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I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANVOLU- ME 1 IXNO 21I LOUISVILLE SATURDAY NOVEMBER 22 1902 PRICE FIVE CENTS WARMWELCOMEExtended J OConnor by Catholics of the Falls Cities Catholic Knights of America Wbro On Hand In Great Numbers Mayor Grainger Offered tho Freedom of the City to the Visitor DELIVERED AN ELOQUENT ADDRESS The Hon P J OConnor Supreme President of the Catholic Knights of America visited Louisville this veek in the interest of that order and received an old fasbioned Kentucky welcome MrI OConnor is also a member of the Na tional Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and Past National President of that order He came to Louisville Sunday as a guest of the Central ComI mittee of the Catholic Knights of Amer ica and was entertained Sunday by mem bers of that committee On Monday he i was the guest of Mayor Charles FIGrainger during the morning and during I the afternoon and evening he was theII guest of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Mr OConnor hails from Savannah Ga where he is prominent as an attorney and he has a national reputation as an orator The distinguished visitor reached Louisville at 820 oclock in the morning lie was met at the Louisville Nashville I Union Station by Supreme Delegate I Michael Reichert President of Indlan1II Jonathan Thickstun Supreme Delegate Joseph P McGinn State President Harry Veeneman State Secretary John J Score and Frank Palk After breakfast at the Louisville Hotel he attended the late I mass at the Cathedral In the afternoon representative Catholic gentlemen met him at the Louisville Hotel and took him to various points of interest in the city In the first carriage were Hon P J OConnor Michael Reichert Jonathan Thickstun and William M Higgins In the second carriage were Joseph P Mc Ginn John J Score Harry Veeneman and Frank Falk The mainevent ofMrOConnora i visit was his address at a mass meeting held at St Martins Hall on Gray street near Shelby at 8 oclock Sunday night which appears in full on another pageJJ Pespite the inclement weather a large crowd of Catholic Knights of America from Louisville Jeffersonville and NewII Albany together with many of theI Ancient Order of Hibernians turned out to hear him W C Smith Supreme Trustee presided and introduced Mayor Grainger who made a brief address welcoming Mr OConnor to Louisville and presenting him the freedom of the city Mr Smith then arose to introduce Mr OConnor He said among other things History marks the milestones of time Time was when nonCatholics sought toC exclude Catholics from a residence in Georgia This was before the Revolu tionary war Now our distinguished guest is one of Georgias most prominent citizens Mr Smith told also how in the early days in Kentucky a Presby terian prevented laws objectionable to Catholics from being incorporated in the first constitution of the State He told of the affection of Washington for Lafay ette and how Catholics have ever been inll the front rank of American citizens They have been tried and have never been found wanting A Catholic Knight must be a practical Catholic and there fore a good citizen In conclusion Chains man Smith whispered to the ladies that President OConnor was still unmarried The applause was tremedous when Mr OConnor rose to speakCAfter the applause had died away upon the conclusion of his remarks MisS Anna Clary a talented young elocution ist of this city was introduced and deliv ered the following address As a member of the Catholic Knights of America I can not address Youbut as a child of one I will The Catholic Knights of America stand paramount among all organizations as one repre sentative of fraternity and benevolence By logical reasoning we can not butI prove that an organization that is fraC ternal and as such follows tic precepts of our holy mother the church will nottt fail in the fulfillment of its duties any more than can that church err in what she teaches Therefore our conclusion 1 is that it must be the best 1 In the great work of relieving theI distress of the widow and orphan andC watching over the soul the Catholic I Knights of America stand preeminent While other societies care for the dis tressed there is the danger of being ajj member on account of the lack of religion How many homes have been made happy by the Catholic Knights of America How many orphans tears have been dried and how many a widow has returned home after seeing her I husband laid to rest and met her children at the door with a smileand why JPecause she knew that he who had been alt to her in life had not for j Rotten her in death Catholic Knights j of America What grander title could they have wordJknight One willing figl1taacl I 0 1 needs be to die for right and all true knights of the Catholic Knights of America are ever ready to fight to die and to sacrifice all for the sake of Catholic principle Where can be found a nobler or more chivalrous body of men than the Catholic Knights of America To instance ah example of the heroism and stoical Catholicity of these gallant knights let us take McLaughlin of Nashville one of the founders of this grand organization The Bishop of that diocese said that all who belonged to a certain society would be deprived of the sacraments Every one was anxious tto hear what McLaughlin would say ai he had joined said society And what did he say What Do you think I would sell my soul for 2000 These are the kindof men that belong to the Catholic Knights of Americamen of brains of brawn of might eternally striving for the right Tie Catholic Knights of America in our beloved Old Kentucky have just reason to be proud of their branches of the order The report made at the State Council showed that Kentucky is the only State in which a net gain has been made not only in member ship but in finances Mr OConnor as a child of a Catholic Knight and a representative of all the children of the Catholic Knights of Ken tucky I bid you welcome to our city far famed for her unbounded hospitality and whose knights are not equaled in chivalry and fraternity by any branch in our beloved America May this grand organization prosper under your adminis tration as Supreme President thus add ing to the ranks Christian men whose noble deeds may live on every tongue ever striving undaunted for the welfare of man in weal or woe knightInNor can we find a truer guide Than you our star our sun our pride Miss Bee Mullarkey one of Louis villes most talented singers rendered a selection that met with such favor thatI she was compelled to respond to an enI coreSupreme Delegate Michael Reichert was the next speaker He said he was like the young lady who when asked to play the piano had left her musical home Nevertheless he made a very creditable address He told of the grand work accomplished by the Central Committee and how through it the members had come to know each other better which resulted in a general benefit toI the order i Rev Father P M J Rock was then introduced as the first Catholic priest to join the Catholic Knights of America Of course Father Rock sustained his P1tlli1a orator a riest and a J Catholic Knight Father Rock told how the order saved the wife and children of the deceased husband from beggary Incidentally he told a good story on Mr Reichert He also said that the spiritual c welfare of its members is one of theII main benefits of the society His remarks were very well receivedjj Great applause greeted Sylvester Grove the baritone soloist both before and after his selections Mr Reichert announced the coming silver jubilee ofc Branch C at St Martins Hall and told J how Prank Feldkamp the first President I of that branch was likewise its present I President The programme concluded t with a splendid selection by the Con cordia Singing Societ- yPRETTY PRIZES c To Be Awarded at Close of Mackin Councils Soclals 1 Mackin Council has during the past two months given a series of most de 1 lightful social eucbers and dances whichJJ will be brought to a close until after Advent ou next Wednesday evening I when a number of handsome prizes will be awarded at the club house on Twenty ixth street These enjoyableeuchres have been given without charge andall i who participated will doubtless visit the council on Thanksgiving eve The meeting Tuesday night was wel1JJ attended and additional applications wereII received The Visiting Committee reported Will Bannon Steve Gathof Pat Flynn C Wagner and Pat Rider still on the sick list though all are improving I theIt expectations of the members and had added much to the reputation of Mackin I Council which was more gratifying thanI any moneys that could be realized Next Tuesday night nominations of officers for the ensuingyear will be made From What we have been able to learn jj the sentiment seems unanimous for the reelection of the present incumbents from President Murphy down All have been faithful and earnest workers the best evidence thereof being the large reduction in the indebtedness of Mackin i Council for its handsome club house andII spacious grounds which will soon be entirely paid for Then spine great improvements will be made making it the finest Catholic club house in Louisville ACCIDENT TO OFFICER OCONNELL Patrolman Jerry dConnell one of thiI moat efficient officers on the police force suffered a broken legI last Saturday night while in the performance of duty Officer OConnell is wagon guard at Central PoliceStation A negro prisoner jumped jumping broke his left leg His many friends will be glad to learn that lie is resting as comfortably as possible under the dream efaoe q- n J r1 n r IRISH PILGRIMS From Four Continents PalL Their Respect to Our Holy Fatter Gave the Sons of Hibernia an Audience All to Them solves High Church Dignitaries and Laymen Joined In tho Procession MAGNIFICENT PAGEANT PRESENTED The recent Irish pilgrimage to our Holy Father Leo XIII in Rome was the most successful Irish pilgrimage ever organized Irishmen from four conti neuts were in the pilgrimage The audi ence was originally fixed for Thursday but as another pilgrimage was to be received that day the Holy Father post poned the event until Saturday in order that his Irish children might have the audience all to themselves Moreover he did not limit the reception to the pilgrims as has been almost invariably the case during the Pontifical jubilee year Tickets were freely granted to all the Irish residing in the Eternal City By 1130 oclock the walls of the long Hall of the Maps were lined on either side by about 500 persous of all ranks and classes The universality of Irish Catholicity at the beginning of the twentieth century was strikingly shown in the composition of the crowd First there was an Irish Cardinal from Australia then an Irish Archbishop from San Francisco next an Irish Bishop from South Africa There were Irish priests and laity from New Zealand