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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 n j h I S KENTUCKY IRIll AMERICAN VOLUME XNO 23 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY 11 APRIL 4 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS LONG SERVICE The Very Rev Father flax Has Been Fifty Years a X Priesty I Three Days Celebration inI Jf Honor of His Golden Jubilee 4 f Congregation and Catholic Societies Will Pay Himk Honor RESPECTED BY ALL CHRISTIANS Everything is in readiness for the approaching celebration of the golden jubilee of the ordination of the Very Rev Father LawrcnccfiBax the beloved pastor of St Johns church et Clay and Walnut streets The celebration will last three days Monday Tuesday andI Wednesday April 1314 and 15 Mon day has been set apart as the day for the members of the congregation Tuesday for the members of the various conferences of the St Vincent de Paul Society in Louisville and the Catholic Knights of America and Wednesday for the visiting Archbishops Bishops and priests and the local clergy On Friday April 10 the work of deco- ratingf the exterior of of the church school hall and pastoral residence will1 begin On Monday April 13 the floral decorations inside the church will be put I in place The committee in charge has every detail in excellent shape and it is safe to iiS1 that the golden jubilee of Fathers iwill be royally celebrated- It Is a great honor to be a priest even for a day or a year What must be the feelings then of this venerable man of God wife rebi spent fifty years at th- ealtarl ttj Bax is older than 90 per centVie bUJBgregation He has admin isterefrtwMcrament of baptism to fullyM 90 percem of them and has prepared1 more than that number for their first holy communion and confirmation He has administered the sacrament of pen ance to an untold number He has joinedi many of them in the holy bonds of mat simony baa administered the sacrament of eztreiaeanellegto He 7 foijowat Totl last resting place in the grave He is the oldest resider- pastor in the city and diocese No wonder that be is well beloved by his people Of course there will be masses every morning during the three days of the jubilee On Monday evening the people of the congregation will assemble in the large school hall to congratulate the venerable jubilarian John T Garraghty will speak for the married men Michael F Hill for the single men Mrs John Stuckenborg for the married women and Miss Ella Francis for the young ladle Between the addresses there will1 be musical selections by the best vocal and instrumental talent in the city E J Mann will preside during the exercises and will present Father Bax who I respond to the congratulatory address Before dispersing all will unite in singing the Te Deum On Tuesday evening the members of the St Vincent de Paul Society a Catholic Knights of America will assemble to congratulate Father Bax John A Doyle Secretary of the Particular Coa cil of the St Vincent de Paul Society will deliver an address in behalf of that society and W C Smith will speak behalf of the Catholic Knights of America On Wednesday morning the real anniversary l1 of his ordination the members of St Vincent de Paul Society 114 in num ber will form aa arch from the pastoral residence to the church door Under this arch the Bishops and processInto on willj follow the clergy into the church and take seats in the middle aisle After they are seated the individual members of the congregation will be admitted to the church Father Bax will be celebrant of the mass His nephew and grandnephew will be deacon and aubdea respectively The nephew and grandnephew of the venerable Father Bax arrived here yesterday They came aero the ocean from Holland to aseiat at the jubilee of their kinsman Following the jubilee mas Wednesday morning the visiting Bishops and clergy will be tendered a banquet in the school hall Rev Charles P Raffo will preside as toastmaster and responses will be made bya number of distinguished priests The banquet will be on a mOlt e elaborate scale Messrs E J Mann Ben Hand Albert F Martin and Attorney Joe Conkling have labored early and late for the con gregation and to them much credit is due for the success that has attend every undertaking connected with t jubilee a APPOINTS DELEGATES Coy Beckham last Tuesday named a big list ofdelegate to the National Cans ference of Charities and Correctt- owhichraesta at Atlanta early in May Amor the i eabefa are Va3 Rev Bd iiioddmbrieht 4bbOt ofkiie5inl attd Rev Father C J OConnell of lam tows CoMiderable Nrpcie has be- Mesjpirei the aceion of tie yenfr Ovvtraor wbo MHM to hart iMMcd V representatives for all local institutions excepting those conducted under Catholic auspices Our asylums and hospitals are the largest and most numerous here and it is hard to understand why they have been overlooked UNVEILED Beautiful Crucifixion Group at the Church of the Sacred Heart The solemn yet beautiful ceremony of unveiling the handsome crucifixion group at the Church of the Sacred Heart was performed at 730 oclock Sunday night Many handsome flowers and myriads of lights were tastefully arranged around the pedestal where the artistic group had been erected The group represents the messed Mother of Our Saviour St Mary Magdalen and St John the Beloved DIs- ciple at the foot of the cross The figures are of bisque and were molded by a noted European artist The group is a memorial gift of a lady of the parish to the Church of the Sacred Heart Rev Father Walsh is justly proud of this new ornament to his church The sermon on the occasion of the unveiling was preached by the Rev Father P M J Rock who took for his text Let Us Go Up to Jerusalem FatherRock led his auditors Jerusalem through its streets following Christ with His cross to the crucifixion and death until He was finally laid in the tomb It was one of Father Rocks most eloquent efforts During the evening Lambilottes Mag nificat was exquisitely rendered by a tull choir The services closed with benediction of the most blessed sacrament THOS F WINN A Former Well Known Resident of New Albany Prospering- iu Idaho Thomas F Winn for years a well1 known resident of New Albany where he was local agent for the Prudential Life Insurance Company is now the ileading furniture dealer at St Anthony Idaho While a young man in out sister city he worked his way up until the itaSuperintendenlfor Ogden Utah from where he removed to St Anthony to engage la business for Jtl lI 1 lriahmatpast been spending all his energies to wend the erection of a new church at St Anthony and is Treasurer of the Building Committee For this purpose he got up a great musical and jliterary entertainment on St Patricks day which realized a handsome sum off money for the worthy object A copy o the programme was received at this office i j equalInhas come to our notice tbiu year Mr Winns friends in the Falls Cities will be prosperity EUCHREes I Novel Entertainment to Be IrishAmennd can Society nAn Irish euchre That is what the IrishAmerican Society proposes for itsi einfriends t Hibernian Hall The entertainment will1 be novel and unique in many respects and an evening of rare enjoyment is promisedThe meeting was held lasttt Thursday evening when the committees named last month by President Flynn submitted complete reports Besides this jother matters of importance were brought forward for consideration and1 the meeting throughout was exceedingly interesting All the members are urgedI to be present as a large number of applii cations are expected to be reported on end new members will be initiated j lIIayIntereSts successfulC01jweathered the storms of the past save yearsAfter 1 hallbeenJ JoeNevinjDenny Heffernan and Secretary Tom Claire who spoke quite eloquently for the IrisbAmeiicans of Louisville e FATHER PLVNNS CHANGE Rev Joseph A Flynn who has bern istationed at the Catholic church at Win heater has been transferred to Veroua Boone county and will take charge of Flynnisi et regrheitoto i muyfriendsBoone county are to be congratulated upon bis appointment to minister to their spiritual wants nsINSPECTIONS The yearly inspection of home and lrd ahtl tpl wnnrllails f 1 now iu progrowmake work will be perforasma A d OIl ruEdaeing a n i KENTUCKYS WORLD tt I VAIR BUILDING a i I jt L BIRDS OF PREYi Led On By W T Burcb Make Ridiculous Chargcsln Court Women Seek to Recover Dam ages From Sisters of the Good Shepherd Claim Made That the Sisters Have People Hypnotized In This County 1 CHMGEOFJBIOB IS ASKED FO i t Yal claiL1 to being a lawyer but who has had several tilts with the Louisville Bar questioncable methods has come into prominence again This time he poses as the legal representative of one Hattie Moore and one Rosa Wilhite women who when they were children were placed in the ShepherdInthe Sisters for damages alleged to have been sustained by their being kept Iin theyhadRosa Wilhlte asks for the modest sum of 25000 Hattie Moore asks 5000 Th cases have been pending some time Last Monday Burch appeared befo Judge Thomas R Gordon and made a motion for a change of venue in thesIcivil cases alleging that these women could not get a fair trial in Jefferson county because the Sisters of the G Shepherd exercised an undue influence over the minds of the people of this city andcounty appearedforMr Fitzgerald said iu part when spoken to about the matter I am given to understand that th plaintiffs attorney thinks that too mac ppublicity In the papers has already been given these cases but if that be true it Iis assuredly not the fault or at the instance of the Sisters I have also been advise tthat the Daughters of liberty have be come interested to the extent of support ing these plaintiffs in this action and i phamphlets indicated that wrong had been done these two girls As a matter of fact these youn women were brought here from th almshouse in Hardin county were prop erly placed in the Convent of the Sitters of the Good Shepherd and have there nprne to pie that persons inimical to th institution are fostering the suits The motion was argued at length yes terday bore Judge Gordon and as was expectedwas overruled Not long ago this same fellow Burch attempted to secure the release of a sixteen year old girl from the Convent of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd where the had been placed to prevent her fromi entering upon a life of shame He tried the habeas corpus route via Judge Asher G Caruth and was promptly side SterlingBI reached the first station Burch is not