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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1- n c l- ittp I KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN IVOLUME XXLNOI 10 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 5 1908 PRICk P1VECKN1S KENTUCKY Members of C K of A Will Hold State Convention III This City Two Busy Business Sessions Will Complete All the 1 Work Trolley Hides and Big Banquet Provided For Entertain luent 01 Visitors THE ORDER IS HOLDING ITS OWN The Kentucky State convention of the Catholic Knights of America will be held In this city nct Tues day and if possible all the business will be transacted in one aay The Central Committee through its Entertainment Committee has been the chief factor in arranging for the reception end proper entertainment of the delegates nnd visitors Quite a number of ladles are expected to accompany the delegates and to see that they are properly provided for a special committee of ladles pre skied over by Mrs William M HIg- gins has been organized The delegates will assemble at St Marys church at 9 oclock Tuesday morning where the cry Rev Father Westermann will celebrate high mass The sermon will be preached by the Rev P M J Rock a veteran member of tne order After the religious ceremonies the delegates will proceed to the new and handsome home of the Knights of Columbus where the first busi ness session will be held After President Deltennnnn has called the con higginsChairman mittee will deliver an address of welcome The various committees will then be appointed after which givetlinnlate their reports During the re cess the delegates and visitors will bo given a ride over tho city and will be shown various points of in terest After luncheon the business ses dons wilt be resumed the reports of the various State officers and com mittees will be read and acted upon and the new officers elected Great interest IB centered In the race for State President State Secretary and State Treasurer The incum beats are Charles Deitermnnn Coy ington Albert F Martin Louisville and Sylvester Rapier New lEaven In the evening all will assemble at Hosiers Hotel Second and Jefferson streets where a train of electric cars will be on hand The cars will leave promptly at 730 oclock anti after tbormlghfaresnings Park where an excellent ban quet will be provided Col Jacob P McGinn will be the toastmaster The Rev Father P M J Rock will de liver the opening address anti State President Deltermann will respond to tho toast Catholic Knights of America After a vocal solo by William Veeneman Major Gen Michael Reichert will respond to The Uniform Rank Miss Louise Fucklcr the first lady in the State to join the order will talk nbout KnighthoodI in Kentucky Harry I Veeneman will respond to The xperlenccsinJ address by Supreme Detegate Thomas Qleason of Covington null William M higgins will have some thing to say about The Press After that other delegates will be called upon for impromptu talks About forty delegates are expect ed and during the convention their lieadcitiarters will be at Hosiers Hotel The order Ih Kentucky and throughout the country Is holding its own ns will be shown by the reports of the State officers SILYEll JUBILEE rather Lawrence Kearney Twentyfive Years- a Priest The Very key Father J R Clark O P Prior of St Louis Bertrands Convents will leave Monday for Zanea r vllle Ohio to assist at the celebra tlon of the twentyfifth anniversary of the Very Rev Provincial of the Dominicans Father Lawrence F Kearney O P The celebration will be hold at St Thomas Monastery 1 Zanesville next Wednesday The heads of Dominican houses all over tho province wilt bo on hand to offer their felicitations to their very rev superiorFather Is not yet fifty years old He Is robust of massive physique engaging manner a prO- found student and in all probability o the greatest pulpit orator in the Dominican order He Iis moreover a Kentuckian Born at Lexington he receliigd his early education in this State Later he went td the Uni versity of Louvain and was grndu ated with distinguished honors On returning to America no vas made novice master at St Rose convent in Washington county Eleven years gOih was elected Provincial of thisI w lomInlcarm and has held that inff vorttnt office ever since To hlaI 4 reigI4 and management Is due- I i the erection of jhe Dominican Gel r tec asid monastery which is suo 0 an KttporUut adjunct to the Catholi UatuIty hi Wanhfcftoa Xever iin the hurtcry of the province M UJ fl J R other man served as its head eleven years forII Bishop Hartley of Columbus Ohio nnd mnny other priests will assist nt Father Kearneys silver jubilee next Wednesday NEW BISHOP Noted Derry Parish Priest- Is Notified of His Selection The Very Her Father John Tohtll parish priest in the County Down has been formally notified of liii selection by the Holy See as Bishop of Down and Connor otto of the most Important dioceses in Ireland The Bishopelect was born in the parish of Tamlaghtoorilly Diocese of Berry fiftythree years ago In Maynooth Irelanils great ecclesias Heal college he made his theological studies After n distinguished course he was ordained In 1878 Wherevei his lot has been cast since then Father Tohlll won the affection and esteem of the people and his eleva thin to the Episcopate line given uni versal satisfaction to the Catholh i body throughout the diocese over which he has been appointed to rule nnrLInlie presented the case of his core Unionists to the Day Commission on the Belfast riots of 1880 in an nblc manner Ills crossexamination hy Mr Campbell IC C was most inter esting and it was generally admitted that lIe acquitted himself splendidly He prominently advocated Catholic rights when the Belfast Corporation bill was introduced in 1805 and the city wards were arranged so as to give Catholics representation npd he compiled a pamphlet stating clearly and vigorously the municipal grlev ances of the Belfast Catholics ETERNAL REST for Thomas Sullivan an Old and Esteemed Citizen The funeral of Thomas Sullivan who died at the family residence 120 Hepburn avenue late Thursday night of last week took place from St Johns church Saturday morning The deceased was seventyfive years old and a native of Ireland but hind yearsTheBax who officiated at tho wedding of Mr Sullivan in 1857 nnd wno also officiated at the fiftieth wedding anniversary n year ago celebrated SaturdayMrwife and three daughters They are Sister Mary Martha Superior of St Vin cents Orphan Asylum Sister Thomas Marie of St Marys Academy Paducah and Mrs Dan J Hcnncssy of 1128 Hepburn avenue Two other daughters fcho became SJsters of Charity died a few years ago License Inspector William J Sullivan and nephews was for thirtyfive years a foreman for Cornwall Brothers soap factory antI was held in high esteem by nil who knew him Ho had been ill many months anti lilt death was not unexpected The funeral services were largely attended PROTECTION For the Home and Family Assured by Citizens 4Life Americans have the reputation of loving their homes and families The iinerican not only provides for those depending on him iiv life but lIe sees that they are provided for in case of Ills death To do this ho looks around for the safer and most adrnntn eouu proposition offered by life insurance companies A life insurance policy is n necessity In America There are many companies hat afford protection to his home but it is all the more desirable when ho finds that heaelqttorferRInso many Louisville people are anxious to ttake out policies in the Citizens Life Insurance Company whoso leadquarters are in this city It hast capital of 500000 and the majority ot its stockholders are residents of Louisville Behind the Citizens Life is M W Durd its managing director ire quently referred to as the human dynamo Mr Burd came to Louis rU1IllsI a large retail store Eenergy and enthusiasm forced hint to rise anti he Is now Vice President of the Louig ville Dry Goods Company a director In the Franklin Bank ns well as be ing this managing director Of the Citizens Life Mr Burd has also been active in such progressive or ganizatlons as the Louisville Com mercial Club the Merchants nnd Manufacturers Association and holds membership in Post D Trav elers Protective Association 1l10Citlze1tsfirst to recognize the good that such a company would accomplish for the people and the city It is hardly necessary to call attention of the reader of the Ken tucky Irish Airerlcuu to their adver tiseincnt Inanothercohtmn PASTOR IS IMPROVED TheI They Father III Ihoersig who 1 has been quite ill of blood poisoning at the home of ills 8l taj Mrs John Mueller Nsw Albany Is oonv la ont He extwite tel returp to his dutieB as L pIItorofS t MarY tsLurch at Miid J Iei lid at nearly date 11111 I friends are rcJolclBJr over bin pee r ssiaorry c Cjj 1 EUCHARISTIC h f f Congress nt London Will Bo the 1 Most Notable Gathering in England 1h iise Nine Cardinals Will Grace the Assembly With Their PresenceI Thousands of Distinguished Churchmen Will Be in Attendance jGRAND RELIGIOUS CEREMONIES The International Eucharistic Congress will be solemnly inaugurated at Westminster Cathedral London at 8 oclock Wednesday evening The congress bids fair to be one of the most notable gatherings ever held In EnglandIt originally intended to limit 1 the membership tickets to 6000 but these were all disposed of several weeks ago and arrangements now nre on foot for the accommodation of a much larger number The Duke of Norfolk is taking an active part iin the arrangements and as Chairman of the Reception Committee lie iIs organizing a welcome for the JPapal delegate Cardinal Vannutelll C who is to act as President of the Congress and who is to arrive in JLondon September 8 Eight other Cardinals will be present Cardinal Gibbons whose name is a household word in the United States intends to taftert tingesPrince Max of Saxony who was for some years a Catholic curate III Whitechapel London He