Australia North and South America from Canada and from India The Irish Dominicans who hold the famous old church of San Clemente the oldest church in all Rome sat side by side with the Irish Franciscans from St Isidores that illustrious convent which sent out so many martyrs to Ireland dur ing the days of the Puritan persecutions Irish Augustinians from St Patricks that Institution whose history an entirely modern one has been so overcast and Irish Christian Brothers whose new housein1 a1k wdone so much to preserve the faith of Rome from sectarian attacks students from the Irish college many of whom will one day be Bishops in their own country Irish students who have somehow found their way into other colleges in Rome And of the pilgrims fifty were present each of whom repre sented a confraternity in Ireland The city of Dublin was represented by an Alderman in his civic robes with a Councilor and a Secretary there were priests Magistrates school teachers editors of newspapersIn short all classes of the population of Ireland were gathered there DEATHS SUMMONS Called Thomas J Corbett Into His Eternal Rest The entire community was shocked last Monday when it became known that Thomas J Corbett the well known letter carrier died at his home 613 East Laurel street early that morning He had been ill six weeks and suffered from a complication of diseases The deceased was appointed lettercarrier twelve years ago Most of this time he served in the down town districts where he was well known and highly respected He was a brother of Mrs Sylvester Doyle Miss Ella Corbett and the late Patrick Corbett who was run over and killed by a switch engine in Chicago several weeks ago Thomas Corbett wasa true Christian gentleman and an affectionate son and brother His main object in life seemed to be the care of his aged and blind mother Mrs Mary Corbett His funeral took place from St Johns church at 9 oclock Thursday morning The remains were followed to their last resting place in St Louis cemetery by a large circle of sorrowing friends who extended their heartfelt sympathy to the bereaved family May he rest in peace w JAMES IIAOAN IN LUCK The many friends of MrJames Hagan of West Oak street will be pleased to know that he has just received a hand some legacy by the death of his uncle Mr John Hagan of Eminence Ky who left quite a large estate Mr Hagan is held In high esteem by all who have the pleasure of knowing him as he is an honorable genial kindly man and well merits the good luck that hasnow come to him CHILDRENS CANDY PULLING Ref Father Cunningham pastor of Holy Cross church will give his annual caddy pulling for the children next Sat urday Heretofore not less than 700 children have attended and this year the attendance promises to be greater Grown people are also invited to be present fflie affair will last from 2 to 5 oclock iI- r 4 JOSEPHBERNING 1 tEditor and Publisher of the Catholic Krlfghts Journal IaThe above is a good likeness of one in whom many Catholic Knights iin Louisville and elsewhere in the State will recogonize a familiar figure at the gatherings of the Cathblic Knights of America Sickness in ifs family pre vented his presence herrf pt last Sunday nights big meeting Mr Berning was born in Cincinnati in 187 He received his early education in j the parochial schools completing his studies at St Xavlers College the fa ous Jesuit seat of learning of the Central States He is a selfmade man in tlwf fullest sense While attending college he practiced with a small hand prin fug press until he acquired such a Jikinglfor the art of printing that he soon established himself on a modest scale Tod ly his firm is an acknowledged factor iIn the printing in dustry of his city J Ir3 Berning has always taken tin unus aland sincere interest in the welfareJf the C K of A Having acted in an official capacity in the various branch offices from sentinel to President and havibg served as an Ohio representative in the two last Supreme Councils both times being honored with an appointment on the Law Committee he I is thoroughly equipped in his knowledge as to the requirements and ad stages of the order and peculiarly fitted for his edit oria1podEiati Ile4pas recently re elee6ed tfota third term in the Supreme Council a distinction seldom bestowed LOCAL HIBERNIANS Hoard Hon P J OConnor at Meeting of Divis- Ion 3 There were two features of interest at the meeting of Division 3 A O H last Monday night Former National President F J OConnor of Savannah was present and addressed the assembled members and ten new members were initiated The hall was filled not only with the members of Division 3 but with members of all the other divisions in this city and Jeffersonville President Lawrence J Mackey presided Hon pJ OConnor came to the meet ing accompanied by State President Keenan and County President Sullivan They were invited to seats beside Presi dent Mackey The following candidates were initiated Ed J Holloran Thomas H Hays Ancel OConnell Edward Cooper J P Cudahy Hugh Houiigon John Gibbons John Greaney Pat J Beaman and Dan Kennedy Mr OCon nor highly complimented Division 3s degree team for its excellent exemplifi cation of the ritual Before the initiatory ceremonies the following were elected to membership ohQGibbonsand Con Lehan Of these five were at once initiated After the business of the evening had been concluded President Mackey intro duced Mr OConnor who after congratulating the new members gave a brief history of the A O H He told of its rapid growth and noble work and the great benefits it extended to members The speaker said that he belonged to several other orders but the A O II held the first place in his affections Mr Dan McCarthy dSanc1uskYIOuwas called upon dud told of the progress of the orderinthc Buckeye State He said large classes were being initiated at every meeting Brief but interesting talks were made by Thomas J Dolan William T Meeharr John H Hennessy Joseph P McGinn Barney Coll John A Murphy Harry Brady Martin Cusick James Coleman Thomrs Keenan Newton O Rogers and Patrick T Sullivan Refreahtnents were served after the speech making and the members spent a pleasant hour in social conversation Mr OConnor thanked the members for tbeirhospitalily before the meeting ad journed He left for St Louis Tuesday morning FATHER WESTERMAN BETTER Rev Father Weetenaaa who has been ill recently is recovering and ia receiving the congratulatioaftfef Ws many friends Father WMttnaaaViiiifrMi of the most popalarclergylaeaIt the eit1 u- rl n s x ENTHUSIASM Displayed at the Mooting ofr tho IrishAmerican Society Capable Men Are to Bo Pushedl Forward For Good Offices Interesting Talks Made by Sev oral Members on Object of the Society SOME NEW APPLICATIONS PRESENTED The IrishAmerican Society met iin Hibernian Hall Thursday night with President Flynn in the chair The at tendance was good and the enthusiasm displayed was such as to leave no doubts in the minds of those present that the so ciety is now on a firm footing The object of the society is the political and social1 advancement of the IrishAmericans of Louisville Its primary object is to se its members well placed There are e who decry against the idea of an Irish man getting into politics and yet they are among the best politicians the world over Particularly is this so in the United States Why not Irishmen have been fighting for selfgovernment in Ireland for centuries They have made politics a study in fact a national study and when they emigrate to other countries their inherent knowledge of politics stands them in good stead In Boston New York Chicago Philadelphia and other large cities the IrishAmericans are not only the leading politicians but they capably fill the best offices in the gift of the people Why can that not be done in Louisville We have capable men for every office whether it be Mayor Congress man or on the bench Why then should we be content to sit idly by and have handed us by the powers that be a few places as policemen merely the crumbs that drop from the table It is to find the men to fill these offices and to put them in place that the IrishAmerican Society has been organized Several interesting speeches on this line were made Thursday night The question of inviting the Irish envoys 3fessrs Davitt nnd DillontvLonisville was discussed The new members elected were Martin Fogarry Redmond Stanton and John Murphy Those initiated were James OConnor John Swift Steve McElliott and Pat Finegan After the initiation brief speeches were made by Newton G Rogers James OConnor Pat Finegan and John Swift Mr Swift said it re minded him of the Celtic Literary Association of which he was a member years ago Pat Finegan also made a number of admirable suggestions TRIAL BY JURY To Bo Given By the Choral Society Next Friday Evening The Choral Society is now preparing another operetta which will be sung on the evening of November 28 when the new hall connected with St Louis Bertrands parish will be formally opened Quite an elaborate musical programme has been arranged in addi tion to the operetta which in itself lasts only an hour Nearly all of those ladies and gentlemen who participated in the Merry Milkmaids last spring will be heard in Trial by Jury in addition to which the chorus has been strengthened by a number of young ladies whose attractive appearance is as well calculated to please the eye as their sweet voices are to please the ear of the lover of musicThe hall itself is a credit to the enter prise and energy of the people of St Louis Bertrands and they certainly owe a debt of gratitude to the Very Rev J D Fowler and to the St Louis Charity Club to whose untiring work the hall will stand as a monument after the present members of that organization may have passed away The entertain ment In question will be under the direction of Philip A Starke and Mrs Kate Newman as regards the musical portion and the staging under the direction of William T McNally First Vice President of Satolli Council Y ltI The scenery is the work of a rising young Louisville boy Edward C Par tusch of St Martins parochial school io WCARTHY OCONNOR The most notable wedding this season at St Johns church was that of Miss Lucy Agnes OConnor of this city and Daniel McCarthy of Sandusky 0 which took place Wednesday afternoon at4 oclock The ceremony was performed by the Very Ray Father Bar Miss Dymphna Veeneman the organist played Mendelssohns wedding march as the bridal party proceeded up the aisle The bride wore an elegant costume of white Paris muslin trimmed with point lace The attendants were srswm Leahy John Watson Edward Caffrey and Dr Bernard OConnor During the eeremoay Call Me TMn Owa was e J played softly yet exquisitely Th church was crowded with the 1 friends of the bride and groom Mr and Mrs McCarthy were tendered a reception at the home of the bridesI sister Mrs Charles McGuire immedi= ately after the ceremony Only the immediate