alone in the nefarious work of attempting asperse the character of the work done aideni d and abetted by Dr D Ti Smith who iis a notorious baiter of Roman Catholic and by P A HaeeeqtJohn GMooreJ J andJohDMalkemn that the aforesaid Hattie and Rosa can not get justice iin Iouleville because itf thenadae ovthecouutYtHBttKk knows toU iiJiKiHHt be RgthnNceart of Vun r r the Good Shepherd + W particular If he were half as energetic in the use of soap and water as he is in fighting the Catholics he would presen a much better appearance in and ou e of court e RECENT DEATHS fc Mrs Minnie HenAon a highly re spected and popular lsdp of the West End died Monday night at her home BShewell known letter carrier who with two children have the heertfelt sympathy of the entire community in their great b- ereavementf rWe regret to announce the death of Miss Aileen May Whitman who passed away Monday at her home 2010 West Broadway She ivba the daughter of James and Annie Wlr man to whom the sympathies of manglemehds are extended mornR ling and was jargei attended the inter ment being in St JiM cemetery icj 1Yng the death of their infant daughter Eleanor Louise who died Tuesday morning at the parental home 1524 Pope street She was a bright and promising child and her demise has rendered a happy home desolate The funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon when the remains were tenderly laid to rest in St Louis cemetery respectedcltizenresidence 1521 Pope street last Friday afternoon Mr Marrillia was for years a trusted employe of the Mel wood Distill SteJosephs church Monday morning at 9 friendsreattended the funeral and the family have have the sympathy of the community in- nI their bereavement goescalThirteenth and Grayson streets whose home has been made desolate by the death of their bright little son Clarence Willtam Though not yet two years old the little fellow was a favorite and leader among his older playmates who are deeply grieved over his deathwhich Thehthe Church of the Immaculate Concep tion thde late William Sheehan passed away Sun day evening after along and useful life EdwardnSheehan foreman at the Lithgow Manu facturing Company and for some time she had made her home with his family cleveremother and kind hearted friend she was held in high esteem by a wide circleo acquaintances as WAS shown by the large attendance the funeral services which aet churchTusaday morningt Louis Edmund Mlchot whose Tuners1f took place from the Cathedral Saturday was a native of Switzerland but had re sided here for over half a century While Louisville was stills Muall town he en gaged in the jewelry business with his brothers Eugene and Edward in the old National Hotel Mn Mlchot was note for Jlls kind and loving disposition an performed many deed of charity un known to those only whom he befriended He wasan ardent and devout member of the Cathedral of the Mumption and he died aa he had always lived a true aad devout Catholic am his familiar face maDYfrleOOsandacqua1 Louisa Mlchot aud o te son Spalding E Michot who hu bia connected with paRfiftiena NOV JL LAWNFET13 An egg hunt iIa bdog arranged to take take place on thekwii ofat Prance of racyRomes church in dtftou on the after AdmtadouIarraurasi t = raIr7 SPECTACULAR Dedicatory Ceremonies to Bo Held at the St Louis Worlds Fair rilliant Array of Army and Navy Officials In Full Uniforme Cardinal Gibbons Will Invok- the Divine Blessing1 On Opening Day e CATHOLICS GREATLY IHTERESTEDl t A The approaching dedicatoryt services Iof the Worlds Fair at St Louis holds a particular interest for Catholics allover the United States The Worlds Fair is to be held in commemoration of the purchase of that vast territory north and west of the Mississippi river It must be remembered that this ground was made sacred by the blood of Catholic missioni arles and explorers long before the Government of the United States had fittingthereforetakingBgreat interest in the coming fair His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons should be chosen to open the dedicatory ceremonies with prayer and it Is believed that these ceremonies will be the most memorable yearSpecialir each of three days April 30 and May 1 and 2 The United States Governmenttf the city of St Louis and the Exposition managers are sparing neither expense nor effort to make the centennial i memoration of the signing of the Louisi ana Purchase treaty a national affair worthy to be long remembered and preserved in our historical picture galleries bringtogetherI illustrious assemblage of public functionaries and church dignitaries President Roosevelt exPresident Cleveland the Cabinet the Supreme Court the army and navy of the United States the Governors r of States with their National Guards the Ambassadors and Ministers of fortytwo great nations Cardinal Gibbons Bishop Potter and other representatives of the great religious nominations The treaty day centennial April 0ofwill be devoted to the ceremonial dedica fsexposition founded to commemorate the Louisiana purchase These cerement will be preceded by the most impai military pageant ever seen in this co try escorting President Roosevelt al foreigndiplomatic preme Court the members of both houses of Congress exPreeident Cleveland and the church dignitaries wile are to take part in the ceremonies This grand mill tary parade will be composed of selected regalerad i I bet of more than 5000 and many rt meats of the National Guard from t various States escorting their Governors At the head of the immense array 111 ride the grand Marshal Adjt Gen bra and a brilliant staff of mounted aide detailed by the Governors to represent the Nationall Guard of each State Conspicuous positions in the parade will be assigned to Gen Mile Gen John hate Admiral Dewey and other cc brated officers who have accepted invitations and also to such Governors u troopsriving the great military parade will march past the reviewing stand which haebeen erected In the central avenue for President Rooee wit ax President Cleveland the dipia gaestaxk d u r tI J rJJ j i the liberal arts palace where seals be provided for 00000 spectators ofI 2000 choristers and a grand orchestra 2000 instruments Here the exercises will be interspersed with classic choruses from Beethoven Handel and Gounod the first number The Heavens Proclaim Him being followed by the invocation pronounced by his Eminence Cardinal Gibbons The buildings will then be formally presented by President Francis to the President of the National Commis sion and by tim to the President of the United States who will proceed with th formal dedication After the conclusion- bf President Roosevelts address ex President Cleveland will deliver the ora tion of the occasion This will be followed by the chorus Unfold Ye Portals and a prayer by Bishop Hendrix Following this the full chorus with band accompaniment and the audience will sing America Right Rev Henry G Potter will close with a benediction the audience dispersing amid the thunders of an international salute from the artillery On May 1 the religions exercises will1 be conducted by Rev Carl Swenson of Kansas and Rev S J Nichols and on May 2 by Rev W R Harper of Chi cago and Rabbi Harrison of St LouisfMay 1 will be diplomatic day Ambassadors and Ministers of foreign governments will be received with ad dresses of welcome by President Francis a number of them responding withspeeches May 2 will be Governors day when Gov Dockery will deliver an ad- dress of welcome to the Governors pres ent eliciting responses from them It is expected that they will assist in laying the cornerstones of the State buildings a on that day and make an international festival day of it Another feature of the third exercises will the most impos iing civic parade ever attempted in St Louis This under the management 0f Grand Marshal Col Spencer a graduate granddimensionsi now would fall far short of the mark Both the second and third days will be signalized by the most gigantic and spectacular display of fireworks that has ver been attempted in any country or on any occasion 0MACKIN COUNCIL Held a Lively and Spirited Mooting Last Monday Evening Mackin Council held a well attended nightItat jfWclchfwas elected fonJcmberi ship The visiting committee reported John Schaeffer and A J Gross as improving Satolli Council sent an Invite tion to the members of Mackin CouncilI to attend a lecture by James C OCon nor the attorney at its hall next Monday which was received and accepted with thanks The committees report on aadoptfterA motion was made and passed to sendI letter of condolence to Messrs T Jeff annon and Pat Bannon Jr mother died a week ago A committee announced that Fern Grove had been secured for a picnic to be held on June 9 The following committee was appointed1 to make the necsssary arrangements George Lautz William Kerberg Frank Adams Hugh Higgins Alfred Wald Thomas Shaughnessy Frank Lanahan Fred IIerp George F Simonis and Joan Galway iim1 were given some good advice by Messrs William Galway Daniel Cunnlffe Wit iam Kerberg Charles Raidy and Jack Shelley all members of the old guard AFTER FIRST PRIZE Catholic Knights to Visit Their State Spiritual Director The meeting Wednesday evening of Catholdrr esting and best attended since the first the year It was decided that the members should meet in a body at the chool hall of St Johns parish on Tuesday evening April 14 and then via Spiritsngal congratnj u aanivecsarydl of Branch 042 having carried off the second prize offered by the Central Com mittee last year is now striving to capture the first prize offered by the State convention to the branch securing the largest number of new members before bodyiresignation President Thomas wlmjj timeheto come impossible to attend meetings hence his action ItCorj high j position He is a good presiding officer and an indefatigable worker and will make a worthy successor to Mr Sheehanu DANCEleMessrs Jack Shelley Dan Weber and appointedAr a ce to be gives under the auspices of MackiIn Council at Fountain Ferry Park ori the evening of April 38 Every member of Jiackin Council iti aiding the cowtaittee In its effort to make the cowing dance the aaoet popular sociall ftMetfetf Vet onacild u j- U n M 1 I PUBLIC ENTRY Of Archbishop Healy Marked BY Elaborate Display in TauntQ Priests and People Assembled theeNew Prelate Urged the People to Secure the Full Measure of Land Reform a PASTORS AS MANAGERS OF SCHOOLS Most Rev Dr Healy the newlyap pointed Archbishop of Tuam made his public eatry into Tuam March 17 The