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AMERICAN VOLUME XIIINO 1 LOUISVILLE SATLRDAi JULY 31909 PRICE FIVE CENTS GREATEST I In the History ol Local Hiber nians Will Bo Mondays Fete Annual Outing at Phoenix 11111 Park Will Draw f Crowds 1 Patriotism Galore Will Ooze From Erins Sons and Daughters THE GENERAL PUBLIC INVITED If the weather be propitious titers should be no reason why Louisville Hibernians should not eclipse alIIlj former celebrations of the order in this vicinity at the outing to be heldsi at Phoenix Hill Park next Monday afternoon and evening Tho State II Itthebers of each of the four divisions 1 arc interested and there is rio 1 that a big crowd will be in doUbtII ance The County Board Bertrand hull last week and at tended to several minor details and on last Thursday night the County Board and all interested in the suc cess of the celebration held a gen Theretand then the final details were ar 2 ranged and each division understands what its members are to do on the afternoon and evening of Monday nextDivision 1 will have charge of the bar and bowling the gate has been placed in charge of Division 2 Divis Ion 3 has the dancing and music under its special care and Division 4 will take care of the ice cream and refreshments Miss Rose Sweeney President of the Ladles AuxiliaryI has tendered the good members of that organization where ever they may be of use so that there will be no dearth of attend ants anywhere along the line e The games will begin at 2 oclock and the entries for the tug of war j the egg and potato races the break downs and jigs have all been closed Attorney J J Kavanagh who is toebe the orator of the day will j deliver an address The Irishman as an American Citizen State President Butler and County President Welsh will also deliver brjef adr t dressesbut the speechmaking will be cut short in order not to inter fere with the dancing and other t peopleProf j has 6 been engaged from 2 in the afterJJ noon until midnight and in that time all ought to have had sufficient exercise in the terpsichorean arena County President P J Welsh Thomas Keenan Jr Joseph J Lynch D J Coleman and William i J Connelly who constitute the com mittee on arrangements have invited j their Hibernian brethren in New Albany and Jef fcrsonvllle and the general public of Louisville They want Americans Germans Italians and French residents to join them in celebrating the aunt versary of the Declaration of Independence TRINITY COUNCIL Chose Able Delegates to Attend the State Meeting Trinity Council held a splendidly attended meeting Monday night and hot weather seemed to have no terrors for the members President James B Kelly presided and the session was full of interesting reports from various committees The committee charged with providing some entertainment in conjunction with the approaching Initiation mode its report and promised some fun nt the proper time The report was accepted and the boys are all on the anxious list to see the initiation take possibleThe to tho Grand Council had been made a special order of business for 0 oclock and was promptly carried out The delegates chosen were Eugene J Cooney Victor K Eckert and Joseph Mayer Alternates Clem Ell crt John J Sullivan and Raymond Eyl During the evening the Rev Father ls mmet B Kennedy called and remained throughout the sea slon lie addressed the members on subjects dear to the order con gratulated them on the elegance of the now quarters and also on theii exemplification of fraternity as evident in all their discussions ills remarks Vere highly instructive and n at times humorous At the con elusion of his address the council by rising vote elected Father Kennedy en honorary member of Trinity for 7 life In return he thanked the mem bers for the courtesy and said heI unIdertaldngsother dIocese The Picnic Committee reportedl that it was only waiting for the day July 12 CONCORDIA OUTINGe The Concordia Singing Society hasI arranged to give its annual ex CIeuslon and outing at Ferdinand Ind on Sunday July 11 FerdinandI is the home of the great German Catholic community and their guests from Kentucky will receive a warm weleomaa and hospitable tretttmen t The exoilr lpnist will travel via the Southern railway and the New clerdlatuid railroad to their destinri tioB H wilt lrhiII1 tttn for Idg mass The train will leave the Seventh street depot at 7 oclock and returning will leave Ferdlnnnd at 730 oclock in the evening TbeIConcordia is one of the oldest I man singing societies in the United States and each year gives an excursion and outing All its affairs nre enjoyable and a larger crowd than usual Is expected this year PRETTY WEDDING Great Throng Witnessed 1 the McCluskyPope Nuptials St Mary Magdalens church was 1 filled to overflowing Wednesday j morning by the friends of Miss Katherine Manus McClusky and Ed ward Lawrence Pope who wereII united in marriage by the Eev Father William Gausepohl Nuptial high mass followed the ceremony and an elaborate musical programme was rendered by the choir under the a direction of Mrs Fred Harrig The ushers wore Messrs Daniel W Law ler Joseph Gasper William P Han non and David J Mnloney The bride wore a beautiful gown of white Marquisette over satin and trimmed in duchess Her veil was j fastened with a spray of orange blos and she carried a bouquet of white roses and lilllcs of the valley After the ceremony at the church bridal party was tendered a wed ding breakfast and reception at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs M J McClusky 1114 Brook street Both the church and the Mc Clusky residence were handsomely decorated for the occasion Among the outoftown guests were Misses Katherine Lindsey and j Elizabeth Clarke and Owen J Clarke all of St Louis Mrs James P Han non of Chicago John T Lee of Milton W Va Kenton Pope of Chicago and Misses Catherine Ryan and Anna Murphy of Shelbyville I Mr and Mrs Pope have gone on an extended tour of the Northern Lakes and will be at home to their friends at Bassett and Ransdall avenues after August 1 PRELIMINARY Illinois Temperance Work ers Prepare for Big 1 Convention The Catholic Total Abstinencec Union of Illinois held its estate convention in Chicago this week TIlec sessions began on Sunday anti sev ral hundred workers were present from all parts of the State Among I the most active workers were the Right Rev P J Muldoon the Bishop I anstheof Chicago The State convention will help to work up enthusiasm for j the national assembly which willII meet in Chicago on August 4 5 and 1 when 1500 delegates fomaHii parts of the United States will gatherCThe business session Sunday was preceded by a solemn high mass OCallnghnllCrimmins deacon and Rev Father T L Harmon of All Saints church as subdeacon The sermon wasIpreached by the Rev Father F A Purcell of Cathedral College Chicago The business meeting was held in eveningBishophan delivered addressesIMADE GENERAL FOREMAN Walter D Binford hos been made general foreman of the Courier Journal and Times composing rooms 111hoto be commended for not going olltiof the city to seek a cnpnble man nhd are to be congratulated In having Mr Binford at their disposal The management of both papers plantitsto keep in the procession of prog ress Mr Binford came to Louisville from Virginia twentyfive years ago and ever since has been employed by alwaysbeenTypograplllealUnIon delegate to the International con vention His promotion is eminently satisfactory to all IRISH HOME COMING A number of residents of the three Falls Cities have been discussing the Irish home coming of 1010 and nre very much impressed with the idea organizing ville and New Albany people who would like to make the trip to the Emerald Isle Among those inter ested nre Capt Gun Kane Col Joseph P McGinn William TI Meehnn Louis Schmitt Harry Veeneman Barney CoIlJohn J Barry and Police Commissioner John Murphy They expect to hold n for mal meeting at a nearly late and take steps necessary to perfecting nn organizationII PECULIAR COINCIDENCE The Tier Father Herbert Ilillen meyer the new pastor of St Jo sephs church at Winchester entered upon his duties last week amid his first duty Vasto officiate at the funeral of Miss Florence Conway the High School girl who was drowned in the Kentucky river Tly a strange coincidence e the Rev Father W B Ryans first act on are riving at Winchester fourteen ehrs ago was to officiate at the funeral of Mrs James Donahue CHILDREN AT MASS The children of Sacred heart par oohlal school are singing a new high mam taught them by Miss Alma McDermott the talented prjranlsti ofr devotionb WELL CHOSEN Mackin Council Picks Able Young Men For Delegates y Machin Council held a good business meeting Tuesday night with presidingOneand Herman Knipper and L J Rhein hart were reported on the sick list It was announced that Mackin had paid its per capita tax in full William Burke Secretary of the Opera Committee reported that his committee had turned over 1585 1 n performancesMackins treasury There are still a few tickets outstanding The re port was received with applause and the committee commended for its great work A communication from President Barbour of Sarto Council Owensboro was read It contained challenge from that council to a game of baseball As Mackin has no team this year the offer was de clinedThe most important feature of the evening was the election of delegates- to the Grand Council It resulted as follows Delegates Robert T Burke Louis J Kieffer Camden McAtee George J Lautz and Thomas D Clines Alternates Don Weber IIIgglnsPatrickBachmanMackin Council accepted an invitation to attend the Hibernian celebration at Phoenix Hill Park Monday and also to attend the open air con cert and minstrel show that is being arranged by the Rev Father Felton for the week beginning July 12 PARENTS GRIEF Is Assuaged by Sympathy of the Entire Local- Community Col and Mrs W B Haldcmun ar rived in Louisville Sunday night with time remains of Miss Lizzie Hnlde man their daughter whose death oc cured in Paris France two weeks ago Miss llaldemans funeral took 517Westnoon A detail of officers and men KentucKYStateantI taps wSre sounded graveMiss was just twenty one years old She was one of the most charming and cultured girls in Louisville society Her death is a great blow to her parents but both bore up bravely under theiliatress ddeccaseillwiset FirstKentuckyfather is Colonel and was in turn idolized by the soldiers the hind TIegiment communHyBbes out toCol and Mrs Haldeman in their great bereavement GALA DAY Promised For Trinity and Friends of That Council Members of irinlty Council their lady friends mid families are all anxious for July 12 to come arouiM because that Is the day set for tht councils outing at Peru Grove The committee in charge of the various phases of entertainment report that every arrangement hus been ma loI eujilyuIJc11lug every initiate for the thousands Shelleyi1ustattended the meeting Monday night und uftcr hearing the reports of the various committees complimented them He also spoke feelingly of ue relations existing between Trinity and Mackin Mr Shelley admonished the young men to foster the fra cruel feeling that now prevails APPRECIATE ABLE MAN M J Finnegan is one of time Louisville IrishAmericans who do things and one that enjoys the full cpnfidence of his employers For several years he has been Secretary of the Central Coal and Iron Com pang the Mcllenry Coal Company the Main Jelllco Mountain Coal Com pang and the Central City Water Company Last weep ho was honored by reelection as Secretary of each of those corporations at a meeting of their respective stockholders Mr Finncgnn is thoroughly identified with the commercial interests of Louisville and Ills reelection shows that his earnest endeavors are being appreciatedHOME1VARD BOUND Archbishop Parley of New York had his final audience with Pope Plus X last Saturday His Holiness granted all the favors Archbishop Farley asked for anti authorized npostollJ4cPQHdiction diocese On Wednesday the Archbishop started on iris homewardl journey ASSISTANT PASTOR The Rev Father Hamlll of Indianapolis hasbeen sent to Jeffersonville to assist the Rev Father John OConnell in his arduous IdutesQs pastor of St Augustine church The congregation has bee growing rapidly and the stork was tQo much for one priest OUR IVHEAT EXPOItT Thte United StateiTntfa1l1ex ports1 more wheat flour than all oihor eounirle cojnWniMl al out JIJutta of th total aamount TAMP RGIIt With Sinking Fun lftCHOtirces Will Injure tys Credit i General Council Ovd lea State Legislature in king Levy How Two PoIlccmSn Swore Falsely In Case oiJJmmctf McDormotflff ILUCHS1NGER JUMPSKN LIGHT Since the establishment of the Sinking Fund the credit f the city of Louisville has beiijj good but there arc signs of seta ic disturb ances in the citys cred jiand you anytimewere in power the ityl rate was 180 on the 100 valuatKn and of each 180 the Sinking und got seventeen and a half nts Pure Republicans floated in with Coy Willson in 1908 and j thie tax rate 175 on the 100 viialien and of this the Sinking Fun f got only seven and a quarter cen s on each 175 quite a drop In = j 09 the tax rate remained at 175 aft ijthe Sink ing Fund was cut to threi and a half cents on each 175 Think of the drop in two years froS seventeen and n half cents in 1907t three and n half cents in 1909 ItjSrieans theII taking away of morojilfrn 300000 from the resources oftflhc Sinking Fund 1fThe General Council and thin city administration gencrallyllxeuse this rifling of the Sinking Fund resources by saying that the difference was made up in the Increases in saloon taxes The excuse is that stale and invalid and for this rea nii Section 3010 paragraphs of the partThethe control and management of the Commissioners of the Sitting Fund nnd shall be held and sacredly used for the payment of the principal and interest of the bonded tftebt of the city The General Coundl shall have no power to puss ordinances to dinlinish thO tiresent rell rejo th Sinkin theFunddundebts as now11diedu- ntil of said c e3tai e able on said rUnlatJj a1l Btohi01eafl J coldy raurces The Court of Appeals decided not long ago that a license tAx was not to he depended upon that none could tell how many saloons would yearbutl of Louisville care about tho Court ofAppealsNow