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KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANr i 1 n b511H O VOLUME IXNO 11 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 13 1902 PRICE FIVE CENTS L BIENNIAL State Convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Meets Tomorrow Business Session Will Bo Fol lowed by An Enjoyable Banquet Appropriate Toasts Will Bo Be upended to By Members of the Order LIST OF THE LOCAL DELEGATES The biennial State convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will be held at Hibernian Hall corner Seventh and Market streets in this city toniorrow afternoon The convention will be called to order at 130 oclock After the business of the convention has been disposed of the delegates and a few Invited guests including Mayor Grainger will be given a banquet by the local divisions of the A O H The following committee was appointed some weeks ago by the County Board to look after the reception and entertainment of the visiting delegates and to make arrangements for the ban quet Newton G Rogers Mike Tynan George J Butler Owen Keiran and John HennessyJudge P Shine of Covington State President will preside over the business r meeting of the convention A few amendments to the bylaws and the election of State officers will be the only things to occupy the business meeting Beyond a doubt a Louisville man will succeed Judge Shine as Sate President of the order The time between the adjournment of the business meeting and ban quet will be spent by the delegates in renewing old acquaintanceship and in showing the visiting delegates a good time The banquet1 will be held In the dining room of the Willard Hotel at 9 hasrbeen arranged Blue Points Celery Bouillon in Cups Radishes Tomatoesv GiilleIWbitefslia laMainteaom Asparagus Green Peas Punch a la Cardinal Spring Chicken au Cress Shrimp Salad Neapolitan Ice Cream Assorted Cakes Swiss Cheese Wafers CoffeeCigars After the cigars are lighted Newton G Rogers the toastmaster will make u brief address telling why the Hibernians are assembled and will then call upon others present in the following order Good of the Order U Judge M T ShineHibernians of Today Thomas Keel nanThe Catholic Press William M Hig ginsYe Ancient Order of Hibernians James Rogers A Talk John J Barrett Irish Sport Thomas J Dolan These are the only set toasts but it is more than probable that the exState Presidents and otherS who are invited guests will be called upon for impromptu remarks One fact stands fcrth su preme in the State conventions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Only first class men are delegates They must be firstclass men men of ability of energy and men who have the good of the order at heart or else they would never be elected to office In their respective divisions and then the A O H has so many good men that when officers are elected the best are chosen The Kentucky Irish American can vouch for the ability and Integrity of the delegates from the Louisville divisions this year Every man of them is de voted to forwarding the principles of the order Thomas Keenan the present County President of the Jefferson County Board needs no introduction to the IrishAmericans of Louisville He has been an active worker in the A 0 H ranks for about fifteen years He hiss been honored by many positions of trust by the A O H and has always been the right man in the right place Less than six weeks ago he was one of Kentuckys delegates to the Supreme convention at Denver and as customary with him upheld the dignity of his State Mr Keenan is in the undertaking business and by careful attention and gentlemanly bearing built up a prosperous trade He iis in line for promotion to the State Press dency of the A O H He Is always in terested in any movement of the Irish race Thomas J Dolan Presinent Divis ion 1 is a miller in the employ of the Utica Lime Cement Company He has been an active member of the A O H during the past twelve years and e never misses n meeting of his division without good cause It is onlya ques fionof time till he will be further hon ores by the A O H William T Meeban President Division 2 is another hard worker in the ranks He holdsl a respoMible position with Xlauber Son He rarely misses a Meeting of bla division Lawrence J Mwfcey President Division 8 holds a respoarible position in the poetoffice He s is a young mam ofenergy and capability y- n 1 n r a an He will be heart from further in the order John H Hennessy President Di vision 4 is a valued employe of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Com pany and has been active in the order during the past ten years The officers of each division are the delegates to the State convention so that of course Messrs Dolan Meehan Mackey and Hennessy will be prominent figures on the floor at the coming meet ing In addition each one will be sup ported by his subordinate officers all of whom will have an equal voice in debates and every one of them are representative Irishmen and Americans The delegates are in each case the officers of the respective divisions The Louisville delegates are Division 1 Thomas J Dolan Newton G Rogers Mike Tynan Peter J Cusick and John Mulloy Division 2 William T Meeban Con J Ford John J Sullivan John T Keaney and Owen Keiran Division 3Lawrence J Mackey Mike Hoban P T Sullivan William E Burns and George J Butler Division 4John Hennessy Thomas Lynch Thomas Callahan Joseph P Mc Ginn David Rellly and Harry Brady Louisville has furnished many good men to the Ancient Order of Hibernians during the past twentyeight years It was established here in 1874 Of course it has had prosperity and adversity but its members have ever borne in mind the motto Friendship Unity and True Christian Charity This motto has carried them safe through every storm Its county and State officers have always been men of integrity men who had the cause of the Irish people at hear- tCORNERSTONE Of tho New Church at Carroll ton Will Attract Great Crowds The cornerstone of the new church of St John the Evangelist at Carrollton will be laid on Sunday October 5 Right Rev Bishop Maes of Covington will conduct the ceremonies and it is ex pected that Right Rev Bishop Spalding of Peoria will preach the sermon on this occasion The cornerstone laying will attract a great crowd from adjacent towns Cincinnati Covingtbn Newport and Bellevue promises to send more than 400 Among these will be members of the Knights of Columbus Catholic Knights of America Young Mens In stituteandyadousotherCatholicsocinties from Cincinnati Louisville will send the Concordia Singing Society and a large delegation of the local Young Mens In stitute members who had made arrange ments to go to Carrollton before the celebration of the Right Rev Bishop Mc Closkeys jubilee was arranged Rev Father Ahmaun pastor of St Johns church is a busy man these days arranging for the success of the cornerstone laying He has made arrangements for large tents in which the visitors will be given an oldfashioned Kentucky dinner After the solemn ceremonies at Carroll ton Bishop Maes and Bishop Spalding will come to Louisville to take part in the golden jubilee of the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey HIS THIRD TERM FJoseph Herrmann Reelect od President of Sinking Fund Commission F Joseph Herrmann has been re elected President of the Louisville Board of Sinking Fund Commissioners The election took place in the Sinking Fund office last Tuesday afternoon This is the third successive term to which Mr Herrmann has been elected to the Presi dency Mr Herrmanns term as a mem ber of the board expires next month but he will undoubtedly be reelected as a member of the board for another term of three years The Sinking Fund of Louisville is a very important part 6f the gov ernment of the city of Louisville inas much as Into its keeping is consigned the credit of the city During Mr Herr manns term as President of the Sinking Fund the credit of the city has so im proved that there is no trouble in floating the citys bonds and moreover old bonds bearing interest at the rate of 7 per cent have been recalled and bonds bearing 33 per cent interest have been issued in their stead In every part of the country Louisville bonds are better than gold because the people prefer them to gold and a great deal of this is due to the strict integrity and able financiering of Mr HerrmannREEDYCAREY Mr James PReedya well known young attorney and Miss Mary G Carey daughter of former Policeman Nick Carey were United in matrimony at the Cathedral of the Assumption on Wednes day afternoou The news of the mar riage was a surprise to the many friends of both the young people PRIEST BECOMES LEGISLATOR Rev Father D J OSullivan of St Albans City Vermont has been elected to represent his town in the State Legis lature Father OSullivan is the first Catholic priest ever elected to the State Legislature in Vermont He met with strenuous opposition but defeated his opponent ax Mayor Fullerl CSiatthsby- s majority of 364 votes n o tt- I I t r CATHOLIC KNIGHTSI 1 Held a Most Successful State Convention at Frankfort and the Members Strenuously Resisted Encroachments on Sinking Fund i Kentucky is the Only State in Whichjtjfe Order is Showing a Net Gain in Point of Membership arid Finances r Good People of the Capital City United m Making the Sojourn of Visitors Pleasant and Memorable in Every Way tThe Kentucky State Council Catholic Knights of America held its eleventh biennial convention at Frankfort last Tuesday In every respect it was the greatest State convention of Catholic Knights ever held in Kentucky both in number of delegates and representative men The Catholic Knights residing in Frankfort succeeded admirably in enter taining their guests and none left disap pointedIt shown that the Catholic Knights of America have a sinking fund of 650 000 This in Itself was an encouragement to the majority of delegates but there were some who were inclined to make inroads on this sinking fund Their intentions were good no doubt but wiser counsel prevailed and a resolu tion was adopted reccommending to the Supreme Council that the interest on this 650000 and the 5 per cent per capita tax levied annually making in all between 60000 and 70000 be used hereafter in the payment of assessments in excess of twentyfour per annum This resolution was advocated by such well known Knights as W C Smith Ed Neuhaus John Murphy Albert F Mar tin Murty Shea Edward J Hill W T Spalding Joseph Hubbuch Dr J A Averdick Michael Woods and the retir ing State officers Judge M P Shine of Covington ad vocated drawing on the sinking fund itself and made a good argument from his standpoint yet there were others who made better arguments They were sustained Reportsshoveda a past1Jyears were prosperous for the Catholic Knights of America in Kentucky In fact it was shown that they were