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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r Sp r 5 KENTUci1kIuAMuRIcANif LVOLUAI VILNO 14 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY OOTOBER 5 1901 PRICE FIVE CENTS H GREAT i CROWD Turns Out at Sundays Mooting of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Now Ritual Exemplified and Degrees Conferred Upon Eighteen members of the Grand Old Order Enjoy ft Very Pleas r ant Afternoon VISITORS PRESENT FROM INDIANA The Hibernians of this city are cer tainly moving forward and there Is no doubting now that County President Tom Keenan and State Secretary James Cole man will have the satisfaction of report ing a substantial gain in membership at the national convention to be held at Denver next June Undoubtedly the largest and most successful meeting of Irishmen held in Louisville tor many years was that of last Sunday afternoon when every available foot of space in Hibernian Hall was occupied This great gathering of descendants of the Irish race was attracted by the announcement that the County Board would that day hold the first joint initiation and exeui- ficatlon of the new ritual for which special r prepay t ons had been making for some time past Besides the County Present and State Secretary there were presentiMLPresi dents of the four Louisville divkfej Messrs Thomas Dolan William Meehan John Cavanaugh and John Hennessy and from New Albany were County President Pat Kennedy County Secretary James OHara Division President Dan Walsh and Vice President Daniel Russell Secre tary John Devitt headed the delegation representing Jeffersonville There were about twentyfive visitors from Indiana and each local division was well repre sented This big turnout was encourag ing to the county and division officers but had all the members of the order been present the hall would have been found too small to accommodate them It may not be generally known but it nevertheless a fact that Louisville was the Grab cl t ittthCoUni tedS securr the paraphernalia and confer the degrees under the new ritual There are now two degree teams and they will alternate in the work the Patricians being Patrick Sullivan and James Coleman both of Division 3 Both teams were required on this occasion because of tbe large number of candidates each conferring two de grees The meeting was opened by Patrician Coleman who welcomed the members with well chosen words congratulating them upon the large attendance and the interest manifested The imposing sight presented by the officers in their hand some robes the uniformed guards the brilliant sunburst and illuminated tower had a marked and pleasing effect upon alt present and in a measure prepared thap for what was to follow The cere monies began with the appearance of the Candidates who were escorted by the guard and introduced by Guide Keenan and Scribe Keaney They were the fol lowing Division 1 Thomas Tarpey Martin J Dugan Thomas Shannon John Callahan Division 3 Michael Murphy Myles OSullivan Michael Doyle Division 4Will Reilly Alonzo Mit chell Pat Fahey Tim McGrath Michael Doyle Thomas Sullivan William Lin skey Robert OSullivan William Mur phy James Hellon The first and second degrees were conferred in a very impressive manner every member of the team performing his part admirably never once faltering A most entertaining feature was the singing of the choir which was exceptionally fine This work occupied about an hour and when each bad received the second de gree a recess was declared in order that the second team might prepare for con ferring the third and fourth During the recess three hundred cigars were distributed and a number of im promptu speeches delivered the principal speakers being the visitors John J Bar rett and the local Presidents The remarks of each were well received but the greatest applause was reserved for County President Pat Kennedy Secretary OHara and Louis Vernia who made the announcement that Division 1 of New Albany now has the largest membership and treasury in Indiana The other speakers were ex County President John Murphy Lawrence Mackey James P Barryof this city Edward Vernia Dan Russell John A Cody and President Dan Walsh of New Albany who invited their Louisville brethren to visit them next Thursday night at Holy Trinity Hall After an hour thus pleasantly spent Patriarch Sullivan and his colleagues conferred the two remaining degrees This work was done ina mOt creditable manner and was highly prated Taken altogether the day tnrkao an epoch fin the history of HibemiaoiMs in tuckyand U will be surprising if in the near future every Irishmen Jin Lovbrille it not a member of this grand r mmeraIt tau ben raggetted that the Lotvilla degree teams rMt New Albany and JeffersonvUleiri the near future tnd per n i 1 r THE 1I PPEMETERY h GETHSEMANI ABBEY T J I ++++++ tr t ttmmtM M t+++ +++++++ t 4MMfMfftt n d i f I R + I ltiflltr1l NI 1 r 4 fJ i 4tttni UJftj 1It w 34 JuraJc C form the work for their brethren in those cities This would bring them closer together and there is no doubt but that both teams and the officers will cheer fully volunteer their services whenever desired AMONG THE CLERGY Rev Father Dennis Murphy Made Rector of St Williams The members of the new St Williams parish are rejoiced that Right Rev Bishop McCloskey has given them Rev Dennis Murphy for their pastor Father Murphy has by his kindly manner and pious zeal won the hearts of the people of that little congregation which under his able administration is destined to grow rapidly The reverend gentleman returned last week fromBoston where he was called by the sad death of his sister and the serious illness of his mother Father Boland officiated during his ab sence and endeared himself to the entire congregation and thegarish that has the good fortune to secure his services will have cause for rejoicing Father Dominic F Crane the chaplain at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospitalwho has been quite ill for some time past and unable to leave his room has entirely recovered and was again able to cele brate mass last Sunday This will be welcome news to many who when i11at that institution received his kindly min istrationsFather Richard Davis of Fairfield mother well known Kentucky priest who has been at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital for several weeks is fast re covering from a breakdown caused by his yearS1Fatherary labors until compelled to do so by failing healthThe beloved curate of St Cecilias Rev Father Kalaber will lleave for a short rest on the return of Father Brady the pastor now ou his way home from Europe Fath Kalaher is a faithful and hardworking priest and has wellearned his prospective vacation St Cecilias Is fortunate in having so clever and ablel an assistant May his years be many and his usefulness unimpaired- Rev Father Boes pastor in charge of the Princeton mission who has been critically ill of typhoid fever at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital is now pro nounced out of danger His numerous friends and the clergy pray for iris speedy restoration to perfect health PAINFUL ACCIDENT Mta Mary Crawford of 2f0Eagt Broad way iIs the victim of a very painful accident l having run m knife through her head Dr KcUar drcMed the injured member and nnleasgrat care fa taken fears blood poison Her many friends will btnhocked py the distressing p- ewsiLrA DOMINICANS Degree of Master of Sacred Theology For Father Kearney Election of a Provincial to Bo Held at St Rose Convent Elaborate Ceremonies at St Louis Bcrtrands on Ros ary Sunday FATHER BOUCHBTS GOLDEN JUBILEE It will be interesting news to Catholics generally to learn that Rev Father L L Kearney Provincial ot the Dominican order for the province of which Kentucky is a part who for some time past has made his headquarters at Zanesville 0 has been selected for still higher honors Tomorrow at the Cathedral in Columbus the reverend gentleman will receive the high degree of Master of The ology a position thus far attained by only two other members of the Domini can order in this country Rev Fathers Vincent Higgins and Joseph Kennedy The Priors of the entire province are ex pected to be present to take part in the ceremonies which will be witnessed by prominent Catholics from many States Next week the election of a Prior for the ensuing term will be held at St Rose Convent Springfield Ky All those who attend the ceremonies at Columbus will take part in the election There are many able men among the Dominicans any one of whom would do tenor to the position notable among them being Fathers Logan Fowler Flood and Gaff ney though at this time it is impossible to predict who will be selected During the corning week Fathers Logan Duey Flood and Gaffney all of whom during late years were stationed at the Dominican church IB this city will slop here for a few days en route to Springfield They wilt be the guests of the Dominicans at the convent on Sixth street and doubtlessrmany wit call to renew former pleasant acquaintance Tomorrow will be Rosary Sunday known as the great Dominican feast day which will be celebrated with elaborate IralldproceIot 4 the solemn Vespers at t1t eoedWlOIIo i hkh the unique ceremony of the blew Tbetpledidprogrammes and eloquent sermons will c be delivered at both he morning d afternoon services i which ion this anniversary are always largely attended An event is now fast approaching which will interest not only every Catholic in the Diocese of Louisville but large num bers of Protestants as wall It is nothing else than the golden juU nee of the vener able and beloved Vicaw General of the diocese Monsignor Bt uchet of the Cathedral than whom tjhere is no better known clergyman in thfis section of the country Monsignor B uchet was or dained fortyeight years I ago in Bishop Flagets old church StJ Thomas about four miles from BardstAvn the anniver sary occurring on Sept her 24 During these many years he haBieen an indefat igable worker in the LiWs vineyard and the number of persons escued through his minstrations from lijes of evil are almost countless Thou h now seventy five years old he maintains all his facul ties and performs his Mded duties with as little effort as do thu many years his junior The celebra of his golden jubilee will not be confitS A to the Catho lics of Kentucky but will be participated in by church dignitaries f rom allparts of the United States Man are the prayers offered that he may en oy his present good health till that hap yday and long thereafter MAGEIN COUNCIL Receiving Many Applications For the Next brand Initiation There was a much lai ger attendance than usual at the meetigof Mackin Council Tuesday night and much busi ness that had been pen lag was acted upon Several appllcatlo for member ship were received and r ferred Upon motion the grand initiator a set for Octo I I nightIforty new members will badmitted The Visiting Committee reported Geo Gathcf bfck and membe a were notified to