relatives of the contractin parties were invited The newly married couple left for their home in Sandusky 0 Wednesday night The bride is the daughter of the late William OConnor who formerly represented the Fifth ward in the General Council and is sister of Mrs Charles McGuire Mrs Thomas B Leahy Miss Marcella OCon nor and Chris OConnor assistant to the City Engineer The groom is a retired grocerof Sandusky 0 a former mem ber of the Board of Aldermen there and Equalizationt Order of Hibernians in Ohio and has heldevery office in their gift Mr and Mrs McCarthy have received the best wishes of many friends both in Louis vine and Sandusky 1 LANDLORDS WILLING ITho Majority In Favor of Conference With the Tenants onebility a plan will soon be arranged by which the tenant farmers will be allowed to hay the land upon which they are now paying exorbitant rent A committee of the Irish landlords composed of the Earl of Mayo Lord Dunraven and Capt Shaw Taylor and a number of other gentle men interested in the Irish land question took a poll on the proposal to calla con ference between the landlords and the tenants with a view to the sale ot the land to the latter The poll resulted in favor of the conference by a vote of 1128 to 578 The committee has sent out a circular announcing the result to 4000 Irish landlords Each of these landlords owns not less than 500 acres of land Arrangements will be made immediately for the proposed conference It is pre sumed that when the view of the land lords becomes definitely known that the British Government will ease upon the prosecution of Irish members of Parlia ment under the crimes act In this event there is little doubt that an amicable ar rangement can be made between the landlords and tenants FIRST LECTURE J Ofa Series Delivered By the Reverend Father Leo Rev Father Leo lectured at St Boni faces Hall Sunday night under the auspices of the Young Mens Sodality The object of the llecture was to secure funds to aid in paying off the debt on the new organ at St Bonifaces church Father Leo was abroad during eighteen months and bas prepared a lecture on each of the nine countries he visited and also lectures on special cities of interest In all he will deliver fourteen lectures The lecture Sunday night was on Rome Father Leo bandied his subject in a masterly manner and told interest ing stories of the various celebrated churches in the Eternal City A novel feature of the lecture was that it was given in chapters After each chapter there was vocal or instrumental music furnished by well known musicians All who heard Father Leos first lecture are anxious to hear the others Doubt less the attendance will increase at each lecture 11 GOOD FOR CORBETT A Genial Gentleman Takes a Place With the Now Commercial W J Corbett has accepted the fore- manship of the composing room of the reorganized Commercial This is in itself a guarantee that the Commercial will from a typographical standpoint be as near perfection as newspapers can be made Mr Corbett has worked as a printer in Louisville for more than twenty years During the greater part of that time he was its foreman and his work manship showed for itself When the Cleveland people took hold of the Commercial about five years ago Mr Corbett left it Now be resumes his bid position mjd his many friends congratulate him on his success No man in the United States could be more satisfactory to the members of the International Typographical Union either in Louisville or elsewhere He has a national reputation for kindness firmness and for the busi ness management of the composing room He is a quiet unostentatious hard working gentleman Hats off to Corbett PLEASES HIS FRIENDS His many friends in Louisville and throughput the State are pleased over the news of the good fortune of Mr E W Zoeller who will on December 1 become chief clerk for N M Uri Co wholesale liquor dealers on Main street For some timepaat Mr Zoeller has been with the Fidelity Trust Company where his fellowclerks regret his departure while rejoicing over his success in securing so desirable position His influence will doubtless add largely to the trade of the Url house 0 s ePALCONIO Ills Excellency Left Ottawa For LastgTuesday Loft Canada With Best Wishes andsCountry lias Always Boon the Courtly Prolate With Gracious Personality ADMINISTRATION HAS BEEN POPULAR His Excellency Monsignor Falconio Papal Delegate to Canada since October 1899 left Ottawa to take up his new post hisasojourn in the Canadian capital Monsig nor Falconio made many friends and his departure for the United States is regretted throughout the Dominion where + he endeared himself to Bishop and priest to State dignitary and to private citizen That our readers may better know him we give the following brief sketch of the distinguished churchman Ills Excellency Monsignor Diomede Falconio was born in 1812 at Prescocost anza in Abruzzo Italy and entered the Order of St Francis at the age of eight een After a brilliant course of studies in which he carried off honors on all occa along he was sent to the United States in 1865 at the age of twentythree and in the following year he was raised to the priesthood by Dr Timon then Bishop of BuffaloIn 1866 he was appointed to theyVice Presidency of St Bonaventures College Allegheny N Y filling at the same time the chair of philosophy He became in quick succession Secretary of the Franciscan province of the Immacu late Conception professor of theology and President of the seminary and col lege In 1871 he was sent to Newfound land as assistant to Monsignor Carfaguini O S F Bishop of Harbor Grace From 1883 to 1892 Monsignor Falconio served his order as Provincial of one of the Franciscan provinces in Italy During his term of office there he opened a novi tiate founded house of studies and reestablished a number of convents In 1888 Monsignor Falconio was chosetrby the general Franciscan chapter as Pro curator General of Friars Minor in re formed provinces in Italy Just before he was chosen for this important post lie had been named Superior of his province for a second time In the capacity of Procurator General he was more than once entrusted with J delicate missions by the Gens Barnardin de Portogruaro and Louis de Parma He visited thirteen provinces of his order inculcating the principles of the monastic life and spirit of St Francis everywhere hepassedHe on the point of visiting France in 1892 on a similar mission when the Sovereign Pontiff appointed him Bishop of Lacedonia in the consistory held in July of that year The new Bishop made his solemn entry into his diocese on Feb ruary 20 1893 and began immediately toywork for the spiritual welfare of his flock His affability united to a great firmness of character soon gained for him many friends He aimed chiefly at getting into direct contact with his diocesans and In the three years that he remained in Lace donia visited the whole diocese three times His pastoral letters written dur ing his term were remarkable produc tions one deserving special mention a The letter treated of the respect which Catholics owe to their priests The Holy Father raised him in 1895 to the united archiepiscopal Sees of Acar enza and Matera In this new and wider sphere of action Archbishop Falconio was distinguishing himself when Leo XIII again called himtoa higher dig nity that of Apostolic Delegate to Can ada Few men have crowded into their years the activities which stand to the credit of Monsignor Falcouio While a resident at the Canadian capital he was ever popular with the administration of the Catholic church and in leaving Ottawa he has following him to his wider field of labors the good wishes of the en tire clergy of the country The Most Rev Diomede Falconio has always been the courtly prelate but never to such an extent that one could not see his directness his simplicity and kindness says the London Catholic Record The officfal never shut out the man As one prominent nonCatholic told us lately one could not help feeling that the delegate was sincere all through and that his charming tact and courtesy were bred not of etiquette but of char ity This indeed is what affecta us And long after his decisions on impor tant matters shall have pasted from our minds his kindly words and deeds will beheld in grateful remembrance Pre late and diplomat canonoist and theo logian he is respected not blind to the meanness of the world he thiniceth no evil with the heart of a child he Is swayohlsgraBefore his departure the Delegate was tendered a banquet which wAs attended by the leading churchmen and citizens of respondingto Palconioacontinuation lrsathus td W M KENTUCICY rRI H A1 RICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM INIIIIINIIIIIIIIIIIIININI noted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans wII+LxAM 115 HXGOI2VO Pubiiaehe r iUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY se Je Rntered at the Louisville Poatofflco as Seconddo Matter Mdieusll CotnaraikaHoaitolhi KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Weil dreea Street TRADES LABEL COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY NOVEMBER 1902 THE ANTHRACITE PROBLEM a The investigation of the anthra cite coal industry by the commis sion is developing some things that seem queer when assertions and reo suits are compared Anthracite mine workers labor ten hours or twentyfive per cent longer for a day than in the bituminous miners and receive twenty to forty percent less wages- Anthracite miners paid by pro duct mine 2700 to 3100 pounds for a ton at a wage twenty percent less than the bituminous miner gets for 2240 pounds Anthracite operators sell their coal produced under such rates at 2240 pounds to the ton for 200 to 400 per cent higher than bitumin ous coal Thus to sum up With the ad vantage over the bituminous mines of twentyfive per cent in hours and twenty to forty per cent it wages on day workers 300 to 8oc pounds per ton and twenty per cent in wages on miners and finally selling their coal at 200 to 400 per cent more than bituminous coal the anthracite companies rarely pay a dividend and on this ground claim they can not afford to grant the demands of the miners for shorter hours advanced wages and legal ton measure for coal mined as is done in bituminous mines But the bituminous mines pay dividends just the reverse result one would figure out That is the mystery the operators may find it difficult to explain that is to the satisfaction of the commission and the public Perhaps the miners representa tives will solve this problem if the operators can not or will not and it will read something like this The railway companies that transport anthracite coal to market own or control the mines or the rail ways are owned or controlled by the anthracite operators or at any rate they are combined so as to be under one and the same control That the freight rates for trans porting anthracite