ffestival of St Patrick was accordingly a memorable day in the annals of tbew giventhegreat procession met his Grace about escortedhimwas then said and at the conclusion of the mass a panegyric of St Patrick was preached by the Archbishop His Grace dealt especially with the labors of St Patrickand his disciples in the diocese of Team and pointed to the immense success which bad attended their efforts offof St Patrick and his companions was cstatelyhurchesarchitecture of which has never since been rivaled in this country His Grace JarlathsCollegewere presented to him on behalf of speaking the priests of Tuam said he trusted thatFa brighter day was dawning for all Ire l populationtrusted all work together to give effect to the great measures of land reform that lawduringThey should strive in every other justifi able way to do everything they could to promote Jhe temporal BJL well aa the spiritual interests of their faithful people GalwayCOllarge programme before them viz to secure the full benefit of the forthcoming measure of land reform to promote agri cultural and technical education to develop still further their fisheries and to cultivate their waste lands In every ti CountyCounciland arduous work they might rely on his cooperatione Replying to the address of the national teachers of the archdiocese his Grace said he noted with particular satisfaction the paragraph in which they declared that they had perfect confidence in the wise and salutary guidance of the priests and Bishops in the management of their schools and that they would not tolerate r any authority to come between them andNtheir ecclesiastical superiors iu this mat ter That emphatic declaration was worthy of them as true Catholics and true Irishmen for they might depend upon it although mistakes might be made in individual cases that they would find it from every point of view better and safer as Irish Catholics to trust their pastors in the management of their schools than to put their trust in any out side authority whatever- In reply to the Mayo County Council address his Grace said he believed that Mayotheying the settlement of the land question iswhich was now almost certain to be ar rived at Mr T W Russell had said the other day in an eloquent speech that Mayo was the storm center whence the whirlwinds of land reform had swept over the rest of Ireland There could be itno doubt that only things hSd been kept CountyMayotank In that respect just as meteorolo gaveebirththe country sometimes doing harm often a great deal of good in clearing away a bad and stagnant atmosphere ae it was with the whirlwinds from the County Mayo they had done good to the everytenantowes a deep debt of gratitude to the County Mayo Although up to this he had not spoken much in public on that or kindred questions when he got an opportunity he had told the landlords at their own tables and he had told states theUnesentialnece and proper move ment and he had urged the adoption of such a scheme with all the ability and all the logic and all the power of which he was possessed He had never blown hiea andhefuture but they might rest confident in the knowledge that whenever he could do the people of Galway any good he would be always ready to come to thtii rid In the evening there was pj trioqdelivered fJ an QNTUOKYI Ia A1 RICu KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM H Bevoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans a KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY jc R iito red at the Louisville Postofflce as Secwad Class Mutter Udi u111 Commnnkatlonatotke KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN32i West Qreea Street UNION TRADES 111af1 COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 4 1903 CHAMPION SWEARERS We read of political machines money syndicates trusts and com binations controlling things to the detriment of the public and danger to our liberties But they are not in it- Shepherd The Sisters of the Good are really it They dic tate our courts and overawe our people till no one can obtain legal protection against them At least that is the sworn allegation of a petition for change of venue filed in Judge Gordons court in the case of victims of the Sisters cruelty and injustice Whom the Daugh t ters of Liberty and kindred patri ots are aiding in a suit for dam ages They claim that the Sisters by undue influence control the courts so that no decision will be given against them and no jury can i be secured among the citizens of the county that would dare render- a verdict against them The filing of such a petition was a libel on our courts and an insult to the people of the county The allega tion is so absurdly false as to sug gest the whim of a crank and it is surprising that anyone could be found to sign and swear to iteven six nonentities only one of whom is slightly known to the public having tried via the Democratic nomination to get to Congress and failing raised a howl and demanded 3 his money back It simply illus trates that there are persons ready to swear to anything and lawyers willing to plead anything so it is against the Catholics c There is co doubt that the intel ligent and conservative people of this community have been influ enced to discredit calumnies against t Catholic orders and institutions and look more favorably upon them than years ago as the result of per sistent agitation charges and persecution by intolerant fanatics who t j have brought case after case before our courts only to have their hypocrisy bigotry and falsehoods exposed and the true character and purposes of Catholic orders and in stitutions established and fully vin dicated In every case before different Judges has the result been the same In the last case the developments and the coutts lebuke were such as to cause any one with a spark of shame to hang r their heads and not again face decent people They championed and sought a judgment of court to aid a degraded mother living off the shame of two daughters to force the Sisters of the Good Shep herd to surrender to her a young daughter placed in their charge by the Board of Childrens Guardians So revolting were the facts so groundless their allegations and so base their purpose that Judges Caruth and Toney scathingly con demned the plaintiffs and their attorneysThat investigations evidence and vindications have changed many persons ideas regarding Catholic orders and institutions and that these exposures of the character motives and falsehoods pf the patriots haVE caused then n people to regard them as not really our best citizens but rather somewhat of a pestiferous nuisanc- esi undoubtedly true It is but the- o natural and logical sequence that it should lie true but that the Cath olio greatly in the minority in fluence the courts and the popula tion of the county that a fair and impartial trial can not be had of an issue against Catholics ft more pla 1lyuntrueII filing such an affidavit in court the patriots Jven to thepqblicmoreprOOfp101a1J v sense and decency establishing iin advance the vindication of the Sis ters of the Good Shepherd andI Catholic orders and institutions generally CAN NOT RUN ALL In Chicago Judge Hanecy his name was Hennessy before he was a Judge has brought about a crisi by defying and seeking to resistt the judgment of the Superior Court reversing his decision Armed force was threatened and a conflict imminent when the Su perior Judge having possession an control of everything involved ordered a postponement of carrying out his order Being a Judge Hanecy can not be sent to jail for contempt but it seems he will be thwarted and defeated in what the Superior Judge condemns as an archy This is the second time Hanecy has sought to run all the courts in Chicago and does not seem the least discouraged by the ridiculous failure of the first at tempt But there is no limit to the vanity that makes one ashamed of the name of his father LABOR HAS RIGHTS Judge Adams in an able and very full opinion dissolved the Wabash injunction in St Louis Thus the railroaders by respecting the law not only won the goodj will of the public but in a legalI test vindicated themselves andj organized labor generally It iis probable that the differences willI now be amicably adjusted as the workmen proposed acd sought to induce the railroad management tto do at first Again has it been decided that some English law iis not the rule in this country that organized labor has legal rights as well as individual or corporate capital The rule of master an man does not obtain in the United Statesa fact that some obdurate employers do not seem to fully realize hence their haste to appeal to the courts The Wabash em ployes have shown the way to effectually settle this issue and1 that in a way that settles it REACHING THE SURFACE Adversity and depression have aroused an antiforeign agitation in England to restrict foreign immigration While this is regarded as unusual for England and excites comment it is not surprising or new Your Englishman was ever thus Foreigners were never wel come in England nor anywhere that England could control though in prosperity no general opposition was manifested But England is a fountain of intolerance as many of her laws of centuries ago and still1 in force attest Our KnowNoth ingism and later antiforeign fanat icisms are the outgrowth of Eng fish Toryism patterned after and guided by English egotism and selfishness advocating old English laws and methods to ostracise for eignersexcept Englishmen whom they do not regard as foreigners The antiforeign movement in England is only the real sentiment coming to the surface- ExPoSUitE WILL FOLLOW A suit by a widow to recover money alleged to have been wrong fully paid out of her husbands life insurance has excited general com ment The defendant has nothing to hide nor fear records and evi deuce showing his course to have been honorable and even charitable There ia a dirty side io the case that has sot 4Mn alluded toalld1 whieh we have BO 4elto publish s nnu n but it will surely be brought out if the case comes to triall We refrain from comment in the hope that the suit for which there is absolutely no just ground maybe settled out of court NOTABLE IRISH GATHERING A convention of representative Irishmen is to be held in Dublin April 14 to consider and advise on the land bill and other matters affecting the Irish people It will undoubtedly be the most noted gathering of Irishmen ever held since not only all classes and parties in Ireland will be represented but Irishmen