is now an I Archbishop and domestic Chaplain toII the Pope and is we believe tile only priest of royal blood He can preach In four languages and his helpI should therefore be invaluable to the international gathering Archbishop Bourne has issued cor 1 dial invitations over his own hand toJJ all Catholic members of Parliament but ns those are to be found for tho part among the Irish representatives T twho have returned to Ireland it is not expected they will be present in 1 large numberstIn will be in 1 attendance KHbbons of Baltimore M ran of Sydney Cogue of Armagh Lecot of Bordeaux 1 Fischer of Cologne Mercier of Mechlin Ferrari of Milan Mathicu Papallegate J On time mornIng of Thursday atm0 oclock there will be high mass in the Cathedral while in the afterC noon at 5 there will bo vespers and benediction Between these two hours that is to say from 1030 till 1230 in time early part of the day nUll from 230 till 430 in the after noon the sectional meetings wlll beheld In the evening nt 8 oclock will tithe place time first great meetI HnljOn j r 11 time pro gramme will closely follow that of theIprevious day so far ns the services in time Cathedral nnd time sectional meetings arc concerned In the even lug however the meetings in tluii Albert Mall will taLc the form of a reception by Cardinal Vannutelll tblIIPapal legate On Saturday September 12 there will he high mass In the Byzantine rite In the Cathedral at 9 oclock and sectional meetings from 1050 to 1230 but in the afternoon the Ifst of features will be varied by a chil drens service in the Cathedral with a procession of the Blessed Seem ntent nnd Benediction Arrangements are also being made for the holding of a great meeting of men in time Albert Hall when the chief nddress will probably be delivered by Car dinal Mercier of Mechlin Sunday September 13 will be the great as it will also be the conclud- Ing day of the Congress At 1030 that morning Cardinal Vannutelll time Papal legate will sing pontifIcal hIgh mass In Westminster Cathedral III presence of nil the Cardinals in attendance on the Congress and the sermon will be delivered by Cardinal Gibbons Archbishop of Baltimore In the afternoon at 4 oclock there will be pontifical vespers sermon a great procession of the Blessed Sacrament To Deuni benediction and solemn congressNothingto match these two services will ever have been seen in England since the Reformation whilst in the matter of the number of Cardinals present they will be quite unprecedented in recent times outside of Italy WEST END Inhabitants Held Annual Picnic and Enjoyed the Day The annual picnic of West Enders was held August 26 at Spring hank Park and was attended by one 0f the largest and jolliest gatherings that has ever been present at these delightful affairs The dancing hall was beautifully decorated with vines sail shrubbery where a delicious dinner und supper was fiemdJ Among time features of thmediiWns- potato and sack racing and a water melon contest The first prize was worm bY Miss i l1nle ordjtJtesec nd biS W1tftffO wsilei the third wa honorably ym by Howl Johmnion I Amour thaw wbo participated l the Bays pureweoe Mr aDdi ct t i r ChnrlelllGerardi OjeUiMnrgaretLIlly OHearn Mr i nd Mrs Patrick Savage Mary Elizabeth Savage Mrs tVllliam Ford Miss JSitnle Ford Mary Mice Ford Dr nniji Mrs Bernard OConnor Louise ty Catherine and Helen OConnor rB Tekla Rosen I j Mrs Cassle Pogell Mr and Mrs Rob rt Loran Marlon Catherine nnlllI Robert Loran Jr J hn II Colcmnn Marie Coleman Heiry Donald and Turgnret COleman lisR Lottie McDonald Miss Stellar OConnor MrI nd Mrs Leonard IjKing Margaret BllrdKinteal Dalton K DELEGATES SE To A 0 H Stale Convention Will Get Hundred Thous 11 anti Wclftdines DiIsIoims IVIII B It1 hy Full Electors I Ii WII Ladles Auxiliary Will Also I Hold Convention In jl This City IJ I SOCIAL FUNCTIONS ARRANGED IV I l Everything is in readiness for the State convention of the Ancient Order I I of IIibernlnns wl1i iiis to bl held in ItJ uesdn3Selltember I tt the bnncjiiellnml reception will all be held at the Unit House All of the uivisions iriithe State have I Ii signedby I other officers anti jttiere is every as surance that each j division will be represented by its fpll quota of dole gates nnd alternate The County perfected I tile business and social features The Ladles Auxiliary will hold its Stnte convention here ut the same time I and its delegates and visitors will J take parf in the social functions Committees froiujjlhe A O II and I the Ladles Auxiliary will meet tlm- trains Sunday September 1Jto wel come the incomingticlflegates arid vie ItoraIn tlie after7oijituerAwilUbe cityMondayfirst business session will be held State President Butler will call the meeting to order at 0 oclock The i Chapm of Covington State Vice President James B Dempsey of Paris State CovingtonBurdine of Ashland The banquet will be heM at thIGait House at 730 oclock Monday evening County President John A Murphy has been selected as toast master for the occasion and the speakers will bo State President George T Butler Miss Mary Cor- coran Stnte President of the Ladles Auxiliary Judge M T Shine of Coy ington nnd others to be yet selected After the banquet tho delegates alternates and members will have a reception and dance IThe menu cards ordered by thoIocal lEntertain ment Committee arc as handsome us cityTheGait House will be arranged in Manager OShaugh nessys best style and the delegates may be prepared for a feast of the best the market affords After the banquet the reception and thence will be held at time old Athletic Club now known as the University School Fifth anti Zane streets Every member of the order in Louisville will be given tickets for himself and lady friends to attend the reception and thence Miss Mary Corcoran State Presi pIeIadlesharmony with tIme Hibernians ini ar ranging for the convention Ashlantl Covington Newport and Paris will be well represented In fact a party of thirty ladies are coming from Cov ington to take part in the convention The headquarters for the ladies durI- ng time convention will be at the Catholic Womans Club TRANSFERRED TO TRENTON The Rev Father Lucius Matt OF M who has been pastor of St An thonys church In Jeffersonvllle for several years has been transferred to Trenton N J He preached Ills farewell sermon last Sunday lIe will be succeeded by Rev Father Stephen O F M who has been lila assistant This was rather Matts second term as pastor at St Anthonys anti he was well beloved by the people of Jeffersonvllle FATHER MAT1IEW MAN Martin Dalton of Knocknagorma County Limerick Ireland recently celebrated the sijcty lxth anniversary of taking the pledge from the lamented Father Theobald Matthew Mr pledgeliewalks two miles to mans every Sun day morning This patriarch is an uncle of DJ Colaman the well known Louisville Hibernian I CHARlTiTiIibe truiteesof 8 AipJipB Cemetery Association of gyntoafca NY have 1rUsetndufof that 1t7m OtP t RTIRSVe- nerable I Pastor of St JohnH Feels That His Work Is Done 9 Bather B x Will Take Well Earned Rest AlterLoug- SerIce Leaves Splendid Record For Others In Ills Sllhcrcto I Kimiliitc SUCCESSOR IS NOT YET NAMED b After serving fiftyfive years inI the diocese of Louisville and fittyII two years as pastor of St Johns uhurch Clay anti Walnut streets me venerable and Very Rev Father Lawrence Jinx feels that life work is I Jone He hits resigncu us pastor of St Johns and will take a well I earned vacation While he lies made no definite plans for the future it is probable that Father Bax will soon journey to Europe to take a long rest in his native country Holland where he has many relations among them a nephew and a grandnephew In the priesthood Both of these I clergymen were in Louisville a few years ago when Father Bax ode I jubileeI Father I Bax to a representative of time Ken lucky Irish American a few days ago I feel that my work is done nm voluntarily resigning my feeUngIhlltworld I have not yet determined when nor where 1 will go I1 nave one record to be proud of I feel it- sli that I am leaving St Johns with out one cent of debt on any part of tthe church property I am resigning voluntarily I love time people of St Johns and shall never forget thom There are people in this parish whom grandchlldrenI goodbye among them For Louisville for Kentucky and for the people of HtI Johns 1 have the kindest regard end hope that the people of my old punchof the city and of the State will continue to be blessed Father Bax was born in Holland over elghtyiyearsngo Early inhik youth he became a student for the priesthood and resolved to devote hiS life to work in American missions lie was ordained in 1853 and soon after came to the Louisville diocese with time late Right Rev Martin John Spalding at that time Bishop of Louisville He was made touchier SeimminuryItardstown years Among his pupils in those uays were the late Father Lawlor of St Patricks Father Disney of the Sacred Heart church and Fathers Baclmiann and Crane of Louisville and Miiekey of Cincinnati Ohio The latter three are fitill alive In 1850 Father flax came to Louis yule to nsume the pastorate of St Johns church which at that finic was n small frame structure on Tel ferson street near Preston His pastoratet extendedt from Brool street on the west to time limits of Jefferson county on the east and from the Ohio river on time north to Bullitt countyH line In two yenVn stritelyhrlclstreets that will remain long as a monument to him Father flax also built school houses and a rectoryemit bellished and ndnrnOd the church from time to time anti within Ia few years lifter Its erection hud iJ4 pleasure to assist at its consecrations lie has lied a conference of the H Vincent de Paul Society an Jifir youngladieslion for moro than fifty years lIe is tIme oldest priest in the diocese anti within time past year celebrated golden jubilee masses for three couples that lIe married fifty years ego They were the anniversaries of Mr and Mrs