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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 5ic KENTUCKY IRNItx AMERICANd VOLUME VINO 25 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 22 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS QUICK WORK Now Hibernian Hall at Seventh and Market Heady For Occupancy Will Bo Turned Over to Divis lUlls Next Tuesday Night Division 1 Will Initiate Large Glass Under the New Ritual ALL MEMBERS INVITED TO ATTEND The news last week that the Ancient Order of Hibernians had secured a new hall created something of a sensation among the members who will be still more surprised to learn that the new home is now ready for occupancy and will be formally opened at the meeting of Division 1 next Tuesday night The hall is located on the southwest corner Seventh and Market streets and occupies the entire second floor over Taylors dry goods store the entrance being on Seventh street During the past two weeks the Hall Board has had painters electricians decorators and up holsters at work every day Mike Walsh having the contract for the painting and Joseph Hubbuch doing the decorating and furnishing the carpets The hall and anteroom will be lighted by electric ity handsome fixtures having been placed therein by John Cronan the well known Thirdstreet electrician Fine taste has been displayed in the arrangement of the officers stations and furniture which is all handsome par ticularly the chairs donated by the divisions for the officers The carpets and furnishings are brilliant in color and a most agreeable surprise awaits all who attend the opening Messrs Tom Keenan and James Coleman have had charge of the work which they have had executed with surprising rapidity Tuesday night the paraphernalia for the new ritual will be exhibited for the first time when Division 1 will have a class of twelve to initiate The degree team has for weeks been preparing for this exemplification of the degrees They- nreHiistructiVlfand interesting surpass ing in all respects the expectations of the most exacting The County Board hiss spared no expense and Louisville will possess an outfit unsurpassed by any in this country Members of all divisions are extended an invitation to be present that night and also on the night following when the third and fourth degrees will be conferred at the meeting of Divis ion 4 President Dolan and Secretary Tynan of Division 1 have issued cards to the members notifying them of the annual election of officers which also takes place Tuesday night Those who have served during the past year have done so with satisfaction to the membership and the changes in officers will be few it any The gentlemen to be initiated are all well known and will add material strength to the oldest division in Louisville Division 2 will assemble next Thursday night and altogether the week promises to be the liveliest and most important in Hibernian circles for many years past Because of all this work the order will this year forego its annual Fourth of July picnic but it is probable that steps will soon be taken for a union celebration by the entire membership CEDAR GROVE Misses Ernestine Werst and Marie Bosche This Years Graduates The graduating exercises of St Bene dicts Academy Cedar Grove took place Wednesday morning at the beautiful St Anthonys Hall Twentythird and Market streelsA large audience had gathered at an early hour to witness this galadayof the old Alma Mater The two young ladles on whom the institu tion was to confer the graduating honors were Misses Ernestine Werst and Marie Irma Bosche Unlike to other com mencement exercises we noticed here a pleasing innovation consisting in the crowning of the two young lady grad uates immediately after the overture played by the academy orchestra The programme consisting of musical selections drills tableaus and recitations was rendered by the pupils with admirable precision and we may add with un usual eloquence We can not refrain from mentioning especially the sweet and merry crowd of Little Gleaners the Combination Drill remarkable for the elegant and graceful movements of the senior class and the unique Bells where the merry sleigh bells the joyful t wedding bells the interesting fire bells and the mournful funeral bells were pictured in words songs costumes and tableaux simply to perfection Of the musical and spectacular part of the pro gramme The Bella unquestionably were the post novel awl the most pleas ilag Misa Ernestine Werst delivered the valedictory which as a composition and sample of loclltl deserves the highest praiaelOn MM Portals of the Future WM the title of this eay The youth r n ful author showed herself master of the occasion and voiced admirably the thrill ing emotions which necessarily fill a young heart at the closing hour of her hap py school days standing at the threshold of 4 future so unlike to the pasta future so full of uncertainties as to dangers joys and sorrows sadly tearing herself away from those hallowed walls the scene of her earnest aspirations to intel lectual proficiency and of true happiness drawing courage and strength only from that thoroughly Christian education she has received an education not only in science but also in solid virtue It is but doing her justice to compliment Miss Werst upon her natural rendition her sweet delivery the ease and gracefulness with which she accomplished the arduous task of valeditorian She deserves to be heartily congratulated upon her talent earnest work and success These the institution duly recognized when four gold medals that of literary merit of scholarship of deportment and of music were awarded her amid the applause of the audience LAWN FETE A Generous Reception Awaits Visitors to Clifton Tues day Night A number of the leading ladies and gentlemen residing in Clifton have arranged for an enjoyablesocial lawn fete next Tuesday afternoon and evening to be held on Rev Father Whites lawn The children will be entertained from 3 to 0 oclock in the afternoon All who attend will be treated to ice cream and cake and in addition there will be nu elaborate supper served by the ladies A number of handsome prizes will be dis tributed in a novel manner which will add interest to this affair It may properly be remarked that there is no prettier suburban place than Father Whites lawn in Clifton and a generous reception awaits all who attend The reverend gentleman is one of the best known clergymen in Louisville and as the cars pass his place the grounds should be filled with his friends from all parts of the city Those of our readers who would spend a really pleasant evening and enjoy the pure country air should bear this fete in mindThe general management of this fete andreception has been placed in the hands of Mrs Kate Ortli and Misses Rose Shea and M Merrimee and they will be assisted by Secretary Ed Burke and Treasurer John Donahue A pleasing feature will be the presentation of pretty goldmedals to those young ladies who sell over fifty tickets of whom there are several Special committees will look after the comfort and enjoy ment of the visitors as follows Dining Hall Mesdames Oesweiu Boldt Trench Maguire Marrs and PlanaganRefreshmentsMisses Rose Shea Het tie Donahue Julia Hollorau Nellie Drfna hue Mary Shockency Anna Leahy and Nellie Hannan- PrlzelMessrs Joseph Kessack George Martin H Merrimee and Girard Alex anderCustodlansMessers Owen Keiran Thomas Hannan Dan Leahy and Joseph Oeswein FAVOR THE UNION Catholic Knights Take Steps Toward Their Annual Celebration The regular monthly meeting of the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America at St Marys Hall was attended by delegates from all the branches Messrs John Recktenwald and H E Koetter representing Branch 7 of New Albany the last one admitted President Edward J McDermott of the Catholic Union delivered an able address as did also Newton G Rogers and William C Smith after which a motion was unanimously adopted recom mending all branches to affiliate with the Catholic Union President Veeneman appointed Messrs Michael Reichert William T Meehan Joe McGinn Edmund Rapp and George Schlafer a special committee to devise ways and means for holding the annual celebrationDelegates Veeneman and McGinn made their reports which gave general satisfaction Both were commended for their watchfulness and good work at the national convention FOR THE BIO DAY The Trinity Minstrel Company now predict the greatest Fourth of July cele bration ever witnessed in Louisville as they will spare neither labor nor expense The following are the officers making the arrangementsPresidentJames B Kelly Vice PresidentBen Hund SecretaryTom Garvey TreasurerJoe Piazza Executive CommitteeJoseph Kirch dorfer Edward Bosler Will Gut The Young Ladles Auxiliary wUl serve a bounteous supper and refreshments CONVALESCING John T Rodgers who four weeks ago suffered an attack of muscular rheuma tism that has since eoufitwd him to his home 1923 Bank trHtw88 yesterday reported much better Next week tie willveforKartiulVtne accompanied by hU Wil HU friends hope for lib entire recovery and ap dy return bom NASHVILLE KnifflitsofCoIuinhus Hold Their Second Initiation and Banquet EightyFive Candidates Admit ted From All Parts of the South Hon Edward iT McDermott Delivers the Principal Address BISHOP BYRNE WELCOMES VISITORS The recent initiation and banquet of Nashville Council of the Knights of Columbus took place last Sunday when eightyfive candidates from all parts of the South were admitted to membership About 200 visiting members were present many of the number being from Louis ville A special mass was celebrated at the Cathedral at which all the Knights were present in a body Rev Father John Morris Chaplain of the Nashville Council was the celebrant and during his sermon took Occasion to pay a hand some tribute to the great good the Knights of Columbus are doing among the Catholic laymen of the country After the mass the Knights and candi dates repaired to Watkins Hall where the degrees were conferred What fol lowed is thus told by the Nashville AmericanWhen the initiation was over the Knights repaired to the Conservatory of Music where an elaborate banquet was spread None of the hotels were able to accommodate the crowd and the selec tion of the spacious Conservatory of Music proved a happy solution to the problem Long tables were arranged in the concert ball which was fittingly decorated in honor of the occasion Smaller tables were placed on the cool verandas of the oldfashioned building and the visiting Knights were given the preference of this inviting place After the elaborate menu had been fully enjoyed and the cigars passed around the speechmaking began Hon M T Bryan act das toastmaster and lutroltltbe speakers ir a happy and delightful