the two most prosperous years since the estab lishment of the order On all sides praise was heard for the good work per formed by President Michael Reichert Secretary Score Treasurer Rapier and the Central Committee of Louisville TO this committee is attributed the fact that Kentucky stands at the head of the order in America Kentucky is the only State in the Union wherein a net gain of membership has been established during the past two years Every branch in Louisville made gains during the past two years The Louisville delegates the majority of them accompanied by their wives left this city via the Louisville Nashville railroad at 415 oclock Monday after noon and arrived about two hours later The work of the convention began the next morning The delegates assembled at the Church of the Good Shepherd where solemn high mass was sung by Father Thomas S Major of Frankfort as celebrant Father Fitzgerald of Shelbyville and Father ONeil of Lex ington occupied seats within the sanc tuary Appropriate music was rendered by an excellent choir Very Rev Father Bax preached the sermon After the mass the delegates repaired to the Capital Hotel for the business meeting After being called to order by the President Mayor Darnell of Frank fort was introduced and in true Ken tucky style welcomed the visiting dele gates to the capital of the State He said the Catholic Knights had exhibited a marked degree ot superiority over other bodies which had assembled in Frank fort He stated that he was a firm be liever in social and fraternall orders Mayor Darnell said that the string had been taken from the latch and the latch from the door and bade the delegates help themselves President Reichert in response stated that the years 1901 and 1902 would be entered in the annals of the C K of A as fairly successful Its finances were in good shape and quite a large number had been added to the rolls through the in strumentality of the State officers and the Central Committee of Louisville He concluded with a tribute to the ladies present stating that their presence would add much to the success of the conven tion The ladies then retired and were taken charge of by Messrs Joseph and Jerome Wcitiel of the Capital Hotel These two gentlemen took complete charge of the ladies and showed them everything worth seeing in Frankfort The convention at once went into executive session Nick Sullivan of Frankfort was appointed Seageantat= Arms Mr Edward JHiU moved the appointmentt of a committee to invite the clergymen in Frankfort to visit the con vention Edmund Powers of Frankfort and Judge Shine of Covington were appointed pa this committee Roll call skowdaltthe officers present and all except twpbranchea represented President Reichert annaanced the Committee on Credentials M follow WyC Smith a qi h FY S 4f W M Spalding Miss Loufie Fackler S A Noe and John A FuThe com mittee was allowed ten raJnntes to pre pare a report Henry GwToemer Presi dent and delegate from Branch 626 New port moved the appoint nt of a com mittee of three to send g stings to State councils of New York and theI His motion prevailed an jfthe following committee was appointed Henry G Hoemer Sylvester Rapier nd E J Hill On reassembling after a brief recess the special committee calpe In escorting the Rev Fathers Major itzgerald and ONeil Father Major on being Intro duced expressed himself as being in hearty accord with the principles of the C K of A and said he could do all In his power to advance the cause and spoke of the immense atnourijfpf good that could be done under one federation of Catholic societies If Binder separate managements there would be a clashing of interests under one wise head all would be safe He said he was delighted to welcome the visitors t Frankfort Rev Father Fitzgerald J of Shelbyville was next introduced He said be heart Ity appreciated the boner of being in vited to attend the convention He con sidered it an honor to befnthe midst of such good men especially as the Catholic Knights were distinguished among good men Union is the essential the great issue of the day The reverend speaker said that union must highest principles JUt virtue ltYoae 1thK1ifi r T his remarks were applauseRev ONeil of Lexington said only a few words of thanks which were applaudedPresident Reichert in behalf of the delegates thanked the visiting clergy for their words of encouragement- The report of the Committee on Cre dentials was read and the delegates were seated Joseph Hubbuch and E J Hill were appointed on the Finance Commit tee Secretary Score read his report showing a net gain in membership over the last convention Treasurer Rapier read a report of his receipts and disburse ments showing a comfortable balance on hand Letters of regret at being unable to be present were received from W Jaeger Supreme Trustee W Blakesley Supreme Vice President George Fal brick State Secretary of Indiana and P J OConnor Supreme President The letters were read Each and every one expressed the hope that the work of the Kentucky State Council would be suc cessful in every respect The convention adjourned until 2 oclock for dinner On reassembling after dinner the Finance Committee reported that it had examined a number of bills and vouchers and found them correct The expenses of the convention were in the neighbor hood of 500 The Grievance Committees representa tive stated that they had only one com plaint and that was that the delegates were to remain such a short time in FrankfortSupreme Delegates Veeneman and McGinn reported the action taken on the recommendations submitted from Ken tuckyConsiderable debate took place on a resolution to instruct supreme delegates to vote for a law to take all assessments over twentyfour out of the sinking fund of 650000 Judge M P Shine of Cov ington madea strong speech in favor of this resolution and urged that the Supreme Delegates be instructed to vote SupremeCouncilCouncilW Smith of Louisville and Dr Averdick of Covington opposed in vig orous terms the touching of the sinking fund The latter stated that the Cathy lie Knights of America stands high in the fraternal world lie stated that the sinking fund was the foundation and bulwark of the Catholic Knights of America Col FrankSpeckert of Louisville made a humorous speech on the subject which was well received An amendment to pay the extra assessments from the Interest of the sinking fund was offered Judge Shine advocated the use of the sinking fund if necessary in an effort to insure a large increase in membership among the young Edward J Hill of Louisville offered an amendmeat allowing he sinking fund to remain as it is with the pro visa that hereafter all moneys collected go to the payment of assessments and if not sufficient extra assessments be ordered Judge Shine offered aaaateadaient in tended to stop increasing tine resources of the sinking fund awl that swsh resources i n N qSI and interest be applied to the payment of assessments over twentyfour was adoptedA to establish permanent headquarters in Louisville was rejected A proposition to levy a State per capita tax of five cents to establish a fund to give prizes fifty dollars to the branch showing the largest increase the same I theII opposed by prevailedA allowing any member when he becomes unable to pay an assessment to have his assessment paid by any accepted party who may become a party beneficiary thereto was referred to the State representatives to the Supreme Council- A proposition to limit the age of ladies eligible for membership from eighteen to fortyfive years was adopted on condi tion they pay the same assessment as the menA communication from Anthony Matre of the American Federation of Catholic Societies asked the indorsement of the Catholic Knights of America who pledged their undivided support Su preme Secretary Carroll sent greetings which were received and filed Rev Father flax urged that provision be made for the protection of the aged and disabled members who for twenty five years have paid into the sinking fund Al Martin moved that the amounts thus received be taken from the assess lostsA iii ofgAmerica in Kentucky attend mass at St Johns church in Louisville on March 13 1903 in honor of the fiftieth anniversary of Father Boxs ordination was passed without a dissenting vote Father Bax expressed his thanks in a brief address By unanimous vote the delegates to the Supreme Council were instructed to vote against any change in the laws that would affect the terms of Supreme officers Delegates Averdick Hill and Murphy were appointed a committee to draft resolutions of thanks to Mayor Dar nell Branch 83 and the generoushearted citizens of Frankfort for favors received Messrs Neuhaus Al Martin and W C Smith were appointed tellers of the elec tion which was then entered upon The election was spirited throughout but was conducted in a friendly manner It re sulted as follows Spiritual DirectorVery Rev L Bax PresidentHarry Veeneman Vice President Edmund Powers of Frankfort by acclamation SecretaryJohn J Score TreasurerSylvester Rapier Supreme DelegatesMichael Reichert and Joseph P McGinn Newport was chosen as the next city for the State convention Very Rev Father Bax Installed the new officers and the convention ad journed The social side of the State Council of the Catholic Knights of America held this week was a most enjoyable feature The Frankfort people certainly know how to entertain In fact the art of en tertaining is as natural to a Frankfort man or woman as politics is to all Ken tuckUns Certainly the Catholic Knights and ladies who visited Frankfort have had every evidence of this The Louts rifle delegates left Louisville via the Louisville Nashville railroad at 415 oclock last Monday afternoon Accom panying the delegates were the following ladies Mesdames Joe Hubbuch Edward J Hill Harry A Veenemarf William M Higgins and Miss Louise Fackler all of Louisville and Miss Rapier of New Haven Ky The train reached Frank fort at 630 oclock A reception committee from the Frankfort branch of the Catholic Knights of America met the Louisville party at the depot and escorted the visitors to the Capital Hotel where the Witzel brothers proprietors had prepared an elegant supper The visitors all had an appetite after their brisk even ing ride through the Bluegrass region and they certainly appreciated that supper But the visitors were not allowed to rest even then They were escorted to the Young Mena Institute Hall where the Frankfort Y MI boys had prepared a little snrprse for them The guests were seated at tables faraUbed with decks of cards and in less time than it takes to tell Its game of euchre was in progress The members of the Y MI who had this little surprise in charge were W C Newman Chairman John Lutkemeier John Dolan Will Olberiaan Victor Laughlla John R SowerW A Downey arid John P Hanley After the game of euchre the visitors u c