Thomas Sullivan Mr and Mrs Frank Baron anti Mr anti MurrayFather beloved by his people and wherever ho goes the prayers of his old parishioners for along life anti a happy death will fol low him The exact date for lila re tirement has not been set norwil it he until lila successor lies been named by the Right Tier Bishop Me Closkey At present the Rev Father nssstlntFatherflock anti the people of St Johns hmlgimhyInnmongthem ALTERNATES Division 1 Had a Splendid Business Session This Week t spleildidbusinessance Tuesday night President JoInt M Mulloy and Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr were In their respective chairs Patrick Filbuwi and Thomas Driscoll are to be Initiated at the next meeting Patrick White one was injured in a street car Accident several weeks ago wa reported well and at wor- kPreidHt ifwlloy made the formal woudIYen1abtofOowrit If the arrangements for the State onvention Time following alternates to the tate convention were chosen Dave Council Martin J Cusick Valsh and M McQIllieuddy homnsII ronan was reported on the presemitisite4ete in a body LAST CHOKI Harp of Old Irish Musician Now Silent to the World Another Irish bard Prof James err has passed away Despite his idvanecd years his death did not leem imminent until n few hours be ore he succumbed lie died as he trod nt peace with the world and holyiothierand and for his foster mother Amer ca Kind gentle and dignified x a over of art on inspired musician 10 American no Irishman could find i higher prototype than Prof James terry He wns born in County Limerick rcland seventyfour years ago At he nge of twenty he came to Amer ca with his wild harp slung be mind hint He mode LouisvilleI his monte and here he lived for fifty rears teaching and practicing his pinijistliefohiowinghiildreijSweeney of Jeffersonvllle Mrs hares Hammerstein Misses An Perryfamesorry of Louisville The last named s prominent among the practitioners it the local bar The deceased was organist at Sacred Heart church for eighteen rears and served nt St Patricks in he same capacity for nine years Ills mineral took place from St Louis ilertrnndH church Wednesday morn ngIDOISG WELL Ladles Auxiliary Gets Sev en New Members This Week The Ladies Auxiliary A O 11 net Wednesday night with n splen lid attendance Miss Hose Sweeney occupied the chair Seven members sere initiated and four applications ivere received It was decided to moldl a special meeting nt the home if Miss Mary Corcoran next Friday nlglittb colnpletejttrrangenientsfor the State Convention which is to bu lield here on September 14 npprcitmtion rccciiu lawn fete at Miss Mary Car coraiis residence by giving n rising rote of thanks Mummy of the ladles expressed their approval of time ar rangements that intro been made to rqmrtHlllJwmade on the lawn fete SERMONS IN STARS French Priest Residing In New York Reads Universe Tlie Rev Father Joseph Uulchiteau a venerable French priest attached to the Church of St Vincent de Paul Xew York City is one of the most profound students of astronomy in the United States He rends ser nions in time stars anti finds in the study of the universe overwhelming proof that there is a living God di recting all things He has a little observatory of his own construction built on the roof of the parish house In that little structure he spends most of his nights In talking to a representative of the Now York JEer ald last week he sold The number of wild animals one can discover anti perhaps shoot Is limited very limited lInt time die reveries one may make In time heavens are limitless And with my substitute for a gun my little tel escope I may shoot at myriads of heavenly bodies anti derive a thou send times time pleasure the man with n rifle lies And tell mo1 lyelltwlnldcdmy sort of hunting is a bit more hu man a trifle less bloodthirsty The gracious God that guides tueI feet of man on earth guides the footsteps of the Martians and directs tIme destinies of all Ills creatures in worlds unknown to us The Rev Father Guichctcati stood on the steps of Ills astronomical observatory on the roof of time parish house and talked earnestly to some visiting members of his congregation on the wonders of the heavens as revealed by his remarkable telescope intot110iyithttimeWhat Is revealed to man by the tel comprehension need be given ihe unbeliever than a view through the telescope on a clear and starry night Ifc brings to mind that linEs from the Night Thoughts of Edward Young By nlght an atheist half believes In God TO TEACH IRISH HISTORY The Rev Father John Cavannugh President sit Notre Dame College line announced that a chair of Irish hU tory liBB beenestabllshed at bis uni versity The faculty has had tho matter iiiwJeri advisement for a year ltlGlIcI oralLy wU occupy the cllalrI X1 to OWED Ills Tent Like the Arab Iud Silently Stole Away to Quiet City Administration Made Mark oiConnullniaii In Police Court Individual rollCrtJ Owners Get Notice to Iteinove Their Weeds QUESTIONS TO BE ANSWERED When County Clerk Murk Gabhart read the Kentucky Irish American 1 lust Saturday he packed his grip anti quietly hied himself to French Lick Springs Of ocurse he will rjtuni but in all probability lIe will be a little more circumspect about his conduct when he gets home No other paper In Louisville said a word Jabout the row at Twentyfifth anti Market streets In which Mr Gabhart ifigured and as a consequence the Kentucky Irish American is being dyedlnthewool ville It would take a dully paper with sill reporters working overtime a whole week to recount all the things 1 that happened in local political cir irice this week For instance none iof the daily papers hues informed its ireaders that one of the new Lieutenants of Police within the past thlrtytwodaJScould not raise the money to pay his fine nor find friends to go on his bond Councilman Joint L Richardson in an open meeting of the General Council opened up his batteries again on C C Stall of the Board of Public Works Mr Stoll made an explanation that failed to explain why he was averse to pacing his por hligimiaumdsbmt HlllreforCommissioner but grabbed at time place on the Board of Works with a 2500 salary attached Mr Richard sons efforts to rebuke Mr Stoll were turned down in the lower board qt the General CouuclLbuJUMr Jlichr j clardson got his as time slang phrase goes when lie appeared in the Police Court WednesdIJVMr Richardson jim an able attorney a good clean fighter anti an ardent Republican but lie is lined up against hiopubiitaiist things in this citys House of a Thousand Scandals A month or more ago he slapped the jaws of Alex G Barret Chairman of the Board of Public Works after Mr Barret had intimated that Council man Richardson had told a falsehood Later Mr Barret swore out a war rant charging Mr Richardson with assault and battery Time case was called the charge amended to an sault anti battery and set for last Wednesday Judge William F Krieger heard the ease Mr Richard son was ably represented by United States Senatorelect W 0 Bradley and the Commonwealth by Col Thomas Bullitt Judge Krieger or dered a fine of 10 and a bonn of WOO for a year Had he made it 20 5J Richardson could have taken an ay peal or hind the original charge of assault and battery been left without amendment Mr Richardson might have had a trial by jury As it stands he hues replcvicd the fine given bond and is awaiting develop mentsWeeds enlrngIngcity administration Time city has a street cleaning department and its employes mire paid to lkeep the high doingitcitys Health Department are serving notices on property owners to get out and cut the weeds from their sidewalks and gutters Strange to say that while many individual prop erty owurs Inure received notices und have complied with the orders of the Health Department no effort seems to have been made to force the big trust companies or large real estate dealers to remove their weeds Out on M street between Fourth and Fifth the city has caused a lot of broken rock to oe dumped In time course of a few months this lime stone rock will have dwindled Into abutting JmJlrovement Is it true that time Firemens Pen sloe Fund lies been diverted to other purposes and that there Is no money available now for paying the men dischargeofsupportofthosodeathIntohOKentucky Will somebody please answer FONTAINE FERRY PARK I wasibtongooereryweehc and Its patrons are extremely sorry that time season is drawing to a close With time Labor day calibre evinimigtimeable management lies proven popular o with time poyumimire1durl11l a- r r u i KENTUOKY IRISH AlYIERIOAlT L J KENTUCKY IRISH flMRIGfift Devoted to the Social and Moral Advancemement ol Irish Americans a d Calholcs Officially Indorsed by Ancient Order of Hibernians Young Mens t Institute and Catholic Knights of America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the Loultvllle Pottofflce ft SecondClass Hitter Address all Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 33537 West Qreei St LOUISVILLE KY ciAiUKlJAY SEPTEMBER 5 1908 I I j 1 1ForPresident TICKET WILLIAM JENNINGS BRYAN For Vice President JOHN W KERN SIGNS OF Tim TIMESI As the year wanes the people who have the best interests of the coun try at heart are looking anxiously forward to November They want to bring about a change in conditions I They Jtnow that an allwise God has provided bounteous crops for the United States that the mines of the country arc laden with wealth in copper zinc iron gold and silver they know that fat cattle r are grazing on the finest pastures in the world but they also know that there are hundreds of thousands of wage earners in the country out of employment The fathers brothers and sons of these United States be sere in protecting their homes and families but they believe that the ballot is the best means of securing the necessary protection They indorse the views of William Jennings Bryan and of John W Kern they indorse the Democratic platform adopted at Denver they stand for a