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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t r w I 7lI a L KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN F VOLUME VINO 1 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 5 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS SPIRITLESSs 1 1t t Was Monthly Meeting of the l a 4 t Catholic Union FridaysNight- tt Officers and Members of Execu- tIve Committee Were 1 Absent Delegate Brownfleld Spoke For Stricter Discipline AllfRound I WaiETITH it i biil oftif t The regular monthly meeting of thee Catholic Union last Friday night was a spiritless affair and unless the officers and absentees soon arouse themselves to the responsibilities they assumed with such apparent eagerness some five or six months ago and attend the meetings more frequently those who have been appear lug regularly will advise the withdrawal of their delegations thereby giving the societies the benefit of the time they feel they are now wastingtAbout twentyfonr delegates represent ing twelve organizations assembled ath the hall of Ihe Aquinas Union on Sixth street confident that the officers and at least as many more delegates and socleII ties would be present When they learned that only one officer and less than a quorum of the Executive Committee were n there the faithful two dozen did not man y ifest much regard for the ardor displayed and the enthusiastic speeches made nott very long agonAfter waiting in vatn for the Vic President and Treasurer and also the Chairman of the Executive Commitll tee Secretary Eugene Cooney meeting to order twelve societies havingt delegates present one more requisite number for a quorum Patrickff Holley of the Catholic Knights Ladies was elected Chairman pro temC S Upon taking the chair he expressed regret at the small attendance and made some suggestions as to how thf business of the Catholic Union might be more satisfactorily and successfully conduct ddThe most important ducwT was by James Kelly of Trinity e8mWotVft ffctitb tl1e secfet ry 1 correspond with the officers of the National Federation of Catholic Societies t for the purpose of affiliating aud learning what other city and State federations areC j doing The resolution was adopted Delegate Brownfield of Brunch 24 urged stricter discipline and suggested that all correspondence be conducted byI J the Secretary and read at the meetings I Pat Sullivan of the Hibernians and JohnI i Crotty spoke upon the foregoing meas ures hoping the society would become more strongly united in the near futureI otherwise its end was not far distant and the officers would be left to meet by themselvestt Il Resolutions were adopted calling upon the Treasurer for his report at the next meetingand instructing Secretary Cooney to again send invitations to ajj number of Catholisocieties to affiliate Perhaps it would be well to state that all Catholic societies are invited to send dele gates and become members without any further rormo1notice J There were several lady delegates also present and Miss Weissenberger ofIJI Branch 3 of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America announced the will ingness of that body to affiliate UponI motion she was requested to present aJJ cordial invitation to Branch 3 to seudII delegates the Secretary had been requested byAfter the duties of nearly all theI officers Eugene Cooney spoke in hid own behalf and recounted all he had done for the Catholic Union He called attention to the dereliction of delegates who were honored with appointment and thought they were the ones who should be made perform some of the work His remarksI were received with much favor Later we will have an announcement to snake concerning the genial Secretary that will be of interest to our readers and hisI friends George Lautz representing Mackin Council tendered the Catholic Union a hearty invitation to meet next with the popular West End organization which was accepted There being no further business Chair man Holley relinquished the chair to John Crotty when a social half hour was spent listening to artistic readings and1 recitations by Messrs John Bell John Crotty and James Kelly that put all in happy spirits The Aquinas Union was given a vote of thanks for its courtesy and hospitality during the past two months President Crotty J dsome cheering remarks in response and inviteed the body to meet with the Aquinas Union whenever powible Thcmcctlngwas then adjourned to meet with Mackin Council at its beautiful club house 526 Twentysixth street on the v nlngoI J 0ury 38i I pYOUNG FOLKS MADE MEttY Among the many enjoyable functions given New Years eve none surpassed that tmdwe4rby MiM jKathtrine Awbro to Mr frid TCutacUy eveaiag1 I8 3 eIIIOIdbIuaI1tbeIIt4 mi due i kfgt bIt gf jtrnHf ftoef I ioijJlj r- l Tff14jit fiI I t 1 1 X who before leaving voted the enter the most delightful of the sea on and showered praises upon the pretty hostess Features of the evening were the pleasing renditions of Miss May me Iyne and Charles Leachman who were the chief entertainers and the- ingingof Misses Mamie Riley and Katie Aiisbro and Robert and Henry Huber During the evening there were fancy ances cakewalking and dancing until the Lmearrived to depart for the church services ushering in the new year Those present were Misses Mamie Riley Etta Martine illie Kohler Mayme Hynes CoMic Barker Katie Baldwin Margaret Grogan Margaret Shaughnessy Mary and Day Humes Blanche Poutch Made line Camerer Anna Score Clara Swift nd Messrs Prank Meagher Frank Stone Charlie Leachman Dennis Hines Robert lurk Willie Kohler John and Henry Huber George Fleck George Kirwin Claude Tbptrias Toni and John Hikes and Jesse Shaughbereer II SUDDEN DEATHS J lJTwo Estimable Ladles Are Stricken With Heart Failure 100 fffL r r JJj itil hoslBof ia endfrlend9 of tthel family of Thomas Keyer 1325 West Chestnuttreet learned with the deepest Borrow thaMra Mary Keyer had died suddenly Tuesday evening She was ill last Sunday with dread pneu monia which was quickly followed by eart failure from which she never ral j lied and Tuesday evening she passed t peacefully away at her home mourned by her husband and those of her children j who could reach her bedside j Mrs Reyer was fiftyseven years old j nd a native of Liverpool England but had been a resident ofr Louisville for thirtyfive years A devout religious woman she was one of the most prom ent members of St Patricks congerga lion but her deeds of kindness were not narrowed by sectarian lines The shap ing of her childrens lives the brightness f her own home and the happiness of all- herein c were ever her first care But no 1 needy man or woman ever failed to bene 1 it by her benevolence and unostentatious ij charity And she will be mourned by t many of the poor as deeply as by the wide circle of her friends 1 Mrs Kejer is survived by her husband j Thomas Keyer who retired from bus several years ago and seven chill II- renVilliarn and John Keyer grocers of this city Joseph Keyer who is con j nectedwit1ii tkeLLO1iSVitI SctNabvlU railroad Thomas JKeyer a partner in the cotton firm of M H Gunther Co of Memphis Robert A Keyer who has charge of the Natchez house of the same firm and Misses Mary E and Lizzie Gc Keyer of this city Her funeral took place from St Pat ricks churchyFriday morning with re quiem high mass Monsignor Gambon being the celebrant assisted by a number of priests The funeral discourse was eloquent and touching and the Christian and holy life of the dead lady were dwelt upon at length and her noble example was commended to the immense throng that filled the sacred edifice A longc line of carriages followed the remains toI their last resting place Mrs Eulalie Alston mother of our fellow townssmn Messrs Edwin S and Albert S Alston of the Louisville Invest ment Company MrsVHenry E Farrell of Tyler Texas and Mrs Robert Ogden of Dallas lIed very suddenly on the morning of December 20 from heart disease while at the home of herdaughter in Tyler with whom she Ijad been spending the holidays Her sons here were just reading a joint letter from her bearing Christmas greetings and her bless ing when the telegram announcing her death was handed by them A letter jjust received from Dallas where her funeral took place says the Catholic church of which she was a most devout and exemplary member and had been the recipient of much of her munificence could not have done more to show its appreciation of her noble and charitable character than was done The priest from Tyler accompanied her remains to Dallas and over the protest of her family Bishop Dunne of the Dallas diocese celebrated the Pontifical high DuringIeulogy over the Bishop Dunne declared thrif if anyone in the world deserved jail that the churchvcould offer it was Mrs Alston Mrs Alston was a native of S1 Louis but for many years has been a resident ot Texas She was known throughout almost the entire State for her benevo hence and charity and many of the churches received substantial aid from her- S CRUSOES ISLAND mr i The Island of Juan Fernandez oa which every boy has wandered with Robinson Crusoe is to be colonized by the Chilian Government Since Alex nnder Selkirk died the island has been inhabited by only a few dozen people Now Chill Is io tend out at once a colony of 150 adults The fruit trees which wen planted by Selkirk have reproduced themselves and peaches tiuincM pears and grapes are nowplendful TheililaiJd also abounds in wild cattle goats andI pigs The adjacent sea swarms with codI and other edible fish The cottage which Selkirk bullt and which Defoe lcribestill exists as a brokeadown ruia The Chilian Government propose to christen the cok ny CrnioeebhandY- y l II R r GttirpttttJ dedp t Mt a iu ewtL ludtftakw i kll C 1 PARTyPLANSfJ J f Members of Dublin Corporation I I to Bo Expelled From thcII Irish League II I itVaIRIportant Acquisition t Holy Father Adopts Measures I l Advocated by ArchCbishop Ireland I WILLIAM OBRIERS POOR iEALTh H a A special cablegram to the New York jArchbishopjf Irish patty is considered as most Imports antrhe parliamentary fund is steadily growing arid John Redmond has won i general admiration and esteem for the tact and courage he has displayed in thecof the convention jWilliami chronic chest weakness now has a severe attack of pleurisy and has been ordered to Egypt to recruit As soon as be islj convalescent an active agitation will befinaugurated by the United Irish League j to expel from the Dublin corporation allatthe Nationalists who failed to vote against t the address to the Queen when she visited Dublin Some of these have apologized but they are marked dowu for exclusion Iif nevertheless For some time past there has been much speculation concerning the Amestt Cardinalftte in the rs of the hUnitedcomes from Rome that the Pcpes re cently published apostolic constitution on raonasticism is regarded as a triumph of Americanism in Vatican circles Inhchecking the spread of new religious orders rendering the admission of novB ices more difficult and authorizing Bishops to dissolve monastic vows in certain cases His Holiness has completely adopted the j measures advocated by Archbishop IreIjIit land While there is no reference to tIle subject in the foregoing many will seep in it a reason for predicting the appointll ment of the Archbishop of St Paul1 as atCardinal C opIvcellfcrt ihigit iMffi V his chapel New Years eve praying for the peace and prosperity of the entire world The following greeting was for warded from him to the Red Cross Society exercises held in Chicago Monday night Such another prayer was not ut tered Oh God grant to the American people at the beginning of this new century that they may love Thee above all things that in pursuing their career they may always glory in Thy sight and that under Thy protection they may always increase in strength and happiness Oh God grant wisdom and integrity to the offi daIs of this nation and to all the Bishops of the church Oh God grant that this Thy people may be prosperous in all their enterprises that they may overcome j all enemies both internal and external and that they and tae whole human fam ily may repose in the blessings of perpet ual peace S HURLING Irelands National Game a Popular Out Door Sport Dennis English in an interesting article in the Syracuse Catholic Son says that hurling the national game of Ire land is about the most exciting game of out of door sports known at the present time A person not acquainted with the game often wonders why some of theI players do not get killed yet it is a factI that more serious accidents occur in foot ball It is not practiced to any great exI tent in this country except in New York City where they have several good teams In Boston and Chicago hurling- is the favorite game among the Celts Syracuse also has a team that can com pete with any in the State and it is their intention to challenge a team from New York next summer In Ireland where this game draws greater crowds than any other athletic event great interest is taken in it Each parish has a foot ball or hurling club hurling clubs being greatly in the major ity A team consists of seventeen play ers who playa series of games for the championship of the county The suc cessful team then contests for the ham plonship of Ireland and suchgames as Cork vs Tipperary Clare vs Dublin will go down in Irish history The hurling ground is1 about 300 yards long by 176 wide with two goal posts nine yards apart on either end A lath or string crossing from one poet to another at about ten feet high is called the goal line under which the ball must go to secure a goali On the day of a tournament when teams perhaps from a dozen parishes meet to contest the much coveted honor llarge delegations from the surrounding perishes aiaemble at the enclosure often accornpanledby theperiah4lfe md dr niI band Th prieals wnoM parishioners areiI participating in the game are cenlr ll ftwtt and vwioc to theIr untiring eIorta ttran lo nime ta irs alvkyaI iii- T II isuccessfuliam is called ccntcr of the field to be counted loathe captains IrunII respective captains The referee chosen by both teams takesthell and throws rulesIgoverningtrip another and a player violating these orIIi team receives much applause from its respective parish delegation The game lasts an hourf during wlwcfi time the banII ia never at rest The victorious team is congratulated and afterSuch handshak- Ing both teams are taken off to someplace where refreshmeats arc served Thepefeated team feels at their loss but rerfetermincd to dojnuch better the t time when to be wre of success I they often get a couple ojjjood men from neighboring friendly parish These clubs were organized Ii4 nearly every parish in Ireland in l885 and while they helped to keep thifpeople united 1 nd get better acquain a sore hin has been the I teUlinan Away back in the 40s a verII different method of game The parish pricstwould rtelve a verba- lhalleugfromhiis J neigh r of the same dignity to meet with thelwya of his par ish on the bounds of both parishes for a hurling game or a alBCofllcomen which it is sometimes ClUed The challenge is announced tp Jhie people the J following Sunday When the day of this big game arrives thqifeands of people I rese approaching thef boundary of the two perishes arid those Hyho may not tt have a hurley must beas isfied with theIIh handle of a shovel or some such club or- tthey meet a plantatiotbn the way it t would soon be minus some of its young tt ash There might have teen from fiftyI to seventyfive on a slat When the t our of calling the gamS comes one of the priests gets up on thejfence and says Come boys carry this ball home to the center of your parish The other cleric being equally anxious lo capture the onor places his men in defense add the game is indeed a very exciting one I ack and forth through hedges and Itches rivers and pnd and sometimes through a grove the jnirlersl beat the- oleather until the stronger team fetches to its destination the center of the parish The successful teani gets ap lause from the parish wii t the follow ing Sunday In the SAwWirmnner one own hurled against aJiiiler WhentwP i ountiescatne tobther 4ike coAtest here woula likely be sonic one get hurtcfor parishes and towns may ulwaysc agree but counties seldom do MACKIN COUNCIL The Annual Installation oft 1 t Officers and SmokorII Tuesday Night I District Deputy Grand President Vinnie B Smith installed the officers of Mackin Council New Years night instructing them in their duties and calling attention to the hopot and confidence reposed in them hoping Mackin Council would ever continue the banner one of the Kentucky jurisdiction The following are the new officers PesidntDaniel W Cunniff First V tePresidentWI1JKerberg Second ice PresidentMack Raidy Recording Secretary W B Scbiuitt Financial Secretary William Klein Corresponding SecretaryGeorge F SimmonsTreasurerEd L Andriott Marshal Charles S Raldy Inside ScntlnelEdwamCant- Outside Sentinel M J Kleinhans Executive Committee George Lautz Steve Haritey F L Everhard L Born traeger James Hoe James Shelley congratulated Mackin on its success growing from forty men bers to over 200 Retiring President Kerberg during whose administration the present building was purchasedalso delivered an excellent address The proceedings were closed with a smoker and amusing debate between Gus Weber and Henry Bencken in which the latter came out quite victorious Toni Garvey represented Trinity Coun cil and presented an invitation to the Monday night exerrfses which was ac ceptedThere wast an Unusually large number of members p1 resit SOUTH AFRICAN TRAVELER Mike Gahen a well known Louisville boy came home last week after a trip to Cape Town South Africa where he bad went from New Orleansiiucharge of some horses on transport frythe British army jMike reports that the English are very much discouraged at the repeated successes of the Boers in the Transvaal war and predicts that when the war dOes end it iriUbea successfull termination for the Boers TOM LANOANS CONBmQN Tom I angan the welt known Secre tary of Division 4 Ancient Order of Hibernians who was i rednan accident several weeks ago at1hciIlUnois Central nilroAddepotli iwwrecoyerlBg rapidly havfng iad an operation per formed oa his foot at UK Sta Mary and BUiabeto Hospital jut Hwy which relIeved him of a gcxtdckMil 1el pain His frUoda asy tlatslfthe faqulffea aa to hia cooditfpu ire lot coateed to bisI gcntteaxn Mow dUMT MUSIC AND PRAYER Catholics of Louisville Greet Advent of the New Century I Very Impressive and Brilliant I Services in All Their t Churches I The Sacrament of Holy Com munion Was Received by Thousands ELOQUENT SERMONS WERE PREACHED c With a burst of harmonious atilt sweet I melody the commencement of the high mass that was to dedicate the new year and century was signaled in all the Catholic churches of Louisville Monday Theservlceslncacb bfromBrigids were beautiful and impressive I and at several those who desired to attend were unable to gain admittance to the midnight masstThe Cathedral St Patricks St Louis Bertrands Sacred Heart St Cecilias Holy Name St Charles Borrouieo and others were marked by unusual splendor and solemnity The sacred edifices were fight f ers and festive green and brilliant with Lhatsacred edifices to overflowing long before the hour of 12 oclock Never before had such crowds lined the altar rails to re ceive the sacrament of holy communion and faith and piety were everywhere manifest The musical programmes were exceptionally welt rendered many of lthe choirs being largely augmented for this special occasonsThe most brilliant services perhaps were those at the Cathedral where Right Rev Bishop McClosky was the celebrant Ii- f the Pontifical high mass Monsignor Bouchet was the assistant priest witht Rev Fathers Edward Lynch of this city and Rev Edward Harrigs S C of StcCharles College Baltimore as first andp second deacons of honor Rev Dennis r rp1iyi 1 9n otJJl a p1e of the Franciscans officiating as subdea oil and Rev George Schuhmann D D acting as master of ceremonies Preceding the clergy to the altar was an C unusually large number of acolytes from poorbeinghe democracy of the church to a remarkable degree Here four priests administered the sacrament to at least 1000 per t sons Prof Chase presided at the organ I and among the soloists wire some of our leading singers I The largest congregation ever wit t nessed there filled the Sacred Heart J long before Rev Patrick Walsh the eloquent and popular pastor ascended the altar which presented a scene of I loveliness and brilliancy that was highly pleasing to the entire congregation The I mass was sung by a large choir under the direction of Miss Lula Mattingly andII more than a word of praise is due this talented artist and the excellent choir who rendered the sacred music with a spirit and finish seldom surpassed Rev I Father Walsh never preached a more powerful or feeling sermon his review of the innumerable blessings showered upon those there assembled and their duties during the coming years of the new ccnI turymaking a lasting and timely impres sion on the minds of all his hearers besides urging them to more earnest devotion to God and the church he exhorted them to become if possible bet ter citizens ready at all times to sacrifice their lives for their country today the grandest and freest in the world where everyman was enjoying the liberty of worshiping God according to the dictates of his own conscience which right was secured them by the Catholics more than onehundred years ago Another similar sermon equally as able and breathing patriotism and fear of God throughout was delivered by Rev Father Connolly pastor of St Brigids which was listened to by a congregation that occupied every available foot of space The same order of services were observed at St Patricks Monsignor Gain hon being the celebrant of the mass assisted by Rev Father Kellehe Jam other clergymen Rev Fathers Fowler GaiTney and Kelly conducted the services at the Dominican church which were equal to those at the Cathedral in every respect The musical programme pre pared under tile direction of Prof Weiss was superbly rendered All the smaller churches were taxed to their utmost to accommodate the throngs of worshipers who desired to observe the great privillege granted them this year by the Holy Father exceedingly largecongregations greeting Father Cun ningham at Holy Cross in the extreme lIoiyNameatSt Francis of Rome in Clifton Father dsacramiluhf at St Cecilias and the Church off Our Lady in Portland 1 The sermons pf Revs Fathers Thomas York fSL Paulsi aud Fathtr Charles YAle oC 3t Cbwle BorTpmcos i bud withi dwrotad attesstiosr II IW j 1 among the finest efforts of pulpit oratory ever heanl in a church They will be long remembered by those who were assembled in such large numbeis that the two churches were overcrowded The altar decorations in these were in deep green with scarlet flowers from which a myriad of tubers signalized the faith which yet exists The services at the German Catholic churches were on the same grand scale and the pastors were highly elated every where over the devout spirit shown and the large numbers who received the sacrament of holy communion- S S SUCCESSFUL Second Annual Baby Show Given by Trinity Council The second baby show given by Trinity Council on New Years afternoon was successful in every way and the members are elated over the result The committee having the affair in charge worked hard and now feel proud of their acbievmcnt Every one who attended this festival left I the club house with glad hearts and best wishes for the council The mothers who ad their babies in the contest were well t rewarded and left carrying with them beautiful prizes There was no rivalry J audit seems those who received the least number of votes were as wen pleased as those receiving the highest The beat and the bear trainer kept the rowd constantly laughing and Santa Claus and Kris Kringle conld not get often enough to the children The cake walking was another big attraction The following babies were voted prize win ers Richard Edward Bosler Emily Jutt I- oretta I Ackerman Katie Cast Albert Lerry Rosenberger Robert Mola ter Angela Schreck Clara Baron Marie I Van Geem Albert Overslage Sidneyi I Lencke Phil Kohler Cecilia Ruth Margaret Stallman Julia Brown Mary i Frances Clark Maggie Van Buskirk Henry Meiners Mary Schoenlow Ethel Settelmayer Ruth Lee Frank Stoll i Hamilton McLaughlin Arthur Over Ruth Frederick Madelll Monroe j and Albert Deitsche 1 Monday night there wilt be a public installation of officers and members are requested to bring their lady antI gentle i friends Following there wilt be 1 refreshments aud a general good time an be expected as the officerselect conicc ose the committee arranging for this affair tj Ht 11 BISHOP BYRNE i Officiates at Organization of Nashville Knights of ColumbusI Last Sunday was another great day for the Knights of Columbus when the members of Louisville Council instituted- a branch of the order in Nashville Saturday night nearly 150 members of the local council left in special coaches for the Tennessee capital to complete the II organization of Nashville Council which t started off with seventyfive names en t rolled t Ii The initiatory exercises were conducted by the visitors who exemplified the workings of the order in splendid man ner after which Bishop Bjme offered prayer and delivered an eloquent and ap propriate address The new council begins life most auspiciously and will soon rank among the leaders of the South j Later in the evening the members and visitors were given an elegant banquet atI the Duncan House which was a feature of the euteitainment Following the serving of the courses a number of toasts were responded to and several impromptu speeches delivered The Louisville delegation arrived home Monday delighted with the success of their trip and loud in praises of the hospitality of their Nashville brethren S CATHOLIC KNIGHTS New Albany and Jeff rsQn vllle Branches to In stall Officers The Catholic Knights of America are making rapid strides in Southern In diana there being flourishing branches In both New Albany and Jeffersonville At the meetings last week officers were elected for the ensuing year and their Installation occurs at the first meeting heldtthIs month The annual reports show that both branches are in good financial condition with better prospects for the future Branch 7 of New Albany will install the following Spiritual DirectorRev J B Kelly PresidentJames Russell Vice President Thomas Tighe Recording Secretary H E Koetter Financial Secretary J B Recktenthal SergeantatArms J Beaucord Branch 64 of Jeffersonville has selected the following officers who are aU well known men FresideutohatbaniusickstonVice Treasurerj ttn Millet Recording Secretary j B Murphy Sentinel XfJ Kfmmick Trustee James EBurke Chas nrue- andMlcbaelKeuuedy s L e I JliMtiesesoieCli e of shiners and mperity brMda anoUw 11II NEW MEN Will Direct thin IrlHliAmorlcnux tSociety Airnlrs This Year Too Xevin IiiHtnllod Prcsldoni For the Next Twelve- Months Open Meeting Fdr the Entiles Thursday Night Tan I nary 17 EMMET ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION The meeting with which the Irish American Society started the new century I was indeed interesting and augurs well for the future The newly elected officers were installed and entered upon their duties with the determination that they will succeed in making this splendid eXAclingfrienlls ii Five new members were initiated Messrs Dan Russell John Floldena Martin McNally John Ilngan and John r Gruelin and all were pleased with the spirit with which Mr Russell infused the proceedings The applications of Pat Filbin William McGiuth and Joseph Welch were referred and will be reported upon in j two weeks when they alsp will be initiated Financial Secretary Joe llyrnes v nnual report showed the largest number in good standing in the societys history having increased fourfold last year with all hilts paid and a handsome sum in the treasury The hall was graced by the presence- of a number of ladies anti upon motion it was decided that the next meeting r which takes place Thursday night January 17 be an open one when mem bers are all requested to bring their wives and lady friends for the purpose of forming an auxiliary and participating in the Robert Emmet Anniversary cele bration on March 4 The chair was occupied by Thomas Claire who installed the following officer President JpseplitNeyihv 0iI rlrstVl lreSii1 tbTl l r r otr Second Vice President lnfaViler Recording Secretary John J Flynn Financial SecretaryJoe Byrne Treasurer Thomas Keenan Sentinel Tim Lyons Messrs Nevin Tarpey Keenan Flynn aud Byrne were each called upon and responded with appropriate remarks reviewing the history of the society and congratulating the members that it had surmounted all opposition and was uow ready to spend money to make the meetings still more instructive anti interesting Secretary Flynn warned those present against hot air declaring that hard work would build the organ ization and hit the absentees quite hard The remarks of Secretary Joe Byrne were of a most encouraging nature and his statement of the wonderful increase i during the last twelve months evoked warm applause Mike Francis urged greater effort upon the part of all to make the Emmet aunii versary celebration surpass the expecta tions of the public Ills suggestions were adopted and many tickets then dis tributed Before adjourning President Nevin announced the appointment of the fof lowing Executive Committee 3 William Patterson Chairman William M Higgins Mike Francis Eugene Mc I Shone Thomas Cleary WillidB Murphy jMartinJ of the Relief Committee and will select a his assistants j Suitable recognition was made of the j presence of the ladies who were specially invited to attend the next meeting1 and bring their friends J S PLEASANT SURPRISE Last Friday evening a party chaperoned U by Messrs and Mesdames William Mur phy Louis Staub and Frank Pnlliani gathered at the home of Miss Nellie Maloney and spent a most enjoyable evening Dancing was indulged in until J the wee sma hours and at midnight the guests were seated to a bounte ushinchir cull Among the young people present were Misses Mary Dunn Annie Kelly Lizzie Murphy Agnes Sheridan Annie McLaughlin Katie Brady Annie JMe Parland Nora Bench Mayme Murphy Pearl OLeary Maynie Bremiflii lizzie Tuley Mollie Martin Mary Hauber Nellie Maloney Mrs Frank Hauber ftnd Mrs James Murphy Messrs Pat Cain Jim Murphy Mike Foley Toni Pullitin George White Edward Ryan John Foleyl Edward Dalton Dan Daly Humphrey OCpnnell Jim Bench Joe Meixel j liri Murphy Torn Maloney Frank Hauber and William Stack p CRUSHED Weary Wraggles Why so sad Lone some I rpomeSamy Dis paper says a mm wotanborn in a foreign country astt uevervfePrtdentofdeynUed8Utot Well what of ttV IDatw de out Job Ive alias be loIiYfoi u1trlt I IJ P I K STUOKyul 8H1AM RIeAN TUGKY IRISH flMERMN Mveted to the Moral end Soctol Advancement of all Irish Americans fi vXLL1AlI AI IIIQQIATM P b1Jber SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY ye Entered at tko tonUyltle Postoff Ice as SecondClass Matter AMtI CM all CnlllJ lctlolIl to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Omen Street Aoio c Q L y LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY JANUARY 5 1900 THE TOBACCO STRIKE The strike of the employes in the Continental tobacco factory at i Twentyfourth and Main is the J most serious in its possibilities that has occurred here for years Long t deferred it will it must be fought 0 outto a finish involving not only r all the tobacco factories in this city but throughout the country simply because the grievances are beyond endurance poor pay long and irregular hours unhealthy unclean and even immoral conditions j arbi trary slave rules arid regulations iignoring every right comfort and 4 even decency and frequently rob bing the employed of their small wages If this strike is prolonged and the true conditions and manner of the conduct of the tobacco fac i tory is brought to public notice it i will be so horrifying and sickening to the public asto be deemed incredi ble that such conditions can exist in this age and country Only the very poor ignorant little children the aged and decrepid asa rule submit to it because they have to and even they have revolted against- it T We refrain from shocking the public with an expose and sincerely trust that the managers will by ing concessions bring about at L sunrorary settlement of th nd render it unnecessary- to arouse public indignation1 to force them to respect justice d humanity and decency We prefer to appeall to their sense of right rather than shame them before the public or astiis possible have the law invoked We desire peaceable indeed quiet methods to redress wrongs but there are evils that must cease and the degrading sys tern of labor in tobacco factories is one of them The unity order and forbearance- of the strikers Is commendable Only by such a course great as the I evils they resist may be car they hope to win Let them perfect their organization in connection u with organized labor and keep up the fight The company now that the issue is made must yield for public opinion once appealed to will force them to No community- can or will sustain them in an effort to perpetuate such a course as they- have too long maintained unknown to the public in their factories Once it is exposed not only the sense of justice but of humanity and decency will demand and enforce its abolition We hope the managers of tobacco n fa torIes are not too blinded by the opulence and egotism of long con tinued arbitrariness to fail to see thq situation as it really is and recognize what changes must be made take the initiative by granting them- rather than by refusal necessitate heir being forced to do so The tobacco tryst has the opportunity fcTcttfccr gain public praise or con 4arastioa by its course in thisU JMtttar aadit will get either M its flan proves drat it deserves We o U- II 1 Jr hope it will choose the right course and profit thereby OUTRAGEOUS The pardon of the negro Goodall by Gov Beckham is about the worst abuse of the pardoning power ever noted Whatever the reasons there for it can not be justified Good alls notorious character the infamous charges against him on one of which he was convicted and it still pending on appeal subject Gov Beckham to just condemnation The Governor should never interfere with the courts trying to a conclusion such charges and such criminals as Goodall should never be pardoned Such offenses as he is charged with are the most abhorrent and menacing to the commun ity and the penitentiary or gallows is the proper penalty for all convicted of them a good riddance ofP dangerous evils to which the com munity will not submit It is suchI abuses of justice as Gov Beckhams pardon turning loose on the com munity criminals of the Goodall stamp that cause the people att times to take the matter in their own hands and by summary meas ures get rid of them- UNSATISFACTORY The IrwinBotto will case after- a months trial has concluded its first round with a verdict satisfac tory to nobody Of course there will be an appeal and the case will give a lifetime job to the lawyers as it is seesawed between the courts aneour court recordsias disgusted the public with its record of hypocrisy lying theft forgery debauchery perjury subornation of perjury and in the interest of decency it is hoped it may soon be disposed of Two of the principals are dead j some others for their own and the public good had better been born dead or not at all for though they have and may continue to enjoy v the luxuries and dissipations of wealth they will be shunned and loathed as a pest wherever they may go After all there is something better than money in this life j a clear conscience and an honest name for instance STANDS FOR THE UNION Prize fighter Jim Jeffries is a trueblue union man He is a boii lermaker by trade and worked at it as an active member of the Boiler makers Union drawing an honor ary membership card on his going into the prize ring where he won fame and wealth which have not given him the big head His next fight was to be with Rublin during the Saengerfest at Cincinnati It is arranged that the fight is to take place irJ the Saengerfest building which was years ago built by non union labor resulting in the build ing being boycotted by organized labor Notwithstanding the articles of agreement have been signed the forfeit money up and a big purse insight Jim Jeffries in a letter to the management announces that he will not fight in the Saengerfest buildU ing and unless the fight can beheld elsewhere it is oil so far as he is concerned giving as the only reason that he is a member of the Boilermakers Union and the Saenl gerfest building is boycotted Ef forts to induce Jim to change his mind have only resulted in a brief but emphatic replyNo So if the management iinsist on pulling off the fjgKt itii thei Saengerfest building Jlni Jeffties will not be in thering when time is called thpujhi it will cot him his forfeit the ex pemw of triiimnf Vund tfof Wf pane o which it is conceded he will win ifI he meets Rublin in the ring Jim is strictly a card man It Lord Roberts the hero of South Africa reached England last Wednesday He was greeted with bunting and ceremonials by the I royal family and nobility and wel comed by the Queen but enthusi asm was not in the programme The Queen made him an Earl and Knight of the Garter for his trying services in suppressing the Doer outbreak His address is the War Office where his advice is doubtless eagerly sought in an effort to devise some means to check the Boer outbreak that is spreading all over her Majestys South African colonies despite everything that Kitchener and his 200000 men can do capturing and destroying rail roads bridges and supplies driving the English in all directions leav ing Kitchener and his large force far to the north At last accounts Gen De Wet and his victorious army daily growing stronger with recruits was uncomfortably near to the port of Cape Town the only source of English communication and supplies A NEW YEARS WISH I wish you a happy New Year May roses strew your way And paths be glad and peaceful on which you start today May golden shafts of sunshine bring just- a little rain And gracious gifts of pleasure hold just a shade of pain For skies are fairer which the clouds may sometimes overcast And pleasures are the best which come when grief and pain are past Arid if among your roses the ivy is eni twined Your heart will beat the nearer to the heart of all mankind I wish you a happy New Year Ah who couldwish you less May all the tender charities that heal and soothe and bless Be scattered at your feet like flowers and may you eer impart To all the weary souls of men the joy within your heart For hearts that hold no love know not th joy it is to live Our lives are measured by the joys whic we to others give May charity and kindness your life and mineimbue My joys shall be the brighter for the joys I wished to yo- uRECENT DEATHS The dread pneumonia caused the deat of John Dehart a wellknown young man of the West End who died at the home of his parents 2601 Alford avenue aged twenty years His funeral took place Sunday morning from St Cecilias church and the remains were interred iin St Louis cemetery The funeral of Nellie Conway who died Monday evening at the residence of her father occurred Wednesday morning from St Aloysius church Rev Father OGrady conducting the impressive serv icesThe deceased was thirtytwo years old and her death caused inexpressible- grief among her many friends and acquaintances Michael Gannon one of Jeffersonvilles oldest citizens died last Monday at his home on Indiana avenue His illness was of long duration and the end was not unexpected He was born in Ireland eighty years ago Coming to this country when quite a young mono His funeral took place from St Augustines church large numbers attending the services as a last mark of respect Few homes were rendered more sad the last day of the year and century than that of Frank and Barbara Bloeraer 1710 Galla jjher street who for some days had been praying that with the dawn of the new era might come the recovery of their bright and promising little son George who was called to his eternal home Monday night The bereavement was a heavy one as the boy had endeared himself to all as few children do His funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Peters many sorrowing friends accompanying the remains to their last resting place The family of Patrick Mulkeru 1621 LWest Madison street was this week again wrapped in gloom by the death of a devoted wife and affectionate mother who passed away at an early hour last Sunday daughterMarygreatest sympathy is felt forthe husband and daughters in their double bereavement though they have the coneola tion of knowing that both were fortified for the final summons The deceased who was well known in Boston Mass was a lady of many excellent traits of character and was a devout member of the Sacred Heart church from which her funeral took place Wednesday morning Rev Father Walsh being the celebrant of the requiem mass WILL MOVE Beginning the first Wednesday in February Division 30fthc Ancient Order of Hibernians will meet in their Portlandtchange was i reefdinginmajority o WF and goodeoa to the rile I Moat viM K i i S GIETV J Robert Co roy of Covington spent New Years cjay in this city JJohn B Vathen of Lebanon was a visitor here for a few days this week 1 T J Mackey has returned to Paris after spending several days with friends here Miss Katie Paul of Bowling Green has been the guest of Miss Jeanie Mitchell Mrs James Council and children of Lafayette visited relatives in New Al bany this week Edwin Fitzgerald returned Saturday from Memphis where he went to spend Christmas week with his family Mrs John McKenna who arrived last jjhasMrs James McMahon and children return to Bedford today after spending New Years with relatives in New Albany John Casey who has been ill for some time with typhoid fever is now improv ing and will be able to sit up in a few days JD Joyce of Winchester arrived Monday to spend New Years day making his headquarters at the St Cloud Hotel Miss Hattie Higgins who has been quite ill for the past three weeks is still confined to her home 1530 West Madison street Tom Simpson the well known patrolman has been laid up at his residence 1612 Seventh street for the last two weeks Mr and Mrs John McKeiran returned last Monday from Shelbyville where they had been visiting during the holidays Messrs Edward and John Monahan leftt Wednesday for Georgetown College after spending their holiday vacation with relatives here Miss Etta Belle McAtee was home from Sacred Heart Academy for the holiday season which she spent with her parents Will and Carl Breckel have returned to Getbsemani College after a delightfulj holiday vacation spent with their parents 1in Parkland Limerickeboy made quite a hit as one of the Templehthis past week Larry Lan in an old Louisville boy who is now located at Russelville was here during tie holidays on a visit to relatives and friends George Coil and wife who have been Collhj Jeffersonville or- their home in Galveston John Raidyi who has been ill for the past four weeks at his home 2533 West IMain street ia reported making but slow Jprogress toward recovery Mrs Mary Finnegan and her charming idaughter Miss Ella were this week the guests of Dan Finnegan and wife at their home in Jeffersonville where they re ceived marked social attention Miss Mary Slack of Midway was ambng the attractive visitors who spent the past week with friends in Louisville where she has won many admirers Hamilton Murphy and wife Bank street New Albany who have been visit J1ing relatives in Georgetown during the holidays are expected home today Mrs Robert E Fleming of West Oak street spent New Years at Seymour Ind as the guest of Mrs John Nonas who entertained most lavishly in her j honorCouncilman Edward Hannan and wife and children have returned to their home jin Paducah after a pleasant holiday visit with Thomas Hannan and family in Clifton New Years day brought sorrow to the 1home of Chris Brennan West Market street Jeffersonville who sustained the 1 loss of his promising tenyearoldson after a brief illness On account of Bob Kimbela social calls being made about the same time and place as his own Joe Sullivan has tried to impress on fob that two is company and three a crowd Edward Toomeys frequent trips in the neighborhood of Sixteenth and Walnut streets has caused his friends to remark that that corner is fatal to Ed as he lost his heart there oncebefore Arthur J Campbell feels highly elated over the arrival of a young boy visitor at jhis home who arrived llast Saturday jMrs Campbell is doing nicely at the homej of tier moher 300 Clay street Mrs Mat Hickey Bebarrell avenne New Albany bad as her guest during the 1 h01ldaysMi911 AnnaBe11 Ingles a pretty iand attractive Xexington belle who made imany friends during her short stay there Her many friends in this city will learn with regret of the illness of Miss Lena Martel who is suffering from a severe attack of grippe at the home of her parents Il07 State street New Albany n The friends of Alex HodapPlndDan- Hartnetijtke well knowit vocalists claim they never hear them sing any pore as those two Mm to wive all of their war bUnr 1 w jwlte Stw Thirteeatk Md Rows =oM I Wetbeu Udar4d1sr- U cct- F friends Monday at an elegant luncheon in honor of Misses Lula Forman and Harriet Darnell two pretty Lexington girls who have been her guests during the holidays The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Council will entertain at euchre next Wednesday evening at the council par lors on East Gray street The receptions given by these charming entertainers are always enjoyable Quite a number pretty and attractive young lady visitors who have been spend ing the holidays with relatives and friends here will return today and Monday to Nazareth Acadamy to resume their studies until Easter time With regret we chronicle the death of the infant sou of Roger Nohalty The handsome little fellow was the sunshine of a happy home His remains were tenderly placed away in St Louis cemetery yesterday afternoon The Misses McCann entertained a large of friends at cards Wednesday after jj in honor of Mesdames Frank Burke and Grace Griffith of Indianapolis who have been spending the holidays with relatives in Jeffersonville The Delmont Club kept open Louse to its friends Tuesday from 2 oclock until midnight and the constant stream of callers that partook of the generous hospitality represented all sections of the city The Delmont affair was the best given that day WORDS FROM GEARY Timely Warning from Author of Chinese Exclusion Act The Chinese exclusion act should not only be reenacted but made broader broader in the sense that it shouldex clude all alien labor White black brown and yellow in fRcta11 alien laborshould be barred The indus tries of our country arc protected Why not protect the American workingman- Do j not bring him to the humiliating 1level of competition with Japanese Chinese and other Asiatics The exclusion act should be made general The Atlantic seaboard needs as much protec tion from the pauper labor of Europe as does the Pacific coast from the immi grants of the far East Look what exclusion has done for the Pacific coast and especially for California There has been a gradual decrease o Chinese laborers in California since th law took effect But failure to reenaci this or similar legislation would bring with Ita reflux of the Chinese Tb Japanese are already coming in by tb e thousands Let loose the floodgates of Chinese immigration and the Pacific coast would in five years be swarming with coolies This country is a veritable Klondike a veritable Nome for the Chinese and Japanese They can make as much money in a week here as they can make on their own soil in a year They can do this and work for half what we pay the American laborer and they are glad for the opportunity to work for half The fight for a reenactment of the Chinese exclusion act should be made general It should not be confined to the Pacific coast but the central States and particu larly those bordering on the Atlantic should be included HAPPILY MARRiED Michael McCarthy formerly of this city but now of Chicago and Miss Annie Bain sister of Mrs Mary Delaney 721 West Oak street and an accomplished and attractive society favorite were united in marriage Wednesday morning by Rev Father Fowler at the Dominican church They Were attended by Tom Garvey and Miss Annie Brown and left immediately after the ceremony for Chicago where they will reside Both had many friends here who wish them joy and happiness through life NAMES FOR BISHOP OF DROMORE A meeting of the parish priests of the diocese of Dromore was held in the Cathedral at Newry on December 18 for the purpose of selecting and forwarding to the Holy See the names of three ecclesi astics one of whom may be chosen by His Holiness the Pope as Bishop of the diocese to succeed the late Bishop Mc Givern The Most Rev Dr ODonuell Bishop of Raphoe Senior Suffragan BIshop of the province presided over the deliberations of the clergy having been delegated to do so by his Eminence Car dinal Logue who is at present in Rome The meeting was preceded by the celebration of high mass with Father Carlin as celebrant The names selected and for warded to Rome were Rev Henry ONeill of Warrenpoint j Rev Michael McCon vtlle of Lower Drumgooliml and Rev- Joseph Kearns rtlb1fT PATENT INSIDES The Catholic Standard and Times pertinently comments on the kind of stuff that passes for Irish wit and humor In the alleged funny papers of this country and says If an Irishmans gorge naturally rises at the sight of such things III avowedly hostile sheets whatt must be his feelings on beholding them staring him in the face from the pages of the Catholic paper The sort of taste which juxtaposes portraits and sketches upontbef speech in the same paper and in the one issue may furnish a clue tp the mystery which often surrounds the failure of the Catholic paper When the syndicate and boilerplate system has to be resorted toin order to sustain vitality in theCathcfot paper care should certainly be taken that those In charge of the atleastand at least have read of good manners J A lump of gum camphor placed in 19w clothe pr4M will keep steel amt meats from Uraiabittf f f1 A PRINTING fl do the best of Job Printing such as LETTER HEADS NOTE HEADS BILL HEADS 7 7ENVELOPES TICKETS DODGERS All work executed promptly in firstclass style Give Us Your Order and Help Us Grow H KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN to 3 326 WEST GREEN ST JAMES WOLFEHAS A COMPLETE LINE O- FGROCERIESIFAMILY 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Paten orecuziI4apatent1Patent special notice without charge In the Scteitific fltucrica- iiADmel Illustrated weekly J reeet elr eulstion of anr selentlne Jonrnal Terms S3 a roar four montlis fL sofa brail newsdeal- ersMUNlft Co j NW York ffl St Washington DO DINKY SflLOOH xI1Iz Izopa FINE WINES LIQUORS CIGARS StCer Fire tk udMaI Ii AN o Firsi iaN agents for our ordiuHry and industrial dcpartmenta Nose but intel ligeat and capable men wed apply COaImtioatSUtVBf1J1P1 ll CO Ts I J f f 4 F 1 f MONAGHAN Castle Authorities Throw Off Their Mask and Join Ilculyitcs Attempt to Prevent the United Irish League Meeting at Tullycorhot Interest Taken In Selection of the Successor to Daniel ODonnell GOVERNMENTS CONDUCT DENOUNCED A great deal of local interest is being taken in the contest for the Parliamentary representation of North Monaghan to succeed the late Daniel McAleese Owing to the fact that the Bishop of Raphoe disapproved of his brothers candidature I understand that that gentleman has withdrawn his candidature says the Dublin Independents correspondent under date of December 19 It is also stated that in consequence of this fact the representatives of the United Irish League here have wired to the central authority in Dublin asking that a strong candidate should be selected to oppose Patrick OHare No candidate has yet been selected in place of Daniel ODon nellWires were this evening received by Father Keotvn ami John ODonnellM P from John Redmond M P stating that he would go to Monaghan tomorrow to have a consultation with the supporters of OHare and those who are opposing him with a view of coming to an agreement as to the Nationalist candidate and having no contest If two Nationalists go forward there are rumors that a Con servative will also be nominated and the result might be that the Conservative would slip in It is hoped that a satis factory agreement will be come to OHare drove out to Rockcurry today where he addressed a meeting David Sheehy W D Harbison and Organizer Johnson drove from Monaghan to Tullycorbet where they were met by a large crowd of people headed by two bands As the procession was marching toward the place where the meeting was to be held they found that the road was blocked by a big force of police under County Inspector Tyacke The police refused to allow the people to proceed any further whereupon David Sheehy asked by what authority were they ob structiug the passage of the people He said the meeting was for election pur poses and had been previously announced to that effect The County Inspector replied that he was acting by order of his superiors The people made several ef forts to pass to the meeting place but the police prevented them and a good deal of excitement ensued The County Inspector ordered his men to right about and they marchedalong the street followed by the procession Eventually reinforcements of police under a District Inspector arrived and the whole body of about fifty police were ordered to wheel about and draw their batons which they did but they did not charge the crowd Sheeliy re monstrated with the County Inspector and said it was time he should reconsider that silly performance The people were committing no offense whatever and they were on legitimate business County In spector Tyacke replied that he would let them pass if he got any assurance what ever that there would be no disorder Sheehy said they would give no guarantee whatever They could remain there the whole evening Eventually the County Inspector held a consultation with some of the policejjfficers with the result that after an hours delay the police drew aside and the people were allowed to pass on to Tullycorbet where a meeting was heldBernard McKennn County Councillor presided and said they were all supporters of the League David Sheehy denounced the conduct of the Government in ob structing the Nationalists of Monaghan in their endeavor to elect the man of their choice It was clear after the action of the policethat Dublin Castle and the Healyites were in collusion for white they kept the people back and prevented them going to the meeting place they allowed a Healyite in the district to pass unchallenged through their ranks No final selection of a League candidate had yet been made and he asked the electors until a candidate was brought into the field as he would be immediately to abstain from any pledge or action which would commit themselves to anything until they had an opportunity of review lag the whole circumstances WI Harbinson who was loudly cheered said that limey held their meet ing under most encouraging circum stances seeing that they Wld just won a signal victory over the foiof Dublin Castle They had been stopped on their way to the place of the meeting by the County Inspector and n large force o police and although the crowd was most orderly and peaceable the County In spector refused to give any explanation of this scandalous interference with the tight of free speech and of public meeting Wlienhe had challenged this cow ardly conduct the Inspector said that he was not there to answer questions Wen it was pretty evident what Amoral was to bedrawnfromthew4C1leProceedlngi- l1heCMtle authoitlea in their snatred of the League had thrown off the mask and jjoined Healy man effort to discredit the organization That jdays work wrote title epitaph of Healyir3uNorth Motit ghan and when the voters learned that truth today and discovered that Healy and QHare would 1 ebackabytbeC icytheynation 01 the clique who were leaving te ii i icJ Yc7 ti Jt I I 1SH SOCIEtDIRECTORYA I DIVISION 1 Meets Oil the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan Vice PresidentTim J Sullivan Recording Secretary I D Perranda Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank itreet MulloySergeantaiArtns Killeen Sentinel Tim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan CampfleldRecording Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets WednesdayEvenings CavanauRhVice Recording Secretary Mi J Sheridan Financial SecretaryJames Coleman 117 Twentieth Treasurer George J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednesday EvenlngsofEachMonth- PresidentJohn Hcnnessy LynchRecording Financial Secretary Thomas Langan 722 Oldham street AssistantJohn Shaughnessy TreasurerHarry Brady SergcantatArms Jerry Hallahan Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 NEW ALBANY ThursdayEvenings County President P W Kennedy President D n Walsh Vice PresidentJohn Winn CallaghanFinancial West Ninth street Treasurer John McBarrou DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall Rel11yPresidentRobert Vice PresidentJohn Kinney Recording Secretary Dan Gleason HoganTreasurerMichael IRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month FeeneyFirstD Claire MurphyRecording Financial SecretaryJoseph Byrne TarpeySergeantJohn SentinelTimothy Lyo- nsMAYORALTY1 Patrick Bnunou Would Make Louisville a Splendid Executive What time Late Alderman James G Gilbert Onco Said of Him Was Prcsiflcnt of the Council and Has Had Much Experience It t ALL CLASSES COULD SUPPORT HIM During the past few days the press has mentioned quite a number of prominent citizens as possibilities for Mayor but none who would make a more efficient official than the subject of this brief articleIn Patrick Bannon was President of the Board of Councilmen He was recognized as one of the ablest men that has ever sat in tile Presidents chair in the lower board of the Council Indeed the late James C Gilbert j who had laie experience in municipal matters once said that Pat Bannon is the clearest headed man in the city government This was when Mr Bannon was serving as President of the Council out it holds good now- Patrick Bannon is one of the leading manufacturers of Louisville In tact he is one of the original manufacturers It was he who first established terra cotta works hereIt wasbwho first started a vitrified iTrick works in Louisville and by both industries has increased the num ber of skilled llaborers who obtain Steady employmentWhat matter with Pat Bannon for Mayor Of all thenien solar mentioned beseems the mostavailabie Thelrish Americans and the workingmen of Louis yule would flock to the Banuou standard as they have to no other His age should not be against him Let Pat Bannon be considered IBS among the available men on 1001l I LEAVES FOR THE SOUTH John Bell a well known and popular young man of this city has gone to Birmingham Ala where he will r pre sent the contracting fia of Lewtnan Co for the next eight jHontha UNPAsti i SheOf all thiBRiJ Did you ever see such a dowdy iieIn what way IeIn what ifty lere areyour ey She hw a mfohidi thatt the sun cti Maae tbrovpt D 1i9IIdrclw She Uari Wbst was the i L FRANKFORT Imposing Ceremonies at the Catholic Church Greet the New Century Young Men of the Capital City Give a Big Minstrel Show Installation of Young Mens In stitute Officers Sunday Afternoon DANCERS WELCOME THE NEW YEAR Special KentuckyIrish FRANKFORT Jan 3At 12 oclock midnight Monday December 3lhlgh mass was celebrated at the Church of the Good Shepherd here by Rev Father Tom Major the pastor The choir which is consideredone of the best in the Coving ton diocese rendered an excellent musical programme under the direction of ProfWayland Graham A short sermon appropriate to the occasion was delivered in the pastors usual eloquent style and was greatly appreciated by the very large congregation present The blessed sacra ment was exposed during the midnight mass and also from 730 until after the close of the 9 oclock mass The death of the nineteenth and the advent of the twentieth century were heralded by the ringing of bells blowing of whistles and fireworks throughout the cityLast week the members of the S A S a Catholic club of young men from fifteen to twenty years of age gave a delightful minstrel entertainment the club members con tributing almost all the talent Each performed his part in a pleasing manner but particular mention should be made of the efficient work done by John Lutke meier as Charles Valentine Louis SchrofT as Jonathan Dobbs and Harry Culbertson as Malinda in the Undertakers Daugh terThe Black Breach of Promise and Confidential Clerk kave opportunity to Messrs Victor Laughlin John Madigan John Corbett Patrick Coleman Frank Sullivan Con Collins Mat Madigan Clarence Fugazzi Lambert Newman John Dolan and Will Larkin to display comedy of a exceptionally high order and they succeeded in keeping their audience in hilarious spirits Edmund Meagher arranged and di rected the musical programme which was most artistically rendered andstamps him as n director of great promise The singing of Messrs Schropf Heffner Thompson and Culbertson also added much to the attractiveness of the pro gramme The efficient manager John Lutkemeier should be congratulated upon the success of the entertainment One of the most delightful and enjoy able dances of the season was given by the popular Elite Social Club at Y M I Hall Monday evening last in order that the club and their triends could celebrate the passing of the nineteenth and the advent of the twentieth century The music was in charge of Prof Harris and was excellent in every respect Many fair and beautiful young girls graced the occasion with their prcsenceamong whom were several charming and pretty visitors who have been spending tile holidays in Frankfort with friends and relatives Among the visitors were Miss Dorsey who is the pretty and charming guest of Miss Lula Nelson on the South Side j Miss Victoria Major of Alton and Miss Barlow of Glasgow who have been the bright and attractive guests of Miss Jennie Lee during the holidays Miss Dot Philips of Covington Miss Carrie Goln of Cleveland Ohio Miss Jessie ODell of Lawrenccburg At 11 p m the entire crowd numbering nearly sixty partook of a delightful lunch after which the old year was danced out and the new in Taken all in all it was one of the most successful dances of the closing century On Sunday afternoon January 0 the installation of the new officers of the Young Mens Institute of this city will take place The Rev Father Major who was unanimously chosen chaplain wilt probably be present and take part in the installation The new officers are all hustling members and it is their Intention to make Council No 101 one of the leading councils of the Kentucky juris diction DJ McNAMtRA APPEAL FOR FUNDS Most Rev Patrick ODonnell Bishop of Raphoe and John Redmond Chair Man of the Irish Parliamentary party have appealed for funds that will be nec essary to enable the new Irish party to give unremitting attendance in parliament during the coming session They declare that under the new conditions of parllatnentry warfare success will not de pend so much upon the exertions of a few men or the votes of the party upon a few stated occasions as upon the un ceasing and strenuous action of a large body of men interesting themselves act ively in all the business of the House of Commons and commanding a suffi dent strength in the division lobbies to leave Government measures toa large extent at the mercy of these attacks An influence of such a character on the course of business iu the House of Com moms would be the surest mcansof effect lug the success of the party in forwarding the national cause in pushing at once the campaign for the abolltioapf land lordism Bud the utilization of the grasS- lands with all 1 it involv etthel1occupiers the evicTed tenants and telaborers in seizingi every opportunity of demanding a suitable university for Irith Catholics financial redress and the other greet refarma to urgently seeded bjr or a7 i f orc 4 4r z94n t CRYINGBecausei a 51t CHICAGON THE eii isaMft ammm 6Huauu Kiusax T In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING Ct E H BACONDJstrlct Passenger Ageu Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Pas nRer Agent anngerWQUEEN OF IRELAND Baltimore Bollo Shared the Vice Regal Throne of Dublin Castle Writing of Mary Caton Patterson in the January Ladies Home Jonrnal Wm Perrine recalls that the Americans read with wondering eyes the stories which come from Ireland of the regal magnificence with which one of their country women was dazzling the British people how she had become the wife of the brother of the Duke of Wellington and how the court of the newlywedded pair at Dublin Castle rivaled the brilliancy of royalty itself She was called The American Queen of the Irish Court and in no capital of Europe would her flatterers allow that there was a woman who surpassed her in the elegance of her bear lag and in the accomplishments of a sovereign Indeed she was only one of1- a group of sisters whom Europeans billed as The American Graces Their me ther a daughter of Charles Carroll had mar ned Richard Caton a poor English gen tleman of handsome face and presence who settled in Baltimore Mary the most famous of the three daughters mar tied Robert Patterson a brother of Btsy Patterson the first wife of Jerome Bona parte After the death of her husband in 1822 the Baltimore belle revisited Europe Hardly less eminent than the Duke of Wellington before the battle of Waterloo had been his brother the Marquis of Wellesley In the spring of 1825 it was announced in Ireland where Wellesley was Lord Lieutenant that he was en gaged to her and it was noted in the United States as a curious coincidence that while one American girl had married the brother of Napoleon another and she her sisterinlaw should marry the brother of Napoleons conqueror TIPPLING GLAZIER We ran across an Irishman a few days ago well known for his fondness for reminiscent anecdotes and as this has never been printed we give it for the first time It illustrates resource to a marked extent and shows that genius may be exemplified even though the oc casion was hardly sufficient to warrant its exercise It happened that there was a glazier in the town of C in Tipperary county where it is said that the Byes fear no nise This glazier was often it is said thirsty oftener in fact than the ordinary citizen But it sometimes hap pened that the means to allay that feel irg was not always convenient To raise the wind therefore was a problem which often confronted our worthy me chanhandwhich often taxed to the utmost his ingenuity Being a glazier a diamond was absolutely indispensible in the prosecution of his craft this Instrument being the only article of value which he possessed was many a time and oft put up with his uncle as collateral who obligingly advanced to his thirsty and impecunious nephew three half crowns Commercial trans actions on this basis continued for a long time the glazier redeeming the diamond when he got his wages and almost as regularly popping when his thirst which appeared to be chronic and insatiable prompted At last the genius which was merely latent manifested thisIgem and substituting therefor a bit of glass which he adroitly inserted in its place in the handle proceeded to his uncles where glittered the three gol den balls His uncle passed over the usual amount believing that the col lateral was as good then as lit always was whereupon he proceeded to slake his usual drought in regular Tam OShan ter style Time passed along and the broker began to think it rather curious that the glazier did not come along to redeem the pledge he therefore examined more closely the collateral and then only discovered how he had been victim- Ized byhis affectionate nephew- WASHINGTON PIE The only safe bet on recordthe alpha bet Men are seldom charitable on an empty stomachPeople who drop hints never stop to pick them up An old bachelor says the happiest age of woman is marriage WantedAsteady man to look after a garden and milk a cow who has a good voice and is occustomed to sing in the choirMrs Hushmore Youll have to settle up or leave Young Man Lodger Thanks awfully the last place I was at they made medo both WelI8wl young man with two heads on his shoulders the other day but didnt consider it 1uchofa curiosity One be longed to his girl It is said that au artist at york on a biblical history undertook to akea sketch of Rebecca attbeWellbut he couldnt draw the water i Vllowrdtdivoa catch up thegolf dialect so MMiiy XadIiOb v e took our per out to UK haS sv raV days lad titan s iMhMd it boss bar1 Youiig DI R 11 J te me oId- r I UpStairs Over English Woolen thus Stor LLJ One DoorWe of the lug Store IDEAL DENTISTR at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Deitta Parlors 4id 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework El gant Gold and Porcelain Crown Be equipped office in the city LOUIS A BRORIN6 D D Si PROPRIETOR REAGAN S EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market jS Winos Liquors and Cigars Hot Soup and Warm Lunch Brown Leghorn Egg 5 CENTS CHARLES L JACQUES 2422 St Xavier LyTwehhensJan 12 Feb 20 March 187 April 133 May 142June 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right and money back =if you are nofentirely satisfied Prices always con sistent with the goodness of the goods New lines of highgrade articles constantly in stock You will M like to trade here once yon have tried it = Hauling and Moving Attended To WEST MARKET STREB1 = 321 North Side + BPTWEEN THIRD AND FOURTH tfZ41I11Iil111111illiilili1Iiia illl6lttttttltlitttllttlttittlttifi r li Ililel M IiM r IIt1kht1hdkMAi PARADISESAMPLE ROOM r Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool r M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson Street i tMKeltMkffiiettiiMiwte tMhwi Peoplers+ 1yV Fee BtMteMC Good Employmeat and Soc aJ1 oats al WRITE rod FULl wronuATWM I IiIhhIlMl INh uwnutnBusiness College JoAirr 1 XTALTERS Jr layStreet iI Briery813 and 814 CLAY STREET c J y Y 1N v rvVi viAxv i 1 i k IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges William Philpot aged seventyfou died at his residence in Cork on December 17- Mary Fagan relict of the late Andrew Pagan died December 16 at Delvii County Westmeath The remains of Dr Michael Flyn were interred at Dungarveii Count Waterford December 10 The funeral of the late Inspector Terence OReilly took place in Dubli December IS He left a wife and chit drcn who deeply mourn his death The Queen has approved of the appoint went of Colonel the Right Honorable Edward Janies Sanderson M P to be her Majestys Lieutenant for the Count Cavan in the room of the late Lord Para ham Dr Douglas Hyde delivered a lecture in the rooms of the Catholic Young Mens Society Balliua on the Gaelic revival Rev J Naughton presided and thei was a very large and enthusiastic audi enceThe Dublin death rate still maintain latge proportions the report for the week ending December 16 being 258 per 1000 persons living which is much hlghe than those of any of the cities of Eng land or Scotland The final foot ball tie in the Count Dublin championship was played at Jones road before over three thousand spectators The competing teams were the Geraldines and Kickhams the forme proving the victors- It is stated in London that the War Office has purchased 18000 additions acres on the Kilworth mountains for the purposes of an artillery range Perms nent barracks are it appears to be erectei at Kilworth eventually A public meeting under the auspices of the United Irish League was held in the Oddfellows Hall Upper Abbey street Alderman Hennessy presiding to choose a candidate to contest the North City ward Mr Crowley was unanimously electedIn to a telegram from John Daly Mayor of Limerick apprising President Kruger at The Hague that the Limericl corporation bad conferred on him the freedom of the city a telegram from the President has been received thanking the corporation for their courtesy- A special meeting of the Belfast Catholic Association was held recently in St Marys Hall for the purpose of completing nominations for the coming munici pal elections Alderman Dempsey an nounced that he had decided to retire from the position he occupied as Alder manAt the Drumcondra petty session James Morrissou of Piermount wa charged with having caused the death oC his mother Jane Morrisson by violence in December at Donnycarney The ac cused was remanded on bail till he will be brought up at the Coolock petty sea along A good beginning in the organization of the 1001 Leinster Feis was made by the conference of the Leinster branches ot Saturday Seventeen branches were rep resented and a committee was appointed to cooperate with the Central Brand Committee in making all arrangement for the Feis A special court was held at Killorglin County Kerry Peter D McKenna Secretary of the Glencar branch of the United Irish League was charged on re mand with having entered into a crimi nal conspiracy to compel certain persons to give up evicted farms which they had taken Accused was remanded on ball A public meeting was held in the Town Hall Naas in connection with the dta putein the Leinster Leader office Speeches were delivered by Messrs Geo Leahy and John Simmons President and Secretary respectively oCthe Dublin Trades Council and Hugh McManus representative of the Typographical Society An interesting personality known as Grannie McGrattan an Ardrossan cen tenarian died there on last Saturday at the age of 107 years She was born in Clochie County Down in February 1703 and settled down in Scotland a widow in 1857 Grannie had been blind for some years and had dnlythe partial useof her limbs At a meeting of the Armagh County Council Joseph Atkinson D L refused to accept a resolution on compulsory pur chase which had been sent by the Derry County Council There was a stormy scene and great indignation was ex pressed by several of the tenant farmers representatives at the highhanded ac lionoCjtbe Chairman Very RevD BFalyey OPoNewry has been reappolnted Prior of the Dominican community The appointment has been received with feelings of the utmost gratification in Ifewry Father Falvey being extremely popular not only among the Catholic people of Newry but also among the members of the different Protestant denominations Tim Harrington M P has sued the Dublin Freemans Journal Company for 15000 damages for alleged libel The ctiori is based oil reports of the Nation ilist convention published in the Evening elegraph and also insinuations made ireviously that Harringtons vote as a number of tile Dublin corporation had teen influenced by monetary cons era loss c A very deckiediinpetua has been given J D the Gaelic Lt gBe movement by the oniitwDce given to it during the course d the late Dublin convention Many of iiUedwttlithrue lai their rtapectivc dUtricU sad tare brot tit backu filth them Urge sup- tllu 01 arAka ttcwrfag to start Milt iSMU t stunt It look M if UMW win1 X ii IJd F i f j 1J soon not lrcaih i Irelatul without earnest students Irish The Rev T CwsMy of Monasterbolce was presented with an illuminated ad dress from the people of Tenure and Fieldstown on ihe occasion of his return from the United States where he had been for some time past collecting funds for the National Cathedral at Armagh The address was read by Patrick Done gan Father Cassidy replied in most appropriate terms and expressed the pleasure it was to him to be associated with the high and ortantmlsslonin- which he was asked to take a share by his Htnineiicc Cardinal I ogue Two weeks ago a meeting of the lead fug Catholics of Sllgo was held In the Town Halt in response to a circular Issued by the Mayor to make arrangements for suitably welcoming his LOrdship Most Rev Dr Clancy Lord Bishop of Klphiu on the occasion of his return from the Kturual City A resolution was passed to present the Bishop with au address of welcome and a suitable gift on his home coming and arrangements were made to that end Some days later however a circular letter was issued by the Very Rev Canon HarteStating that he had re ceived a communication from the Bishop conveying his Lordships desire that his entrance into Sligo should be perfectly private In deference to this expressed wish the idea of a public reception was abandoned THEATRICALS For the coming week the management of the Temple has booked some of the best known vaudeville artists in this country including Lillian Durham singer of operatic and popular songs and who is said to possess a wonderful soprano voice i Prof Jack Burch the magician anoth Herrmann and Chris Lane the celebrated monologue artist and maker of impromptu songs In addition the polyscope will be atthe theater for an other week with an entirely new set of pictures and the stock company will put on a production of The Two Orphans a play that always strikes a responsive chord in the hearts of the theatergoing public and In which Kate Claxton achieved her greatest fame Daily matinees will be given during the week the performances beginning hereafter at 2 and 8 oclock sharp Monday night the ladies will receive a handsome group picture of the entire company Those who desire good seats should not delay- as the advance sale is already large One of the most pretentious new pro ductions which are put forth this season is Mans Enemy that comes to the Avenue next week a picturesque and powerful melodrama by Charles London Dorothy Roasmore Leady Lady in Mans Enemy and Eric Hudson It is a story of life in the city and in the country full of human interest abounding in situations that kindle the heart and quicken the pulse There is comedy as well as pathos scenes that evoke roars of laughter and scenes that elicit tears of sympathy The vaudeville event of the season will be the coming of Reilly Woods Big Show to the Buckingham next week Always ahead of the times the management of this favorite attraction have this 141 LAUGHING PAT REILLY season far outdone their previous efforts and the reeultie1 s show that has no equal in the realm tit vaudeville Composed pCtwcatyeixlttltarprinel plsj culled from the front ranks of the various branches of the a wetaentworidf there- isoferedfuone blltke cream ofdnimatic operatic aueiwli eoawdy and vaudeville elttllrtaintrt eiUy and FrankD Bryan are atUlUHJIeading spirits both in the managementc the company and the priteatatiou c4e perfotmanceand a- betterguaraptete of merit sin sot be offered HubaadI ejtet Sat the outers under the boottaaa work at alii aad Ive Oiled tbNp Rife with ooutdov euperiodt thaet MM ctor elf f i 0 f1 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes The new State Chaplain of Ohio is Re Charles Mullierin of St Marys church Martins Ferry The Hon James Galllvan who has been elected Street Commissioner oC Boston belongs to Division 68 John Ollearn wilt was last wont elected Mayor of Tauutou Mas Isa member of Division 2 of that city Philip Connell President of Divfsic 3 is the Democratic candidate for Mayor of Worcester Mass Ills election seems certainThe Hibernian Rifles of Irovidcm gave a grand New Years ball in connection with their fair Thursday was set apart as Hibernian night when a number of divisions paraded to the hall Division 1 held no meeting this week There will be some important business transacted Tuesday night week and President Dolan and Secretary Peter Cusick request all members to attend The Daughters of Erin of North Mann Mass will assist Division 4 with its fait which opens January 12 and continue one week Among the features will be a ladles voting contest Cora gold watch Fire Chief James McFall was voted the most popular patron of the fair just give by the Hibernians of Roanoake Va The contest for the most popular engineer on the Norfolk Western was won by A M Cousins of Norfolk The Hibernians of Bellows Falls Vermont are laying plans for celebrating the twentieth anniversary of the founding oC their society which occurs on January 13 1901 As that day will be Sunday the day of the celebration will be the following Tuesday January 16 The members of Division 2 of Min neapolis gave their friends a splendi entertainment Monday night at the Labor Temple There was a drawing Cor several valuable prizes and at the conclusion nil celebrated the end of the cen tury and the dawn of the new era by attending the midnight mass Division 14 the one just organized iin Providence R I initiated thirteen candidates and received number of appli cations at the last meeting Among the visitors present were State Presiden Quinn Secretary OBrien and Count President Dillon Each made remark and congratulated the division upon its rapid growth and prosperity The Ladies Auxiliary of Division 1 oC Providence receiyed invitations for soda exercises from the Hibernian Knights Hibernian Rifles and the ladies of Woon socket They will also shortly entertain their friends with a social in the near future The employment committee has done much good work the past year and two more members were added thereto Mrs Kennedy State President of the ladies Auxiliary of Rhode Islandanl several terms President of Division 3 oC Providence was presented just before Christmas with a handsome china tea set as a token of the esteem in which she is held by lady members of the order Since her election as State President she bas has organized a number of divisions in little Rhody Among the flourishing divisions it Massachusetts is Division 28 of Revere It has its own hall which it had builtt ia substantial edifice standing on the corner of Broadway and Winthrop avenue In the lower part is the meeting room oC the division and in the upper part is a hall for dancing The division has nearly 100 members and a large sum m the treasury A preliminary meeting looking to the establishment of a military company tg the Hibernians of Columbus Ohio was held recently at the A O H rooms or Spring street The meeting was called by James T Carroll State Secretary Mr Carroll was elected temporary President and John E Connors Secretary Mr Carroll stated the object of the meeting after which he introduced Capt Johi Coleman of the Hibernian Rifles oC Springfield who made an address One of the most enterprising divisions La New York State is Division 5 of Bald vinsville a small town near Syracuse Its New Years eve ball was the largest and most pleasant social gathering held there this year There were present Hibernians from all other Onondaga couuty divisions Thomas Berney James Sennett and Edward OBrieli were the Chairmen of the Arrangements Recep Lion and Dance Committees and made he affair one long to be remembered The annual hall of Division 09 of Dos ton was a gratifying success Union Park hall was decorated with American rod Irish flags and bunting fuel pictures The march was an imposing one several Kindred couples participating Durfnjj the evening musical selections were ren ered and a poem read written for the occasIon by Father Timothy Abbott of Nashville Tenn Though this is a young dlvlsionlt is one of the most flourishing in Boston having nearly 200 members in good standing and over 600 in the reasuryThe of the commissionedl Beers of the various companies of Hi ernlan Rifles throughout tae State of New York which was held at Sche ectady last mouth for the purpose of inning a regiment was called to order y State President Slattery The districts presented included Long Island New fork City Richmond countyAlbanyT- rClyCohoesSchenectady Amsterdam ofahnstown Rochester and Auburn After rmation the regiment was divided into attalioaa as follows First New York an4 Richmond SecondAlhanyTroy gaThirdScheaeCtad Wdaifl Fourth Rochester Auburn ud Buffalo p Chwrlc H Carey fr UteTrby company WM elected Colon- tiIlthe rtjrttnent and CiyUin David room ollcbeaeCud1 t Cola t TIle ooavmtdop ablotaalo4Vto fast Maeu c 1I1lnIa 1rZ hJouNBCAstiKUAN ARTHUR GtANGHAM BRBCKINRIDGB CASTIHMAN Royal Insurance Co OF LIVERPOOL LARGEST FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY IN TUB WOR- LDCASTVLEMANBARBEE Managers Southern Department GENERALOOLt1 tA SDILDINCi LOUISVILLE KY unnuauuuJfUuUDIJaU1 it Ift IOranWSmifhsSonsl I Funeral Directors II- ii And L3mbalmersV i IlVllSS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer I I Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice IIl- 1li MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET I= TELEPHONE 810IIUWnuDDDDDIIauZftI Z UDDD1i1 CENTRAL COAL IRON COINCORPORATED 410 WEST MAIN STREET LMiners and Dealers in RENDER AND ECHOLS COAL ALWAYS GIVES SATISFACTION All Sizes Anthracite Coal on Hand Tel 157 and 2324 1 111111 I I i tll 1 iE I HI 1 II IIIIII Muiooon Monument6 GomponyDES- IGNERS= AND BUILDERS OFII= ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE III I I Iiii I Artistic Work Only Solicited1 Workshops sad Studios Carrara Italy T1 WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN DDDftUDJlDII w1 1 DIJlDIJlftDnD FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVlLLE KY HERRMANN BROTHERS Importers of Fino Wines nncl Liquors Distillers and Whole sale Cealcij in Fine Brands Kentucky Whiskies especially FEARLOF NELSONBOTTLED IN BOND TELEPHONE 19482 234 SIXTH STREET Big Four VV The Buffalo Route toI s 1901 Pan American ExpositionblgFonr Ronto in connection with Lak- oSboroMlchlgan southern and New York cqulpPOdtraint 1otrom South and West Me1 I1WsfdnJtV AtWoPDtppt 1 olaclunsttV- c S J GATES GENL AGENT LOUISVILLE KY t JOHN F OBRTEIvBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER o i4cOO14t04 Story Avenue vT Ub tt 9 14- liOlilSVItL tY j t1 r e