ri v f were delightfully entertained with several numbers by Misses Mary and Maggie Gibbons and Miss Mary Walters The Gibbons girls are daughters of James F Gibbons a well known business man of Frankfort and are musical prodigies Messrs Louis Schroff and John Madigan with mandolin and guitar also accompanied the young ladies at the piano Between the musical numbers refresh ments were served and it was midnight before the visitors were allowed to retire Bright and early Tuesday morning the Reception Committee was on handagain to escort the delegates and their ladies to the Church of the Good Shepherd one of the most beautiful little churches in the State Then after the formal wel coming of the delegates and ladies to the city Mr Joseph Weitzel John Heeney and Mrs Heeney and several other Frankfort ladies took charge of the lady visitors and showed them through the city They visited the Feebleminded Institute the penitentiary the State House the Executive Mansion the beau tiful cemetery on the hills overlooking the Kentucky river and saw everything worth seeing in the Capital City In the evening came the piece de resistance the banquet at which 150 guests sat down The dining room of the Capital Hotel in which the banquet was held had been tastefully decorated for the occasion After a blessing had been invoked by the Rev Father Major the guests dis cussed an elaborate menu Gov Beckham was Introduced as the first speaker He responded to the toast Governorthe honor of addressing such a repre sentative body of Catholic ladies and gentlemen made a brief address on Kentucky He spoke of its mineral wealth its possibilities and of its people He told how trivial occurrences in Ken tucky were magnified by the press of other States but that the people were living down these calumnies lIe con cluded by calling Kentucky the Ireland ofAmericaMiss Fackler of Louisville was introduced and expressed a very pretty sentiment on Knighthood in Kentucky Very Rev Father flax re sponded to the toastliThe Catholic Citizen He said in brief that a man could not bt a good Catholic unless he was a good citizen and urged all Catho lics to become better Catholics and thereby better citizens Judge M P Shine of Covington responded to the toastThe Catholic Knight He recounted in brief the history of the order and told of the good work done by the relievinghedistress Dr J A Averdick of Covington made the hit of the evening in responding to the toast The Medical Profession He stated that physicians were not all out for sordid gain Many of them healed and tended the sick for little or no compensation The highest reward some of them even got but it was never theless most appreciated because it came from the heart was a God bless you doctor from some poor man or woman whose ailments had been relieved W C Smith of Louisville responded ably to the toast Our Guests The Press was responded to by George A Lewis of Frankfort who was neither a member of the order nor a Catholic but he stated he was glad to be with them He commended the knights for what they represented fraternity and benevo lence He stated that the fraternal organization that followed the precepts of the church could not go wrong there fore it must be the best By this time the night was far advanced the banquet closed and the guests retired On Wednesday morning the visitors were again the recipients of every atten tion on behalf of the Frankfort people until they departed for home on their respective trainsIThe committee of Frankfort Catholic Knights who made arrangements for the reception and entertainment of the visitors was made up as follows James F Gibbons Chairman William ODon nell James Sower James Heeney Charles J Weitzel William Wandhler and Nicholas A Sullivan But in addition to the above named gentlemen the visitors were the recipients of many acts of courtesy from Mayor Darnell John Meagher J J Brislan John Dolan James Newman and John Wiun tne latter an old Louis ville boy and the Weitzel brothers of the Capital hotel To sum it up it will be a long time before the Louisville visitors forget the Kentucky hospitality extended by the good people of Frankfort CLOCK IS READY A handsome clock has been especially designed and constructed for the tower of St Boniface church The clock is don- Ated to the church by the congregation as a memorial of the silver jubilee of Rev Paul Alf O F M It will be placed in the tower in time for the jubilee celebration September 21 The clock isa masterpiece and was constructed by Powell Haus of St Louis MISS WALSH MADE A HIT Miss Lizzie Walsh Superintendent of the primary department of the Louisville public schools gave a successful series of lectures at paducah last week to the teachers of McCracken county The Padncah Register states that the lectures gave great satisfa UonMiss Walsh is a newspaper writer as well as an educator Anything she does she doss well To use an expression of a school teacher Shetteackealike Taanehtli plays hall eke pui her heart and sent id it1 n I Yx UREAPROGRESS Is Doing Made In Arrangements For the Bishops Golden Jubilee ijI Distinguished Churchmen 1ff the Country Have BeenJ rfl q Invited oj ffP Laymen Expect to Have atLeast 10000 Men in the Dig ParadeC- OHITTEEIiEN k ARE ENTHUSIASTIC I The arrangements for appropriately celebrating the golden jubilee of the ordination of the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey are progressing satisfactorily Subcommittees of the clergy and lay men are meeting daily The general committee of the clergy met at the Cathedral Monday and re ported that arrangements were gradually being perfected for the reception and entertainment of the visiting Arch bishops Bishops and priests The committee on invitations of which Rev Father White is Chairman has sent in Dishopinnence Cardinal Gibbons It is not known definitely how many willattend The meeting of the general committee of the laymen was held at St Francis Hall last Thursday night Mr Michael J Duffy presiding The minutes of Ute previous meeting were read and approved On roll call it was found that ten congregations were not represented although all but two congregations have accredited representatives Dr Frank S Clark was reccomended by Frank Geher to represent St Aloysius church and Jacob Oligschlager to represent St Brigids church Secretary Doyle was instructed to notify these gentlemen and ask their cooperation Frank A Geher Chairman of the Finance Committee reported that his committee had three plans by which a purse of 1000 might be raised and pre sented to the Bishop One was to take churchesanotheri gations according to the number oftfamilies the third was to sell the buttons bearing Bishop McCloskeys picture at twentyfive cents each instead of at ten cents each After a general discussion in which Joe Conk lin E G Hill John Silberg Edward J OBrien and Right Rev Monsignor Bouchet took part the plan of assessing each congregation was adopted and the price of the buttons will remain at ten cents each as originally proposed- J J Caffrey Chairman of the Press Committee reported progress for his committee Edward G Hill Chairman of the Committee on Badges reported that his committee had ordered 10000 buttons Edward J OBrien Chairman of the Committee on Arrangements stated that his committee had asked John J Schulten on behalf of the com mittee to invite Chief of Police Cunther with his aids and a platoon of mounted police to ride at the head of the laymens parade on October 5 that the Knights of St John on that day be divided into two y battalions one to assemble at St An thonys church Twentythird an Market there to be joined by the members of Our Ladys St Cecilias and St An thonys congregations and thence to proceed to St Patricks Sacred Heart church and other churche along the line of march until Fifth and Broadway was reached The second battalion is to meet at St Martins Shelby and Gray where it will be joined by East End congregations and then march down Broadway to Fifth where all the congregations in the city will unite The route of the parade after forming at Fifth and Broadway will be in Fifth to Jefferson thence to First street thence to Market to Eighth to Jefferson to the Court House where the parade will disband It is planned to have the parade leave Fifth and Broadway at 3 oclock sharp Mr OBrien for his committee also recommended that the pastors of the various congregations precede their respective people in open carriages How ever Father Bouchet said the clergy would not want to ride in carriages and that provision for them would be made on the reviewing stand No action was fakeu the matter being referred back to the clergy for a final decision John McQuese and Tony MontedonicOj Sr were appointed a special committee to see that a reviewing stand for the Bishop and invited guests was erected in front of the Cathedral City Assessor Daniel F Murphy was appointed chairman of the committee oa invitations The meeting then adjourned till next Thursday night vREMOVAL OP A LANDMARK The work of tearing down the old St Boniface church on Green street aeaf progressduringi compl tedlhna is another landmark of more than half a century gone As soon as the debris can be cleaned y the site of the old church will be tras paroChlal I c xkxaSBi1 Li ITCHY AliIE1ZI0Alt KENTUCKY IRISH fUEKIGfW Bevoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans ILLXAloI M XXXOGEKS p1bUber c9 SUBSCRIPTION PRICEi ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SIMILE COPYtgc Butercd at the Louisville Postofflco as SecondClass Matter udliu all C01llm lllaUonl to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qreen Street r m88gfpaSI TRADES COUNCIL igigESng 1902LOUI SILLY BIGOTRY The reports of the Rome corre spondents to the London papers are notoriously false often ridiculous and the latest is silly The Rome correspondent of the London Daily Chronicle states that a well known ecclesiastic has presented a remarkable petition to the Pope in the interests of civilized society and the honor of religion in Italy requesting the Pope to grant plenary indulgence to all priests or monks who shall wash themselves daily with extra partial indulgence to those shaving regularly at least three times a week during a speci I fied period In the Italian seminaries and monastic novitiates the traditional sanctity of dirt still holds sway Inmost of them soap hair brush and looking glass are worldly luxuries excluded by rule and the clerics emerging therefrom perpetuate the tradition The Pope on occasions has evinced annoyance at the un kempt condition of monks who have come in close contact with his august person The only thing remarkable about this is the extreme of prevari cation to which bigoted hate has brought that correspondent unless it be that we may include the stupid credulity of readers who affect to believe it possibly true Every onewho knows