vigorous tariff reform for a fight against the encroach ments of the railroads and other trustsIn Tom Marshall will lend the Democratic hosts to victory In New York the rank and file of the Republicans will aid In defeating CJov Hughes for reelection In Illinois and in fact in every doubtful State there can be no doubt about the vie tories in store for Democrats Kentucky will line up with the solid South us usual std on the day aftecclectionTaftShcrinamandIlitclicock ing what happened to them and how it occurred SEES Tim MGHT It does our dissenting brethren a world of good to mix with the Catholic clergy anti to hear an occasional Catholic sermon Ilev Charles 1 Kellogg pastor or the Presbyterian church at Sandy Dill N Y writes a ac very Interesting letter to the Sandy Hill Herald from Boston In the first paragraph the reverend gentleman pays a fine tribute to Archbishop OConnell and makes some candid admissions regarding the Arch bishops criticism of modern Prot estantism That portion of Mr Kelloggs letter to which we refer is us follows As the local papers state that I am spending my vacation in the city of Boston I may admit that I was in that famous town lust Sunday anti j possibly may bring to the attention of your renders some items of in terest that I gathered during my brief sojourn The day was of o especial importance to our Roman Catholic brethren in connection with the great Federation movement Archbishop OConnell is one of the strong men of New England a grand of the noblest Christian man ishood He preached the sermon in the Cathedral and set forth some V vital truths that all Protestants will do well carefully and thoughtfully to consider Among these is the undls puted fact that we are not succeed ing In retaining the Interest of the J men in the services of the church in any degree to compare with our brethren of the lloman Catholic church That we are not paying tim same deference to the inspired Scriptures as are they That whilst laa former day the Bible among many of our number was a fetish its now a fable And as a still more Solemn arid alarming fact of the limeswprJenot extending to our boys anti girls the influence In our schools of a nioral and religious edu cation That we are teaching then everything about science and noth ing about God These constitute the leading points itr the eloquent indict ment of the Archbishop to which your correspondent Is convinced It weuld be wise for the protestant worM to take heed TO BE ENCOURAGED T lhf Catholio Federation has ac costpilaketl a great deal although IF many papple are slow to raailae It The fWeratipn hAil ttavwn forth favorable criticisms Irons labkiJft tlltjrent and public nplrtted peopte ofU eMM The Bosh HeraM c My atthe rtet eq e t1u 1ti r f J V ithe Federation of Catholic Societies The cause of civic reform in many communities has received valuable assistance from the Catholic clergy of late Unhappy conditions such nti those which have roused the pro testing indignation of Archbishop OConnell and others in Boston have existed in ninny other cities Cor ruption and Inefficiency in public service have not been a matter of race and creed But it is a fact that designing and unscrupulous poli tician sucking office for selfish purposes have traded upon the natural bonds of race and faith for their own personal advantage Hav ing gained office and opportunity they have betrayed not only the pub lie trust but the honor and name of church and race of which byreason of their public station they claimed to be representatives before the world There nre no parallel lines of religious faith and politics in this country The Catholic church owes no greater duty to the cause of good government than does the church organization of an other denomination Betrayers of the public trust of whatever faith are misreprescnta tine of their religious creed which in its application to civic relations re quires faithful rendering unto Caesar of the things which are Caesars The demand of the Arch bishop that the men of the Catholic church align themselves by the highest standard of honesty and integrity and tolerate no Catholic man in public office who by his nets brings shone and dishonor to his church and her teachings is not a new inspiration as to religious duty It is as old as the church itself and It applies to the church In whatever form wherever allegiance is claimed I to the Christian faith When dailyand nonreligious papers have such good words the Catholict press certainlyl ought to encourage and foster the cause of federation w HOUXJAUVICI Three hundred teaching nuns of the archdiocese of St Touts as sembled in that city last week for their annual institute The principal address was delivered by Archbishop Glennon Among other things ho said Dont be afraid to be adver tised Be up to date Let the world know what you are doing The same advice might be given to Cath olic teachers in every diocese WILL CELEBRATE Mackin Council Reaches Fifteenth Anniversary- of Establishment Four now members were elected by Macklu Council Tuesday night mil three applications wero ri colvi il President Robert T Iturke occupied the chair and the nttendiuiru was excellent Bernard Itecktetxvuld and John L Holand who wore on the sick list were reported improving while n J Hummel V J Holm and John C Schaeffer were ivporlcd quite ill- Next Thursday night Mackiu Coun cil will give an entertainment unl lion Edward J McDermott will de liver the principal address The event will be In celebration of the fifteenth anniversary of the establishment of the council and all mem bers and their lady friends are invited to attend The committee in charge hopes that 100 applications will be presented on that night and urges its hustlers to make additional efforts to bring in new members I At Tuesday nights meeting the new electric lights were used for the first time and gave great satisfac tion Thomas F Bachmann Adolph JosephTfer with a similar committee from Trinity Council to consider the ad visability of a baseball contest be tween the two councils HILL OF TARA TO BE EXPLORED The 11111 of Tara wlilch was once the seat of the high kings of Ireland lIs to be excavated and thoroughly explored under the direction of a joint committee of the Royal Society of Antiquaries the Royal Irish Acad the Archaelogical Societies of Loath Kildarc Cork and Waterford and the Literary Societies of Dublin and London Several proposals to explore the hill In the past have been defeated on aeocunt of the outburst of public indignation at what it was felt was a proposal to destroy pne pf Irelands historic monuments but thecxploratlon oughly scientific inaprier and that neither the appearance or the fabric of the hill will be aflootedItfshoped that a great mass of objects of antiquarianand historical interest will be unearthed Many pi the Met examples of ancient Irish ornaments and jewelry have been found inJ the vicinity of Tars Er The 1Ai11t era mad of h t t M X 1J Hcy Lawrence llax t t- iifit16 6 i wlr9s 61 6 SOGIETY I Miss Louise Scnnlon is spending two weeks at French Lick Springs rehlrJedfrom dallghtellIfat Griffin Springs Miss Lizzie McCloud returned Tues tiny front a trip to New York and other Eastern cities Col Charles 1 Defiler lI11don George If Defiler have returned from Mt Clemens Mich Mr std Mrs Robert Watson are the guests of Mrs Walter Lcnchihnn nt Springfield this week Mrs Katie Moran 1024 Went Oak street has ns her guest Miss KateI Mulharine of Philadelphia Miss Eleanor McCarthy of Newport has been the guest of Miss Beth Hlggins of Florence 1Inee IThomas Gin cll of Caunclton huh Is visiting his cousins Charles and Joseph Galllgan of J131 DeJJnrr live nue Misses Ella Lucas Catherine Wallace and Frances Klston are en joying a fortnights visit to White Mills spendinghershe is the guest of M V Slier and family IetoslccrI1CII been spending the summer in the North John J Cronan the electrician and popular Hibernian has gone to Ietoskey Mich for relief from hay feverOscar spentSundayhis aunt Mrs Gajllgan 1111 Deltarr avenue Jtrs Mike Kearns and son Martin of South Louisville are the guests of Mrs Charles Bullock at Lebanon Junction spentseveralrelatives and friends returned home Tuesday Littlet Miss Elsie TCIlost daughter of Martin Sliest loftl Saturday fur Florida to spend the winter with relatives Misses Margaret Norton anti Ituth spending Sul1lutrSprings Mr and Mrs J P Paul and laugh lei Miss Inrltof 014 West Broadway have returned from French Link Springs MaymeCutlnl11g11l1m tion as the guests of Mrs Jewel at Elk Creek Ky JMIas Catherine Sullivan of Fast Third street New Albany is tlcguest of friends in Georgetown township Indiana lion Charles F Clriiiujror former Mayor of Louisville baa returned from New York and other points of interest in Ithe East Mrs Frank McGrath and little sons James antI Edward arrived 10rtnightIIslt Mrs Ernst Knmpfinueller and granddaughter Miss Frances Iloertz returned Tuesday fronili months visit to Bay View Mich James OConnor has resumed his duties In the office of the Henry Vogt Machine Company after a ten days vacation at White Mills Misses Elizabeth arid Mnrgaret Welch and Margaret Short all of Beechmont spent the present Week with friends at ElIzabethtown Mr and Mrs Harry T Malone anI children who were visiting rclatlvna In Jeffcrsonville have returned to1 their home In Montgomery Ala A pretty baby girl has arrived at the home of John Ridge 1140 Over hill street This 1s the third girl Rail Papa Jolihrfig eorreepondingly elated MIMM aaJpa Nell Connltf rho bee tom vfoitinff their doter Bard t R t ltf Misses Beth Higgins and Edna Krakel confidential secretaries of the Commercial Club have returned trout a trip to Atlantic City and New York Mr and Mrs John F Oetken of New Albany entertained a partyof Louisville friends Thursday evening in honor of Mr D J Dreyfuss of Chicago Many friends and relatives will re RluittyIscritical illness of several weeks duration Hamilton Mqrinicc anti his