from other countries have been invited It is to be sincerely regretted that the Hon W Bourke Cockran can not attend as prob ably no other man from the United States so well represents and can so clearly express the real Irish American sentiment- S Int spection law excludes American pork from Germany as intended and prices of meat in Germany are depriving the masses of its use todmake an effort to comply with the new law which means they will sell in other markets Germany will have to do without pork besides in due time losing American trade for a large portion of her exports If there is any one thing the American is independent about it is pork of which the United States furnishes the entire export product for which there is demand the world over The dedication of the monu ments on the battlefield of Shiloh survivors of the blue and the gray representatives of North and South participating in honoring the heroic dead manifest the forgiving spirit and true patriotism of the American people which honors the brave The monuments beautiful and perfect in design and finish are a credit to Louisville being furnished by our well known fellowcitizen Col Mike Muldoon and add another leaf to his laurels J Judge Evans of the United States Court decides that the Water Company under its charter is bound to furnish water to any one who will pay for it even to the rival of a wouldbe monopoly in which the Water Company is said Issuedcan be made and a decision obtained that the Water Company is char tered to furnish only water not mud the citys water supply might be improved The Kentucky miners by con ference and concessions avoided a strike reached an agreement and continue at work for the next year They split the difference with the operators getting an advance in wages better regulations and in some cases shorter hours JAMES C OCONNOR Is a Candidate For the Legislature In the Tenth Ward James c OConnor a well known young attorney is a candidate for the Democratic nomination for the Legisla ture in the lfftleth district the Tenth ward Mr OConnor is an able and energetic young man and if nominated and elected will fill the position with credit to himself and to the satisfaction of his constituents Mr OConnor knows the needs of his people and will strain every nerve to pass able and jjut laws MILLINERY OPENINGS Those who doubt that spring is on in earnest should have visited the millinery openings this week and especially that of Miss Lime McClond who last Monday opened new parlors at 334 East Market street She had on exhibition many marvels of artistic creation for adorning the ladles which were fully appreciated by the vast number who visited her store Jdisa McCloud Is an energetic and successful young business woman and those why patronize her will receive courteous attention- CINCINNATIS GRAND OLD MAN Archbishop William Henry Elder the venerable and beloved prelate who presides over the diocese of Cincinnati celebrated the fiftyseventh anniversary of his ohUnattOB last Sunday Aroli bishop KIder bit the Sunday previous J celebrated the eightyfourth anniversary 1 of his birth The Archbishop received inauy ooogratHtadoa and tokens of re gard from the faithful in Us dloese j wbo pray that he will bt lone Pared to mlBiitar to their sfiiiwSts = =oa SOCIETY EtL Mr HenryTeen Is InNew York City Frank Moon lpent several days last week with his pireeta at howling Green Mlsa Blanche Newkirk has gone to Bowling Green for an extended visit with friends 0 Miss Kathleen Bryan of LeXington was the guest of relatives here for several days this week Gerard Alexander and family are now occupying ther beautiful new home at Cherokee Park j Mrs Maggie j Thompson of Fred ericktown vlsUeda number of Louisville friends last weekjf Miss Nellie Glass entertained the Port iland Embroidery Club at her home Thursday afternoon 1 Misses Marcia and Bessie Leachman were last week the guests of Miss Carrie Peake at Shelbyville Mrs Mary Fishback and Miss Fannie Wilson have been visiting friends and relatives at Horse Cave Miss Kate Had ti has had as her guest Miss Emily Turner one of the prominent society girls of Ml Sterling Mrs Tom Kirtley and daughter Agnes arrived here last week to spen two weeks with Mrs Kessler IMiss Lizzie Briiner of Jeffersonville spent a most enjoyable week as the guest of Mrs C L Thomas at Seymour Mrs Florence Seaton is expected home next week from Lawrenceburg after an extended visit to Miss Alice Hackley Miss Henrietta Lee of Crescent Hill will spend the mouth of April with Mrs Adelbert Stevenson at South Bend Ind Mackin Councils preparing to give its annual spring dance at Fountain Ferry Parkon Tuesday evening April 28 Miss Mary Hackett who has been vis icing relatives at Bedford arrived at her home in New Albany on Tuesday even- Ing Misses Margaret and Mary Wintersmith are home from Elizabethtown where they were the guests of Miss Florence Hall rMrs Jonathan Thickstun of Jefferson ville has been spending the week with her daughter Mrs T M Snook at Mt Sterlingt Mrs Joe Wayne who has been here visiting her mother Mrs Gann returned the first of the week to her home at SomersetLMiss Mildred Davis has arrived home from Danvillel where she had an enjoy able visit wIthtlifawilqof Mrs W W Wiseman Misses Annieasi Mollie Mason have returned to their home at Henderson after a very pleasant visit with Louis yule friends William Burke who was last week called to McKeespOrt Pa by the death of his sister is expected to return tb South Louisville today Dr J W Daugherty of Bardstown was here to attend the alumnae meeting and banquet of the graduates of the Louisville Dental College Mrs J E Carrico has returned to her home in Nelson county after a pleasant visit to her daughter Mrs Garland Thompson 1005 Story evening The many friends of Miss Mary Breslin of St Catherine street will be pleased to hear that she has entirely recovered from her recent illness Scott Newman the well known poll tician and horseman is confined to his home oflSyest Broadway suffering from an attack of grippe and rheumatism 00Miss Ruth Gee 2916 Portland avenue i had a charming guest in her cousin i Miss Margaret Griffith of Lagrange who left for her home the first part of this week Miss Maggie Callahan of 1131 Dumes nilstreet who was dangerously ill for two weeks has heed pronounced out off danger to the great relief of her wide circle of friends Freak Walters of Walters Bros who has been confinedtobleroom during the winter by an attack of rheumatism is able congratulations M F Dougherty the leading druggist of Jeffersonville who suffered a serious attack of grip k reported as having safely pasted the crisis and his speedy recovery is looked for Miss Mary Duty an attractive and popular favorite in Cincinnati social circle arrived the latter part of last week to visit the Misses Fay and Laeta Duffy at their horn la Jeffersonville Mrs Matt Collins has almost entirely recovered from an Illness that confined her taker horse SNO St Xavier street for several weeks For a time her friends were greatly abrated over her serious ooodittoa I latJ taes Reagan f year ia intPreston and Market streets has bees sojourning this 4eek at Lexington where be has a host Jof Meads who would I like to have him become a resident of the j Bluegrass capital t DAise Sue Seawrr ptHeadersoa is the guest of her cousin Miss Shelby Her marriage is aunouftoed to take place at Hentteraofi on April 59 and will be a brilliant socialevf wit lass aireaten sivedrele of fdnJethII T t rouagfi47 of UM Mleten el- r J r Mercy East Broadway are elated over the bright prospects for the musicale to be given soon for the benefit of St Cath erines convent and academy Catholics allover the city are now interested in its success A surprise party was given Peter Sand bach ar his residence 1005 High avenue in honor of his eighteenth birthday anniversary Music was one of the pleasing features of the evening Those present were Misses Mary Ellen Coleman Tillie Miller Gertie Bell White Clara May White Katie Needham Hazel Patton Margaret McCrone and Katie searsEarIlHatzelRoy Deitz Willie Keirce Richard Walsh Willie Silk Alexander Sand bath and Peter Sandbach Last Sunday Master Peter J Murphy the Bright little son of John T Murphy the well known candy manufacturer of 1227 East Broadway celebrated the ninth anniversary of his birth Peter was remembered handsomely by his compan iions who presented him with several excellent presents Among those present were Masters Joseph Wtttle Roy Bauch er Peter Baucher Charles Gilligan William Reddingtou James Minogue Bertrand Barrett Francis and Doc Tracey John and George Brnnke Frederick Snr man Thomas Hayden Edward Shad burn Thomas and Peter Malouey John R and Robert Murphy Misses May Shadbnrn Consuela Hayden Catherine Maloney and Mary Agnes Murphy An excellent supper was served to the little playeddWHAT WE HEAR Louisvilles street railway system has been cussed and discussed both in and out of season for years and yet there is one good point about our street car sys ternit has all other methods of dis tributing information beaten There may be a family scandal right on your block and you would not know it until you overheard one of the principals telling a tale of woe in a street car Gas deals mergers prizefights turf gossip love affairs and dress patterns are all discussed in the street cars Apropos of this listen whileyou ride style of conversation it may be well to relate the story of a young lady who boarded a Chestnutstreet carat Shelby street one afternoon this week She is tall fairly goodlooking and dresses neatly On this particular occasion she wore a light raglan Of course she wore other garments but raglans cover a multitude of things She was accom panied by a young man The lady began her elocutionary efforts at once Her conversation appeared to be like certain railroadsit lacked terminal facilities Yes she said I did belong to the Blank Ladies Auxiliary I do yet but I have not attended for four or five meet- Ings You see Mamie Klosh and Fannie Corner and Annie McMullen these were not the names she used though are running the affair and I just will not attend a meeting of a society dominated by Irish Yes I served two terms as Recording Secretary and was reelected the third term I served one night after that and then resigned You see the girls got into a disgraceful wrangle one night and you know I am an excellent accent strong on excellent stenographer and I took down every word that was said At the next meeting I read the minutes and the