manner The Knights were given a cordial and hospitable welcome by Right Rev Bishop Byrne who sat in the center of the toast masters table Bishop Byrne spoke of the magnificent showing the Knights of Columbus had made in recent years and said he looked forward to it with keen anticipation of the great good that will result from it He spoke of the value of Catholic laymen in the upbuilding of the church and admonished those present to make their daily lives an example of all that is good and holy A good honest upright noble Catholic man he said one who Is fair in all his dealings pure in his thoughts and actions and charitable to his fellowmen has more influence for good in a community than a dozen sermons Let your lives be such that the men of the world will regard you with respect and admiration This is what it means to be a good practical Catholic The first speaker to follow Bishop Byrne was Hon Edward J McDermott from Kentucky and one of the most gifted of that States orators His toast was Leo the Thirteenth He was introduced in a pleasant way by Toast master Bryan and was greeted with a tremendous outburst of applause lIe said in part- Though I am sensible of the honor shown me by the request for a speech on the toast of Leo XIII I feel that I a layman shall not be able to express fittingly the admiration reverence and love due from us and from all hlghminded men to the great Pontiff who in his ninetysecond year after twentythree memorable years of service in his high office in spite of all sorts of trying diffi- cultIes and dangers in spite of atheists and hostile fanatics in spite of petty Italian politicians and of innumerable enemies of the church in many lands without any bayonets to sustain him still sits in majesty on the imperishable throne of Peter His influence iin the world still outweighs the power pf any king or emperor He relies not upon brute force but upon conscience and the word of God In the first place he is a practical man In his youth he was a learned skillful diplomat and experience has increased his power As Bishop of Perugia be not only founded schools colleges hospitals and churches but he built good roads and encouraged thrift and fostered agriculture He takes a high and broad view of the affairs of the world He knows well the weak points and strong points of that modern Zeitgeist which many praise and few under stand Socialism commercialism militarism and atheism lie knows thoroughly and against them he has hurled his shining lance with tremendous power He spares no folly or wrong among the rich or the poor Though he was born of an aristocratic and titled f l1ybe lisa always led an austere life TMlensw and luxury he IIM scorned HU sympa thee have been with the poor and yet ia Ilk great encyclicals on capital and labor IM baa given ino countenance to cry orIHjimMIceor riot on thcLOne side 00 nor to greed nor to bjTpression on the other fc- In the promotion off learning and literature he has wot the admiration and the gratitude of Scholars lie has toll the laity and the llergy that they must foster education fin good primary schools and in broad thoroughgoing universities He has jlold the clergy again and again that they must lead in intellectual excellence M well as ill boll ness of life lie has told us that a model priest must have the prfestly spirit that he must lead a pureX selfsacrificing exemplary life that he nust have priestly knowledge both secular and ecclesiasti cal learning ora wide range In season and out f season he has sought to be a harbingeof peace to every nation afflicted by strifor bloodshed to be a true and diligent representative of the Prince of Peace Wherever grim visaged war has shown iris wrinkled front this gentleman has souaKt to avoid the clash of arms awl the spilling of blood and yet he is no weaklhor coward as his firm suppression of brigandage at Beuevento showed wheti lie was quite a young man but the representative of the Pope Under his adminiratioii as BIshop of Perugia there came Ojtitne once when the prison did not contain a single criminal He has labored too for charity and brotherly love autfmg all men for unity among all Christians for fair and cool debate of religious flogmas Discord and bitterness have beeuri hateful to hint In his encyclical on Anricsnisin lie has given his approval of IB well regulated liberty in his fold of in jtividual freedom of thought speech nuilfauction within the limits of the more flaw and yet he abates no jot of those iiidrishiable truths which he as the teacherJof the immortal church must Ulaintahd ill their pristine strength and beauty The marvelous groi ih of the church in this country under new and trying conditions in an ntirii sphere which it was hoped by the eneni es of the church would dwarf or 8Ufl itshows that nothing can overthrow t that men and time try their strength i gainst 4 it in vain We know that one of th fchosen apostles betrayed his master thj t another out of worldly respect thric J denied him that the Pope does tin rnlnfiti to be incapable of sin or infalia jle ns to science or goYerunleu1 1 njTai anYOlI matters but if the llithe main had not been good uiwCaud the church sound in its tenets and generally wise in its government it could ii 1liave stood the corroding influences if centurIes of change and strife FrefifVUie day when the shackled St Peter ifeI old Mamer tine prison in RonieJjaMicd his jailers- and S went joyfully to iI up to this- hour the Papacy hiss bSfilits moral sway over ever increasing Pjkiia of men in I all quarters of theearWr Rblli RImmortalis sanctified by the tears and blood of the early Christian martyrs saved from ruin again and again by the power of the church in the early and mid dIe ages nourished and enriched by the offerings of Catholics of every Christian nation may not honor him as she should but we and all Catholics in this free republic owing and giving allegiance in civilaffairs only to our own flag and our own institutions nevertheless revere and love Let the Thirteenth and in matters giveIiiiiiWe are proud of his goodness his moral justfamestitious devotion It rests upon a reason able solid foundation and all wise high minded scholarly men can understand and respect even if they do not share our feelings His mind undimmed by age rising above the dross and mist of earth and its petty clamors gleams before us like the moving star preceeding and fore telling the approach of a brighter clearer and happier day To many people he is an absurd or dreadful bogie unlike any thing in the heavens above or the earth beneath To us he is not a god not even a saint not too good for natures daily use but preeminently good man a wise man a religious man full of human sympathy and charity Long may he abide with us- a INDIANA IGHTS Hold Large and Enthusiastic Meeting In Now Albany The Catholic Knights of New Albany held a large and enthusiastic meeting at Holy Trinity Hall last Sunday evening All the branches in Southern Indiana were represented many coming to hear the address of Dennis Gorman the newly appointed nationalorganizer Short but interesting speeches were made by Rev Fathers Kelly and Uuder reitmeier followed by Organizer Gorman who explained to nonmembers the many benefits derived from membership in the Catholic Knights of America dwelling at some length on the successful history of the organization awl the proceedings of the late St Louis convention The Supreme Council has gone actively to work throughout the country and he predicted that it would not be long till the reserve fund reaches the immense sum of 11000000 Miss Eva Horn the accomplished and pretty daughter of Bro Horn of Branch 7 of New Albany gave a recitation entitled The Maniac which was well rendered and warmly applauded President Jonathan Thickstun of Branch 64 of Jefferootiville made some spirited remarks as did also President Frank Zoeller of Branch Dof New Albany The meeting WM held under the atupices of Branek 7 and will no doubt result in an increase of the membership f Pit are aperient and wholesome They areeald to be vi uable as a food for those suffering front cancer they are used externally as we ai internally j UNITED LEAGUE Enthusiastic Meetings and New Branches Being Formed in Many Counties Great Gathering Adopts Reso lutions at Grcnagh in County Cork Cablegrams From America Con gratulating the Irish Party in Parliament IRISH REFORMS THAT ARE DEMANDED On Sunday a great meeting under the auspices of the United Irish League was heldat Grenagh in the constituency of MidCork says the Dublin Weekly Free man in its issue of June 8 The meeting was very largely attended and Included several contingents from outlying dis tricts The chair was occupied by the speakersIncluded It Crean M Pi p D Sheehan M Pi J J Howard Chairman Cork County Council and Alderman Walsh A couple of policemen were in attendance near the platform The Reverend Chairman in opening the proceedings asked the people to put their hands down deep into their pockets and show they were determined to sup port the Irish Parliamentary party The people were he said under the strongest obligations to support their Parliamentary representativesLetters were received from Rev Pather Kennedy of Blarney Rev Father Griffin of Donoghtnore and F W Mahony of Blarney On motion of John Daly seconded by T B Heal Chairman of the Macroom District Coun cil the following resolution was ndoptedt That we demand selfgovernment and pledge ourselves to carry oh the fight until our legitimate rights are con ceded by the granting of a legislative assembly in Dublin to make laws for the Irish people according to Irish ideas that no settlement of the land question be deemed satisfactory only ownership of the land by the tiller under a scheme ofcompulsorysaletiridp rchasewhich will also secure the reinstatement of evicted tenants and guard the interest of the laborers that we protest against the manner in which this country is presently overtaxed that we demand complete educational equality for the Catholics of Ireland including the establishment and endowment of a uni versity in whose benefits we can conscientiously participate that we condemn landgrabbiug in every shape and form and hereby pledge ourselves to dealwith it by every means wherever it shows its hateful head D D Sheehan M P speaking as one who had been prominently identified with the labor movement in the past said that now that he had been elected Parliament he would do everything to promote the interests and advocate the grievances of all classes in the community He referred to the courtesy with which he had been received by the members of the Irish party into their ranks He maintained that they could have no peace contentment or satis factory solution of the land question In Ireland until the landlords