visit him Jack Raidy WItS reported improving I Mackin Council Inaugurated an innovation for its social seascfin Beginning Thursday night euchre rUes will be given every week until Adi eat for which admission will be by IB yitation only This should prove a poplar move among the young people of the ft e tEnd as no expense will be incurred Tom Burk holder is Chairman of he committee having these pleasant affairs In charge and invitations may be icocured from him or the members Much interest Is felt in tie next Initiation for which due pr ion has ale ready been made Never eat fniet taken violent mental or The best plan iIt to r 17aItf to thirty minute a I IiI t FEDERATION Encouraging Meeting of the Catholic Union Saturday Night Prominent Ladies and Gentle men Present From Many Societies The Annual Election of Officers Takes Place at Next Meeting i LETTERS FROM NATIONAL FlJllERiTION Notwithstanding the heavy rainfall that occurred last Saturday night there was an encouraging attendance at the meeting of the Catholic Union in response to the invitation of President McDermott and Secretary Coney Prominent among those present representing leading Catholic societies were noticed Miss Mary Sheridan and Miss Mary Burke from the Catholic Knights and Ladies Dr J W Fowler from the Catholic Club V Di Smith from Mackin Council Dan J Tierney and Thomas Feely from the Catholic Knights Dan Murphy and Richard Shanley from the Knights of Columbus James B Kelly from Trinity Council Newton G Rogers and William M Higgins from the Hibernians Will lam OSullivan and Harry Colgan from Satolll Council Michael J Ryan Harry Butler and Eugene Cooney Sr President Edward J McDermott occu pied the chair and In calling the meeting to order congratulated the union on the splendid attendance after the three months recess Communications w reread from Temporary President Frese of the National Federation of Catholic Societies giving in full the provisions that had been made for the constitution that will govern the national body after the Cincinnati convention In inviting the local union to become a member of the National Federation President Frese ex pressed the hope that the Louisville Catholic Union would attain large proportions and prominence His sugges tions met with hearty approval and an earnest effort will now be made to affiliate those societies which have heretofore been unrepresented Now that the plat form and purposes of the propbsed feder ation are known to every one and per mil no action tinged with politics it is expected that tlre meeting at Cincinnati on December 16 will represent every Catholic society of any importance in the cpoatryc Tho M Feely urged that all Catholics o t1 ro be invited to the next meeting in order that they might correctly learn what the future prospects of the union are His suggestion was received with much favor and after some discussion by Dan Murphy Newton Rogers and others it was decided to issue a circular letter to all societies who will also be visited by a special committee with a view to securing their attendance James B Kelly spoke at considerable length upon the benefits that would accrue from securing the attendance of some of the prominent promoters of the Federation and it may be that an effort will be made to bring Bishop McFoul to Louisville The other business transacted was of a routine nature at the conclusion of which an hour was pleasantly spent in social session Cigars and light refreshments were dispensed by Messrs Colgan and Cooney until all were satis fled Considering the circumstances under which the meeting was held the result was indeed encouraging and a large gathering is looked for on the evening of October 28 to which day adjournment was take- nCHILDRENS PARADISE How Engineer Ragglo Enter tains Many Little Visitors Frank Raggio the good natured engi neer at the No 16 house has more friends among the little folks than any other member of the local fire dedartment and with very good reason After much pains and labor he has succeeded in mak ing the park and garden adjoining the engine house at Sixth and Hill streets one of the points of interest in the city The lot on the north side contains numerous lower beds where may be seen every species of flower from the modest violet to the stately American beauty in their midst being an oldfash ioned mill run by water power and bear ing a sign reading Cl1776Cnsq paid for corn and wheat Divided by a screen composed of beautiful vines is a menag erie of various animals viz wild cat bear coon guinea pigs monkey Belgian hares chicken hawk sparrow hawk parrots owls squirrels homing pigeons doves etc The garden contains almost every vanety of vegetable also goober peas or peanuts There are also rustic seats swings hammocks seesaws and a tent comfortably furnished for rest old the toilet Every evening during the summer months merry crowds of children of the neighborhood gathered there to be entertained by Mr Ragglo and the members of the company who regret that the cold weather will deprive them of the enjoyment of thin interesting and beautiful adjunct to the engine house Liquid foods nould tie takes sparingly- with the meals They sewn to weaken the digestive pogoa RIVALRY AROUSED x Churches Striving to Load in Working For Orphans Bazar Enthusiastic Meeting Hi day Night at Ohurc Our Lady Lorettan Sisters Donate Alice the Finest Eve Seen Here WILL ISSUE A HANDSOME 1 MEMORIA IInterest in the approaching bazar for the orphans which opens at Llederkranz Hall on Monday October 21 is gaining daily in proportions and now there is quite a spirited rivalry among the various churches each being desirous of being in the lead when opentohave been remarkably successful thus far and they now feel confident of accomplishing more than will the gentle menAn enthusiastic congregational meet- Ing was held Sunday evening in the LadyInThe Iladies reported numerous articles donated and an encouraging sale of com bination books and also of books on the pipe The event of the evening how ever was when the Rev Pather ConnifF displayed a beautiful point lace surplice as the present of the Lorrettine Sisters of St Benedicts Academy Cedar Grove to Our Ladys booth for the benefit of the orphans This delicate network of rarest specimen is a facsimile of the one at the pronouncedbyexhibited here The Sisters spent six years In making it and it therefore rep resents many hours of patient labor and many very many thousands ofstitches for the cause of charity This is the surplice that was displayed at the Worlds Fair and receive the first geodSistersstands the long and tedious labyrinth through which theneedle is conducted by the delicate artisttnohettna ten thousand stitches in the whole wor What may be the real Value of this bea tiful fabric is a question of no concer but to the Sisters it is invaluable wh the precious time and the complex inc nuity required be considered After a vote of thanks to the Sisters Cedar Grove it was decided that th manner of disposing of the exquisit surplice be left to tbe committee of cler gymen who have arranged to have it displayed in a glass case at J Bacon inspection Fourteen parishes were represented at the last meeting of the Press Committee for which Messrs Kavanagh Viliier and Rees are doing excellent work They announced the plans arranged for the publication of a handsomely gotten up and well edited souvenir memorial spacethereinandour merchants and business men are availing themselves of this happy medium orphansMrsFinn have been remarkably successful having secured a large number of our leading houses many of whom took whole pages Besides the foregoing encouraging meetings were held by the ladies of the jSacred Heart St Louis Bertrands St Frances of Rome and St Patricks churches at all of which reports went to show that nothing was being left undone uugertakingLast i mlltee met in St Francis Hall to hear reports and the general meeting will be held there tomorrow night when Presi dent Edward i verylargetwentyone Englishspeaking churches Ladies and gentlemen who are soliciting advertisements and matter for the memorial book should not delay in hand ing in their copy so that it may be pro perly arranged and placed This is J timeinterveningis now in the hands of the printer PLEASANT OCCASION The Hibernians of New Albany will give a euchre next Tuesday night at i raisingfuncls jubilee Father Kelly has made extensive improvements N in the church during the past year and it is his desire to have the edi fice in an almost new condition when theP celebration occurs In this laudable i bythe j returned from his deserved and long needed vacation the work will be pushed 1 I l hasbeenoMville members of the order w4Qare- espect lto attend in large nnmbuBetides the bfficers Mewrs f II1Cff Dan Russell arid Iiilvmt Vernia will1lao- itraIL Z m f nmlMMIIiWKitMniMffr 4 K NTUCK KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM Devoted to the Moral dad Social Advancement of all Irish Americana WZZLIAM 1K HXGQXNS PubUeher SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Btttcred at the Louisville Postoffice as SecondGloss Matter del cU an CotnmnBlcittonitotbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street rTRAD So c COUNCILS f aOSY LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY OCTOBER 5 i9o1 IiOCRATIOI lut CITY AND COUNTY TICKET For Mayor CHAIUJES F GRAINGER For City Tax Receiver JAMES B DROWN For City Auditor CHARLES NEUMEYER For City Treasurer f JAMES B CAMP For Judge Police Court JOHN McCANN For Clerk Police Court ALF V O1JDHAM For Bailiff Police Court WILLIAM BOSLER For Prosecuting Attorney Police Court ROBERT J HAGAN For County Judge JAMES P GREGORY II t For Commonwealths Attorney JOSEPH HUFFAKER For County Attorney KIRBYh L For Sheriff E T SCHMITT For County Clerk W J SEMONIN For Coroner r DR HARRIS KELLY For County Assessor BENSON O HERR For County Surveyor ROBERT H YOUNG For County School Superintendent- L J STIVERS w f FOR STATE SENATORS Thirtysixth DlstrictH S McNUTT Xlilrlvflighth District ti WELLER rLc FOR REPRESENTATIVES rtyfourth District HERMAN D iVCOMB rtyflfth District JOIN M LET LE rtyslxth DlstrlctJOHN YOUNG rtyseventh District LAWRENCE ICHERTortyeighth District JAMES P ED AROOortynlnth DIstrlctH I3 McDONALD Fiftieth District IICHAEL BURKE Fiftyfirst DistrictTHOS DREWRY FOR ALDERMEN JAbnertiarrU Henry S Cohn Nathah M Url O Wallace Embry Barr Welsslnger T J oBryan- OHearn Humphrey Knecht R B Gilbert James B Smith Jame J Fitzgerald Paul C iBarth FOR COUNCILMEN First WardJohn Baron and Augustus J BlzoL Second Ward Bamhard Buckle and William P Schwartz Third WardA J Domeck and T J YeagerFourth WardHenry Seller and J New ton Shepard Fifth WardC C Early and Madison B Bevllle Sixth WardSamuel S Blitz and Chas DGreer8sventtt WardUpton W Mulr and funk S Cook Eighth WardAlvah L Terry and Ar tinarBoard Ninth Ward Albert 6 Smith and Lee Cobn Tent WardFred J Hummel and W J3 Pal ore Eleventh Word Herman Christen and Julius B Blerach t