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Digital page images are linked to the text file. s VOLUME VNO 4 LOUISVILLE SATUjpAY JULY 28 1900 PRICE FIVE CENTS VINCENTIANS Large Nuihbor Attend Service at the Sacred Heart Church General Meeting of Conference at St Francis Hall Sunday t Addresses by the Rev Father Flood Ackernmn and Mons Bouchet LOOKING AFTER WAYWARD CHILDRE What is going on here this morning Where did all these men come from wag the query of a gentleman at the Sacred Heart church Sunday morning His query was answered when Rev Father Erasmus approached time altar railing and said My friends it give me pleasure to welcome to our church this morning the members of the St Vin cent de Paul Society The occasion for the foregoing remarks was the presence of the two hundred met who approached holy communion in a body at the early mass The feast of thii saint falls on July 10 but is observedon the Sunday following After a strong appeal for an increased membership from the congregation atber Erasmus told ol the benefits that are promised those whc engaged in works of charity quoting the words of St Paul Charity is greater than faith charity is above hope He closed his eloquent discourse by declar ing that the members of the St Vincent de Paul Society were the pillars of the Catholic church The general meeting of all the confer ences took place in the afternoon in St Francis Hall the opening services being conducted by Rev Father Flood of St Louis Bertrands A short sketch of the life of St Vincent was read by John Doyle after which six new members were received into the society by President Campbellwhich reception makes them members of the organization throughout the world Reports were received from the con re des at the Cathedral St ohnsiSt Patricks St Michaels Sacred Heart St Louis Bertrands St Cecilias and St Philip Neris The committee on special work reported the progress of the Sun dayschool at the House of Refuge but sadly deplored that there was no Catholic institution for boys similar to that con ducted by the Sisters of the Good Shep herd for wayward girls The Chairman stated that what boys gained in the way of religious training during the hour on Sundays was lost during the balance of the week but that the Brothers were working faithfully to accomplish their mission Upon the conclusion of the regular and special business Rev Father Flood who had been invited to address the meeting stated that after several days of study upon the subject he had come prepared to speak on the life of St Vincent de Paul but had enjoyed listening to the sketch read by Secretary Doyle He then spoke on the noble work which the saint had performed during his life and the comprehensiveness of his charity and also of the great good that could be ac complished by the Vincentians especially in furnishing the means to poor children to obtain an education He quoted from a statistical pamphlet issued recently to the effect that there are five million chil drenin this country who arc deprived of education on account of poverty These children said the speaker would grow up uneducated totally unprepared for the great questions of this age making at the best very poor quality of citizens To aid these children would be doing a great work and this the society of St Vincent de Paul would do by furnishing them the necessary clothing and food securing them places in good homes and in various ways In New York from which point I have but recently returned continued Father Flood the census shows an increase of 10 per cent in the population against an increase in the attendance at school of 1 per cent In Philadelphia it is nearly as bad Continuing the speaker dwelt on the many instances in the life of their Lord that were examples for Vinccntians and in closing he wished them all those bless ings which God has promised to those who are charitable to His poor Father Flood was followed by Father Ackerman who stated that he was a stranger comparatively his conference had just been organized but said that much good had been accomplished and he judged that the ranks of the St Via cent de Paul Society would increase and the small membership at present was but the nucleus of a permanent organization in St Philip Neris parish The spiritual director of the society Monsignor Bouohet was asked to say a few word which he did speaking OB the putoral letter of Bishop McCloskey on the question of Catholic education for children lie urged the members of the St Vincent tie Paul Society to see to it that all of their children attended Catho C Hc schoolr and to explain to the tUieof the poor when viritibff them lime aed- a u of such an education i HEAR W MIND A rooting time perfect otdtt and aft- a enjoyable occasion are promised all who MondaYjAugustFrances of Rome church gives its annual picnic The various committees report that arrangements are complete for enter taming a most unprecedented crowd which is one of the chief elements to success All the good people of Louis ville and vicinity are cordially invited A gala day is guaranteed and a hearty handshake will be extended to all by the zealous and popular pastor Rev Thomas White Put these words down on the tablets of your memory Going to Phoenix Hill Park on August 6 and all the rest will be attended to I DOWN TO WORK Bazar For the Sisters of Mercy Arousing Much Interest The meeting at St Francis Hall last Monday night to make further arrangements for the coming bazar for the Sis ters of Mercy was largely attended and LARRY GATTO Chairman Executive Committee much interest was manifested Time presence of so many clergymen added to the enthusiasm among the number being Rev Fathers Lynch Raffo OSullivan Melody Helling Felix Angelo Erasmus Daniel Gausepohl and Monsignor Bouchet Chairman 9Bri appointed NeilCur 4S iprl hrgCaimiltcto escort President Michael J Duffy to the stage who was given a hearty greeting Secretary Thomas Malone RUed the roll which showed that seventeen parishes were represented Chairman Larry Gatto of the Execu tive Committee reported progress for his colleagues The dates and place for hold ing the bazar will be announced at the next meeting when President Duffy will complete the appointment of the remaining committees The alumnae will have charge of one of the principal tables or booths The remaining ones will be assigned to the different parishes in the near future and there will be a spirited rivalry to see which will do the best work Many of those whose services contributed so much toward the success of the bazar for the Sisters of the Good Shepherd last year will take active part Among them is Andy Kast whose enthusiasm and hustling ability gives an impetus that assures success The next meeting will take place Monday evening August 6 at St Francis Hall when all who will assist the Sisters of Mercy are expected to be present The proceedings promise to be very interesting ANOTHER PIONEER James Creagh Dies Sunday Morning After Long Illness James Creagh died at an early hour Sunday morning at his residence 2611 Madison street He was a native of Ire land being born in time city of Limerick but came to this country with his father and mother in 1849 landing in New York City With them he came to this city in 1852 and had since resided here He was for many years a contracting carpenter haying learned the trade with his father and was one of the few living who helped build the Cathedral of the Assumption on Fifth street At the out break of the civil war Mr Creagh joined the Union forces serving with the Tenth Kentucky regiment until it was mustered out Upon his return from the army he resumed his business as a contracting carpentar which he continued until about three years ago when failing health compelled him to cease work Mr Creagh was known as a good em ployer and kind neighbor always cheer full and content who in his last days saw the bright sunset of a calm and useful life about him Besides his wife he leaves one brother Michael Creagh of 1025 pant street to mourn his demise The funeral took place Tuesday morn ing from St Charles church with solemn requiem mass Rev Father Raffo being the celebrant The large attendance at tnted the eeteem in which the deceased WM held After the service att thechurck aaytoneteni being Dennis McCa rfiaJn OCon yWyfhtnt aw adOOti diflwoot kInds oflbat tertt j I UNSURPASSED Archbishop Irelands Preseuta tion of Lafayette Statue to the French Elevates the American Gharac tor and Standard Among Nations- Administrations Policy in the l Philippines Has Not His Approval CONDITION OF AFFAIRS IN MANILA In presenting on behalf of the Amer lean people the statue of Lafayett to the French republic the grea Archbishop of St Paul Monsigno Ireland delivered an address which for eloquence and power has rarely been sur passed It was not only calculated to elevate the American character and standard among the nations of the earth make her flag and ideals respect able and respected in every land but also to light up the hilltops of civilization with an enthusiastic glow of reflecting praise on her progressive people so much so that the Papal Nuncio at Paris made a special report to the head of Christendom Pope Leo XIII and personally even visited Rome to express the gratitude of France and the English speaking world to Monsiguor Ireland foi his power and originality Neither the greatness nor altitude ol Archbishop Ireland is fully known to his countrymen As might be expected suet a leader of men could be the tool of nc man or party he is above either the guardian and protector of all making private interests subservient to the pub lic good On principle by circumstances and conviction he is a Republican in pol itics as long as the party and its repre sentatives or the administration uphold and live up to the true Republican princi pIes but when the Republican party becomes the tool of a few demagogues trusts imperialists and therein Monsig nor Ireland sues its danger and that the public good is sacrificedto the interests jf the few immediately his allegiance to iuch apalrtgezeasw KaYLofitti actaa- Elspaftyjiave eea overlooked or con Boned y him but when the adminis rations policy of dealing with the Philippine Islands was made manifest then he considered his allegiance with the administration ended He could no longer support an admin istration that violated the laws of natural justice and prescriptive rights As the Most Rev Archbishop Chapelle reports the friars have been laboring for nearly 300 years for the civilization of the Phil ippines and whatever of this commodity- is found there can be alone attributed to their selfsacrificing efforts They have made according to nonCatholic author Itiei out of a barbarous people honest sober moral intelligent tractable and industrious citizens During such a period as might be expected from the teachings of the church they were 1mi jued with true democratic ideas of self reliance and independence and now naturally rebuke the autocratic dictation or the present administration- Nor is this alt the examples set by our officers and soldiers are far below the ivilization the Philippines were accus owed to Not later than a few days ago he lamentable condition of affairs as sanctioned by our representatives in Manila was fully exposeddrunken officers and soldiers nurses of similar habits without virtue saloons and bullets lie methods employed in the diffusion of our civilization Who can be astonished at the Philippines resisting to death such nethods and examples And yet the administration is fully aware of these things as well as of the looting of hunches sanctuaries ornaments convents etc without dismissal or recall of the perpetrators Sacred articles as helices clboriums vestments etc can- e found on returning officers and sol tiers or in the pawnshops of San Francisco and other cities without investigation or reprimand No wonder Monsig tor Ireland whose ideas of justice and right are so keen would indignantly protest and cease to belong to a party of obbers and A PA sympathizers if not actual members As Catholics we owe allegiance to no party ask no favors of any but we claim equal rights and will not atand idly by when these rights are gnored or trampled on The late policy of Mr McKinley in fisiting the Catholic University in Washington was no doubt intended as a sop to Catholics but one such diplomatic move wiUnot convert so many wrongs as he hall been a party to into rights What is the complexion of the commission lately Appointed by Mr McKinley Said com mission is authorized to settle the affairs of a Catholic people Not a single Catljo lIc on said commission And yet such men are supposed to settle all disputes egarding church property and rights Is this falrplay fend honesty of purpose The November election will tell We want to favors but demand equal rights tpokat the tilt of the soldiers killed and rounded in the recent war until now retracted and find the Oa Mcalitica VnUritt Hogans White SbaughneMy liggitU Patrick Peters etc and see it- atholics who tfought and eagrifred their ive have aa right J which ahanld be- sepactsd A vote for Uw yruiat od ministration why has so trampled upon lour rights Is onejr the continuation of the same We IK glad therefore to learn that the Archbishop of St Paul has taken anrm stand against the administration iilmigbt be expecte front such abriU tt mind U FATH BAD IN I IifJI First Priest Ordjtad in the United I States Hfsifears of Labor in KMirckyy The first priest dained in the then territory of the l shed States was the Rev Stephen The pore Badiu who Vias ordained by Bishop Carroll May 25 170J He was born In Or ans France July 17 1768 At the breaking out of the French Revolution he was a student in the theo logical seminary e his native city have lug previously red veda classical education at a college itttParis Rather than taktthe curious constitu tional oath young adin with two con panlonsRevs DtJ Plaget and J D David embarkedjjor the United States and arrived in Baltijnore March 28 1792 On May 25 1793 Stephen Badin was ordained priest nut a few months late was selected for II c Kentucky mission Leaving Baltimore on Sept 6 1703 in company with Fat er 11 Barnes the two missionaries travcieU on foot to Pittsburg where they embarked down the Ohio ot a flatboltifFinally toward The close of Novembe the two priests lanued at Lexington and immediately commenced their labors Father Badin said 1 lis first mass in that region at the house of Dennis McCarthy an Irish Catholic After four month Father Badius col eague was obliged to leave Kentucky fo New Orleans Nothing daunted the y uthful apostle fixes his residence near the little chapel and began his career ortoll No pen can picture the hardship anxieties and priva tions which felt to the lot of Father Badir in the hundreds ofmiles of territory with its Catholic population of 300 scat tered all over the States and during his missionary career he must have ridden at least 100000 milesL He was alone for nearly three years Between 1707 and Ife03 three priests were added to the Kentucky misssion twc died and one left for Europe Thus Father Badin was gain alone and from the spring of 1803 vto the summer of 180E his labors were so multiplied that relaxation even for a day was out of the ques I noiJ I jpopulatian was three u was appointed to the mission One by one other priests came and at length iin 1808 Bardstown Ky became an Epis copal See and three years later Bishop Fluget the early companion of Father Badiu was welcomed to the latters six teenfoot square log cabin In 1810 Father Badiu visited his native land rest and recuperation prompted bin to return to Europe Father Badin reo turned to America in 1828 having previ ously spent his vacation ministering ia parish church in hum native city Though the venerable missionary was now in hit sixtythird year he was in vigorous health In the summer of 1830 Bishoj Fenwick placed Him in charge of an Indian mission in In diana While performing his missionary labors among the Pottawatouiie Indians Father Badin occasionally paid visits to the surrounding settlements of whites in Indiana Ohio and Michigan After five years of unremitting toll among the Indians Father Badin found himself prostrated physically andasked to be relieved His request was granted In 1837 he was made Vicar General of Bardstown which office he relinquished after two years and spent the next ten years visiting his missionary fields For two years he labored in Illinois and from 1849 till his death which occurred on priestlyfuncUonsthe woods of Mississippi did not make- Father andaisLatin Badin forget his Homer and Vir over the English on Lake Erie is much admired His Principles of Catholics printed at Bardstown in 1807 was the first Catholic work published in the West a HOME NEXT WEEK yo1 John Whillei and Others Who Have Been Vteltlsg Rome Paris and Ireland ColJohnWhallea and wife Col James Vballen and wife D X Murphy the rchitect and lion John Droege and wife of Covington who have been spending the past three months in Europe are xpected to arrive home now at almost ny hour having landed in New York luring their absence they visited Rome where they were admitted to the presence of Pope Leo Park Berlin Vienna Lou don Liverpool Birmingham Dublin Cork Limerick awl the principal points in Ireland incl 4l1IC the Lakes of Killar icy Blarney Critic and the Giants Causeway Besides the fowjjoiug Miss Mary Mc Mnn Daniel Jfewlon Rick Quinn Ofticer Will Ldhyand sister smith others Who have been amending the petit six week in Ireland are looked for Letters r ceivedby friend here say all have had outing but plaas4kind treatment Col Wbaltari friends contemplated unning f Iped traiii Cincinnati to reet him but U M learned that he was DOt certain wbfi he would reach that lntand prdtef fd to return quietly ualhg the a iMuuent of the plan iowever Uwy tl Idvehiio a warm wl ease u Ida Ic t FEDERATED Union of Catholic Societies Was Perfected Last Sunday Afternoon Hon Edward McDermott the Unanimous Choice For President Successful Outcome of Move ment Suggested by Dr Fowler MEET NEXT WITH TRINITY COUNCIL About eighty delegates were present at Satolli Hall last Sunday afternoon for the purpose of federating the various Catholic lION EDWARD J MDERMOTT Elected President of the Catholic Union societies of this city into a central union mention of which has heretofore been made in these columns The attendance was most gratifying and the best of feel- Ing prevailed John J Barrett was called to the chair after which Joseph Jenkins explained to those who came for the first time theaims jinipurppses ofrthe union The Credentials Committeer Messrs David OConnell John Stickler and Louis Hamel then reported the following addi tional delegates all of whom were seated Mackin CouncilGeorge Lautz James J Shelley Robert Fisher William Ker berg Charles Raidy Vinnie B Smith George Semonis Henry Bloemer Division 4 Hibernians John Hen nessy Jerry Hallahan John Grogan Michael Walsh James Cody Joseph Woods Thomas Langan Thomas Lynch Division 3 Hibernians John Cavan augh Nic Sheridan Phil Cavanaugh Trinity CouncilDr J B Lauimers A J Shreck Branch 2 Knights and Ladies of Amer ica Joseph Vetter Pat Sullivan James Coleman Pat Holly Thomas Keenan John Riley Patrick Liston John Farrell Misses Mary Sheridan Mary Hayden Mary Murphy Mary Corcoran Mary Walsh Mr Mary Mulloy Mrs Emma Muench Branch 5 Knights and Ladies of Amer ica Daniel Turneyr Mike Hoban Frank Andriott Pat Niland Harry Butler Miss Rena Weisenberg Mrs Mary Monahan Upon motion it was decided to proceed with the election of permanent offcers which resulted as follows PresidentEdward J McDermott Vice PresidentDr J W Fowler SecretaryEugene Cooney The election of a Treasurer was post poned till the next meeting There was a general desire to elect Mr Joseph Jen DR J W FOWLER Vice President of the Catholic Union kins to the Sec etarshp which position he had filled so acceptably but he de dined the office because he could not Spare the necessary time Quite a num ber of gentlemen were complimented with votes during the balloting but in each case the election was made unanl moUIDe1egateSmltb of the Catholic Knight addrewed the meeting mak ingi an eloquent speech that wu closely listened to and Wade a decided impres sion upon all present Newton O Roger the rellknown attorney also made aag- gationsthat were appreciated Charle X Taylor Chairman of the oacnrittOT which had fartnulatod s con frrr tsesf r 1 t stitution and bylaws submitted the draft which will come up for action at the next meeting after the election of officers is completed Edmund Rapp the German banker will be the unanimous choice of the body for Treasurer if he will accept the office The next meeting will be held at the ball of Trinity Council East Gray street on Sunday afternoon August 6 when several more societies are expected to send delegates The Catholic Union for such it will be called starts off most auspiciously Its officers and members are all men of the highest standing in this community con servative and patriotic This movement was suggested by Dr J W Fowler a number of years ago and the successfu outcome of the undertaking which we have always advocated is cause for congratulation I INTERESTING MEETING Large Audience Entertained Wednesday Night by Hibernians The announcement in these column last week that Division 4 of time Ancicn Order of Hibernians would hold a social session Wednesday night was sufficient to put all on the qui vive and fill fiber nlan Hall Every chair was occupied when President John Hennessy opened the meeting Seven new members were balloted for and elected and four applica tions referred to committees Messrs James McNerncy Matt Healy and Pat nest were initiated into the order after which Secretary Grogan read the appoinlinentof the following stand ing committees Fines John A Murphy Joe McGinn Harry Brady Thomas Lynch Joseph WoodsFinanceJohn Hellon John Shaugh nessy George Shea Literary David Reilly John Grogan Thomas Langan DurkelEdwardThe members of Division 4 determined to boom the Hibernian Knights and wilt pay the company initiation fee for allI securing new members for the division This is a move in the right direction and will help materially in recruiting the membership theKnights which should be swelled to the proportions of a bat talionCounty President Keen M qntt and in an eloquent and interesting manner suggested theado lion of a olic- ythatrwouldbe conducivveftohe gr wtih and prosperity of the organization His remarks were convincing Before con eluding he complimented Division 4 and its members upon the good work they are now doing Alter the regular order of business had been gone through all were invited to partake of the hospitality of the division which had been prepared by Wilt lam Ansbro and Jerry Hallahan For two hours the loving cup was kept moving Mike Hoerty rendered one of his comic songs in excellent style and was fol lowed by James Kenealey whose singing received several encores Dave Reilly1 Irish Jubilee made the usual hit and convulsed with laughter his hearers Not the least interesting was the danc ing of Jerry OKeefe and Pat Carey Mike Walsh related the story of his adventure with a spy and peeler in Ireland it which he thrashed the one and scared the other out of the county After other pleasantries the social session was dis solved all having had a good time ANNUAL OUTING Father Sheridans Qongrosa tion Will Gather at River view Tuesday The annual gathering of the members of St Michaels church of which Rev Leather Sheridan is the hard working and beloved pastor will take place Tuesday at Rlverview Park The affair will be under the management of James McBride misted by a committee composed of Messrs John Broderick Robert Mitchcd nd Dalton Joseph Rickelman John ichildt Phil Hendricks James Ratigan VilHam Hendricks John D Rudd Toni iavage Dennis Gleason A Sheridan and others who will be prepared to make all arry away pleasant memories of the oc asion The dining room will be in charge of Mesdames Brekley and Gleason and he ladies of the Altar Society Luncheon rill be served as well as dinner and supper and all will receive prompt and indly attention One of the most at ractive spots will be the refreshment stand presided over by Misses Mary Mc Elliott Mary Toomey and the young ladles and gentlemen of the sodalities here will be a fine orchestra present and uo charge will be made for dancing By aU means go and get a most palatable din uer and have a good time while helping long the noble workof Father Sheridan S sSREMOVAL OF GROCERY Will Mehl the wellknown West End grocer for the past three years at Eight Ieenth and Chestnut has removed to Fif Leatb and Maple streets where he has- Ioneof the best equipped stores in the city okl friends will accompany him to his new stand His goods and price are always justj and those in that neigh orbood will uqt regret giving him their atrotiage Canaries have beta known to live eatyq oe yssni r r rwtk C FIELD OF LABOR Three More Unions Become Affiliated With time Cen tral Body Largely Attended and Busy Meeting Held Last Sunday Afternoon The Labor Day Celebration and Parade Promises to Sur pass All Others ONLY UNION MEN TO PARTICIPATE There was an unusually large attend ance of delegates present at the regular monthly meeting of the Central Labor Union held at Becks Hall last Sunday afternoon Since the uniting of the inbodies there has been awakened an in creased interest in all matters pertaining to labor among the trades unionists of this city which has been greatly en couraged by President John Fuchs the able executive of the Central Labor UnionThe Credentials Committee reported favorably upon the following delegates who were scaled three more unions thereby becoming affiliated Retail ClerksMax Gundelfingcr Joe SchultzCarpenters aunt Joiners Edwin Van meter Philip Schleirmer Allen Bryan German Typographia Humphrey Knecht Robert Bahlan George Wolf Journeymen Barbers Henry Willets Federation of MusiciansA Huber Paul Mueller Henry Schweitzer Other credentials were received but r action was deferred until the next meet ing because of irregularities Secretary Young presented quite an amount of correspondence the most im portant being one from the Meat Cutters and Packers stating that the Cudahy Packing Company establishments of Chi cago South Omaha and Kansas City were strictly union and had nothing to do with the nonunion concern in Wisconsin Others received and favorably acted ugym were from the International Broom L t J1LJ c MakersT ftsITiJg neTHuWseiiJtlBLfcPrkBWs latieljfrbm the Cincinnati boot and shoe workers and garment workers urging union men to demand the union label and one from the American Federation of Labor asking financial aid for the locked out cigarmakers of New York City which was referred to affiliated unions The Central Labor Union insists on the union label on all printed matter and for this reason would not consider the request of the Kentucky Childrens Home Society to assist in the sale of tickets for the tourney to be given at Fountain Ferry Park next month The differences existing between the Indianapolis Brewing Company the result of an apparent misconception of the true facts in the case were referred to the executive board of the latter There is no boycott on the Indianapolis product only union men being employed by the companyPresident Fuchs announced the addl tion of the following to the Labor Day Committee Humphrey Knecht Anton Huber and Joseph Schultz Much to the regret of all delegates Secretary Zeno Young tendered his resig nation as his term of office as a delegate would expire August 1 Humphrey Knecht who had held the position for many years was placed in nomination by fames McGill and elected by acclamation The Labor Day Committee made its report which was well received This year special attention will be given to every thing connected with the parade Nothing will be allowed to appear which does not bear the stamp of unionism including horses and carriages as well as floats After the transaction of other routine business the meeting was adjourned to neet again August 20 There was a goodly gathering of trades 7 unionists at Becks Hall last Friday night to arrange for the celebration of Labor lay Several more unions communicated heir intention of taking part in the parade which promises to be of immense a proportions and much progress was made Res lions were adopted that only morsel Jod iu union shops would be allowed in the parade nor will signs or ransparencies painted in other than union shops be given place August J Kline of the Pattern makers Union was elected Chief Mar shalof the parade and was authorized to name his own aides The selection of Mr Kline was a popular one and give eneral satisfaction The question as to who should be in vlted83 guests was definitely settled the ecision being that none but bonafide ibor men should be recognized Harry J Skeffington of Boston will be the orator of the day and wIn deliver an i ddress well hear iThe route of thgoingparde will be de J minorrmimmesctails completed Because of the great pease incurred this year an admission J fee of ten cents will be charged to park J ickets are now read for duUributipniY and Cad be obtained from Treasurer Wlliam Wathen The colored unions will also take part in the celebration and are making arj increments for a big picnic Another leeUnei of the committee wahvldjji flbt and these wilt coiitim FddaJ tat Becks galll JUt PrkIay In August U U li tS5SiJSJy iei iliiJ ikiltvili i ijiv K 1ICISI1IL4 V au r C KENTUGKY IRISH flMERlCM IIIIIIUsNIIM1111 Ooretod to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irlsk Americans VIJJIAlL M IiIQQIlM PubliYUer SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY go Bnlered at the LowUvlllo Postofflce as SecondClass Matter U4uru1 C8llur alcaUenl to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West artea Street V LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JULY 28 1900 rOUQHT fO BE IMPEACHED Under the law any city official or I employe owing the city taxes must payor the amount is deducted fro his salary It is the duty of the I City Attorney to enforce the col lection of city taxes and if not Paidwithin the specified limit to sue the delinquents The City At torney has been quite active iin pushing suits for city taxes even against those whom the courts have adjudgedexempt if not wholly a least in part The City Attorney has claimed and has been accorded edit for his zeal in this line of his duty and the City Council has en couraged and aided him by investigating officials and employes alleged to be delinquent in taxes or u other indebtedness to thecity This t was proper In view of this the development that the City Attorney drawing a salary of 5000 a year from the city is and has beenfor two years a delinquent owing the city taxes for 1898 explodes a bomb that 1 scatters all the glory about the City Attorney places him in a discredit able position and calls for an in vestigation by the Council of that official and others whose failure tto do their duty under the law is little short of malfeasance meriting im peachment The officials whose duty it is to levy distraint warrants t to deduct indebtedness to the city horn city officials salaries have neglected their duty and certainly the City Attorney whose dutyjjsi s I to sue d tin quenttaxPY ors has been guilty of violating the law in not paying his taxes as required of all city officials and employes though he has not failed to do his full duty in this respect with others even policemen firemen and minor employesWhat will the Council do in this matter If any member of the Executive Boards or any of their employes were indebted to the city we know what they would do If the City Attorney were a Democrat and guilty as he is shown to be not only of delinquency in city taxes but of neglecting his plain official duty to continue and shield his delinquency all the while drawing his salary in violation of law that it is his duty to have enforced the Council would at once and very properly proceed to impeach and remove him from office But the City Attorney is not a Demo crat Does that make any difference Does that give him a special roi privilege and exempt him from pitying the city what he owes while he holds a city office and draws a large salary It is up to the City Council and can not be dodged by the City Attorney acknowledging his delinquency as he has done and arranging to pay as he prom ises to do He admits he has J violated the law and neglected his duty What will the Council do about ft d1 THOSE CHINESE LIES The news from China concerning the Boxer revolt the murder of foreigners and destruction of property has for a month been a con glomeration of contradictions so that It was iBipoMible to arrive at any understanding These reports generally were from irresponsible parties unsigned and often undated Official reports if allowed to be nt in that time with two excep ns Were riot published the two xceptiows being the prompt reports f the assassination of the German mister In Pekinand the Japanese ry pf Legation at a railway f which were officially rep fc their reaptctfoe Govern ments with the details and the statement that they were the victims of mobs which the Chinese Govern andmwould punish the murderers These reports were also formally sent to Chinese Ministers in all countries and by them reported to the respect ive governments and generally pub lishedThree weeks ago came the report via Shanghai and London that all Ministersthad been murdered and legations and other property destroyed in Pekin The date was given as June 29 Other reports from the same source have reiterated and given details of these atrocities giving different dates the latest alleging that the massacre occurred July 7 Reports of similar butcheries and destruction in other parts of China from the same ShanghaiLondon source always alleging by the way that Chinese officials and troops have connived at and in some cases Howt ever strange it may seem no Chinese Minister at any seat of government no Consul of any government at open ports in China or business firms having representatives there have received any such report the only reports of outrages they have received being isolated cases of attacks by mobs property burned and some killed and wounded and that their representatives generally have sou ht protection in cities Seine guardedly Chinese and other1 ii v v tnxto i i v ofn I f r In the ireaume the United States Government by arrangement with the Chinese Minister sends a dis patch to Minister Conger in Pekin who had been reported murdered in the cipher of the State Depart ment which only the Minister and his Secretary could understand and in a few days a reply in the same cipher signed by Minister Conger was received by the State Depart ment at Washington This was followed by an edict from the Chi nese Emperor to all governments through his Ministers stating that Pekin had for a time been in con trol of the mob the German Minis ter murdered and other foreigners including the Ministers attacked but that the Chinese Government had defended rescued and was now protecting them was making every endeavor to suppress the revolt and would punish the offenders This was official bearing the seal of the Emperor and Was delivered to all governments in the proper diplo matic way through the Chinese MinistersAll or reliable telegraphic dispatches from China concerning pubic affairs are sentbyror must pass the approval of Viceroy Sheng the Superintendent of Telegraph and he denies that he ever sent or authorized the sending of any of the telegrams concerning the whole sale massacre of the Ministers in Pekin and of foreigners in other parts of China via Shanghai and London Further it seems the Chinese officials in Pekin knew nothing of such reports having been sent until notified by their Minister at Washington and immediately the Emperors edict denying the reports is issued to all governments But the ShanghaiLondon liar is not done He questions the authen ticity of Minister Congers reply to our State pcpartment and the gen uineness of the Chinese Emperors edict and insists that no govern ment but the AmeriCan accepts tbemr charging they art tbut evidences of Chinese duplicity aod helYCtUae8IllesButtbe1 are at least consistent with every formal oreqaMtt of geaainaraw i and thus far are verified by consular and other reports while the reports of the murders and outrages and those later disputing the authentic ity of the Conger dispatch and the Emperors edict are all unofficial unverified and contradictory and all from the same source via Shang hat and London Dispatches from those places have long since earned a reputation not for veracity or cor rectness These dispatches via Shanghai and London are not Chi nese lies This telegraphic line is owned controlled and managed by England and ever since it has been in operation has been noted as the purveyor of fakes lies misrepre sentation and slander of everything in the Far Eastand the dispatches over this line long ago earned the phrase Chinese lies commonly used in referring to palpable untruths It is certainly discreditable to the city to send her fire engines to Cin cinnati to be repaired and it is proper for the Council to investi gate the matter It would not be surprising however if the result be a boomerang and the Council be shown partly responsible for it Their haggling over every bill presented from the Executive Boards has about disgusted Louis ville employers and business men until they do not care for city work The repair of fire engines is a specialty which few foundries have the facilities to do The Council man who introduced the resolution claimed there is a Louisville firm willing to do the work cheaper than the Cincinnati firm The name of the Louisville firm is not mention ed nor is the cost of the repair- given Is there a firm that stands in with the Council which wants that work and is kicking because it has not been given them Now that the investigation has been or dered turn on the light full Fire engine work has always been the subject of criticism by econ omists but to no avail It is a specialty requiring special facilities and iworkmenCheaplebor and ordt unYdriean trd9jr satisfactorily as has been de monstratedand like all specialties it must be paidand like all specialties those who know nothing about it claim to know it all The Boers last week captured a supply train and its guard carried off the supplies arms and ammuni tion tore up the railroad and cut the telegraph wires The guard were then released to walk to Pre toria and report the British re verses to Gen Roberts Gen Rob erts seems unable to proceed beyond Pretoria his outposts are harassed his lines of communication attacked and his supplies captured He has not yet effected a junction with Gen Buller every attempt to do so being frustrated by the defeat of the advance British cavalry scour the country but can neither inter cept nor overtake tIle Boer com mandos Since Roberts entered Pretoria and Buller passed Laings Nek both have been on the defen sive to maintain their positions and lines of communication being con stantly manaced and frequently attacked with loss the Boers carrying off supplies arms etc but release the prisoners to make their way back to the British camp As the Boers hold the mountainfastnesses are familiar with the country and suffer small loss capture supplies arms and ammunition the Boer I war seems to have reached that stage where it can go on indefiu t- elythe British thus furnishing them the supplies and munitions of war It is authoritatively and officially announced that the Most Rev Archbishop Keane DD former rector of the Catholic University in Washington D C has been appointed Archbishop of Dubuque Iowa Thin is a most gratifying place of news to every wellmean ing and rightminded Archbishop Bishop and clergyman io the United States tuweli as a tribute to the stability ewnettaess and true Catholicity of the noble learned and beloved Archbishop ICeane Mftjtoltve long w direct the af t YJ fairs of his new archdiocese with tha wisdom and prpgresmveness characteristic of1 M past career The Chinese situation is are minder of the famous Chinese puz zle soo Albert Brennan will leave Wednesday for Cape May 4 Miss Kate Whallen spent the past week with friends in Bardstpwn i Spaulding Colemag was among the LouisYfllianif visiting Chicago this week Miss Rose Zoehlen returned home after spending two weeks with friends in Lakeland Ky Miss Mamye Jacques left yesterday for Redkey Ind on a visit to her sister Mrs Philip Doud Miss Florence Tucker was this week the charming guest of Miss Florence Atkinson in Bardstowti Judge and Mrs Sterling B Toney and Major Fitzgerald are expected home today from French Lick Springs Miss Lucy Humphrey has returned home after a delightful visit with Miss Mattie Wilson in Bardstown Misses Mollie and Margaret Carr of Charlestown spent several days in Jeffer sonville with Mrs E E Carr Misses Nonie Byrne and Agnes Boland of New Albany are visiting at St Marys of the Woods near Terre Haute Frank Simon of the Glanbeusbote who has been quite ill left Monday for a season at West Baden Springs Miss Florence Byrne who is visiting friends in Lexington will visit the sea side before returning to Louisville The many friends of Mike ODonnell will regret to learn that he is again ill at his home Twentieth and Bank streets Miss Ella Malay of Jeffersonville is withsher cousin Miss Ida McBride in Mrs Bernard Bush and little daughter are visiting in Clairmount Ky where they will spend two weeks with relatives Mrs T A McGuire and Mrs Hugh McLennan who arrived here Tuesday have returned to their homes in Shelby ville Miss Isabel OBrienan attractive New Albany girl arrived home Tuesday from Seymour where she had been visiting friends I iOliss JO Sea elL turaedkkotsictbis- wcekafter deligtitfulvis YitobongRunJl Ky where elie wastthVTguest of Mrs Tucker T Miss Margaret Rapp spent the past week with Mrs John Auger in Madison Ind where she received marked social attention Another young Hibernian has been presented to Will Rellly who declares the little fellow the most promising boy in Limerick Mrs Barney Campbell wife of the wellknown manufacturer and contractor was among this weeks guests at West Baden Springsof Mal J Shaughnessy arrived here from Dayton this week aud will spend a mouths vacation with his parents on West Oakstreet Mr Ben Wolf of this city left this week for Cincinnati Before returning home he will spend a few weeks in Springfield Ohio William Claires friends will regret to read that he is confined to his home 1705 Magazine street suffering from an attack of rheumatism v Dennis C Sullivan the well known switchman who has been seriously ill at his residence 1314 West Broadway may have to submit to an operation Misses Lillie and Mbllie Keiran two of the most popular girls ia the East End returned home this week after visiting in Mississippi Tennessee and Arkansas Mrs Katie Costigan one of our most pleasing and artistic augers accompanied by her daughter MisaMarie has gone to Hardin Springs where they will enjoy a vacation William Otto oae of the wellknown young men of the WeEnd has gone to West Baden where kswill spend his summer vacation returning about the middle of August John Doran with the Illinois Central after two weeks illness at his home on Tyler avenue was today reported much better his physicians saying he may soon return to his dutiesi Vise Mary McGratk wko was severely injured in a wheel collision last Monday and was for several Aayi confined to her hone on Locust atmtr jWfersonville has almost entirely ryaowiwi r MiMea Margaret 3tiaikerii and Nora Crawford are enjoying themselves at West Baden Springs IKHH where they go to Chicago to sprnd several weeks with KIN Crawfofcfi baar KnAp r Afire Anne Carr 4the Evening Poet left Tuesday fur the North weat with the Kent PNM AMoeU tioa Before retu wlUvWUhe pdMcipal ltawwr In Michigan cud WiiconsI f 1 UttleMies Jwillt arrive home tomorrow ouwhere the line been i yset month wWa hoe aut 1 litho t tf l rtrandmotber1Mrs Pat Bannon President of the Louis yule Sewer Pipe Works and one of the most popular Irishmen in Kentucky is this week enjoying his annual sojourn at West Baden Springs The Journal pays him a handsome compliment Among the fairest of this weeks visit ors is Mrs Herman Justi of Chicago who is the guest of Mrs Edward j McDermott at Crescent Hill Mrs Justi was before marriage Miss Maggie Demo yule a leading Nashville belle Edward Shea and Miss Kate ONeill popular young people of Jeffersonville were married last Monday evening at the home of the bride on Illinois avenue Rev Father OConnell of St Augus tines performing the ceremony Dr Louis A Broring the wellknown and successful dentist of 434 West Market street and his charming wife have re turned home after a delightful two weeks trip to the Eastern seashore They also visited New York Philadelphia and Washington Mrs William Riley of New York arrived here Wednesday to spend several weeks with her sister Mrs James Wolfe Eighth and Oldham streets Her son John came with her During her stay here Mrs Riley will be the guest of honor at numerous social functions There is rejoicing in the West End over the arrival ofa chic girl baby last week at the residence of James Spellman 2830 West Market street The event effected the recovery of the happy father from his recent illness and many con gratulations have been sent him Quite a number of parties are being formed by young society people who will attend the lawn fete to be given at Thir tieth and Broadway on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings August 7 and 8 The proceeds will be devoted to charity and other good works conducted by Rev Father Cunningham The arrival last week ofa pretty girl visitor explains the exceeding happiness of John Riordan the well known Limerick grocer The mother and child are both doing well and the proud father has been kept busy receiving congratula tions Preparations are being made for celebrating the event at the family residence Eighth and Oldham streets Misses Lillie and Del Keiran entertained at their home Wednesday evening in honor of Miss May Callahan of Pulaski Tenu Those present were Misses Norma and Mollie Keiran Eflle Marshall Joe and Mollie Scannell Lillie and Del Keiran and Mary Keane of Memphis Messrs Joe Herbst Phil Schlemmer Theo Dolly John Bishop Guy Bowser Prank Roberts Fred Wil son George Hendricks and Eddie Keiran The surprise of the week in social cir cleswas the announcement of thecngage le1torM AdelelUarda Kan tfmuelleir and Dr WIlliam C Pfingst son oYTPerdU nand Pfingst Miss Kampfmueller is the daughter of Dr Kampfmueller Seventh and Broadway and since herdebut has occupied leading position inLouisville society where she is noted farther beauty and many lovable traits of character The wedding will not take place till next springMisses Julia Mullen Annie Connelly and Katie Lynch three popular young ladies of Jeffersonville gave a delightful outing Monday evening at Arctic Springs in honor of their guests Charles Dowling and sister of Atlanta They were also assisted by the Lawn Tennis Club which awarded the tennis prizes to Miss Julia Mullen and Charles Dowling Among the pleasing features was the rendition of several difficult vocal solos by Misses Connelly and Lynch two of the most artistic and promising young singers of Jeffersonville NOVEL AND EXCITING The Contest Now Going on Between Railroad Conductors A novel and exciting contest is that now going on between the railroad con ductors running out of Louisville The manner in which this contest came about shows to what proportions a very small beginning will sometimes attain Several railroad men and their friends were dis- Cussing the question as to who among the conductors was the most popular man running out of Louisville then to settle the dispute the proposition was made to get some society of this city to offer a lantern to be voted for the question to be decided in favor of the one receiving the largest number Mackin Council took up the matter and is now having made a beautiful sterling silver lantern which will be awarded to the conductor receiving the highest vote between now and September G The contest will be concluded at a lawn fete to be given by the council on the clubhouse grounds on the evenings of Sep tember 5 and 0 The lantern will be placed on exhibition in the window of Rodgers Krull on Fourth avenue when it arrives from the silversmith and will be of beautiful design and exquisite finish Already quite a large number of con doctors and their friends are taking a lively Interest in the contest which promises to be an animated and close one Ballots way be secured by apply ing to any of the members of Mackin Council The standing of those Entered will be announced in these colnms next weekend every two weeks thereafter MATT W1NN BETTER Matt WiuR the wellknown Fourth venue tailor and Grand Knight of the KaigbU of Cplumbu iwbo underwent uccewfa operation at 3t Josephs In tolet to abletotI 1d + if Your Teeth1 1Ifthey need attention there is no better place to have them fixed than at t- heLouisville Dental Parlors III 544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avenue Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you right REMEMBER THE PLACE Louisville Dental Parlors C33E3 iOU1zTIIC ST CENTRAL COAL IRON COINCOKPORATBD 410 WEST MAIN STREET Miners and Dealers in RENDER AND COAL ALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION All Sizes Anthracite Coal on Hand Tel 167 and 2324 oeeprnqFenmaniTht hoillz fill Tyerdrttfn9 TeJeyraghy fend for hlalyut Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line Graduates of this college preferred 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SUPERIOR OE1rTTOYQAR 1207 Wat Kiln Start LoobtUlt i dih + RfJ3Ny iUO ti Y IRX a AMEROANae H c THE KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANHas upon its Fourth Volume The promises made to its readers and friends in the first issuer 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 Kentucky Irish American for the coming year willmake features of Irish News Church News Society News Home News Labor News Sporting News It is a FirstClass Weekly Journal which is printed and mailed on Fridays so that its city readers may take advantage of the announcements it contains and be directed where to make their Saturday purchases vMXThis will result in great benefit to 9r 4k radvertisers who should remtmbeber theAAAfllct c 4 that it has the Official Indorsement of the CENTRAL LABOR UNION And the Representatives of the Trades Unions of Louisville 1vi Tile SUDS6rlDtion rr166 IS ONLY II 1 PER YEAR Invariably in advance and for this smallsum we promise to continue to issue one of the brighest cleanest newsiest Irish American newspapers in the United States We will endeavor to furnish our readers a fearless liberal and honest publicationone that may be relied upon for its every word SUBSCRIBE NOW z z z z Advertisersr Will serve their interests best by sending in their copy as early in the week as possible They will find that advertisements placed in 11this paper will be productive of the best results as it now has a very large circulation among the best class of our citizens w Address all Correspondence and Business Communi cations to the KENTUGKY IRISH AMERGNm j63TGREEUTRIJT4a SEPARATIONS They May Be Procured With out Offending the Church The question is not infrequently asked what must Catholics do who on account of an unfortunate and unhappy marriage can not live together without the greatest danger to body and soul Also what remedy has the church for a wife perhaps burdened with children with a hus band who instead of providing support for herself and little ones rather squan ders his means riotously in drinking and such like excesses and returns to his home constantly Intoxicatedwith blasphemies and menacing threats on her life and that of the children One well versed in ecclesiastical andchurch law submits the following response to the two queries which merits careful readingIt be remembered in the first place that an absolute divorce iie a divorce by which either party to a valid marriage can marry again is never granted by the church that should either such party attempt another marriage they become thereby excommunicated Dut in cases where there is great danger to soul and body the church authority hav ing been previously consulted and hav ing duly weighed the reasons and cir custances of the casemay give permission to the oppressed party for a separation from bed and board Yea even can give permission to have recourse to the civil tribunal for such a separation for the civil effect and protection of the injured partyBut it must be borne in mind that such party must first consult the pastor or diocesan tribunal appointed for in vestigating and deciding such matters Should a Catholic therefore first proceed to the civil tribunal to seek a separation from bed and board it must be remem bered that such are guilty of sin and liable to be punished according to the prudent judgment of the Bishop of the diocese in which they live The same regulations of course apply to a Catholic who has married a nonCatholic such marriage having been previously made valid and lawful by a previous dispensation As the pastor is the proper person to consult when mar riage is about to be contracted so natur ally he should be approached first when the question of a separation arises and not as many unthinkingly do first rush to their lawyer Marriage having been elevated from a mere civil contract to the dignity of a sacrament jurisdiction ever finding and loosing from it belongs to the ihJjrch RECENT DEATHS Mrs Mary Corrigan wife of the late Peter Corrigan died at If home on Lytle street Wednesday evening Her ahllnikBTchurchYesterdaYf I1itti i Michael McDonald aged twentythree years died Wednesday night at the resi dence of his uncle James McDonald 823 Ballard street He was well known and had a wide circle of friends who deeply regret her untimely demise His fnneral took place yesterday morning from St Johns church Mrs Lucy Devine a wellknown and most esteemed lady died Saturday night at the residence of her daughter Mrs Frank Manley 734 West Market street ffhe deceased had led a Christian and useful life and her demise is sincerely mourned by many friends and acquain tances Besides Mrs Manley she leaves two daughters Misses Sarah and Annie Devine Her funeral was largely at tended at the Cathedral Tuesday morning where requiem mass was sung for the repose of her soul Dennis Burns for half a century a resident of this city died last Saturday morn ing at his residence 350 Nineteenth street after an illness of ten weeks He was born in County Kerry Ireland in 1838 When fourteen years old he came to America locating in this city with his brother John who had preceded him All these years Mr Burns has resided in the West End and was among its oldest inhabitants While a young man he learned the tailoring trade and during his life worked for the leading merchants of the city He is survived by three children Rev Father John Burns of Huqtsville Ala and William and Miss unerallwaschurch Tuesday morning when solemn requiem mass was sung Father Burns being thecelebrant assisted by Fathers Kelleher and Crane the latter deliver ing a touching funeral sermau The re mains were interred in St Louis ceme tery AMERICAN WINNERS The American athletes carried off nearly all the honors at the international sports at the Paris Exposition last week 4hcir performances were marvelous and surprised the Europeans John Flana gan of New York won the worlds championship in the hammer throwing contest IrishAmericans were well rep resented in the list of prize winners among them being Cregan of Princeton University Garrett of Princeton Hayes of Michigan Holland of Georgetou Minahan of Georgetown Moloney of Chicago and others who succeeded in capturing championships or standing well up in twentyfour contests 19 MICHIGAN AND RETURNA DELIGHT FUL TRIP VIA STEAMER MANITOU rot Wednesday August 15 the Monon Route will sell tickets from Louisville via Chicago and steamer Manitouthe finest- boat on IakeMichlg ntoMackinacP- etoekeYI Day View Wequetonsing arid sister resorts at the remarkably low rate of f10 for the round trip Tickets will be good returning fifteen days Bookings should b made at once aa the party 1rII- Ibetliwitedto aocotmuodAtiont aaaigncd Particular ot 1ft H Bacon rD P o Lo Yws xJ IRISHH 8 SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month President Thomas I Dolan Vice PresidentTim J Sullivan Recording Secretary L D Perranda Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy SergeantatArms hu Killeen SentinelTim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan CampfieldRecording Financial Secretary John T Keener 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets WednesdayEvenings President Patrick T Sullivan CavanaughRecording Financial Secretary N J Sheridan 2018 Lytle stree- tTreasurerGeorge J Butler DIVISION 4 Meets on the Secondand Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Herinessy LynchRecording an Financial SecretaryGeorge Flahiff 420 East Gray street LanganTreasurerHarry SergeantatArms Jerry Hallahan Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 NEW ALBANY Meets the Second and Fourth Thursday Evenings at Holy Trinity Hall President Dan Walsh Vice President John Winn Recording SecretaryJohn P Flynn- FlnanciarSecretaryJames OHara TreasurerJohn McBarron DIVISION 1 JEFFERSON VILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentWilliam Reilly PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentJohn Kinney Recording SecretaryDan Gleason Financial SecretaryFrank Hogan TreasurerMichael Kenne- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month President Charles P Feeney First Vice PresidentThos D Claire MurphyRecording DyrneTreasurerThomas TarpeySergeantJohn KenneySentinelTimothy BETTER SPORTS Louisville May Soon Have au 4 Cf iSri GlUDj 1 There is a movement now on foot to organize an athletic club here represent ative of Louisville that will be conducted fairly and where people will get a run for their money Much dissatisfaction and disgust has been caused by the pal pable fake contests pulled off in this city since the last Derby but there need be no surprise when it is known that the club consists of but two men one of whom acts as President manager and referee while the other is the silent partner The public has at last got onto the schemes notwithstanding the glowing announcements they have succeeded in working off on the daily papers until now their affairs attract only a small crowd One of thoseposted in pugilistic matters stated that a square contest has not been pulled off here thiswinter that when the club goes above the fifteencent limit it is out of its class By all means llot Louisville have a legitimate and hon estly conducted athletic club one that will not impose on both press and public YOUNG HEARTS UNITE Invitations were issued this week for the wedding of Martin Higgins and Miss Margaret King which will take place at the Dominican church Wednesday after noon August 22 Both are well known and have hosts of friends who will read with pleasure this announcement The brideelect is the daughter of John King West St Catherfnelstreet whose pleasing disposition and winsome manner have won for her ninny admirers The fortunate groom has for several years past been with the Louisville Nashville rail road The ushers will be John Shaugh nessy and John King The ceremony at the church will be followed by a recep tion and wedding dfnner at the King res idence after which the young couple will leave for the South visiting several cities on their bridal trip RUMORS OF CHANGE For several days past rumors have been current that George Rhodes for many years connected with the Louisville Nashville shops wouldsoon resign his position having acquired an interest in the Melton Undertakingi Company His departurefromsuccess in hiS new vacation STREET RAILWAY EMPLOYES PICNIC The secoad atJBwi picnic and cake walk of the street employes takes place at Phoenix riMY Monday night The indications ar it will be one of the largest of the tnIaoti Pleasing feature will be vocall iwleetiousz and cakewalks and a cotfowt ilir Morbach a band p Gtorge iarnettg jpopulfcr employ of the LouUville Sfc ttftrityaUt railroad luu icceived a deMrNp ia Mid now hold aJsrnun in the main Office et ii i R i RETURNED T J Wathen the wellknown ice cream manufacturer and confectioner has received many witty bon mots during the past summer but the following written on one of the tags marked When empty return to T J Wathen which accompanies each freezer of cream will please his many friends WIZEN EMPTY RETURN J WAT1IKK All right Since February last one yetr six months ago Ive been right empty all the time as well you seen to know So now Ill take you at your word Ill case this empty pain To T J Wathen Ill return and fill up once again Fill up onIIsalt bread rising and chick ens fried so brown Yumyutnl I I feel like I could gulp a dozen chickens down Pill up on yellow butter and biscuit and preserves I Im one who gets a darn sight less than the devil himself deserves When empty return to T J Wathanl I only live to learn Thanks generous friend tm empty and Ill certainly return To think about those good things it almost makes me scream Your charlotte russe your buttermilk your cakes and fine ice cream Return to T J Wathen Ill do it if I but You are the very sort of man all empty men should trust QUITS THE RACE Thomas Gilmore has announced his withdrawal from the Congressional race The only name prominently mentioned for the nomination is that of County Judge Gregory The Democratic Com mittee will meet next week to consider the method nominating a candidate THE CHINESE A P A IThe Boxers or Chinese A P A have put in circulation a tract upon the doc trines and practices of Christianity Among other crimes attributed to the Christian missionaries was the following The missionaries gather in Chinese babies to baptize them and under the name of baptism drown them Next they bake them into pies and eat them Tins absurd charge is no worse than some of those that the American A P A prefer against Catholics Doubtless the Boxers have got hold of some of the A P A literature circulated by Maria Monk Parson Fulton Margaret Shepherdand other zealous Protestant evangelists Syracuse Sun- RELISHED HIS PUNISHMENT An old Scotsman Andrew Leslie by name always rode on a donkey to his work and tethered him while he labored on the road or wherever he might be It was suggested to him by a neighboring landowner that he was suspected of put ting the animal to feed in the fields at t peophes xpenl L t Ehf ilaird I couldl never bendt- odo that for my cuddy winna eat ony thing but nettles and thistles On a subsequent occasion however the laird while riding along the road saw Andrew at work his faithful beast up to the knees in one of the lairds clover fields feeding luxuriously Hello Andrew exclaimed the laird III thought your cuddy would eat nothing but nettles and thistles IIAye aye was the response but the brute misbehaved the day He nearly kicked me over his head so I put him in there just to punish him- AGRICULTURAL EDUCATION Beginning with the fall term element ary courses in agriculture will be intro duced into the public schools of Illinois In an elementary way they will be intro duced into town and city classes though they will be especially adapted to the country schools with the primary object of interesting country boys in what will be of use to them to know The greatest success for the new course is expected A result of the introduction of agriculture as a study is that it is expected to stem the tide of emigration of country boys from farms into cities The plan fol lowed intelligently will remove the work of the farmer out of the commonplace and open up to him possibilities as great for him at home as can possibly be found in the city The course of one month for instance requires the pupil to make a list of all insects injurious to crops and to describe the extent of damage and loss sustained by them Experiments must be made whereby corn can be testedand the good kernels speedily recognized and separated from the bad In connec tion with the crop studies daily weather observations will be made designed to draw attention to the climatic changes from day to day If bookkeepers stenog raphers and accountants of all kinds can be graduated from the schools why not farmers also Tis a big stride forward and will help turn the eyes of the young to the broad acres lying untilled and desolate outside the pentup cities clear oCmiseryand congestion awaiting only the plow that is guided by an intelligent head and industrious hands May the area of this new departure in study en large till it reaches all the schools of the country YOU WILL NEVER BE SORRY For using gentle words For doing your best For being kind to the poor For looking before leaping For hearing before judging For thinking before speaking For harboring clean thoughts For standing by your principles her asking pardon when in error For being generous to an enemy For showing courtesy to your seniors happyfor A mall strong table with castors betweenIkitcheiad pIo M FOR THE Bn8- TGROCERIES FRESH MEATS A- MDVEGETABLES GO TO WILLIAM MfHL Corner Fifteenth and Maple Sts Try my own make of Quick Yeast It 25c per pound Brown Leghorn Eggs 5CENTS CHARLES L JACQUES 2422 St Xavier LayTwelvehensJan12y Feb 20 March 187 April 133 May 142 June 118 July 137 Aug 151 Sept 152 Oct 83 Nov 83 Dec 1- 5vv WELLINGTONI Seventeenth and Walnut Sts DEALER IN NINE MEATS AND GROCERIES- AT REASONABLE PRICES Your Patronage Solicited Telephone 923Y ADOLPHUS GGOLDSTEIN X SON- Eyes N Examined and Glasses Scientifically Adjusted Satisfaction Guaranteed Scientific Practical Opticians 644 FOURTH AVENUE RfAGANJS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Wines LiquorsI and Cigars Hot Soup and Warm Lunch 10 rocr x Wins Liquors 1 And Cigars I COOL LAGER ON DRAUGHT I N W Cor 21st and Portland b0 Clearys Exchange 124 First Street WINES LIQUORS 1 1CIGARS ONLY BEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH PROM 10 TO 1 MOORES PLflGE 1521 PORTLAND AVE Largest and Coolest Glass of Beer on the Avenue FINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES AND CIG- ARSMURPHYM DEALER IN 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large 70crHarpers Cephalgine The Bromo Seltzer tic Morphine 1 dr lc Best Baking Powder 25c Moth Balls per lb 5c Sulphur pw lb6cAll Patent Medicines at Cost Prescriptions a Specialty C A EDELEN- S f E Cor 17th and Bank Sts lulIlfr I tHFIIllul 1111 I 1 I tlt t a- St1 t Cloud Hotel S B Cor 2d ft Jefferson Sta- T At FLANNELLY Proprietor European Plan 60c 75c and 100 American Plan jfI and 2 O- lI1IHIIIIIHIHHHJtIII1 TO Mountains Lakes AND N Sea Shore VIA THE Big Four Route FISHING HUNTING BOATING BATHING THROUGH SLEEPING CARS To NEW YORK and BOSTON Tourists Tickets Now on Sole WARREN J LYNCH = General Passeugeraud Ticket Agent s W P AgentCINCINNATI S J GATES General Agent LOUISVILLE KV 444p 1OOOTO 8 MAGKINAC l PETOSKEY I l BAY VIEW 8 WEQUETONSING CHARLEVOIX x And Return FROM LOUISVILLE VIA TUB MONON ROUTE IMANITOUI I 15 I Party Limited Apply at Once Ad ress E Hr BACON D P A Louisville Ky BIG FOUR ROUTE T- 0Indianapolis O Peoria CHICAGO AND AM POINTS IN INDIANA and 0 MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 218 Fourth Ave S J QA1VEJS General Agent Louisville Ky WARREN J LYNCH G P A W1I P DEPPE A G P A CINCINNATI O Illinois central 1 THE FAST LINE T- Oflemphis rr AN- DNew OrleansT- wo Fast Trains Daily M MPHIS RNO NfW ORlf NS lIMIUD I Leaves Louisville 940 p m daily and feI a Solid Vestibuled Gas Lfgh ted Train carrying Pullman Sleepers Car Dining Cars and Free Reclining Chair Cars Arriving Memphis 640 a m and New Orleans 735 p m LouisvilleMemphis Sleeper open for occupancy at 830 p m- TllI NNfW QRLES 8PEOIL Leaves Louisville at 1201 daily arriving Memphis 11 p m New Orleans 945 a m Solid Vestibuled Train with through Sleeping Cars Meals served in Dining Cars On Friday this train carries a Ivllle+ cisco California without any change or delay W J McBRIDEtCity Passenger Ticket Agent 230 uianejXyAnamouO A- Wns CbkoAtfreA KUotia It AltOe a IWYMI8 1e I Iii 1 = rri i Lawn Pete tor sweet Charity TO BE GIVEN FOR THE BENEFIT OF Holy Cross Church At the Residence of Henry Koch Thirtieth and Broadway I Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings J AtTQTJSI 7 AND 8 1900 TICKI Pea 10 CENS person cashing the larg st number of tickets will be awarded a tThe or Diamond Ring TAKE PARKLAND CARS gg = a THOROUGH TRAINING BOARD OF TRADE BUILDING THIRD AND MAIN STS t LOUISVILLE KY T J s WATHENS mf M FACTORY lCREAMERY AND BAKERY l 612O E isltfcL StreetFinest Vanilla and Lennon Creams per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c Brick and Euchre Cream per gallon 100 i Capacity 1500 gallons per day Goods shipped as far as 200 miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealers and everyday orders Long distance telephone 2144 E ffltlC3ili ni Iilt 1 I III IZ 1111IZ2ZIII lOran W Smiths Sonsi li I I Funeral Directors I And Embalmers I IIMISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer ijjj Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice ii- III1WVED jj TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET = E TELEPHONE 810 = ftIIftI ftIUUDDIDI ftnftUDInftftHI DRINK Hofbrau Pi1senrB BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREVVING OOMIANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILLE IY JPARADISEJeue iI eMP ROOM 5 st Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR i en Telephone 884 248 West Jefferson Street ierrtaNten aeaaooena erranr enaa a rarr arranrrrr ienraenrr a- a JOHN XB PItAWIi AIRS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY A HENRY C LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 FINE WINES AN P 401EAST EFFERSO MARKETiI BRANCH HOUSE 905 W LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE I 428 AND 430 EAST JEFFERSON STREET LOUISVILLE KY I SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CARE H BACON DJstrlctPaIiHltxer Agent LoHlBvme Ky FUNK + RED General Paaeeng r Aocntt 1IuaprWJ10 IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Several more new branches of the United Irish league have been founded in Weatmeath The death is announced at Slane of Mrs Catherine Carolan Her funeral was largely attended Mrs Nolan CarlowGraigue was evicted lately from her holdings and much sympathy Is felt for her The Derry Land Commissioners have reduced the rents upon a large number of holdings during the past month The members of the Barraduff branchl of the United Irish League have electedl Timothy Counihan Chairman for the en suing year John Buckley who had been caretaker on the Dromovane property of Sir John Arnott died suddenly in Bandon Hos pital aged seventythree years The amount lodged to the creditof the evicted tenants restoration fund from the Kildare and Leighlin portion of Queens county is about 1500 So far there have not been the number of branches of the United Irish League founded in Wicklow as might hdve been considering it the county of Parnell Thomas Clinton a farmer of Clonkeen Maryborough was found dead in his bed The deceased was fifty years of age and had been under treatment for heart dis easeAn accident occurred at Rathduff lately by which Thomas Riordan aged nineteen met his death Deceased was engaged in knocking down a wall with a crowbar when a portion collapsed on him iu flicting fatal injuries- At a recent meeting of the Callan Board of Guardians Mr Tobin reported that he had received an eviction notice at the guit of Viscount Mountgarrett against Margaret Ruttle representative of John Harris Kelly At the Maynooth Union meeting Fathers OReilly and Dalton read very instructive and scholarly papers on the English Mind in Ireland and A Plea for Irish History Both the learned and patriotic priests are from Mayo Rev Father Carolan Faujhart has returned to his mission He was ap pointed by Cardinal Logue to raise funds in the South of Ireland for the completion of St Patricks Cathedral Armagh His labors were crowned with success A demonstration to celebrate the anni versary of Wolfe Tone organized by the Cork Young Ireland Society was held at the societys rooms in Great Georges street After the celebration a public meeting was addressed by several Nationalists and prominent men Dr Thomas Myles of Dublin was presented with the freedom of Limerick his otiaheoccastottwfhise tion atfrJentf of the Royal College of Surgeons The presentation was made by Mayer John Daly who remarked that there was nothing political in it Thomas Power formerly of Shauea clune but recently of OConnellstreet Waterword City died recently deeply and widely regretted He was a well known figure in the law courts and always valued conscientiously farms for the tenants He was a terror to rent raising landlords The death of C McNamara Ballyso dare caused great regret to be experienced by those who knew him The funeral took place at Ballysodare grave yard Rev Father Dillon officiating at the grave The cortege was very long and bore testimony by its representative character to the esteem in which the de ceased was held A promising young athlete died recently in the person of William Guerin of Knockany He was only nineteen years of age and one of the best hurlers in the famous oughgur team His comrades regret his early demise The greatest sympathy is felt for his father John Guerin an old supporter of Gaelic pastimes in Limerick county A large assembly gathered on the Dia mond Ballycastle on the occasion of the handing over of the OConnor memorial into the care of the District Council Sir Alex Miller delivered the key of the monument to Joseph OKane County Councillor Chairman of the District Council who accepted and paid a tribute to the memory and worth of him to whose memory the memorial was erected Daniel McKinley also spoke The retirement of Michael Deering and William Wren from active service on the Cork County Gaelic Board was the occa sion of a presentation of illuminated ad dresses The event took place at Flana gans Hotel on Winthrop street After the presentations and suitable responses several toasts were proposed dealing with nationalism and athleticism and the whole prpceedings testified to the respect in which both are held by the Gaels and Nationalists of Munster At Tramore the town postman Patrick Brien met with a serious accident He picked up a little brass tube on the Pond road put it in his pocket and when experimenting with it it exploded with great violence injuring both hands and burning hisfacc The tube was a fulmi nate of mercury detonator used in the explosion of dynamite charges in blasting rock and it had been accidently dropped on the roadTl1e injured man has been for very many years postman at Tramore The salmon fishing on the Shannon has takes a decided change for the bel ter and recently the net men had some remarkable hauls In two draws of the men ia the employ of the Shannon Fish ing Company near Curragh Point 101 salmon were landed and the other boats report equally good takes A great rush of peak baa appeared in the lower upper1fi WM had fry the fiaheraen during this month WItwb Wta rUp Stall Over BnglUh i Woolen HUM Store One Door West of the Big Store IDEAL DENTISTRY at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Ele Rant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS A r BRORINGGlr D r S y PROPRIETOR at Ballyniurreen near Thurles they came to an old disused quarry on the lands of Philip Byrne Here they began rabbitsnwhen the legs of a skeleton became visi ble It is supposed that by the recent heavy rains the remains protruded from the side of the embankment The men resumed their task of excavating when partoftlieembankmeatbecamedetachedfell adult lying on its left side Apparently it had been entombed for a great many years Even the oldest residents have no knowledge of a person being missed and entertain no suspicion that anybody had been foully dealt with The police took charge of the skeleton- In the Waterford Star of late date the Cappoquin correspondent writes Sad it is to relate that the drain on our poor country goes on On Tuesday and Wednesday groups of boys and girls were at the rural districts with the unmistak able trunks of the emigrant making their way for the station en route to Queenstown to be in all probability the hewers of wood and drawers of water for the sweaters and soulless parvenus of that land Politicians and clergymen may talk about the evils of emigration but we flont see either one or the other of them as a body doing anything to check it No doubt the former were too busy for ten years squabbling among tl1JtelutsadliatlnotDnghtofa y thing else Let ussee what they will do now Landlordism and the British Government are strangling us between them We are between the devil and the deep blue sea GRAND COUNCIL Large Attendanco at Annual Session of Young Mens Institute The meeting lastSunday of represent atives of the local councils of the Young Mens Instituc was well attended and much was done toward completing ar rangements for the meeting of the Grand Council of the Kentucky jurisdiction which takes place in this city on September 3 The committee which expects to wake this a memorable affair is com posed of the following wellknown gen tlemen SatpUi William McXally Joseph Bal dez L F Cameroii MackinGeorge J I autz James T Shelley WilliamiKerberg Trinity James Kelly William Gast David OConnell The grand officers are also honorary members of this joint committee The foregoing committeemen have elected the following officers Chairman James Kelly Secretary George J Lautz Assistant HarrysSwauti Treasurer JamesT Shelley The delegates andvisitors will be given an outing and reception at Riverview on Labor day which will be attended by thousands President John I uby of Lex ington who was here Sunday says that an excursion party of nearly 1000 will come from that city Word has also been received from Frankfort Winches ter New Haven Lebanon Howling Green and other place inKentucky promising large delegations New Albany Madi son and other towns in Southern Indiana will also take part On account of the outing the Grand Council will not con vene till Tuesday morning September 4 Besides the outing Trinity Mackin and Satolli are arranging special recep tions and eutertaiiHtieuts for the Grand Council and visiting friends and mem bersiMessrs Ben Timidtand John Hennessy have been elected delegates from Trinity Council with TcwiiJGarvey and Adam Schneider as altemMei H HIS SAD END Fred Zahner1 wellknown ball player met a sadwhile boating on the river Tuesdayng With a friend he was crossiag f Jeffersouville in a skiff WhettabM Midway he observed the approach oSfi1 k ferryboat and Cin cinaatl packet wneffbrt to change seats with hUconj and row out of danger lielost his t fell overboard sad WM drowned body WM not recovered until Tb r morning The funeral took placa ay morning at the Cathedral wn crowded with nOW nlati trirada r p r HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes County Board tonight Division 3 meets next Wednesday even IngThe Hibernian Knights meet Monday nightThere are ten divisions in Troy and vicinityThe is making splendid progress in California Joe McGinns second degree was quite well received The members of Division 4 miss from the meetings Mike Ward The gold buttons offered as premiums by Division 1 are worth winning Remember the County Board meeting tonight All are urged to be present Division 2 voted to attend the tourna ment for the Kentucky Childrens Home SocietyDivision 1 recived two applications this week Four are due for initiation at the next meeting- A new division to be known as Division C of Essex county has been organized in Orange Valley N J Albany won the New York State Presi dency Capt M J Slattery being the successful candidate From the Providence Visitor we learn that there is a steady growth in member ship in Rhode Island Hereafter Division 1 will send members to accompany newly elected candidates to the hall for initiation Fourteen divisions of the Ladies Aux iliary have been chartered in New York since the last State convention County President Keenans appeal for the Sisters of Mercy Tuesday night had the right ring and will bear fruit The Ladies Auxiliary of Duluth held an open meeting Wednesday night and had a joint installation of officers The State Secretaryship remains at Syracuse Patrick J Enright was re elected by an overwhelming majority The Ladies Auxiliary of Division 3 of StPaulwitt celebrate its sixth anniver sary with special features next month President Will Meehau has named William Flynn Dan Brown and Thomas McKenna for this years Literary Com mitteeDivision 7 of Fall River installed its new officers with one of the oldtime social sessions which the members greatly enjoyed There was a fair abidance at the meeting of Divisionfl Wednesday even ing President dlhan will boom this division this y r- IIibCPlifrts out of employment should alKupon John Barrett Con Ford and Toni Camfield who constitute the Em ployment Committee of Division 2 There were fully 3000 men in line in the State parade which took place in Syracuse last week Many pronounced it the best ever seen in the Salt City William Reddington Martin Minogue and Thomas Hannon are members of the Sick Committee for Division 2 They will perform their duties with judgment Resolutions were adopted by Division 1 at the last meeting expressive of the appreciation of those who contributed to the success of the public installation and open meeting The New York State convention held in Syracuse last week surpassed the ex pectations of the most enthusiastic Hiber nians Saratoga was selected as the next meeting place The first meeting of the Ladies Aux iliary of Division G of Springfield Mass was held under favorable auspices in Hibernian Hall Fiftynine members were initiated State Superintendent George Sehon has invited all members to participate in the tournament to be given at Fountain Ferry Park for the benefit of the Ken tucky Childrens Home This institution merits hearty support The four divisions of Franklin county Ohio have planned to hold their annual picnic next Thursday It is expected that fully 1500 Hibernians will attend the picnic at Grove City which will probably be the largest held there this summerJohn Meagher one of Frankforts lead ing citizens was initiated into Division 1 Tuesday evening This may lead to the formation of a live and progressive divis ion in the Capital City where there are many IrishAmericans who would make good members Among those entertained the social session tendered the delegates and their friends last week by the divisions of Syracuse was the Rev Father McFad den of Donegal Ireland National Vice President Dolan presided and made the principal speech of the evening The attendance at the meeting Tues day night of Division 1 was the smallest of the year doubtless owing to the rain storm that prevailed Nevertheless the proceedings were very interesting and some of the suggestions made by the County President may awaken renewed intest among the young IrishAmericans of this city The Daughters of Erin of Dallas Tex attended in a body wearing their badges the dedication of the new Catholic church at Rowlett last Sunday The services were conducted by Bishop Dunn Father Harrington the priest in charge is also State Chaplain of the Ladies Auxiliary Members of the society at Fort Worth and Denison accepted an invitation and accompanied their Dallas sisters SERIOUS INJURY Jolia Cailahaai who broke his arm Wednesday while working for the city Is reported resting easy though it will be some time before lie wilt be able to be outagain He Mao sustained severe bathes which confined Wja to his mi dMwe 00 Oak Wart U a zs JOIN B CABTMPIAN ARTHUR G LANGHAM BRKCKINRIDGK CASTXKMAN Royal Insurance Co OF LIVERPOOL LARGEST FIRE INSURANCE CO IPANY IN TlI61V01tID BARBEE CASTLEMAN Managers Southern Department GENERAL OEVFICJES OOLDMSIA BUILDING i w v I CT I Nothing sold but K I guaranteed H LOUISVILLE KY I FRflNK FEHR INCORPORATICD BREWING 60 1 Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY ttttttttttttttttttttttgtttttttttt I RAFFOSIII gOOds1 IlU i u Absolutely the Best Furniture = and Carpets in Louisville = A store where quality is of first consideration a X3 place where you are treated right and money hack S if you are not entirely satisfied Prices always con ZSJ sistent with the goodness of the goods New lines w- of highgrade articles constantly in stock You will ZS like to trade here once you have tried it 3Hauling and Moving To 3 321 WEST MARKET STREET 1 =3 North Side 11 1BPTWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH I M M A 11 11111111111111111111111111 111111111111111111111111111111il1illil11111 li 1 f lf 1 1 IE4 1 1 1111 1 i t i E4 E I MllI600ll MOllllul6llt GOlfipallili DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS I DFIIITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE III I flonumentsArtis- tic IIlrII Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara i WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET jjjj iit 1111111111tiiil 111111111111F lliiiitllEiiiiiiiiii tt tt+ + HH + tHHMMHt t tfft +t ft +t +t ft +t 4tt t +t + t+t it+t tt tf+iiThe Latest Out for Summer Wear t I I Attended ShitsX1600 Made Cap of same To wade kinds Headquarters free of ofOrderII For Hot Weather GUILOYftSuits SIMONS r r t Ift1DouOh6rtu UNDERTAKERS 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth TI II PHON 22102 All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Oar i riages Furnished for All Occasions