were expa triated completely and absolutely from the land It was the peoples duty to the National movement and for the safe guarding of the farmers that landgrabbing should not be encouraged- J J Howard Chairman Cork County Council congratulated the people oh having secured as their representative for MidCork a gentleman who could be relied on to look after the Interests of his constituents and one who was a valuable addition to the present useful party The laborers farmers and artisans were all more firmly united than ever and determined to carry on the fight which was being waged under the United Irish league which was no narrow or one sided League for it embraced every interest within the island of a truly Nationalist character Eugene Crean M P appealed to every person in the district who was not a member of the League to immediately join its ranks The people of America and Australia were ready to give a help ing hand in the great movement and nearly every day cablegrams were re ceived in the House of Commons from those countries congratulating the Irish party on their great work there J C Flynn M P in the course of a powerful speech said that the work which lay before the organization and before the Irish Parliamentary party at present was no ordinary work of politics as understood in the conventional sense in England but it meant for them the retention by the people of Ireland of their native land On Saturday an important meeting to establish a branch of the United Irish League was held at Ballygalget County Down Rev Father MBride presided over a very large attendance and in a vigorous speech said T W Russell was fighting a good fight but It was because he was following in good footsteps and hind the whole strength of the United Iriih League at hit back Compulsory purchase would be an ad lI ebl1t Nationalists would not be satisfied till they would get home rule and this was to be attained simply and solely by every man woman and child joining the United Irish League The Irish party were really united thanks to the United Irish League which William OBrien had almost exhausted himself in bringing to be such a glorious power for Ireland Those of them who read the papers could oinginreal opposition in the House of Commons because they were united and their hearts were in their work Resolutions demanding Irish reforms were adopted and a strong branch of the league was formedOn a splendid public meeting was held at Cloonfad in support of the principles of the United Irish League It is situated on the borders of North Galway South Mayo and South Roscom mon and as the places around are thickly populated the meeting was exceedingly large and the greatest enthusiasm and proceedings erected at the end of the village and the peopleMartinspeeches were made by John ODonnell M P Michael Delaney Francis Burke Thomas Higgins and William Cuunane of the Knock branch Listrybranch SundayThe phy M P attended and received a presidedATierneevan near Gort County Galway on Sunday for the purpose of establishing a branch of the United Irish League In the absence of the Rev Father Sweeny the chair was taken by John Quinn The Chairman briefly and clearly explained the objects of the meeting and said that it was gratifying to see the people of the parish supporting the cause DuffyM ceived with loud cheers addressed the meeting anti a branch of the United Irish League was then formed and over eighty members enrolled D F Burke giving was appointed President Martin Nestor Treasurer and Michael Mitchell Secretary S ROYAL IRISH STYLE Thats How Branch 24 Entertained the Contra Committee Members of the Central Commitee of the Catholic KrifghtsQf America visited their Limerick brethren at the meeting of Branch 24 Tuesday evenIngmud1l those present were delighted with their recepjtipn Thistbranclihas been grow lug steadify President McGinn anriounc inV that five members had been initiated at the preceeding meeting There was a large attendance present when President McGinn introduced the visitors among whom were State officers Reichert and Score Jonathan Thickstun of Jeffersonville Henry Veeneman William T Meehan Supreme Trustee William C Smith John Sheridan Louis Hamel Peter Dowling John Ruddy J Henkle and several members from Branch 32 nearly all of whom made short talks complimenting Branch 24 several expressing the hope that other branches would observe its example in arousing the members to attend meetings and become acquainted with the Central CommitteeBefore adjourning the visitors were invited to be the guests of Mr and Mrs James Wolf Eigjith and Qldham streets where they were seated before bounteously laden tables and feasted in royal Irish style This was the most delightful affair ever tendered the Knights who departedwith loud praises for Mrs Wolf whose charming manner and unbounded hospitality delighted every one The toast to the host and hostess was drank amid hearty cheers S I MODEL COFFEE STORE John M Mulloy who for years past has enjoyed a large coffee and tea trade has moved from Fourth street to West Market between Sixth and Seventh where he has the most modern and best equipped coffee and tea store in the Southwest His formal opening will not take place till next week when the public will be invited to visit the store and witness his method of roasting coffee fresh every day This is the only house that will allow public inspection of its in terlor workings 4 MARY CONNELL WINS The committee of the Third Order of St Francis this week awarded the gold watch to Miss Mary Council a young girl employed in the dressmaking depart ment of the John C Lewis Company hers being the highest number The drawing took place in St Francis Hall Books on the watch were closed last week and a goodly sum for the poor was realized POPULAR OFFICIAL Charlie McCarthy the well known turnkey at the jail is considered one of Jailer Pflanzs most popular deputies anti can be counted on to help his superior wonderfully in the coming primary as he has a large following in his district Limerick Charlie Is ever ready to welcome lila friends at the jail but hopes none may need his services in an official wayS I CATHEDRAL CELEBRATION Tickets are out for the annual outing of the Cathedral societies which will beheld this year at Riverview Park on Wednesday July 17 The Cathedral celebrations are always largely attended and very enjoyable OFFICERS ELEGTE Hibernians Enthusiastic Over Their Success During the J Past Year I John Cavaiiaugh the Unani mous Choice For Divis- Ion President Jeflursonvillo Honors Robert Gle son With Another Full Term GREAT INTEREST WAS MANIFESTED The Hibernians of Louisville New A1 bony and Jeffersonville have enjoyed an other year of unprecedented prosperit and success all divisions having increased in membership and finances This has been due in great measure ttc the zealous work of the officers all of whom have been untiring in their efforts to make the Ancient Order of Hibernians a more representative Irish organization whenever and wherever possible The annual elections occur during the monthof June and the interest taken therein this year was greater than eve J efore Division 4 last week held the1 first election which resulted in the choice of all its old officers Monday night Division 3 held the largest meeting that has assembled this year with President John Cavanaugh In the chair Besides the regular routine business it was resolved to hold only monthly sessions during the mouths of July August and September meeting on the first Monday of each month The division members of the Hall Board made their report after which it was unanimously voted to purchase for the new ball an officers chair of hand some design Patrick Holly entertained thin members with ail eloquenraddresTTtw unity and many take this to mean thw the division will before long make it headquarters in Hibernian Hall I The election of officers then took plate time vote for each being unanimous President John Cavauaugh Vice PresidentMichaellIoban Recording SecretaryPatrick T Sulli vanr VPiiMiinflL rfrretiry1 Nfrfool idanTreasure1George J Butler SergeantatArms Patrick Begley SentinelHugh J Higgins Standing CommitteeDenny Coleman Lawrence MJTckey James Brown Joseph Cooney and Phil Cavanaugh Tuesday night there was an immense turnout at the meeting of Division 1 in Jeffersouville over one hundred members being present Peter Reilly was initiated app1iCJ1tiontee reported William Coyle as shin entirely recovered from the occide which befell him recently with no met bers on the sick list After the transa ion of the usual business the election i officers was gone Into with the followin resultPresidentRobert Gleason Vice President B A Coll TreasurerMichael Kinney Recording Secretary John J Devitt Financial SecretaryFrank Hogan i Standing Committee William Covlet Richrd Kennedy Pat Dixon John Hogan Con ONeil- lSergeantatArmsThomas Horan Sentinel Steve Breen MarshalMike Noon i The only contests were for places on the Standing Committee and Sergeant atArms which were close and exciting The division accepted an invitation to be present at the opening of time new Hiberi 0 nian Hall in Louisville next Tuesday night and then adjourned for a social session of an hour during which refresh ij meals of all kinds and cigars were serves everybody The officers selected thus far are all tried men who will have the hearty support of the entire membership during the coming year They will be installed by their respective County Presidents at their next meeting p S MAYME KILEY Popular Young Lady Prosi dent of Trinity Council AuxiliaryI The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trin ity Council Y M I held their aunui election of officers at the club house ott East Gray street Tuesday night result lug as follow- slresidentMayiiie Kiley Vice PresidentJosephine Hoertz TreasurerAlice EHard Recording SecretaryMayme Fink Financial Secretary Mrs James J jCorI j Marshal Llllle Ackermaun The organization is to be congrahdat J upon the selection of time foregoing offi cers who are all popular young iadlejSl loveable disposition and pleasing1 iUs of character especially Miss Mifynie Kiley whose hosts of friends are elatfd over her election For twoyears she wait Recording Secretary of this wellknow aoci4Ly tr 32 aPtOK C n KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN NIIII1INNNIININNMI Quoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americana WYLLIAM M HIGGINS Pubiiesrier SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Sc Entered at the Louisville Pastotflco aft Second Cls Matter AMicriiU naaalcationitotbe KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 326 West Qreen Street OUISVHL1S KY SATURDAY JUNE 22 1901 ALL GOOD MEN The gentlemen named by the Democratic party as candidates for the General Council are all good then and from present indications they will be elected Professional mercantile manufacturing busi ness and laboring men have all been recognized The interests of Louisville an certain of advancement when placed- n the hands of such well known itizens as Nathan M Uri William rf OHearn James J Fitzgerald Paul Barth and Humphrey Knecht who are candidates for Aldermen The nominees for Councilmen are all well known in their respect ive wards and throughout the city Such names as Albert S Smith Alvah L Terry John Baron A J Domeck S S Blitz Herman F Christen and Augustus Miller add whichtactRepublicans the Commercial de claring that unless they name a ticket equally as strong there is no hope for that partys success in November Lack of space prevents us from giving more extended notice this week WHAT AILS PATRICK This is a very modern age and a number of modern people live in it Most of us have heard of poor Miss Hickey who went off to school named Margaret and in a few months returned named Marguerite heard also of thtit other young lady who left home named Bridget OBrien and sent back let- tersi a week later signed Bride Obrionn Her friends pitied her believing she had forgotten how to spell her name Others concluded r she had married and telegraphed congratulations Folly of this kind belongs to the sweet girl graduate sometimesWhat are we to think fE fathers and mothers who deliber ately insist on their children being named Marguerite Hickey Bride OBrien and Patrice Dolan A few days ago we saw it chronicled that Miss Uuphrosyne Elide Cusack had appeared iti a church concert up at Chicago Her voice was described as captivating and we do not won der but would she not have sung quite as well as Miss Elizabeth Cusack Patrice Dolan could climb the hills of fame quite as well if Inamed Patrick And then theres Miss Maudie OFlaherty and Miss Marie Dooleyshade of Conn of the Hundred Battles are the Irish in America all turning French Alas it does so seem I What ails the name Patrick that it is no longer respectable In the old Roman days it meant a patrician Today it means disgrace to Patrick ODowd if he finds it attached to his surname Day after day we find fewer people named Michael and why It is the name of an archangel And Dennis or its ancient form Deniswell weve laid that by entirely Meanwhile I the crop of Herman Dooleys Hart J old McMahon and Edythe Fogar tys is on the increase and we are sorry such is the case Fifty years hence no doubt the Royal American Keltic Society may be advising that even the name of the shamrock shall be changed Contemplate if you can without Laughter a redheaded frecklefaced barefooted gossoon wading the mud and bear jlag the name Corneille De Castel Qane ODohertyl The sign on the U moon just now is that hereafter the recordingtingeliagoiugto have a lot of trouble writing down Irish The Boers have no small number of sympathizers even in London At a meeting held Wednesday night strong resolutions of sym pathy were adopted by an audience that filled Queens Hall to which thousands were unable to gain admission That was an excellent move of the Board of Trade in running a business mens excursion from this city to the Bluegrass counties This friendly intermingling of our city and country merchants and manufacturers will prove of mate rial benefit to Louisville and the entire section visited RELIGION THE REMEDY There is a masterly analysis of the latest encyclical of the Holy Father on Christian Democracy in the Catholic World Magazine for June The hollow ness of the many schemes that have been submitted for social betterment is becom ing evident and the thinking people are settling down to the fact that there iis but one great remedy and that is the remedy that can come only through ia wider diffusion of the spirit of religion All reform is foursquare Society can not be lifted up by a onecorner ful cruni It must be a basic reform In words more apt the Holy Father declares they must apply themselves with undiminished ardor to the perfection of the spirit The priests field is the whole social world Hy example and precept he must induce the people to cultivate peace to avoid rabbles and rioting to do justice willingly to love domestic life and above all to practice religion in emulation of the perfect model the Holy Family of Nazareth The priest nfus urge the business man to do business in true high and incorruptible principles from th Stockholder he must demand illsVote voice and influence for the in violable rights of his humblest employe he must insist that the public officer stand unflinchingly for public righteousness and against all commerce with the devil in approving or licensing iniquity for public or private revenue he must convince judge lawyer teacher and legislator that he is under vows to savor with Christian grace every secular func tion he may be called upon to discharge- In a word the priest by his very position- is fitted and should reach the remotest muscle and nerve of thelxxly politic and the body social This vast body should be a united power for God and the church The priest as a skilled pilot should guide them safely through the Charybdis of false hatred by the Scylla of forbidden and heretical organization into the safe and peaceful harbor of Mother Church CHEERY PEOPLE There is but one thing like themthat- is sunshine It is the fashion to state the comparison the other end foremost i e- to flatter the cheery people by comparing them to the sun I think it is the best way of praising the sunshine to say it is almost as bright and inspiring as the presence of cheery people If there were only a sure and certain receipt for the making of a cheery person how glad we would all be to try ill How thankful we would all be to do good like sunshine To cheer everybody up and to help everybody along to have everybodys face brighten the minute we came in sight Why it seems to me that there can not be in this life any pleasure half so great- as this would be If we look at life only from a selfish standpoint it would be worth while to be a cheery person merely because It would be such a satisfaction to have everybody so glad to live with us to see us even to meet us on the street THE BUSY PRIEST More than that of most men the life of a priest is full of change Constantly must he pass straight from the font where he Iras poured the water of life over the newly born to administer in the chamber of suffering the last sacraments to the dying Often he must leave the house of joy for the house of mourning and rise from the table of the marriage feast in order to bury the dead lie must go from the luxurious drawing room to the humble sometimes squalid cottage he must leave the altar for the world and society for the church He must instruct the learned as well ns the ignorant he must be at the beck of high and low alike He can not say as might the doctor or lawyer This or that is not my business why do you come to me Everything is the priests business every man woman and child is his patient or client OFFICERS WERE ABSENT Owing to the euceof the officers but little was done at the meeting of the rishAniericaB Society Thursday night Robert J Ilagan the lawyer was initiated communications recelvedi and action postpred till the next meeting whichnl1beheld iu jtUe new Hibernian Hall f SOCIETY S9XBS8SBSBS Miss Nora Holloran of Clifton will I spend the summer months with relatives at Bartlett Texas Mrs James Callahan has returned from Bardstown where she visited her sister Mrs Ludwell McKay Mrs William McMullen has returnee to Bowling Green after a delightful visit with friends in this city Mrs Florence Strain of Bloomington Ill arrived here Monday to visit Mrs Thomas Tarpey West Broadway Miss Jeannette Burke of Indianapolis was here this week the guest of her cou sin Miss Tillie Miller 2002 Floyd street Misses Ida Bronger and Agnes Well ington attended the commencement ex ercises at Nazareth Academy last Thurs day George Keane who has been ill for some time past at his home in Crescent Hill has gone to Martinshurg to recupe rate Rev Father Creery a well known Louisville priest is now stationed at the St BenoitJoseph Convent of Montreal Canada Miss Florence Pheasants a pretty visi tor from Noble 111 is the guest of her cousin Miss Elizabeth Tarpey West Broadway Miss Flora Menne spent the past week as the guest of her cousin Miss Julia Stocker at Bardstown where she has many admirers Misses Maggie Norton and Agnes Wolf return today from Nazareth where they attended the commencement exercises and visited friends Misses Alice Grace and Minnie Roche two attractive Lexington girls visited relatives here this week and many ad mirers regret their departure Miss Agnes Mattingly left Monday for her home in Bardstown accompanied by Miss Fannie Day and Josephine Mat tingly who will be her guests for a week Prof Patrick OSullivan will return about July 1 from Europe where he has been studying music for the past three years with Busoni the eminent pianist and composer Miss Elizabeth Walsh the efficient supervisor of primary work in the public schools will spend her summecxacaUott at Marthas yitjeyard ftuu take another pedal coarse The Carnation Socials a club composed- of young people well known and highly respected in the East End enjoyed a delightful outing last Sunday afternoon- at Yanns Grove Miss Mae Tighe arrived home Wednes day from St Catherines Academy ac companied by two of her classmates Miss Tighe was this years valedictorian and won many laurels during the past school session IMurt Hogan a well known and respected resident of Limerick who fell from a second story window two weeks ago was brought home from the hospital this week and now gives promise of a speedy recovery Rev Father John McParlaud pastor of the Catholic church at Pewee Valley will return next week from Waltham Mass his old home where he has been spending a three weeks vacation visiting friends and relatives Dr W B Hendricks and wife arrived home this week after an extended bridal tour of the Southern cities The young dentists friends have been calling In large numbers at Dr Brorings to tender their congratulations Thomas Cody the popular representa tive of Senn Ackerman returned Monday from Milwaukee where his wife will remain until about July 4 as the guest of her sister Sister Johanna at the Sacred Heart Convent in that city Miss Dollie A McNamara one of Lex ingtons prettiest girls arrived in the city Thursday from Nazareth Academy where she has been pursuing her studies to spend several days with her cousins the Misses Sexton Oldham street where she has received much social attention Miss Lizzie Tarpey who graduated this week from the Academy of the SIs ters of Mercy was the guest of honor at an informal reception at her home on West Broadway Wednesday evening when many of her friends and admirers assembled to tender their congratula ions Mrs James McKenna who has been i1- 1for several weeks in this city at the residence of her father Charles White 1025 West Jefferson street has almost en tirely recovered and her many friends are rejoiced over the news that she will soon be able to return to her home in Fairfield Dominick Mullaiiey the well known local ball player will be here tomorrow with the Columbus team and will be questioned closely by his Louisville friends as it is rumored that a Columbus girl is wearing the ring which was presented to him by local admirers on his last visit Miss Mayme ONeill entertained Tuesday evening in honor of her cousin Miss Mavme Sullivan of Birmingham Ala Singing and dancing were the features of- the evening after which refreshments were served Those present were Misses tayme Sullivan Nellie and Mayme Gibbons Blanche Hanephin Anna Brennan SatlleCotlil1sj Margaret Brennan Ada Schultz Nellie and Mayaws ONeill XCf John Lawless Joe Kelly Oscar Reynolds Manuel Kirk Walter Clark Joe Schultz Edward Steven Jamesu t ONeill M McTighe John ONeil Owen Kelly Mr and Mrs Gibbons ants Mr and Mrs ONeill The marriage of Miss Lorena Hubbuch and William Winter was quietly solemnized In the rectory of St Anthonys church Wednesday evening only imme diate relatives witnessing the ceremony The bride is a charming young lady and prominent in West End social circles She is the daughter of Sebastian Hub buch The groom is the youngest son of the late Julius Winter and occupies the position of State Manager of the Amer ican Investment Company They will beat home to their friends after July 10 at 2330 West Jefferson street BRILLIANT ASSEMBLAGE Thomas Walshs Address Bo I fore Alum nl of St Marys College There was a brilliant assemblage to witness the eightieth annual commence ment exercises at St Marys College in Marion county this week The meeting of the Alumni took place Wednesday evening Thomas Walsh the wellknown Louisville lawyer delivering the princi pal address which follows On lifes hot and dusty highway we should sometimes pause and rest On the green beside the streams beneath the trees And review our scenes of childhood ere the shadows of the west rail about us on the meadows and the leas It is pleasant to review the scenes of our youth the scenes of the dreams am bitions and aspirations of our early days and compare them with the realizations of those same dreams In our later years At the same time it is also pleasant and useful for us in this wise to renew our friendly relations with the boon compan ions of our happy college days relations which for many of us have existedever since and we trust will continue to exist till the gathering shadows of the dusk of life fall about us forever These feelings may be termed purely sentimental it is true but after all what is life unless it is tinged and glorified by elevated sentiment and fine feeling Pine feeling splendidemotions lofty aspirations and generous impulses constitute after nil the better part of our being and distinguish us from the mere inanimate and animal creation that surrounds us Despite the material and mercenary spirit of the age despite its inordinate greed of gain and mad chase after the almighty dollar still we all realize within ourselves that life is something grander greater and better than mere money getting and money hoarding that Itisfrajghfwltu ssibll ilies immeasurable in their reach that it stretches away beyond the shoals and shadows of time into spheres of action whose grandeur and majesty no tongue can sound or mind conceive and that the circumference of the almighty dollar is not the circumference of our existence And so if our assembling here together is sentimental then L glory in the noble sentiment that brings us thus together- In the rush Of tire amidst its eternal grind and uproartit is good for us all to withdraw ourselves at times into delight ful retreats like this and replenish our souls with its peace tranquility and re pose and partake of refreshments both of body and mind which our worthy faculty so lavishly and generously places at our disposal It is good for us to meet here together and hear the old familiar strains of music of other days and see the old familiar ffaces in their old familiar places and thus recall the old days in the morning of life when every prospect pleased and everything seemed radiant with joy and we built castles in the air and perhaps formed plans for the future according to which many of us have no doubt hewed to the line ever sinceIn this connection I take occasion to say that you often hear it said nowadays that college education is almost useless or superfluous that it is often a waste of valuable time flint could be spent to bet ter purpose by earlier engaging in the actual business of life You hear it said for instance that the great captains of industry and commerce carved their way to power and commanding position with out the advantageous aids of college that in fact college training often tills Its votaries with false notions and theories of life which retard rather than men in the great struggle of commercial existence and in the rough usage of the world This is the claim set up by those mercenary souls who make the almighty dollar the sole criterion of their successwho set its acquisition above every pther thing in lifewho set it above religion character virtue principle and even integrity itself Education for instance of the right character and kind teaches men that our commercial career in life should be based upon sound religious principles of conduct that all things should be made subservient to religious duty that the acquisition of sound character is of infin itely more importance to our eternal welfare than the acquisition of millions without it and that we should never lose sight of the enduring riches of a better world for the transitory possessions- of this one This spirit is in direct con flIct with that which teaches that the almighty dollar is everything and every thing else is nothing hilt waving all this I still deny that men as a rule without college training succeed as well in life as those who are equipped with its advantages And that you may realize this fact for yourselves aU you need do is tp look over the list of distinguished names in any of the great encyclopaedias at your command and you will see that the great majority- of them all have been college men and you can observe the same condition in the number of those who lead in the pro fessions and in commercial activities in all the great cities of the world And enter the domain of politics and states nanship and you will find college men leading their vanguards to victory every where in every age and clime Jt is true that now and then some intellect of extraordinary vigor and energy without any colle e training forges its way ahead through eyery difficulty to great power and success but the same intellect would have done 110 wore easily had it been thoroughly equipped with the advantages- of a sound academic training Therefore 1 that those who claim that colLegeeducatfon is useless are thoroughly mercenary iu spirit and Manure every success in life to the cir umfereuce of the dollar They are those who Care little or nothing for the forma- n of proper character in youth uotlui ing for the acqutrinent of sound religloti shapetheirand sentiments and the thousand and one good and gentle influences that en noble elevate and refine life and remove it from the sole enjoyment of mere ani mal existence exclusively adapted to those vulgar souls who care entirley and alone for the almighty dollar Therefore my friends to the best of our ability let us by word and act am deed help our alma mater along let us always take a live interest in her welfare and do all that we can upon every occa sion to promote her succcess for by so doing we shall advance the cause of our neighbor the cause of religion and the cause of humanity and thereby make our lives noble by making them useful to ourselves and to others- FASHIONS FOIBLES A charming belt of gray has the silk plaited in fine plaits lengthwise and is secured with one of those handsome French gray silver buckles in front The Tuxedo belt has not only the har ness buckle to fasten it but more metal parts of a harness on either side to give it an appearance suitable to outdoor wear A pretty pique stock has a folded white tie a little wider than the ordinary string tie and finished with a little fancy embroidery at the end Ties alone conic in this same style White silks or satins veiled in black net grenadine tulle etc are exceed ingly popular the sheer black material being most frequently treated with insect designs of chantilly lace Never before was so much black velvet used during a spring season as this year The advance orders received by manu facturers foretold a great season for the ribbon but did not tell half the story The unbleached hat and burned straws are rapidly gaining popularity and there is a great demand among milliners for them just as they come from the weaver without bleaching coloring or stiffening White pique belts come with black harness buckles with the metal not so heavy as in the nickel belt buckles Here is something to wear with your light waists on which are smoked pearl but tonsBatistes are being worn even more than they were last season and appear in new guises every day plain batistes em broidered batistes striped batistes dotted batistesthe list is a long one and the materials are charming A pongee waist is made to wear with gulmpes of while It has a fastening at the front a little different from the ma jority of waists It is strapped across and the straps are fastened on either side with a pongeecovered button The light blue especially liked by Par isian dressmakers at the present moment is not the turquoise of last season nor the bleu del augelique but a shade called angelique which is pale and a trifle cold only a shade darker than last years ice color In place of the pin worn at the back of the head to hold up the short hairs many young girls are now wearing small bows of narrow velvet ribbon The short hairs are gathered up and tied by the ribbon which has been slipped through a strand of the long hair There is a combination of colors to be seen also in belts for summer gowns One of these gowns has not a bit of bright color except in the belt which is of deep dark red ribbon About it is a line of pink and the pink and red appear also in a big rosette in front You can also use those old combinations of pastel colors on a hat They are much better than they were in the seasons when every one was wearing them The everybodys have worn out their hats trimmed in this way and now the colors are worth trying again Wreathes and sprays of small flowers are worn in the hair more than the single large rose affected during the winter Women who still affect the very high coiffure often prefer to the wreath two stiff little clusters of blossoms one on either side the high knot of hair and showing from the front Champagne color is the latest mode in Paris and is seen in everything but after all it is only a mild variation upon the nodes and ecrus and is best described by its own name for it is as nearly as possible the color of champagne Moss green Is another favorite color in Paris com bined with pale blue almost as inevitably- as black and white- APPOINTED CONSTABLE Tom Scallya friends are rejoicing over his appointment as Constable in the Eleventh and Twelfth wards to succeed the late lamented Constable John Glenn Toni possesses every qualification for the office having had long experience as a deputy and the interests of the survivors- of his predecessor will be carefully guarded by him- FREDDIE BURNT HIMSELF Freddie saw the pretty soft steam puffing out of the kettle His mother said Freddie take care or youll burn your fingers dear Oh dear cried Freddie why cant I have my own way sometimes When Im a big man I mean to stand and poke my finger in the kettle all day sometime and have my own way and Poor boy did not wait until he was a big man A scream of pain told that hehad his own way already The little white fingers were sadly burned and Freddie screamed and jumped Take care children how you take your own way There are worse foes in the world than Freddies steam ORAND OUT OP TOWN EXCURSION II Big Four Route Sunday June 23 to- points in Indiana Gas Belt Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at 7- oclock am Returning train arrives at Louisville at 1140 pnl Extremely low round trip rates as follows Rushville 1 Knightstown 1 Anderson 125 Juhcie f135 Alexandria 125 Tickets onll81eat city ofliee 218 Fourth avenue and at Seventhstreet depot S J Gates General Ageut o 1 L TI WATHENS mICE CREAMM fFACTORY lCREAMERY AND BAERY t OSO E iglxtlx StreetFinest Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c gallon85cBrickCapacity 1500 gallons per day Goods shipped as far as 200 miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealers andeveryday orders Long distanceI telephone 2144 YM L HVELLER JR FOR STATE SENATOR Eighth Ninth Tenth Eleventh and Twelfth Wards PrimaryJuly IgOI NOVEMBER ELECTIONI90I JAMES B BROWN CANDIDATE FOR TAX RECEIVER Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1901 November Election 1901 E T DICK Schmitt CANDIDATE F- ORSHFRIFF JEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to the Action of the Demo nralin PorteU J MMMMMH MM +++ +++++ + 4t + 44ittftft + 1901 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1901 I W xT SFMONINIS OLERKJEFFERSON QOXJC j SUBJECT TO TIlE ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY 4Wf44MH + +i44 4 + + 4HHff M H H M M M M M Mt Squire John McCann CANDIDATE FOR JUDGE POLICE COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party WallaceA McKay CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ATTORNEY Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party E B CASLERFOR ASSESSOR OF JEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES B CAMPCANDIDATE FOR CITY TREASURERa Subject to action of Democratic party GEORGE HALEXANDERFOR COMMONWEALTHS ATTORNEY Subject to the action of the Democratic primary JAMES Ca OCONNOR i CANDIDATE F- ORLEGISLATUREFiftieth district Tenth ward of Louisville Subject to action of Democratic party HENRY C LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 FINE WINES AND LIQUORS 407 EAST JEFFERSON ST BRANCH HOUS 905 W MARKET r LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE 423 AND 430 I EAST JEFFERSON STREET iOUJSI1LLjKY Charles L TroxellCANDIDATE FOR CLERK OF JEFFERSON COUNTY COURT Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party 1901 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1901 WM BOSLER Candidate for Reelection for BaliffPoliceCourt Subject to Action of Democratic Party CHARLES E SHEPARD MEMBER ORGANIZED LABOR CANDIDATE FOReI orE Rrc CITY COURISubject to the action of the Republican party n CNOS PeopleandFor Business Good Employment and Success 0i CALL OR WRITS ron tuft INFORMATION Union NiUoMl But CollegeMAIMsesr ts THE NE1 Pesr 4 oo7reepinq7NEPeJimelllrhll AS7ar71an7an W Neend N7 F flaljuc Wu Is villc li Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now in our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged school building in the South Visitors always welcome School open all year Students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT President S THEN YOU SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her t- oCHICAGOON THE 7c1n o11I i4SL 4isALikIUlU1AVt- 9In i an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR IL H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Traffic JUnager W H McDOEL President and General Manager Itl p t+ e1 PARADISE ril lri e r- I SAMPLE ROOMrI5 Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool IIMa J HICKEY PROPRIETOR Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson Street I OJ I DONT WHY Mamma 1 TIRED CET A CASSTOVE Its a Womans Best Friend In an Age of Woman for it is the foe of Dirt Danger and Drudgery Ho snore dampers to regulate no more eaervating heatso more coal to lug from the cellarno more weary kindling arf 8reeno more soot td wipe away M stare ukM to carry away LOUISVILLE GAS COMPANY oa n The AcknowledGed Standard of Ex cellence t Quick Meal Gas RangesEv- ery one sold speaks for itself and one sells another GEHER SON 3H Marketspear Second a C FOURTH JULY CELEBRATIONt AT PHOENIX HILL PARK BY TRINITY MINSTREL COMPANY Balloon Ascension Fireworks Pie Eating Contest and Other Attractions Athletic Exhibition by the Koster Brothers at night Supper served at the Park by the Minstrel Company Concerts NightrTICKETS s 25 CENTS CUPIDS DARTS The Prominent Young People United In Marriage This Week One of the daintiest of the June wed dings was that of Miss Lillie Weisen berger and Richard Deboney solem nized Wednesday morning at St Irances of Rome church in Clifton The sacra ment of matrimony was administered by Rev Thomas White who celebrated the nuptial mass The bride was attended by her sister Miss Mamie and Theodore Weisenberger was best man Little Shelly and Adelina Newman nephew and neice of the groom were the flower children The bride and maid of honor were handsomely gowned and appeared bewitchingly beautiful Breakfast vas served at Mrs Charles Leonharts the brides aunt 1220 East Broadway for the members of both families and invited guests The happy couple left imme diately after for the PanAmerican Ex position Miss Weisenberger is the daughter of Mrs Weisenberger and is lovely in character and most attractive in person Richard Dehoney is one of Frankforts most popular young businessmen coming from a prominent family and is to be congratulated upon winning so charming a woman to be his wife Upon their return they will reside at Frankfort where they will receive their friendsThe wedding of most fashionable inter est on Wednesday that of Thomas R Aulsebrook and Miss Josephine Richard was celebrated at St Patricks church Monsignor Gambon officiating Miss Florence Aulsebrook the grooms sister was bridesmaid and Bud Richard brother of the bride was groomsman Little Nellie May Ilaus was flower girl and Master Earl Keller ring bearer the little couple leading the wedding party to the altar Following the ceremony the wedding breakfast was served at the residence of the grooms parents on Montgomery street The young couple are now in Chicago and will visit Mil waukee before returning Miss Richard made a sweetlooking bride Both parties are well known in the West End Another pretty wedding this week was solemnized Wednesday morning at the Church of the Immaculate Conception Eighth street which was filled with friends and relatives of the couple After nuptial high mass Miss Mary Alice Nold and Charles J Theobens were united in the holy bonds of wedlock by Rev George Weiss uncle of the lovely bride The young people are very popular and prominent in our best GermanAmerican society circles Frank Rehm was the best man and the ushers were Messrs Ben Multi John Bohlsen Arthur Weiss Leo Schuhmann and Henry Hinkebein A wedding breakfast for the bridal party and immediate families of the bride and groom followed the ceremony at the home of the bride Mr Thoben holds a confidential position with the firm of W L Weller Son and is a wellknown figure on Main street The marriage of Miss Mayme Willia Stokes and Charles Hetheriugton took place Wednesday afternoon at St Pat ricks church Monsignor Gan bon per forming the ceremony which was wit nessed by many friends of the contract ing parties The groomsmen were Walter Hillerich and Philip Stokes cousin of the bride Messrs William Seibert Archie Hadfield Joseph Klein and Dr Edward Lex acted as ushers The bride is a pretty and accomplished young lady and her hosts of friends will miss her from their midst Immediately after the ceremony the young couple left for the East where they will remain till July 1 Upon their return they will reside at Elmendorf Lexington of which city the groom is a popular and prominent resi dentMiss Mary Jeanette Hetterman and William Kirk were united in marriage Wednesday afternoon at the Cathedral a large number of their friends witnessing the happy ceremony Miss Hetterman is a lovely young woman charming In manner and amiable in disposition and a decided social favorite among her wide circle acquaintances The groom is bookkeeper for the SwanuAbraham Company and a very popular and clever young man well known in society and business circles ZENDA DANCING CLUB The Zenda Dancing Club will entertain their friends with a select dance at Fountain Ferry Park next Friday evening The club members John J Barry August Keim Steve Toomey Thomas Furlong and Pete Sutterlin have spared neither time nor expense to make this one of the swellest affairs of the season They guarantee a delightful evening to their friends and lovers of the terpsichorean art who may attend Kuehrs dance orchestra Under the special direc tion of Prof JuliusK1 render a special programme of all the popular hits of the season The Louisville Railway theIFountalntweutymini Me MURPHYDEALER IN BBj PRODUCE tMEATS Wine Liquors Feed Rn anftOratai v JR Cor Seventeenth and JorUm A- reMOORSLIIft 1521 PORTLAND AVE Largest and Coolest Glass of Beer on the Avenue FINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES AND CIGARS 1 ROGER 1IMLTY Wines Liquors g And Cigars 1- X COOL LAGER ON DRAUGHT I 1 N W Cor 21st and Portland i DUNIGANSi SeventeenYearOldWhiskies and Rye for family use 600 per gallon N W Corner Seventh and St Catherine FAIIEYS EXCHANGE JOHN B FAH Y Prop N E Cor Seventh anti Marketi Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars Telephone 3O44A 60 YEARS- EXPERIENCE I TRADE DESIGNS MARS I COPYRIGHTS c Anrono sending a sketch and dcumllon may nulcklr ucertaln our opinion freo whether an liiTntlnn lIs probably pat4ntablo Communion tlonittrlctly confidential Ilandoookon Patents sent free OldetnRoncyforecrUring at onto Patents taken A Co receive special notice wlthoat charge m the Scientific American- A hand omel Illmtrated weeklr JJireest dir culatton of anr iclentua journal Term 3 a nowideaierjMUNNCo3B1Broadwa Branch OfflcVe V BU Washington U0 Brown Leghorn Eggs 5CENTS CHARLES L JACQUES 2422 St Xavier LayTwelvehens AprilJ33161 Sept 152 Oct83 Nov 83 Dec 61 IRISH s mmtDlamma A O Lx- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month President Thomas J Dolan Vice PresidentTim J Sullivan Recording SecretaryL D Perranda Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerJohn Mnlloy SergeantaUArms John Killeen SentinelTim Lyons DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice President Thomas Camfield MooneyFinancial 1 1 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Owen Keiran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary John M Gilles pie Financial SecretaryJoseph P McGinnAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerHarry Brad- yIRISHAMERIOAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJosepNevIn TarpeySecondRecording Secretary John J Flynn ByrneTreaaureriThomea rgeantIohnXeilaeySentil1el I To beat white of eggs uiCklYadd- apbwhf aalt 0- n FETE AND SOCIAL Ladles of the Hill Preparing a Gala Time For 4 Friends A number of the most charming maids and matrons residing in the Highlands have arranged for an enjoyable afternoon and evening for their friends next Friday They will then give another of their coffee socials and lawn fetes which have during recent years become famous on the lawn adjoining St Brigids church on Hepburn avenue At night the grounds will be brilliantly illuminated and all who attend will enjoy themselves The East Walnutstreet cars stop within one square of the church The ladies and gentlemen who consti tute the reception committee and will assist in entertaining are Mesdames D B Brown J C Fedler M Mitchell Thomas Barrett Pfeifer Stey Schuler Misses Stey Barrett Sullivan Camp bell Seekamp Meyer Henkel Kennedy Kelty Smith Beutel Hennessy and Messrs Barrett Hetterman Fedler Reister Erasmine and L Goss- COMMENCEMENTS Macauleys Theater was filled to the doors Wednesday morning to witness the exercises closing the schoolastic year of the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy Every number on the programme was excellently rendered but special mention should be made of Misses Henrietta Kaiser Marie Hcvcrin and Rose Watson whose recitations and vocal solos were enthusiastically applauded The Grecian Garland Drill was especially fine and was pronounced by Miss Nellie Finegaii and other competent judges the most artistic and correctly executed juvenile drill ever seen on the local stage Misses Elizabeth Tarpey and Allic Roucchc were the graduates The commencement exercises at the Presentation Academy delighted a large audience Monday morning The pro gramme was lfigh class and very artisti tally rendered Medals and premiums were conferred upon a large number of pupils whose excellent work stamps this one of the very best educational institu tions in Kentucky HOLY CROSS CHURCH NEWS Thirty children received their first communion at Holy Cross church and the event was made memorable by Rev Father Cunningham A special musical programme was rendered that surpassed any ever before heard in Holy Cross church The altars were brilliant with lights and profusely decorated with cut flowers and palms The forty hours devotions were inaugurated at the high mass Rev Father Murphy preaching the sermon I of the day The devotions closed Tues day and were attended by people from all sections of the city an unusually large number approaching the sacrament Thursday Rev Father Cunningham officiated at the marriage of Miss Myrtle McAtee the pretty and lovable daughter of Mrs Mary McAtee and Leslie E Jarvis the well known butcher Both are well known and popular in the West End The ceremony was witnessed by a large number of their friends ST XAVIERS COLLEGE The graduating exercises of St Xaviers College will take place Wednes day evening at 8 oclock in the new college hall on Broadway near Second street Those who will receive their diplomas are Messrs Eugene McCarthy Thomas Barrett John T Hannan Thomas Fitzgerald Lawrence C Hack ett Edward Hannon J Henry Dorn Edward Gnau Martin Goby Henry Kannappell Charles Klapheke Francis pleasingfeatureKnowles drama William Tell The alumniaddress will be delivered by Mr Joseph Sohan of the class of 70 The class requests ladies to remove their hats upon this occasion WOULDNT TRUST THE OFFICIAL The clerk in charge of Yorkshire Eng land postoffice was annoyed by the con bybuyingtime frequently put him to the trouble of recasting his accounts Are you really obliged to come so late with your letters my man he asked one night his stock of patience giving out No answered the laborer Both of these were written and addressed afore noon today Then why didnt you bring them to the post straight away Not me Mr Clever replied the laborer thrusting his tongue into his cheek Business is slack here in tday time and theres nowt to stop yer from prism open an readin every letter which comes in But at a minute toI nine with a knowing wink at the clock yeve nobbut a few seconds to glance at tenvelopes and drop em into a bag afor- e1tmailcartcallaforem 1wants to keep I I temptation ftoui yer all Jcaut J AreYour I II n tont H I Louisville 1111 n Dental Parlors lm 544 ST I Right Next to Avcnuo Theater r Their prices are the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you right REMEMBER THE PLACE Louisville Dental Parlors GJ POLTITIi ST- r uuII i CHASTAI WILSON r Judge Police Court s Subject to action Democratic party JOIJN IC FRANJi WALTERS =Street Brewer 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY PHENIX HILL PARK NOW OPEN FOR TilE SEASON Now Is the Time to Secure Dates For PicnicsOutings Socials greatlyimprovedwith newequipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts + HM + + 4 + + NEW TREBINGS HHOTEL MJ SWEENEY Prop 100 PER DAY American and European Plan 620622 WMarhetSt Louisville Ky Telephone 3431 A The finest and best equipped dol lar a day hotell in Louisville peopleREA- GANS + + t t EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Wines Liquors and Cigars SPECIAL Best Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up Hot Soup and Warm Lunch Big Four Them Buffalo Route to 1901 PanAmerican ExpositionBig Four Route In connection with Lake Shore Michigan Southern and New York Central ItK offeri the Une t equipped train service at frequent In tervals to Buffalo from South tt West L M E hfallt PrttUml i Warren J lynch Gent Ibis Aft yf DeppeAaPACIUClDBAtL SJJJt GATES Gen Agent Louisville I Clearys Exchange 124 First Stre t- WINES LIQUORS CIGARS ONLYIstST IIHANPS HOT LUNCH1 FROM 10 TO 1 a How 1 i Teethe sm FOURTH FOR Clay WHEN YOU VI- SITLIMERICK CALL UPON r John HickeySEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lun Never Run Out IllinOis 60ntrlBEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETWEEN Louisville Memphis AN- DNew Orlean Two Fast Trains Daily VeiJ tibuled Throughout am Lighted by Gas Cafe Diners CarsPullmanSleepersFree CarsIandfromthe Southwest j NEW HOT SPRINGS i LINE via MEMPHIS Through Sleeper reservation CincinnatiLOllisvillo OrlennstiHot Excursion Sleepers Through to California From orLouisvilleand at low rates Particulars furnished by anji Illinois Central Agontii JCityJ AgentFourth A H Hanson ChicagoWm A G P A JLouisvillsl BIG FOUR ROUT T- OIndianapolis w Peoria CHICAGO ININDIANA MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT RiverCITYOFFICENo S J G1AT23t3s KyWARRENLYNCHGPAWKACINCINNATI J Bra ijc icy a Li JEFFERSON CANDIDATE FOR MAYORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party I ROBERTI JdldlHhGN CANDIDATR PO- RPROSECUTING n r ij I1 ATTORNEY 4 POLICE COURT Subject to action Democratic party S McNUTT CANDIDATE FOR TATE SENATOR hirtYSixth District First and Second Wards and Jefferson County Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party GUS NEQRATH CANDIDATE FORI BAILIFFOF Subject to the action of Republican party J DR HARRIS KELLY FOR CORONEROF JEFFERSON COUNTY HSubject to the action of the Democratic party 3 w 1901 NOVEMBER ELECTION IQOI I JOHN R PFLANZCANDIDATE FOR REELECTION F- ORJAILER JEFF IfcSON COUNTY Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party Y000000pOJp W NICK VAUGHAN CANDIDATE FOR PROSECUTINGATTORNEY Subject to the action of the Republican Party m DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN Dougherty Koonan- UNDERTAKERS4 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and TIDIIPFIOloTITi i2 O2 ThirteenthJ I All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or riages Furnished for All Occasions FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60 I YNCORPORATJD Brewers and BottlersL91JX VXLLEKX u ij Judge Ri M Buckley the present 3 Judge of the Police Court says of Alf IV Oldhams office Your records j are written Up daily something that I as a lawyer of thirty years experience and Judge of the Police Court have never known befor- evOTYD It FOR JJOHN KERYF- OR TilE LEGISLATURE Eleventh and Twelfth Wards Subject to action of Democratic party IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The death is announced of the Rev J A Caton which occurred at the Christian Brothers House Greenpark Armagh on Wednesday at the age of seventli eight The Great Northern Railway Coni panys electric tramway around the 11m of Howth has been completed and now trains are running to the summit of the hill A terrific explosion occurred on Monday afternoon at the Cork gasworks by which four men were injured One of the large gasometers caught fire and all efforts to extinguish it being useless iit burned itself out In the Cork Police Court on Thursday- the gasworkers who were charged with breach of contract by abandoning their work without notice were again brought up but the further hearing of the case was adjourned until Saturday week On Monday Coroner Friery held an in quest at Monkstown Hospital oil the bodies of the three young men Steyn Grays and ONeill who lost their lives on Sunday morning in the fire at Georges Place Blackrock A verdict of accidental death was returned Alderman Joyce M P whose health is somewhat impaired has gone for a short rest at Lisdoonvarna so that he may be ready for active service when Parliament reopens The member for Limerick will therefore be unable to fulfill any public engagements for which lie may have been announced during the recessAt Castlemartyr petty sessions a man named Edward Geary was chargedwith having endeavored to frustrate the ends of justice by persuading or inducing two women named Mary Anne Clarke and Catherine OBrien not to prosecute a man named Henry OBriena returned Amer cau at the ensuing Fermoy Quarter Sessions in relation to a charge of house breaking and assault against said Henry IBrien such inducement being made by- an offer of a certain sum of money The death of Robert Ballantyne an extensive cattle dealer and victualler took place on Wednesday night with ap palling suddenness The deceased in company with his son drove out some distance into the country to inspect de ceaseds cattle and to purchase some sheep While driving along the road deceased took suddenly ill and died iu the trap Ballantyne enjoyed a wide spread popularity and his painfully sudden demise has caused the sincerest regret among all classes At Birr rifle range on Thursday Pri vates Johnsou and Dooley of the Lan cers were accidentally shot the former through the right lung and the latter in the thigh the bone of which was shat teredoA private in the same regiment named Moran was shooting with a com rades rifle his own having become uphistry it again but forgot that there were cartridges in the magazine The weapon went off the bullet wounding the two men Both lie in a critical condition A conference was held in the Mansion louse on Tuesday afternoon for the purpose of considering what steps should be taken toward the revival of the shipbuilding nnd ship repairing industry in Dub liu There was a large attendance On the motion of Tames McCann M P it was resolved to appoint a committee to- act in conjunction with the committee already appointed by the corporation to consider the matter Several of the speakers expressed the opinion that Dublin was most favorably circumstanced for shipbuildingThe annual general meeting of the Clongowes Union was held on Sunday at longowes College under the Presidency off the Lord Chief Baron A party of about four hundred members and their friends attended An interesting contest took place for the election of two Vice residents The outgoing Vice Presidents who were proposed for reelection were Sir Francis Cruise and Lord Chief Justice OBrien Gen Sir William Butler was also proposed The ballot resulted iu the election of Sir William Butler and- Sir Francis Cruise Lord OBrien obtained pine votes The annual congress of the Gaelic League was held on Friday under the residency of Dr Douglas Hyde It was resolved to hold the Oireacbta for 1902 in Dublin as near May 1 as might be- found convenient Among the resolu ions passed was one urging the managers of schools to introduce bilingual education at once Dr Douglas Hyde was reelected President and the Rev- Dr OHickey and the RevP OLeary Vice Presidents A large and enthusiastic meeting under the Presidency of the- Lord Mayor was held In the Antient Concert rooms in furtherance of the language movement Several important addresses were delivered News reached Ennis on Satunlay of another shocking burning accident with lata1 consequences The victim was a- poor woman named Taylor who with her liuaband occupied a laborers cottage uear- OCsllaghans Mills Rant Clare The buebssdwaa very seriously llIhfsJoJe aUenti being his wife on a neighbor 1Ut the houseon Friday morning r fi All the Judges Under whom he has served recommend Alf V Oldham Democratic candidate for Clerk of the C Police Court Vi The late Judge R II Thompson Iwbo was Judge of the Police Court for sixteen years said of Alf Old hams office It has never been so satisfactory since I have been Judge of this court Up SUIrj Over Encllih Woolen nuts Store mss One Door West of the Die Store IDEAL DENTISTRY- at reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Ele gant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS Ar BRORING D O S PROPRIETOR Robert J Tilford CANDIDATE FOR Sheriff Jefferson County Subject to action of Democratic party JJOHN DOUGHRNN- ZAWYI3 R CANDIDATE F- ORMAGISTRATE EIGHTHDISTRICT Composed of Eleventh and Twelfth Wards Subject to action of Democratic primary i WBHOKE Judge County Court Subject to the action of the Democratic party JJOHN ERESGHER CANDIDATE FOR TAX RECEIVER Subject to the Action of the Democratic party J M CHATTERSON Candidate for Democratic Nomination For COUNTYIATTORNEY to inquire aftef his health Mrs Tayor was found lying across the kitchen fire BO shockingly turned as to be almost un4 recognizable It k believed that the unfortunate woman worn out with look ing alter her irk huoand had fallen asleep by the firb the previous offbt and that the Wax the J tat hef dothing a 0 ajrehad Judge J Wheeler McGee ex Judge i of the Police Court says of Alf V Oldhams office Altogether I think arrangedforconducted than any public clerks office I have known I 1 1 FOR MAGISTRATE Fourth Fifth Sixth and Seventh wards Sixth district Jefferson county Democratic primary July 9 19- 01HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 25 of Boston will hold a smoke talk in Carroll Hall next Tuesday even lug Division 12 of Springfield Mass will appear in uniform in the parade oMhe county field day on July 4 Tom Riley Peter Cusick and John Cavanaugh represented the Louisville divisions over the river Wednesday night The picnic of Division 1 of Jefferson ville at Forest Park last Wednesday night was a social success the best people of the city attending in large aunt bersNew Albany Hibernians arc cordially invited to attend the exercises at the opening of the new hall at Seventh and Market streets next Tuesday evening County President Kennedy and President Dan Walsh should bring large numbers with them Friends of the Ladies Auxiliary of Division 36 of East Boston crowded Lyceum Hall upon the occasion of the minstrel performance given by the ladies The show was an exceptionally good one fourteen young women taking part Several artists were warmly applauded for their work The impressive ritual of the order was used last week for the first time and the first degree conferred by Division 40 iin Columbian Hall Forest Hills Mass The exState Chaplain Rev John Cummins who belongs to Division 40 made a stirring speech setting forth the principles of true Hibernianism Three candidates were initiated and a social session followed On June 25 the City of Newburyport Mass will celebrate its fiftieth anniver sary and Division 9 will take part in the exercises It has made arrangements- for a grand demonstration and has Invited all the divisions of Essex county to participate in the parade with the brothers of Division 9 The parade will lie divided into divisions and the worthy County Vice President Jeremiah Dineen of Newburyport will be chief marshal of due division Division 9 was first organ ized in 1873 is one of the most progres sive societies in the city and is the only Catholic organization going to take part in the semicentennial OLDFASHIONED PICNIC An oldfashioned picnic will be given for the benefit of St Georges school next Tuesday in the shady woods of Henry Dubourg on the Eighteenthstreet road about a mile and a half beyond the city limits Wagons will leave the end of the Eighleenth street car line every fifteen minutes after 10 oclock a m- Dinner and supper will be served on the grounds by the ladies of the congregation who will also provide other refresh ments at reasonable prices This picnic will be given to meet the deficit of the school of St George Everybody is cor dially invited by the pastor the Rev George A Weiss and an enjoyable time is promised all who attend YOUNQ PEOPLE MAKE MERRY One of the most enjoyable affairs of- the season was the ice cream festival and dance given Tuesday evening by the Magnolia Club at their club rooms on Baxter avenue and Rogers street The committee arrangements was composed- off James Tracy Albert Laval Charles Laval John McKay Edward Martin William Stoker William Holtzman and John Tracy who left nothing undone to- make it pleasant and enjoyable for the large crowd that was in attendance many of whom expressed the wish that another would be given in the near future DEPUTY SHERIFF Val Kast one of the bestknown and most popular young men in the west End hiss been tendered the position of Deputy Sheriff under Dick Schimtt Democratic candidate for reelection Vats friends have taken off their coats and gone to work in his interest The selection is a good one and will make many votes for Sheriff Schmitt who has displayed excellent judgment in all his appointments CONFIRMATIONS Right Rev Bishop McCloskey con Yerred the sacrament of confirmation last Sunday morning upon the class prepared by Rev Father Weiss at St Georges church Eighteenth street In the afternoon 130 children were confirmed at St Martins church on Shelby street The services of each were largely attended CENTRAL LABOR UNION Tile Central Labor Union meets tomor w afternoon IB regular monthly session The Grievance Committee will submit- their report and further action toward the celebration of Labor day will form an illliportaut part of the busmen CHAS1 FGRAINGER CANDIDATE F- ORMAYORSubject to tho Action of the Democratic Party WWIIILIJENll KINNEYI r CANDIDATE FOR Prosecuting Attorney POLICE COURT 1 Subject to the action of the Democratic party JAMES P GREGORY CANDIDATE FOR REELECTION JUDGEJEFFERSON Subject to the action of the Democratic primary Benson 0 Herr CANDIDATE FOR County flsS6ssor JEFFERSON COUNTY Subject totlie Action of the Democratic Party I e NACE VETTERCANDIDATE FOR JAILER= OF JEFFERSON COUNTY Subject to the action of the Democratic party Chas MeriwetherCANDIDANE FOR City TreasurerSubject to Action of the Democratic Party DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BRE ING COMPANYINO- ORPORPTED TELEPHONE 462 LOIIIt9VILLF ICY gg11tR1 DUIUDUftfuffunIUIJuIUUUDI1 j Gran W Smiths Sons II- II Funeral Directors II- i1 And Embalmers I IIMISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer I II Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice iiI- II MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET = l1liTELEPHONE 810 I- nnUUUDHIHIRftIRDHIIIUftDBftIat laE f glEi lilf3ltiilE 1C4 IlititlE iiid iF4FFiti l li4ili Muitioon Monument Company1I AND BUILDERS OF C IIJESIGNEItS AND SCOTCH GRANITE I- TlonumentsI I I I Work Only Solicited Workshops tad Studies Carrara Italy I brIIUO 322 to 328 WEST GREEN ST- REETHHBftHft JOHN F OBRTBLBUTC- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMONBEER 14001404 Story Avenue = s r l photte 89JII LOUISVILLE KYQe- i p II tr