kind acts to the mem bers of our division Resolved That Division 2 A 0 H does hereby tender her sympathy to the family and beg to offer this simple tribute to his memory as a brother hoping that our merciful Saviour will furnish his comforting presence In this hour of trial and lonelinessResolved That Division 2 shall drape her charter for thirty days and these resolutions be spread upon the copybebrother DESERVE REWARD r Tomorrow afternoon promises to be an epoch in Louisvilles baseball history and the winning or losing of the game with Indianapolis will prove pennantTheLouisville team has caused men nIl over the circuit to sit up and fake notice and furthermore President Thomas Barker promises that the team wllf capture the pennant While we are all boosting for a Greater Louisville Iin an advertising way the capturing of the American Assocla tion pennant will prove to be a bigger thing in that line than the Com mercial Club or any other similar or ganization could accomplish Whether the team does this or not time fans should get together and show tbelr appreciation of the efforts of that noble leader Jimmy Burke and his teammates by arranging a monster benefit at the close ot the season next month ANNUAL OUTING The Kdights of St John will have their annual outing at tha White City Monday sad their friends nil ove- rtte city ar rwcpfcUd to turn oat in large numbers n ry n I 150 Round TripTh- eOnly EXCURSION This Year t- oJASPIR IND Sunday August 16th Via Southern Railroad Seventh Street Depot Train Leaves 745 a m Refreshments of All Kinds on Train Given under auspices of the SALESMENS BENEVOLENT SOCIETY 1908 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1908 SWAGAR SHERLEY Candidate for ReElection t- oCONGRESSFIFTH DISTRICT Subject to action of Democratic Party UNION ICE CREAM CO 1 aanuYaoturar of Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets 627633 EIGHTH STREET We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This en ables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors Home Phone 2144 Cumb Main 1429y I 3rI I IBE SURE TO CALL FORI McKENNA I WHISKYI- T 1 IS ALWAYS PURE McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky OOIH r v JOHN J TULLY LIFESAVER THE OLD Manufacturer of all kinds of Handmade Rope Twine and Canvas Hammocks i Seines Nets Elevator Transmission and Wire Rope Splicing Fishing Tackle andiCamping Outfits for sale or rent Awnings Tents Tarpaulins Yacht and Fish ermens Supplies Waterproof 011 Clothing Butchers Aprons and Nets Life Pre servers Yacht Flags and Fenders Sanitary Laundry and Shopping Bags Rope Ladder Fire Escapes Telephone 3569 main 153 THIRD STREET Louisville Ky FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 353 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HJiOADgUARTJEDR8 nOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season priaKLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables sad all firet clase market prod vale LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS HEATS ONLY A rANtNNNNISNeNNNNANNNAAA ANN Smiths Crony Boltlid In Rend SMITH DISTILLING COMPANY IHMNrWATM M U anJr At Above atttrprom WftNVH Ht PT I t1 Q Mag the WillllwI I I CM Give Yeti Pure miAty at Lew frtcei- 4Year OM stt 2U pr tfaita H0p3IIItII II it49I II H 14ie u II tio H W iTiSMITHillf Wf PM Ml fwj Lull r1M4 9J4 Il as nrJrP o I pawandI s