girls got soooo mad that they rejected the minutes and I told them to write them themselves- At this juncture the young man got a chance to wedge inAHow did they come to reelect you after that Oh she said somebody motioned me for the place Now probably the poor girl this excellent stenographer meant nominated instead of motioned Lieut Thomas Fitzgibbons is certainly popular Tom knows this but he really did not know how popular he was until after midnight on April 1 The telephone bell rang almost constantly from 1230 until 3 oclock a m By actual count there were 389 calls for Lieut Fitzglb bons and each and every inquirer wanted Tom to tell them how the prizefight went Some day Tom will learn that his friends put up a job on him because it was April 1 And now it seems that the Bachelors Club of Mackin Council Y M I is disintegrating Since the Irish fair a number of members of the club have be come Benedicts and people are wonder ing whether it will be jolly Jack Mc Quese President Frank Murphy or Arthur Regan Regan says he carries a loveproof heart but there is some at traction that carries all three to the vicinity of Seventh and Oak streets on Sunday afternoons They certainly dont go out to look at the axhandle factory Regan says either Murphy or McQuese U looking for a house in the neighbor hood Now everybody knows that Frank Murphy has several houses and doesnt need any more- Alderman Joe McGinn Wouldnt that sound rich Mr McGinns friends are urging him to become a candidate for the Democratic nomination He has the matter under consideration He has the Aldermanic girth and the Aldermanic jjolly More than that he has mental power to a greater extent than the aver age Alderman Joseph P McGinn would certainly add strength to the ticket NEW ORGANIST AND DIRECTOR Prof A Molengraft and his wife have been secured as director and organist respectively of St Bonifaces church Both Prof and Mrs Molengraft have been prominently identified with the musical interests of Cincinnati and are both graduates of Cincinnati College of Music St Bonifaces congregation to be congratulated NOW WITH UNCLE SAM Harry C Veeneman State President fOC1118ft181lppoiattdr baai wtereit the service of uncle Sans His i U- f C o 0 f n w fir t tat tftijfrrPenman7tq r 4I27WTeleyruy s K Teleyruyenal N faZ s t Ky a Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now in our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged yearStudents JOHN R OBRTBLBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAMCOMMON BEER 1400140 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE K- YLAUERHENRY G x toJC aCLriO1 D 11O Fine Wines and Liquors 407 JEFFERSON ST Branch House 905 West MarketSHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma I ON TH- EJ r Qu IUWII lIwab In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR B II BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent ManagerW IRISHH 8SOCIETYDIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanVice Recording SecretaryMark Ryan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank street- TreasurerThomas F Walsh DIVISION 2 Meets on the f EveuingoEach PresidentCon J Ford Vice President James Welch Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran- DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Cavanaugh Vice PresidentThomas Quinn Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial SecretaryWilliam Burns 707 Twentyfirst street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAelstantDave Rellly Treasurer John P Hellori DIVISION 1 JEPFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kinney President Frank Hogan LynchSecretaryjohn Treasurer Mike Kenney Financial Secretary Thomas OHern Y IkT x MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twenty slxth Street President Frank F Murphy First Vice PresidentLouis W Born traeger Second Vice PresidentHugh Higgins Recording Secretary Geo F Simonis Corresponding Secretary Frank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street Treasurer Joseph Steltenpohl Marshal William Sbangbnessy Inside SentinelRobert Oeborne Outside Sentinel Pat Coun- ollyBOOKKEEPINGI mhr tnitUW L 215WlSi8hfV A1f1tO 3l4th Air appointment gives great satisfaction to h1 frieoda throughout the city H 0 I Livery Boarding StableIJEFFERSON 428 and 430 t- CHICAGO JI I U P HI03 NOVEMBER ELECTION 11103 J H6sOCONNORij ij ij CANDIDATE FOR i lm l mRL FIFTIETH DISTRICT TENTH WARD Subject to the Action of the Demo cratic Primary May 26 1903 JOE PRYOR CANDJDATR NOR I JJudge Jefferson Circuit Court CRIMINAL DIVISION Subject to Action of the Democratic Party rFRRNK RIRILENZlf l CANDIDATE F- ORSENATOR 37th SENATORIAL DISTRICT From Shelby to Fifth St Subject to Action of the Democratic Party ijORflLLYll 8 MmmK Fire Insurance Real Estate and Loans 226 FIFTH STREET D- n M n Pf IiItlrt n n + yse 0 J NIU KYIRI8H AMERIOAN MACAULEYS MONDAY APRIL 1- 3MansfieldRichard IN JULIUS CAESAR HOPKINSTEMPLE THEATER MATINEES S1B EVENINGS 818 NEXT WEEKS BIG SHOW LEW SULLYPresident of the Laugh Trust THE MARTINETTI FAMILY- The Worlds Greatest Acrobats Mr and Mrs Robyns inliThe Counsel for the Defense Julian Rose our He brew friend f Kelly and Violette fashion plate duo Lew Bloom the tramp Jordou and Crouch vaudeville stars Brothers Fetching comedy music- iansBUCKINGHAM WEEK COHUENOraa SUNDAY APRIL 6 Hitlnees Sudp Monday Wedneiday Saturday Waldron and Bryants TROCADERO nURlfSOUfRS 10 Big YaudeTllle Acts Grand Scenery and Costumes Wonderful Electrical Effects TWO BIG BURLESQUES BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2422 ST XAVIER ST Brown Leghorns can be kept in small about half feed of other chickensThey lay about ten months in the year only stopping when moulting Pullets begin laying at six to seven months A few hens will supply the family with eggs Record for three years 1899 twelve hens and pullets 1233 eggs 1900 ten hens 868 eggs 1901 eleven hens and pullets 954 eggs 1902 during very cold weatherJanuary 75 eggs February 61 March 161 April 206 May 181 June 120 PURE BRED BROWN LEGHORN ROOSTER- A year old for sale I have one too many and dont want to kill any Come and get one for 100 JACQUES 2422 St Xavier Street Illinois Central Railroa VERY LOW RATES TO CALIFORNIAAnd ONLY YT INE mnning through personally conducted Excursion Sleepers to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Special Low One Way and Round Trip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesdays each month to the South and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas etc Best Line to Hot 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Louisville gy- WAI LYNCH G PAa YfIlLPiD E Arpi i- It V V IRELAND Record of the host important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges A laborer named Michael Leary aged about sixty years in the employment of a farmer named James Barry of Hamhill Ballinacurra was found dead on the lat ters lands on Saturday evening- At a meeting of the Cork Corporation a resolution in favor of a motor car serv ice from Midleton to Ballycotton and approving of the action of Capt Donelan M P in the matter was adopted Thomas OGorman of Ennis a well known Magistrate of Clare and brother inlaw of General Sir Thomas KellyKen ny was found dead in bed at his residence on Saturday death being attributed to heart disease A verdict of willful murder against John Kerr was found at the inquest at Lisburn on the body of his wife Sarah Kerr who was taken from Logan canal early on Sunday morning in an uncon scious condition- A woman named McBurney and her childwere killed at a level railway cross ing close to Belfast by the incoming Dublin mail train They had been making purchases and were returning home when the accident occurred Much regret fis felt in Tipperary at the death of the Rev J Quinlan which oc curred in the Mater Miserecordia Hos pital Dublin The deceased clergyman was the eldest son of the late Robert Quinlau of Manningstown Kilsbeilan The interment took Mace at Kilcash In the Magistrates room of the Cork police office the further hearing of the charge preferred against Thos OKeeffe of Curraglass was heard The accused was charged with forging a document representing to be the will of Mrs Mar garet Browne deceased of Fermoy Additional evidence havnig been given the accused was returned for trial Michael Enright fortythree a native of NewMarketonFergus County Clare and who has been living in Limerick for the past two years was found dead in his bed Enright was originally a farmer but some time since he went to Australia from which he returned some years ago and he resided in the city since his return to Ireland He had been ailing for some months back The trial of Joseph Moin for the alleged murder of Rose McCann near Trillick was concluded at the Tyrone assizes Before the Lord Chief Justice His lord ship in summing up said the question the jury had to consider was how did the blood get on the prisoners knife The knife had been new a few days before and when found on him at the time of his arrest the edge of the blade was turned and it was stained f with blood The jury disagreed and the prisoner was put back to the next assizes A horse the property of William Rior dana respectable farmer living in the townland of DrombergvKHcorHeywas found with the leg from above the hough nearlysevered The poor animal in question was a colt purchased at the last March horse fair at a high figure and was stabled with an old farm horse to which nothing happened The dastardly act is universally condemned in town and and country alike as Riordan isa most respectable man who it was thought had not an enemy in the world A claim has been lodged for malicious Injury- A young man named John Leahy son of a farmer residing at Ahane Brosna County Kerry was found dead on Win ters mountain in the Rockchapel dis trict It appears the deceased and a companion named McCormack were returning from a visit in the County Limerick and were proceeding by a short roate over Milleeu mountain an exten sive bog tract when they appear to have lost their way and Leahy becoming ex hausted owing to the inclemency of the night perished from exposure while his companion was in a precarious condition when he reached a bouse a quarter of a mile further on- Considerable sensation was caused In Longford when it became known that J Parrell MP had been seriously in jured in the office of the Longford Leader of which he is proprietor as a result of a gas explosion The honorable member for North Longford was superintending the repairing