coal to market are so high as to absorb all the J profit of the coal mines with the re that while the mines pay nodivi 1 1suitdend the Reading and other rail ways pay such dividends as to be bonanzas accounting for their stock being quoted rarely sold at 200 to 500 per cent above par That with legal freight rdtes the anthracite operators could give the t miners shorter hours higher p wages sell anthracite coal cheaper and pay fair dividends THE MOLINEUX CASE The acquittal of Molineux of the charge of murder on his second trial after his conviction on his first trial is exciting general com ment by the press in which the police and court officials are condemned t for their all but successful efforts to convict an innocent man it being stated that all that prevented i their success was the wealth of Molineuxs father who expended 175000 to save his son Much stress is placed upon the assertion that had Molineux been U C poor he would have been executed for a murder he did not commit All of which in the abstract may be true but is hardly applicable when the circumstances and con ditions as revealed by the evidence are reviewed which develop there l cause of Molineuxs predicament and furnished the grounds for his being suspected indicted and tried for murder Finally he a was acquitted rather because he WM not proven guilty lbeyond a reasonable doubt than that he 1 Ur n- v a u was proven innocent Two men and a woman of New York upper tendom both members can ultra fashionable club all of the swellest society died suddenly of poisoning This poison was received by them through the mails the circumstances in all three case were similar and no one doubt that one person was guilty of send ing the poison to all the victims the associations and conduct of the members of this swell club were shown to be shockingly immoral and degrading involving men and women some of them married but marriage seemed to be only a cloak to hide crime that jealousy and enmity over laisons were frequent that Molineux and the three vie tims were parties to one of these affairs that other men hat won the favor of the married woman that this had causedd enmity quarrels and threats by the male admirers of the woman revenge and a desire to get rid of his rivals was the motive assigned and with the circumstances as ra basis Molineux was charged with the murder of the woman whom iit was contended got the poison in tended for another The prosecU tion failed to clearly prove that Molineux was the party who purchased and mailed the poison The verdict of guilty in the first trial was set aside because of the admission of evidence of the mur der of the two men was admitted Molineux seems to have beet justly acquitted of murder but his ordealand narrow escape from execution were the result of bis immoral habits and associations Like the son of many another rich family he was proven to have been dissolute degraded criminal from the exposure and conse quences of which he was shielded by the influence and respectability of his family till a horrible crime with which circumstances con nected him revealed his unsavory career placed him in jeopardy chagrined humiliated and perhaj1t bankrupted his family to save hu neckThat the wealth and influence ol his family saved Molineux from conviction seems true but it was likewise the wealth and influence of his family that shielded him from condemnation by the public and retraint by the authorities in his dissolute career leading to and resulting in the charge of murder While it is true that a poor man charged with murder under such circumstantial evidence Would have been convicted it is likewise true that a poor man leading such a dissolute career would have been exposed as a tough kept under police surveillance arrested imprisoned or driven out of the community ere he had gotten into a murder case The real cause of Molineuxs jeopardy and all its disgrace sor row and cost was his dissipation and immoral associations and the M9lineux case is only one of the many skeletons in the closets of respectable and wealthy families a dissolute sonmost of which are kept from the public Had Molineux behaved himself as his home training and social standing would indicate he should and as he had every opportunity and encouragement to dodecently and as a gentleman there would have been no Molineux case The statements of the anthracite tperators presented to the arbitra tiIon commission seem to have been prepared by amateurs oritmay- Qetha their authors are so pre umptuousas to imagine anything art IJ 0 sRED MENS CHARITY CARNIVAL WEEK COMMENCINGMONDAYeEVE NOV 24AT LIEDERKRANZ HALL Sixth and Walnut DOORS OPEN EVERY EVENING AT 7 OCLOCK ADlVJJ XON 10 OENT will do For Instance the Lohigl company state their skilled em ployes have been paid 243 to 360 per day live in good houses have bank accounts and many ofI them have bought and paid homes This reads well so far but in the last paragraph it fis stated the company owns most of the houses occupied by its em ployes which it rents for 475 per month and that the annua wages of employes average 460 It is not an extra good nor a large house that rents for 475 per month ond 460 per year wages iis only 153 per day This is how it works under coercion in Ireland Mr William Red mond M P addressed a meeting in County Wexford Complain of Mr Redmonds speech was filed with Justice Wright who ordered that Redmond furnish bail for good behavior for two years or in de fault be imprisoned for six months Mr Redmond was attending Par liament for weeks after but whet he returned to Ireland landing at Kingstown he was promptly ar rested He was accompanied bj his wife and asked to be allowed to escort her to a hotel which was re fused He was taken to Kilmain ham and locked up to serve a sen tence of six months As Mr John Redmond M P one of the visit ors to the United States addressed the same meeting it is not improb able that he may be arrested on his return to Ireland Now they charge President Bae with plagearizing his only famous utterance during the coat strike= his claim of divine commission f look after the rights and interests of the laboring man The publish ing of a paragraph from the procla mation of George III to the American colonial rebels proves the charge It also furnishes ia clew as to where President Baer got his ideas of the prerogatives of em ployers and the rights of working people His views carried to a conclusion are still the rule in Old England The Cork Exposition recently closed was a success beyond ex pectations The attendance ex ceeded 1500000 the displays of Irish art and product were agree ably surprising the financial re ceipts ample to pay all expenses and it is to reopen next year ona much larger scale A similar ex position held at Wolverhampton England as a rival attraction proved a dismal failure resulting in a deficit of 250000 Nothing is said about reopening the Wol verhampton Exposition next year Sir Antony MacDonnell an Irishman a Catholic a Home Ruler and Laud Reformer has been appointed Under Secretary for Ireland This is reported to be preliminary to a letup and final abandonment of coercion leaving the landlords to fight their own battle This is possible as Sir Antony is hardly the man to select if the coercion policy is to be continued besides it is evident that results from coercion are not what was expected but just the con trary The educational bill is being forced through Parliament and as the Government becomes assured of support it adds to the provisions of the bill One new section trans era the control of religious instruc tion in the schools from the clergy to the managers A motion to ex empt the Catholic schools was rejected The Interstate Railroad Com niiiMouis after the anthracite coal tl 1 carrying roads to answer the charge I I of extortionate and discriminating freight rates on coal The farther j I the anthracite operators go in their obstinate purpose to crush out organized labor the more they seem to run up against S9GIETY I J William Horstmau and his bride have returned from their bridal trip William Dwyer is seriously ill at the home of his brother Ed Dwyer in Jeffersonvllle Miss Sallie Miller will be the hostess for the Jeffersohville Cecilian Circle next Tuesday evening Nick Lenlz sand Wife who were visit ing Mrs Ed Kehoe at Jeffersonville have returned to Utica H Miss Maude Kelly one of Lexingtons prettiest young women arrived here Monday to visit friends Miss Annie ONeill of Anna 111 is visiting her aunt Mrs Robert Blanks at 1506 West Madison street ro Harry McDejitt who was recently seriously ill has entirely recoveredand is receiving tits congratulations of his friends Sylvester Rapier the New Haven Banker was here the first part of the week He reports everybody as prosper ing in Nelson county John Raidy who has been ill during the greater partof the past year Is con siderably improved and is out shaking hands with his friends Miss NellieFitzgibbons the handsome and accomplished daughter of John Fitz gibbons of Shelbyville spent last week with her uncle and aunt Mr and Mrs T J Dignon Mrs Mike Fh egan of Ninth and Kentucky has gone to Nashville to spend Thanksgiving With Mtand Mrs Michael Reonej Shewill return about December 1rMr and Mrs Dick Talbot and chil dren formerly of Louisville and now of Birmingham Ala spent several days in this city as the guests of Mr and Mrs OConnorWilliam Bannon the well known contractor is suffering from an attack of appendicitis at his home qn First and A streets His many friends hope for his speedy recovery Patrick J Welsh the genial and popu lar Superintendent of the Kentucky Pub lic Elevator has returned with his wife and two children after a very pleasant visit with friends at Philadelphia Miss Elizabeth Tarpey left this week for Newport where she will remain un til after Thanksgiving the guest of Mrs Oscar Coldeway who will entertain quite extensively in honor of her fair visitor Everybody connected with the City Court was glad to see Deputy Clerk Henry Schweiters at his desk again Wednesday morning after an absence of two weeks owing to a severe attack of pleurisyMiss Leona Stbesser was the guest of honor at a largely attended and delight ful surprise party given in celebration of her birthday this week by a host of her young friends and admirers at the home of her parents The many friends of Walter Ratcliffe hlef deputy to County Clerk Will Se lonin are rejoicing over his recovery from an attack of tonsolltls that confined him to his home on West Chestnut street for several days Emmet Fitzpatrick the well known plumber who bas been confined to his some since the first of September suffer ing from rheumatism was this week eported improving This will be wel ome news to his many friends John T WJnn a prominent Hibernian of New Albany Is receiving many congratulations this week oq account of the arrival of a baby girl at bis home 1013 teeler