Twelfth WardJ W Drake and Au gustus Miller FOB SCHOOL TBTJSTEE SnodgrassI Charles A LangFourth and Fifth Wards Samuel Morn ingstarSixth and Seventh WardsGavin H jCOchranEIghth and Ninth WardsDr J W Gal Yin Tenth Ward Dr R E Galvin Eleventh and Twelfth WardsJoseph B Atkinsont FOR PARK COMMISSIONERS Gen Joan D Castleman Loula Seelbach Gottlieb Layer FOR KAOISTBATES First DlstrictG C Shadburn Second District David McKinley Third DistrictCharles J Fegenbush Fourth idlstrlctJ P Shlvely Fifth DistrictJohn N Velten Sixth District1bfeglemry Seventh H tricJoo Keyer Eighth DlstrictJotoi It Adams J FOB CONSTABLE First District Hugo Schultz Second DtotrtetJordan Floore Third PtotrtetConrad Kaiser Fourth DistrictChart H Hlllxrt FJfthI D strict FTmk VbffoM iiLiIIV Distx JetJoseph Short tEdirara OConnor J VLfl2tL THE BETTER WAY The controversy between 2000 coal miners and the operators in the Jellico district over a scale for the ensuing year has been amicably set tled by arbitration without the least friction or loss of a day in the working of the mines The matter had been under consideration for several weeks without reaching an agree ment the operators refusing to grant a ninehour day general ad vance in wages and semimonthly pay day Both sides selected a representative and these two chose a third Judge Clark of Chat tanooga to whom the disputed points were referred their decision to be final The decision was announced Tuesday dates from Octo ber i and will be the basis for a year Under the decision the nine hour day is granted without reduc tion of wages to all day workers the Turners receive an advance of threefifths to one cent per ton the pay day to continue monthly Both sides accept the award and it is believed this settlement will be accepted as a basis for a yearly agreement at other mines in Eastern KentuckyThis certainly a better way to settle labor disputes than the coer cive shotgun policy of the St Ber nard and other Hopkins county operatorS during the past twenty years or more maintaining contin uous ill feeling periodical Strife involving loss of time damage to property bloodshed and murder cost ttcounty and State for Deputy sheriffs and troops to the discredit and detriment of the com munity and no benefit to anyone It has cost the Hopkins county operators far more in the past twenty years to maintain their coercive system than to have granted all the demands the union miners have made to say nothing of the cost to the State the loss of life the endless litigation the disturbance of the peace the injury to trade and reproach to the State The just way is the better way and conference and arbitration has proven satisfactory and prevents as well as heals trouble BRUTAL SAVAGERY Englands brutal policy in South Africa though only a continuation as it were of her course in Ireland India and the Soudan owing to the more general diffusion of news and closer relations of nations is at tracting universal attention and if not openly condemned is so manifestly disapproved as to cause the English press to say very little about it and in spite of themselves show that they feel the humiliation of the consciousness of the con tempt with which England is re garded by the civilized world be cause of her savagery in South Africa and her inability with an overwhelming force and the resort to every brutality to maintain her prestige much less overcome the BoersLord Kitcheners campaign in South Africa is one of the blackest in the worlds history Every re straint of Christianity and civiliza tion every instinct of humanity is ignored recalling the ravages of the Huns and Vandals of the Mid dle Ages The orders to the British raiders are to burn all houses carry off to the British camp or destroy all crops clothing cattle stock heep to bring in all noncombat ants women and children to the concentration camps that the entire country may be a barren and deso I late waste in the hope that the Boer patriots may be driven by exposure and starvation to surrender or leave the country All ablebodied menl symIpathyshot hanged imprisoned or forced to leave the country all prisoners of war are deported to the bleak rock of St Helena or the plague stricken Barbadoes The concentrado camps in Cuba aroused such indignation in the United States that in behalf of hu manity and decency war was de clared against Spain and all her possessions in the West Indies wrested from her But British official reports and letters from English correspondents reveal a more horrible condition in the Brit ish concentration camps of South Africa where 137620 noncombatant Boers nearly all women and children are herded like swine under guard illy sheltered poorly fed and subjected to cruelty and outrages almost beyond belief But these reports are published over the names of men and women of known character and reliability and the official reports to the War Office for August giving the deaths ill those camps at 2345 of which 1873 were children bears out those charges A death rate of 17 per cent per month can only result from exposure insufficient food filthy surroundings and cruel treat mentIs it any wonder that such atrocities have excited the contempt of all nations for England humiliated her people and driven the Boers to des peration The Boers men and boys whose families are subjected to such degradation and cruelty and can see in Kitcheners procla mation nothing for themselves but death or lifelong imprisonment are going in squads to the veldts and joining the commandos to fight to the death And indeed it is but natural that the Dutch of Cape Colony and Natal witnessing the brutal efforts to exterminate their race and kindred give sympathy and aid and even join ijictisejajr port of tl jersj to drive from outh Africa the cruel Briton and save themselves from a like fate in the future SETTLED The mining troubles in Hopkins county are settled for the present at least and both sides are reported pleased with the terms That the union miners were not responsible for the lawlessness that prevailed has been clearly proven Judge Yost when asked concerning the settlement said the proposition accepted was identically the same as that heretofore presented the oper ators by the representatives of the union miners who may now make public addresses and try peaceably to persuade nonunion men to join the organization While free speech has been a right always guaranteed them by the law of the land it is one they could have here tofore exercised at Earlington and the other mining garrisons of Hopkins county only at the risk of their lives Many have little faith in the sincerity of the operators who have caused the State great needless expense The grand jury should long ago have indicted the officials who caused the troubles by themselves resorting to secret and open violence The union min ers of Kentucky have always been lawabiding citizens and their cause gains ground daily The shooting affray as a result of u quarrel on a street car last Satur day night is no surprise to those who have noticed the rowdyism that has become quite common on the street cars recently Rowdies black and white most of them well dressed by their profanity vul garity and insulting remarks have proven an annoyance and menace to decent people They have no respect for ladies nor any one else Only the forbearance of the public has prevented personal resentment which would mean a fight withI more or less serious results We do not intend to reflect upon the streetcar employes who seem aux ious but powerless to maintain order on the cars It is up to the rail way company to stop it and it is due to the public that they should U r- I Prc I see to it that ladles and gentlemen II as well can safely ride on their cars without fear of insult and assault from toughs The arrival at New York of 150 i Belgian glassworkers to work in the glassworks at Muncie Ind iis referred to by the daily press as Imported Labor Technically this is correct but it is not the im ported labor prohibited by law as a menace to labor morals or peace o the country These glassworker are union workmen who come to this country to take positions for which American workmen can not be had not to take the places o employed American workmen at low wages and will work under th same union regulations and scale as the American glassworkers re ceive They will be welcomed by their fellow American workmen as well as their employers as they come with proper credentials as to skill and character It can be taken for granted there are no scabs or anarchists among them The American yachtsmen haver once more demonstrated their su periority over the English the Columbia having won the two first races from Sir Tom Liptons Sham rock The jolly Irishman accepts his defeat goodnaturedly which is more than can be said of the Eng lish who are nonplussed over their continued losses toAmericans not only here but on their own soil Notre Dame University is arrang ing for the establishment of a Gaelic chair Elementary classes are now being formed and later the ad vanced work will be taught by Hugh OGallagher a young Irish seminarian who will complete his studiesunder Dr Henebry the celebrated Professor of Gaelic at the Catholic University More frequent gatherings like that of last Sunday afternoQttrV Hib UjfUUJtall fduld do much for the advancemel t of those who are descended from the Irish race It was such a meeting as stirs the heart with prid September v A5 having passed without results l Lord Kitchener has fired another proclamation at the Boers in th fieldand silted for 25000 addit onal men President RocJsevelt is a charter member of tn American Irish Histortical Socjfety and was one o the first memb rs of the Executive Council RECEN r DEATHS Mrs Mary jvis wife of the late David Davis psed peacefully away Tuesday eveningthe advanced age of eightyone years VBy her death the city loses another ot Mts oldtime residents who had led a Cl ristian and useful life She was the mot ier of Mrs John Bsrtel hump1830 Wes ain street with whom she resided llM funeral took place Thursday moral from St Anthonys church the ink nt being in St Johns cemetery Carl Childress aged twenty years died last Monday aft rnoon at the residence of his parents Mr and Mrs William Childress 1530 West Chestnut street after an illness off six weeks of dread typhoid fever and the announcement cast a deep gloo a over his large circle of friends and rela yes He was a dutiful and loving son r nd a diligent and hard worker For th past three yeArs he had been employed t the Baptist Argus and only a few days before his illness had re ceived an app ntment from the Civil Service Comm ssion as railway mail clerk He was popular with all who knew him and t reat sympathy is felt for the bereaved pa ents The funeral took place from themiltf residence his re mains being lai 5 to rest in beautiful Cave Hill Miss Maym Connelly the sixteen yearold daugh er of Mathew and Mary Connelly died at her parents home 1412 Story avenue last Wednesday