of a gas engine in his establishment when it suddenly ex ploded Farrell sustained very severe injuries about the face particularly the eyes which were thought at first to be permanently blinded One eye is serious ly injured and the other is affected He was removed home and lies in a critical state in a darkened chamber In recognition of the laudable efforts of the members of the Cork Young Ireland Society in their undertaking to erect a national monument in Cork the senior Parliamentary representative for Cork City William OBrien has presented a magnificent silver cup to the society to be put up for competition among the various hurling and football clubs the proceeds of which will be devoted to the cost of erecting the national monument at pres eat in course of completion on the Grand Parade The cup which rests on a beau tiful ebony stand will po doubt excite competition of a particularly keen character OBriens generous and timely bythegether unsought The Rev M Hehir of Kilkee County Clare war the recipient last week of a splendidly illuminated address and tea service from the people of Neuagh The Reverend gentleman although only three years in the perish endeared himself by his pious and charitable disposition not alone to those of his own creed but to those holding different religion views Father Hehir who was recently transferred from Nenagh to Kilkee wee an ardent HpPorierorUettemperance movement in Nensgh and genuine rep tyehOl11d111Mdeep Md peramMl interest lit the noble 11 rn i 7 mmmwMwmwM mmmmmmmmmwmmm IBOCK EEER = Out Today and TomorrowFR- ANKI FEHR BREWING COMPANY GEORGE J AND JOHN M CHRISTJeCINDIANAPOLIS COMPANY Sf NAD0RFF BREWING COMPANY MiCt PHOENIX BREWING COMPANY SCHAEFER MEYER BREWING COMPANY I- Ir SENN ACKERMAl BREWING COMPANY JEC GEORGE WEIDEMANN BREWING COMPANY H ft H Hn cause and the parishioners would not allow him to pass from among them without showing how they appreciated his efforts At the top of the address is a photo of the new Roman Catholic church at the bottom the Nenagh Castle and at either side is a striking likeness of Father Hehir and Pope Leo XIIIOn Thursday at Doneraile there were consigned to their last resting place in St Josephs cemetery within the convent grounds the mortal remains of Mother Mary Patrick McNamara a deeplyloved and widely known religious It is now over fortytwo years since she joined this oldestablished community one of the most ancient in Ireland and during all those years she never as far as human eye could detect lost sight for a day of the goal she aimed at viz the greater glory of God the sanctification ber own soul and the spiritual and temporal advancement of the poor children com mitted to her motherly care For years she filled all of the most responsible offices of the community having been more than once elected as Reverend Mother and being at the time of her demise Assistant Mother This brought her more perhaps than others into touch with the outside world and tended to make her influence very farreaching and she used this influence wisely She was the daughter of Matthew McNa mars of Ballyhea long since dead LAWYER PRIEST Rev Father T P OKeefe chaplain of the Twelfth United States cavalry at present stationed at Fort Clark Texas successfully passed an examination re cently at San Antonio for license to practice law Father OKeefe has fre quently had occasion to help his soldiers in a legal capacity before Judge Advocate Courts Probate Courts and otherwise and has always done so without fee or reward His formal admission to the bar will still further enhance his useful standingblforeunder orders for the Philippine Islands where Father OKeefe will accompany it APPRECIATED The Kentucky Irish American was the recipient Thursday of m pretty bunch of palms from one of its stanch Catholic friends This kindly remembrance is greatlyappreciated and for the tame the aged giver ia tendered oar sincereut thanks FIRE AT ST MEINRADS lkUsgalklcarpentershop edeitroYflbyIr uponnther the entire laetltadoo lieu destructionu 1111 FATHER EELLEHER is Reported as Being Almost Restored to aerfect Health J The many friends in this city of Rev Patrick Kelleher for years assistant pas tor of St Patricks church will be re joiced to learn that he iinow considered on the road to perfect health Father Kelleher has not beenyrell for a long time and about two years ago he spent several months in California but was not much benefited Since uis return here he spent the greater portion of his time at Sts Mary and Elizabeths Hospital Recently he was placed in charge of St Vincents church in Davless county and this week the Kentucky Irish American received the welcome news that the genial and popular priest had undergone a wonderful change for the better It seems the pure country air has been of great benefit and the lung trouble from which he suffered has almost entirely disappeared SAD ACCIDENT Caused the Death of a Well Known Louisville Young Man f James Tivanan of this city was struck by a Missouri Pacific passenger train near Sedalla Mo last Saturday and received injuries fromwbkh he died a few hours later His remains were brought here for burial The funeral took place from the residence of his brotherinlaw prank Collins 1600 Payne street The interment was in St Louis cemetery Mr Tivanan was twentyfive years old and was a molder by trade A few months ago he went West and secured employment with the Missouri Pacific dona work trainHe Is survived by his mother Mrs Sarah Tivanan two brother a Patrolman Dan Tivanan and Peter Tivaaan and a sister Mrs Frank Collier The family have the sympathy of the entire com munity in their bereavement PASSED TUB SBNATE l The Rogers bill providtagthat clergymen may minister to the spiritual wants of inmates of State lu tltutl BS each ass reformatories and prisons has pasted the Wisconsin State Senate at Madison The bill provides that one hear a week shall be set aside for etlCk domination for the giving oreligious instruction that a suitable place hall be fevldad for the Mule and that eieh dergftaMH may minI Mer to children of hiotptjWtti separate and aMrt fiom cbildrtti pf ether dftWtin JJoi1i t cii inations It will no longer be the case that priests will not be allowed to minis ter to the spiritual wants of Catholic in mates of State institutions SINGING SOCIETY Entertainment For Father Ha velburgs Catholic Mis sion Church What promises to be a most enjoyable dramatic and musical entertainment iisI announced for Sunday evening May 10 at St Anthonys Hall under the auspices of the Concordia Singing Society This splendid musical organization will1 present a unique programme and hopesI to realize a large sum The entertain 1 ment is to be given for the benefit of Rev Father Havelburg and St Bene diets mission church near Wax Grayson1I county It is perhaps the poorest mis sion in the diocese and funds are to continue the good work Inaugurate- by the zealous little missionary priest Some of the best local talent have volun teered their services for the drama to be presentedBECOMES A GROCER Albert H Wagner a popular 9oun man of the West End has purchased th grocery at the northwest corner off Twentyfifth and Duncan streets for merly owned by the late Matt Klein During the past three years Mr Wagner has been manager of the Grand Laundry at Nineteenth and Portland avenue Previous to that time he was with Ben tt I WalnutIJ in his new venture I EUTERPE CLUBS DANCE Ir rThe Euterpe Club composed of a num ber of prominent young men of the West End will give a select dance at Fountain Ferry Park on April 21 The Committee e on Arrangements Is leaving nothing undone to make the affair a social success Good music will be furnished The corn mittee in charge is made epias follows Messrs Joe Graff Joe Hubbuch H Probst John Unwhoff Charles Zengel John Nadorff Louis Glieaner George Boratraeger Frank Peake Joe Sibler P Denser Edward Smith and Louis Weasel BUCKINGHAM WaWroa Bryants Trocadero Bur lesquers will be the attraction at the Buckingham Theater next week Two great burlesques will be introduced Prince Henrys Reception and The School of Love la aAJitkrn there will be ten big lllel1I with grand scenery and costumes and wonderful contiaaei I unfi y HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Only one meeting next week After Easter there will be something doing in Hibernian circles What about the longtalkedof Ladies Auxiliary The time for action has arrivedThe week just closed was the first for some time that passed without any division meeting Division 3 meets Monday night It is quite likely that the officers will have some important news for the members who are urged to be present A daily paper will be a feature of the Irish Fair to be held under the auspices of Division 1 of New Albany at Holy Trinity Hall during the week commencing May 6 The policy of the Ancient Order of Hibernians has been in the past is now and will bn in the future to attend strictly to its own affairs and to in no way interfere with the affairs of other organizations Hibernians should never fall to impress upon Irish Catholics not members of the order the words of National President Dolan The mission of the Ancient Order of Hibernians is for the advancement and development of alLthat is noble all that is grand all that pertains to edu cation and the elevation of the Irish raceThe members of Division 1 at Ironwood Mich and the Ladles Auxiliary celebrated the national festival of the order in an enjoyable manner Headed by the Third regiment band both bodies attended high mass at St Ambroses church In the afternoon a grand parade war formed with the Ladies Auxiliary in carriages the line of march extending through the principal streets After the parade the ranks were broken at the hall to partake of a bountiful supper gotten up by the division and served by the ladies The evenings programme consisted of vocal and instrumental music Songs essays and toasts in Irish and United States The dancing of Irish specialfeature RATIFIED I Union Miners and Operators Agree Upon Wage i Scale The conferences between the represent atives of the operators and union coal miners of Kentucky which extended over a week ended Tuesday an agree ment satisfactory to both sides having been reached From the beginning the best of feeling prevailed and everywhere there is rejoicing over the result which is conceded to be a substantial gain for organized labor Besides receiving an advance of 10 per cent in wages other concessions were granted the united mine workers thereby averting what threatened to be a long and stubborn fight that would seriously interfere with many business interests Throughout all the conferences a con servative spirit was manifested with the result that both sides have won the respect of the general public The agreement lasts until after the next convention which will be held in Louisville on March 15 1904 VATICAN TREASURES Negotiations have been begun with the Vatican to secure an exhibit at the St Louis Exposition of Pope Leos jubilee presents The American vessel which will transport the jubilee presents of Queen Victoria would call at Civita Vecchia the port of Rome to embark the Popes jubilee presents if the nego nations are brought to a successful termi nation RATES TOO HIGH Squire John M Adams the popular Magistrate of the West End is opposed to exorbitant taxation and will vote twentyeightdyears levy Squire Adams is a member of the Fiscal Court Tax Committee and at the meeting to be held today will recommend that the rate be made twenty five cents believing that will raise all the funds necessary for the coming year NOWeDr Frank A B Norton who graduated a year ago with high honors and haS siuce been an interne at Sts Mary and Eliza betba Hospital has opened his office at 1214 West Broadway where those need ing his services will always receive prompt attention Dr Norton has been remarkably successful thus far and the patients at Sts Mary and Jtlbabetha were loath to part with hiffljHe is a brother of School Trustee James Iorton and William Norton the well known traveling man GOOD MAN DEAD A gloom was cast over the West End on Thursday morning when it became known that James Moore had unexpect edly expired at the home of his mother Mrs Catherine Moore 1450 High avenue Jim Moore was an Irishman with a big heart and the community loses by his death one who waif noted for unostenta tious charity He leaves a wife and several small children besides his mother and one sister Mrs Mike Hickey His funeral takes place this morning from St Patrickflchurch HOPKINS THEATER Another great vaudeville bill is promised patrons of the Hopkins Tem pie Theater next week The lIeadll ers are the members of the Martinetti Family famed as the worlds greatest acrobats Besides there will be Xew StlylIsgeri of MW sesgs and mono- logistl Mr and Mrs Robins I r1 inThen m 7- UD J THIS LITTLE BANK Will RemindYou r To SaveAnd youll put into it small amounts WOULD NOT take around and deposit in a bank In this way you may start a SAVINGS ACCOUNT and KEEP IT GOING We take these little deposits and pay you i3 COMPOUNDI Ky Title- Savings Bank FIFTH AND COURT PLACE a Open Daily until 3 p m Saturdays until 7 p m SCmEMAN BOSSE SUCCESSORS TO Spring Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas JOHN M MULLOY s DEALER IN X Tea Coffee Pure Spices And Chinaware Pond Lily and Home Baking Powder oie w IWCAJRICEJOO sxTelephone Main 1189 PflfR M ANDRWI 8 3013 WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST CBTHOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 261 West Jefferson St 682 Fourth Ave DOTH TELEPHONES 1 030 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed C J SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard- Sausages Etc N STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth end Green Streets Telephone 2241 HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street EUGENE LOUIS R- CAIRAROS CAFEe as WET GOODS AND SMOKERS TELEPHONE 76- 1NECor Third and Green c Counsel for the Defense Julian Rose ysolette00000000yafJIOfttt1mueicla u 0- sr I IJ A e = Ti Jtjlfc JPt 1 xsKgflf i n U NrUOKV IRISH AltI RIOAN TJWATHENSIceI Charlotte Russet I and Wine Jelliesi Are the Best and His Prices the Lowest Try Them Homo Telephone Q1 629 EIGHTH STREET ts s 4 TUB Gilds fl mm BOOK GO having recently incorporated and added new capital to O the business are now prepared to furnish all kinds of jjf BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES Ij OF EVERY DESCRIPTION PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTYF- ULL LINE OF EASTER 100D- S3r33bi W Jefferson Street 8S GEHER SON r s Complete Assortment Latest Styles and Best Makes COOKING AND HBATI- NGSTOVESt CAST AND STEEL RANGES 214 Market Street Near Second DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN I I DOUfltlOrty K66nan- UNDERTAKERS 1225 West MkSf tBtTclftbdThirteenth Jl O2UFEHMECPIXOIVIS 12 SU All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages Furnished for All Occasions W D Dougherty Telephone 39922T T iW t1Ne5 SP6VCER Preetdeat- s ABipertAcwa taat Ullelllt Bait worn AND MAIN STREETS Educates Young People For BtuIncss Gooi Employment and Success M CALL OR wirrrc ron ray INFORMATION ilrjMP LOUISYIl1EKYBusiness College IHH H 11 HI IHHHIHIMIIIH1 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 1 J S EARREiITT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER i ess EAST MAIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT HI l Ht+lIIlIt 1 1 1 t I F- i 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 Commis sioners United States Government and Boards of Health QUICKER BETTER AND CHEAPER THAN BRUSH WORK N OBIE IIElIsr IMIGFIR 1631 Gallagher Street Louisville Ky Telephone 6878 Drop Postal for Estimate M M M t t- J PARADISE SAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball PooL M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR Home Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson St 3OIt7e6 HANK rJ M ALTERS ClayStreet Brewery= 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Tli tmLOUISVILLE KY sro koc rI c GOJ0 1 I MONUMENTS To Indianas Heroes to Bo Unveiled at Shiloh Park Coi Michael Muldoon Was the Designer of the Entire Lot Great Gathering of Notables Will Witness Dedicatory Exorcises LOUISVILLE PEOPLE WILL ATTEND On Monday and Tuesday the dedica lion of State monuments to the memory of Indiana regiments and batteries which took part In the battle of Shiloh will take place at the Shiloh National Park and the ceremonies will be under the auspices of the Shiloh National Park Commission The dedication of these monuments is full of interest to Irish Americans in general and to Louisville in particular Each and every one of these Indiana regiments and batteries had its quota of Irish and IrfphAmeri cans who shed their lifes blood for the preservation of the Union Irishmen and natives of Indiana fell side by side Though sundered in the public mart You can not tell their graves apart Two in race but one in heart For God and Godlike freedom Moreover Col Michael Muldoon of Louisville a staunch IrishAmerican was chosen to erect these monuments to Indianas fallen patriots These monu ments are twenty two in number one for each regiment and one for each battery Each monument has au eightfoot base and stands twelve feet high The designs are all military and artistic in character Be it said to the credit of Col Michael Muldoon that his designs were adopted after a careful and critical consideration of many competitors offerings The formal dedication of these monu ments has been most fittingly selected to take place on April 6 and 7 the forty first anniversary of the battle of Shiloh Among the noted men who will assist in the exercises will be Mayor Gen Lew Wallace Gov Wiufield T Durbin United States Senator Albert J Beveridge James Whitcomb Riley Hon EHhu Root Sec tary of War Col Cornelius Cadle Chair may of the National Park Commission Hon James B Frazier Governor of Ten Mem1phiInd Rev J H Morris of Winchester Ind Capt W H Morshon the Drum mer Boy of Shilohj and others Besides these many prominent citizens of Indiana will attend the exercises and among those outside of Indiana who have signified their intention of being present are Major Gen James G Longstreet and Major Gen John B Gordon j f Atlanta Ga Major Gen Simon Bolivar Buckner exGovernor of Kentucky Mrs Mary C Lawton of Louisville widow of the late Major Gen Lawton Col Michael Mul doon of Louisville and the Governors of Mississippi Alabama and Georgia with their respective staffs It is estimated that at least 25000 people will attend the exercisesCol will leave this evening for Shiloh Park He has been highly complimented on these monuments by competent critics who have seen them and it is believed that after the formal dedication his national fame as a monu ment designer and builder will be enhanced at least 50 per cent May Col Muldoon live long to build many more monuments but not for his friends CENTENARIAN DEAD Mrs Mary McMann Was Six Years Past the Five Score Mrs Mary McMann a native of Ire land died at the home of her daughter Mrs Mary Swift 211 Eighteenth street on Wednesday morning Mrs McMann is believed to have been the oldest person in Louisville at the time of her death She was1 100 years three months and one week old She was born in Ireland in 1796 and had a vague recollection of the excitement that reigned in Ireland over the trial and execution of Robert Emmet the Irish patriot Mrs McMann came to Louisville lxt five years ago She was a devout Catholic and a member of St Patricks congregatiou since its eatab lishment The funeral was held from St Patricks church Thursday morning at 9 oclock The interment was in St Louis cemetery The bereaved family have the sympathy ofa large number of friends IMPROVED John W Nehan who was thought to be critically ill at hit home 2438 West Chestnut street k reported much in proved Mr Nehan was suffering from congestion of the lungs and for a time ft waa thought his heart was affected He IB one of otir oldest and beet known citizens and for many years was promi nent in public affairs Thirtyfive years ago he came to Louisville from Ireland and ever since has made his home here He is the father of Officer Dennis frehau and Harry and JameeNehas CARE OF NAILS Always wash hihotwaterooaoekthe fingers in it using plenty of soap i When quite soft IMC a stiff pail brush and plenty of op If the Mite we still dirty clean them with a plea of sharply pointed themilswork al ys wear glen l KENTUCKY r To Hav tijie Handsomest State Bulldht8at the St Louis VJBxposltloH s At no time igi her history tins Kentucky thought of abaildlng of such beauty architecturally or of such importance in a commercial and industrial way as the structure which will represent the State at the Worlds Fair in St Louis next year It ffiaybe said without any fear of contradiction that the Kentucky build Ing will be as handsome as any building in the groupof States at the Exposition if indeed it is not handsomer The Building Committee of the Kentucky Exhibit Association spent two months iu securing from the architects of the State drawings andAnother fortnight in arriv ing at the moat satisfactory design It is not possible to give to the build ing its real beauty in a newspaper cut but the one shown herewith is as close a counterfeit as can be made The build ing occupfes one of the most beautiful sites on the Exposition grounds It is within 100 yards of one of the main entrances to the fair andwill stand iu a group consisting of California Minnesota Iowa and New Mexico It is to cover an area of 108x138 feet This includes both porches and verandas which run en tfrely around the building Of a classic style of architecture the exterior is sym metrical and wellbalanced and richly decorated There are entrances on all four sides with massive porches at the front and rear flanked with sculpture groups symbolical pf mines forestry manufactures and agriculture and horti culture Once on the inside of the build ing the visitors pleasure is increased by the view The first floorI is devoted exclusively to the large reception hall with a hardwood floor In the center of this floor will be a map of Kentucky in marble mosaics showing every county and typifying in a way the chief products or resources of the counties This excellent idea had its origin from thelrish fair held in this city last fall by the Ancient Order of Hiber nians Along the walls of this hall will be placed exhibits The second floor will be similar to the first and will be for the use chiefly of ladies There is a lightwell in the center of the second floor immediately over the relief map oi the State There will also be a third floor opening out upon the roofs of the verandas and porches This space as well as the roof proper of the building will be used as a roof garden and from it the best vieto possible of the entir- grounds maybe obtained It will be delightful spot from which to watch the fireworks at night HOLY WEEK f The Servic0gltt the Various Cath olio CHurch Will Be impressive j il Tomorrow is Palml Sunday and nextt week Holy WeeiluaUtbe Catholic churches solemnland impressive services will be held the most notable perha being those which will be conducted by the Dominican fathers at St Louis Her trands The beautiful Tenebrae will be chanted Wednesday Thursday and Fri day nights and the handsome Limerick church will doubtless be taxed to ita utmost to accommodate those who will want to attend On Friday night the eloquent Father William R Dunn will preach the sermon Being the last week of the Lenten sea son it will be a busy one for the clergy as many thousands will be prepared to receive their Easter communion one week from tomorrow In many of the churches the ladies of the Altar Societies are already arranging for the Easter decorations which this year will be unusu ally elaborate BUSINESS CHANGES Frank Bosse one of the best known and most popular young men of the East End has purchased the interest o Daniel Ware in the old established Market street hat house of Schieman Ware and hereafter the business will be conducted under the firm name of Schie man Bosse Mr Bosse has been with this good old house for fourteen years working his way up from messenger boy and his friends are elated over his having reached the top Also associated with Messrs Schieman 8c Bosse is Prank Morau a popular young IrishAmerican These three invite their friends to call on them at 208 West Market street where they will be supplied with the latest and moat fashionable headgear LIVED NINETY YEA itSIl After ninety years of a life nobly spent Mrs Catherine Schaeffer passed away Sunday evenlat the home of her daughter Mrs LKafe Livingston 218 West Seventh street New Albany Mrs Schaeffer was a taoet active woman and even at her great age her death was a sad surprise to many of her friends She lived an honorable life and always had at heart the comfort of others Seven children survjvc her They are John Peter and Jacob Schaeffer of Floyd county Matthias Schaeffer and Mrs Allen of Kane and Mrs Livingston The deceased WM a member of Holy Trinity church form which the funeral took place TiMtday morning with solemn mas oTrfqalem ST CECILIAS BAZAR T1eUHmbent 8t Cecilias congrega tion are rapidly perfecting arrangements for a hazer with will be held in the school iiall from Raster oudayAprfl 13 to Monday April 20 inclusive Both the ladle and gentlemen are working lard to make thebawir a success All the pita fM of biscuit mode straw color rtftiv ry much the rage wUncwnbAwmiftJ with white or bleak andwbIWats it M cool la affect M the popeelsrpillsof I a Iat I PROGRESS j Reported by the SubCommit- tees j on General IO thojj lie Hall Little Opportunity Had Thus Far For Soliciting Sub scriptions Suggestion Has Been Made to Purchase the New Ath letic Club LEADERS ARE MUCH ENCOURAGED The movement toward securing a per manent general Catholic hall including a gymnasium and swimming pool is pro greasing slowly but surely The necessity for such a building is recognized by all though different people entertain differ ent views as to arriving at the end sought Last Sunday night the representatives of the various Catholic parishes met in St Francis Hall to report on the amount of subscriptions they had been promised Owing to a misunderstanding the Catho lic Womens Club had been called to meet at the same hour and as a conse quence many of the men did not put in an appearance There were enough pres ent however to create some enthusiasm and the meeting proceeded with Thomas P Walsh as Chairman and Newton G Rogers as Secretary Subcommittees from the Cathedral reported that they had been promised 2000 for the proposed building A committee from Holy Cross church reported that it had been promised between 300 and 400 A com mittee from St Mary Magdalens church reported that it had been promised subscriptions amounting to 400 The representatives of St Rrlgids parish reported that they had secured promises of about 375 Several smaller subscriptions were noted From this it will be seen that between 3000 and 4000 has been promised although the committee has been at work only three weeks The meeting adjourned to meet again on Sunday May 3 at which time it is believed the committees will be able to make full reports and the necessary theechurchesahas hampered the work of the subcom mittees more or less Now that Lent is nearly over there will be little to hinder the work of the committee- It has been suggested from various sources that the New Athletic Club building at Fifth and Zane streets be secured instead of building a new hall The idea seems an admirable one It iis certainly centrally located and was built for an athletic club house It is up to imentsreception rooms etc It can be had Jit pricepsMr Walsh and his fellowworkers wtio have been interested in the movement since the beginning feel much encour aged over the result of last Sunday nights meeting It is to be hoped that between now and May 3 the subscription lists will be swelled to a comfortable- fl ure BOCK BEER ftt Has Made Its Annual Appoar ance and Is In Great Demand Bock beer is on today and all the lager beer breweries and agencies in Louisville are ready to supply their patrons with this delightful beverage for the season notwithstanding the extraordinary heavy demand that is promised for the double brew liquid Infregarding the name bock beer Ac cording to the most authentic accounts bock is held to be a colloquilism a condensation as it were of Einbeck the name of a town in Northern Germany celebrated in the middle ages for the superior beer brewed there It was at that time the rival of Munich the ducal seat of the rulers of Bavaria who prided themselves on the quality of their beer Each spring it was customary to supply large quantities of this double brewed beer to the people in the neighborhood annual occasions theOn these gave themselves over to feastingIn chosenii bock is the German for goat and a he goat has been as the emblem of bock beer days bock beer is just as highly prized as in the old feudal times and all lovers of the foaming fluid look forward longingly to the days when bock is put on the market Doctors and scientists commend the use of beer as a valuable article of food It contains more nutriment in proportion to the cost than almost any other food except the New England beau and combined with its available nutriment is just enough alcohol to promote digestion Bock beer will daily grow in popularity during the next few weeks FOURTH DEGREE The committee recently appointed to revise the fourth degree for the Hibernian division of New Albany have completed their work They also reported the degree team ready to exemplify this portion of the ritual upon the next candidate Initiated who will receive all that should come to him It is desired tJJla1lmem bers be preeeat on that occasion as a- good time has Jpetn arranged rthem Tile 1miUeehaviugthlaiBc arxe oMieU of UeeereL John Wins Jefea MurphyeadYteheel U u o S b For Goodness Sake Eat S iMOTHERS BREADi b The proper f bcod9 b b lassitudebsure the real thing On every loaf the label blue b9- b And dont forgebyoubgenuine without it 1 IIVV CAST YOUR VOTE WILLIAM IfOCONNELL OP MONTGOMERY COUNTY CANDIDATE FOR Clerk Court of Appeals Subject to Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election May 9 1 III JAMES SOWDERS I SSI S 1159 WEST JEFFERSON ST J Both Phones 2863 I 4 4t f iF4t1 T 1 41 1 M111oo11 MOllllul6llt6 r6oiii I 1 DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF I ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE I i I flonuments I Athletic Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET 61I HftHft 1t41 i1El il1t 11I1 111lt 1g41 tIDIHlSUl 1 I iIUIB1I HRH HE t l 1 Gran weSmiths Sons II- ii Funeral Directors I 1i And Embalmers I IIMISS KATIE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer i= Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice i MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET I = TELEPHONE 810R11Itll lld HDftIIRftRHBDIIIHD1 mr FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60INOOR3PORATB1D Brewers and BottlersnoII- ZSVmnE KY JSTATIONERS PRINTERS BINDERS BOOKSELLERS The Bradley Gilbert Co JKC08POBATED Blank Book Paper Box Manufacturers RK MMUthis of the Hammond Typewriter fr Ktntveky Typewriter Supplies Rlbfconi Me for ill MaeMnti Cor Third and Green sts LOUISVILLE KY DRINK=Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED B- Y8ENNACKEfMAN B G OO rJNO RPOATZD TBL2PHONR 4B2 40IJWYILL XY or4br