street The mother and child are doing well and Papa John ia happy V Earl Hall and Miss Agnes Enqs opnlar young people of the West End were married at the Church of the Holy iross at 5 oclock Wednesday evening L large number of friends of the coil racting parties witnessed the ceremony Frank G Cunningham was here m- StLOitt to spend SundaywUh friends all of whom were glad to meet him Since becoming Traveling Pasaeager Lgent for the Louisville Henderson Sc 51t Louie he hM Viaited she Far tw- brebemet wrlhgfvMfyiag success AioeBg the welcome yifton to the eatacky IrUfa American once during the week were the Masers Barry pub Mien of tits Ne Haven Keho They rere here trytagft induce Leaievillc hr 0 1 UIU- I oJ I factoryIthemselves as entirely satisfied with the result of their visit George Holler and Miss Julia Dey wer married at the Church of the Imtnaculat Conception at 6 oclock Wednesday afta noon The only attendants were Willlan Dey and Wallace Colter Mr Halleriis a successful young business man His bride is a charming young lady Doth have many friends who wish them joy on their journey through life It was with regret that the many friends heard of the relapse of Hon Frank B Burke of Indianapolis who several months ago underwent a serious surgical operation at the Mercy Hospita in JefFersonville Mrs Burke and ber children have returned from Indian apolis to attend the bedside of the sick man She and her children are the guests of Mrs Burkes mother Mrs Michael V McCann of Jeflersonville Messrs James Hogan and Michae Coogan of Scottdale Pa were visitors here this week and were royally enter tamed by Col John Featherstonc Super intendent of the Cumberland Telegrapl and Telephone Company They are the representatives of the Tennis Construction Company and have charge of the building of the electric trolley line that will connect Jeffersonville and New Al bany Both arc clever and genial gen tlemen and made many friends Another notable wedding of the pas week was that solemnized at St Pat ricks Monday evening the contracting parties being Miss Katie Boyle and William Seay Rev Father Cronin per forming the marriage ceremony The were attended by Miss Sophie Kurn and William Frederick The bride is tbi lovely daughter of Mrs Mary Boyle of Eighteenth and High streets The luck groom is a popular and highly respecter young man who has held a good position with the Standard Oil Company for sa number of years One of the most interesting and brill cant weddings ever witnessed in tb West End was solemnized with nuptia high mass at Holy Cross church Wednes day morning at 9 oclock when Miss Mary Yurt the accomplished and pretty daughter of Anthony Yurt became tin bride of Charles Leis a well known and popular young business man of New Albany The ceremony was performs by the beloved pastor of Holy Cross Rev B A Cunningham and was wit nessed by several hundred friends of the young people A beautiful feature of the happy occasion was the celebration of the silver wedding of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Yurt who are among the best known German Catholic of the city A largely attended recep tion followed in celebration of the double event RECENT DEATHS Bernard Erb aged seventythree years a well known German citizen of the West End died at his home 1823 West Wal nut street on Tuesday morning The funeral took place from St Anthonys church at 9 oclock Thursday morning John J Erasime a well known German citizen died at the home of his brother inlaw Philip Kastner 212 East Jeffer son street Sunday afternoon The de ceased was forty years of age The funeral took place from St Michaels church at 9 oclock Tuesday morning and was well attended George C Augustus aged twenty years died at the family residence 2241 First street on Tuesday morning The de ceased was the son of Samuel F Augustus and was an exemplary young man The funeral took place from St Philip Neri church Thursday morning at 9 oclock The Interment was in St Louis cemetery J Fred Hlllerich aged thirty years died suddenly at his home 612 Campbell street at 115 oclock Sunday afternoon Mr Hillerich was a member of the firm of J F Hillerich Sons manufacturers of baseball bats He was a son of J F Hillerich the head of the firm He was married five years ago and leaves a wife and two children Mr Hillerich was very popular with the baseball fraternity He was a devout Catholic and a member of the Knights and Ladies of Honor LARGE RADISH Mrs William Patterson West Main street is greatly pleased with her success in gardening She has undertaken gardening in her own yard for pleasure and exercise During this week she dug up r mammoth radish which weighs air pounds Her friends are congratulating ler on her success as an agriculturist GOES TO FRANCE Mother Cleophas the Superior General of the Sisters of Providence in the United States with headquarters at Terre Haute bd left this week for Rullle France where the order was founded 100 years ago The property of the order haaa beea onfiecated by the Preach Government Mother Cleophas expect to bring to the Jailed States many of the exited nuns of the order who will act as teachers of the french language at acedeaiiee ia this ouetryo 1I- u T LADIES MATINEE- THANKSGIVING AFTERNOON CHILDRENS MATINEE SATURDAY AFTERNOON INDIAN BRAVES AND SQUAWS VILLAGES PIANOSWecompetitioncontent to abide by the result Our Pianos are Essentially HionGrade Products and their unprecedented success and widespread popularity are the best publicItcity I IMI of NTfNfCRO RIHM MUSIC COMPANY 628630 FOURTH AVENUE ITHE BEST DRESSING FOR YO- URiTHANKSGIVINCf I IITurkey would be a new suit from LevysII 750 if you say so 10 15 or 25 No use to wait until the weather you to buy Better selections forcesIIfrom goods that are all NEW and I up to dateILEVY BROSMT Telephone Main 64 Homo Telephone 1500 BABEYB LACE CURTAIN LAUNDRY 908 WEST JEFFERSON STREET No Branch Houses or Solicitors in Louisville Now is the time to have your work done thereby avoiding the rush that is sure to precede the Xmas holidays Our facilities are of the latest and most approved pattern aud our phenomenal success has ex cited wouldbie com experience in this business is guarantee excellence of work All work called for and delivered promptlyat reasonable prices Send us your orders c RAJ3E Y Piop NO flDVflNGE IN FRIGES Collars and Cuffs 18c Per Dozen HIGH CLASS LAUNDRY WORK Best equidped laundry in Louisville Remodeled entirely and facilities more than doubled We solicit your work with a guarantee that it cant be excelled DOMESTIC LAUNDRY CO Home Phone 1720 517 Fifth Street WELL PLEASED Is Suprome President OCon nor With Present Conditions A representative of the Kentucky Irlsl American visited the Hon P J OCon nor Supreme President of the Catholic Knights of America during his visit here this week and asked as to his views of the present condition and futur pros pects of the Catholic Knights President OConnor said in reply At present the order is 25000 strong and ia steadily growing In Kentucky the order is making satisfactory progress and during the past year shows a net gain I am particularly gratified with the work being done in Louisville by the Central Committee and by the great ma jority of the Louisville branches As to the disability fund I can say that I be lieve the Supreme Council will at its next session adopt some measure which will give relief to the aged and infirm mem bers The plan submitted by Mr W C Smith of Louisville is meeting with much favor The reserve fundwhich now amounts to 657250 I think should be kept intact and I hope to see it grow until it reaches the 1000000 mark After that I believe the natural increase will be sufficient to meet all demands This matter will in all probability be fully discussed at the meeting of the Supreme officers at St Louis to which meeting I am now on my way LEWIS dr PIAZZAS OPENING Quite a crowd attended the opening of Lewis Piazzas new store at 802 East Broadway last Saturday These young gentlemen are prepared to do a large business handling coffee tea and spices either in the wholesale or retail line The floral offerings of their friends were numerous Among these was a handsome horseshoe from RI Thom ton Co and a similar design from Deputy Circuit Clerk Prank Da her Owen L Lewis has spent eight years in the coffee and tea business in Park laud Joseph E Piazza it President of Trinity Council Y MI and Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors He a o d REAL INDIAN MAC vLEY s NightsMatinees The Wizard zrNew Musical Extravaganza Ingenious stage effects sparkling and catchy music light and pleasing humor HOPKINS TEMPLE THEATER MATINEES 210 EVENINGS 81B Another Great Bill for Thanksgiving Week Headed by tr GEORGE FULLER GOLDEN err Prince of Entertainers PROF McCARTS DOG AND MONKEY SHOW Worlds Greatest Animal Act Also the three Livingstons marvelous acrobats Irene Franklin in songs Swan and Bambard eccentric acrobatic comedians Dainty Dolly Theobald assisted by Howard Powers in A Pair of Run aways the Great Almond eccentric comedian and Mlle Latina perfection in physical culture and artistic postu- ringBUCKINGHAM WEEK COSlWENCmO SUNDAY NOV 23 HttlotH Sandty Monday Wednwdty BitsnUr IMMENSE SENSA- TIONVANITY FAIR BOB MANCHESTERS BEST companyThe sive equipped organization of 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Telephone 1050 261 West Jefferson Street All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Sir Antony MacDonnell has been appointed Under Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland The Rev Brother Shtnahan Assistant Superior General of the Presentation Order died at Mt St Joseph near Cork recentlyAndrew Beattie a member of the Dublin Corporation has been selected as a Unionists Compulsory Purchase candi date for West Down Driver Peacock an artilleryman at Dundalk Barracks was shot dead by John Stafford a companion Stafford claims he did not know the gun was loaded At Sligo quarter sessions Judge OCon nor Morris referred to the De Freyne es tate agitation and said he was exceed- Ingly glad that the dispute had been set tIedRevising Barrister Lawson has struck out the names of the clergymen in St Josephs Blackrock and in Clareville who were objected to by the Unionists at the recent revision Mary Lyons a domestic in the em ployment of James OMahony at Tralee recently swallowed a tablespoonful of oxalic acid mistaking it for salts Her death ensued several hours later The Most Rev Dr OCallaghanfelsbop of Cork has left for Rome for the purpose of making the prescribed quinquen nial visit ad Hrnina His lordship is not expected to return for some weeks At Longford on Friday Judtje Curran confirmed the sentence of two months with hard labor on Farrell M P lu default of bail defendant must undergo another two months imprisonment- At the Ennis quarter sessions William Russell a farmer was sent to prison for two months on a charge of having