after noon Illness Miss Connelly was a remarkably bright young lady and was a favorite with her companions and all others wit t whom she came in contact The funefal services took place at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament the sacred edify e being nearly filledwith friends and ref tines who by their pres ence attested he esteem in which the neld The servicedeceased was con sisted of sole in high mass of requiem and a feeling t crown by the celebrant Rev Father Sullivan With many others thentucky Irish American tenders its cai nest sympathy to the be reaved parents A lovely coo bination that will be seen I this winter Ishlte broadcloth trimmed j with dark mar en or chinchilla or even ermine The at to go with these suits will be made a the same kind of fur and garnished in 11 flowers jkl knots ofI lace I14 oj n r ISPEAK NO IILL OP ANY ONE Ohl breathe no illof others lives Or in such convene bear a part Words can give sorer wounds than knives And sadly lacerate the heart Judge not 0 man thy fellowman Leave that to Him who reads the mind But search for all the good you can For they who seek shall surely find Be tender in your speech of all And never let your voice be heard Condemning others for their fall Or slandering them by deed or word To others failings close your eyes namefFor who shall say that you would rise A better man if tried the same Then lenient be to others faults As you would have them be to you And take no part in their assaults truefFor God alone can judge the man And we must all before Him stand caneAnd reach to all a helping ha- ndSOCIDdVrn 6 G W Walsh a prominent citizen of Danville was here Thursday Mrs D Nehau left last Saturday for an extended trip through the West E C Dougherty a leading resident of Bowling Green arrived in the city Thurs day Anthony Moynihan formerly of New Albany was visiting friends in that city this week Mrs Sarah Sullivan a well known resident of Jeffersonville lies critically ill at her home on Pearl street Judge Nick Vaughn had as his guest this week his brother Clarence Vaughn who was here for the Horse Show Pat OBryan and wife of Frankfort arrived here Tuesday to spend several days visiting friends and the Horse Show John M ONeill arrived home this week and his numerous friends are re joiced that his health has been fully restored Mrs Charles F Grainger Mrs Judge Simrall Mrs Carolync Fitzgeraldand John Phelps are spending ten days at French tick Springs Mr and Mrs Samuel B Kirby have returned to their home in this city They have been ByepflJKguuTp tfatv pt hairyDe contry George Miller long prominent in the saloon business left Thursday for a ten days visit with his brotherinlaw Sam uel Stites at West Point Mrs Charles H Ryan and Mrs Ger trude Ryan were this week the gnests of Mrs Charles H Ryan Jr Miss Fannie Bess and Miss Hal pin OReilly the pretty and accomplished daughters of Dr OReilly spent the past week with relatives at Springfield The Misses Keyet West Chestnut street had as their guest this week Mrs 11 Murphy of Memphis Tenn who was returninghome from a trip East andfon Sixth street from Pewee Valley where they have been spending the summer Mrs Miles and Miss Katie Coleman and Humphrey OConuell and J H Lichtefield won handsome prizes at the euchre given by Mackin Council last week Mrs Pat Fahey returned this week to her home in Russellville after a pleasant visit to Miss Mary Kalaher 1122 Churchill street who entertained delightfully in her guests honor The prizes at Thursday nights euchre at Mackin Council club house were cap turgid by Mrs C L Miles and Mr Fred Herp There was a very gratifying attendance of players Dennis Gorman Supreme Organizer of the Catholic Knights of America returned to Jeffersonville on Thursday after an extended and successful trip through the northern part of Indiana Miss Mary Mungoven and nephews George and Tames Keenan returned Sunday to their home in Indianapolis after a delightful visit with Mrs John J Mc Ginn West Market street F L Sewell of New Orleans Southern representative of the Kentucky Bond Company who has been spending the past two months in this city leaves next week for San Antonio Texas Paul J Keating Inspector in the United States Engineers Department in Florida and a former resident of this city spent the past week here visiting his brother and sister James M and Miss Mary Keating Portland avenue Col Tom Riley and John M Mulloy have returned from a three weeks trip to the principal Eastern cities They report having had a great time in New York and Brooklyn where Mr Riley has many relatives who showed them all points of interest in the great metropolis Misses Katie and Bridgie Riordan are home after a delightful two months vaca tion spent with friends in New York Massachusetts and Chicago While in the metropolis they visited the leading fashion houses where they secured some Very chic patterns fpr their friends Miss Johanna Riehle the pretty and attractive daughter of J Adam Richie West Chestnut street and William J Arnold a well known patternmaker at the National Foundry were united in marriage by Rev Father CunninghaA last Wednesday afternoon at Holy Cross church The ceremony was witnessed by o a large number of friends and admirers of the happy young couple who are quite prominent in social circles They are receiving hearty congratulations at their home Thirtysixth and Chestnut streets Mrs James McKenna of Fairfield formerly of this city has returned to her home after a stay of some time at Dawson Springs Her friends will be relieved of much anxiety by the news that her health is much improved Her father Charles White of 1225 West Jefferson street who accompanied her to Dawson Springs has also returned to the city In reply to many inquiries we are pleased to be able to state that Henry Peldhaus who was last week reported critically ill is much improved and his speedy recovery is now looked for by the attending physicians This will be wel come news to his many friends through out the city who hope to soon see him able to return to his position with N B Fueglein on Third street Miss Bee Connelly of Bullitt street one of Louisvilles very popular young ladies has returned from a two weeks visit to French Lick Springs greatly im proved in health Next Monday she leaves for Buffalo for a ten days visit to the Pan Amcrican Exposition and from there she goes to Pittsburg where she will spend the winter as the guest of her niece Miss Hcmingray Miss Connellys many admirers will greatly miss her from their social circle A wedding of unusual beauty took place at St Martins on Shelby street Wednesday morning when Miss Mollie Boegi one of the most popular and well known young ladies of that parish was united in marriage to Dr Henry L Rapp one of our most prominent and success ful physicians The ceremony was wit nessed by a large number of their friends and relatives who showered the young people with congratulations Miss Annie Boegi is a sister of the bride A prominent wedding which will inter est Louisville society is announced to take place at St Philip Neris church the latter part of November the contracting parties being Miss Nora Agnes Tanian and Philip Ackerman Jr The bride elect is the daughter of Mrs Agnes and the late John Tanian and is conceded to be one of Kentuckys fairest daughters being a young lady of great beauty and most amiable disposition Mr Ackerman is one of our best known young German Americans holding the responsible posi tion of brewmaster with the Senn 4 jk therRevorm e uniting the ha youngcouple 0 11 sveckerman of 2112 West Market street entertained a few of her friends at her residence last Wednesday evening in honor of her guest Miss Rose Faller a pretty and accomplished Cleveland belle Features of the even ing were vocal and instrumetal solos and dancing Among those present were Misses Rose Faller Lillie Ackerman Mayine Kiely Anna Eiling Adele Miller Mayme Grau Anna McElliott Mayme Ackerman Miss Ross Messrs Leo Corcoran John Hines Joe Ernwein Jt erman proved herself charming hostess her reception being one of the most delightful it has been the pleasure of the writer to attend Mr and Mrs Parker of Port Fulton Ind were the recipients ofa very de lightful surprise from Louisville friends last Sunday evening Mrs Catherine Eschman well known in the West End was the criginator of the pleasant affair and was accompanied by Messrs and Mesdames William Eschmau Alex Leaf Lihman Liebenthal Zahn Misses Ida and Anna Eschman Edna Smith Pearl Goody and Messrs Fred Hoffman Edward ONeal William Leaf and others Immediately upon their arrival they took possession of the Parker home and soon the tables were groaning beneath the weight of good things to which ample justice was done by the invaders after which several hours were devoted to enjoyment thus terminating the leading social event ot the season in Jefferson villes little suburb Perhaps no marriage announcement of recent years has created more far reacbing social interest in St Michaels parish than that of Miss Ella F Shea and Gus tae A Hulsewede which will be solemnized Wednesday October 23 with Rev Father Sheridan officiating The brideelect is a young lady whose lovable disposition and many charming traits of character have won for her hosts of admirers and the groom who is well known and prominent in commercial circles is to be congratulated on winning so fair a life partner Miss Shea resides at 434 East Main street and is a leading soloist in St Michaels choir Mr Hul sewede was formerly employed at the main offices of the Louisville Nashville railroad in this city but now holds the position of general bookkeeper for the Kentucky Bond Company This news will come as a pleasant surprise to their hosts of friends The wedding bells rang joyously and clear last Wednesday morning when Miss Anna Louise Murphy one of Louisvilles most charming young ladies and very prominent in the best society circles since her debut and John J Bohlsen the popular aud well known young grocer were united in the bonds of holy matrimony at the Dominican church A nuptial high mass was celebrated by Rev Father John Bohlsen cousin of the bride assisted by Father Kelly of St Louis Bertrands and Father Westerman of St Marys and before a large and con gratulating audience the happy couple pronounced those solemn vows which no man shall put asunder Attired in an exquisite wedding gown the young bride presented a lovely appearance as she approached the altar preceded by the maids of honor and the ushers Messrs JoeKrieger Will Rapier Henry Bohl sen Henry Hinkebeiu and Robert Wal lace break weddingthefast for a delightful honeymoon followed wishes of the writer and all their friends for a life of bUlB and hap inelS U I i TEMPLE THEATER MEFFERT STOCK COMPANY IN The Little Minister Elaborate Production of Frazers Drama tization of Dames Beautiful Story OUR VAUDEVILLE STARS Bison City Quartet best in profession picturesAndMatinees at 200 Night Performances at 800 Popular PriceslOc i5c 25c 35c and 50c BUCKINGHAM WEEK 6SUNDAY I Hatlnets Snnday Monday Wednesday Saturday Harry BryantsBurlesquers TIlE BANNER EVENT New Scenery Wardrobe and Electrical Effects An incomparable coterie of artists Two grand burlesques Twenty bewitching frolicsome girls Up Stairs Over EnslUh Woolen HIIU Store One Hoot Wet7he Blg Store IDEArDENTISTRY Xat reasonable prices at th- eMammoth Painless Dental Parlors 436 and 438 W Market Street Superb Crown and Bridgework Elegant Gold and Porcelain Crown Best equipped office in the city LOUIS AI BRORING OrOr Se PROPRIETOR The AcknowledGed Standard of Ex cellence Quick Meal Gas Ranges Every one sold speaks for itself and one sells another GEHER SON 214 Market near Second IllinoiS G6lltraI BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETW- EENLouisville Memphis A- NDNew OrleansTwo Fast Trains Daily Ves tibuled Throughout and Lighted by Gas Cafe Diners Buffet library Cars SleepersFree Cars Close Connections to and from Arkansas Texas and the Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE via MEMPHIS Through Sleepbr reservations from ChicagJCincinnati Louisville or New 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P DEPPEAr oP At CINCINNATI lj M rF Y- Fn nu THEATRICALS The Little Minister is announced as the Temples offering for next week and already there is a big rush to secure de sirable seats in the parquet and dress cir cle This popular production which has captivated the American theatergoing public will be put on here by the Meffert Stock Company for the first time at popu lar prices Nothing will be lacking to insure the completeness of its production The vaudeville turns between the acts will afford ample amusement One of the turns will be furnished by the Bison City Quartet said to be the best in the profession The polyscope will be in working order and a great series of mov ing pictures will be shown Ladies occu pying seats down stairs Monday night willreceive souvenir photographs The management of the Buckingham have engaged Harry Bryants Burlesquers as the attraction for next week In the coterie of this clever company are Perry Burns and Perry a trio of Celtic wits in mirth music and dance the two Judges Bryant and Saville Lew Palmer Llt Clede and Raymond the Misses Kennedy and Palmer Miss Marion Blake and the old favorite comedian Harry Bryant The above with the two burlesques intro duced h large chorus of pretty girls new scenery and a sunburst of colored light effects goes to make up an excellent performance and should be cause enough to fill this cosy theater at every performance during the engagement On the Stroke of Twelve will be the attraction at the Avenue next week The play will be presented with an excellent cast and a complete and novel scenic equipment A murder a sensational es cape from prison and an exciting rescue in a counterfeiters den are included in the action OFFICER TWOHIQ MARRIED One of the prettiest of this seasons many notable weddings was that of Officer James Twohig and Miss Maggie Canty which was solemnized before a large number of friends and relatives Wednesday evening at St Patricks church Rev Father Kelleher performing the ceremony and bestowing upon the happy couple his blessing The bride who is very popular in IrishAmerican society circles was attired in a handsome traveling suit and carried a large bouquet of brides roses Officer Twohig is a young man of sterling worth and Integ rity and one of the most respected members of the police force The ushers were Messrs Patrick Best and Maurice Danahcr Immediately after the cere mony the bride and groom left for Buffalo and the PanAmerican Exposi tion and will visit the principal Eastern cities before returning home After their honeymoon they will be at home to their friends at Seventeenth and High streets AGREEABLY IMPRESSED jThe ladies and gentlemen who attended the euchre given Monday evening under the patronage of the Hall Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians were agreeably surprised with the beauty and brilliancy of the new hall While the num her of players was not as large as had been anticipated those present spent a ms delightful evening for which they expressed their appreciation The ladies prizes which were very unique and hand some were won by Mrs James P Barry Miss Nellie Cunningham and Mrs William T bfeehan Messrs John Morlarity James P Barry and Mal Shaughnessy carried off the gentlemens trophies- ENTERPRISING IR J Daniel the well known paper hanger and one of our most enterprising young men has purchased the stock and business of the Kavanaugh Bros 1329I hereIafter cejatcej I work and fair treatment Those whoI would encourage a worthy young man bould remember him j A tfcick poring ifioSIldlie tkert fin I cucumber in order to remove thebitte portion Jyiq directly under the akin very tbi slice abouid for the u rea IOn be frow the tend IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The funeral of the late Father Downes took place on Thursday at Ballingarry At Bucraua Patrick Diver was commit ted for trial on a charge of murdering his mother In the Dublin Police Court heavy fines were inflicted on a number of persons for keeping houses for the purpose of bet ting A very successful meeting under the auspices of the United Irish League was held at Hannabstown near Belfast last Saturday week The ntercounty Gaelic football contest between Louth and Wicklow was played at Kingstown The representatives of the former won after a good game Alderman Cave who presided at the last meeting of the Cork United Trades spoke hopefully of the gas strike being settled shortly on satisfactory terms Two weeks ago a convention of the County Wexford branches of the Gaelic League was held in Enniscorthy at which it was decided to found a county organ ration A crowded meeting was held in the Town Hall at Waterford in support of the Irish Parliamentary fund The Lord Mayor presided and the proceedings were marked by great enthusiasm At the meeting of the Finance Com mittee of the Cork Exposition the Lord Mayor who presided stated that the visit paid by the soliciting deputation to the County Kerry had been a most successful oneAn inquest was held at Howth on the body ofa young man named Michael Clowry who was drowned at the Pigeon House Fort by the capsizing of a sailing boat A verdict of accidental drowning was returned At Dundalk petty sessions John Car ragher Hugh Byrne and Owen Duffy were charged with causing the death of Peter Rice by knocking him down with a triplet cycle which they were riding The bench refused informations In the House of Missions Enniscorthy the Most Rev Dr Kelly was presented with a farewell address and a handsome testimonial on behalf of the people of the County Wexford to mark the occasion of his Graces departure for Sydney Monday morning persons passing aloug Rutland square Dublin were amused by an unusual decoration which floated from the Orange Hall It was nothing more or less than a Boer flag and it is needless to say how it got there remains a mys teryOwing to the explosion of a detonator a boy named Christopher Sullivan had two fingers blown off on Sunday in Abbey street Dublin The police searched the house and found eightythree detonators in the gas fitting aud plumbers establishment in that house The funeral of the late Lord Morris took place on Wednesday at Galway Two Bishops and forty clergymen officiated at the high mass in the Franciscan church celebrated for the repose of his Lordships soul Thousands of persons formed a procession to the grave includ ing clergymen of all denominations The Bishop of Clonfert officiated at the inter mentA cattle dealer named James Kerley residing at Janesborough Limerick died on Monday from the effects it is stated of poisoning alleged to be selfadminis tered Kerley from the reports of the police was noticed to be ill and medical assistance was called The deceased showed symptoms of having taken some irritant poison supposed to have been a mixture used for external application to sheepOn Friday night a rather serious quarrel took place in Tramore between twoI laborers engaged in the district following a threshing machine It appears an altercation arose between David ConnorsI and Patrick Hutchinson which was con tinued in the street after they left the house and blows were struck It is al leged that Hutchinson then drew a knife and stabbed Couners inflicting a severe wound Outbreaks of typhoid and diphtheria of a most serious character have occurred at Belfast On Thursday the Public Health Department announced that in ten days ninetyeight cases of typhoid all of a severe type had been admitted to hospital the total under treatment being 254 while nineteen cases of diphtheria has d been admitted in two days One e has died of typhoid and several others are ailing The number of doctors and nurses is to be increased At the recent meeting of the Drogheda Board of Guardians Dr Callhri dispen sary medical officer of Clogherand Dysartl districts reported the outbreak of scar latina and diphtheria in his district The cases of scarlatina had proved fatal in one family The only known cause of the outbreak was the insanitary condition of the outoffices connected with some of the schools The usual disinfecting pro cess had been adopted in the dwellin houses where the outbreak occurred The intelligence of the death of Simon Pyne which occurred on Sunday at tIu dadvancedage of ninety years was hear with feelings of heartfelt sadness and regret by all classes of people in Nenag- and by alarge section of the population of his native county of Clare The near relative and constant companion of th late reverend pastor of Nenagh Very Rev Dr Pyne the deceased resided at the parochial house until the death of Very Rev Dr Pjye since which time he lived with Courtenay His life was a model of piety charity and exemplary virtue About eighty girls employed in the confectionery dcjertmeat of Geary 8C CoII biscuit manufacturers Charlotte c 9fonidrry witAh reference fa wages which has arisen be tween thenaelaliel the manager Ii- n n o I appears that recently they were put on piece work and they complain that they are not earning as much as when they were receiving a fixed weekly wage A number of boys in the bake house also struck but the dispute does not materi ally interfere with the carrying on of the business of the concern A serious fire took place in Armagh on Saturday morning the extensive corn and flour mills belonging to Best Sons English street being completely demol ished The police military and some members of the local fire brigade were soon ou the scene but the only thing they could do was to prevent the fire spreading to valuable adjoining build ings Private Cook ofd the Royal Irish Fusiliers who was assisting In extin guishing the flames had a leg broken The damage is estimated at between seven and eight thousand pounds The premises are insured John T Horgan has been awarded the Incorporated Law Societys goldmedal for oratory in connection with the Solicitors Apprentices Debating Society Horgan is the eldest sol of M J Morgan Solicitor and Coroner Cork who is to be congratulated on his success He is the first Cork student to earn this distinc tion which is the blue ribbon of the debating society Last year he won the first certificate in oratory and composi tion as well as the SWay and Palls prizes During the session which has just ended he discharged the duties of Honorary Registrar in an energetic and able man ner which gave entire satisfaction his fellowmembers ALTOGETHER RIDICULOUS Custom of Giving Good Old Irish Names Fancy Handles i Editor Kentucky Irish American There Isa noticeable tendency in re cent years among a certain class of the younger generation of Irish parents or parents of Irish descent to give their children fence and un Irish names The custom is becoming very common and much to be deplored as it leaves one under the impres sion that the parents are snobs and that they are ashamed of their humble Irish origin and are trying to hide the fact under a highsounding baptismal name in their offspring The custom would be very painful to contemplate were it not altogether ridiculous Think of such good old Irish names as Murphy Flynn ORourke Ryan ODon nell Walsh etc with such fancy ban- dIes as Percy Roy Earl Duke Prince Ethelberta Clarissa Gladys Chester Leroy How much dignity is there in such names as Clarice Infelice McCloskey Chester Reginald ORafferty Percy Del mar Hoolihan Wouldnt such names as these muke a horse laugh until it had the heavesA fond father of our acquaint ance was asked if he were not going to name his boy after 0is father atone of his brothers all of whom bore good plain names common to he Irish He re sented the suggestion as an implied insult to his intelligence and replied that he was not going to handicap his children with any of your common Irish names lOr mean to give my children aristocratic names Aristocratic names 1 Save the mark That is the keynote to the whole thing however They want their houseful of hopefuls to be thought aristo cratic and instead of going to the calen dar of the saints for a name they consult the latest sentimental novel wherein is depicted the harrowing and heartrending trials of the kingly Lord Raymond of Earlscourt and the beautiful though afflicted and simpering Lady Ethelberta Such names as these a entirely too sweetscented to lose There upon the poor helpless infant if a boy will be saddled with Raymond Earl and if a girl Gladys Ethel erta In this way we can see how simple a matter it isthe making of an aristocrat tt a readymade handmedown one We always thought f that the Irish possessed a keen sense o the ridiculous We now begin to doubt it and we know that instead of avoiding handicap by their high soundlug names a they are certainly placing one and heavy one at that Upon their children for the burden of ridicule is always the heaviest and instead of getting people to believe in their snidrle in tbe slot aris tocracy they will get the laughter of all sensible people In the meantime the youngster will1 grow up thinking very poorly of the taste of the one that selected his name Ifwe wish to earn the gratitude of the coming generation we should do some thing immediately to pat tn end to thisI silly fashion At the baptismal font our priests never fail to oppose such names but it has no effect The proud young parents who to their knowledge never had au aristocrat iin the family before muMjfeave one now So there and then ihe poor helpless bit of humanity unable to otTer a protest in its own defense and trusting to those who should love and cherisji it the most is saddledwith a name hat would almost ClarencBReginald Rafferty begi s to squall under the burden fooldt iI called in would it note be wise for our nombi effective manner that th y do not approve of this snobbery for snobbery it car GeLADIES EUCKE The YoungLadies Auxiliary of Trinity Council Y M I will entertain their many friends next TpT la aday eveaia- with a euchre and d ce at their du y house 718 East Gray at eetThe games will be called at 816 sh rp and a number of elegant prisset will be awarded the winners MiM Jade imbue the offs bit end interesting S c try Bays theee socials are growing in opularity fled ft delightful time way be ooked forward tot I I byattj n r u HIBERNIANS I What They Have Been Don the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 4 made its usuall fine showing last Sunday for which the members de serve much credit For the first time in many months the four divisions meet the same week be ginning Monday night with Division 3 There was some disappointment in not hearing from Secretary John Devitt last Sunday But John is a writer and not a talkerMuch interest is being aroused in the coming social session of Division 3 which the committee promises to make unique and novel The Indiana Hibernians will make no mistake if they elect James OHara their State Secretary He would soon awaken things throughout Hoosierdom A finer looking body of men than as sembled last Sunday afternoon at Hiber nian Hall would be hard to find any where And they were happy too State Secretary Coleman made several happy hits while introducing the differ ent speakers Sunday afternoon and despite all efforts Dan Walsh could not escapeThe National Vice President of the Letter Carriers Association W J Dix6n is a Hibernian holding the office of Recording Secretary of Division 2 of New OrleansDivision 19 of Waltham Mass will celebrate its twentysixth anniversary next Friday night with a ball at the Park Theater The dancing will be preceded by a concert A lecture was delivered last Sunday by State President Ryan in Odd Fellows Hall for the benefit of the divisions o Lynn Mass Last Friday night he ad dressed a large audience at Brighton Jerry Hallahan who is now engage in railroad building received a hearty welcome Sunday afternoon Jerry is one of the old guard of Division 4 whose absence from meetings has been keenly feltDivision 14 of Akron N Y installed its officers Sunday week The baby divis ion of Erie county is progressing very nicely and spreading the seeds of Hiber nianism among the Irish people of Akron andvicinity Many were deprived of the opportunity of being initiated Sunday because of having to work Division 2 had several can didates who found it impossible to be present For all such a special initiation I will likely be arranged within the course of a few weeks The different divisions of Philadelphia and the County Board presented an imposing appearance in the parade that preceded the laying of the foundation stone of St Monicas new church last Sunday which had been postponed on account of the death of President Mc Kinley Archbishop Ryan laid the stone of the church of which Rev Father Mc Manus is pastor When finished the edifice will be one of the finest in Philadelphia RESCUE OF A GAEL New York Compatriots Will Aid Hynes If He Doesnt Pay His Fine Bartley Hynes an Irishman living at Kinvara County Galway Ireland wa fined recently for having tins name o the side of his cart in Irish Dings istrates deliberated over the enormity of rethe crime and finally fined him one penny and costs with the alternative of going dto jail for seven days Bartley refused to pay the fine and the Magistrates have not yet sent him to prisop The Gael the ably edited New York magazine devoted languagefo Hynes last Saturday- If you havent paid that penny fine paaINQUIRIES FOR RELATIVE Any information concerning d Connolly who is supposed to have die In Washington about two years ago would be greatly appreciated by relatives in this city He was a native of tin County Galway Ireland where he was born in the early 80s from whence he went to Australia where he resided until he came to this country about seven years ago The last heard of him he was iiu Washington D C where his death iis reported to have occurred Any persons knowing anything about him wouldI render a kind act by forwarding such information to the Kentucky Irish American ASK NINEHOUR DAY Through the Allied Printing Trades Council the men and women engaged iin the printing trades are endeavoring beeon concededed by the employing printers in all cities except Louisville The de mand Is a reasonable one and shouldi have been made two years ago The employers are all busy and there is littl probability of any strike sr SEWING SCHOOL The Cathedral Sewing School which during the past two years pas done much good service in teaching young girls the art of plain and fancy sewing will open oyf ersof classes In this school which iis deserving of warm encouragement Much of the work exhibited at the close of last years session WM of real1fnettr WAS RANCHED OUT Pat Cain who last Jertapptin busfacM at Nineteenth and Graypon hac u f 0 been very successful He has just pur chased a large stock of fine wines and whiskies for his Increasing trade which quantitiesgDONT QUIT Thinking about quitting are you Going to give up your certificate and the order which has done so much for you may go to the demnitlon bowwows so far as you are concerned Well that is to be doubted at any rate But before you decide to leave the order permit us to suggest a few things for you to think about You can not know in advance that any other would or could serve you better You are in this order now You judge it from the inside You look upon the others from the outside only and a very hdsty superficial glance is the best you can get Were you on the inside you might find the situation altogether different from what you suppose The order such as it is has done a great deal more for you than you have done for it If not already the best it might easily become so and would speedily come to be so ifall members did their full duty by the order There something of ob ligation involved Strike a balance in your mind between what the order has done for you and what you have done for it and see on which side the deficit will be found You can not in honor quit squared And when you have gone to work for the order steadily earnestly and persistently you will find that your affection for it will increase as your labor increases and presently all thought of quitting will be banished entirely from your mind But there are other con siderations involved Dont be a quitter A quitter Is a distinct species of man well known to all kinds of life insurance or ganizations THe quitter never accomplishes anything He takes a certificate makes a few payments thereon and quits perf formance quits He laying foundations but he never builds anything By quitting he not only for chancedof all future benefits and finally dies without insurance having during the period of one of his transactions became uninsurable He does not intend to go without insurance Oh no He merely lets go slips back down the pole to the bottom and after a breathing spell in tends to start up again The quitter never gets to the top of anything He is always slipping back to the starting point He never gets anywhere never reaps a harvest HP quits before the harvest time and then blames Providence because he has no crop Dont be a quitter It is only the persistent runner who reaches the goal and receives the reward Having put your hand to the plow do not look back but keep your eye fixed upon the prize which is the mark of your high calling Washing ton Workman FASHIONS FOIBLES Buttons will reach the zenith of favor before spring They are to be used for trimming to so great an extent that long buttonholes embroidered in gold and silver and colored flowers will be oua of the seasons fancies The princess gown has drifted into evening styles There are several per fectly beautiful models but no woman who is not absolutely sure of the perfect lines of her figure should attempt one of these stunning styles- A good many skirts especially the silk ones are made with tucked breadth in the back narrow at the top and shaping out like a fan It is a becoming fashions giving a pretty little spread to the skirt smallernrsWithout a doubt the reign of gray is over It is really a pity for there is no shade that can fully take its place Gray fits properly every occasion and is becom ing to every daughter of Eve regardless of age or the color of her hair and eyes The green shades are marvelous in themselves and made up with delicate shades of brown in cloth suits produce a veritable autumn leaf effect Worn with a hat that is a combination of reseda velvet brown marten and deep crimson roses the autumn shade effect is corny pleteWhite felt always becoming is to be worn this season which means a decided novelty in hats since this has not been whitedand great black ostrich plumes is one of the most youthful looking hats of thee seasonThere are several lovely shades of re seda All of them have a mixture of yellow olive green and a deep azure but they vary from dark tp light Just now the light shades are the favorites but a little later when we turn up our 9fur collars the dark reseda will be more often seen But at its darkest it is still light Sleeves are to be made with more full ness about the upper part than formerly and there is a tendency appearing to set little epaulets over the shoulders to give a broad effect or to broaden out the col lars on the side as far as possible Some sleevestotopleated or gathered from top to bottom so that the pleats or folds run horizon tally across the arm The velvet ribbon craze grows more and more contagious if that is possible loopsein all sorts of fancifularrangements and in fact wherever delicate colors are used there may be found the inevitable velvet in either black or colors Lacings of it popular and knots of velvet ribbon on hats HOUSEHOLD HINTS Scrambled eggs will be made creamy if cooked in a double broiler iustead of a spider trying pan- IIIJUa1dpgI crust of any kind Ai not melH11ellard or batter luto the soar or your cruet will be spoiled Mildew may be removed by simply making pacteof equal path of chalk o KENWOOD PARKTAKE PARK CARS VIA THIRDSTREET LINE POPULAR FAMILY GARDEN Place Where Ydu Get Soraethlag Good to Eat andDomesticorders for private parties and meals served 3025aWM WHEN YOU VI- SITLIMERICK CALL UPON John Hickey SEVENTH AND OAK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out SCHUCK WYMAN SALOON POOL ROOM and BOWLING ALLEYS Northeast Corner Eighteenth and Walnuts A place where you can get something good to cat day or night CHAS SCHUCK SIXTH AND WALNUT o Fine Wines Liquors and Cigars 1 Hot lunch day and night Brown Leghorn Eggs 5CENTS CHARLES L JACQUES 2422 St Xavli Leghornshens e Jan 12 Feb 20 March 133 May l 42JuL g 161 Sept l151J Oct83 Nov 83 Dec Clearys Exchange 124 First Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS ONLY BEST BRANDS HOT LUNCH FROM 10 TO 11 Fills EXCHANGE JOHN B FAHEY Prop NE Cor Seventh and Market f Choice Wines e Liquors and Cigars ha Telephone SO4- 4AMOORESPLf6L 1621 PORTLAND AVE largest and Coolest Glass of Beer on the Avenue FINE WHISKY A SPECIALTY WINES AND CIGARS and common soap Wet the stained goods and place in the sun until the spot disappearsApple are improved In flavor by adding three teaspoonfuls of freshly 1 made tea and a pinch of nutmeg An appetizing flavor can be given tp broiled beefsteak by rubbing a cut onion over the hot platter with the butter Put a clove of garlic in the bottle of 1 olive oil when it cornea from the grocer and see what a palatable flavor it will impart It should only remain about twentyfour hours which will be sufficient 1 time to do its work lOld black thread or French laces that have become rusty and need to be fresh ti cued may be renovated by dipping them 1 into a weak green tea and pressing themj between newspapers on aaat surfaced Pick out each little scallop or point with the fingers before covering the lace witlfl the top paper Indian meal moistened with a Ikfle vinegar or lemon juice is excellent for the hands where the skin has been rough ened by work or cold It will heal and soften them Rub the hands thorough with the moistened meal then wash then in warm water and bathe them witfl glycerinelotion 1 All clothing should be wen ventilated no matter what the temperature Tr germs of grip and other disorders a likely to become lodged in ones clothes and remain there It is au excellent plan to change ones clothing on reach dowutadinnrrEvery tThechair beeide the bed ia not only cat but dfIIeIOUitl 7 e Ie 2 250 3 tend 350 tWe carry the full line of these famous goods in all sizes and 1 styles from the working shoes 9 d at 2 up to the patent leather 0and enamel dress shoes at 1350 Union made and the BEST MADE at the price LILEVYAND BR081MARKET I 11COAL DOUGLAS SHOES rlCoali IScreenedf Anthracite per ton 750 1 3 iji Pacific Coal Coii 428 West Jefferson St i T I WATHENS r l f UM fFACTORY l UMm BAKER- Y62O r Eighth StreetFinest Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c each Strawberry and Chocolate per gallon 85c Brick and Euchre Cream per gallon 100 Capacity 1500 gallons per day Goods shipped as far as 200 miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealers and everyday orders Long distance telephone 2144 rDANIEL DOliglHirtD DOUGHERTY t K66DOD THOMAS NIIII III i UNDERTAKERS U est Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 1111 1ImiPHOrTGi 12402 All Calls pUY tttenlle1 Day or Night riugcs Furiuoiielfor tOl1 Occasions Carii TOM FEHR BREWING 60 INCORPORATE Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KSI- IEit 1Lut1UII1IHLEUIIUIflE1L1H 1flLIIII Iii Muidoon Monument Gomponu DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OP IITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE rIonuments1AribUo Work Only SolicitI Workshops and Studios Cum Italy T1 WAREKOOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN HHHHHD d- I 11lllliI- ERANIJOHI B r WAITBRSV lay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY StREET lephone 3093 LOUISVILLE KY ENRY C LAUER TELEPHONE 1140 AND LIQUORS LIVERY AND BOARDING STABLE FIV f l ST j 42IJHI 4H CHHOU 905 W MARKETSEAST JEFFEWOK STiEET LOUIVuJLEKY D is FRANKFORT The Death of Dennis Haley Is Mourned by All Classes of Citizens Was Known and Respected and Honored With Mdtty Offices Great Preparations For the Street Pair Which Be gins Tuesday FATHER YOUNANS RETURN LECTURE Special Letter to the Kentucky Irish American FRANKFORT Oct 3Next Thursday evening the Elite Social Club will give their Annual Street Fair dance at Young Mens Institute Hall Invitations have been sent out to friends all over Ken tucks a large number of whom are expected to be here on that occasion Athertons celebrated orchestra has been secured and A pleasant time is anticipated for all who attend The club extends tits o Frankfort friends a very cordial invi tation to be present Tickets of admission may be secured from Messrs D J Mc Namara David P Davis and W A Lutkemeier Jr the gentlemen who compose the committee having this pleasant affair in charge Mr and Mrs J P Hanley returned from their bridal tour last Monday after visiting Washington New York Boston the PanAmerican Exposition Niagara Falls and several cities in Canada For the present the young couple will be with Mrs William Gorman on the North Side On Monday evening October 28 Rev Father Younan the great lecturer and missionary and one of the most extensive travelers in this country will deliver his celebrated illustrated lecture on India att the Capital Theater under the auspices of the Catholic Knights of America Tc those interested in the people of India their manners and customs and the rela thou of several interesting incidents in their lives this lecture will indeed be a rare treat and all who can possibly do so should take advantage of thisopportunity of hearing the celebrated speaker Popular Will Hickey of Georgetown was in Frankfort mingling among his friends and acquaintances who are quite numerous in the Capital City Rumor has it that in the early fall Col Hickey will lead to the altar one of Scott countys fairest daughters and this doubtless accounts for the great feeling of exultation which seemed to pervade the atmosphere when he was around The Street Fair which opens next Tues day morning promises to be the mos successful both in attendance and the number of excellent attractions in the three years history of the associations existence Four excellent bands will discourse music each day and several outoftown delegations will bring their own bands with them which will make things quite lively from a musical point of view The large number of visitors will be entertained with dances and other social events during each evening of the fairMiss Mary McNamara and brothers Thomas and Edward attended the fune ral of Col Dennis Haley last Monday Lambert Young Council Y M I will begin a series of fifteen progressive euchre parties on October 24 After the games dancing will be engaged in till midnight and many pleasant evenings anticipatedMessrs Crockett James McAu liffe and Will Lutkemeier attended the Zack Phelps memorial exercises at Louisville last Sunday Col David P Davis Chairman of the Publicity and Promotion Committee of Street Fair Association spent Sunday in Shelbyville They cay there is quite an attraction in Shelbys capital that draws the genial Colonel so frequently there John A Gorman returned Monday from a two weeks visit with friends at LouisvilleLouis of this city left Monday for Louisville where he will enter the Louisville College of Pharmacy- On Saturday morning last the soul of one of the truest noblest and most hum ble of Frankforts citizens passed to its reward in the great beyond when the death of Col Dennis L Haley occurred at his residence on the South Side When death peacefully came Col Haley was surrounded by his devoted wife and fond and loving daughters and sons and while the end was momentarily expected it very naturally was a great shock to his Family and host of friends not only in Frankfort but throughout Kentucky by whom he was esteemed and honored While always of a quiet and retiring nature believing that office should seek the man he was repeatedly honored with various municipal offices all unsolicited and it is needless to say that he retired from politics as well as business several years ago with a clean and unblemished record countless personal friends and so far as known not a single enemy a record that very few men in public life can boast of A kind and loving bus band a devoted father a true and loyal friend and noble and enterprising citizen he numbered his friends by his acquaint inces each of whom doubtless dropped a tear upon his bier on Monday last when all that was mortal was laid in its last resting place in the beautiful little city of the dead at Frankfort A loving wife six daughters and two sons survive him and mourn their deep low They are Assistant Adjutant General Percy Haley ItJHjJevMnLH J ODonpelltrnT- homao V GNewKra Jams G Tootwri MMM B1U Margaret sad tee ladette Haley the friersds of tthe family join the Kentucky Irish American in ex r IRISH SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O HD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan Vice PresidentNewton G Rogers Recording SecretaryMike Tynan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cnslck 1011 Bank ureet Treasurer John Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice President Con J Ford Recording SecretaryJohn J Sullivan Financial SecretaryJohn T Kenney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryJohn M Gilles pieFinancial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515l West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerHarry Brady DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President William Reilly PresidentRobert Gleason Vice President B A Coll Recording SecretaryJohn J Dcvitt Financial Secretary Frank Hogan TreasurerMichael Kinne- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph Nevin First Vice PresidentThos WTarpey Second Vice PresidentWm Lawler Recording SecretaryJohn J Flynn ByrneTrlSergeant John Kenne- YSentinelTimothy Lyons I tending deepest feeling of sympathy to the sorrowing wife and children in their sad bereavement May his soul rest In peace D J M DENOUNCED ANARCHY Meeting of tho IrIshAmeri can Society Thursday Night An unusually large number of mem bers attended the meeting of the Irish American Society Thursday night and an interesting session was held Several applications for membership were received and referred after which Chair man William Lawler read the following resolutions upon the death of President McKinley copies of which had been sent Mrs McKinley and the State De partment Whereas It has pleased God to permit our beloved President William Mc thetdemoniacal hand of im assassin and Whereas We deplore the sad taking off of our revered Chief Magistrate who as President Congressman Governor husband and Christian gentleman and by the many virtues displayed in his every walk of life endeared himself not only to his intimate friends but to the nation and the world as an example to peasant ana King and Whereas We abhor and abominate all societies associations and teachings which bring about such disasters and atrocities therefore be it Resolved That we the IrishAmerican Society of Louisville denounce in the strongest terms all doctrines and teach ings which germinate such false freedom Resolved That we are bowed down in sorrow at the untimely taking off of our venerated President who by his states manship and Christian virtues not only filled the august position of Chief Magis trate as well as any of his predecessors but added luster to that dignified office Resolved That we commiserate with his afflicted and Christian wife and tender her our heartfelt sympathy in this her hour of anguish J Resolved That one copy of these reso lutions be sent to Mrs McKinley one to the press and one be spread upon the minute book of this society In the absence ofPresident Nevin the chair was occupied by Tom Keenan The meeting was the most interesting held for many months and from the tenor of the remarks the IrishAmerican Society will be head from in no uncer tain manner within the next few weeks There is an apparent awakening from the long lethargy that has prevailed Chairman Mike Francis filed the final report for the reunion picnic for which he labored untiringly The proceeds were placed in the treasury and he was tendered a rising vote of thanks for his invaluable services RAILROAD CHANGES Patrick M Piynrfor the past ten years a popular clerk iin the local freight department of the Il nois Central has been promoted to a passenger run on that road between Ldulsvill pad Fulton His as sociates in the freight house were loath to see him go tho Iigh all rejoicej over his advancementThomas Las resigned from the Southern railway to accept a clerkship with the Illinois Central His railroad friends are maayj and aU hope to won see him occupying still higher position INSTALLED OFFICERS Tecumseh Trl of Red Men installed its aewlyclected officers Wednesday evening after wh ch a sumptuous repast was enjoyed by the members and many visitors present Owing to the absence of Prophet elect J met B Camp he will be installed at Met Wednesdays sleep Tecumsefa Is in fftfloiir2shincr poBclitintt awl before m nx jooooe will be one of the largest tribes jja4 thfc city Instituted only two great soma it hia at pwamt eightyscreetsadhai r- ff o CONFIDENT All Indications Point to the Election of the Grnlngor Ticket- Registration Shows a Dcinti cr tlc Majority of From 8000 to 10000 Young Men Organizing Clubs and Preparing For Ac tive Work A SMALL VOTE IS PREDICTED The result of the registration during the past week has been more than pleat ing to the Democratic candidates and the committees There now seems to be no doubt of the election of Mr Grainger by- a majority of from 5000 to 8000 and iit is reasonably certain that he will carry the balance of the ticket with him by good majorities The Democrats are particularly fortu nate in having the laboring element on their side and but few union labor nice will scratch the Grainger ticket on account of their being so many union labor representatives thereon while the Republicans have no union labor candidates at all theIthe city are Corning to the support of the straight Democratic ticket and it can not helpwinning unless the voters show tillle interest on the day of the election Tire party is fortunate in having a clear headed man like Charles P Grainger at the head of the ticket He stands well with the business community well as with the politicians It is certain that he will make an excellent Mayor Repub licans have virtually given up the Mayoralty race and are now striving to elect one or two men on the ticket The latest figures in the registration shows that while the vote will be small in November the Democrats have three to one the best of it In the Highlands a large and influi entlal Democratic club was organized Thursday evening with Roger McGrath as President It is composed of Demo crats of thft northern part of the First ward and among its members will be foundevery prominent IrishAmerican in the five preclnts Last night a big rally was held at Phcc nix Hill The speakers were Col Ben nett H Young Judge Joe ONeal Judge Pirtle and Judge Gregory Charles F Grainger who opened the meeting was received with great enthusiasm The Eleventh ward will have a perfect organization Chairman Edward OBrien being determined to roll up a tremendous majority for the entire ticket The same can be said for Chairman Murphy in the Tenth ward PATRIARCH OF CONNEMARA There has just died on the peninsula of Errislauin nearClifden Irelandan old man named John MacDone who had attained the extraordinary age of 1 5 years He was known all over the countryside and adjacent islands as Patriarch of Connemara Born in 1770 he had a vivid recollection of the landing of the French under Gen Hum bert at Killala in 1798 The people did not know that the French had conic to obtain Irish support and MacDone re membered seeing the terrified inhabitants fleeing to the neighboring rocks and caves for safety Some sixtyfour years ago being then turned sixty years ofage he took part in the building of Slynehead lighthouse His first wife and five chil dren were carried off by cholera in one day He afterwards married a girl of eighteen named Anne King who sur vives him and is now seventyeight years old The present Archbishop of Tuam Dr MacEvilly who is eighty four recalls that his predecessor told him of MacDones history and the facts of the case are corroborated by some of the clergy and other inhabitants of the district Martin Flaherty of Poulreve near Slynebead says that MacDone was an old man when he knew him there sixty years since but fairly Well off in possession of some twenty cattle thirty sheep and a horse Three children of the second wife emigrated to America two daughters married in San Francisco and themselves have grandchildren so that MacDone was also a greatgrand father Being thus left without help he became poorer and poorer till hedied in a little stone cabin on the edge of the Atlantic He was a fervent Roman Catholic and he and his wife were wont to recite nightly the Rosary in common in the tongue of the Gael for neither knew a word of English ABOUT OETHSEMANI ABBEY This weeks picture shows the Geth semani cemetery entering from the Chapter room which is to the left of where our picture begins The first thing that attracts attention is the reproduction of the Grotto of Lourdes Fur ther to the right is the grave of Father McGrain between two of the altars of the Monks church which is covered with a portico Between the column that sup ports the roof and the church is to be seen another column being a part of the grave of the Baron de Hodimout Near the grotto may be seen a monk returning from saying prayers for those who have preceded him to their final reward Here no mound Is made as in the ordi nary cemetery each grave being left Hat an covered with myrtle marked by an ocd h tY IIfI Sugr added tothe water used for- baiting meats Improves the flavor It pecUllr true of veil the moat tasteless of meshn 7 How Are Your J Teeth i talhaveLouisville Ii ll Dental Parlors I IMI- My 544 FOURTH ST Right Next to Avenue Theater Their prices are the lowest work the best and all guaranteed They will treat you right REMEMBER THE PLACE Louisville Dental Parlors 6 TOITI2TH ST- Y r M tS = ENDS PeopleandFor Business Good Employment and Success J CALL OR WRtt5 FOR FUr mronuATiox I tSIXTH 0 MAIN TREBT5 LOUISVllLEKY B egeI I IiI i i iII i IIMISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer 11Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short NoticeI = TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET I = TELEPHONE 810 UDitlt UU dftnftU ntuftWUDftI ItMl bobk7reejinqTHE lJE5r JS Tilt CNC4PtSTmFenmanphip AS7iorFhanan o- Te7eyrap7tlJEgurllill y Nklaloyue2OuisvilleIJ 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