sister Miss Maria Mcrimcc of Clifton have returned from Bardstown where they were the guests of llayscr Ray den and family Mrs M1 J OLoughlin and little daughter Madeline of Houston Texas are visiting Mrs OLoughlliis aunt Miss Kate Breslin of West St Catherine street j Misses Maymis aiid Mina ODon ncll and Mrs M J Quinn of Nash ville immure been the guests of Mr and Mrs M1L J Glenn on West Market street this week Mrs Val Lester little son Theo dore and little nephew Lester Illcc have gone to visit relatives at Emin enCl and Winchester They expect to be gone ten days +Mr and Mrs Louis Dugan and unryUnrtinelast two weeks nt Sellersburg Ind returned home WednesdayligJSLL I rMrv i e struck and family have returned from a delight fun visit to Chicago Milwaukee and other Northern resorts While in Chicago they were extensively enter tainedMiss Agnes McGinn of Louisville and her cousin Miss Alice McGinn of New Albany spent several days this week ns the guests of Mrs Charles townshipIndiana Miss Mary Dell Murphy accom pitied her friend Miss Marguerite Slattery of Clarksville Tenn to Lebanon Ky last week where they were the guests of Miss Otillia Mefkley Mrs Catherine Byrne Miss Mary Byrne timid Miv and Mrs harms expectedhometour of the Eastern cities rind set side resorts John J Holland of 1322 Uogeiv street and daughter Miss Mary have gone to visit his son William in Cincinnati for a week Before returning home they will also visit friends in Nashville Teiin Mrs Catherine Morgan of 502 Twentysixth street who spent treeweeks at Manitoii Springs eol and l1aulfhtel returned home on Wednesday Mr and Mrs Eugene Laughlin of New Albany mire returned from residingtemporarilyents Mr and Mrs Theodore Laugh lin East Seventh auk rain strets New Albany Miss Lillian Gingell returned to her home in Cannelton Ind this week after a delightful visit to her cousin Miss Matilda Galltgan 1131 DC liner avenue During her stay In Louis vine she was the recipient of many social attentions i spentthreeeral days hero this week as the guest of her mother Mrs Cathefimf Morgan S02 Twentysixth street and then returned to her homo at Montgomery Ala daughterMissMonday for Niagara Falls and Tor plareUleCantys summit They also expect to visit Detroit and Tolctfo before returning home E J McNally who has been man ager of the Oseeela Club Pensacbla Flaj returned to Louisville this week but remained only a few hours before he left for Boston to meet his aged mother who is en route from Ireland to spend her declining years with her children in Louisville I Mr and Mrs Louis Borntraeger annlversarYQftlllTwerity fpHrttt street Wednesday Idsnj friends called to of fer their c nTfttoUtk nB Rod the happy eonpWi received many band ears and tIMful prevent Mr aad Mrs mntotof proved deUghtfnl t 7Ut1iC ULLYS One week commencing Monday Sept 7 Matinees Wednesday and Saturday HORTENSE NEILSEN In Magda and Mrs Danes Defense lOc1 HOPKINS IOC1 Where the Crowds Go HighClass Picture Entertainment Continuous from noon until 1030 p m Change of Program Tuesday Thursday Dud Saturday FONTAINE FERRY THE PARK BEAUTIFUL FREE CONCERTS AFTERNOON AND EVENING HOPKINS VAUDEVILLE- Qther popular and new features ADMISSION FREE Labor Day Celebration Monday u Glias fl Rogers 11 a BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES To suit every taste Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city Books Magazines and Religious Articles OB1 MVKRV DKSCHIPTIO 434 West Jefferson Street hosts and regaled their visitors withI a bountiful supplof refreshments A nJ French of 1212 Fifteenth street is spending a ten days vaca tion at Colesburg He is accompanied by his sister Mrs Kmma Johnson of Lynnhurst This is the first visit of the brother and sister to the old homestead in nine years They are the guests of their aged mother Mrs Lucretia French who eightysixthbirthdny for sixtyfive years Mr and Mrs Hay X Tate will return from their bridal tour next Thursday Mrs Tate was Miss Florence V Treanor daughter of Mrs James Treanor of East Main youngbusinessat Knoxvllle Tenn They will reside at 434 Twentyninth street The wed ding was solemnized by the Rev Father John Hill at the Cathedral rectory Thursday night of last week KNIGHTS1 OF COLIIBDS1 I Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where organIzed shndS8soooSanta Maria Councilof Malden MUSK held a picnic and field day last SaturdayConception Council Jersey City N T held its annual picnic and the music watt furnished by tin Irish piper A joint picnic of fifteen councils from Jtostou and Its environs will be SeptpnburThe council nt Canton Ohio lain made a handsome donation to time womens word in Mercy Hospital in that city MaKsachuslitts hasthc largest num bee of Insurance members according NntioualSecretary At Utica X Y the council mem hers ami the Elks played a game of baseball last week and devoted time OrphllnAsullItev Father Harris of Salt Lake historJofthatlished under the auspices of the Salt Lake Knights SWEET VOICE 0 father I wish I could sing Itsso nice to give pleasure to people Florence sang nt the club today anti we all enjoyed it so much She sings every night to her father too Idgive anything if I could but theres no use wishing there Isnt any music in me Is that sot asked the father t1Ing her wistful face between his singbutmusic in it Tell me its lull of music Why lather how can you say sol ahsweredthefirst thing I hear is a merry Inugh anti it rests me no matter how tired I am Yesterday I heard that voice say Dont cry Buddie sister will mend It for you Sometimes I hear it reading to grandmother Last week I heard it telling Mary Im thedisimestonightThats mecbestdaughterMAOAULEYS appearatwith matinees Monday Wednesday and Saturday Magda will be the bill l1rlng the flrrhalfof time week tiuringthepopuUf MtrMi hM tpmrtgdedbee and she bids fair to play to full houses erttr night ana mattee- q 1 t STEWART DRY GOODS CO Business Established Sixty Years YrYOItIt stoltE I Special Sale of New Fall Styles In Boys Blouse Waists Extra special value in Boys Unlaundered Blouse Waists in light and dark patterns of madras or percale Mothers Friend style SOc valuesSpecial 35c or three for 100 New line of Mothers Friend Blouses in madras percale or cham bray light and dark patterns collars attached Special at only SOc Fine Imported Madras or Percale Blouse Waists in light or dark colors also plain white hand laundered collars attached or detachedSpecial at 7Sc Plain styleshandSTEWART DRY GOODS CO locorported 1M CONNECTION WITH JAMES McCREEBY d ca NEW YORK + N NNNNNN + 5 LOUISVILLE IS BECOAUNQ FAMOUS BV THE SPLENDID I THEI BlSIlESII i 350 WEST JEFFERSON ST tTHE BEST PEOPLE eat there by the hundreds why not you see the sign f JAMES 13 OA3VII Owner ZN N N NNNNNNN N NNN NN N NNN- 4N N NN NN10 N YOLZ MICHAELI i 1 342 W l iI SHOE PARLOR i iiw want you to know that we are ready to attend to every shoe 6 t i IwnntI + N N NO + NNN N N N + NN H- s i t Is St Catherine of Sienna Academy t NEAR SPRINGFIELD K3T t X BOARDING SCHOOL FOR GIRLS AND YOUNG LADIES V bAcademic Commercial and Preparatory Departments Thorough instruction in all the arts Beautiful and healthful location new yt and commodious buildings with all modern Improvements i The Academy is Conducted by the Dominican Sisters yts 5 t I Mother Prioress St Catherines Post Office Ky NN NN NN NNNNNIN NN NNN N NN N1 N N N NNN N NNNNI 1 I t y LORETTO ACADEMYg Boarding School For Young Ladies 8 w 8 RailroadloulIlled 3 8 thoroughlyprogressive S 8 MRins fourth Monday in January Pupils received at any time location healthful ground 88 88 modernImprovements 88 leading periodicals Course of study thorough and comprehensive monthly reports sent to trainsTelephomieAn Illustrated Prospectus itlvlug dll necessary Informationmay be obtained by addressingI DIRECTRESS Leretto Academy Nerinx Hy Kfr+ a oon0 SOKSB Academy of the Sacred HeartCRESCENT HILL Louisville Ky 5 CONDUCTED BY THE URSULINE SISTERS ig This beautiful garden enriched nature and anemlneaceI g walksJ14dollSoneand8 outdoorI 8 cornprehenaivespecialadvantagesClassicalConservatoriesgiven from time to time artists of national opportuuitCltnrco1draMOTHER DIRECTRE sacred P WtttfKy a CtiSCGV00 oQ SCHOOL SUPPLIESBO- OKS SLATES TABLETS ETC THEO RECTANUS CO PRESTON AND MARKET STS t QUICK MEAL GAS RANGESn Meabalbeeu thebestTheycookquicklyof their patent air burners consume lees Ithanany other They are more Thenewimpr OIIr19Q7of all iron goods we are able to sill at old price GEHEIlQ SON JAL IT 11f Nt i6 OM1 I y nnr L I1 1 k T g NTUOKY IRISH AMERICAI MUSIC IN THE HOME Is at all times essential and there is no time when it is ap predated 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- ecilianMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated OglSbOaO FOURTH AVENUS 375 100 S 825 We dont have to depend upon the other fellow we produce Fox Ridge coal at our own mines and guarantee every lump Scanlon CoalI CoINCORIORATItD 405 Gran W Smiths SonA- L SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCar- riages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 It t t t u 1NNA4SOONNNNNNN4 aONONN4NNN14NON4NP E TRACY L H STRAUB 11J BOTH PHONES 3- 63TRACY i STRAUB i FUNERAL DIRECTORS f AND EMBALMERS I Carrl STREETShort I NNINOON4NrNNNONN N U I I I II t D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT 9 Directors and Embalmers Both Phones 2998 FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET tit t t t f H tt HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East 19 ain Street THOMAS KEENAN t Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nightCarriage 1225 W MARKET ST We dont presume to dictate to you how von shall plaster your walls Simply wish to remind you that In the end DIAMOND VTAM PXAS1ER willave you money XintiGkyy Wall Plaster Go INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Irtik and River Louisville Kyy Mao operating the Hoosler Wall Plan ter Plant Teffersonville Tnd Phone 555 mm HUNOLD BXAIBR IN S11d