ob tained money and goods by false pre tencee from Stephen Clancy bootmaker Enniet hone Nash who kaaljuat served iu four months in the Cork jail for allege- offenses in connection with the dorrery land dispute was given a war welcome home A great demonstration n was held at Glanworth station in his honorThe I heads of the guilds of the mens branchof the Confraternity of the Sacred Heart met recently and passedi resolutions on the death of the Rev Father W J Phelan late pastor of thei united parishes of Ardfinan Ballybacon and Grange At the Cork Police Court a young lad named Henry Hayes Dunbar streets was chargedl with the manslaughter of another boy named Peter Paul Moynlhan Buckingham Place Accused was remanded At the inquest an open verdict was returned- A terrible double tragedy occurred at Stephenstown House Dundalk The head waiter named John Breen shot a ladys maid also employed in the house and then committed suicide At the in quest the jury found that Breen in a fit shot Miss Moore and then shot himself Nicholas Keating a provision merchant at Athy is mourning the loss of 41200 which he had stowed away in a box on the second floor of his home Mary Watts his niece who recently returned to Ireland from America has been arrested in connection with the theft It is stated onefourth of the missing money was found in her possession- Mr Harris Newcastle West whose sentence under the coercion act has been confirmed by Judge Adams arrived in Tralee for the purpose of giving himself up to the authorities Accompanied by a number of local Nationalists he walked to the prison but the Governor refused to receive him as the warrant had not ar rived An indignation meeting was then held outside the prison The third and concluding sitting of the Irish industrial conference organized by the Department of Agriculture and Tech nical Instruction for Ireland in connec tion with the Executive Committee of the Cork Exhibition took place in the Concert Hall Friday T P Gilt Secretary to the Department of Agriculture and Technical Instruction presiding Papers were read among others by Edmond Pim of Liverpool and C J Dunn Cork A largely attended meeting of the County Limerick landlords decided unan imously in favor of a conference between landlords and tenants ou the proposed purchase scheme Lord Dunraven who presided said that dual ownership could not be continued being disastrous to owners and occupants A conference of landlords and tenants would best con vince the British taxpayers that a final settlement of the land question was im perativeA of the clergy and laity in terested in the promotion of technical education m Limerick was held in the Town Hall The Mayor presided A re solution was adopted calling on employers to impress on their employes the neces sity of attending technical classes A resolution calling for State aid for the primaryschools under the Christian Brothers to provide facilitiesi and equip ments to the teaching staffs so as to remove disadvantages as compared with other primary schools was adopted During a recent coursing meeting at Kilmurray the Rev Father OConnell was struck with a whip by Henry Horni brook a young Protestant A few days later the men of Owens a nearby town Protestant and Catholicalike assembled to denounce the outrage A Protestant was elected Chairman of the meeting resolutions were passed denouncing the outrage and calling upon every sporting club in Ireland to exclude Hornibrook and all members of his family from par ticipation in their clubs under pain of boycottingBrother Thomas F Cronin of the Order of St John of God died very re cently at Stillorgan Castle County Dub lin In 1870 Brother Cronin while quite a youth was one of the first to respond to the call of Pope Pius IX for aid and attached himself to the Papal Zouaves where he served gallantly under Capt Dorcy On his return to Ireland at the close of the FrancoPrussian war young Cronin joined the Brotherhood of St John of God He was a devout Catholic and a staunch Irish Nationalist His death is deeply regretted LAROe FUNERAL Deputy Sheriff Nicholas Bodkin of Ludlow Ky who was killed in the per formance of his duty last week was an exceedingly popular official His fune ral which was held on Monday was the largest ever seen in Ludlow Hundreds of friends from Covington and Newport viewed the remains as they lay in state The body was removed from the home and taken to St James church at 0 oclock A solemn mass of requiem was celebrated by the Rev Father Kehoe assisted by the Rev Father McCaffery The Ludlow fire department turned out in a body and were accompanied by the Catholic Knights of America Every available carriage in Newport and Cov ington was in the funeral procession as it wended its way to St Stephens cemetery MACAULEYS Beginning with a matinee on Thanks giving day The Wizard of Oz the new musical extravaganza which at tracted so much attention during the summer in Chicago will occupy the boards at Macauleya Theater during the Teat of the week and including a Satur day matinee One of the attractive features is the great number of new and ingenious stage effects One scene worthy of particular mention is in the first act wherein a field of pePPY flowers in full bloom iscarried through a change of seasons from summer to winter The music is sparkling and catchy and the humor to light aad pleasingReversing the order many a velvet gown is trimmed with odd shaped de enbroideryAncloth on your velvet gown if it suite your f enclU0 a i c HISTOmRY Of the Oatliolib Knights of America Itocltcd by the Supreme President x Paid n High Tribute to W O Smith tho First Head of the Order towr Expense Is LossThnn That of Any Similar Benevolent Society tA LOYALTY TO GOD AND TO COUNTRY If The address of theHon P J OCon nor delivered before thj Catholic Knights of America last Sunday night not only showed that the distinguished visitor was in touch with the entire workings of the order but that he was also a master of eloquenceMr commenced his address by thanking the distinguished Mayor of Louisville for honoring the occasion with his presence referred pleasantly to a visit made to this rity fourteen years ago and expressed his gratitude to his Louisville brethren for the kindly treatment ac corded him this time and assured them that the happy memories of this visit will always be treasured m his heart He then referred to the various societies es tablished in this country to preserve the traditions of the old lands to their frequent gatherings which recalled the severance of old ties and the determination of their members to settle in the United States He dwelt upon their love of her institutions and the cordial wel come extended to such men who had resolved to work out their destiny in this fair land While commending those so cieties generally he stated they did not meet all the requirements of our Catholic people Attention wits then called to other organizations formed to provide protection for the families of their members but as some of their methods were not approved by oqi holy church we were advised not to affiliate therewith He then took up the history of the Catho tic Knights nnd showed that the order was founded in pursuance to a suggestion made by Bishop Feehan of Nashville in 1877 and which was acted upon by several members of his congregation who were firmly convinced of the great good which could be accomplished by Catholic men being united andinterested in each others welfare and in adopting a plan whereby in the event of their deaths those dependent upon them would be protected The result was that in May of that year the first bench of the Catho lic Knights of America was establshed Atthe first Supreme Council pfjthe order held in Louisville Brother William C Smith of this city was elected Supreme President A tribute was then paid Brother Smith for the success which at tended his administration and paved tbe way for the glorious career which the order has enjoyed since then Mr OCon nor then stated it was necessary for a member to be a practical Catholic and demonstrated that to be such meant that in addition to being a good man it would make him a loyal citizen of his country and the order was convinced that earnest belief in God and faith is the surest in centive to promote and protect liberty and citizenship He then alluded to the principal object of the order which is to afford financial protection to the families of the members to its growth from a few to about 25000 members and to the fact that it had paid to the beneficiaries Of its deceased members nearly 1600000 He gave cogent reasons why all prudent persons recognize the inestimable advantage of life protection emphasized how careful people are to insure their property aud yet a great many neglect to insure their lives which are more important to their families and far more subject to loss than their property He asserted that a man had no love in his heart if he does not provide protection for those near and dear to him Mr OConnor then showed that the expense of the management was less per member in the Cath olic Knights of America than any other fraternal organization of equal member ship that the assessment rates have the approval of the best experience and judgment that death claims are paid within a reasonable time that no boycott is placed upon people engaged in car lain occupations if they are otherwise qualified that steps will be taken at the next Supreme Council to afford the desired relief to our aged and Infirm members and that women are now eligible to join our order Mr OConnor then referred to our magnificent reserve fund which now amounts to over 651 000 and which was and is being accumu satisfied the widows and orphans of deceased members and that it is confidently ex pected that fund will soon be large enough to justify steps being taken regarding same which will result in reducing our assessments considerably I Mr OConnor then appealed to the young men to get in line with us be cause of the mutual benefits which will accrue therefrom and strongly urged all our members to exhibit the true fraternal spirit toward each other and take delight in enhancing each others welfare and prosperity Mr OConnor then concluded his ad onlyinstillsalso loyalty to our country referring ina glowing manner to the achievements of Catholic in this country the shedding of Catholic blood in the cauaeol civil and religious liberty the heroism and loyalty displayed by Catholic in the various wars in which wtr country has bet engaged aad thicecmitry ia tied to i tJ G =P I 1 f- o It every fibre of our hearts and no mortal power can shake our loving allegiance to its constitution and its laws and congratulated the Catholic Knights upon their splendid condition in this their silver jubilee year and earnestly hoped that the order will have a future that will sparkle with promise and bristle with glory MEMORIAM Tribute to