question naturally arises what is being lone with the more titan 300000 a year that ought to be put by 1o keep up the citys credit The Sinking Fund Commis sinners increased their force this week too A E Detweiler wns made Assistant License Inspector nmlI stenographerAnother high handed methodsof the police under command of Robert J Foster has come to light but not one of the dally papers published it On n re cent Sunday several police under rosters charge were looking for rifts in the lid They passed John lilacs saloon at Seventeenth nnd Main streets nnd saw Emmet Mc Dcrmott standing outside McDermott has been taking his meals at lilacs place and was nwnitlnpr his dinner The police Inquired of Mc Deriuott if there was a chance to get a drink Inside McDermott Paid there was not Lock thin up said Foster applynng n vile epithet So McDermott was locked up nnd charged with loitering Vhen his trial came up in the Police Court two officers under oath testified that they had known McDermott for twenty years or more and had never known him to work For the defense Michael Norton President of the Kentucky Stove Company testified that reOermott had been in his employ as n molder for twentyfive years and backed up his argument by producing books and pay rolls Of course McDermott was dismissed But linn anybody heard of the grand jury getting busy with the police who swore McDer mott never worked It would look like a case of false swearing These men are still on the police force Is believedCapt little monarchy of hue own in German town lie announces that he linn es tablished nn employment bureau and expects to make everybody go to work Possibly he is organizing a strikebreakers agency You know Luchsinger hits had experience along that line One correspondent asks If as n Councilman II P Reager insures 30 per cent of the policemen and fire men what per cent would lie insure in case he were elected Aldermen The answer Jswalt1J1tj1bQ is elected LEXINGTON MATRON DEAD Mrs Elizabeth C McKenna one of the best mown mlttrolllolLexinRIIton died at her Sunday night She had been ill only two days tier husband Lawrence McKentia anti six children survive her Her death is mourned by many warm friends nINSPECTS AUTO A cablegram from Rome says that the Pope inspected the automobile presented him by a wealthy Ampri can and admired its luxury and craftsmanship Then he remarked that unfortunately his trips islnGe confined to the Vatican would b4 very short 1 r 1 f f ACCIDENTAL Drowning of Merchants Casts Gloom Over City Joseph Iladcmaker and Fred Birkel two well known and highly respected GermanAmerican residents of the West End were drowned in the Ohio river near Twelve Mile Island last Sunday after noon They with Leo Kademnker JosephItademakera grocer were fishing in a launch In some manner the launch was overturned and the four occupants YoungRademakerthe boat mid clung to it until they were rescued but the elder Hade maker and Birkel were drowned Mr Iladcmaker resided at 2237 West Market street He was forty seven years old and a well known grocer Mr Birkel hind a tin store at 2203 West Market street Both were devout members of St congregationBoth found in the TuesdayBothAnthonys church on Thursday morning and the crowd that thronged the edifice attested the popularity of the two unfortunate men LOTS OF FUN In Store For Those Who See the Real Negro- Minstrels dnesdayJulyapart for the open air concert min givenbyVugustines parish at Fourteenth and Broadway The Rev Father Francis elton has been Indefatigable in the work of training these real colored minstrels but he promises a first class entertainment on each of the adjoiningStbrillIantly illuminated and a stage erected Seats will be arranged so that all can witness the performance without being crowded into a hot building The minstrel show will present Tautly uptodate melodies and new jukes The concert by the colored band will render both classical and popular selections while the finale the grand cake walk promises to be one oWh eat r t There will be- n tiC J Jori tating Cola Ifouh grQMs oS F SAFE AT nOME Colonels and Hoosiers to Play Two Games Monday Time Louisville baseball club is home after a two weeks swing Hiomul the circle and will playone game with their old rivals thu EclipseImtrlc Charlcrtarrsgames with the same aggregation on Monday one in the morning and one in the afternoon It is safe to say that every man woman and child in Louisville will want to see the Colonels win nil four games The team met defeat but not dis grace on its recent trip With Dclo Imnty und Dunlenvy out of the game the team has been badly crippled It Is hoped that the stay at homo will restore nil to perfect condition The fans are very patient and ought to be more so now until the players pick up their old gait Encourage ment is what Heine Pelts and his men need as mucn ns anything else just now If nothing else home pride alone should be an Incentive to ill the park today tomorrow and Mondayr POPULAR DEMOCRAT DEAD James J Guthrie one of time most popular Democrats in the West End died of typhoid fever at his home 2217 High street Monday night The deceased was born in Now York fifty years ago but came to Louis ville when a boy He became an expert judge of tobacco and was recognized as one of the best buyWs on the breaks Mr Guthrie wits always an active Democrat and served about eight years as a deputy under former Jailer John R Pflan He is stir sired by his wife anti three sons June Raldy amid Tohn Guthrie The funeral took place from the Church of Our Lady Portland on Wednes day morning CHORUS OP GOO VOICES That Boston iis a music center may well be demonstrated when it is con sidered that within n few weeks a chorus of 500 mens voices will be perfected This notable chorus will be a conspicuous part of tine pro gramme for the home welcome of Most TIer William OConnell which will take place early fa Jnea few days after the arrival of the Arch bishop from tome WANT SULLIVAN AGAIN A popular movement has taken lnclhoneollnt3tolnduceRon mond to stand for reelection to the Legislature Ere long Mr Sullivan will be Induced to rnn for Congress from ida district If he nuts he will be elected NEW YORKER MOURNED One of the largest funerals in New York in recent years was that of Florence JII Sullivan Tammany 1 AaacmblydiMMet1 to cir Saints church last Sunday after noon Big Florrle as he was called by tho people in his district drove vice from the neighborhood and made many miserable homes happy He was a native of Ireland and fortyfour years old Mr Sulli vun was six feet two inches tall and a perfect spcciment of manho- odFEDERATION Of American Catholics Is Not Fighting John- Redmond t ofBuffaloThose politicians who have been endeavoring to make bad blood be ofGreateration by offensive articles and in latterdepictingcandlobeingpriestsbirettarebuff Father Sharrock the Cor responding Secretary of the Cath thediocese byJJisthat the Catholic Federation does officially disassociate itself from the offensive cartoons and still more offensive press reports nnd begs to also expressedbothpressreports DOMINION DAY Members of Maple Leaf Club Prove Royal Hosts The Maple Leaf Club which is residentinouting on Thursday July 1 or callItI MChattersons race Kenwood Hill Members of the club and their invited guests went to the outing grounds on the Fourth street car via Third street The festivities began at 3 oclock There were athletic games music and brief addresses refreshments and rambles over the beautiful grounds Norman npleIealMurraytheeverywhere entertaining the clubs guests 1 Scotchtrlellgsonlmnd toiviRli the Maple Leaf Club a IpnB cojjJinHlet1and us fuldxistence TAIL itresent enjoyedl the outing and many formed friendships that Trill Inst for years to come KOCKLOKT WEDDING IockportIndmost inpressive ceremony Wednes day morning when Miss Juunio Bonier of that city became the bride of Louis Krieg of Indianapolis The altar was artistically decorated for the occasion Promptly at 8 oclock the bride gowned in a handsome empire of blue satin anti wearing a large blnck hat entered accompanied by Dr Raymond L Bosler a brother of the bride from Indianapolis mill Miss Cecelia Sullivan who wore an empire gown of champagne satin and white hat As the party wended Its way to the altar thin beautiful strains of Lohengrin filled the air At the foot of the altar the bride was met by MrI Krieg where both knelt and the plrformeclbOtto Rosier Jato of St Patricks parish at Indianapolis and now of tIll new Church of St Catherine of Sienna Indianapolis A high mass was then celebrated by Father Bosler assisted by Rev Father Gerdon the pastor of St Bernards After mass the bridal party had breakfast at the home of the bride and lleft immediately for a tour through Europe They will be at home to friends on College avenue Indiannpolin after October 31 The bride Is the accomplished daughter of Dr S F Bosler of Bockport nnd the fortunate young man is a member of the first of Krifg Brothers at Indianapolis DEATH OF WILLIAM Sill S William Slls a well known her man resident of the East End died at his home C16 Laurel street on inpeerdeath Was not unexpected The de ceased was born in Germany forty six years ago but hind spent the greater part of his life In Louisville He Is survived by his wife who was formerly Miss Annie Sand nnd six children Bernard Jacob William Jr Herman Mamie and Clara Sils his mother Mrs Mary Slls and a brother John Slls He was also a brotherInlaw of Den J Sand President of the Cigar Makers Union The funeral took place from St Bonifaces church Thursday morning FOR GERMAN OnPITANS The German Catholics of roulsvile pretiaratieimsforthe benefit of St Josephs Orphan Asylum The outing will be held on the asylum grounds Crescent Hill on August 11 Entertaining games will be provided fore the young and there will be lots of amusement for the senior patrons DISCIPLES OP ST FRANCIS The seventh centenary oj the foundation of time Franciscan order will be celebrated on August 16 On that flay in the year 1309 St ofQulnteyalFetsirpt CBtttiitf M canon tthe CwthralofAaelatumI t AFTERMATH Many Prelates Who Attended the Jubilee Arc Coming Home Archbishop Farley Granted Many Favors by the Holy Father Pope Gives Special Blessing to Members of American Society GOSSIP FROM THE VATICAN thebiggreatjubileeof the gossip bears the earmarks notesthatpostponementofcorrespondenttells otNewlIbnc1a3is that he left tome on Monday to i1MunichdefInitelylastSaturdayprcseatedpastoralringamethystsurrounded monds and all set in gbld leaves Ills Holiness also granted several Archbishopto KnighthoodofIlerberninn Chairman of the Board Encyclopedia JQuinlan olic Club and Dr Hurley composer understoodthatpurchasedat Senigallin and that it will be used as a seashore residence in connection CollegeTheE McDon receivedbyHoliness expressed his gratification orBrooklyn klynwho tatesThe 3 leasbeendistributingthroughout ions of cards with the simple device lalguagp introduce the plan in other coun promised promltlngitMr Colborne presented to the Pope a beautifully embroidered American flag which Plus X de Blared would always be kept in hula study and an address richly illuminated on parchment from the Anti Profanity League The Tope re stored the latter to the donor after followingautogrnphWith gift we renew our wishes for tho best prosperity for all members of apostolicblessingloved children of time United States of America It is generally believed that Monsignor Aversn for the last four years Apostolic Delegate to Cuba and who in this capacity passed much time at Washington for the settlement of questions arising put of church property will soon be transferred to Vienna fls Nuncio In that case the present Nuncio Mon prohI College Monsignor Kennedy Rector of the MonsignorFarleyAssociation 100000 to be invested as a fund to be known as the Kennedy building fund for building n + new college if the present building becomes too small to house its students ARBITRATION Will Settle Birthday Dis pute Between Good fellows I was born on August 1 said John Ryan the contractor and hmm 1 her dealer to a group of friends several lays ago when Andy Knst salesman for the Kentucky Vitrified i Trick Company broke In with t What right had you to he born on that day Hint is my birthday Everybody laughed and the ar ment would have stopped there if Andy had not oddc forgive you It was not on 1J day after all You are 1 udder than I am Look at his white 1 lljnn lIe is ten year I am Thus they Maul minutes until one of proposed to arbitrat Then Andy suggeste wait until thin HIM July 5 and then vod manIrish alliance was eminently I Ryan GETS The nevT left NevlA surne char- Bradford been ned church many 1 I r KENTUCKY IRISH AMllaRICAlz mitmmammmmflmmflmflmrmt mmnnt11m mmmmmnmrnmmrnmmn J- ISouthernlI National I 41 1 Bank I MAIN STREET Bet 3rd and 4th IWWIIWIWIWWIIWWIIWIIW iiiiiiiiiiililli iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiwiiuiiwiiiimimiiiEi Agents for TODD and KENYON Buildings OREILLYc POUTCH REAL ESTATE and FIRE INSURANCE LOANS AND MORTGAGES BIdCumbog ra0 O I CHARLES BOESWALD DEALER IN Groceries Meats and vegetables Butter Eggs and Poultry Home Phone 3266 S E Cor 16th and Walnut Sts 8MMMMMC8MCeMC939M eceMC8CKea 0016 s d6 + 49 b + fOMd 444 1 + t IRestaurant Open From 6 a m Until Midnight c cC 8III j fJJk = fJi7lfL j w kt1W + 427 W MARKET ST 4 We have on draught Imported Bass Ale Pilsner Bur S ger Braui MusnchnerHobrau Pschorr Brnu and Senn Jg Ackermnnns Special Brew X B I + M r + + d 8 XKXKXXKHXHXKXHXK QOC CW t ITHOS GARRYF DEALER IN Groceries Meats and Vegetables Tobaccoa I Horns Phone 3639 N W Corner Nineteenth and Bank Streets 3 ttiy +at1 Ij GEORGE J BUTLERI DEALER IN FANCY GROCERIES AND PRODUCE FRESH MEATS AND VEGEfABLESCIGARS II AND TOBACCO AveJne 3359 1983 Portland iiI j 1 SOLICITED BUFFET IN lREAR OJ i I RGE J PAULINt= LINES and LIQUORS IIII- FOR FAMILY USE l j and TOBACCO 11 o 108 S FOURTH AVE III 1C a f DISCOVERY Of Lake Chnmplnln Will He Very Elaborately Celebrated In East Ken York nnd Vermont Will Vie fin Honoring the Great Explorer v Cardinal Gibbons lUll Several Arch bishops Will Assist at Ceremonies I PRESIDENT TAFT TO BE THERE The people of the East are main great preparations to celebrate th- trl centenary of the discovery of LakeI Champlain this month The great water pageant depicting the discovery of the lake surd Champlnlns first battle will be interesting and on the opening day July 4 at Burlington Vt under the supervision of the Catholic clergy masses wjll be offeredI up and sermons delivered in the open Among the prominent ecclesiastics who will take part are Cardinal1 Gibbons Archbishops Ireland and Farley of the United States and sev oral Archbishops from Ganada The Catholic Summer School at Cliff Haven on Lake Champlain will be almost in the center of the many His torical scenes to be depicted during the week Generations have come and gone and Lake Champlain still lies between the green hills as It did three hundred years ago as It doubtless will three hundred years hence Champlain dis covered and named the lake only n few months before Henry Hudson discovered the famous river that bears his name and both of these great waterways still keep green the memory of men who were In the vanguard of those bold explorers and navigators who opened to the world this great country of ours That Champlain was made of heroic mould from which come founders of States no one will deny and the Jesuit historian Charlevolx s has with poetic justice called him The Father of New France Champlain was born at Brouge a French seaport town in 1507 lit was a man of many partssoldier sailor geographer historian and courtier He was always an ardent Catholic but did not espouse the cause of Henry IV of France unti- Huguenot I the latter renounced the and conformed to the true faith Then he became a great favorite of that dashing soldierKing and from him received many favors I Champlains father was a sea Cap tain and from his earliest youth son accompanied his father on theII voyages thus gaining a l knowledge of navigation In 1G03 he was permitted to accompany an expedition to that part of Canada then called Nev France His object was twofold to Christianize the natives found colony and to write detailedJdescription of New France and its Inhabitants This first voyage ofI Champlain was successful insofar that no accidents occurred and on his sec I and visit ho sailed up the St Lawrence river and landing about 125 miles from the gulf founded the firs I fortified French colony in New i France naming the place Quebec an Indian name which means narrow j ing of the stream Here he built a church and a rude fort the first iin the new land The first mass was celebrated out of doors The Indians I Tforming a circle on the outside looked on in wonderment deeming these white men mysterious beings sea t them by the Geat Spirit Afterward Champlain explored far afield making many voyages and as court geograi pher and historian has described his travels In quaint quarto volumes published in Paris in 1C045 It was on his second voyage thatl he discovered the great lake which bears his name and by a strange coincidence the discovery was made on July 4 but 167 years before that greatest of all Fourths of July I I I And so It is fitting that this his1 torte region should now stand In the llimelight of public attention for IfI It is just three hundred years since Champlain discovered and named the lake and fought his first battle when I I he with his two bands of redmen sixty Hurons and Algonqulns twenty four canoes in all met the hostile Iroquois whom they defeated after i a fierce skirmish July 1G09 near Tlconderoga and from that Defeat dates the undying hatred of the IroquoIs toward the French I Since then this historic lake has witnessed many scenes In the drama of warfare and the coming celebra lion is a fitting tribute to a man thejforemostPioneersPresident II t PresldenShermanguests on one or more days during the week Till CATHOLIC 1ItlKST The Catholic Times well says A Catholic priest has the clergymen of filII other denominations hcavllI voIcatlonthe priesthood as a profession or a I business it is always surrounded by the vocational atmosphere God callsb splendidf I the Catholic religious priest monk or Sister If at any tlmln priest I should ever begin to look upon his life work as n profession as a some I thing like a profession like law med icine or even teaching he Is lost Luckily no priest worthy of the name ever does thnk so 1 DIFFERENT VIEWS thafoolisltt being unlucky silt out gofAmerican Why jt is easily die proved The United States started with thirteen colonies unlankyr I IrilE EAIEIIAL1 ISLE Brightly figure thy shores upon his tingesWhere to tame and toI science long known Like unsettliig stars through the lapse of long nges From the sengirded isle of lllber- nla have shone Fair IslandI thy roles arecm storyWhich of nges gone by i When And 11onwartI11 loud hattle cry J The closingIts wild wlnc is creeping the a dimly ham pilc1Vhere on the fields of reposingThe of the Emerald Isle And In far later years with the purest devotion To the high cause of freedom fulli ninny ixson gcsgecnnIevergreen laurels of glory bm i won The gallantFitgeraldOn the bright list of glory forever bIndquent herald Who wnkened the spirit and pride of his Innd They are gone they nre goneI but their memories that linger On the shores where they I BNopoint the finger Of scorn at those sons of the Emerald IsleaIllbernin though tyrants seek to degrade thee Yet proud sons of science acknowll edge their birth On thy sengirded shores whose high geilim has made then The gem of the ocean the wonder of earth The memory of Bryan the pride of thy shore And oer thy dim lakes amid wildII valleys have sounded The heiirttoiichlng strains of Cnrolan nnd Moore O KOOII may the banners of freedom wave oer ties Grean island of helot may liberty smile sTo the lustre of primitive ego restore thee The grin of the ocean the Emer old Tslel John G Whittier WIlFTY LABORER The Tenant of nn Irish Cotta Has Troubles With Smoke This one Is front an Irish exchange and is not halt bad An amusing letter which provoked a lot of laugh ter was read at a meeting of the Delvin District Council from the tenant of a laborers cottage Gilbert Crosby vhd44is troublcd with the smoke nuisance I am Qne otrc those persons ho said Itiat never complainsand whot never says die whilst there is ashof in the locker but now that I have tried my last remedy and failed miserably in removing the smoke from Ifor dungeon of darkness I most callI aid from your kind and char table board tlI have ripped open the back belly and side of this infernal chim onithe smoke retreated hastily made for the window and would not even look at my coaxeyorum So great is the suction down wards that no lark can warble oer no jackdaw or jay can touch its sum tmitelse they will get sucked down and cremated In fife inferno I may break I may tatter tthe house as I will But the smell of the smoke will hang round It still The walls are In mourning the ceiling the same and my wardrobe etc saturated with the smell of smoke It is said that the microbe thrives in smoke but If that Is true I a- very unfortunate were but I dos not think he could live one night lin ratethlsclimate to build his nest than in my poor throat Gentlemen this is an ago of progress when the world is up i badId and last though not least smoky chimneys I will ask you t join that noble brigade of reformer- and make a test cape of my drone y abode In conclusion I must tell you that lam a widower and mean to have another try in the matrimonial market and select a fair colleen onl I would be afraid I might be indfete- orf womanslaughter if she got su focated but the two stonehearted District Councillors should be in the dock also because they would n- dcren of look Into the black hole u Calcutta for it is nothing else My case Is urgent then so I want you fo send your eminent arch itect to devote some of his wondert- powers to abate tho nuisance I a told he eau see through n brick anti1 1on upsIdedowndawnGive me a chance to pay rent an to breathe my native air once nor and you wljl prove a double barr j blessing of some unknown one and j geebrokenwindednot expect rentnIt Is a pltysald the Clerk to have him at labor at all Mr Nedley said he had taken gardenHe letter SuttoneSteps are to be taken to remedy the defects complained of INSANITY INCREASING IN nThe number of insane persons f Texas Is said tobe Increasing at rapid rate Additions to the tiro hospitals for the Insane supplying accommodations for 700 patients were opened recently and filled Im mediately Experts declare that the State should make provisions at onee fur 1600 more patient I LEXINGTONS Historic Hnttlo Was First of the Conflicts Lending to l Independence Americans Lost the Day nut the I Itrltlsh Paid Heavy Toll j 1 Untrained Patriots Chased the Hodt 1 Coats All time Way from Concord COh16iANDiI Of the many stirring events lends Ing up to the declaration of Ameri amtte story battle of eliigtou It marked in American history the passing of the oundary line by the English Gov leglslaionIt marked the courageous resistance of the early patriots even at fearful oddsIt theIparty ritish Government intended to c rush out all resistance on the part of the colonies The meeting of the Deputies from the various colonies t Philadelphia in 1774 amid passing the declaration of rights only served to oinks that determination considlquantity provincial arm II and ammunition were stored at Concord about sixteen miles fromt Boston nnd Gen Gnge commander of the British forces in Masse chusetts resolved to send a strong bodyof troops to seize and destroy tllIbut the prlllI1rn1tlonsGage detached SOO grenadiers lint1 light infantry the flower of the English dimly in Boston under the command of Lieut Col Smith antis Major Pitcqlrn to march quietly nnd expeditiously to Concord The troops sailed up Charles river and landed at Phlpps farm en route to Concord The watchful patriots saw what was going on and dispatched1 mounted messengers to alarm th colonists The ringing of bells andi nrncsge1 part lire froth Boston hnd been discovered mud that tin alarm Will countryThe 1 quickly and nt 2 oclock in the morn ing seventy of the minutemen tt er Cllpt10hne emergency At daylight the British were seen approaching under com snood of Major Pltcalrn who had been sent forward with the light in fantry He rode toward the minute iiiBn jihd eon nmltleil them to lay down their arms and disperse When I they did not obey he opened flri killing forty men nnd wounding nine others Four others were 1 killed in escapeCapt there was hope and ordered his men to peens The British fired n volley triumph null pursued the march snrLLward Concord They reached about 730 oclock nnd were prised to see the whole around had been apprised of their stealthy march The stores of provincial arms and1 ammunition nt Concord were in charge of 200 patriots commanded by Col John Barrett an Irish American The patriots were en gaged in removing the stores to a place of hiding when the BrifVli1 came In sight Co Barrett nut Jiis men retrented across North Bridge nnd the main body of the Englishi soldiers entered the town destroyer1 two of canon throw 500 lepnnntla of balls Into the river nnd1 brutes up sixty barrels of flour theyfoundfoundWhile troopttwosYr lheAlllerlcun1 by Major Butrlck advanced to meet the English Firing followed mud n sidedmission started to retire hilt shedocreryyri U ceaseless hilttirregular discharge of musketry Meanwhile Gen Gage had dispatched 900 men to support the retreating rchesyi Tnnlcetthey not piny It on their return They bud quite enough lIIettheLexingtontto Bunker Hill n running fight was kept up and while patrlotlltheexhaustedul ofmIe British losses the day were sixtyfive killed 180 wounded und twentyeight mnde fitlydumuledearmyelDurIng surrounded it on the land side The siege of Boston had begun nnd dumb ot terminate until St Patricks day 1770 when Gen Howe gore the order to the British forces to evacuate the city GREAT RELIEF WORK j During the past year the Phlla j delphal conferences of the St Vln j cent de Paul Society spent over j annualSut1dressellhy SundayangseHEAlTHY SOLDIERS j The health record of the German army as better than that of any other nations fighting force oJ op 0- is WJ NifrPKtESTATE AND LOANS JREALJ Given to Rents REFERENCES German Bank Ger man Insurance Bank Fidelity Trust Co Louisville Trust Co andothers Room 302 Louisville Trust Co IIiS W Cor 5th and MarKet Sts HOME PHONE 1805 Sam L Robertson t 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Independence On that day the American Congress resolved That the flag of the thirteen United States be thirteen stripes alternate red and white that the Union be thirteen stars white In a blue field representing a new constellation Congress when selecting the flag specified the size and proportion for use as follows The entire length to be six feet six Inches and the width four feet four inches the upper seven of the thirteen stripes four red and three white to bind the square of blue field Inclosing the stars the stripes to extend from the end of tho field to the end of the flag The next or eighth stripe to be white extending partly at the base of the field The other five stripes three ted and two white to run the entire length of tho flag This proportion IB still kept up in all sizes of correct flags ExSecretary of the Navy Benjamin F Tracy years agoL presenting a flag lo the students of the St Peters Catholic school Brooklyn made tho following eloquent reference to its origin and meaning The flag of oUr nation which you are to receive was adopted by Congress on June 14 1777 and soon after that flag was lifted on high as a proclamation to the world of the birth of a new nation and people The history of tho origin or designer of that flag is unknown the man who suggested or designed it we know nothing of but we do know that on that day a resolution was offered in Congress adopting it and that it was passed without debate or a word of dis sension That flag adopted so long ago had thirteen stripes symbolic of the thirteen States of the Union Its thirteen stars upon the field of blue represents a new constellation which was destined to shine with un equalled brightness Upon the other nations of the earth The while of its bars represents the truth and purity for which it stood and the red between was symbolic of courage In the determination to no longer submit to kingly foreign rule FEDERATION CONVENTION The eighth annual national con vention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies will be held In PIttsburg August 8to 11 inclusive The Right Rev Bishop Canovjn and the people of PIttsburg are making elaborate preparations for the reception and entertainment of the visiting delegations Among those who will deliver addresses during the conven tion wlllbe the Most Rey S 011988 mer Archbishop of Milwaukee Right Rev James McFaul Bishop of Trenton and Thomas B Minahan of Seattle Wash u f t r j- t r AN iniSlLMANS GREETING Th top o th mornin to you An phwat may thot mane would ye ask Sure mannys th body seems won dhcrin Tho tellin yos not such a task Were ye thlnkin it might mane th mornln Ud be takln its hat off to you Or its bald pate alone should salute yo Whin first it appears to your view Tisnt much of a mysthery Im thlnkin Th top oth mornin to you Phwat else but a dawn fair wid promise An th shimmer o sunshine on th dew Your dawn All sublimeere the mad sthrolfe 0 midday dhrolves out from your molnd Th folne aspirations high courage At daybreak so alsy to foind A now day manes new bIrthdont- be botherln Wld yestherdays failures an careTh whole world is yours if yell have It Th morn In has made you its heir Tis all in tit wan little greetln An th wish whin day dhraws to Its close That your courage an faith whin th sun sets Bo as great as they were whin It rose So Th top o th mornln to you partTisAn sthralght from an Irishmans heart N L Benvenutl 1CNIGHTS OP REST The Knights of Rest Fishing Club will open its old camp grounds on Geistlichs farm on the Cane Run road near Gravel Pit lane next week The Knights of Rest are Jolly good fellows and all who attend spend a pleasant time Only men hers and those Invited by members take part in the camp festivities visitinglayscamp by wagons that meet the Park land car at the terminus of the line at 1 oclock in the afternoon RIVERVIEW PARK The hot weather has sent thousands to Rlvervlew Park this week and Webers famous band has won peopleDothhalls are filled each night by the young people Excellent pro I grammes have been arranged for the I nnllIl see that the patrons of Riverview well entertained I Ita POWERFUL MAGNETS Several German shipyards are powerful i ti rX IRISH BOGS They Seem to Ilo Conducive of Longevity Among the Peasants It is curious that it is in the bog land districts of Ireland that the greatest number of pensioners are to be found Bogs lire said to bo antiseptic in their nature and undoubtedly they possess great pre servative qualities Where bodies hue laid in them for years or old usurillyinwhen again brought to light It is where the bogs are most pervading that the most old people are to be found says the Itoscomman Herald Castlerea district for instance is famous for its bogs the smell of turf seems to be everywhere and it is there that the most pensioners have qualified under the new act The list already passed totals up to 2800 Then in the Gurtcen district there is another great wild strip of moorland and there too old age pen sioners abound In one famous case- In that loenlity there are five pcn sinners in one housetwo brothers two sisters and a wife They will have 325 a year coming in to them under the new net On a piece of re claimed bog they have passed their calm and uneventful lives and now this great boon drops in to them and their old days will close In com fort and in a prosperity that they never know before These bog lands are now proved to nave prolonged the lives of so many people that perhaps the time may come when distinguished persons will resort to these places for their healthgiving properties as they do spas and con tinentnl cures At any rate it is a significant fact that while in the rich and prosperous parts tile old people entitled to these pensions are few anti far between the greatest longevity to be found in the boggy districts where men and women have led hard lives and were en gaged in reclaiming land and in a constant struggle with the forces of nature KNIGHTS AND MOBILE The national convention of the Knights of Columbus will meet in Mobile Ala in August It will be the first convention of the order in the far Southland but will bring together one of the largest gather I ings that ever attended a convention of the order Mobile IKnights anti all the people in that picturesque city are preparing to give the visitors a royal welcome TURNING TABLES Luke J Mealy a young Irish American has won a prize for proficiency in the Study of German at Fordham College New York The prize was offered by Herman Bidder editor of the New York State Zeitunsr and the Irish lad beat a Iollalmcompetitors D Uo fi simW Iis0B HOR8TMN- E i DEALER UST E E Choice Wines and Liquors 3 E Try our Leading Brands of Wines and Li C quors and our Full Line of Importedand E 3E3 = E 3 t E STSgOT3BHSHX2252H3 r1 vE SUGGESTIONS FOR YOURii E BUILDING 33- EE C EI ORNAMENTAL STANDARD ENAMEL ROMAN 8 I C KIN ALL 3 3 Fire Proof Work Architectural Terra Cotta JRoofing Tile R I W Lamp Resisting Paint Steel Rolling 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encountered various vicissitudes during its eleven years put it still here The Kentucky IsI American strives to be a not a magazine to newspaperI many local and foreign events inter eating to Kentucky Irish Americnns as is consistent with its size It has fought for right and has upheld whatever it believed to be right at nil times The Kentucky Irish American stands for the whole people not for any class and it strives to have abuses corrected whenever they appear It has en joyed a generous patronage since it was established and has only words of thanks for its renders and ndCrtiriersI ONLY AMERICANS AIm HUSH l Were a stranger from New Zealand the Philippines or London to visit Louisville on July 4 and ask tho occasion of the celebration lIe would be told that it was the anniversary of the Declaration of American Independence Then he might ask Are the Irish the only Americans that celebrate it And why should he not ask the question Ours is a nation of immi grants Germans Irish English Scotch Scandinavians Poles Ital ians Austrians Hungarians Greeks Turks Syrians anti Africans All came to America to escape oppres sion and persecution all enjoy the fruit of American liberty only the Irish appear tos celebrate in Louisville and then through the medium of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Sometimes and often people are like hogs Hogs walk through the woods eating tho mast that falls from the tree but never once lookup to see the hand that shakes down their food Many people are willing to enjoy the good that comes to them without looking aloft to the God that bestowed hein without remembering with gratitude the forbears who fought for them and made life liberty and the pursuit of happiness a possibility If the Ancient Order of Hiber nians never did anything else they are setting an example for Ameri cans of other races to followthe example of the Irish in looking up to God in commemorating the deeds xlngtonffI ANKIGEH JUBILEE The publishers of the Anzeiger Louisvilles great German daily showed their American local con temporaries a trick or two last Sun day The jubilee number commem orating the sixtieth anniversary of its origin has never been surpassed in Louisville It was well edited and from a typographical standpoint as near perfect as newspapers can belt showed the broad mind of an able i business manager the discernment of the editors the efficiency of its composing room force and masterly press work The Kentucky Irlsi American wishes the Anzeiger many more years of success- STRENUOUS PATRIOTISM There seems to be patriotic Americans in Elmira with peculiar ideas They arranged to celebrate the glorious Fourth with a military parade and militia companies from Oswego and Auburn were invited to participate and accepted the Invita tion But these patriotic people went further They invited the crack company of Kingston Ont the Princess of Wales Own Rifles to participate Now they are disap pointed because the Militia Council of Canada refused permission to the Kingston soldiers to take part in uniform in the celebration It would be rather amusing to see a bunch rejolcb1gbecl1use KingGeorgesTe wary of the Declaration of Independent of the United States ABOUT OBLIGATIONS On Tuesday the following ap peared in the editorial columns of the Louisville Evening Post The public has not the right to expect ot- a newspaper absolute accuracy What it has a right io tempest and Jwhatitshou1l1 but does not always insist upon is absolute honesty a consistent effort to print the news of the day correctly suppressing nothing and coloring nothing What do you think of that coming from the same paper that f said hi tjLC r t t K t 1L y llit IiII2 Itobert IEmmet escaped from Ireland mid became a noted lawyer in New York TheLbuIsvllle Post is noted not only for its inaccuracy and for the injudicious coloring it gives to matters but for the absolute and apparently malicious falsity of many of its alleged news items TAKE CARE OF 1JOVS Time editor of the Shelby Record says if you want to give a little boy from six to ten years old a start for the penitentiary just allow him the privilege of running on the streets until late bedtime It is there he learns his first crime It is there hb gets his first lessons in vulgar obscene language and his start for prison is made Whynot raise the age from ten to twenty years Brother Sliinnick People marvel because England is in a panic lest Germany send an invading army That is nothing The editor of the Louisville Evening Post is 1lying awake at night lest George D Todd announce his candidacy for Mayor KNIGHTS 1 I OF COLDMBDSi Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Louisville Council will have UK annual outing at Fern Grove n August 10- Memphis Council conferred tothree degrees on a class of forty candidates last Sunday Milwaukee Knights are cont m plating the erection of a club house in connection with Marquette Unl versify The Daughters of Isabella will hold their third biennial national convention nt Utica N Y next TuesdayCairo Council will initiate n large class on July 4 State Deputy John T Donovan will lead 200 Kentuckians uncJFnrmAuburn Council in New Yort State conferred the second degree nightTheat a big joint initiation nt Utica tci morrow The ode Land of the Patriots Pride will be sung in D flat at the quartetteMessrs Donovan Dorian Dougherty and Dunigan RECENT DEATHS Mrs Mary Riley died at the family BroadwayIYednesdny took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption on Friday morning The deceased Is survived by her husband a detective for iheLouisville Nashville Railroad Coin ponyhiss Anna Curran a well and favorably known young lady of Sacred Heart parish died at her home IMO Anderson street on Wednesday Death was due to ty studying ill She was the daughter of James Curran Six brothers and a sister plncfrommorning Mss Mary E Corcoran died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital early Saturday morning as the re sult of a stroke of paralysis sus tained several days before The deceased was fortysix years of age and had resided in Louisville nil her life Time deceased was a sister of Mrs Charles Bryne and was a de vout member of time Catholic church The funeral took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption on manyfriendsMrs Catherine Casey one of the oldest and best known ladies on the Hill died at the home of her son in law Peter J Maloney 1234 Payne street Wednesday night The de nlnetytwoLouisville more than fifty years She is survived by three daughters Mrs TIaloneyRev Father Emmet B Kennedy is her nephew The funeral takes place from jiloyslus church this morning PIONEERR DEAD Mrs Elizabeth Broecker of New Albany died of paralysis Saturday at the home of her soninlaw John Hannfee Eight children survive her They are William Broocker for mer Mayor of New Albany Henry Frank and John Broecker Mrs Frank Belry Mrs Silrira Hotter Mrs John Hanafeo and Miss Katie Broecker The deceased was eighty one years Old and was a pioneer resident of New Albany- HEADQUARTERS AT GAIT HOUSE Prank G Adams who as Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors of the y M L is making arrangements for the entertainment of visltinc delegates has selected the Galt House as headquarters That popular hostelry 1Is centrally located but its accommodations are of avery superior oharaoter t rJ i6a t t- An Exceptional List of Clearance Prices In Womens Cool Summer Dress Suits and Skirts There are many reasons why you should visit this section at once and one of the very best is that you actually could not purchase the material at the price some of the garments are offered here now I Third Floor Wool Serge Tailored Suits made of cream f ground with black hairline stripes long semifitting coat white satin lined1 trimmed with fancy black jet buttons very smart an ideal summer suitSpe cial Clearance Price 1275 Natural Pongee or Shantung One PiecdPrin cess Dresses some selftrimmed arid selfcolored lace yokes others have small touches of colorClearance price 875 Extra special in Onepiece Dresses made of madras gingham or lawn many dainty styles in the lot gored plaited skirts Specially priced at 675 Handsome OnePiece Linen Dresses trim med in contrasting colored buttons with lace yoke colors light blue rose gray and whiteSpecial at 1175 STEWART JlncorpouIM I t w9 Je 6SG r7fii1b9- I iI SOCIETY r i e +6J s9oewss 9i is fd tYs1 C9 I Miss Glenn Maekin is visiting reln thes at Lebanon Mrs P P Sweeney and childrenI are visiting friends in Nashville Miss Julia Kelly of Portland ave nue is visiting friends at Muncie IndDr fnmllyleftday Mrs Michael J Burke of B20 West 11111 street is recovering from a spell of illness Miss Patsy Epperson of Crescent Hill is visiting Miss Nellie McGrath nt Flatbush N Y Mrs E E Kirwnn has gone to spend the summer in New York and other Eastern cities Mrs M E Kearns of South Louisville has as her guest Mrs Martin Kenrns of Cincinnati Mrs Boy Neighbors is entertaining Misses Estelle Hudson and Jesse Cnrr of Eliznbethtown Miss Julia Burns entertained with a linen shower last Saturday in honor of Miss Anne Collins Miss Fanny Qunniffe entertained last week in honor of Mrs W B Hyndman of Worthing S D Mrs Jeremiah Kavnnagh of 1346 South Sixth street is improving from a severe attack of rheumatism Miss Margaret OConnor of time Highlands is visiting her aunt Mrs Edward Biven in South Louisville Miss Camille Semonin has returned to Toffersontown after a visit to her aunt Miss Jean Semonin of Parkland Misses Georgia and Florence Rultl entertained with a 500 party last week in honor of Miss Katherine McClusky Mrs J T Brady and her mother Mrs E A Russell both of Portland arc enjoying a boat trip on the Cumberland river Joseph J Flynn of 725 South Seventh street will leave Wednesday for New York and expects to spend several months there Miss Bertha Handly of Spring field and Miss Anna Carlisle of Lebanon are visiting Miss Maria Mcrri mee of Crescent Hill William Hennessy is rejoicing over the arrival of a fine baby boy at his home 2317 South First street Mother and child are progressing nicely D J Gleason Superintendent ofI the Jawerly department for the JM RobinsonNorton Dry Goods Com pany returned from a business trip to New Yprk Saturday bnbJlandhnsof Mr and Mrs Michael Meagher and they are thinking about chris tening it after its Uncle Andy Quite n large crowd attended the wedding of Miss Mamie Dolle and August Diets at St Bonifaces church on Wednesday morning Both nre well knoWn young people of the East End Dr Cyrus Mnllette and bride for merly Miss Clara Mae neW have gone to Advance Mo to spend n month with the grooms parents be fore the Doctor resumes his practice at Lnfe Ark Miss Mary A Ritz and Clarence E Billings popular young people of New Albany were united in mar riage nt St Marys church Tuesday morning The young couple have begun housekeeping at 317 East Elm street William Kilkelly who lies been svf fering from a severe nervous ailment for the past two weeks is restI- ng quietly at his home 1653 Prentice street His condition has shown marked Improvement during the past few days Miss Emma Klein and Joseph SiblerJn were united In marriage at St Anthonys church on Wednes day morning After the ceremony they left on a tour of the West Thor will be at home to their if j U- y flt A very new model in Linen Suits trimmed in the new tubing selfcolored shown in new shades of gray dark rose light blue and naturalSpecial at251750IS YOUR BATHING SUIT READY HERE ARE CLEARANCE PRICES IN WOMENS AND MISSES BATHING SUITS IN THE FASHIONABLE BEACH MODELS THAT SHOULD INTEREST YOU Misses Bathing Suits blue mohair white braid trimmed sailor collar and tie Special 325 Misses Bathing Suits blue mohair trimmed- in white braidPrice 295 CONNECTION ar OEtflQSI roNIC An Old merchant 6 Accord N y July C 1007 T am an old merchant and have been In bull ness for 30 years About lU sears ngoIwasanlic led with nervous prostration I consulted doe tore specialists but fonnd no relief until I was advised by e friend to try Pastor Koenigs Nerve Tonic by tho use of which I have been cared I fool sure the Nerve Tonic will help many who are guttering from nervous troubles I W C HAINES Could Not Remember My Own Name Lowell Mass Sept 3rd 1907 1was afflicted for 0 months with nervous prostration to such an extent that I did not remember my own namo and did not even recognize my own children I cannot explain mv case folly as It was so complicated that J eo not like to think of it After I had taken the first bottle of Pastor Koeniss Nervo Tonic began to feel stronger and after I had taken bottles am entirely cured MBS A liovLE II A Valuable Book on Nor FFREE Samplebottletients also get the medlcln free Prepared by the Rev FATHER KOENIO of Fort Wayne Ind since 1870 and now by the KOENIG MED CO Chicago III 100 Lake Street Sold by Druggists at El per Bottle 6 for Large size 1761 fl Bottles for S3 5I friends nt 341 North Twentysixth street nfter July 15 n J Coleman County Treasurer of the A OH went to Muncie Intl to spend lust Sunday anti while there met Tames Dougherty formerly of Louisville and his estimable wife Both nskctf to be remembered to old frlendslh Louisville Invitations have been received here to the wedding of Joseph Daw son and Miss Minnie E Potter winch will be solemnized at Dallas Texas next Thursday Mr Lawson is n former New Haven boy but has made good in tho insurance business at Dallas Miss Margaret E lilacs official stenographer of the Circuit Court Jeffersonville and Miss Katherine F Hines a teacher in the Jefferson ville public schools left for Denver Thursday to spend the summer with Mrs Margaret Hart formerly of Jeffersonville PURE PRODUCT Is That ofthe Paul Relsing Brewing Company In New Albany Did you ever see a nervous beer drinker Nervousness comes from two causes one is halffed nerves The remedy for these is beer The malt in beer is food for this class of nervous people while the hops act as a tonic The slight percentage of alcohol is an aid to digestion and that means more food for the systemAnother nervousness is waste that clogs nerve centers That waste is caused by drinking too little to flush the system The habit of imbibing beer gives the body the needed fluid that is necessary to impuritiesThoof New Albany makes an article of beer that Isns fine ns is sold anywhere and every Ingredient is selected by the best brewmaster to be hadfproduct of this brewery is as popular In Louisville as it is across the river not only on account of its purityishave found it without a peer and especially is this true of the two famous brands the Kaiser and the Culmbacher The principal officers of the company are II L RudolphlIaug BOSTON CAFE COMPANY The Boston is one of the leading cafes in the business district and where the hungry and thirsty man can get something to eat and drink morning to midnight It is located at 337 West Market street and is in the very heart of the citys com mercial center The proprietors pro vide the best lunches that ever tempted appetite and have on hand at all times a superior selection of wines liquors and cigars The Boston is a great resort for b9wlera and Is considered headquarters for these knights of the pin JC Boardman who directs the business for the Boston Cafe Com parry is always on hand to see that patrons are accommodated He is J one of th cmoat popular men In the J city and State 1 nrJ i I 9I IMENSj 20 2250 and 25 OUTINGSUITS SUITSTHIS THISWEEK WEEKFOR 15I LEVYSThird atii THE BRIGHT SPOT IN LOUISVILLE Jos Dougherty Everett tunning i Dougherty Banning BEST QUALITY PiUs burg and JellieD Coal Now is the time to lay in your winter supply of coal Try Dougherty Lanning for the best quality of Pittsburg and Jellico CoalHome Phone 1783 Sr W Gor Seventh and Magnolia BEDDING PLANTS Geraniums Roses HeleotroPafEtc Cemetery Work a specialty REASONABLE PRICES JACOB SCHULZ THE FLORIST 550 S FOURTH AVE Both Phones 223 PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jellersanvllle lid Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty nOME PHONE 1077 FOURTII IN INDIANA An old fashioned barbecue and Fourth of July celebration will be held at St Marys of the Knobs on Monday One of the residents of that neighborhood will read the Declaration of Independence and the lion Michael Thornton of bany will deliver an address etAlTI I 1 Womens Bathing Suits in black blue or wine color large variety of styles plain or fancy trimmed Special 495 Womens Black Mohair Bathing Suits braid trimmedSpecial 395 TWO SEPARATE SKIRT SPECIALS White Linen Skirts made gored style button front trimmed with black buttons Clearance Price 298 The new Plaited Linen Skirt plain over the hips comes 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Jefferson Sts High Grade Clothing Nothing Else No clothing buyer mindful of his own interest can afford not to patronize this store We prove to the satisfaction of all that the real reason for this institutions success is supplying the public with the best clothing in the world at prices which bespeak genuine economy 1l Every Customer Attention Has Our i Personal WZSQMGQG nome Phone 1158 Cumb Phone West IS8a SOUTHERN PLANING MILL EMIL ANDERSON Proprietor e Frames Sash Doors Blinds MouldingstEtc All kinds of Mill Work Soft and Hardwood Finish 15th and Arbegust Ave Louisville Ky B oa 0 0 0 y TELEPHONE 1056 fyY V DECKELS GROCERY 9y f ffShelby and Jefferson t- C 0 c ot x M MX K K + x f1 i WEST END SALOON 1 ji i AND BOWLING ALLEYStf V 1 i BARNEY J FLYNN Proprietor j y y Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars x t HOME PHONE 2081 5 4 IN E COR 25th AND MARKET STREETS r + oto ox + + J ML J WALSH CONTRACTING PAINTER lJ CUMI PH4 NE t a w 4 u a- UI CJ S7 n ii n Photographic Supplies Cameras Kodaks Films Plates and Every Requisite Developing and Printing for the Amateur Souvenir Post CardsPicture Framing W rWgq 321 W Jefferson St Opp Interurban Station All new Spring and Summer styles and Shapes can be found here at reason able pric- esCIlith fl Rogers 1 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 Os EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 West Jefferson Street LLOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS 428 FOURTH AVENUE AveNue THEATRE BUILDING Dont let the hot weather keep you away We have electric fans going all day and can fix YOUr decayed teeth for small pay Louisville Dental Parlors DOME IHONK BOOO THOS J WELSH D D S Mgr CARPETth Removes the dirt as if by magic without taking up the carpets and restores the original bright colors Also cleans rugs druggets portieres clothes etc 8oz bottle SOc and sample bottle of Magic Renew Gloss for your furniture SWRIflR BlUR X u WJfllTYfifl 418 S Third St Louisville Ky HEIRT AAIJi JJ1 POLSP DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 363a 528 Fifth Street HENRY flUNOLD DBAISR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Kme Phe4W8 540 W WALNUT FORMER RESIDENT DEAD Word was received here Wednes day of the death of Dennis ONeil for thirtyfive years stable boss of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company in Louisville Two years ago he removed to Birmingham morningHechildren Mrs Itoscoo Brown and John ONell of Birmingham and Mrs Jesse Looney of Little Rock While in Louisville Mr ONell was a devout member of St Louis Her trands congregation BRANCHING OUT The Dominican nuns will oPen an academy for girls at Raleigh N C1 next September 0- ct I iiI d RIOTING Vas Imminent in British house ot Commons Over Dulgct Bitter War Over LloydGeorge Finance Bill Is Waged Ireland Will Bo the Gainer Says Noted Irish Member of House PRIEST PRAISES PARTY WORK The LloydGeorge budget or Brit bitterlyfoughtand the Dundalk Democrat tells us that the Irish party in Parliament is determined to offer vigorous op position to every provision of the bill unfairly and injuriously affect Ing Ireland The members of the party met in caucus at the call of Mr Redmond and discussed the bud get fully Every member thoroughly understands the bill and will offer amendmentsAmong amendments to be submitted by the Irish party will be one providing that the yield of land taxes in each local area in Ireland will be given for tho purposes of local government in such area This will be a useful amendment if ac cepted as it will destroy the effect of provisionsWriting Tribune T P OConnor M P says The scene in Parliament Monday night almost ended in a riot such as marked Gladstones home rule bill in 1883 The fight in the House of Commons is growing more bitter tryingtoLloydGeorgeTories by sittings prolonged to the small hours of the morning When LloydGeorgeforces amid wild howls openIng a portion of the budget by the House of Lords seems possible and even the Spectator strongly recommends that the Lords take this course The Liberals declare at the same time that they will resist such action to the end and if the Lords tamper with the budget the Commons will send it back n second and perhaps a third time and the King will be asked to create or threaten to cre ate as many new Veers as are neces sary to pass the bill over the Tory majorityThe Tories on the other hand will try to force a dissolution and the fight thus would be brought to the constituencies with the whole future of England in the balance giganticIssuefor this national battle The mem bers of the Ministryafe closing up nil differences personal and political and Asquith Edward Grey and Ualdunc all old followers of Rose berry come out flatfooted in sup LloydGeorgeIn partylooksthrowing its eighty votes on one side now on another thus raising the liberal majority to 200 or reduc ing it to 100 It gives general sup port to all parts of the budget not unfairlyThis excel lent results but bigger results will surprisedIfFinished Ireland will have money sufficient to settle some of the most cryIng internal reforms such as the drainage of two big rivers the Bar row and Bann which yearly de vastate a large tract of country destroying crops property and health Possibly also money will come for the settlement of the crying evil of the houses in the unhealthy Irish towns and villages one of the prin cipal causes of Irelands terrible an mortalityThese gratifyingdishonesty of the Healyites1 and other factionists campaign At the beginning of the budget fight this campaign would have prevented nil concessions from LloydGeorge de feated Blrrells bill and wrecked the Irish party but now the factionists are reduced to silence The Irish Independence William Murphy and Tim Healys organ has ceased its attacks on the Irish party and finally Monsignor Browne the able Scotch priest holdIng a high p- sitlon speaking to n great gathering MaynoothCollegepoliticians by declaring that the IrIsh party and it alone have saved the Catholic schools In England from destruction This is an undeniable Fact certainly but one not always steadilyignoredagencies ARCADIA PASniY RESORT If you want to spend a pleasant afternoon or evening visit Arcadia a family summer garden on the Taylor boulevard If you are without automobile or carriage you can reach Arcadia on the Fourth streetcars via Seventh street Tell the con ductor to let you ofiat Johnsons station and Arcadia is just across the road One can get a good country dinner or any of the seasons Icllcacieq at reasonable prices It is daily becoming more popular as a family resort The best of wines liquors and cigars are always on managerhascaterer and guarantees satisfaction- to an patrons ARTISTIC CONTRACTOR Everybody is noticing the rejuvenated exterior of the Court cgmpllmgntingtheman why did the work William P Dannan the plasterer and stucco 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m ROUND TRIP ONLY 50c PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimprovodwith new equipments throughout Parties or Societies should consult the management of Phoenix Hill before closing contracts CB0 THOMPSON FLORISTRosebuds a Specialty Floral Designs 632 FOURTH AVENUE Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guarant- eedMONON J j ROUTEj BETWEEN = i LOUISVILLE AND CHICAGO j BEST LINE TO French Lick and West Baden Springs UNION STATION LOUISVILLE DEARBORN STATION CHICAGO Dining and Parlor Cars Palacr Drawing Room Sleipars E H BACON D P A N W Cor Fourth and Market Sts Louisville Kv see admire his work His office is at 500 West Jefferson street CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Branch 4 Catholic Knights of America will meet next Tuesday of Monday Central Committee will meet at St Marys Hall on Friday night KUCHARISTIO CONGRESS The Euchartstic Congress wiltas semble at Cologne Germany Aug 28 Pope Pius X scomniis lust Cardinal Vincent V nnutelli act as Papa Legate to the con gress o 0 GmuuuuuvuuuuiI NATIONALI1 l FOUNDRYf X MACHINE G0ij theCC Sole Manufacturers of REILLY STEAM PUMP 3 Ei Ia Machinery Built and Repaired a j rj 3EE C3 E E EGWWE E mmmmmmmwnrnniinninnniiiininiiinniii E ESTABLISHED 1874 I flM I IIWHISKEY I I Ask any Colonel I fill uWUIUWWWUWWUWUUUU immuimm uuuuWllWUUUUWIUlluuull Arcadia Family Garden Half hour ride from Gait House on Fourth street cars via Seventh streetMEALS LUNCHES WINES and- LIQUORS TOM JOHNSON Mgr Johnsons Station Ij IjTaylor1 Boulevard E 1 Frank A Menne Factory National Candy Company Manufacturers of EAGLE BRAND CONFECTIONS WENZEL AND MAIN STS LOUISVILLE KY GQW8 aaow JOHN J BARRY SALOON 74V FINE WINES AND LIQUORS CIGARS AND TOBACCOS HOME PHONE 3099 130E 1VItirl3cet wxyay TRUCKS OLD DUTCH The Place Where You Get the BEST GLASS OF BEER in the City The a Largest and Grandest Counter Lunch in the State i N WCor Second aM Green Streets II rn t- rrYt t x a Ex TnOI V I1 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of Then Attained Honors of a High Order Ero Death WHERE PATRIOTISM IS TAUGHT Notre Dame University in Indiana has its own post of the Grand Army of the Republic and In its cemetery quite a number of those who wore the blue in those troublous times of 18G1G5 are now sleeping The survivors In the post decorate these graves every year on May 30 but only a few of those who first put their names to the charter roll are now alive Hosts of the priests have passed away and only a few of the brothers remain- It is fitting at this season of the year when Americans young and old are celebrating the anniversary of that first July 4 to travel on the wings of fancy to that little cemetery of the Fathers of the Holy Cross It lies on the banks of the lake at Notre Dame Among those burled there 1s Father William Corby who gave absolution to the Federal troops on the battlefield of Gettysburg The Gov ernment will erecta monument to hisI memory at that historic spot but a simple iron cross bearing his nameI and address marks his grave in the cemetery at Notre Dame This ab sence of distinction is characteristic of all the graves in the cemetery Not even the last resting place of the Very Rev Edward Sorln the founder of the university is marked in any different way Near Father Corbys grave lies that of Father Gillen affectionately known to thousands of soldiers as Father Paul It is told of him that once when he was driving a wagon he was ordered to halt and go to the rear Gen Grant heard of the matter and gave strict orders that Father Paul was not to be molested Because said the General he has done snore to keep heart In my men than all the officers In the army Close at hand to these graves are those of Fathers Cooney Dillion and Carrier all Chaplains through the struggle between North and South and charter members of the Grand Army post There are betides the graves of other priests and brothers who wore the blue but who died before te post was founded There too is the grave of Brother Sebastian n member of Sheridans cavalry Of him It is related that whenever Gen particularlydangerouS Dare Devil Tom Martin When the war was over this fierce fighter who bore the severe marks of live bullet wounds became a meek and humble soldier of Christ under the banner of Holy Cross and went to his grave one early morning in winter with only the simple chant of the priests and silent prayers of his brethren as his soldiers requiem And Brother Polycarp is buried there the bluff old sailor who fought with Farragut and whose career from the time he left his home in Ireland as a boy to follow the sea until ho donned the black habit of Holy Cross reads like a romance From time to time the students at Notre Dame are made familiar with the stories of these great yet simple men in order that they may learn thatpatriotism and religion go toward the making of noble and saintly men POPULAR OLD TIMER Michael Sheehan the veteran gro cer and steamship agent is now as he was forty years ago an intense Irish Nationalist and Hibernian He came to America whenqulfe a young man enabled energy and thrift Was soon to establish him self lit the grocery business Year by year he added to his patronage until he now njbys one of the largest trades in the West End He was not long in America before lie began to help others to emigrate from Ireland Later he established a steamship agency in connection with his business and without doubt has aided more Irish immigrants to Some to EouUvllle than any flan now living lathe cityl Mr Sheehans Portlandrrenuefortable ref 1 eo1 South Second treetv He will be among those who USr- q SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IID- IVISION 1 Meets at Falls City Hall on First Third Tuesday nndI Presldentr Thomtis Keenan Sr I Vice President Mark Ilyan Secretary Thos Lawler FinancialSecretary Thos Dolan Treasurer Charles J Finegan SergenntatArms Andrew Curran SentinelLouis holler- DIVISION 2 I Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Mouth President Con J Ford Vice President D D McKenna Recording Secretary T Jt Stone Financial Secretary JnoT Keaney Treasurer Joseph T Lynch SergenntatArmsJohn T Brown Sentinel William Nash- DIVISION 3 Meets First and Third Thursday Evenings Each Month Seventeenth and Main Streets President Patrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentMartin Sheehan Recording Secretary Thos Stevens Financial Secretary J O liession TreasurerDaniel J Dougherty SentinelThomas Noon SergeantatArms Patrick Begley DIVISION 4 Meets Second and Fourth Mondays Bertrand Hall Sixth Street President John II Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Financial Secretary Wm P Me Donogh 1212 Sixth street Recording Secretary Jno J Wlnn TreasurerHarry Brady Sentinel Michael McDermott SergeantatAnns John Doolan DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tues days at Pfaus Hall County President John Kennedy President Louis Constantine Vice President Robert Gleason Recording SecretaryThos OHern Financial SecretaryJohn 0 Cole Treasurer Bernard A Coll Standing Committee Redmond Stanton Martin Fogarty and John Kennedy Y JVt I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentLouis J Kieffer First Vice President Thos D CUnes Second Vice President Samuel L Robertson Recording SecretaryThomas F BachmanCorresponding Secretary William F Burke Financial SecretaryFrank G AdamsTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal Adolphus Andrlott Inside Sentinel J C F Bartsch Outside SentinellWnllam D An drlott will celebrate with the HiberniansI on MondayWON PILE GENERAL Archbishop OConncll Is Visitor to Italian Army A special cable message from Rome says Ggn Roberto Briisati commander of the military division in Rome and a brother of Gen Ugo Brusati first and favorite aid of Klng Victor Emanuel has just re turned from the maneuvers at Brae ciano and recounts to friends an Incident which Is interesting to AmericansAbout weeks ago he was at the camp when he was informed that an automobile had arrived with an Archbishop He ordered that all possible courtesies be extended to the prelate and lit the same time went to greet him The General asked the Archbishop to lunch which the latter eventually accepted Up to this moment Gen Brusati thought he was dealing with an Italian Archbishop po perfect was the Italian which the prelate spoke HJty surprise was therefore great when conning to reciprocal presenta tions he discovered his guest to be Archbishop William VOConnell of Boston who was motoring from VeniceThe American prelate took the of ficers by storm and Gen Brusati de clares it was wonderful the way he entered Into tho spirit of the occa sion When Archbishop OConnell left both the soldiers and people gave him a rousing sendoff STAR SPANGLED BANNER The author of The Star Spangled Banner was Francis Scott Key who lives In American history as one of its notable figures The inspiration for the patriotic song came from the bombardment of Fort McHenry near Baltimore by the British fleet Key hud been taken prisoner and witnessed the bombardment from one of tho British menofwar on which he was detained As the battle progressed the American patriot could catch fleeting glimpses of the Stars and Stripes waving defiance at the British guns from the tall staff on the parapet of the fort This sug gested the song to Key and almost before the guns had been silenced he had written some of the inspiring lines which later were completed PILGRIM CHURCH Te new Church of Our Lady of Consolation in progress of erection at Carey Ohio The cornerstone was bltaaett last Sunday wIth eOleinn yarn monies The Right Rev J M Koudelka Auxiliary Bishop of Cleve land officiated and sung the Pontifical mass The new church will cost 126000 The old church has been a shrine for pious pilgrims during the past thirty years and many miraculous cures are said to have taken pace there CLEANS TAN SHOES Twp pieces df flannel arid a small bottle of turpentine is all that is re quired turpentine and rub well withotlier flannel This re nitalnmlddnKtihO ryrpe1t sad utlfact J a N TILL CIRCULARSI HEADS LOUISVILLE ANZEIQER CO CHECKS INCORPORATED DRAFTS CARDS j l t ETC lM zlt U JWe are prepared to handle your I I PRINTINGPRINTINGt v English or Germans I 1FPHAJLETS BLANKS NOTES ETCs321 W Green StreetBotlt Phones BLur LAWS Of Early New England Their Origin and Their Peculiar Severity The Puritans j After Escaping Perse cution In Turns Hccuiiie Persecutors They Burned AVomcn as Witches am Made Slaves of Pcquot Indians PECULIAR LAWS ON SABBAT1 Kentuckians frequently hear of the old New England blue laws and yet there are comparatively few familiar with their origin and whence came the name blue laws These laws are now considered ridiculous by the descendants of the old Puritans who defended thorn The Puritans left England on ac count of religious persecution and migrated to America landing at Plymouth Hock in 1020 From there they spread over the Sew England States then U vast territory peopled only by the Indians These illgrim Fathers as they are called sought I relief from persecution only to turnI persecutors themselves These grim pilgrims went straight to the old Mosaic law for their code In fact each section of the capital laws has its Bible text appended n gruesome combination of sermon and death warrantThe blue laws were those of the New Haven colony In Con necticut At first they were unwritten or imprinted Finally they were systematized and printed by Gov Eaton of Connecticut In 1050 They were enveloped In blue paper whence the name The Plymouth and Massachusetts colonies also had their blue laws calculated to send a chill through every human vein Even New York Maryland Virginia and South Carolina In fact all of the English colonial settlements in seventeenth century America had laws orders and resolutions of more or tingeWitchcraft of fenses taken up by the blue laws of Connecticut It was enacted that If a man or woman bo a witch or hath consulted with a familiar spirit they shall be put to death If any man steal a man or mankind or selleth him or he be found in leis hand he shall be put to death The Puritans did burn women ac cused of being witches and they made slaves of the Iequot Indians as the regulation punishment for breaking these same blue laws Here are a few snore samples cop ied from the code which is still extant ih the State House in Con necticutNo shall run On the Sabbath tiny or walk in his garden or else where except reverently to and meetingNo travel cook victuals make beds sweep house cut hair or dayNo child on the layThe at sun set SaturdayIfshall kiss his wife or wife kiss her husband on the Lords punished of Magistrates Here is one that would affect smokers Jf it were still iri vogue It is enacted that any person or person that shall be caught smoking to baccoon the Lords day going to or coming from meeting within two miles of the meeting house shall pay twelve pence for every such default to the colonys use Some of tine old blue laws are still on the statute books in the New England States but nearly all have fallen into disuse STAUNCH NATIONALIST Hon Thomas Lundon the new member of Parliament for East Limerick is a Nationalist of long standing although he is but twenty six years old He has been cons nected with the Irish National move Bent since he was sixteen years old He is also prominently identified with the Gaelic Athletic Association and is Captain otIle Kilteely Hurling Club Mr Lundon is the second son of the late William Lundon H 11111 the landed inter ests of East Limerick were arrayed Against him but he defeated Ills opponent by one thousand NEWPORT WEDDING Tames Donley and Miss Blanche land well known young people of fewportV were united in matrimony at the Church of the Immaculate onceptlon there on TKurwlay o- I I i t j f Southern National Lite insurance Go LINCOLN BUILDING LOUISVILLE KY If you become wholly disabled the premiums on this policy arc paid by the company This Is the ONLY COMPANY which pays your 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JDJrM1COUCMMAMJDHUctJ t OFFIOX= 042 FIFTH STBEHTy r c R l LESSON IN POLITENESS tAfforts to correct the manners of its office boy One morning notIJ IJlongInto the office and tossing his cap it a hook exclaimed Say Irrilank theres a football match down goingNovhearted mUll and was willing thoII boy should go but thought he Would teach him a little lesson in good manners Tlmmie ho said that Isnt the way to ask a favor NowI you come over here and sit IlownII and Ill show you how to do It IheC boy took the office chair and the employer picked up his cap and stepped outside lie titer opened 1 capInsmall boy in the big chair realitII sir there is a football match at the park today if you can spare me I should like to get away for the I responded t and heres fifty cents to pay your way In I GENUINENESS There is nothing which will add so touch to ones power as the con sciousness of being absolutely sinjj cere genuine If your Ufeiis a perpetual lie if you are conscious that you are really a different pelI regardsyouyoun restraint a perpetual fighting against the truth going on within you a struggle which saps your energy and warps your conduct If there Is a mote at the bottom of your eye you tan not look the world squarely In the face Your vision is thntyouarecloudiness a haze about your char actor Which raises the interrogation point where you go Character alone Is strength deceit is weakness sham and shoddy are powerless and wortwhileCYPRESS JASTS LONGER pinhavey e yedrap while those constructed 6f hattwdatyfive r tA IJ- rr I I RELIGION And Typesetting Seem to Walk Hand in land In This Country The Inventor of Movable Type Was Monk and Printers Churchmen Printers Masses In the Largo Cities Are JJelng Very Well Attended OTHER UPLIFTS OF THE I T U Union printers are not only the most intelligent craftsmen engaged in the mechanical arts but they are likewise more religious than men of other crafts There are Infidels and agnostics among them of course but on the whole the average printer has a deep seated religious belief and he lives up to it Some of them are Baptists others are Methodists Episcopalians Lutherans a great many Catholics and some Jews Joseph La Fleur Secretary of the Milwaukee Typographical Union has written an article for the press and from it one gains interesting Informa tion concerning the religious feeling of the union printers Mr La Fleur tells us that in the days of John Guttenberg in the fifteenth century all or nearly all printed publications were of a religious character Gut tenberg the inventor of movable types was a monk and nearly all the onlyCnthollcliWork in composing rooms was therefore considered somewhat sacred and it was the custom of the time to begin and end the days work with prayer In consequence of this fact the com posing room was called the chapel and those employed therein were members of the chapel the Chairman of the room was the father of the chapel Up to the present time these terms are still In use in every union composing room In the world but the religious aspects have boen elim- Inated Mr La Fleur also tells us that the printers mass now in vogue In ninny large cities of the United States Is not an ancient custom or tradition but Is one of the many results of the uplift work of the International Typographical Union He shows that the pioneer printers mass Is the ono celebrated Iri New York City at St Andrews church where one can see a real congregation of printers and neswpaper men The mass is celebrated on Sundays and holy days of obligation at 230 oclock in the morning There is very much good feeling between Father Evers who celebrates the mass and his union printers as he is pleased to call them In Milwaukee a printers mass is celebrated at 4 oclock every Sunday morning and a choir composed entirely I of union typos furnishes the music In Boston another printers mass Is celebrated at 3 oclock every Sunday morning and one of the best choirs in the city composed entirely of printers reporters and editors sing the music of the mass The Rev Father N F Fisher who celebrates i the printers mass at St John the Evangelists church Philadelphia at 245 oclock every Sunday morning says there is no such Intelligent and devout congregation to be found any whereITho Paullst Fathers celebrate thejj printers mass In their church In Chicago at 3 oclock every Sunday Now Father Rogers of St Patricks church San Francisco has Inaugurated a printers mass Mr La Fleur brings his article to a happy con clusion thus I have stated that this religious Inclination apparent among printers ot today Is due to the upIlifting influence of the International Typographical Union The printer of today is not the printer of twenty years ago Since the International Union shortened the workday to hours a remarkable improve due to this alone is apparent More time can now be devoted to- eading and religious and social af fairs Soother phase of the shorter workday which I might here mention Is shown in the statistics of the Chi cago Typographical Union with a membership of 3500 Since the ad vent of the eighthour day the birthrate has Increased 229 per cent This is considered important by sociol ogistsAmong other uplifting influences of the International Typographical Union are the Union Printers Home at Colorado Springs in connertlon with which Is one of the greatest tuberculosis sanatoriums in the world the old age pension funeral benefit for all deceased members technical training school located in Chicago and lost but notleast and to afford the hundreds of thousands of sympathizers an opportunity to aid In the uplift we have the printers union label LENIENT TO WOMAN A woman has n right to be high tempered and her husband ought to bo man enough to yield her that privilege remarked Judge Shelton of the Circuit Court Macon Ga to a young man who had filed a plea for divorce against his wife on the ground that she was of an Irascible disposition The wife did all the work of the house and their tour small children Judge Shelton con tinned Most good women have some spirit and they cant help show ing it once Ina while A wife has Just as much right to possess a ttem per as her husband has And thq husbands duty is to indulge her when she wants to express herself Now I am not going to entertain for a moment the Idea of divorce between you You must go back home and make It up THE HIDDEN PART Oh mamma exclaimed four yearold FlQBile as she observed the moon In its second quarter nom and Jook at the moon Halt of Illsll- t pushed trite the iky and the otherI haUl1s1 Kicking outI V Qn n THE MAN THAT SELLS NOTHING BUT STRAIGHT WHISKY OLD BLUE HOUSE 131 S Fourth Street HENRY BOSQUET Prop TilE MAN WHO LOVES A BABY The man who loves a baby He is the man for me Ills heart is Warm with sunshine His face is good to see When weight of woe oppresses And everything goes wrong The man who loves a baby Still sings a hopeful song i When wear with struggle He plods along his way Though sorrow is about him His heart is always gay He falters not nor weakens nut finds new courage when Ho thinks about the baby And goes to work again The man who loves a baby rinds strength with which to cope With all of lifes misfortunes He never gives up hope He bears a cheerful message He knows no word like fall The man who loves a baby Is the man you cant assail NINE SEW PRIESTS Added to Teaching Staff of Holy Cross Fathers The lllght Ilev Herman J Alerd WayneImlDame University near South head last Saturday The young priests are Revs George McNamara Covington Ky Thomas Irving Watertown Will Cornelius Hagerty South lend tad Eugene Burke Chicago 111 John Ie Lanifey Paris France Jo seph Burke Watertown Wis Albert Him Paris France Ernest Davln South Bend Ind and John iiyjin of Chicago All but the two jdung men from France celebrated their first masses irt the parish church s of their hometowns on SuntlnyFathers De Launay and Binn celebrated their masses in the University church Five of the nine young Leviten will be added to the teaching stntfof Xotre Dame Colleget J ETIQUETTE PtfTHE FLAGJ The army 1ekulatlotisii the United States jyovide that the flag at every post shll1 be raised at reveille each inornlng and lowered each eveningat sunset While the soldiers stand at salute and the band plays The Star Spangled Manner Time flag is never left out overnight fpr any reason except per haps one Whop n fort or military post is nijtuailyyunder fire from the enemy the flilgf may wave defiantly until hostilities are over This was poetically exemplified in Keys Im mortal soiigr vhere one line has it Through thai nightf out flag was still tJierei iAt all army posts moreover there is U special storm flag half as large ns the regular post flag vljlch Is flown in stormy and windy weather Another regulation is that on all occasions when the flag is displayed at halfmast it shall be lowered to that position from the top of the staff It Is hoisted to the top of the staff be fore it is finally lowered IRISH WERE FIRST Mrs Mary Mulhnll an Irish American lady now sojourning In Home declares that the Irish pre ceded Christopher Columbus and Vespucci in the discovery of Amer lea This she ets forth In her book Explorers In the New World Before rnd After Columbus Her greatest proof of what she asserts Is a map which she found in the Vatican library which shows what the Norwegians saw and foynd in the tenth century shoat where Florida now stands This Norwegian map ills tinctly says Ireand It Mikln or White Mans Land This map may be seen in the Anti uitatis Amerf canae by Ilnfn in itself n very old book Mrs Mulhall says these peo ple were using iron Implements and had u Christian religion She also asserts that Columbus lad n map and asks Where did he get it THANKFUL TRAMP A soldierly old gentleman had Just given a quarter to an Irish tramp who appeared to very grateful Thanks yer honor may hlvln bless yer and may every hair in yer head be a candle to lfghtye to glory Well rat replied the old gentle man removing his hat and showing a bald pate when that day comes there wont be much of a torchlight procession FRENCH DRESSING An ordinary French dreselpg Is easily and quickly made Mix three fourths of a teaspoonful of salt one fourth ot a teaspoonful1 of pepper two tablespoonfuls of vinegar and four tableepoonfuls of olive ohStir until well bladed n 4- y U PRESIDENTS j Of the United States arid Their Average Life oil Quitting Office John Adams Lived a Quarter of Century After Ills lie tircincnt Three Able Chief Executives Who Succumbed to Assas sins Mullets STILL CHANGE FOR ROOSEVELT President Roosevelt laid aside executive cares at a comparatively early age and no doubt contemplates living many years more than his predecessors as Presidents of the United States It may be Interesting to old as well as young readers to take a retrospective glance at the careers of former Presidents after their terms expired The average life of the nations Chief Executives after retiring from the Presidency is only twelve years and ten months The Illustrious George Washington lived only two years and nine months after his retirement while his successor John Adams lived twentyfive years and three months James Madison lived nineteen years and three months after his retire ment and James Monroe six years and four months John Quincy Adams lived nineteen years after serving as President and represented his district in the House of Representatives Andrew Jackson was alive for eight years and three months after his term or about half the period that Thomas Jefferson the third President of the United States lived after filling two terms Martin Van Buren enjoyed a postPresi dential career of twentyone years and four months William Henry Harrison died ex actly one month after his Inaugura TylerlivedJdmes K Polk lived only three months after relinquishing the Presl delcy and Zachary Taylor whose grave is near Louisville died in office sixteen months after his Inaug uration Twentyone years was the time allotted to Mlllard Fillmore at the expiration of his service and James Buchanan had six years and eleven months There were three martyr Presi dentsAbraham Lincoln James A Garfield and William McKinley Lincoln had served nearly six months of his second term when he was assas sinated Garfield died from an assassins bullet four months after his In auguration and William McKinley was serving his second term when he was shot down Andrew Johnson who succeeded Lincoln lived six years and four months after quitting the White House and served a portion of a term UlyssesSand lived eight years and four months Eleven years and eleven months was permitted Rutherford B Hayes Chester A Arthur who suc unexpiredtermGrover Cleveland the first Democratic President In many years lived ten years and seven months after com pleting his second term Benjamin Harrison enjoyed life eight years after retiring It may be that exPresident Roose velt when he returns from Africa may follow in the footsteps of two of his predecessors John Quincy Adams and Andrew Johnson by seeking of flee In Congress At any rate there Is every hope for him to live for many strenuous years MOTHER LOVE DEFINED What is a maternal instinct Is it a tangible something or Is it love the desire to protect This wonder ful mother love what would It not babyConversationtabooed in the house where a new monarch reigns The four walls of the home are suddenly glorified with the presence of the little newcomer the ambition of both father and mother reaches its zenith Pleasurable pastimes we were wont to In dulge in are forgotten pursuits that filled our life music art literature things that were part of us asso- cIated with our very namewhere have they gone All laid aside as of perhapsagainteelmight as well never have been so completely do we give ourselves to this new life This is maternal In stinct CLEAN MATTING Do not forget that matting must never be washed with soapy water A strong solution of salt water cleans matting and makes it look like new In laying matting place one of two thicknesses of old news paper underneath it for matting al wayslets dust and dirt through it like n sieve and when it has to be I taken up the pieces of dust covered paper can be carefully lifted and burned Widths of matting sewed together with a loose stitch using carpet thread make the floor cover ink