Fancy Groearii- A S Fi STCLAtI SAMPLE H OM IM ONIMU1TIOL Old WhfakWa Spudcltr n- teim I4G W WALNYT 25 bushels bushels 1500 Anthracite Funeral CARRIAGES Jo Funeral SENNINGSPARK I Take THIRDSTREET CARS Open when all others are closed Here you will find firstclass ser vice and everything the best PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or Societies should consult the man closingcontracts HOME PHONE 8772 John M Ridge PLUMBING AND GAS FITTING Jobbing and Sewerage Promptly At tended To Gas Arc Lights Trimmed c 1140 Overhill Street HERR 1ANN BROS rr IMPORTERS FINI3WINESANDLlgOORSDistillers SinI Whiskies Finest Brands especially of Kentucky Pearl blfl a 1 son BOTTLED 1H BQNDU I T 4t tittM I Ml tt4 WXTB IT1MEET tr HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The Ladles Auxiliary Is preparing to entertain its visitors in true Ker tacky style Division 2 held a well attended meeting Friday night and the usual routine business was transactedt The Hev Father John lL Moron of Youngstown has been chosen to sue cecd himself as State Chiiphiiu in OhioDivision 1 showed its appreciation of the efforts of the Ladies Auxiliary by attending their lawn fete In a body Division 9 of St 1nnl Minn entertained the ladies of Division 2 Ladles Auxiliary last week with a card party and dance A good attendance was on hand at Division 3s meeting Thursday night and reports on arrangements for tin State convention were made Members of the Ladles Auxiliary are urged to attend the special meeting next Friday night at the res- Idence of Miss Mary Corcoran The ladies of Division 9 Ladies Auxiliary of St Paul presented Miss Nellie McCall with a seal ring to show their appreciation of her activity in organizing the division Division 4 has been called in special session on Sunday afternoon Sep tonibcr 13 This will take the place of the regular meeting which would have been held on the following nightThirtyeight of the eightyelpln counties in Ohio have divisions while tile military branch has seven companies in the State The present State officers promise to prosecute a vigorous campaign for new mem bers The late Maurice F Wilherc for mer National 1rosident of the or der in his will left 1000 to help provide a home for aged and indigent members and another 1000 to John K Hedmoml lender of the Irish party in Parliament The Ladles Auxiliary of Jllinois elected the following State officers in their State convention at Spring field State President Mrs Mary Mc Whorter Chicago Vice President Mrs Margaret Mooney lust St Louis Secretary Mrs Anna Coldbi Joliet Treasurer Mrs Annie E Johnson Chicago RKCEXT HEATHS Mrs Sallie Hurley an estimable young matron of the West End died at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs II II Bahcroft Monday morning The funeral took place from St Patricks church Wednesday morningMiss Marguerite OConnell fifteen years old died at the home of her grandmother Mrs Mary Oarvey 323 Brook street Saturday morning Tin deceased was a most lovable girl anti her funeral which took place from St Michaels church Monday morn ing was attended by a large circle of sorrowing friends The funeral of Mrs Catherine Dowd who died at thehome of her daughter Mrs Charles Hunchman 1814 West Walnut street last Saturday took place from Sacred Heart church Sunday afternoon Mrs Dowd ivas well known and highly respected in the western part of the city where she had long resided Mrs Cecilia T Horan a venerable member of St Patricks congregation died at the home of her son Thomas J Horan 1827 Portland avenue last Saturday morning She had been ill two months The deceased was highly esteemed by all who knew her The funeral took place from St Patricks church Monday morning John Hallinan Sr seventyfour years old died at the family rear dence 2121 Portland avenue early Monday morning and his funeral took place from St Cecilias church Wednesday morning The deceased ivas an old anti respected citizen of the West End His wife and the fol lowing children Survive Thomas lallinan of San Francisco John P Inllinan of New York Mrs Larkin Adams Sirs Patrick Oiltnane and Miss Mary Hallinan all of this city and two brothers Thomas and Robert Hallinun also of Louisville William Baldwin an old and re ipected resident of the West End lied at his home 1724 West Chestnut street Friday afternoon or last week Mr Baldwin came to Louisville from Ireland fifty years ago and was a successful contracting plasterer His wife and the following children survive J It Baldwin State representative the American tobacco Company D A Baldwin of St Louis Mrs W C Wuersch and Misses Ella and Mary Baldwin of Louisville The funeral tool place from the Sacred Heart church Mon day morning The funeral of Edward J Crowley who died at the home of Ills daughter Mrs Katherine Mellett 921 3umesnil street last Saturday took place from St Louis Bertrands church Monday morning Time der- ecased was born in Ireland seventy six years ago but had followed the trade of plasterer and bricklayer in Louisville fiftythrcp years Ho is survived by the following children Mrs Bridget Logan of St Louis Mrs Julia Cunningham of Chicago Mrs Annie Llewllyn of New York City Mrs Josle Marshall Mrs Katherine Mellett and Edward Crowley Jr OPENS OFFICE Len S MerJmee vho was appointed Magistrate last week by GoV Vlllson has opened an office at 860 Cast Market street and is now deal lugout justice to all patrons of his court HOPKINS THEATER It was with pleasure that the amusement loving people of Louis yule llearned this week that Edward I iDusiih was to remain at the hea- dibt the illppkimr Theater Under his able management the motion pir twee hw notttoen idle a dayduring the whcto sulamer laid Mr Durtm anaeunees that the picture will en- st JJcJJcv i BOYS AND GIRLS 1175 SCHOOLShoes SPECIAL AT i 135AND i 50c Waists 25c AND 50c Pants 25c LEVYSTHIRD CB THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 032 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Home Phone 1942 Cumb South 628 TflOJKEflNEy CUT RATE DRUGGIST Prescriptions called for and delivered in any part of the city without extra charges Patent medicines at cut prices See our complete line of post cards Household cleaning preparati ins at cut prices SIXTH AND OAK PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy Jeffersoaville 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 reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA flERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeffersonville Ind GENUINE BOTTLED Bears this trade mark Unl S s you find name blown in bottle you are being deceived For picnics out ings and home use order from CocaCola Bottling Works 100810 W Main St Both Phones tlnue without n break during iho remainder of the summer fall niiJ winter The Crawford films have proved very popular in Louisville us has been attested by the large at tendu nee during the exhibitions in LouisvillePULL FOIL TUB COLONELS Every man woman and child into ested iu the progress of Louisville ought to be at the ball park thin afternoon and tomorrow to cheer Jimmy Burke and his Colonels to vic tory in their contests against the Indianapolis team Tine Colonels have made a hard fight and their work has only emphasized what mo Kentucky Irish American has said nil along n winning hall team is the best advertisement the citycold have The Colonels have returned home in first place and nil Louisville should pull to keep them there until they land the pennant The public is pleased with the management of the club under the regime of Messrs Barker and Chlvlngton and at no ime In the history of the game ha It been so popular in Louisville TRAINED MJSSIOXA1UES Time Taulist Fathers have estab Palmed a missionary band at Stone dUe Mass All of the priests are sons of the diocese of Springfield and are trained in InissIonurywork REARING CLOSE Beginning Monday only one more week remains of the seventh session of the Catholic Summer School at Cliff Haven The school has been More than ordinarily successful thi year PLAY Fell cifAIUTV Memphis has ri splendid city base ball league Quite a friendly rivalry exists between time YM J team and the Dan Sheao these tennis will play a game for charitys sake on Sep tember 19 OUT OP SEASON What are you playing children asked mother Wert p ayongoliarch 1m fhe choir and nuthi II4 1h4 congregation arid Tpmbnys time qrffRiusU But whog thi JBfBtr II anyItare in TJa I r t 7 Jv IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Several valuable pearls have keen found In the rivers near Strabafit County Tyrone Tenants on tltc Hawkshaw property County Lout arc about to sign purchase agreements Fire destroyed a quantity of hny on the premises of John Brym Counfy Louth but the barns were saved from destruction Only the aged persons who have no farms and no children to look after them will receive the benefit of the old age pension act Sister Mary Horgla hurleyof tits Storey Convent Kinsdalc County Cork is lend She had been a nun for more than half a century Mrs Mary SIcOcelon of Brochugk County Donegal has celebrated het loath birthday She has never been further than ten miles front hone Joint Donahues public house ut Clones burned to the ground and three of the Donahue family were rescued front the flumes with diffi rulty Patrick SIcCaul eightyfive years old and who had returned front the United States to take up his old hold Itlgs near Bnllytt ain died at the hos pital in Carrickmacross Sister Mary Doyle of the convent of the Sisters of Charity Sterrion near Dublin walled In her sleep to a pond on the grounds and was drowned She haul been a victim or somnambulism for months Edward Bailey twentythree years old was run over bya train near Dimteor and his injuries were so severe that lie died at the Drogheda hospital on the following day lie is survived by amt aged father and mother William Moore a farm laborer nt Limvoady County Derry became env tangled in a coil of rope and WIIS pulled front a haystack His fall