My Departed Friend Henry Duono Who Passed Away Ono Year Ago In the present age of sordid egotism and duplicity on all sides one does not need the many beautiful passages of Holy Scripture or the oftquoted com ments of the great interpreter Shakespeare to be convinced that the best gift of God to man is a true friend Such was in all reality Henry Duane to all who came within the happy circle of youth and sunshine in which he lived an example to his companions through his loyalty and his devotion to their inter ests He was a fondly cherished son in a happy home of loved ones where his kindness and attention in this hallowed spot unknown to the world spoke vol umes on this much neglected virtue iti the youth of today As an eloquent ora tor once said The truest test of ones character is in everyday life at home not in public highways and the market place So in this the highest test Henry Duanes noble manly character shone preeminent Twas indeed a blighted home that remained after the departure of his loved presence and truly there was left a void that never can be filled In the great need of every home for affection he diffused it as lavishly as the sunshine of God and he had sufficient store too for his friends and adding to it his ever earnest sincere and happy state of mind he won and kept innumerable friends while all unconsciously to himself his example of a high ideal in manhood led them to ad mire and then to seek after that matchless jewel of youth in himmorality He was a valued employe of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company and when his last fatal illness seized him a month before his death he reluctantly though cheerfully left the office saying Ill soon be back again Taken flown to his bed he soon realized that his end was approaching and after the bitter struggle to youth and high hopes to surrender to the touch of death it was then the thought of his upright and virtuous life that filled him with hope and consolation as nothing else in this world could do Many may sneer and scoff while in health and strength only to realize when too late the truth of the words of the wise Judeau king Vanity of vanities and all is vanity but to love God and to serve Him alone Henry Duane too could repeat to his companions the memorable words of Walter Scott on his death bed My son live always a good andupright life for now I tell you there is nothing else will console you when you come to lie on a bed like this The allwise God whose ways we can not comprehend took home this beloved young man just as he stood on the threshold of real life in his twenty fourth year leaving behind him desolate aching hearts that may never know his like again But the worlds ways are perverse and deceiving and this conso lation remains to his loved ones that he passed to his Maker beautiful sweet and unsullied as when he was first laid on his mothers bosom One can not however suppress the voice of nature and in the language of another who loved and lost we exclaim 0 far the touch of a vanished hand And the sound of a voice that is still JOHN MULLANEY Who Departed This Life One Year Ago This Month About one year ago there was called into eternity one of Gods noblemen nnpreteni duty This man was Officer John Mul laney Although the grass grows green above his grave his widow and children still mourn his untimely taking off for John Mullaney was a loving husband and a kind and affectionate father More than that no man woman or child in distress ever appealed to him and was refused aid His hand was ever in his pocket for the widow and orphan He could not bear to see his fellowmen in trouble Good rich Irish blood coused through his veins and if he could not relieve your distress it was not because he was not willing No tongue or pen of poet or orator could say more of John Mullaney than that he served his God and loved hisfellowmenA HALF RATES Col Sid Gates Louisville agent of the Big Four announces half rates from Louisville to Chicago and return good between November 29 and December 3 on account of the Live Stock Exposition This will affotd all who desire an excel lent opportunity to visit the Windy City Tickets can be secured at the Big Four office at Fourth and Market WAR WIT It was during the battle of Colenso when a perfect bail of shot and shell was pouring into the position occupied by the Dublin Fusileers Suddenly one of the privates was seen to turn tail and run as hard as be could Halt you coward or Ill put a bullet into yowl roared the colonel What dp you mean by running away like that Shure answered the private Pat people say that the world is round so I was only going to attack the enemy ju the rear- In great favor among the laces this season is the yak lace in shades of white and colors as well since It is dyed very successfully It is used to trim both rough and smooth clothsl and especially good in dull tony of white which either abow the gray or ecra tints i SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE y fQ IIIIIuPGut n1M In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent ManagerW IRISH 8 SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas J Dolan RogersRecordingFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerJohn Mulloy DIVISION 2 Meets on the Second and Fourth Thurs day Evenings of Each Month President William T Meehan Vice PresidentCon J Ford Recording Secretary John J Sullivan Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month MackeyViceRecording SecretaryPat J Welsh Financial SeccretaryWill E Durns 350 Nineteenth street TreasurerGeorge J Butler- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy LynchRecording Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurerohn DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President John Kinney HoganViceLynchSecretaryobn TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern IRISH AMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month President John J Flynn First Vice PresidentJoseph Nevin MinogueRecording Financial SecretaryThomas Walsh TreasurerThomas Keenan SergeansatArms J Heffernan Sentinel Tim Lyons tttt BANQUETSWEDDINGS WEDDINGSRECEPTIONS Furnished and Served Complete CCE6 KEY OATIDR R SEVENTH AND JEFFERSON Bakery and Confectionery Ice Cream all kinds ODDS AND ENDS The twentyfifth anniversary of Justice John M Harlans entrance to the United States Supreme Court will be celebrated by the Washington bar who will give a great banquet in honor of the distin guished Kentuckian on December 0 News comes from Montreal that it is semiofficially announced that Archbishop Bruchesi will soon be made a Cardinal to fill the place in the College of Cardi nals made vacant by the death of I Cardinal Taschereau Frank Bonner declares he will not play with Tebeaus Louisville team next sea son The Boston National League wants him notwithstanding the fact that Louisville signed him last July The brief appointing Monsignor Sbar retti as Apostolic Delegate tp Canada was signed by Pope Leo last Tuesday- BUCKINGHAM Theatergoers who enjoy variety shows composed oi light extravaganza and the latest vaudeville features should attend the Buckiugham next week to see Vanity Fair presented by Bob Manchesters big company For Thanksgiving week the beautiful Ami has been secured and will present at each performance The Frame of Life the great European sensation The olio is first class all through and in cludes Pardello the heavyweight wrest ler who will meet all comers Matinees every day HOPKINS THEATER riThe very beat that tlie tMKievUle field affords has been presenter i season at Hopkins Theater and tSer result has been indeed satisfactory Never before has a better bill been presented than that for next week headed by George uller Golden a recognized prince of eattctala era backed by singers comedians and acrobats of the beat class Besides the other fine attractions will be Prof Mc Carts dog and monkey show presenting the worlds greatest animal act Wile LaUma will be seen in the perfection of physloal culture aad artistic posing r t RfAGANS EXCHANGE I S W Cor Preston and Market scatInesSPEOIALBest Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up Tel 5132 C J SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard- Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets Telephone 2241 w HERRMAM BROSt IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street Illinois GdlltrallBEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETWE- ENLouisville MemphisAND New Orleans Two Fast Trains Daily Yes tibuled Throughout and Lighted by Gas Cafe Diners Buffet Library Cars SleepersFree Cars Close Connections to and from Arkansas Texas and tho Southwest SPRINGSLINE Through Sleeper reservations CincinnatiLouievillo Hot Spring- sExcursion Sleepers Through to California From Chicago Cincinnatior Louisville without change and at low rates anyIllinoisW1 McBRIDE City AgentFourth A H Hanson ChicagoWm A G P A Louisville BIG FOUR ROUTE TO Indianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND y INDIANA and i 3- S MICHlGA BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 969 Fourth Ave 8J GrATJB a General Agent Louisville Ky WARREN J LYNCH G PAWM P DEPPS A G P A CINCINNATI 0c0- D i h n c err K NTUOIcY XHJn AMERJOAN GEHER SONCom- plete Assortment Latest Styles and Best Makes COOKING AND HBATI- NGSTOVES CAST AND STEEL RANGES 214 Market Street Near Second Ta JI WATHENS ICEW CREAM fFACTORY lCREAMERY AND BAKERY l629 Eighth St Louisville Ky Finest Vanilla and Lemon Creams per gallon 75c Sherbets all kinds per gallon 75c Peach Strawberry and Chocolate per gallon S5c Brick and Euchre Cream pergallon 100 CHARLOTTE RUSSEFinest quality all sizes 25c 35c 60c and up Individuals per dozen 60c Try them You will be pleased All kinds of Fancy Cakes made to order Capacity 1500 gallons per day Goods shipped as far as two hundred miles Fine Cakes made daily Special prices to churches festivals hotels dealers andeveryday ordersHomee Telephone 2144 = r 1 0 DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN ID KdffliaD- UNDERTAKERS I II II- WIZlS West Market Street Bett Twelfth and Thirteenth IB PHON 12402 All D Galls IllriagcsIll == I f = NEAPecrkoo7reeprnqPenmtlll1llip or7htlnet hd1luIilill f N TelepawtrJ 3m fiend For n ialo9ucrSeven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now in our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged School building in the South Visitors always welcome School open all year Students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT President STATIONERS r PRINTERS BINDERS BOOKSELLERS The Bradley Gilbert Co INCOKPOBATED Blank Booke Paper Box Manufacturers Representatives of the Hammond Typewriter for Kentucky Typewriter Supplies Ribbons etc lor all Machines Core Third and Green Sts LOUISVILLE KY r Mt t Mt t Mt t +t + t + t t t t t ttt PARADISE SAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR Homo Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson St HttHtttt DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREZVING COIMPANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 XOUISVILLE KY SOCIETY PRINTINGT- he Kentucky Irish American has excellent facilities for doing firstclass job printing Business cards invita tions bill and letterheads statements envelopes dodgers t etc neatly and promptly executed at reasonable prices Call at 326 West Green street and see us before ordering I S1 HENRY C1 LAUER T LEPHON ixstoi Jfin Wines and Liquors Livery BoardingStable S07 E JEFFERSON St 428 and 430 ttrnneh House 905 West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET A1Or31rT y IDIrRA1V3C1 WALTERS Clay= 5tfeet Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET TL liaic 24tt2 or LOUISVILLE KY 4 + a LADIES AND CHILDRENS i LUNDI3RWI3ARJLadies Vests for or Pants worth15c heavy Fleecelined extra size Ribbed Vests French baud iiLadies match worth 350 7Rc i Ladies Fast Black Allwool Ankle length Closed Tights worth QQi i 125 for iJOL extra fine Natural Gray Ribbed Vests fancy crocheted iiLadies silk front French band for match worth 750J iJbJLCO I This fall a of Black Goods in 0 29 the newest the Voilles ette Cloth de Chine weaves m silk and wool The is the and latest fabric but it by no silky of the and- Cre Cloth 6 a A heavy Cheviot for o Skirts 56 inches wide in Oxford gray brown mixed light gray blue mixed and solid black per yard 8oc T and A fine Thibet Cloth inches wide for in brown mixed tan and black T 1 at per yard P 1 o A 56 inches wide i in brown brown mixed gray mixed at per yard N 1 TV mixedjiyard P 1 vV Assured Those Who Attend This Enter The Evans Comedy Com pany will give an for the benefit of St church at St Hall 1409 West at 8 oclock evening The hall has been decorated and furnished with new scenery and electric lights for this and an evening is to all who attend The pastor Rev Father Felton is laboring bard to pay off the debt on his new church and he deserve the support of the generous people of Louisville He is doing a great work among the colored people of this city and so far has received much Of course the arc aU colored people but the to be first class The company is headed by the famous Silver Lea Quartet made up as follows J Clark first tenor Thomas Clark second tenor Joseph Sutor basso and Albert Ross baritone They were formerly with Fiskes Jubilee Singers In the olio will appear George Furst and William Hamilton in Fun on the Quiet Ton Weaver baritone soloist Clark and Kd Miller in a unique sketch Prof Ben Balls mandolin band Etta Lewis Co Owen Evans and Prof Hawkins the South Sea The will close with the farce The Indian in which the company will take part THE RED Will Hold a Great Charity Carnival Monday With Two is in readiness for the opening of the Red Mens Charity Carni val which will be held at Hall all of next week It to be the most affair ever under taken by local lodge men During the past week many new and novel attrac Lions have been secured Not only have the eleven tribes of and Jeffer son county and the tribes of and New A1 any entered Into the spirit of the RtfotrV but they have in addition the of the of Pocahontas the ladies to theI Red Prof Charles Hull of Bisbee Ariz a Red Man of the Par Nest will the of the carnival and it is believed that Thomas G Harrison Grand of the Red Men will be present several days The bu ineaa men of have leen generous in aiding the Red yoeniin heirbig aid now the gen rose hearted people act only of Louis ilfe but of all are asked to do their part in the carnival a 1 1fancycworthOne lot of Childrens and Woolmixed Suits white gray argcsizes oridrop seats 35c and 5oc for LJ One lot of Childrens Fleecelined 0 neck and 0 Cbuttons 0linedfor Colored Cloths and Black Dress Goods 0 we beautiful collection allwool are fashionable Etamines Mignonette Powder o Crispine Crepe Granite Lansdowne perhaps daintiest outshines the beauty Clairette Carmelite Rainyday I 56 100 Tailormade Suitings graymixed 25 Reversible Golfing andi i per we new is 44 the 0for in 1 0 is new out of the 46 r 0per H l 1 de the for I 1 0LOTS FUN Thanksgiving tainment Ferguson entertainment Augustine Augustines Broadway Thursday Thanksgiving handsomely entertainmen enjoyable promised encouragement performers entertainment promises Ferguson Humphrey magician entertainment Reservation entire MEN Beginning Matinees Everything Liederkranz promises pretentious Louisville Jeffersonville cooperation Daughters auxiliary MenI noted superintend management Incobonee undertaking Kentucky miking 1 heavy Cotton mostly worth Union silktaped i Fleece jyU show means Today will show the Crispine iCloth which inches wide pro per thing dresses soft and rich 5thisMohair Roxana another and attractive fabric quite ordi nary inches wide aryard yard this week price 1I5 44inch Silk and Wool Clairette 5priceI44inch Wool Crepe Chine proper thing tucked suits worth 5theJ BACON SONS Bet Third and Fourth MARKET STREETBet Third and Fourth OF Louisville J Jf success Thousands of invitations have been sent to cities in Kentucky cud in the adjacent States and it is probable that the hotels will be well filled all of next week by visiting Red Men and their CHAIRMAN D H RUSSELL families David H Russell is Chairman of the Executive rCotmnittee that has the affair in charge which is in itself a guar antee that there will be plenty doing and something all the time during the week In addition to Mr Russell there are on the Executive Committee such popular gentlemen as Charles A Ross Lew Roberts A C Fahrenberg P E Galloway Dr Harry Phillips and A J SteeleIThe entire list of attractions will br out of the ordinary The life habits and methods of the American aborigines will be shown The hall will be transformed into an Indian village or encampment Indian trinkets and other articles will be sold Many of the Red Men and Daughters of Pocahoutas will appear in Indian costumes Mrs Josephine Miller is Chairman of the Ladies Auxiliaryand among her energetic assistants are Miss Katie Michael Miss Julia Hunley and Miss J C Quick There will be only two matinees one on Thanksgiving day and one ou Satur day for children No tickets will be sold outside the building A WORD ABOUT CON DABEY Con Babey proprietor of Babeys Lace Curtain Laundry at 008 West Jefferson street is the original launderer of lace curtains in the city of Louisville He was the first workman in the business In Louisville during the life of his late and estimable mother Madame Dabey aud is still carrying on the business He has been fairly prosperous too but recently several competitors have sprung UP tn this line Among them there are those who go so jfar as to sue him to prevent him from t 5ag the trade name of Babeya Lace C laIn Laundry Mr Con Babey worked bard to build up the trade originally and has been the preceptor ef tk fcil coengra in the burineM He deserve ik jatjpportof the public and ought to with straws 1 r II ri- R u c TRINITY ANNUAL All Ready For the Thanksgiving Eve Euchre and Dance at Their Hall Trinity Council has for many years past entertained its members and their friends on Thanksgiving eve This year strenuous efforts have been made to make the occasion the most enjoyable ever undertaken and for two weeks committees have been arranging for the euchre and dance that will take place at Trinity Hall East Gray street next Wednesday evening A number of unusually handsome prizes have been received and all who attend are assured an evening of real pleasure Monday evening Trinity met in regular session initiated one candidate and re ceived five applications This is certainly good work and in appreciation thereof President Piazza and the council invite all members of Satolli and Mackin Coun cils to visit Trinity next Monday night and witness its excellent team confer the degrees A hearty reception awaits all who attend Next in importance will be the nom ination of officers Joe Piazza who has made a most excellent and careful Presi dent could have the office for another term without opposition but can not spare the time from his business There fore Tom Garveys friends are push lug him for the place and the annual election which is always rather warm because of the many candidates promises to be quite exciting Garvey says his platform will be broad enough for all aud will include such planks as must help the Ladies Auxiliary CROKER BUYS ESTATE Beautiful Spot In Limerick Once Owned By His Ancestors Richard Croker recently acquired an estate in Ireland to which he will soon ship the stallions Dobbins and Americus It is his intention to establish an exten sive studfarm The estate is at Ballin garry County Limerick According to B friend of the purchaser it is one of the most benuutlful spots in Ireland Senti mental interest attaches to the place for Croker it having belonged it is said to his ancestors It was this place that he had in mind when he first went abroad but circumstances then prevented him from acquiring it The difficulties were removed and not long ago the negotia tions were completed FOR CHARITY SAKE The ladies of St Helens Kindergarten ire arranging to give a lunch to the chil mien attending that school on Thanks iving day The Catholics of the city- ronlddo well to assist these ladies with iberai contributloM Jaid them in car ying on their good work I 0 n- U r President PITTSBURGH t rI Try our 4th Pool Coal if you want your fires to hold fire over night Screened Lump 25 bus325Sc- reened Lump 100 bus 1300 Anthracite per ton1200Cru- shed Coke 50 bus 550 Lump Coke 50 bus 500 Pa61f16 Goal1 GO 18212686OffsJ 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 Firo Commissioners United States Government and Boards of Health QUICKER BETTER AND CHEAPER THAN BRUSH WORK IM olBiRiiiiEisr MGR1631 Gallagher Street Louisville Ky Telephone 5878 Drop Postal for Estimate IIU tlOklfl II Iti1F uIiUUIiDU EIIII ft iUUKIP I iii i ii- ii And Embalmers i MISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer = Carriages furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice I i MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET i= TELEPHONE 810IIftIIDD ftDnft BUDI ftn UftftUI 1I FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY El 1tSflllt lf lfrl 11 I Ili i if4f1E ls lti l I MllMooflMollllm6fltGompallll7ESIGNERS l= OFIII ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE = I i Ii fionuments B i Artistic Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy g II WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET iiE UlDDftDftIIftIftft IF1ilEi I ItIFI nliI un1UI fc killed Jrtists 1 fNJi enl Illustrators ENDS PEN ER and ExpertAaountant Guarantee ofPerfect0rkl UMAYER l1 JGHIIGH Engravers JPlate Makers CORTIUIID 1RJHloUSVlutKY 1forBUIIne6sr 1111 jii JOHN F OBRTEM BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14Q044Q4 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY I