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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i y T DUIIEDEHF A M R SURGEON DENTIST 347 W JEFFERSON ST Oct Third and Fourth Office Hours from 8 to a Sun days 9 to II 3 22 1899 have- Won a Lasting by Gallant Service in the The Worked Oil a Gold Brick on The Solemn Services for the Dead at Hill and Paeo FROM MANILA The following alfa Jew extracts from a letter written by John Dineen of Lex ington a Kentucky boy now with Com pany II Battalion of stationed at Manila The letter was written on June T and gives details fid facts not mentioned in the censored and recounts much to justify the charges brought against those high T in Among other things he says I have passed through enough to kill Peter Vinegar if he were here to fill upon Vino Talk about your Poverty Flats Rat Row and Davis Bot toms or other popular residence quarters of yru ought to get a peep into Manila One look would settle you that is among the poorer classes I dont know what I will do when I get back to civilization I11 queer myself the first dash out of the box1 I hope t8get used to the change after I am here awhile Oh the Uncle Sams gold brick I The can not fight but they can bunco The party got an elephant this time all right and its no G 0 P either Its one of Uncle Johns green goods packages painted white with a 20000000 trade mark Here is a partial list of what is and what is not in the No brooms no hats worn the girls marry at fifteen no knives or forks horses are a curiosity natives sleep at midday and f bathe thrice daily more women than teen rice is the chief 0 linmall ssg t per day cocodnut oil is an illuminant the is a delicacy buffaloes are used in plowing orchards command 1000 each Manila has 300000 inhabi tants the annual cigar output reaches 260000000 belles smoke cigars and chew beetles cigar factories employ 21000 women earn fC to 10 per month a yard of cloth will make a robe for the poor a piece of wood two feet long costs forty cents The rainy season has set in and cam paigning will cease for a time The last through the mountains has been sent out and no more will be made until the rainy season is over The Tagurs have lost all hope and are prac tically done for There are no more large bodies to be met and it is now like an Indian as the niggers are together only in small bands The volunteer to leave are the Oregon California Nebraska Colo rado North Dakota Min nesota Idaho Montana Utah South Dakota Nevada Kansas Tennessee and Iowa in the order named With the above gone and mustered out of Uncle Sams service the United States loses the best army it ever had I dont know what kind of a repu tation the volunteers made in Cuba and Porto Rico but from what Ive read they made a poor one as they saw no service To the volunteers in the clings a made and wQn by gallant fighting and it is a wellknown fact that to the Eighth Army Corps be longs the honor of saving the of the army All that I know of being done the army in Cuba Porto I r Rico and the United States was to criti righteous kick coming than those in the None know of more hard ships than the Eighth Army Corps As for the scrap before Santiago it was as nothing with some we have had here I am relating what some of the old soldiers told me The regiments coming over now are not worth a Why the volunteers over here can teach the regulars how toII fight and they are doing it right along All the new soldiers are fit for is to do garrison duty They will need a lot of before they can class them selves with the Eighth Army Corps The new are well dressed and to see them so spick and span makes us poor fellows think of better days gone I by It is quite a contrast to witness al strong healthy fellows in bright dean j i uniforms with an elastic step In time other will be seen a crowd of halfstarved I weak forlorn sickly pule fellows who come along with a weary step dragging their feet as iif they were humt Bred weights Their dress is a muddy l brown torn and tattered Half of those I you notice are and their I clothes ifJd with native grass rJlelIni i= 1n only a convince yob ij Jk j tt A f d tJ t I J jf r n 1 c 1 M I J r tl j Ji J i J 1 L u w rVOLUME IIINO LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JULY PRICE FIVE I VOLUNTEERS Reputation Philippines Spaniards President McKinley Observed Battery KENTUCKIANS LETTER Engineers dispatches inefficiency authority hardships Lexington notwithstanding Philippines Spaniards Republican Philippines prgductjiCattleare dltsrlitborttrra ftefit grasshopper cigaruiakcrs expedition campaign regiments Pennsylvania Wyoming Washington Philippines reputation reputation throughout 11beenPhilippines compared scrapping regiments andlthen straggling barefooted anditathieirrequires finite ru KENTUCKY IRNI AMERICAN CENTS they have seen hard service and plenty of it at that- There is no use to waste time in writ ing up our adventures as the newspapers will no doubt do that at least in a half sort of a way We celebrated Decoration Day here in appropriate style Of course but few of the boys could attend still there were enough and you can rest assured that our army corps remembered their fallen comrades The boys on theN firing line sent in flowers and the graves of our deadwere decked with them I would be willing to bet my life that the graves in the United States were not decorated with flowers as were those in Manila Over each fallen comrade we have erected a monument and the graves and head stones were literally buried beneath floral wreaths while American flags lined the graves While a solemn scene it was a pretty one to see the boys in brown plac ing the flags and wreaths Many a fel smaUItokenmonies began at 930 oclock in the morning and lasted until 530 in the evening The bands played and there were speeches fby the Generals and several officers of the I ADMIRAL DEWEYI Nowouhis way home T f1 English manofwar in the harbor The inhabitants of were dumfounded with surprise and admiration They did not know how to express themselves but if you could have on Battery Hill where 206 of our comrades are buried and at Paco Cemetery you would have seen the most solemn scene of your life Dut it is all over now yet it is sad to think of returning hone and leaving so many of our gallant comrades in this ac cursed laud The next national holiday will be the Fourth of July I presume it will be a dull day here as so many of the boys will be out on the front There is a storm raging outside in the China Sea and feel it a little in here Say this is a Klondike for a firstclass printer A good printer can get his own wages There are but few American printers here and they are thudraters The natives do most of the typesetting SACRED HEART CHURCH Will Give Its Picnic and Out Ing at Phoenix Hill Park Thursday dAmeeting of the committees having in picnicforchurch which takes place at Phoenix Hill Park next Thursday was held in the school hall Sunday afternoon The various committee reports were very and the indications are that this years picnic will prove more pleasing than any ever before This one will not be wholly a dollarsand cents affair but will furnish amusement worth twice the admission During the afternoon there will probably be a sack and other races for prizes and in the evening a professional prize cake coupleshavecommittee will also add other novel featuresIn to the Aldermanic contest mentionedelsewhere the race for the diamond ring is exciting great interest The entries for the ring are Mrs Thomas W Tarpy representing the Altar Society and Miss Ella Dolan the candidate for the Young Ladies Sodality x and the friends of each are working zealously for their favorite The Society will serve an elegant dinner and supper in the dining hall presided over by Mrs Patrick Curran while the Young Ladies Sodality will manage the refreshment booths and fish pond in the park and they promise dispense hospitality with a lavish hand Among the latter are Julia Mc Donoughmia Dolan Agnes McDbnough Mary Higgins Mary Glenn Lizzie Mc Cormick Lillie Shaugbnessyt Annie Vaughan Loretta Tighe Katie Vaughn and Viola Keal who will prove a bevy of charming hostesses Music Director Walter Hensleyandaan efficient corps of floor munagwd will have the dancing hall specially prepared f r- they6gtig fetke who ray trip the lLRbt I i ij JI J L fitiLO t iI1t fantastic to their hearts content to the enchanting strains of Scallys orchestra The officers having the picnic in charge arc Chief Manager Thomas D Claire Assistant Manager Marcus Doerhoefer Secretary James Toner and Treasurer Joseph Byrnes whose names are a guarantee that an enjoyable time will be pro vided for all who attend It will be remembered that the Church of the Sacred Heart was destroyed by time cyclone and since taking charge of the congregation Rev Father Walsh has been earnestly endeavoring to wipe out the debt caused by that calamity and his noble work commends itself to Protest ants as well as Catholics Every con gregation in Louisville should be well represented at Phoenix Hill Park Thursday afternoon and evening LIFES JOURNEY ENDED After illness of several months Mrs John Vetter died at her home 2432 Third street Wednesday morning Five weeks before she was stricken with paralysis from which she never rallied Mrs Vetter was only twentyseven years old and besides her husband she leaves an infant son Before her marriage she was I totue United Stajtesjrom Manila rJ Manila gazed we encouraging given grand Altar to Misses an Io or n Miss Mamie Morgan and was a most highly esteemed young lady The sadly bereaved husband is the son of Nace Vet ter Superintendent of the Workhouse and he has the sympathy of friends and acquaintances in all quarters of the city The funeral took place yesterday morn ing from the Church of the Holy Name which was crowded with those who mourned the sad death of a most affec tionate wife and mothe- rTRADES COUNCIL Organized by Union Working men of New Albany Tues day Night At a meeting of trades unionists heldat the Doerhoefer building in New Albany Tuesday evening at which all the unions in that city were represented a Trades and Labor Council was organized and the following officers elected PresidentC VicePresidentSieversII Recording SecretaryEdwin F Catley Financial SecretaryCharles Stager Corresponding Secretary George D IIieblreasurerT D Bean SergeantatAnns A Kelly The new central labor body starts out wetland will exercise a great influence in business and political affairs when the interests of labor are involved Application will be made to the State Federation for a charter Mr Walter Young Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Central Labor Union of this city addressed the assem bled delegates pointing out the benefits to be derived from organization and ad vising them as to the best course to pur sueEdwin F Catley the Secretary is one of the delegates from the Typographical Union He was New Albanys representative in the last Indiana Legislature where he made an enviable reputation and the passage of bills for the benefit of the workiugmen by that body are due in a great measure to his energy and watchfulness S GENEROUS CLERGYMAN Father MackGives an Indiana Town an Electric Light Plant A dispatch to the Post says the Rev William Mack pastor of the Catholic church at Troy Ind has lately come Into possession of an inheritance which yields a large income and he has decided to give his town an electric light plant of the most approved pattern The fran bythemenced promptly Father Mack is also figuring on a site for waterworks and thinks he may see his way clear to provide this enterprise also sa the two can fee run jointly in a vary economica wy as is now done at Haw ville and other placer r V jjjjjjjjj CANT BE BEATII- rishAntoricaii r a Socicty Elects tutu Installs Officers For time Year Many IinportantCliftUffcs PloI posed and Sick Benefits For Members r tt- All Should At mid the Next Meeting to Jjearn theN w Ritail I ir p WILL NOW EXHIBIT NEW LIFE 1 Business was the order Thursday even ing at the meeting of the IrishAmerican PRESIDENT KEENAN i Society There was a good crowd the meeting was an important one and the newly elected officers start out under VICE PRESIDENT LAWLER most favorable conditions with benefits and amusement in store for those who hereafter attend the meetings After the r SECRETARY MARK RYAN reading and approval of the minutes and payment of all claims the Finance Com mittee were instructed to make a com SECRETARY WILL LAWYER plele report next month as to all moneys owed the organization The election and installation of officers was completed and the administration for the ensuing year will be as follows KeenanFirst Mike raw 1 Iff Second Vice PrewdentirM W Mmv ply Teeajur iCu1 John S hallep- ecordi Seciii t hliaHl wlerl ral1ttbeft C t i f i f clanmtiou and upon being installed each promised to give his best services to the society and endeavor to make this a ban ner year in its history The committee to whom was referred the drafting ofa new ritual made a most complete and satisfactory report which vyas received and adopted It embraces many new and interesting features and will prove such as to draw the members to every meeting- A committee was also instructed to re vise the constitution and bylaws so as to conform to the ritual and also to forum late laws providing for the care of the sick Another important aim of the body will be to assist the unemployed These changes in the laws will greatly in crease the field of usefulness of the society and make it one of the best in the city to belong to Col Whallen who was re elected Treasurer and M W Murphy Second VicePresident are charter members and their election by acclamation was a fitting recognition of their valuable servicesThomas Grogon was appointed collector and will call upon each of the 300 members between tow and the next meeting which takes place August 3 jI H i r The Amusement Committee will also arrange an interesting and pleasant pro gramme and every member is urged to be present LIMERICK HIBERNIANS They Will Enjoy Themselves at Lion Garden Mon day Evening Division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will give its annual picnic Monday at Lion Garden and from pres ent indications will be a most success ful one The great majority of its mem bers are residents of that portion of the city known Limerick which is ex pected to turn out masse This division has the largest membership of any in Louisville and its com mittees and members have been working zealously for some time past to provide for the amusement and entertainment of those who attend large number of tickets have been disposed of in addition to those sent to the other divisions and expected the crowd will eclipse that attending the Fourth of July celebration There are niany who were not present at either of the two celebrations this month and they will not miss this opportunity of enjoying themselves it will be the last outdoor affair given by the Hiber nians this season Prof Morbachs band which will furnish the concert music will appear in the handsome new uniforms which they wore to the Elks reunion at St Louis Several pleasing Irish selections are on the programme The dancing music will be furnished by Prof Tom Scallys band orchestra one of the best in the city The Preston and Mainstreet cars will run till the close and transfers can be had to all parts of the city If you want to spend a pleasant time and enjoy lots of fun go to Lion Garden Monday even ing PATTERSONDOERHOEFER The Two Aldermen Entered In Popular Contest for Cane The excitement and interest attending the late primary and convention promises to pale into insignifiance compared to that which will be witnessed at Phoenix Hill Thursday evening The picnic for the Sacred Heart church never fails to draw a large crowd and the friends of Aldermen Billy Patterson and Mike Doer hoefer have entered them in contest for a handsome goldheaded cane to be awarded the candidate receiving the largest number of votes This will be a freeforall election without police or forfitscents per At the meeting at which the names of the two gentleman were entered Thomas W Tarpjr WM cjibeen to represent I Alderman JMVhpjjfer and Edward I Clucy WM designated to watch Alder t 1 t l riI man Pattersons interest The repre seiitntivc for the congregation who has not yet been selected will preside and see that each has a fair count Both can didates arc very popular and their friends will no doubt be present in large numbers from all parts of the city The voting will be open and tally kept upon a blackboard in full view of the audience In this manner the friends of each will know how their favorite stands at any time during the balloting The contest will close at 11 oclock sharp when the winner will be awarded the prize ADMIRAL DEWEY Tim Hero of Manila Reaches Truest on His Homeward Trip May Arrive in August After a strict quarantine the United States Cruiser Olympia sailed last Sunday from Port Said for Trieste where she ar rived Thursday with Admiral Dewey weekI COL JOHN WHALLEN I c L d 4 it as en A it is as a a a jY 11 tO T shore is expected to arrive during the latter part of August Admiral Dewey said to the Associated Press correspondent at Trieste that the passage from Port Said was a pleasant oneThe Admirals health is perfect He has not decided whether he will go to Carlsbadas had been announced but it is not probable that he will do so as he intends to visit Vienna Upon her arri val the Olympia fired a salute of twenty one guns which was returned from the fort and four Austrian and one Greek warships subsequently Admiral Dewey received visits from the Port authorities the United States Min ister to Austria Mr Addison Harris and1 the staff of the legation and the Consuls of the United States in Austria The foreign Consuls were received by AdmiralI Dewey ou board the Olympia during the forenoonThe had a bad run to Aden against a monsoon but from that point on the weather was flue Admiral Dewey expects to remain on board his flagship with the exception of occasional trips oni shore The Americans find the weather cool and refreshing although the thermometers indicated 86 degrees on shore Secretary Fanning of the Dewey Re ception Committee in New York has no information as to when the Admiral will1 arrive In an interview Saturday he saidThe committee has not had any offi cial communication from the Admiral up to the present According to our in formation the Olympia will call at Gibraltar where several cablegrams and letters from the Reception Committee await the Admiral To these we expect- a reply in which the exact date of the arrival of Dewey in New York harbor will1 be announced The committee has learned from Edward Wilkins Dewey cousin of the Admiral that a letter from Charles Dewey the Admirals brother who is now in Europe was received yesterday in which Charles stated that the Olympia will be in New York Harbor not later than October 1 possibly a few days be fore that A telegram from London says Ac cording to the information obtained from British naval sources Admiral Deweys reception at the various British stations was no more cordial and in no way differ ent from that accorded to Admirals of other fleets TEMPLE THEATER The theatergoing public will be glad to learn that the Temple Theater will1 open for the coming season in September Col Meffert has returned from New York and the East where he has succeeded in engaging a company of ladies and gentlemen that will surpass anything- in the way of a stock company hereto oftheprofession and the genial Colonel now feels that the Temple wilt continue the most popular playhouse in Louisville jUl kinds of jobprintlng neatly andI prointly executed ft tub office 4 f r I t 1 H i r- Y LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY followOur glvescntire for and delivered Flrst class serlce MAD DAOEY 625 Sec ond St Telephone 2631 SWELL AFFAIR Such Vita the Hibernian Silver Jubilee Celebration Last fi Monday t I Time Afternoon Nurture Vas One W of the Most Enjoyable Ever Given Mirth and Music Dancing Reels and Breakdowns Songs stud Stories RIYERYIEW PRESENTED A GAY SCENEk Riversview Park Monday to celebrate the tVen tyfifth anniversary of Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians The at tendance was not as large as the occasion deserved but this only afforded better opportunity to those present to enjoy themselves which many did as never be fore The Reception Committee consisting of Messrs Edward Clancy James Barry David OConuell John Mulloy Mike Tynan James Rodgers Tom Cody were on hand early and had exerything nicelyytt arrangedwhen the people began to ar riveDuring the afternoon the ladies enjoyed Ia delightful progressive euchre lasting front 330 to 530 oclock and about 100 ladies contested for the handsome prizes The presentation was made by William M Higgins editor of the Kentucky Irish American Miss Josie ONeill of Sixth street was awarded a handsomely deco rated Sevres vase much to the delight of a large number of Hibernians and spec tators with whom she was decidedly popular Mrs Fres Stevens of Seven teenth and Bank earned off the china clock the most valuable of the prizes and Mrs Wiegelnian of 1512 Fifteenth street received an imported water set The announcement of each winner was generously applauded and James Barry and Edward Clancy won praises from ProfiScallys orchestra rendered choice l C lions when the younger set took posses sion of the dancing pavilion or strolled about among the trees in the park The old folks enjoyed themselves in comfort able scats in shady nooks from where they could watch the youngsters while i publishedhappening of whom were heard to remark that Riv I erview Park was the most beautiful place f they had seen since they left time old country Many of these left early to make room for the throng that was to come after supper when one of the most select assemblages ever seen in a public place was gathered in Riverview among whom were State and county officers of the order clergymen lawyers working men politicians merchants and manu facturers mostly all accompanied by ladies and from 8 to 12 oclock the scene was a brilliant and animated one The two happiest men on the grounds were President Tom Keenan and Col Lum Simons each of whom vied with the I other in extending a cordial greeting towevery arrival and it was nip and tuck as to which knew time largest number During the evening much amusement was afforded by the dancing of several oldfashioned breakdowns the dancers being Matt Feely and Mrs Catherine Burns Mike ODonncll and Mrs Richard Murphy Tim Naughton and Miss Brid gie Quinn and Martin Sheehan and wife Their performance was a revelation to nearly all Mr Feely and Mrs Burns outlasting the others This was only one of the many pleasing incidents Among the many present were noticed exCouncilman Mike Sweeney Judge Nick Vaughn Richard Quinn Philip Young Capt James Hendricks County President Murphy State Secretary Coleman John OConnor Edward Melter William Lawler Tom Kelly County Treasurer Owen Keiran Harry Brady and Miss Elvira Syduor Miller and that all had a jolly time is best evidenced by the report of the latter in her Tattler col umn which but for lack of space would be reprinted in this issue The jubilee was a success and reflects 4 great credit upon the gentlemanly maimIagers and the Ancient Order of Hiber nians The majority of those present will also attend the picnic of Division 4 f at Lion Garden Monday night where they will have another good time WASHINGTON SOCIAL DRAMATIC CLUB The last meeting oi the Washington s Social Dramatic Club was a largely attended and interesting one Henryy Fredeman and Gus Kraus were enrolled v as members after which the following officers were installed for the ensuing term President Frank ftuhsmah Vice President H I1fErleiuanI SecretaryMatt StrubelrTreasurerJohn Schrecker Sergeantatarms1rankJrongeri a The next meeting takes place Monday J evening at the club house i corner of Logan andbafcatreeU TIme club Is now 1- jiiI a flourishing conditioui frJ 0 Lr yy + f PtI l i ITYTC1 LY IRISH AltIERICAN T KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN MMMfllimmttMMMmM Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans WxLLIAAT M HIGGINS Yuibilssi er SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Sci Entered at trio Louisville Postofflco a15ccond Claee Matter Addursall1 Comoianlcttlonitolhe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street E LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 22 1899 WILL PASS The Irish agricultural and industrial bill is an important one and while it may not be all that the people desire they recognize that it iis the best they can get at this session of Parliament The Irish members are therefore determined that the Government shall get no excuse for abandoning it From the speech off John Redmond we glean the follow ing summary of its salient features It introduces a completely new r departure into Irish administration a machinery of the Government for developing the agricultural and industrial resources of the country This machinery is so constructed after careful study as to possess aU the advantages of the most approved stage in any department of the kind on the Continent and to remove from Ireland at last the heaviest handicap under which she has la bored in the struggle with her foreign competitors The bill in troduces the representative principle into cconoir ic administration iit l creates elective councils of the classes whom its work concerns to whom the department must come for advice and elective boards who are given the power of the purse It brings over and places under an t Irishauthority all the powers that are now exercised in Ireland by the Science and Art Department of South Kensington It provides for the establishment in Ireland of a comprehensive system of technical education and for the endowment of scientific resource as applied to agriculture and industry It pro vides the State under the election of the people with the means of stimulating agricultural and in dustrial production in every form and defending and pushing the prod ucts in the markets of the world It entitles the Government to take up the grievances of the trades and farmers against the railway com panies and appear on their behalf before the Railway Commission It r gives power to the department in connection with the County Councils to undertaking schemes for re afforesting the country for reclaiming its waste lands for developing its inland fisheries for laying down its disused oyster beds as France who learned oyster culture from Ireland has laid hers down within the last thirty years It is in many respects a supplement to the Coun ty Councils act and just the measure which is needed to give these new bodies substance instead of shadow to work upon We say Amen to the follow ing paragraph from the pen of Father Cronin in the Catholic Union and Times Save in name and christening the challenging yacht Shamrock is purely British She is owned by an Englishman she was launched in English waters the Thamesamid the salvos of the Prince of Wales and other Eng lishmen and the crew that will Ulan and sail her are mainly English Notwithstanding therefore Her beautiful Irish name and the fervid christening prayer of Lady Russell of Killowen we hope the Shamrock will not bring back the cup Thisveek we received one of the first numbers of The Industrial a pew monthly magazine whose chief object is to furnish a medium for the discussion of all questions per taming to the great social and in dustrial problems of the day and to give the people correct informa r Hipa concerning them It is well edited i1dPfntedn following numbers are up to the sUtidarti 61 I Y the initial one its success is as sured Bring your job workanything frpm a visiting card to a circus I Iposterto the Kentucky Irish American office for neatness and dispatch If you want to reach the work ing people advertise in the Ken tucky Irish American the only official trades union paper published in Louisville I The silver jubilee celebration was a credit to the Ancient Order of Hibernians Pay up and subscribe for another year See- DEWEY I OPPOSED TO CONQUEST The Washington correspondent of the Minneapolis Times says in his letter off July 10 that it is understood at the na ional capital that Admiral Dewey was opposed to the policy of conquest in the Philippines and that in consequence off his opposition he was turned down and ordered home This information is said to have reached Washington in the private correspondence of naval officers and it is undoubtedly true It will be remembered that in his letter to the Peace Cpuiuiis sioners at Iaris dated August 29 1898 Admiral Dewey said of the Filipinos- In a telegram sent to the departmentt June 23 I expressed the opinion that these people are far superior in their in telligence and more capable of selfgov ernment than the natives of Cuba and I am familiar with both races Furthei intercourse with them has confirmed min e this opinionII Dewey supposed that the Filipinos would be treated like the Cubans by tin McKinley administration but he wass sadly mistaken The American commissioners were Anglomaniacs who were desirous for an AngloAmerican alliance and they listened to the misrepresenta lions of the English agent John Foreman in preference to the testimony oi their own Admiral who destroyed the Spanish navy in Manila Bay Therefore they forced Spain with a threat to hand over the Philippines to be governed by the United States without any regard to the will of their inhabitants who were in armedrebellion against Spain What the special correspondent of the Times says is confirmed by Rev Clay aiacauley a former minister of Minneapolis who is now in Japan Ina letter from Tokio to the Boston Transcript he declares that Admiral Dewey told him he regretted the turn in affairs but that he was powerless to act The Admiral said to him Rather than make a war of conquest on the Filipino people I would upanchor and sail out of the harbor Rev Mr aiacauley visited Manila last January in search of health and in the interest of his religious denomination Of his views then he writes For a long time I could not believe that the disastrous drift of events was known to the Washington authorities I was inclined to lay the responsibility for the increasing perils upon the military commander directly in charge Yet now it seems clear to me that Gen Otis did this work in the main in literal obedience to his superiors in America that there it was assumed that the whole right and duty concerning the future disposition lyinStates that what the Filipinos themselves might wish need not be taken into ac count in formulating plans for their gov ernmentIn II conversation with Gen Otis he says the latter expressed regret that there was not a better knowledge of the situa tion among the Washington legislators I was ordered to this post from San Francisco said Gen Otis I did not believe in the annexation of these islands when I came here nor do I believe in their annexation now From this it appears that Dewey was grossly belied when he was made to say in an interview at Hong Kong that the Philippine islands should be held by the United States at any cost When the truth eventually comes out it will be discovered that the American sol diers and sailors were in favor of granting Freedom to the brave Filipinos The ras cally administration at Washington and the jingo ministry in London brouglrt on the war with the natives The Anglo Saxons wanted the islands for commercial purposes but they have not got them yet How distasteful it must have been For Admiral Dewey to shell the villages of the poor natives He could not but admire the pluck and bravery of the little fellows in fighting tyranny and injustice When Dewey arrives home he will be the Idol of the democracy for his opposition- to the conquest of an iinoffensive and in JibertyordeathdeathBetter borrow from a pawnbroker than- front a friend A cornet Ss jju t as Wjjsnuiaanoe ale fall fledged corn- i t J i 4 j 4J If r o tYt V Miss Bridget Quinn is enjoying a months vacation Mrs J J Reilly and son Hurl are visit ing at Grayson Springs Thomas I Brennan left Wednesday fora short trip to Cincinnati Mr James Campbell has gone to Mackii uac to spend his vacation Miss Helen B Lowry of Shelbyville iis visiting friends in this city Mrs Hines of Ohio avenue Jefferson ville is reported to be quite ill Miss Ada McDermott was the guest of Miss Susie McKeirnan this week Miss Josephine Kelly is making an ex tended visit to the Eastern cities Mr and Mrs Willis Mullen are spending a week at French Lick Springs Mrs Len G Herndon and little son spent the week at Doe Run Springs Mr and Mrs W J Murphy of Lexington were visiting here this week Mrs Thomas Hickey of New Albany spent a week with friends in Cordon Mr Bernie McDevitt was among this weeks visitors at West Baden Springs Mrs Fitzgerald was among the Louis villians registered in Chicago thisweek Mr John Duffy is among the Louis villians summering it Doe Run Springs aiattFeeley+ of Clarks Station spent several days here this week visiting his fiends Mr Frank Lynch of Jeffersonville spent last Sunday in Indianapolis with friends Mr and Mrs George Mulligan are en joying a twoweeks visit to French Lick Springs Miss Susie Nolan of Illinois avenue Jeffersonville is visiting relatives in In dianapolis Mr and Mrs Sweeney returned last Wednesday from a pleasant trip to Maui moth Cave Mrs Carey Peter was this week the guest of the family of Mr Pat Joyes of Shelbyville Frank McGrath of Seventh and York has returned from a weeks stay at West Baden Springs Miss Maggie Walsh left yesterday for St Louis where she will visit friends for the next two weeks Charles Ramser the Broadway hard ware dealer was registered at West Baden Springs this week Mrs Tom Mulligan and her son George of Cincinnati are visiting her mother Mrs Clark on Fifth Street Mrs Ella Shaliley of East Breckin ridge street left Thursday for Dawson Springs to spend two weeks Miss Nellie Sheehan has returned to her home in Lexington after a three weeks visit with friends here air John Kenney of Clarksville is the proud father of a lusty young Hibernian The mother and son are doing well air II P Reiger the local manager of the Germania Insurance Company spent several days at West Baden Springs Mr and Mrs Henry Reilly arc happy over the arrival of a handsome little bay visitor at their home on Lytle street Mrs James Kennedy of Indiana ave nue Jeffersonville is still very sick hut her friends hope to see her out again Misses Maude Curran and Hattie Lang will leave shortly for Atlantic City where they will spend their summer vacation Mrs James ONeill of Illinois avenue Jeffersonville who has been sick for the past week is reported much improved Miss Maggie McAuliffe of Jefferson ville spent the week in Frankfort where she wasthe guest of Miss Nellie Lillis air John McCarty the popular rail road ticket agent hiss gone to Colorado Springs where he will spend his vacation Miss Katie Gilmore of Nineteenth and Bank streets is seriously ill of typhoid fever at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hos pital Little Miss Elsie Dunn has entirely re covered from the effects of the bite of a kissing bug which occurred Tuesday night The younger set are making prepara tions to turn out in force when St Pat Icks church gives its outing to Fern GroveMiss Ada Walsh one of the society belles of this city will soon leave for Charlevoix and New York to be gone several weeks Mr Will Toohy who has been visiting his uncle S G McConnell 1625 Brook street returned on Tuesday to his home tRUlngSun Mr aadMrs Jphn Byriw Mr andMr yaadMiwp who went to Lexington to attend tile marriage of Miss Anna Blanche Norman I and Mr John L Steplmnski have re turned to this city I IThe Mercy Circle Sewing Circle held Wednesday evenan enjoyable meeting ing at the residence of Mrs Neal Burke in Jeffersonville Rumor has it that Con Lehan one of the popular young men of the East End will shortly be wedded to a pretty laugh ter of the Emerald Isle Miss Maggie Norton daughter of Will iam Norton of West Chestnut street will leave Monday for Owensboro where she will be the guest of Mrs Field Misses Aurelia Mazzoni and Amelia Montedonico have returned from West Baden Springs where their beauty at tracted a great deal of attention Mark Ryan one of the most popular young men about the Courthouse has gone to Atlantic City He will visit through the East before returning Mr Daniel Hennessey of Missouri son of John M Hennessey is visiting his parents in this city Although proud of his Kentucky birth he favors Missouri as- a home Charles Connors with the William Higgins Leather Company St Louis who tins been visiting friends and rela tires here for the past three weeks left the city Wednesday John OBrien of 937 East Market street is receiving the congratulations of his friends upon the arrival of a lovely baby girl at his home He declares her the belle of the East End Frank Kendrick will spend the coming winter in Louisville Col Meffert has secured him for this seasons stock com pany Although joining the company late last season he soon became a great favorite with the Temple patrons The marriage of Miss Celia A McCain and William II Dennes was solemnized at St Vincent de Pauls church Wednes day evening in the presence of a large number of friends of the happy couple Rev Father Heising tying the nuptial knotMiss Rose Carroll of Indianapolis is the guest of her aunt Mrs M Metcalfe East Washington street Miss Carroll Is one of the prettiest of this seasons vis itors and numbers her admirers by the score She will spend next week with friends in Jefferson county The Misses Gnat entertained in honor of Miss Ada McDermott of Elizabeth town Among those present were Misses Carrie Philie Lulie and Josie Gnau Ada McDermott Gertie Fox Katie and Lillie Delus Katie Fitzpatrick Nettie Gathof Lillie Godfrey Belle aieany Susie Mc Keirnan Mrs Joseph Gnau and Mrs Sam Humberstone Will Timmons the gatekeeper at the Tenthstreet depot is becoming one of the most popular railroad employes in the city Owing to his polite and agree able disposition the company recognized his worth and laCtl him in lib present position Will is a single man but Ifa late rumor be true he will soon desert the bachelor ranks and lead a hand some young lady of Limerick to the altar The marriage of Miss Emma Willman to Mr J J Gainey was solemnized at- St Augustines rectory Jeffersonville Wednesday evening The bride is the handsome daughter of Joseph Willman who lives at the corner of Maple and Mul berry streets The groom Is a car in spector for the Southern railroad After the ceremony the happy pair left for Ludlow Ky where they will make their future home Miss Mary Agnes Wolfe of 1C2C Eighth street will entertain the White Rose Club on Thursday evening The mem bers of the club are Misses Mary Wolfe Margaret Grogan Mamie Riley Mary Ryan Katie Ansbro Lillie Kohler An nie Collins Etta Martine Messrs Will am Miller Thomas Vetter Louis Dugan Joseph Hanrahau Thomas Hikes Chas lehm Harry Smith John Hikes and William Kohler IRELANDS ATHLETES r Can Beat Any Civilized or Un civilized Nation In the World This small but still important little country can do extraordinary things in the world of athletics Every nation in cluding the new world with its vast pop ulation knows this Our latest achieve nent has been to win four English athletic championships with four repre sentatives at Wolverhampton on Satur day last says the Independent It was only a matter of course that Ireland won these events for the four Irishmen T F Kiely WJ Newburn D Horgan and P Leahy are absolutely safe to beat every English athlete in their respective events When one considers that the entire population of Ireland is smaller than that of the city of London It is simply marvelous how we can win anything at all T P Coneff and later G B Tincler tumbled to the dust the best longdis tance runners in the world in turn and one of them atJleast is we presume prepared to do the same again In short Irelands ownsans can boat any civilized- or uncivilized nation in the world or all allroundathletictime we have made this i bold statement butff any one doubts its accuracy dt Jfor him to luaus the bolds eballeare 1 I f =ft r VICTORY l American Federation of Labor Sustains the CeutralJnI bor Union t President GoiniicrH Urges the Unions that Seceded to Return The Predictions of the Kentucky Irish American Have Been More Titan Verified MARMONV AND UNITV ARE NECESSARY Yesterday morning the following letter was received from President Gompers of the American Federation of Labor rela tive to the appeal of the newly formed United Trades and Labor Assembly by which it will be seen that he sustains President James McGIll and the Central Labor Union This result was long ago predicted by tine Kentucky Irish Ameri can which has all along advocated the policy recommended by President Gom pers We sincerely hope that a reunion of the labor forces of this city will now follow believing that every true trades unionist will favor this course The letter is as follows WASHINGTON D C July 19 1899 Mr George De Souchet Central Labor Union 516 Fifth street Louisville Ky Dear Sir and Brother Enclosed you will please find copy of a decision ren dered in the case of protest entered by Herman Christian and others against the election of Mr James McGill as President of the Louisville Central Labor Union I have forwarded the original to Mr Christen by this mail Permit me to express the hope that every effort will be made by the Central Labor Union to purge the union from any element or members who do not possess the qualification for membership in any union attached to your Central Labor Union In some cf the papers submitted it is plainly evident that there are such per sons who hold their membership in unionsI too that every effort will be made by your Central Labor Union to win back the unions which have withdrawn and to unite and harmonize the labor forces of your city We can not expect success without tine necessary unity and harmony of the labor forces Counting upon your assistance to ac complish this much desired purpose I am fraternally yours SAMUBZ GOMPKRS President A F of L THOMAS GROSBIE All Regret the Death of the Grand Old Man of Irish Journalism The recent announcement of the death of Mr Thomas Crosbie proprietor and editor of the Cork Examiner will be read with sincere regret by every journalist in Ireland England and Scotland says a Cork correspondent Hy his death we lose at once one of the most estimable members of the profession and one of the most kindly and cultured of Irish gentlemen- Mr Crosbie was a Young Irelander in 48 He was associated in the Young Ireland movement with Mr Justin Mc Carthy then connected with the paper of which Mr Crosbie afterward became proprietor and editor Another notable Irishman with whom he was then asso ciated was the late Mr Denny Lane one of the sweetest singers of the 48 period Throughout his long career Mr Crosbie was a consistent Nationalist and if some of lie could not agree with the policy of his paper in recent years nobody who knew its cultured proprietor could fail to recognize his thorough honesty of pnr pose and his strong sense of fair play The poor of Cork will miss him In a quiet unobtrusive waywhich in all walks of life was characteristic of the man he was always foremost in promoting works of charity and philanthropy The people of Cork sorrow today because one of their most prominent citizens is dead All Corkmen however far they may be from home will join with their countrymen in regretting the demise of the Grand Old Man of Irish journalism PLEASING APPOINTMENT The appointment of Thomas J Cam pion to the police force by the Hoard of safety was a pleasing one especially to the younger IrishAmericans among vhotn Tom is very popular Tom is a hustling Democrat and a model citizen oil will no doubt make a firstclass patrolman NUTRITION IN FOODS Few people have any very correct idea of the comparative nutritive value even ofthe commonest foods The most appetizing and savory foods seldom are those vliich are most nutritious and healthful The most nutritious of all the fool pro luctsMu common use is butter while oleomargarine which everybody con demos ranks next It would surprise most people to know that oysters contain very little nutritionJ and that hens eggs which all the world supposes to be very strengthening as a matter of fact rank very low in the lift The various meats are only fairly nutritious HOW IT WORKED TomHe wanted to many Miss Got lroX and declared that it was solely an affair of the heart Ja kAndwnenhetfather was fiaan ially ruined what effect did itbave on him I t A ITOIn Heart failure ca 1 gym J- eI 4 Ic t i How IIn Are Your Teeth I If they need attention there is no better place to I have them fixed than at t- heLouisville Dental Parlors 544 FOURTH ST I Right Next to Avenue Theater Their prices arc the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you right ItKMKIUIiHU TII13 I LA- CI3Louisville t Dental lsarlors4L 1 OUW1 II MMrw rr 111 IZII IIfI1 LrI 1 IlllillIIJI li I II I Gran IFuneralI i And Embalmers iij j MISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer l1li iiCarriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice = S E COR EIGHTH AND JEFFERSON STS lilt = TELEPHONE 810 jj 1 IrlkI III IEi IfD IIIF IIIIbi I IIkI IIIIIi I I I l ICII ICIIII III1Fd11It IkII III II II Ih I MilMooll MOillul6llt GOillAdililNNl DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF= Hi= ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE = IJi 1 flonuments i iiArtistic Work Only Solicited Onn Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET jjjj 1 I IIIIIIIII t1IIIlII II31 IIIIII EIFII III hIIIIIII 0tp600 htsAOdn M 0 4 fih b4 L40 pthpn pa4n aetpa tN l p s4 p- o IIa PARADISEI 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gal 7oc Almond and Macaroon per gal 100 Bisque and Tnttifritti100 lo Jtl25V Bricks and Euchre JlOO Sherbets and Ices C5c Sweet Cream f0c Cream delivered to New Albany awl Jeffersonville also shipped to all shipping points P HURIUD MilK ND CR M A specialty It is the purest and best Telephones 2144 and 2588 GSpecial rates to hotels dealers and large orders S3 SSSSSSS98S S r the Tailor jjj i23Z FOURTII AYE S E amineII ExamineComplete B Line 8 r 8 8- s Summer 8 8 Suitings 8 n- ndn Our 10 Quick Meal i Speaks for Itself bunters ITxlCinch Gas Range oven with haveiiand all the many qualities that made the Quick Meal so popular Every Quick Meal sold is the cause I of other sales as it gives such per feet satisfaction Take no purchase our Quick Meal chancesiitime tried proven right can be better The gas company i Ienerotisly assists our sales bymak mg free connectIons giving tickets for three lessons at the Alumnae Club Cooking School and distrib uting a valuable cook bo- okjGEHERSONI i I 214 MARKET NcacSccoud n n 10Neills Studio 342 W Market St Positively the Finest Work Reduction in prices for thirty days to introduce my Pictures JOHN jP KELLY SON DUAURS IN Groceries1 f VegetablesFresh Produce Seventeenth and Bank Streets Special attention given to family orders and goods de livered to all parts of thc city GIVERVIEW PARK Is Now Open to the Public A few select dates for picnics etc open Call at office 113 W Jefferson CONCERT EVERY SUNDAY- By PROF MORUACHS BAND LION GARDEN NOW READY FOR Picnics Socials Lawn Fetes This Garden has been newly decorated and refurnished for the present season with firstclass appointments of all kinds and invites the Inspection of Sunday school church and society committee before closing contracts Lion Garden is a cool pleasant retreat easily accessible with streetcar transfer to all parts of the city For terms and s dates address or call on- WILLIAM BAUER Lessee and Manager I Y AOH cIGAR The seat Five Coat Cigar an lrIAk AMerlcuu catt smoke vV SS 18TKtOJCHTK Mauafaetaraj Pr ta ami i twllpGraf fF i WITHOUT DIVISION I II I Second Rending of the Irish Agricultural null Indus trial Hill Passed Certain That It Will Become a Law During This ScsslonI of Parliament Provides for the Rvpenditiire of n Fairly Large Amount of Money Yearly REDMONDS SPEECH IN ITS FAVOR The second reading of the Irish agricultural and industries hill passed theI House of Commons without division amII the Nationalist members now feel san guine that it will become a law during the present session The main point of the bill is that a fairly large amount of money which should have been much largerwill be spent annually in the pro motion of the agricultural nel other industries of Ireland All her industries need encouragement and development Her people require that technical training which has enabled those of other nations to beat them even in their on n markets rod the present bill promises to give them in part at least what they have been demanding John Redmond who trade the principal address for the bill in the House of Commons on July ft spoke as follows It was interesting to me to hear the right honorable gentleman Sir C Dilke speaking here as he announced as a home ruler and then proceeding to argue this point about ministerial representa tion in this house entirely from the Eng lish point of view There was not a single argument against putting a Minis ter of this department in this house which he did not draw from the exper ience of England He left Ireland en tirely out of consideration Possibly there are too many Ministers in this house but that is not the fault of the Irish repre sentation The Chief Secretary is a regu lar 1ooHah He is President of the Local Government Hoard lieis President of the Board of Works and lie is President of a half a dozen of these different hoards in Ireland It is absurd to think that in the creation of a great department such as I hope this will be enormous good will not come to Ireland from the presence here of a Minister directly responsible for the work of that office As to the vacation of a seat by a Minister accepting office lam inclined to agree with the right honorable gentleman that the principle is n vicious one but I put that aside as a matter which can be deat with elsewhere The right honorable geiillelimn seems to be oppressed with the fear of this policy of killing home rule with kindness I do not care a rap of buttons about the mo lives of the right honorable gentleman opposite If they propose a measure for the good of the people I shall support them and as to the fear that home rule will be killed with kindness I think it comes very badly from any one who has a genuine faith in home rule The more prosperous the better educated you make the people of Ireland the more united and the more irresistible will be the national movement and to take the view that this measure is objectionable because fit springs from a desire to under mine the home rule movement has no influence with me Mr Speaker I rise for the purpose of giving to this measure speaking of it broadly a hearty and thorough support mid to urge upon the Government most earnestly to see that it is passed into law this cession I do not mean that I pin myself to every detail of the hill or that I am in a degree satisfied with the financial aspect of the hill Those who know anything about the financial relations of the two countries know how objectionable ninny of the financial proposals of this bill are lint I believe there is not a detect in the melts ure which can not he dealt with ade quately in committee and tlie principle under lying this bill and the main pro visions have my cordial approval I sup port this bill for four main reasons First I regard it as a measure introduced in obedience to a public demand from time Irish people of all classes and all parties secondly I regard it as in the main satisfying that demand and as having received practically Indeed1 may say the unanimous support of public opinion in Ireland in regard to its main provisions thirdly I regard a measure of this kind as absolutely essen tial to the future of Ireland if she is not to be hopelessly handicapped in her competition with other countries and I re gard it as a measure drawn on broad democratic lines and on enormous ad vance in the direction of popular self government of Ireland and as embody ing a principle which must have an enormous influence on the institutions which have been the ruin of Ireland in the past It is true that this mcasme has been introduced in obedience to a public demand and the honorable gentleman opposite Mr Drage is I think correc todthe Recess Committee and I must he al lowed to express my deep regret that the right honorable gentleman the from South Dublin who was mainly re sponsible for getting that committee together is unable to be present to witness the fruition of his labors and especially through such unfortunate circumstances general cheers The Recess Committee was composed of the roost experienced men in Ireland on this subject It is tru that the honorable member from East Mayo and some of his friends declined to act ou that committee but sonic gentlemen holding similar views did serve arid jt isi absolutelytrue Jo say In these cir Caiahacea that every shade of political li tbgsi bt hatteload wssrepreeutid lIr f i t t hear This body instituted an exhaustive inquiry into agricultural industries and technical education in Ireland and the effect of foreign competition and after an extended inquiry abroad it rec ommended a scheme which in many re spects was somewhat similar to time scheme of this bill That recommenda tion was discussed all over Ireland and I have no recollection of any public body condemning the report but I know that an overwhelming majority of them in eluding Chambers of Commerce all the corporations of the country and number less boards of guardians unanimously I supported the recommendations of the Recess Committee hear hear The reo still of that was that two years ago time Chief Secretary introduced bill to meet that demand That bill failed and It failed because It did not meet some of time essential proportions of the demand I do nol blame time right honorable gentle man for it One of the things we asked for was that the elective principle should be recognized in the measure The Chief Secretary was in a great difficulty because he had practically no constituency to go to but the great measure of local gov ernment last year created a constituency and from that constituency the rightI honorable gentleman I am happy 16 say has been able todraw an effective elective feature in this bill Has the bill received time sanction of public opinion in Ireland What are the facts and it has been discussed widely by nearly all the public bodies in the country The other day a conference of time Chambers of Commerce from all the great cities in Ireland was held in Dublin and while they recommended amendment of details they unanimously approved the main features of the bill and urged the Government to pass it into law this session whist no single municipality in Ireland has de clared against it I have received an enormous number of requisitions from board of guardians asking me to he in my place today to support this measure No public body large or small important or unimportant has passed a resolu tion against this measure In addition to that the press of the country has been al most unanimous In the face of the facts I think I am justified in saying that public opinion in Ireland is unanimous in support of the second reading of this bill If that be so I say it would be a monstrous hardship if the bill so intro duced in obedience to public demand and supported as I have shown by practically unanimous public opinion were to be endangered by anyaction taken in this house at this stage As to time necessity for such a bill it is not necessary for me to speak of Ireland is a poor country as a country which practi cally has no manufactures Ireland de pends upon its agriculture Admittedly the soil of Ireland is badly tilled Her production has diminished and her pop ulation has gone down and practically there is no system whatever of agri cultural or technical education and practically no aid whatever was given by the State for these purposes If the same amount of money were spent on agricul ture in Ireland as was spent in Denmark at the present time in proportion to her population you would have to spend 230000 and if the same amount were spent on industries and agriculture in proportion to population as is spent in Switzerland you would have a sum of 200000 a year spent for those purposes This bill only proposes to allocate a very small amount and grave will be the re sponsibility any wanwlio delays for a single year a remedy for time appalling slate of things which exists at the present moment This bill proposes to estab lish in Ireland for Ihe first time a demo cratic board two tldrds elected by the County Councils of Ireland and one third nominated by the Government which board will have absolute control of the expenditure of its money and if time money is not expended in any year it will accumulate from year to year and moreover it can be spent by the depart ment without the concurrence of this board Some people have spoken of this as another Castle board What does this bill do It very largely disestablishes several Castle boards It takes away from a number of these Castle boards a large portion of their power anti transfers to the elected authority the control now exercised by these Castle boards in sonic matters and it transfers absolutely the control over science and art now exercised by South Kensington That is not an exaggerated summary of time provisions of time bill It is a correct summary and if that is so I am justified in regarding this as a measure based on democratic lines As to time financial as pest of the bill the defect we see is that any of this money is drawn from Irish sources We base our demand that it should all come from Imperial sources upon the case we make as to Irislv finan cial relations This is not perhaps the best opportunity for discussing this ques tion I have asked myself whether if we accept the bill as it stands we shall weaken our position with regard to the general financial question in time future and I believe that this bill will give us a platform from which in the future we shall be able to work Iris question Mr Speaker there are practically two motions before time house One is for the second reading of the bill and the other to refer it lo the Grand Committee Of course the time at our disposal is limited and what I would urge upon the house is greattmisfortune if we occupied time whole of the time discussing the second reading and left no time for discussing the other question because if that happened an passingrthe billI dont believe that the Chief Secretary wishes to find an excuse but I can not say the same with regard to other members of the Government I thinkwe should be careful not to give that opportunity of withdrawing the bill at the last moment Therefore I would suggest that threeehours we should then let it pass and discuss whether it should be sent to a committee The pill off adversity is never sugarcoated f If its a woman and the shoe pinches sbek rti r to ri r i lf tl I Iilj J FRANKFORT Percy Holey faceted Secretory of the Democratic State Central Committee The SmallPox Scare hits Paralyzed Business at the State Capital ItciHihllcan Nominee For Governor Has Gone to Michl yan For Rest PERSONAL AND SOCIETY NEWS NOTES Special Letter to the Kentucky Irish American FRANKFORT Kv July 21Time State Central Democratic Committee of Kentucky met in this city last week and selected Col Percivall Haley of Prank fort as Secretary With all due respect for other aspiranls r the office the committee could not have made a wiser or better selection than Col Haley Though an extremely young man he is well and favorably known throughout the State During the memorable session of DO and 07 he rendered valuable serv ices to his party and was recognized as one of Senator Blackburns ablest lieu tenants Col Haley was also further honored by being unanimously elected Secretary of the Democratic Campaign Committee whose headquarters will be in this city Col Haley is a loyal sup porter of Senator William Goebel time nomlee for Governor and had charge of the Goebel1 headquarters during the cam paign for the nomination and assisted greatly in the ultimate success of Senator Goebels aspirations Miss Stella Buckley of Louisville is visiting her grandmother Mrs Buckley on Holmes street The Misses McCollough of Jefferson ville are visiting time Misses Lillis on Arlington HfghtlIDuring the past ten days the smallpox scare has held full sway in Frankfort The wild and incredulous stories sent out to surrounding towns have succeeded in scaring the residents of the county and none will now venture in time city Busi ness of every kind is practically at a standstill and every effort is being made to stamp out time dread plague All enter tainments and meetings of all kinds have been declared off dhine services even on Sunday being suspended and every pre caution is taken to prevent the spread of time disease A camp haS been established five miles from town and all patients re moved from the city where they are carefully attended at Ute expense of the city The social session of Division Lot the Hibernians which was to have been held last Thursday evening was on account of the smallpox postponed for two weeks Gen Taylor Republican nominee for Governor has left for a threeweeks trip to Michigan where he Will enjoy a much needed rest The death of Mrs Klair in Lexington last week came in the nature of a shock to her many friends in this city where she was well known She was a sister of Mrs Dan Weitzel of this city who was at her bedside when she died Her funeral took place from St Pauls Cathedral Saturday morning Rev J P Harry preached the funeral sermon Five children I survive her Mrs J Weitzel John William and Henry Klair all of Lexing ton It is rumored that several marriages will occur in IrishAmerican circles in the city during time month of August but at present I am trot At liberty to disclose time names of time happy young people Mrs Kitty H McNanara returned last week from Lexington where she spent a week visiting relatives County President John J Hogan and Treasurer Patrick OHrien of the Ancient Order of Hibernians have been on time sick list for the past few days The picnic to be given by time St Aloysius Society July 21 has heen post- ponel indefinitely Miss Blanche OConnor left Monday morning for a threeweeks visit to Knox vine Tenn and other Southern cities Miss Bernadetle Haley the pretty and accomplished daughter of Mr D L Haley will leave in a few days far a visit to Lexington i Mr William Downey of Summer Forest near this city left for Chicago last week where has secured lucrative position with a large stove foundry His many friends in this city wish him success in his new field A scheme for one of tile largest prison deliveries on record in which nine of the most brutal murderers confined in the local prison were ringleaders was discov eredain time to prevent the consummation of the daring plan Seven guards were to have met with death at the dinne- hour Tuesday and COO or more convicts were to follow the ringleaders in a grand rush for liberty instructed to kill all who teed to stop them Thanks to the watch fulness of Warden LUlard and his efficient guards the plan was nippedl in the bud and time nine desperate men placed in irons anti solitary confinement Last week Gov Bradley pardoned10ne of the youngest convicts in the local prison The lad is only twelve years old and extremely delicate looking and the absurdity of the charge upon which b was given three years detaining a womanstruck the Governor as bein not exactly right and he promptly par doned the child x There are still several Subscribers to time Kentucky Irish American in Frankfort who have been recelvingthe paper for nearly a year but have not yet paid their subscription Jofthe current year although it should have been paid i advanc AH Who have not yet palel ar- herebysrrneslyrequtiated e to pay the- O y It J i f t 1 I coming week as the management needs the money very much to make improve ments in the paper and pay current ex penses which arc no small items in the publication of a newspaper like the Ken tucky Irish American We feel sure that those who have not yet settled have neglected or overlooked the matter and will selllfi during the coming week with our agent at Frankfort D J M LABOR WORLD Notes and Gossip of the Week Front All Parts of the Country Bring your job work to Ihis r lice This is the only official lraies union paper in time city of Vmisville The Directors of tie Louisville Jockey Club have abandoned the idea of holding a fall meeting this year President McGill has been making a trip through the State and we learn that his efforts have been successful The Central Labor Union meets at Decks Hall tomorrow The Labor Day Committee will make its report Time Salesmens Association will give one of their delightful dances at Foun tain Ferry Park Wednesday evening The differences between the Chicago breweries and their workmen have been adjusted time latter receiving an increase in wagesThis ear the cigannakers will give their annual picnic at Fern Grove on July 30 Among the amusements will be a ball game running matches and danc ing Boats will leave in time morning and afternoonGeorge H Thobe of Covington Or ganizer of time International Association of Wood Workers was in time city this week in the interest of his fellow trades men Mr Those was once time candidate cf the workingmen of the Sixth district for Congress against Carlisle The Chattanooga Enquirer is leading a good fight for municipal ownership of public utilities Here is what it says about the trades unionists in politics The trades unions will take a more act ive and intelligent part in local politics this year than ever before The member who repeats in a parrotlike way when anything is said on the subject we must keep politics out of our unions is becom ing a scarce article Or rather the conviction is forcing itself upon all that time unions must intelligently go into poli tics But by this is not meant partisan politics party will cut very little figure in the matter men and measures will be time consideration BABYS APRON Twas only a gingham apron A check of white and blue Yet the toddler sat beside the chair And watched the process thro I marked his smiling features And wonderd what hed say 7 When mother held the apron up And asked him for the pay He threw his chubby arts around And mugged and kissed her sweet Times down upon the floor he got Upon his dimpled feet A peacock neer did strut about In raiment quite so fine I understood his very looks His feelings could divine He rubbed time buttons down in front And noticed something new And fairly chuckled in his sleeves A little pocket too Twas just a gingham apron But joy was manifest When uibther slipped the kirtle on And baby felt his best SPORTY ITEMS Kansas City got a good man in Joe Ganzel late of Pillsburgs Louisville and Cleveland play two games Sunday afternoon July m- Old man Anson says no selfrespecting manager can work under Freedman Joe Kennedy of San Francisco says he will come East to meet Peter Mailer if allowed his expenses Hill Doherty time Australian middle weight is coming to this country He is salt to be a wonder Farmer Weaver at one time the idol of time fans here stands very near the top of the batting list of time Milwaukees Dan Creedon has been matched to meet Fred Morris at the Broadway Athletic Club August 11 The Black Cyclone has only lately returned from England Joseph Cavanaugh time wellknown local ball player has returned from Austin Texas where he had a most suc cessful season the Austin club finishing second in the race for the petulant Dixon and Santry will meet again- having agreedto box twenty rounds St Louis July 31 The two men met Chicago last week when Malachi 11 gans dicision in favor of Dixon was roundly hissed The followers of the prize ring will now watch with interest the movements whorthis week signed articles fora contest be fore time Westchester Club tine light to take place September 2 George McFadden and Joe Gans are to meet in twentyfive round contest next secd ond meeting When they met before Cans was knocked out The lout will take place before time Broadway Athletic ClubCharlie Tully a promising young ban tamweight has entered the local pugil eIstic field and is out with a challenge to orgTummy McQuaid preferred He is being dandled by that wellknown and able trainer Fred Detllinger who predicts bright things for his protege A PERTINENT QUERY Taacher Yes children the angel ofi PgypntianfemUyt ouuule1 loft did lme mloWhei 1ie ran up egdnmu tw phav Ai It c h oi c lf0fj f TTHE 1r KENTUCKY LiRISH AMERICAN4Will upon its Third Volume The promises made to its readers and friends in the first issue have been faithfully observed and its circu lation has enjoyed a steady growth This should be increased in the future until it is read in the home of every IrishAmerican in Kentucky and adjoining States The Ken tucky Irish American for the coming year will make features of Irish News Church News Society News Home News H Labor News Sporting News It is a FirstClass Weekly Journal which is printedand mailed on Fridays so that itsIcity readers may take advantage of the announcements it contains and be directed where to make their Saturday purchases This will result in great benefit to our oi advertisers who should remember the fact that it has the Official Indorsement of the CENTRAL LABOR UNION a And the Representatives of the Trades Unions of 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Sessions Will 1 iam Butler was elected clerk to the court J F s at a salary of C3G a year r Mrs Mary belly late of Clongory County Kildare died June 20 at the resi dence of her daughter in Dublin Mr Plunketts Oppressor won the Irish 1rr Derby at the Curragh June 28 There were nine other horses in the race The aged Earl Pitzwilliam is still run ning winning horses He captured nice purse at the Curraglfraccs June 28 The following members of the Kells Urban Council attended at the consecra tion ceremony of the Bishop of Meath P P Maguine James OReilly P OBrien John Smith and Patrick Collins Northa west Agricultural Association one of the oldest in the North had a larger attend r ance than at previous years showing an w increasing and renewed interest in then work of the society p Elpphin and Georgiana Browne were mar ried in the parish church at Killina June c 26 The bride was the youngest daughter of the late P G Browne of Clonfad County Roscommon At the Wexford Quarter Sessions be fore his Honor Judge Kane John Keeffe a Foulksmill was sentenced to eighteen months imprisonment for the larceny of two bullocks from a fanner named Pat rick Monohan Slevoy appointedrF A P County of Kildare and William G Gib 4 4son Crown Counsel for the County of Carlow both in the room of A E Onns by Hamilton resigned Still another Urban District Council that of Killarney has declared for trien vial election and the Local Government 4Board has approved its discision The advantage of the change from the finan cial point is important- A meeting of the governing body of the Franciscan order has taken place in Athlone The Chapter of the Province was held in the Franciscan Convent under the Presidency of the Very Rev Father P Begley Provincial The marriage arranged between William Campbell youngest son of Harper Campbell of the Hermitage Sligo and Kathlcne Grace daughter of W Russell Fenton Ardaghowen Sligo will take place on August 3 in St Johns church SligoAt the weekly meeting of the Ualliu i irobe Board of Guardians A Martin in the chair a resolution was carried con demning in the strongest possible meas ure the action of Col Knox in evicting several of his tenants around Glanhest i and Ballinrobe A curious incident occurred in Wex ford While the mail bag from one of the suboffices was being conveyed to the main office in Wexford a parcel contain ing 100 is stated to have dropped out Though a strict search was made the par cel could not be found k The committee recently Termed for the purpose of raising a fund for a memorial to the late Brother Clifford held a general t meeting at the Christian Brothers school Dublin on the evening of July 4 The undertaking is a popular one and many subscriptions were handed the treasurer At the meeting of the Cootehill Board of Guardians James Hannigan presiding and eight others present the failure of the board to obtain a fever nurse after advertising several times was discussed A committee was appointed to consider the matter with the medical officer and make a report to the board A special meeting of the Wexford Board of Guardians was held for the purpose of fixing a uniform fee to be paid to medical officers when acting as substitutes Ont themotion of Lord Maurice Fitzgerald it i was decided unanimously to fix the re 1 muneration at C3 per week and to allow F one guinea in consultation cases 4 retreatIwas brought to a close in Thurles The p magnificent and spacious Cathedral of St Patricks was filled to overflowing at the closing ceremonies During the week the members of the Womens Sacred Heart Confraternity were zealous in their ky j attendance at the difference ceremonies t A veteran lifeboat man passed away in ti tiWexford in the person of Thomas Wick r ham of the Fort Lifeboat Station He was coxswain of the first lifeboat brought to Wexford and also of its successor The boat never went out on iiservice without its reliable oldcoxswain and he was instrumental in the saving of over 200 lives n At a largelyattended meeting of the Thurles Urban Council Hugh Ryan pre siding the following resolution was adopted That this Council representing the trades of the town again protest against the proposed railway amalgama tion tending as it will to raise rates al- F ready too high and thereby increase the burden on traders r At the meeting of the Longford Board of Guardians an inmate named James Farrell who is totally blind was led into the boardroom and made a serious com plaint against the medical officer and on the suggestion of the clerk it was agreed to inform the medical officer of the complaint in order to give hint the opportunity to explain t A sad boating accident occurred at Abbey ts lakes neat Wigasv A party from St VVinfreds Catholic church Bootie were boating when one person leaning over to recover an oar capsized the boat Other excursionists rescued those seen In the water but Annie Kerwin a young woman of Liverpooll was missed c and JJ1the1Pj i In the paIee g ounilArntaghJune 28 V tI tVt f y I The catalogue for the first slay included exhibits in horses paintings photo graphs butter honey flowers fruit vegetables and creamery exhibits In comparatively tries was very satisfactory there being 122 exhibits At a meeting of the Directors of the Belfast S Northern Counties Railway Company held in Belfast recently James Cowie was unanimously appointed Traffic Manager of the line in succession to the late E J Cotton Mr Cowie who has been engaged for the past thirty years in the service of the company is extremely popular and his appointment has given general satisfaction- At the consecration of the Most Rev Dr Gaffney as Bishop of Meath on Monday last it is interesting to note that the episcopal basin and ewer used during the ceremonyand the solid silver gilt and engraved chrism salver were made in Dublin The latter watt one of many splendid gifts presented by the people of the Bishops native place and is a beauti ful example of the silversmiths art While a laborer named Patrick Birm ingham was making some excavations in a garden in Thurles he discovered a number of ancient coins about six feet from the surface The coins are in a good state of preservation Some of them bear date 1704 Some months ago the same man discovered a few pieces of coin some yards from where he made the present find and equally deeply embed dedOn Sunday the Confraternity of the Holy Family attached to St Peters par ochial church Drogheda enjoyed very pleasant sea excursion to Warren point There were upward of GOO men and boys accompanied by the fine brass band of the Dublin Boys Brigade The Rev Father Clarke spiritual director of the association was in charge The day was exceptionally fine and a beautiful excur sion was enjoyed Sunday was observed as Decoration day in and around Belfast The Irish Iatriotic Historical Association in conjunction with the Patriotic Ladies of the Daughters of Erin Centenary Club car ried out the work Delegations of willing volunteers met at the society rooms at a very early hour and began the good work The graves within a radius of twenty miles were visited and decorated with choice flowers At the weekly meeting of the Ballin robe District Council John Walsh in the chair a resolution was passed unanimously bringing under the notice of the Mayo County Council the precarious con dition of tenants in towns and the grave necessity there exists for legislation be tween landlords and tenants in towns and cities and that an act should be passed enabling tenants to become own ers of the houses they occupy At the weekly meeting of the Newry Board of Guardians on last Saturday a letter was received from the Local Government Board pointing out that the sal ary of C20 a year for the clerk appeared to be inadequate and that further post ponement of the consideration of the subject as proposed was hardly fair to the clerk considering all the circum stances of the caee They therefore re quested the guardians to reconsider the matter on fourteen days notice A man named Patrick Byrne was driv ing a horse and trap to Mullingar station when the horse ran away He jumped to the ground and succeeded in stopping the animal but not before he had re ceived serious injuries Three other men who were in the trap procuredanother car and conveyed the injured man to Dublin when he was taken to the hos pital He was examined by Drs Curran and Bell and found to be suffering from a severe shock and a fractured leg At a meeting of the Athlone Board of Guardians a discussion took place as to whether coal should be substituted for the turf at present used in the union The likelihood of an increase in the out door relief was pointed out if coal was used and it was resolved that as fuel was badly wanted in the house the master be authorized to receive all turf brought to the house at the tender price until the matter was finally disposed of as to whether turf or coal should he the fuel in the future June 28 the remains of the late Rev Peter Pentony of Kilsaran County Louth were laid to rest in a grave in the parochial church of Kilsaran where for the last twenty years he officiated as pas tor The death of the reverend gentle man was unexpected being suddenly seized with illness on Monday previous as he was preparing to attend a sick call The coffin containing the remains was placed before the high altar surrounded with lighted candelabra and an office and requiem high mass took place There was a numerous attendance of clergy and laity KILLARNEY Ellis Lever has knocked the bottom out of Balfours argument that the Killarney property is too far from any large center of population to be worthy of purchase by the Government as a public park Writing in the St James Gazette Lever says Balfour being member for the eastern division of Manchester must be aware that the counties of Lancashire and Yorkshire alone have a population of nearly eight millions and can reach at a very moderate cost the Lakes of Kil beautyinOldham subscribe about 100000 a year to a going off fundand their holidays are being selected further afield every year Americans travel thousands of miles to see the old country and the continent but there fJs no pore attractive place of natural beauty to them than MKUlarneys lakes and fells Wipe out or shut up Muckrossaud Killarney and the genuine will practically be at an end The gatmj between the Meltona and the fysvitts postponed last Sunday In 9niafternoOnat Anil w JjryIvIIui M LEXINGTON 1 Morning llcrnld Doing What It Cnn to Defeat Senator Goebel Elks TnIr One of the Largest Undertakings of He cent Years I Pretty Wedding of Two hand Motile and Popular Blue grass People SIMPLE SIMONS BUDGET OF GOSSIP Special Correspondence of the Kentucky Irish American LEXINGTON Kv July 21In the last issue of the Kentucky Irish American Bluegrass Belle stated that the morn ing Herald of this city had declared for Goebel It has not and what is more it is doing all it can to insure his defeat The Elks fair is going to be one of the largest undertakings that Lexington peo ple have had in a number of years and from all indications it will by a glowing success The attractions will be such as to draw an attendance of 20000 people dailyThe marriage of Miss Anna Blanche Norman and Mr John L Stephan ski was celebratedat St Pauls church in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends The ushers were Messrs John Stoll John McGurk James Cavens and Frank Hegarty As the bridal party entered the church to the strums of the Lohengrin wedding mrfrch Mr McGurk and Miss Nellie Moran of Covington came first and then Mr Stoll and Miss Annie Cromwell following them were Mr Cavens and Mr Hegarty preceding the bride and groom who advanced to the altar and with their attendants on each side stood before the Rev James P Barry who performed the impressive ceremony of the Catholic church the bridal party all kneeling for the prayer and blessing The bridesmaids were very pretty in white Paris muslin fluffy with ruchings and white aigrette in their hair They carried pink sweet peas After the ceremony at the church an elegant wedding breakfast was served at the home of the bride 190 West High street The decorations of the table were pink andwhite and many happy congratula tions and good wishes were said to the bridal couple during the serving of a de lightful menu The bride who is tall and handsome with dark wavy hair ueycr looked more lovely than in her bridal costume Her gown was of white Paris muslin with wide sweeping ruffle on the skirt and bodice with yoke and sleeves of lace insertion and narrow puffs Both waist and skirt were elabor ately garnitured with an odd ruching of white having the effect of tiny pearl shells The big picture hat was of white leghorn trimmed with ostrich tips and silk net very becoming to the graceful wearer She carried a big bunch of white sweet peas The gifts were merry and handsome one of the most highly ap preciated being a set of bedroom covers for dresser table chairs pillows etc made of rows of Mexican lace work of silk and wide ribbons It was a present from an aunt of the bride Mrs John Byrnes of Louisville being her own hand iwork The bride and groom left after breakfast for an extended trip to Old Point Comfort Washington City New York and into Canada Upon their re turn in about fifteen days they will make their home at the Hotel Reed Mrs James Slavin and daughter Katherine are making an extended visit with relatives in Indianapolis Mrs Andy Hogan and children and Miss Mayme Sheehy left Monday for a two weeks stay at Tarrent John McGurk the well known and popular clerk at Headly Hands is male ing a reputation second to none as a best man John ought to take a pull and really be the best man himself Misses Mary Colbert and Katie Dia mond spent Wednesday last at Natural BridgeMiss Mayme McGarry of Covington is visiting Mrs James Dolan Miss Nellie Moran of Covington is visiting friends in this city Mr and Mrs C J Reagan returned from Des Moines where they went on their bridal tour Miss Margaret Diamond returned home Sundayafter a weeks visit with rela tives at Winchester Mr Zack Council and wife will make their home nt Columbus 0 after this monthMiss Margaret Donlau has returned from a two weeks visit in Georgetown- A fishing club has been organized by some of the Y M I boys who will spend ten days on the river about the middle of August SIMFMJ SIMON a IRELAND LEFT IRELAND The Archbishop Sailed From Queenstown for Home Thursday An Associated Press dispatch from Queenstown says- Archbishop John Ireland of Minne sota sailed for the Untied States Thurs day on board the steamer Britannic A large number of priests and influential people bid the Archbishop farewell be fore the departure of the steamer Archbishop Ireland delivered a power ful address before an immense audience in the opera house at Cork Wednesday evening on the subject of the people of Ireland and temperance The citizen of St Paul will give hi krIvpljnthi t1iItv r4 1 hTo J t It1 PICNIC AND OUTING FOR THE BENEFIT OF SACRED HEART CHURCH Phoenix Hill Park THURSDAY JULY 27 ODIOKISJXS 22fS c I HIBERNIANS I What They Have Been Doing the Past WcekOcneral- News Notes Meet us at Lion Garden Monday night Attend the next meeting of Division 1 hiring your orders for job printing to this office D J OConnell President of Division 35 of Newton Mass is making a tour of Irelandon a bicycle- A fifeand drum corps is being organ ized by members of Division 23 Boston under the leadership of Capt Carroll Pres Stevens though not a Hibernian entered into the festivities of the evening with the enthusiasm of the most loyal CeltDivision 8 of Clinton Mass sent thirteen men to the front with the Ninth Massachusetts and has reason to be proud of its war record The Hibernian Knights of Providence arc preparing for their bazar which will be opened with a grand ball on the evening of November 30 The officers of Divisions 1 and 12 of Providence were installed by County President Quinn last week Iii each case a season of enjoyment followed the ex ercisesThe officers of Division 1 of Faribault and Division 2 of Shieldsville Mimi were installed by State President OBrien who delivered an interesting address at the close of the ceremony The Ladies Auxiliary of Division 3 of Minneapolis installed officers last week After the business session an excellent programme was rendered and refreshments served in abundance One of the happiest Hibernians at the jubilee was Matt Feeley one of the charter members 6f Division 1 but now re siding at Clarks Station He was raised on the hill and his many friends enjoyed lis interesting reminiscences of the old daysThe ceremonies attending the joint in stallation of the officers of the Ladies Auxiliary of Shieldsville and Fcribault Minn closed with the singing of America by all present At the close ice cream and cake were served by the ladiesThe Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Jeffersonville held a very interesting meeting Wednesday evening They had a large attendance and several applications were received The membership is assuming large pro portions and it is gratifying to note the interest taken in the order The annual picnic of the Hibernians of Ramsey county Minn is taking place at White Bear lake beach today Sports and prizes of all kinds are on the pro gramme including dancing boat races base ball tug of war etc Prominent men will address the assemblage during the afternoon and the Hibernian Baud will furnish the music Division 1 Ancient Order of Hiber nians of Jeffersonville held a very inter esting meeting on Thursday evening and had a splendid attendance There were several applications Brother Dan Gill was reported recovered from his recent spell of sickness The committee on the recent picnic made a complete report which showed that they realized a very good sum There was a good attendance at the meeting of Company A Hibernian Knights of Providence in Hibernian Hall last Sunday week in expectation of the election of company officers Timothy J Sullivan was elected Captain Capt Sullivan was notified of his election by telegraph and immediately sent his thanks along with a bountiful supply of mineral waters and cigars Speaking by prominent members and a social time followedAt last regular meeting of Division 1 of the Daughters of Erin in Duluth the County President Mrs James H Sullivan officiatedat the joint installation of the officers of Divisions 1 and 2 After the ceremony had been performed a few short addresses were made dwelling upon Ute benefits of the order all the new officers pledging themselves to work until St Louis county can boast of having the banner division of the State The last meeting of Division 11 of Providence R I was a rousing one The installation of officers was by a banquet and reception at which guests of honbr were State President t Quinn and County President Dillon Vice President John Gray was time re cipient of a handsomely decorated gavel the present of his many friends The State and County Presidents addressed the division giving good advice to th members and newly electedofficers In the synopsis of the history of Division 1 last week we unintentionally omitted the names of James Barry and David OConneli who are now and have fo many years been counted among the leading Hibernians of this city Mr Barry was the Vice President of the division in 1894 and at the annual election was the unanimous choice of the County Board for its President which positio- he ably filled during his term but de chimed reelection because of business engagements 1at required all his time He was very papular and might stillII hold1 time office adJ coneqtt4 td serve He 1 theHallHardH irl r r l I f rPURE mICE CREAMPR- ONE 518 415417 SECOND ST East Side Ico Cream Parlor Attached Absolutely PURE ICE CREAM atjfl a gallon This is as low as Pure Ice Cream can be made for this reason gallon unadulterated ice cream for less than 1 a gallon All Flavors Special Rates to Picnics Etc B L BURKMAN S A ANDERSON BORKMAN ANDERSO- NPAINTERS 1435 West Market St Interior Decorating Hardwood Finishing Graining and Glazing HERE YOU ARE FOR eyREAGAN SALOONP- RESTON AND MARKETI ODORLESS VAULT GLEANING s JOH3V KAieiVEYTelephones 10971820 DRY WELL DIGGING Orders by mall will receive prompt attention BROWN LEGHORNS Average 200 eggs a year Eggs for hatching G cents each Two Cockerels for sale chea- pCHAS D JACQUES f 2422 St Xavier BIG FOUR ROUTET- O IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth Ave S J GAOCM5JS General Agent Louisville Ky E G McCORMICK Pass Traf Mgr WARREN J LYNCH A G P A CINCINNATI O IRISHH 300IETYDIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentEdward Clancy Vice President Thomas Dolan Recording Secretary L D Perranda Financial SecretaryPeter Cusick 132 Twentieth stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings of Each Mouth PresidentWilliam T Meehan Vice PresidentThomas Camfield Recording Secretary J Charles Obst Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keircn DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Wednesday Evenings af Each Month PresidentIatrick T Sullivan Vice PresidentPhil Cavanaugh Recording Secretary JolmCavanaugh Financial SecretaryNoJ Sheridan 2018 Lytle stree- tTreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 WednesdayPresidentJohn H Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThomas J Kelly financial SecretaryGeorge Flahlff 420 East Gray street TreasurerHarry Brady 0eMeets on the First and Third Tuesday Evenings of Each Month President Frank G Cunningham Vice PresidentD J Tierney Recording SecretaryL J Mackey 016rThirteenth stree- tTreasurerM J McCarthy ment are hlghlyapprecll1tediand to him as much for the elegant fixtures and furnishings that OConnellnalso represented tits division as President of the County Board and during his term labored zealously to have time order take steps toward the purchase of erection of a permanent hall and headquarters groat hissuggestion probably sprang the Idea of thepretentliall and the central placeoftheeeyeuKviatouai 11 f J 1 ifi H j l 1 l rb GRAND PICNICTO BB GIVEN BY Division No47 A O H Z1IoN GAR17EN7 MONDAYJULY24Admission fEHR BREWING 60YINCORPORATB D BREWERS flND 5OTTLLRSLO- UISVILLE ICY 1WIGtttt DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEEN- ANK6611a11 I JJ t DOUOh6rtu III UNDERTAKERS 1229 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth I I IIt I SENN ACKERMAN BREWING CO INCORPORATED MAIN =sTREET BREWERY LAGER BEER AND PORTERITS PURE LOUISVILLE KY WILLIAMM D11LANEYSl r EXCHANGEL Seventh and St Catherine Wines Liquors Cigars Frank Fehrs Beer always on tap Special attention paid to orders for family use fiat Imneh Day and Nighti ITALIAN SWISS COLONY WINE CO1 219227 West Jefferson Street WHALLEN BROTHERS Pro rs WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN LIQUORS OF= 7 iLL KINDS Xe1 phone 221OO rOUISIL KY JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14QO1404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY SMITH DUGANA- ll printingIlusicm M D LawlerFIRST CLASSIGrocery and Saloon N W Cor Nineteenth and DuncanII Fine Lunch and Music L WLEncOON I AIM LAWLERS ONARQ JA SUPERIOR 15 OJG53VO CIOAK 7Hamtfetured at EightMnth and Duncan Sfraets fJtoQoil rPeYer f rTW Pape i J 7Ii Jty ti Sft C J CALLAHANr1AKER Boots and Shoes 1708 Seventh Street Work Guaranteed and Repairing Neatly Done HOTEL RIEHEIjIEU CAFE AND RESTAURANT MJsWEENYPROP i221 THIRD AVE DayanfII i i 4liL IPHON 3 6tr I y z Iy l 1