rev suited In concussion of the brain and at last accounts fears for Ills recovery were entertained Michaell Qartlan of Dromlskin fell lhfofIt from tttrain at Castlebellinghan station One of his legs was badly lacerated and the unfortunate man was removed to the Louth infirmary Miss Florence Stanley twcnt two years old and her brother Fred Stanley eight years of age were drowned in the river near Clones MISS Stanley was employed as n stenographer in Dublin and came home on a vacation She hail pur chased a toy boat for her brother and he in attempting to still it fell into the rivet Miss Stanley was drowned III attempting to rescue the boy YOUll CHANCE Ambitious Authors Have Opportunity Afforded Them Extension a monthly magazine mblished in the interest of the Cath lollc Church Extension Society has made a splendid proposition in Its September number to ambitious young Catholic writers The editor of Extension wants bright clever short stories He wants something with a go something about peo theirveinsjest story 50 for the next best anti 25 for the adjudged third prize None of these stories are to con ain less than 2000 nor more titan 3000 words The stories may then with any phase of life either serious or humorous They must not be lice issarily excessively religious or de otional Full particulars can bo ascertained by writing fo the editor of Extension Chicago 111 HINTS OX STYLE The white embroidered and braided belts tire the belts sold for shirt waistsThe Charlotte hint with lace flounce md flowers is the lint for midsum mel wear The newest handbag is of white linen It is attractive and dainty in time extreme Vhitc elastic belts studded with steel nail heads are shown in the uar row and girdle widths- A shell ribbon needle for drawing the ribbon through the hair is now considered a necessity for a complete outfit The nobbiest waistcoats are of fancy cretonnes These are supposed to give color to the most somber cos tunes The latest hat pins have enormous flat or round heads The real amber and the imitation are especially lopular Wire rolls are now heing used as 1101111 for the hair instead of those made of hair Theyare lighter and healthier The princess underslips are the proper thing for lingerie gowns They are not expensive and are to be lad In nil colors Never have silk gloves been so popular They are being worn in nil lengths from mitts to the high glove for evening wear The newest sash is made of the moire and heavier ribbons It is tied with two small loops and two long ends at the center of the back GREAT HOTEL CITY New York is the greatest hotel city in the world and its hotel prop erty is valued at 92000000 CHURCH EXTENSION The archdiocese of New York is spending half a million dollars for lew churches this year Plans for churches in the same archdiocese next year provide for an outlay of not less thaalopoooo CHEAP SILVER POLISH Those who have aluminum cook fnguteilsllsl in their kitchen will find lookhike theehOA 1tIb la JJ FRANK FEHR IATOOItPOI2ATIBA BREWING CO 1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone West 191 1913THE WIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS i Celebrated Draught and Bottled Peers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor a Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky DRINK t k Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILLE hZYsti ASIA FOR at FALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HOME PHONE 7569 COMB PHONE WEST 69 JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewerybb 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY r JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATHDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental Work Done For the Least Money R Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR Ht J COUCHMAN Dentist OFFICE 542 FIFTH STREET SUBSCRIBEr FOR THE Kentucky Irish American Sent anywhere in the United States for 1 per year Foreign countries 150 per year OHOIOE Cut Blooms Plants and Designs at RIGHT PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 644 FOURTH AVENUE Botk Phones 223 JOro n oling Ladle Shirt Waists ibdChlldi J rwis DreaM a Special- tyiILM ntn fllFaaydtti t All tho new Spring and Summer Styles and Shapes Cn be found hero s at reasonable pricesMANHATTAN RESTAURANT c AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W JEFFERSON ST OTTO E VENT Proprietor s Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER t f Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty rtloH Office 218 West Chestnut Both Phones ii Give your 1 wlUitrpare ST XAVIERS COLL 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted ClasliI byCoursesScientific Preparatory I EquipGymnasiumD KIWUPOLVI DYER AND CLEANER y Ladles sail Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED phone 3635 528 Fifth Street WINES UIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL IMVSSnii PRo Hot Lunch ever morning from 930 to 1230 odock 4a W Q E11k T r I r I ENIUOKY IRISH A1 ERIOAN 4I s THE BIG STORE OUTFITS FOR THE BOYS SCHOOL DAYS Boys Knee Pant School Suits 2 250 350 5 I I THE BIG STORE MILTON M MARBLESTONE dr CO n4 West Market Between- Fourth and StII J Kentucky State Fair 4c 4cSIX BIG DAYSSEPT 14 TO 119 Running Light Harness and Motor Cycle Races Daily Bloodhound Trail Collie Trailbest amusements ever featured in the South 24 conventions Superior Dis play of Farm Products Pains Fireworks at Night Webers Band by Night Irish American Night Friday Sept 118 Catalogue Apply ti J W NEWMAN Secy 4par The C KoIIrOS School of Music Piano Viojin Cornet and Composition 2304 W MARKET STREET PIANO AND VIOLIN LESSONS 45 Minutes One Lesson per Week200 per Mouth 45 Minutes Two 400 CORNET LESSONS r C KOLLROS 30 30 Minutes Minutes One Two Lesson per Week J200 400 per Month IHIIIIHIIH INHIIM The above Lessons at 1uplls Residence 100 per Lesson Chorus andIiarniony and Composition 200 per lour OrchestraJnSSON HOURS 8 A M to 10 PM Conductor SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN BEGINNERS FIFTH AVENUE HOTEL 517529 Fifth Louisville Ky Y RATES 2 AND 250 PER DAY Centrally located on all car lines accessible to all parts of the city and park PRINTINGI r 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 work its always good printing KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Green Street VXBOKta ttftfftfr JtW 1 I Pp MULLOYS COFFEE Have through their nevervarying excellence established a reputation for quality anti freshness to be had in no other grades Try a sample supply of his SPECIAL GRADE OF COFFEE 3 LBS FOR SOC 45cexcellent MTJLLOY COFFEE ROASTER i 8t10me Phone 1323 SZll4 W JVIARKBJT STRBSBT HWMMM DR J T CHAWK Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered 2889OFFICE AND FORCE 913415 SEVENTH S- Tj 4BothPhon + ii- PM J BANNON BANNON JR 11 VEENEMAN Pris Mgr Viet Prts Trtu Secretary d Kentucky IriSeJ Brick Co INCORPORATED Mzaufaoturerm oY- ii t VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 501512 W JetflMSHSt wtdsrid Atekt 9th ultIOth TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1292 jt O f T fi E v It Hit It It It It It It rant WHTM r r AI muJolot 0 345 W st Gmn StratORYL Joii Ip fHftftr l1= e 1 j1 x HX ttMH IJIJIJ IoIJ olir AI s j PROTECT YOUR LOVED ONES jIII TO THE READERS OF THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN h Y Every man has some one depending upon him whether it be a devoted wife prattling babes an aged mother or young sisters who i rightly look for husbands or brothers strongarmed support This t is an obligation which the man who is a true American citizen h Y always assumessYou are no doubt fulfilling that duty but have you provided X is for the loved ones in case you are taken from them By the pay ment of a small amount yearly you can guarantee them a tidy sum C if you die or if you live provide for yourself in your old age This t i iislife insurance and the insurance policy steps in and gives you s protection you can not give yourself 3 This protection is provided by the Citizens Life Insurance Com j sspany It is a Louisville company and operates under the Kentucky 3 lawslaws that protect the interests of the policyholders Its offi cers and directors are men who stand high in this and other com 3 munities It has assets of over 1000000 Let us explain this plan to you It will take but little of your time and the benefits will be great Telephone or drop a card to the i CITIZENS LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY iJ X M W BURD Managing Director 1101s r X H wx x w xIJ xx w x x DEATHS HAND Removes Two ofCitys Best Bulsness Men in One Day Louisville lost two of its most en ergetic and public spirited busines men by death last Wednesday One was an IrishAmerican and the other a GermanAmerican Theywci John J Reilly the inventor und pump manufacturer and John Fred erlck Kellner the President of the Central Consumers Company Both had spent their best years in Louis vine and were prominently identifier with its progress Mr Kellner was born in Bavarh Germany sixt two years ago 11e came to Louisville in 1867 iyid yent to work in an humble capacity at the Phoenix Brewery Five years Inter ho was foreman of the brewery 1In 1872 he accepted a position with tbo Prank Fehr brewery and held ever position from driver to foreman In 1800 the Frank Fehr Brewing Com puny was organized with the Inte Frank Fehr as President trod Mi IKellner Vice President On tile death of Mr Fehr in 1891 Mr Kell ner became head of the corporation which office he held until the Cen trnl Consumers Company was organ- Ized in 1105 From that time until Isis death Mr Kellner was at the bend of that great corporation He wns liberal in his charities to asylums hospitals and homes lIe made no distinction between Catholics Prot estants and Jews Let Mr Kellnei know that the cause was worthy amI a donation was immediately forthcoming Mr Kellner was twice married IHi first wife died in 1888 The follow ing year he married Miss Anna S Hoscjien who with ten children sal vive him The children are trod Frank Charles George and Arthui Kellner Mrs J F Pattison of St Paul Mini Misses Ida Amelia 1 Elsie and Meta Kellner iiic funern took place from the family residence 312 IEast Broadway yesterday after noonMr Itellly was born in Penn sylvanial hft four vafs otjo but hud lived in Louisville more tljan twenty years He was a hurt mechanic and a man of splendid ex ecutive ability On coming to Louis ville 1m was made manager of the National Foundry Company anil while holding that position invented the Iteilly pump that brought him fame and n competence lIe retired organIzedCompany and built a plant at Tnlr teenth and Ilowan streets and re mained head of that concern until hit death on Wednesday The deceased was prominent in the Cecilias congregation a member ol the B P 0 Elks the Royal Arcanum and a number of mechanical fro ternal societies all of which attended his funeral at St Cecilias cTInrch Friday morning Ills wife and one son John IJarly Iteilly survive him He also leaves two brothers Charles Iteilly of St Louis and Joseph Iteilly of New York and two sisters Mrs Elizabeth Lawler of Pittsburg and Mrs Jennie FInnegan of Louis ville INTERESTING Reports Are Expected Tr Be Made to the- Federation The Catholic Federation of Jefferson County will hold its regular monthly meeting at Bertrand Hall next Thursday night at 8 oclock An interesting and enjoyable meet ing may be relied upon by all the delegates because the members wno represented the Louisville Federation at Boston will be present to make their report and both Dr Ben J Laminers and Dr P S Ganz will have interesting things to tell The Literary Committee which has been hard at work will be ready to make its reports The Bulletin and the Freemans Journal will beII on hand for distribution among willdelegates Arrangements be made for holding on open meeting at St Bonifaces Hall on September 170thcr matters looking to u general resumption of efforts will be discussed As the summer season is about over a lull attendance of dele gates is expected rURCIIASE NEW HOME bJJoJlm 4- R K SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O II- DIVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First 6nd Third Tuesday President John M Mulloy Vice President Thomas Lawler Recording Secretary Thomas Eecnan Jr- Recording Sec Thos Keenan Jr Financial Secretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finnegan I IDrvI2 Meets on the First and Third Fridav Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresIdentDan McKenna TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T lynch Financial SecretaryJ T Keane SergeantatArmsJames Sayers Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeen and Main Streets PresidentPatrIck T Sullivan Vice President Martin Sheehan Recording SecretaryL J Macke Financial Secretary J G Hessio Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sentinel Thomas Noon Sergeantat Arma Patrick Begle DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Monday Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John H Hennessy LynchFinancial J Connelly Recording Secretary Frank 1J BurkeTreasurerHarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott Sergeantat ArmaJohn Doolan DIVISION 1 JBFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tue days Each Month at Pfaus Hall KenneyVice Cole TreasurerBernard A Coll Recording Secretary T OHern Financial SecretaryChas Robard Sentinel Timothy D Kenney Marshal William Dorsey Jr- SergeantatArmsBernard Coyle Y X I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Robert T Burke First Vice President Frank Lana banSecond Vice President Samu Robertson Recording Secretary Austin E Walsh SecreUiryThomaaBlchman Financial SecretaryFrank G ldamaTreasurerDan Weber Marshal A Andriott Inside SentinelPatrick Duddy Whit sidesBakeryI HTH AND BROADWAY Finest Bakery in the World Because of the great interest in our modern plant we have determined to continue our invitation to the public for ono more week Three thousand persons inspected the most improved bakery in the world Friday night OPEN EVERY DAY Special arrangements are made for the night crowds from 7 to 10 p m as that is the best time to see the plant in full operntlonIIFOR GOODNESS SAKE come and see how we make Mothers Bread Have you had a llook at the clock tantlal residence which will be re aodeled and converted into an up odute club house with rending ooms reception rooms auditorium and banquet hal The cost of remodeling will be 20000 GOING HOME The Right Rev Thomas A endriclcs Bishop of Cebu Fullippine lands who left his diocese on January 10 of this year has started homeward by ways of Some He will visit Ireland en route to the Eternal City lftHforeheI 19 r iI 7tir STATE FAIR Promises to Be Greater Success Than Ever Before The Kentucky State Fair Association is preparing to entertain tin largest crowds in the history of thai organization for six days this year The fair will open September 14 an close September 19 There will 11- h ty running lighting harness and mbtdir cycle races daily Besides there will be bloodhdund and collie trails Dur- Ing the six days there will be twen tyfour conventions of State organ izations and thousands of visitor from every part of the State Paine fireworks at night and Webers celebrated band by day will furnish nddi tionnl amusement For the farmer and those interested in agricultural affairs the displays of farm products cattle sheep and hogs will be the best ever seen in Kentucky One of the great days or maths great nights will be that of Friday September 18 and will be known us IrishAmerican night George J Butler State resident of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will pre side and a number of prominent IrishAmericans Irvin Louisville and other points in the State have been Invited to act as Vice Presidents Among the number are Col John T Donovan and Col John J Dorian of Paducah Hon W M OBryan Mayor of Owensboro Thomas Gleason of Covington Judge M T Shine also of Covington Tames OBrien of Lexington Micljael Meagher of Frankfort John Dempsey of Paris lIon Joseph Cassidy Mayor of Bellevue Capt John A Murphy and B A Col of Jefferson ville James OHara and Patrick Kennedy of New Alban- yPILGRIMS Remember Kentucky While Away in European Countries Ilev Father John T OConnor pas tor of Holy Name church South Louisville and his sister Miss Mar garet OConnor arc now in Ireland They were members of Father Mi Genus party of pilgrims that went to Rome to congratulate Pope Pius X on attaining his golden jubilee Last week the American pilgrims Father OConnor and Miss OConnor among the number enjoyed a dinner at the Palnis d Odorsay Hotel Purls FranceAt banquet Father McGean oc copied the chair and the apprecia tion of the pilgrims was demon strated in the presentation of it loving cup Members of the party sting American songs and not the least appreciated was My Old Ken tucky Home There were 133 American pilgrims in the party ABLE AGENT I Assumes Duties as Insur ance Field Superin tendent M Smith one of the best known IO most capable insurance men in this city was appointed Field Super- Intendent for the Citizens Life in Jefferson county and assumed his duties last Monday Mr Smith has had a wide experience in soliciting and caring for the business of a wage earning policyholder He has brought with him seven or eight active young men who will represent the Citizens Life in Louisville Among them are G Albert Bergen Leslie J Quinker Edward Jones and John W Carrier The Citizens Life has made a won derful record putting on its books in three and onehalf years over 27000000 of business Managing Director Kurd expects with the nit of Field Superintendent Smith to greatly increase the business in Louisville and Jefferson county WILL GREET CARDINAL The people of Baltimore are pre- parIng to give Cardinal Gibbons an enthusiastic reception on his return from Europe next month Not less than 0000 of hits personal friends vlll be in the line of march while tens of thousands will crowd the Mcwalks t1 n f cii REED ROCKER SPECIAL Ladies Reed Rocker suitable for sewing or nursery use Neatly and substantially made a most comfortable chair An excellent value at 200 Special price for the week at Greenes only 125 James Greene 4252729 East Market St BEST TERMS LOWEST PRICES H 1908 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1908 SWAGAR SHERLEY Democratic Nominee For CONGRESSFIF- TH DISTRICT Jefferson County Ky UNION ICE CREAM CO 1lctriufctoturerw of Pure Ice Cream and Sherbets 627633 EIGHTH STREET We have our own Dairy and Ice Plant Separate our own Cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competitors Home Phone 2144 Cumb Main 1429y BE SURE TO CALL FOR McRENNAWHISKY IT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky JOHN J TULLY LIFESAVER THE OLD Manufacturer of all kinds of Handmade Rope Twine and Canvas Hammocks Seines Nets Elevator Transmission and Wire Rope Splicing Fishing Tackle and Camping 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 j53 THIRD STREET Louisville Ky FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 353 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager HEADQLTARTIDRI9 xaox Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds In Season You can alwaya find the best the market affords in Choice Cute of Beef Spring Lamb Pork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Best and Palest Lard in the city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclaw market product LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY A Smiths Crony Bottled In Bond SMITH DISTILLING COMPANY INCOftIOftATItDii Mall orders at above prices givent prompt attention and safe shipment 11 c Being the Distiller I Can Give You Pure Whiskey at Lox Prices I 4Year Old at 225 per allele 6II 250II aw f 8II 3001 10 400 i t 14 5u r wrL SMITHi m WMMkel StLw kKy t IfgOOMsoturepeeeatedteturnaedmaeypitlbe 11 a sS rA f F