look neater and wear better than I when staples are used to fasten it down IRONING HINT When ironing take an old tin pie plate turn it upside down on gab burner and you will be surprised tp see how little gas Is required and bow clean and smooth your Irons are The pan keeps the flame Inside of it and the Irons arE clean as they do not touch the flame COAL IN ARUNnANCE It is estimated that 80000000 ownedbyl I derlaid with coal u J j RANK ftIIRBREWINGp CO I Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY OUR SPECIAL BREWIs Excellent and Pure Approved by every one who has tried it elephone 452 SENN ACKEQMANB- REVING COMPANYINOORPORATED LOUISVILLE KY Cumb Phone West 191 1913TnC WIEDEMANNI ZNcoBP- oaAIEDBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky West Louisville BrewingCoyINCOUrOHATJCD ThirtyFourth and Market Streets Brewers of cc DOUBLE BREWCREAM Bottled Expressly for Family Use Home Phones 33088000 s a JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPORATED BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY FALLS CITY BREWING CO a INCORPORATED S Broadway and ThirtyFirst Street Are Brewing and Bottling Bear Especially for Family Use Order a Case for Your Homeyy feTELEPHONESSALVATOR Dark LIFE SAVER Light ENGLISH AS SPOKEN I There are many names of places In England that puzzle the stranger llappisburgh In Norfolk for in stance Is pronounced Ilaeboro Abergavenny simply drops a syllable nUll becomes Abervenny and it is alleged that St Nests sounds more like Snoots than anything else Cirencester seems to vary from Sister to SIzeter In Suffolk Wnld ringfleld Is Wunnerful and Chel mondlston Chimston while in the adjoining countyof Norfolk lAm BtantonIs Hunston nndin the West country iJadgeworthy Is lladgery and Corn wood Ker nood Huntingdonshire claims the purest English but theycall Pnp worth Parpor And not far away Is another village of beauty The motorist turned upon a rough road and asked the Intelligent laborer where it would take him That road said the honest countryman wiping his brow will take you to Ell sir The courageous motorist went on and found Elsworth which Is pronounced Elser CANDLES AND CUSTOM The use of candles during the celebration of mass and at other times by the Catholic church Is as old as tho church itself The lighted pandles signify Christ the light of Limo world The present custom of the church requires that candles should be lighted on the altar from the beginning to the end of tho mass During mass lighted candles can not be dispensed with under any consideration The candles must of pure beeswax Two candles beI used at a low mass six at high mass and at least seven at the mass of a Bishop Twelve candles must be lighted at benediction BARD aO TELL Did you ever have appendicitis saId the Insurance man Well answered the skeptic I was operated on But I never felt sure whether iit was a case of ap pendicitis or a case of professional curiosity o l 4G n nti ftiOORFIX FOR FLOORS FLOOR Fbc WoKs1Yo J7 LOUISVILLE VARNISH COa LOUISVILLE fOR SALE fri w PeasleeCaulbert Co WINES LIQUORS GARS VALS SALOONeVAL JVESTER Paor Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 V QFtEiIlr1 T MP HERRMANN BROS =IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Peal era in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially Pearl of Nelsonr BOTTLED IN BOND TtllitiMl 4l 234 SIXTH STREET 6 c n o w 0 I gNTUOKY IRISH AMFfRI0A1 T i J Capital Paidup Surplus and Profits s K 500000 T 56144833 UNIONk 4- I NATIONAL HPBANKWe receive Letters of Credit also Travellers Checksavailable in all parts of the world Pay 3 per cent interest on certificates deposit I Depositorrof the United Funds of6th and Main Sts THE BIG STORE ALTERATION SALE FOURTH OF JULY BARGAINS- In Mens and Young Mens Boys and Childrens Furnishings and Hats f X14 West Market St THE BIG STORE Foarth Between lad FIftb MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO 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- FARRANDOEOIIjIAN PIANO Will supply this music if there is HO 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 aayone just exactly how to secure the proper expression Come In and permit us to show you more about the FarrandC- ecIHanMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated EUZlSeaO FOURTH AVENUE J HOTYes it is but theres a way to get cool Drink MULLOYS ICED TEAbut be sure its made of lMULLOYS TEAS 45excellentC MTJLjLO COFFEE ROASTER 8ome Pboni Ijaj Ola W AIARKBJT STREET a IBSSSXSWS N N N eNN N NNNONN 0 00NO N NON ONNONNNNNN- II MONUMENTS ii- In order to make room for the en I largement four workshop we offer i1 our extensive STOCK OF FIRST IL 4 CLASS MONUMENTS f ingly low prices Call and exceedII MULDOON MONUMENT CO 1 I318320 WEST GREEN STREET N N NN NNM + + N NN N1 + e N NN 10NN1 N AII fVf I PHARMACIST Ii r v 1 ij PRESCRIPTIONS CAREFULLY COMPOUNDEDr yAa tleORNER TWELFTH AND DELAWARE STREETS t or xXxH K x x eI fIT SEND FOR SAMPLE LOUISVILLE PAPER CO LOUISVILLE for ROUER NOHALTY 0DEALERIN jne Wines Liquors Cigars and Tobacco 2101 PORTLAND AVENUEIi- C u HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dolr I the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 2 will have its regular meeting Tuesday night Division 7 of Syracuse N Y in itiated a class of twentysix last weekWednesday night will be the regular meeting night for the Ladled AuxiliaryIt that the Hibernian gatherling Monday at Phoenix Hill will reach 10000 Division 1 meets Tuesday next when matters that interest all mem bers will be reported and acted upon Division 2 met last night with a fair attendance All present were enthusiastic for Mondays celebra tionThe County Board met Thursday night and made final arrangement- for the forthcoming picnic at Phoenix Hill Park Division 0 of Buffalo N Y enter tamed the Laules Auxiliary and the members of other divisions with a literary treat last week The St Paul divisions have organ izer a baseball league and each divis ion is ambitious for its own team twin 0 the penna t offered The division at Montgomery Minn awarded three prizes to pupil- of the parochial school there for proficiency in Irish history State officers of the Ladies Auxiliary from Indianapolis visited Madison Ind last Sunday and launched a movement for the forma tion of a promising division there The Ladies Auxiliary will meet Wednesday and all the members are urged to be present Plans for the fall months will be discussed anu a campaign for new members outlined At St Paul Minn last week the gold side of the Ladies Auxiliary f Division 2 entertained their successful green rivals with a banquet Three hundred sat down to thQ feastDivision meetingThursdayness related to Mondays celebration and an announcement was made that the entire West End would turn out to Phoenix JIm ONE IMMIGRANT Who Was Rewarded For Charity While Very Poor Apropos of the recent jubilee of the American College in Rome a new story of bread cast upon the waters is being told An article in the magazine Rome says One Sunday morning in 1802 an emigrant ship from Ireland landed in New York Her passengers were more dead than alive They had a dreadful voyage which lasted six weeks and during which they nar rowly escaped shipwreck three times But some of them were de termined at all costs to hear mass on their first Sunday on American soil In those days New York was not even a diocese but the immigrants were easily directed to an unpretending church where the holy sacrifice was offered up At priestfountling gold sovereign it was put in the plate said the sacristan by a poor man He looked as if he couldnt afford to give it Ills clothes are torn and ragged and it seemed to me that he stood in need of a good dinner Here take it back to him said the priest But Nicholas Devereux refused to take back his gift I meant it as a thank offering to Almighty God for pre yearslaterwas one of the foremost advocates for the founding of a Catholic Col lege in Rome for the education of American priests and he was able to promise his thousand dollars as one of the first founders He was greaticaastersFreemans Journal and though he did not live long enough to carry out his promise his two sons did it for him subscribing each 500 of the 50000 with which the college was founded ST LEOS OUTING Thursday July 29 is the day fixed by the Rev Father John J Fitzgerald for the annual outing of St Leos parish Highland Park As usual the outing will be on the publicIsing sold extensively over the city and each ticket holder is entitled to chances on many useful and orna metal articles FONTAINE FERRY PARK The cool and enchanting shades of Fontaine Ferry Park continue to residente concerts are an additionalattraction and the dining room over which Tony Landenwich presides is a delight to those who like to enjoy a meql in sylvan environments The management promises more attrac tions than ever for the coming week BROUGHT BRIDE HOME Merritt Drane and bride who was formerly Miss Clara Lindeman of Chicago arrived home Monday and have taken quarters at the Willard presentCountywith all who know him His bride is a charming young lady and will be quite an acquisition to Louisville society SISTER OF CHARITY DEAD Sister Mary Pancratia one of the nursing staff at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital died early Tuesday I morning and the remains wero I sent to Nazareth for burial The de ofCharltyforing the convent she was Miss Mary Noonan of St Louis- B01vLIN4 J LEAGUE Leaguewillon Tuesday evening July II rl I dent Frank P Dfteher has called this p- tS n- ti i 1 r MEN 1 18 20- and22 I 50 SUITSI 985 Sounds unreasonable but its true nevertheless and theyre all this seasons styles They are Broken Lots of 3 4 and 5 suits ofa 20sand 2250 lines Your Unlimited Choice 985 MSMoses Co Incorporateds MARKET ST Below FIFTH The Daylight Meus Wear Store Mens and Boys Complete Outfitters Arthur J Kinsella Ccn Supt I PIANOSFINEi THANQ Puts new life In your old furniture and fixtures It cleans polishes and veneers metals hard woods furniture etc restoring original newness with but little samplebottleCarpetCleanerCleanerWDIfiD oUruilUK ilLltli 6 MEPIDITVPfl 418 S Third St Louisville Ky jXKK8CK8C833C8 iKK8SCfiC6K8tKKK8C85a FOR I Furniture Of All Kinds at the Lowest Prices go to WM F MAYERg 419 W MARKET STH c PflfR M ANDRIOIX 8SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS and Rubber Tires ICarrllgeiRepalrlng WESTGREENSTREETII meeting for a special purpose and all officers Captains and delegates are expected to be present WEATHER BY WIRELESS The British Burear furnishes weather forecasts by wireless telegraph to vessels In the AtlanticI oceanI A NrnWnEABBS 1 I Argentine has 36000000 acres under I cultivation three times the area cultivated thirteen years ego d u IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges yearsdiedcurra County Itoscommon Two dwelling houses were de CountyRseommon countyboatmanmont and was drowned in the Grand canal Rev Patrick Twomey a native of Kerry has been ordained at the Church of St John Lateran in RomeMiss Ellen Coulson a retired school teacher was found dead in CountyFermanagh A herd of cattle and sheep owned by Mrs Devlin were driven off a CountyMonaghan Rev Father Charles Flynn of Killosyne County Lcitrim has been made a member of the Board of AgricultureThomas a farmer of the CountyWaterfortlstrand near his home CountyArmagha town bakery Over 1200 was sub scribed at the first call John ONeill who resigned as Councillor for the Tempfebraden di vision of Tlpperary has been ashe1 to reconsider his decision MaryborougltTreasurer United Irish League has been ap pointed a Magistrate for Queens countyIn Mcath the Koran Rural Council has formed a vigilance onv mittco to secure the subdivision of ranches and untenanted lands in the districtA vein of silver ore has been CountyLouththe land has declined a handsome offer for it The body of Mrs Bridget Brady was found in the canal near her home in Limerick She is presumed to have fallen into the water while going home from mass Miss Mary Cagney of Cork a sis ter of Dr Cagney and a cousin of I Man1lxPresltlentbeen received into the Presentation Order at Doneraile SUNDAY LAWS In Paris Give the Poor a Chance to Study Art Hon Timothy D Sullivan of New York who is i traveling abroad writesIn the authorities believe in giving the poor people all the free dom and liberty and chance of enjoyment they want on a Sunday In New York we Jock our art galleries on a holiday and the poor people who can not go to such places on a week day are thus deprived of the privilege they would enjoy were our laws at home framed differently and executed in a more broadminded sense Here in Paris the greatest art galleries of the world the grand salons on the Bois are thrown wide open on Sundays and to give the poorer classes an opportunity to en joy these treasures the fees of ad mission are reduced to onehalf on a Sunday And so it is with many another innocent enjoyment In other words everything is done here to make the poor man get as much enjoyment out of his money on a Sunday as is possible under existing conditions SAVING TILE STATE New Albany Catholics are justly proud of this years record of tho parochial schools fluting the school year just closed 340 children HolyTrinityof Indiana from paying for the tui tion of 620 children that would have to be provided for in the public schools if there were no parochial schools CARDINAL SATOLLI ILL Advices from Rome say that Car PapalDelegateill of lung trouble He was taken Collegejubilee j ing present at any of the functions Cardinal Satolli is a man of marked ability and a rare diplomat Ills speedy recovery is hoped for DAYS OUTING An old time picnic for a worthy cause will be given by the West SpringDante I on August 0 The committee in charge is made up of George Berry William Horn Louis Baker and Bernard Campbell Jr Ladies will as sist the committee in making the outing an enjoyable one EXCELLENT DANTE SCHOLARI I A Roman correspondent of one of the big American dailies writes Monsignor Maurice Burke Bishop of St Joseph who came to Rome for the golden jubilee of the Ameri cnn College is the object of great cordiality on the part of Dante scholars here he being considered the most learned student of 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