anything of Catholic religious orders and insti tutions is aware that their most i vigorous and irrevocable rule is that regarding cleanliness of person and premises and their immaculate cleanliness is the one thing above all else that is noticed and com mented on by all visitors Not only is this true of the Catholic religious orders and their institu tions in this or any other one country but in all countries of the world Italy not excepted for these orders and institutions are governed by universal general rules the world over no matter where located The cleanliness thorough regulation and management of Catholic institutions and neatness and rigid propriety of Catholic religious is proverbial everywhere The lazy dirty monk and the dingy monastry only exist in the imagina tion of the bigot or the malice of renegadeAnd be a stupid well known ecclesiastic who would present such a petition to the Pope suggesting such a remedy The heal of the offending religious order is the proper authority with whom to file complaint and the dereliction would be promptly suppressed not by indulgence but by penitential sacrifices and deeds even including a daily wash and a triweekly shave Then finally the correspondent- is off in his interpretation and pur prse of an indulgence that is he differs from those of his class AntiCatholics have always insisted that an indulgence was a per mission to commit offenses and granted in return for donationsor other service to the church authori tiesnot as a reward for good deeds and sacrifices Sometimes however a perpetual liar belies himself gets tangled reveals his perversity and truth is finally vindicated 7 LABOR IN ENGLAND Frequently newspapers and speakers hold up the English workman and his condition as models for the American labor unions to strive for Whatever their motive the real labor conditions and the fact that labor union have no legal status are never alluded to but that fact crops out occasionally and reveals the ancient system of master and inau still in vogue Labor organizations are tolerated merely as associations but the labor organ ization has no freedom of action as in this country and when failing to induce employers to concede requests they leave employ or strike they are liable to punish ment for conspiracy For some time there has been a controversy between operators and miners in Doncaster and recently the union miners went on a strike Last week 317 union miners were adjudged guilty of conspiracy to quit work without giving notice to the operator and fined 40 each which they must payor go to prison The officers of the union who ordered the strike are to be tried on the charge of conspiracy to interfere with the working of the mines and have also been sued by the operators for the loss en tailed by stoppage of work Judg ment against them means long terms of imprisonment for im prisonment for debt is still in force in England and as it is not likely they can pay the losses claimed by the operators they will have to serve it out in prison This explains why there are few labor strikes in England as is often asserted but the reason is quite different from that given by those who claim that industrial condi tions in England are better for the workmen than in this country Neither in England nor elsewhere is the condition of the workmen the hours of labor the rate of wages the rights accorded the in dividual and labor unions to be compared with the United States statements of newspapers and theo rists to the contrary notwith standing AMERICAN SHIPBUILDING British shipbuilders are coming to realize that their day of suprem acy and monopoly in furnishing the worlds shipping is over and a period of depression for them as compared with unusualactivity elsewhere marks the beginning of their end The general dullness and falling off of British trade has cut off the home demand for new ships and the foreign demand formerly supplied by the British is going elsewhere Norway with the advantage of timber is taking contracts for wooden vessels for coast trade Germany furnishes the larger freight carrying ships and the United States is on the way to monopolize the building of the fine and fast passenger ships The shipbuilders of these countries are rushed with work and will have to increase their capacity to fill new orders And nearly all the ships they are building are for parties who up to recently were patrons of the British shipbuilders The Brit understandIthe real cause for this advantages of material and fuel new and advanced machinery and methods and workmen skilled up to date This enables them to furnish better work in a shorter time cheaper and with a larger profit than the Britishers with their old ways of doing things So Great Britain is losing her largest industryship buildingand in addition to carrying coals to Newcastle may in due time have to send to other coun tries to have her ships built ANOTHER STORM BREWING A Storm is brewing in South Africa The loyal Dutch volun teers who aided England in con quering their brethren theBoers- arediMppolnte4becauaet they are C not given attention and favors now that the war is over They are protesting that while the Govr ernment is doing nothing for them every consideration is given the former rebels and if the terms of the treaty are thus carried out the rebels will control the Colonial Government when formed and the loyalists will thus be subjected to rebel rule Unless Secretary Cham berlain can pacify the loyalists they may resist even revolt Then the Boers as representatives of the Government may prove their loy alty to treaty obligations by whip ping the loyalists into submitting to British rule in South Africa which they fought against their kith and kin to maintain and ex tend Such a condition is more than likely before real peace in South Africa is secured and it would be a well deserved retribu tion to the loyal Dutch CEAD TULLE FIALTHE The Ancient Order of Hibernians in Kentucky will hold their bien nial convention in this city tomor row This noble order of Irishmen and IrishAmericans deserves well of the Irish people It has stood the brunt of battle for the Irish race in every State in America Members of the order are doing good everywhere When other Irish so cieties arose and fell the Ancient Order moved steadily onward and upward Why Because the motto of its members has ever been Unity Fraternity and True Chris tian Charity Charity is akin to Godliness and men who extend the hand of charity are doing the work of God For a period of twenty eight years the Ancient Order of Hibernians hade been doing a good work in Kentucky particularly in Louisville where the order has grown and flourished No one can estimate the good that has been done right here in Louisville by members of the order and when the delegates assemble here tomor row every true Irishman and woman should bid them a hundred thousand welcomes Welcome them in the beautiful line of that poet patriot Thomas Davis Come in the evening or come in the morning Come when youre looked for or come without warning Kisses and welcome youll find here belore you And the oftener you come here the more Ill adore you England is adhering closely to the terms of the treaty with the Boers regarding prisoners of war and provides transportation for the Boers to return to South Africa but refuses such aid to the foreign prisoners principally Americans Irish and Germans These though released and free to leave the prison camps can not do so be cause lacking means for transpor tation The Irish and German societies of New York and Eastern cities and the German Government have provided means for the Irish and Germans leaving only the Americans This matter should be brought to the attention of the proper authorities at Washington and there is no doubt they would be furnished transportation to their homes There are other heroes than those of war A man named Bechert of Passaic N J em ployed in the country was stricken with smallpox Fearful that others might contract the disease he warned his fellowworkmen refused to permit them to minister to him Though he had money and a rail road pass he walked alone thirteen miles across country avoidingpub- lic roads Reaching the outskirts of Passaic he hailed a passerby and sent word to the health officers remaining isolated in the woods till taken to the pesthouse The exertion and exposure of his journey aggravated his case and he may die If he recovers he should be awarded a medal if he dies he deserves a monument The Catholic Knights of America in Kentucky have just reason to be proud of their order The reports made at the State Council during the present week showed- that Kentucky is the only State In Q II 0 n JP H J kIdI which a net gain has been made not only in membership but in a financial way Then too the dele gates were all able men and dis cussed affairs of the order in a businesslike manner If there were differences of opinion they were honest differences and the will of the majority prevailed In every case the minority accepted the ruling with good grace and the convention concluded with general good feeling prevailing The majority of the delegates did well to oppose the proposed encroach ments in the Sinking Fund Keeping this fund intact has made the Catholic Knights of America the most stable fraternal order in this country When a mining company refuses to recognizekorganized labor and for years has blacklisted opposed and made war on union labor causing bloodshed and hardship for which it has been declared un fair and its product ordered by the highest labor authorities through out the country to be boycotted as scab coal by all friends of organ ized labor then it seems a trifle queer to us that a labor paper in its special Labor day edition should advertise suet scab coal for the patronage of labor unionists John Barry editor of the New Haven Echo and recently elected Kentuckys delegate to the Su preme Council of the Y M I in his issue of September 5 paid the Kentucky Irish American a high compliment which we hasten to assure him is highly appreciated If there were more editors in Ken tucky like John Barry Kentucky journalism would soon attain a I higher plane We dont know what kind of a Catholic lady it is that advertises to correspond with some gentleman with a view to matri mony but we are inclined to think her religious and moral train ing have been neglected or at least in vain INJ11311ORIAM Dedicated to the Late Most Rev Dr Croke Archbishop of Cashet County TIpperary Ireland Not dead not dead I our great high priest the true the noblehearted To heavens eternal home of rest his spirit hath departed Poor Erin weeps till her full heart is every fiber aching At this sad solemn long farewell this lonely last leavetaking Not dead not dead our peerless priest though our sad tears are falling Yet hearts beat high amid those tears his lustrous life recalling His hero heart his giving hand his life long firm endeavor To right the wrpng that crushed his land shall be forgottennever not deadl not dead our patriot priest with starlike genius gifted In whose brave hand his countrys flag was kept uplifted Whose dauntless heart kept onward still when craven souls were flying Whose voice had more than magic ring his countrys foes defying Not dead not dead His name shall live in Erins tearstained story And many a page shall brightly gleam with royal Cashels glory The light we loved shall still shine on in all its stainless spendor Embalmed in Irish hearts with love the truest and most tender Not dead not dead Our sainted priest in the long fight victorious Is safe within the better land He reigns all crowned and glorious Where every pain shall be repaid with overflowing measure The Lord of all hath given him of GMs eternal treasure Not dead not dead Our shepherd true his spirit watches over us His memory Dike a living lamp shall light the path before us His prayer at Marys hallowed throne the martyr queen of sorrow Shall plead his martyr islands cause for a bright and better morrow Not dead not dead Our prelate grand how glorious his awakening Mid welcomes from the victors band in rapture round him breaking Another saint from Erins land that land that faltered never And Erins God had welcomed him to His own home for everT TOBIN A 0 H LECTURE Rev Father Joha Kelly O pwln deliver a lecture before the Ancient Order of Hibernians and friends of the members at Hibernian Hall on the evening of September 29 Father Kelly is a grace fat speaker and will speak on a subject dear to every Irish heart Thia note of black iis very insistent and while black velvet ribboa h still used in great qtaantitlee the scarf or sashof blaokgawe or tulle k more cliic- HfKM UbanUjWM a rJ Y 1 Y- f aF L SOCIETY Mr and Mrs Edward Driscoll are vis iting In Jeffersonville Miss Maggie Campion is visiting places of interest in the East Mr and Mrs Edward Driscoll have returned from Chicago Miss Margaret A Flaherty is in New York on a business trip Mrs James Gardener is visiting Mrs V E Stone of Leitchfield John J Barrett has spent the past week visiting friends in Cincinnati Mrs P F Coleman is spending a few weeks at Sweet Sulphur Springs Mrs OConnor of Elizabethtown visited Louisville friends this week Mrs Isabel Breslin and Miss Gertrude Breslin have returned from Niagara Falls Miss Mary OSullivan returned home Monday after a trip to several Eastern cities Mrs John Purcell has gone to Ludlow Ky to visit her sister Mrs George Brown Mrs John T Malone and her children will return from Bay View Mich on Monday Miss Annie Stephens was last week the guest of her aunt Mrs Peter Clark at New Haven Mrs George Rogers Corwin of Buffalo N Y is the guest of Dr and Mrs Hal pin OReilly Miss Annabel Cunningham and Miss Alice Hickey have returned from a visit to New York Mrs Carmee Mahoney has returned home after a visit to friends at Lebanon and New Haven Mrs F J Buttimer of Newcastle Ky is visiting Miss Nell Durning of 1315 Nineteenth street Miss Katherine OConnor has returned from Indianapolis after a pleasant visit to Mrs James Keenan Miss MoA Connors and her niece Miss Murphy have returned from a business trip in the East Miss Della Greenwell has returned to her home at New Haven after a short visit with friends here Miss Ella Kavanaugh has returned after a months visit to her sister Mrs Michael Tracy in New York City Thomas Joyce the well known marble cutter was among those from this city visiting friends at New Haven last Sun day Thomas Keenan went to Notre Dame Ind Monday to install his son Thomas Keenan Jr in the university of that place Col M Muldoon and his daughters the Misses Anita and Hannah have returned from a delightful visit to the Adirondacks Miss Elizabeth Morgan of Paducah who has been visiting friends in this city during the past six weeks will return home tomorrow Brother Celestine formerly James Cas sin who has been visiting in this city for the past three weeks returned to Notre Dame last week Judge Matt ODoherty and wife and niece Miss Josephine Kelly have re turned after a delightful trip to Boston and other Eastern cities Miss Hester S Stephens who has been spending the summer in Nelson county with her aunt Mrs Peter Clark is ex pected to return to her home in this city today Mrs Owen Keiran and her son Eddie have returned home after a pleasant visit to Memphis Tenn While there they were the guests of Mr and Mrs J P Keiran Mr Frank OSullivan of the Sieb Shoe Company who has been ill at his home 1100 Sixth street for the last week is we are happy to say recover ing and promises to be Out in a few days Val Leister left for Little Rock Ark Thursday night to bring home Mrs Leister and their little Son Theodore who have spent a month visiting Mrs Leisters aunt They will return early next week Miss Ida Heinig East Breckinridge street has returned to this city from Twin Caves Ky where she has beeu spending the summer She is now visit ing her aunt Mrs J Simonis 2510 Port land avenue Miss Agnes Sweeney and Mr George L Sales were united in matrimony in the parlors of the Sacred Heart rectory on Tuesday evening Mrs Sales is the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs Richard Sweeney Mrs Margaret Ford the mother of Lawrence Ford of Jeffersonville while visiting friends at Sellersburg this week fell and fractured her right leg She is retting as comfortablyas possible under the circumstances Misses Mamie Weiseenberg Lillle Lauer and Stella Flanagan three popu lar Louisville girls spent the past week at Frankfort the guests of Mrs R W Dehoney who entertained quite exten sively In their honor r Dennis Minogue and Misa Mary Car penter were married at St Pauls church on Wednesda afternoon The groom k an employe of the Louisville Nash villa Rallioad Company The bride iti f y 4 t CarpenterTheSt Louis C Walter Morgan of Kansas City is visiting his parents in this city He formerly resided here but moved to Kansas City where he has made a suc cess at the insurance business Before he left this city he was prominent in Young Mens Institute circles being President of Satolli Council Mrs Teresa Jansen of 2504 Griffith avenue and Miss Nannie Morgan have arrived home from an extended European trip These Louisville ladies were in London during the coronation ceremonies and were also located at the same hotel as the Shah of Persia Both ladies are delighted with their trip Miss Isabelle Marie Scanlan and Hugh Jackson Mann will be united in matrimony at St Mary Magdalens church at 4 oclock in the afternoon October 15 Miss Scanlan is the charming and ac complished daughter of Mr and MrsI Edward Scanlan Mr Mann is con nected with a big hardware firm in St Louis The friends of Miss Mary Belle Cronan and G W Stout were pleasantly sur prised last week by the announcement that the couple had been married on August 19 Rev Father B A Cunning ham performed the ceremony Mr Stout is an employe of the Jefferson County Brick Company The bride is the daughter of Mrs Belle Cronan of 1308 West Wal nut street George A Lantz Grand Secretary of the Young Mens Institute Kentucky Jurisdiction and Frank A Lenz Past Grand Secretary of the Young Mens Institute visited Carrollton Sunday and took part in the initiation of six new members into St Georges Council 577 recently established there The same council will initiate eight more members on September 21 City Tax Receiver James B Brown and Miss Elizabeth R Kennedy were married at Mrs Heffernans summer home Beech month at 11 oclock Tuesday morning Only a a few friends witnessed the ceremony which was performed by the Rev E L Powell Mr Brown is well known in Louisville His bride is the daughter of Mrs S A Kennedy Mr and Mrs Brown will spend their honeymoon in the East The announcement of the engagement of Elmore Sherman and Miss Lulie Ewering has just been made The cere mony will take place October 15 Rev Father White will perform the ceremony Mr Sherman is a popular young man and is also a very successful business man being connected with Hoffman Ahlers Co The bride is the charming and gifted daughter of William Ewering of Clifton Paul Weitzel of Frankfort and Miss Nellye Geary of Lexington were mar ried in St Pauls Catholic church Lex ington at 9 oclock Tuesday morning Miss Eugenia ODay of Lexington was maid of honor and Percy Haley of Frankfort was the best man The bride is the daughter of Capt and Mrs John Geary of Lexington The groom is one of the well known Weitzel brothers who conduct the Capital Hotel at Frankfort Charles Raidy a well known letter carrier and Second Vice President of Mackin Council Y M I and Joseph Erb another popular lettercarrier have returned home after a trip of ten days the greater part of which was divided between Indianapolis and Chicago Mr Raidy attended a meeting of Lafayette Council Y M I Chicago during his visit and was extended every possible courtesy Both he and Mr Erb have been greatly benefited by their brief vacation Quite a surprise was caused in the West End Saturday last when it became known that Richard J Whitty and Louise Katherine Baker were married on that morning The ceremony took place at St Charles Borromeo church Rev Father Raffo officiating Mr and Mrs Whitty left at once for Denver Col They will return October 7 Mr Whitty is manager of a department in the Big Store His bride is the daughter of Mrs Mary K Baker and is a most charming young woman They have the best wishes of a host of friends In the presence of a large number of friends the marriage of Daniel J Hen nessy and Miss Annie Sullivan was solemnized at St Brigids church at 6 oclock last Wednesday morning Miss Abbie Hennessy and Miss Abbie Chester were the maids of honor and Messrs John Ridge and John Sullivan were the ushers After the wedding the bridal party were given a breakfast at the home of the brides parents 1120 Hepburn avenue At 730 oclock Mr and Mrs Hennessy left for Atlantic City and other points carrying with them the good wishes of many friends Mr and Mrs John Bishop were given a reception Sunday afternoon and even lag by their parents Mr and Mrs Al Bishop The guests were Messrs and Mesdames Al Bishop Charles Bishop Fred Knobloch Robert Carpenter Fred Docrman Sam Cowling of New Albany Al Doll August Gross J Steinart John Bishop J Justi Mesdames Smith of New Albany Greamer of Jeffersonville and Fitch Misses Nellie Kinney Rose Shea Mollie Scannell Theresa Price Margaret Conroy Ellinora Gross Mollie Lilly and Norma Keiran Messrs Owen Keiran Joe Kruse Joe Herbst George Schilling Ed Bremer Theodore Doll Al Fisher Al Bishop Robert Doll and Brother Grow Wily DILLON SMILES George F Dillon the well known Street Supervisor was busy this week re ceiving the congratulations of his friends over the arrival of a flee boy Mother and child are doing well and the father ia happy lI J i kf 1 J IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORY Aa IiD- IVISION S 1 Meets TuesdayDolanViceRogersRecordingFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank street TreasurerJohn Mnlloy DIVISION 2 Meets Thursday MeehanVice SuUivanFinancial1335 Rogers street Treasurer Owen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets Mondayevenings MackeyVice SullivanFinancial350 Nineteenth street TreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets Wednesday HennessyVice LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 615 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerHarry Brady DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE- Meets on 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Louisville Ky LOST HIS LIFE In Attempting to Protect the Property of His Em ployers Andrew Conley a well known young IrishAmerican diedat his fathers residence i 2208 Griffith avenue at 3 oclock Tuesday afternoon as a result of injuriesI isan IndianapolBrewing hh ment in this city on the morning of September 1 Conley was employed by the brewing company as a driver and when the fireI broke out he hastened to the scene to protect the property and to rescue the horses He succeeded in rescuing the horses but in so doing inhaled theI flames He was carried to the open air by firemen and everything possible wasII done for bis relief He lingered in agony until death summoned him on Tuesday j He was the son of Andrew and Mrst Mary Conley and was tweatyfive years I of age The funeral took place from S Thursdaymorning ty 150 INDIANAPOLIS AND KETURN it 5fcj I Big Four Route Sunday September 14 special train leaves Seventh str seut 1 Union depot at 8 oclock a m Return ing train leaves Indianapolis Union de t dtyticketofticedept SGatfll qenr4AgeM- a 0 IRELAND IRecord of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Earl of Dudley as Lord Lieutenant of Ireland will make his State entry into Dublin on Thursday September 25 Mr Ralph Nash solicitor B C has been engaged canvassing for the Mayor alty of Limerick for 1903 Mr Michael Donnelly B C is also a candidate George Ellis Tower View terrace Limerick died of typhoid in Limerick This is the first victim of the epidemi- No fresh cases were reported on Satu- day A meeting will shortly be held in Dublin to inaugurate a fund to aid the fight of the United Irish League in Tipperary Only Tipperary men will be asked to contributeThe brigade is at work on the De Freyne esttte in Roscommon t appears as if landlordism is trying t complete the depopulation of that beautiful i county 1An exhibition of County Mayo industries was held in Lord Lucans demesn- near Castlebar County Mayo The attendance was large and fashionable andl the weather was fine Thomas Nevins the American million aire died suddenly at his residence Mountshannon County Limerick form erly the seat of the Earl of Clare The deceased gentleman was sixtyfive yearsI of ageThe Connaught Feis was held in Gal gatherIngeveningla programme of Irish items was renderedThe of the charge against Mr Denis Kilbride for inciting to murder was continued at Athlone and resulted in the magistrates being equally divided Mr Kilbride was admitted to a bail in a personal surety of lBOO and two others of l250 each The Months Memory for the late Most Rev Dr Croke Archbishop ofF Cashel was celebrated in the Cathedral Thurles on Monday Cardinal Moran preached an eloquent panegyric of tb prelate The attendance of Bishops and priests was very large BalhUna took place at his mothers resi dence Ballina at the age of twentynine years The deceased who was a com mercial traveler well known in the four provinces represented some high class firms His death is deeply regretted Eleven farmers were charged at Tern plemore Town Court by the police in thei name of Mr Kielly clerk to the Urban Council for riotous behavior The Coun cil repudiatedall connection with the prosecution and the trial was adjourned r thyq A Derry telegram reports a sad double burning fatality at Eunistown Count Donegal the victims being Mary Cooke a woman of the peasant class and her infant child The deceased woman was subject to epileptic fits and it is supposed that she fell across the fire with the baby while her friends were at war in the fields For next years Lord Mayoralty we understand says the Dublin Indepen- ant there are three candidates in the field The present Lord Mayor Mr Harrington it is stated may seek a third year of office while the other candidates mentioned are Aid Dowd and Mr Little T C The Conservative party putforwardThe White Star steamer Cedric which is the largest vessel in the world was launched at Messrs Harland and Wolff yard Belfast The Cedrics register 21000 tons her length is 700 feet her deptisi modation is provided for 3000 passengers and a crew of 350 She will be ready for the Atlantic service during the autumn Intelligence has reached Cashel of a shooting affair which is said to have occurred at Rosegreen A young man named Patrick Maher who was in the late Colonel Friends employment was engaged in shooting rabbits on the lqn s of Mr Hughes of Anusgift during the early hours of Thursday morning and was discovered by a man named Leahy who is in Mr Hughes employment Maher fled and was pursued by Leahy and when nearing Maher the latter Iis said to have turned round and fired at Leahy wounding him in the ear Maher was brought before Mr Darby Scully P who remanded him to next Cube petty sessions The Department of Agriculture and Technical Instruction for Ireland have forwarded to the Limerick County Council the draft scheme for technical educa tion in that county drawn up by the departments inspector as the result ofI interview with the Technical Ednca tion Committee The main idea of the scheme is to provide in snitable districts r by means of itinerant teachers instrnc tion in manual work for boys domestic basketmakingforgs I fairly feasible one and admirably adapted for a tentative effort iu the direction of I technical education in the rural districts It will be considered and if agreed to approved at a special meeting of the i County Council on Saturday t A sad boating accident occurred at Skerries on Saturday night It that about 12 oclock on Saturday night toneIpher Wilde took a boat from ute harbo without permission and proceeded for a I row When they had got some Distance the boat suddenly capsized between Collieps awltm i wart heard w ut40clo yesterday n t L r 1tt Z tt1 I morning by a priest who hastened out to his assistance and rescued him from a watery grave He was almost unconscious when the priest reached him The other two men held on to the boat which drifted towards Shinny Island Phillips overcome with ex r haustion dropped off and was drowned Wilde reached the island and at low water waded back to Skerries about oclock on Sunday morning The coast guards searched all around the island o Sunday and at 8 oclock the same night they found Phillips body near the island 1 in about two feet of water The de ceased was aged nineteen and was engaged as a stonecutter in the quarry at Skerries i ERINrFrom All Over the Country Will Attend the Boston Convention ItThe Boston Central branch of the- o United Irish League theparent branch of Irelands national organization held the first of its fall meetings last Tuesday night Vice President Curran presided OCallaghaneread his report showing that since the establishment of this the first branch of the United Irish League in America the members of this branch alone had raised 0500 Of this 4000 has been sent to Ireland 1000 had been used in getting up Irish meetings 1000 in spreading the light by means of the and tib00tour of William Redmond M P and Joseph Devlin M P fromkLeague was read This address referred to the approaching convention of the United Irish League which will be held in Faneuil Hall Boston Monday and Tuesday October 20 and 21 Ireland will be represented by three of hcrgreatest living sons John Redmond M P Chairman of the Irish Parliamentary I party John Dillon M P and Michael Davitt It is expected thatI 1000 delegates representing the flower of the Irish race in America will attend the convention I toeI Underwent a Serious Surgical j J Operation at Mercy J Hospital i Hon Frank B Burke of Indianapolis and formerly ofLouisville is in a serious Jeffersonito remove a pernifretic abcess last Monday The operation was performed by Dr Sharp of Jeffersonville and Dr Ireland of Louisville knowneand most popular attorneys in Indiana Before removing to habState he was aI partnerytwenty years ago he removed to Jeffer sonville where he soon attralned promt saner as a Democratic leader During President Clevelands second turn he Hekis a brainy lawyer a noted orator and always an IrishAmerican His wife is the daughter of Mrs M V McCann of hasdpracticed law in Indianapolis His many beTis still very ill his condition is Iimproving DELEGATES CHOSEN To Attend the Meeting of the Stdte Federation of LaborisCentral Labor Union held its regular monthly meeting at Germania Hall last Monday night and elected the following delegates to attend the meeting of the State Federation of Labor which con venes at Paducah next Monday JamesIW Dougherty Joseph D Charles D Gerth S C Searle George 1 De Sonchet and Fred Scbwenker Chair man Dougherty of the Labor Day Com mittee reported that OO more than expenses had been made on the Labor dayt picnic The money was turned over tot the Treasurer of Central Labor Union New members received into the Central Labor body were as follows E Roy Moore Typographical Union No 10I Emil Byers Typographic No 12 Michael Bryan and David Latshaw nut and bolt andJdecorators VAUQHANCLARK Judge W Nick Vaughan and Miss Daisy Clark were united in matrimony j at the home of the brides father on Transit avenue near Everett on Wednes day at noon Rev D J Sigler performed the ceremony Mr sari Mrs Vaughan left for the East Immediately after the of ceremony Judge Vaughan is a well known attorney of the Louisville bar and before coming to this city had been a Police Judge of Greensberg his native city for many years During his sojourn in Louisville he served about two years as Acting Prosecuting Attorney of the I Police Court He Las been deservedly Tpopu1arI is the daughter of Mr Frank Clark a reo tired merchant and is a most charming young lady MAdAULEYSt Kellar the celebrate4roagidan comes to Macauleys Monday Tuesday and Wednesday He is one of till leading magicians on the stage and this year all fate tricks are new and up to date He presents several startling novelties lIThe Storks emtieiesll fantasy will 0hold CIhatrofling the bitmor bright and the chorus Is made up of yo njf aad ttY women i4 r yywN HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeckUencral- News Notes 7T1ie State convention will be called to order at 130 sharp nMembers desiring to attend the banquet tomorrow night should notify Chairman Newton G Rogers today Division 3 will have an initiation of candidates Monday night when its new degree team will perform its first work Seventeen counties and twentythree divisions of the Ancient Order of Hiber mans were represented in the State convention recently held In Galvestou A good deal of business of importance to the order was transacted The Ladies Auxiliary of Massachusetts met in Cambridge on August 29 and were welcomed by Mayor McNamee both as Mayor and as a Hibernian The State membership of the Ladies Auxiliary is 8223 The ladies made a great showing The Hibernians of Newport won one of the greatest boat races ever pulled in Newport on Tabor day winning the 1100 Jrbyfrom Bishops Rock buoy to a fishline at the end of Long wharf a distance of about two miles W K Vanderbilt was judge and Lieut Com Fletcher referee The Ancient Order of Hibernians of Massachusetts held their State conven on in Worcester on August 20 and 27 State President John A Ryan of Boston was in the chair The report of State TreasurerJames J Lynch of Brookline showed that the subordinate divisions had paid out 36407516 during the last two years for charitable purposes leaving a cash balance of 17510373 This cer tainly shows that the A O H of Massa chusetts are up and doing The fortythird biennial State conven tion of the Ancient Order of Hibernian of New York was held at Saratoga Sep tember 2 to 5 More than 250 delegates were in attendance and the reports of the State officers showed that the order was in a splendid financial condition On Tuesday evening the delegates were ten dered a banquet by Division 4 of Sara ga The parade was held on Thursday It is estimated that 5000 men and score of brass bands were in electedIfollowing State officers were President M J Slattery Albany Vice President John J Collins Granville Secretary Patrick J Farley Utica Treas urer F J Lenihan New York Directors T F Carmody Waverly and Peter J McGarry Long Island City The next State convention will meet at Niagara Falls in 1004 One of the best known officers of the Kentucky Ancient Order of Hibernians is James Coleman who has held the office of State Secretary during the last sixteen years Mr Coleman was born in Manchester England fortyfour years ago At the age of fourteen be came to America and settled in Louisville While quite a young man he joined the A O H and soon became a prominent member He was elected to every office in the girt J of his local division and was then honored with the State Secretaryship a position he has held ever since In 1898 he was a delegate to the Supreme body which met at Trenton He is a commercial traveler by profession and member of the South J era Molasses and Coffee Company Mr Coleman wfll play a prominent part in the approaching State convention as he has doubtless attended more conventions of the A O H in an official capacity than any other man in the State Martin J Cusick past State President J will be another welcome visitor at the convention because while he is not a delegate he has enjoyed every office in the gift of his local division and of his State Mr Cusick was born in Louisville in 1859 and was educated in St Patricks parochial school and in the Louisville public schools When only twenty years ofage he became a member of the A O H and has ever since taken an active In rarest in its workings In April 1898 after he had filled every office in his local he was elected State President n the same year he was elected State Delegate to the Supreme convention which was held in Trenton N J in June 1898 He remained as State President and State Delegate during two Mr Cusick early in life learned 0 tailoring trade and has been fortseveral years recognized as one of theIbest in the business He is now with JaM Borntreager on Jefferson street near DISTINGUISHED VISITOR Joseph Berning Supreme Delegate of the Catholic Knights of America from Ohio and editor of the C K of A Journal visited Louisville this week en route home from the Kentucky State Council at Frankfort where he was an interested spectator 1 FOR ST ALOYSIUS CHURCH A lawn fete and supper for the benefit St Aloysius church was given at thetl residence of Mrs John J Sullivan 140qfl Rubel avenue on Thursday ntght Quite large crowd in attendance and flliceNICE GIFT Rev Father Ryan pastor of St- rbomas congregation Nelson county was made a present of a horse and buggy the gift of his parishioners last weekJFather Rpaahas served 5t Thomas pea pie long and well- AVENUE a THEATER The Eleventh Hour a melodrama of the present day will hold the boards at the Avenue Theater next week The scene of the drama is laid in Chicago 5 There is the usual hero and the plotting as villain the ingenue and the soubrette f course all comes right before the last artin falls- lemons and oranges will keep much longer if wrapped in a paper M a N n 250 Fifth Street Ky I AGENTS WANTED Home Phone 5343 SHE CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her THE lit1SSlllletnnntgtllM It In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Ky FRANK J SNOB Educates Young People For Business Good Employment and Suaasl CALL OR wnrra rod rULL Ultlon Ben sarnt ANO flrlldla- gsrs illinoisI BEST AND QUICKEST LINE Two Fast Trains Daily Yes tibuled Throughout and Lighted by Gas Cafe Diners Buffet Library Cars Cars Close Connections to and from Arkansas Texas and the Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE via MEMPHIS Through Sleeper reservations cinnatiJLouisville Hot Springs SleepersThrough From Chicago Cincinnati or Louisville without change and at low rates w j MCBRIDE City A H HansonG A G P A Louisville RECENT DEATHS Mrs Ellen McNulty well known in the West End died Saturday evening at oclock The funeral took place from residence of her brotherinlaw McGill 1847 Maple street at oclock Tuesday morning and half an hour later from the Church of the Sacred Heart A large circle of friends followed the remains to the grave Mrs Kate Woods wife of Patrick Woods died at the family residence 326 Twentysixth street at 5 oclock Monday evening after a long illness Mrs Woods suffeted from diabetes Mrs Woods was one of the best known women in Port land and is survived by her husband and six children The children are Mrs Jas Sully Mrs John Killeu Mrs John Davis Mrs William McGuire Miss Nellie Woods and George Woods member of police force The funeral took place St Cecilias church at 9 oclock Thursday morning A large circle of attended TRINITY COUNCIL Y4 I Trinity Y M I met Monday night with President Joseph Piazza in the chair Three applications for member were received Police Captain ames Hendricks received the second degree President Piazza was selected as commlttee of one to act with similar from Satolli and Mackin Councils relative to making arrange ments for taking a full representation from each council to Carrollton Ky to attend the cornerstone laying on October The full committee is now made up follows Satolli William A Perry and water is one of the best of remedies for eon eyesaad if applied in time will scatter the inflammation t- v c DO YOU EVERR i That you arc doing wrong still going on and paying rent in the old way and not providing a home for 5 your family and yourself in old age t oft and only pay 550 per month on I 1000 Think it over and call oH write to us NATIONAL HOME UNION I Louisville 1 IS Mamma t- oCHICAGOI IONclll G Louisville AgentCMAnagerWSPINCBRrtAcerountantPesldeat INroRYATIONP Natliail lOUISYIIIEeKY Business College 6antral BETWE- ENLouisville MemphisAND New Orleans SleepersFree anyIllinois AgentFourth ChicagoWm Council committees TrinityJoseph Salt t THINK MKEMA FOR swmSKY ICALL UPON SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN GENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out PfIfR M A DRlOI 8O8 WAGON MANUFACTURERS i Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2422 ST XAVIER ST Brown Leghorns can be kept in small about half feed of otherchickens They lay about ten months in moultingPullets thefamilyyears 1899 twelve hens and pullets 1233 eggs 1900 ten hens 868 eggs 19W eleven hens and pullets 954 eggs 1902rduring very cold weatherJanuary 76 eggs February 61 March 161 April 206 May 181 June 120lCO YEARS EXPERIENCE TRADE MARKS DESIGNS + OPYRIGHT8 AC tIOllI8JqulCklr enleatlnnel Pat4iBtIentlatonta taken t rough Slunn k co reoeue thaScientific a A handfbmelr Illustrated weekly TargMt air ouUtlou of any dcntlle loan Tanoa M a earl four month fl bold hralinewwrn UN YorkOgee D wt I t7stiKTi7CYZY IY2IsfI AJMERICAN T J j m M f m WATHENSUAERY l r t 629 Eighth St Louisville Ky Finest Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c Peach Strawberry and Chocolate per gallon 85 Brick and Euchre Cream pergallon10 CHARLOTTE SE1tZITSSEi Finest quality all sizes 25c 35c 50c and up Individuals per dozen 60c Try them You will be pleased All kinds of Fancy Cakes made to order Capacity 1600 gallons per day Goods shipped as far as two hundred miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealers and everyday orders Homee Telephone 2144 ft1FJ ffIIE1 111EffJ 1 1f1 llllfl l ifiiI fI11lIff lfJ IM111oo11 Monument Company i I DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OFIIIt I ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND Ij Monuments I IIArtisticWork Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy ii T iI WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET II- ftIftDDDftDftIIf nuBDRfiIIDftIIftD QUICK MEALG- AS RANGES Quick Meal Gasoline Stoves Quick Meal Oil Stoves The immense sale of the Quick Meal is due to its MERITSand nothing else It is the BEST GEHERSON 214 Market Street Near Second rror DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN I Dougherty Keenan 111 UNDERTAKERS n MMMMMtMMtlMt MM tltttlMll MMMt MfMMMt 1m I 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth XJBjrvB PH03V13 All Calls Promptly Attended to 12402Jriages Furnished for lD Dougherty Telephone 3992Z = JJ 2J Yr r LOUISVILLE MACHINE WHITEWASHING CO CONTRACTORS FOR ALL KINDS OF Painting Calsomining and Whitewashing Floors Stock and Machinery Carefully Protected Material Applied Hot by Compressed Air Under Pressure of 140 to 200 Pounds Endorsed by Insurance Commissioners Fire Commissioners United States Government and Boards of Health QUICKER BETTER AND CHEAPER THAN BRUSH WORK IMC OBIRIIEILsr J IMIGKR 1631 Gallagher Street Louisville Ky Telephone 5878 Drop Postal for Estimate I a PARADISESAMPLE Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR I Home Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson St j t RIEQER ARCHERO- GRAPHERSPHOT CORNER BAXTER AVENUE AND BROADWAY Only firstclass work and satisfaction guaranteed We make a specialty of family groups and children E 1 HENRY C LAUER XEX4EPHONE 140 Fine Wines and Liquors Livery r Boarding Stable 407 E JEFFERSON ST I 428 and 430 Branch House 905 West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET JOHN F OBRTBIv BUTCHERTOWNBREWER- YO jt REAM COMMON BEERu 1001404 Story Avenue tjitpliott 891 LOUISVILLE KY I of Ie r J J e 000 00000 OUR SCHOOL SHOES Ito open the Autumn School Shoe Campaign and FIRST to announce I IFIRST low prices on guaranteed footwear has brought out some pretty strong 03DISTRIBUTERS anCto meet our prices impossible unequaled for buying 0rshoe best product at the lowest cash prices enable us to quote lower o prices than any other house in the city Our School Shoes contain the best leathers to be obtained the workmanship the most skilled and the wearing end we guarantee Bring or send your boys and girls to us Greatest assortment lowest prices I Misses and Childrens Department m 00 Misses Genuine Dongola School Shoes lace and button extension soles 98ctheMisses Extraheavy Dongola Kid School Shoes heavy or light soles low 24button iiBoys Department Little Gents School Shoes sizes 8J 980oo Youths Rough Riders nj too 2 Fit the boy to a pair of these School o 24ers1 o u 1- IJ1 BACON SONSFourthiBet Fourth STREETBet Third 00 00 0000000 BIG INITIATION Division 4 A O H Took in a Large Class on Wednes day Night Division No 4 A O H had a splen did meeting Wednesday night and took in a large class of new members This was the first of the fall series of Initla tions and other divisions were well repre sented The new members initiatedI were Mike Heher John C Joyce JohnI Heher James Duane John Riley Nick Smith John Callahan Ben Zorn Hogan Edward McGarry Dan Dowdley Tim Reardon Paul Schnell James P Laughlin W G ORourke Michael J Reardon Edward Crowley John M Deeley Edward Queeney Joe King Arthur OBrien and Matt Clare ThisI large list of new members shows the hustling qualities of the members of Division 4 President John Heunessy and Toni Lynch have spared no effort to bring the membership of Division 4 up to a high standing and they are certainly succeeding This division ranks ahead of all other local divisions in point of numbersThe was conducted by Pat Sullivan Tom Dolan William T Mee han John Hennessy and John Barry assisted by the guards Pat Mangan George W Holland and William Murphy who had been ill have all recovered The to the State convention were allowed an appropriate sum of money for entertaining the visitors The following were elected alternate delegates to the State conven tion Tom Downey John J Barry Joe Woods Charles Callahan and Thomas J Walsh was appointed a member of the sick committee Every body was pleased with the meeting and the members are now anxious for the State convention to take place so they can show the visitors delegates from a real live division DEATH OP MISS WATHEN Miss Carrie Wathen of this city died in the infirmary at New Albany early Wednesday morning after a long illness Miss Wathen was the daughter of T J Wathen the well known manufacturer of ice cream She had suffered from lung trouble during several years past The funeral took place from the family resi dence 629 Eighth street at 2 oclock I Miss Wathen wasII twentythree years old and was the onlyII child of Mr and Mrs T J Wathen She 1 was a gifted and charming young lady and was very popular among a large drII ole of friends She bore her long illness 1 with patient Christian fortitude Thec sympathy of the entire community goesJJ out to Mr and Mrs Wathen in their sadJJ bereavementJJ LOUISVILLE BOYS successcJ Harry Hoffman has returned home after a pleasant visit of two weeks spent with his son Dr Claude G Hoffman Brooklyn Dr Hoffmanis now the assistant J surgeon of the Eastern District Hospital Brooklyn He is a native of Louisville was educated Jo the local schools and was a graduate of one of theIlocal medical schools before he went to 1 pracNce 1 the Kentucky Irish American every week Black evening gowns are losing none of their popularity and the woman whoc hasnt at least a black net or tulle or gauze in her wardrobe is unlucky forJ these are excellent general andatarida great dlofwer T r ci 4c Childrens School Shoes 834to IIfar better than the kind you pay 125 for elsewhere98c 18 Girls School Shoes2r2 to 6 made of good leather low heel patent tip exten sion sole lacewill give the best satisfaction L 1 24 i Boys Rough Riders sizes 24 to Sujust the kind they need for school made to stand the knocks kangaroo calf box calf and vici kid leathers 1 Bring the boys now while you can secure the best bargains of the season f2 iThird and MARKET and 00000000000000 00000000 0000 James delegates LanganMichael Fridayafternoon lutl1ittJons Serviceable 48 GOOD FOR MACKIN i Eighteen Young Men Initiated Into the Council by Grand President Perry Members Have Decided to At tend the Cornerstone Laying at CarrolltonJ aINj t E h First of a Series of Fall DancesI Will Bo Inaugurated Late This Mouth MEMBERS ARE ALL ENTHUSIASTIC t The largest meeting held this year by Mackin Council was called to order last Tuesday evening by President Frank Murphy The meeting took place at St Anthonys large school hall which had been rented for the occasion Rev Father Seraph in opened the meeting with prayer There were delegations from Trinity and SatolH Councils of Louisville and Unity Council of New Albany Th Sick Committee reported James Shelley Henry Gottbrath George Lawless and Steve Gathof as improving- An invitation to the cornerstone laying at St Johns church Carrollton Ky was accepted The Dance Committee reported everything in readiness for the evening of Thursday September 25 at which time the first of the series of fall dances will take place These dances will take place at Fountain Ferry Park Marshallifinitiation he was told that eighteen can didates were prepared to become members The following young gentlemen were then initiated John B Nadorff Dan J Gill Henry Thieman Frank P Putz James Adams John J Lynn Joseph Jacob Charles Oswald A H Cooper Theodore J Kelly Louis Stottman Carl A Bartsch Alfred Wald Charles A Herp Anthony Putz John C Schaeffer George A Kieffer and John Pluecke baum Grand President Perry conducted the initiation After the regular routine business had been finished President Murphy declared- a social session and all present partook of refreshments which had been prepared by a committee under the able manage ment of Louis Borntraeger During the social session interesting talks were made by the following gentlemen Grand President William Perry of SatolH Supreme Delegate John Barry of New Haven Emmet Slattery Thomas Garry and Dr Beutel of Trinity Councl John Crotty of SatolH V Smith and Dr Bizof of Mackin and George Lautz Grand Sec retaryThe meeting was brought to a close with prayer by Rev Father Seraphin Everyone present had an enjoyable time BUCKINGHAM r The patrons ofthe Buckingham Theater next week will witness what promises to be the theatrical event of the season The TopftyTurvey Burlesquers The programme of this attraction contains score of good things which ought to meet with the Approval of the most critical Magnificent scenic displays unique electrical and mechanical effects new and elaborate costumes original music and a thoroughly uptodate line of specialties are a few w the features of this organization i a J s an FATHER LOUIS HAMMER A Native of Louisville Trans ferred From Syracuse to Albany The departure of Father Louis M Hammer O M C or Father Louis as he was more commonly called for Albany was the cause of general regret among the parishioners of the Church of the Assumption Father Louis is a young man and although stationed in Syracuse but two years had made many friends He was particularly popular with the children of the parish andwith the shutins with whom he spent most of his leisure time It caused him much regret that he was called away so suddenly that he had no opportunity to say farewell to his many friends He is now stationed at Our Lady of AngelsI church in Albany subject to Father Alphonse who will be remembered as a former rector of the Church of the Assumption During his connection with this church Father Hammer will be chaplain to the Christian Brothers orphanage and to the Albany couuty almshouseFather Louis was born in Louisville Ky in 1877 and received his early education at St Anthonys parochial school in charge of the Franciscan enteredethe novitiate here and made profession on September 1 1891 iFrom Syracuse he went to Albany for his philosophical course and from there to Trenton N J for his theological studies returning to Albany to finish his clerical course He was ordained priest by the Right Rev T M A Burke Bishop of Albany in July 1900 He was immediately stationedat Syracuse arriving on September 1 1900 andwhen removed had just finished his second year of faithful and painstaking labor TRAPPIST ABBOTS COMING A change may take place in New Mel lary Monastery near Dubuque Iowa be fore long Three abbots are now jour neying across the ocean to make investi Ration into the conditions of affairs in the American Trappist monasteries It is not definitely known that changes will be made but the visit is undoubtedly significant of some important change On account of the seyerely austere rules of the order the life of sacrifice labor and death to selfa small number of young men care to enter on the life of a Trappist monk and as a result the order is fast decreasing Now little over twentyfive members form the order at New Mellary and in order to take care of the large farm stock and grounds much outside help has to be hired A change may take place more monks may be sent to New Mellary from some other monas tery of Europe so that the order here may be increased The abbots now on their way to America may visit the Trappist monastery in Canada before going to Dubuque and they will visit Gethsemaue Abbey Kentucky before leaving this country ICE CREAM FESTIVAL- An ice cream festival for the benefit of theChurch of the Blessed Sacrament at Washington and Buchanan streets will be held in St Columbas Hall adjoining the church on the evening of September 25 During the summer months the ladies of this congregation have Held a number of ice cream festivals for the benefit of the church on their respective lawns As it is now date in the year it will be more pleasant and convenient to have the approaching one indoors Mrs Rhody Minton and Mrs Joseph tKehl are iti charge of the arrangements IS I u O How AraYour YourTeeth I Iifthey need attention there is no better place to I fixed than at t- heLouisville I Dental Parlors 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 644 FOURTH ST Louisville Military Band PAUL M MUELLER SECRETARY MUSIC FOR PARADES PICNICS AND DANCING S W COR SECOND AND MAIN STS IILeave Orders Office Hours 9 a m to 5 p m Home Telephone 1663 I FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY 11 Ilf IID IID1InUIIUUU aUDHD I IiI i I i 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