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Digital page images are linked to the text file. c TrJ KENTUCKY IRIII AMERICANS vOLUME XNO 28 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 9 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS GREAT DAY Three Solemn Services to Be- Held at St Philip Neris Church c Class of Children Will Receive Their First Holy Corn munlon Blessing of Now Side Altars and Statues Will Take Place SEW YEST1EHTS ARE TO BB WORN Tomorrow will be a great day at St Philip Neris church at Floyd andI Woodbine streets The celebration there will include the first holy communion ofI a class of boys and girls the blessing of the new side altars and the blessing of the new statues Rev Father Oscar P Ackerman pastor of St Philip Neris church has done everything in his power I to make this triple celebration a success His efforts should be encouraged by the attendance of devout Catholics from all over the city The children who are to receive their first holy communion and confirmation are GirlsIrene Ryan Mary Lenhart Ellen English Margaret Maloney Frances Schuff Elenora Winterheld Ellen Millet and Leola Oehler Boys Edward Lochner Geo Becker John Fogler Charles Niehoff Andrew Pfiester Bernard Pfiester and Joseph SchroerThe children will receive their firstr holy communion at the solemn levities t mass to be offered up at 9 oclock TheI new and handsome set of vestments which cost 2000 and recentlypresented to Father Ackerman by a friend will be f worn for the first time An augmented choir under the direction of the accom pUshed organist Miss Ada Metcalf will sing parts of Haydns first and third t masses An appropriate sermon will be 1 preached During the morning and preceding the 1 mass the new side altars and the new and handsome statues will be blessed They include a statue of St Vincent de Paulpresented y theJitVJnceatde Paul Society one of St Joseph fromr Mrs J J Caffrey St Aloysius from the Boys Sodality St Agnes from ther Young Ladles Sodality St Elizabeth of Hungary from the Altar Society and aI statue of the Blessed Virgin presented I by the Girls Sodalitytt The Right Rev Bishop McCloskey will administer confirmation to theff children who made their first holy communion at 3 oclock in the afternoon After this the children will renew theirJJ baptismal vows and will be consecrated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and theC 1 Immaculate Heart of Mary In the evening at 730 oclock the May devotions will be held beginning with the recitation of the Holy Rosary The sermon wilt be preached by the Rev Father Charles P Raffo pastor of St Charles Borromeo church The services will close with Benediction of the MOt Blessed Sacrament The new vestments to be worn the first time tomorrow have been on exbibi ti6n at the Charles At Rogers Book J Company on Jefferson street near Fourth It took more than eleven years to comII plete this set of vestments The Chasu ble was made for the Paris Exposition injj 1889 and on being exhibited there received the grand prize A few years later the dramatics for deacon and sub deacon were added The cape and veil were made and exhibited at the Paris J Exposition of 1900 The texture of this suit of vestments is a fine gold brocade brought out in relief by threads of brown silk in imitation of the relief work seen in medals and chiselled work Each fromtt the Holy Scripture The entire suit is known as the Angelic set of vestments tt Rev Father Ackerman is an energetic young priest His church and congregation j are comparatively new and yet the church is handsome and the congre gation a thriving one thanks to the zeal and intelligence of the young pastor No doubt St Philip Neris church will be crowded at each of the three services tomorrow GONE TO ST LOUIS Messrs Michael Reichert and Joseph P McGinn Kentuckys Sapreme Delegates to the national convention of the Catholic Knights of America have gone I to St Louis where the convention will begin Its sessions on Tuesday Mr McGinn faa member of the Committee I on Laws sue of the most importaatcom I BiitteeA Kentuckys interests will be ably looked afterby these two gentlemen LOOKS A WINNER IJ Col Robert Green one of the Demo I cratic candidates for Clerk of the Court of Appeals bae the backing not only ofII many leaving Democratic politldflM but also the endorsement of all the Demo cratic Judges oft Appellate bench Mr Greene baa bSSU ilathe ofhoe of the Clerk of th Court of Appeals during She pest eighteen years and iis thoroughly oavenat 1IitktIte work of that one Hr braeac looks Hk a winner Yuck j has boa ICId4Idto Us popularity to J 1 g Q n Louisville by the fact that HOrceLln1 say the genial Deputy Circuit Clerk iin Judge Fields court is to have a snug berth in Mr Greeuea office in the event of his nomination and election Mr Lindsay is a hustling young politician and is making new friends every day CKOFA Newport Covington and Cin cinnati Celebrate Anni versary of Order The members of the Catholic Knights of America of the three sister cities on the banks of the Ohio celebrated the twenty sixth anniversary of the foundation o their order in a magnificent manner The arrangements of the celebration was iin charge of the famous Central Committee of Cincinnati which took such an active part in the organization of our own Cen tral Committe several years ago While the branches on the Kentucky side of the river had no official connection with the anniversary the individual membersI thereof participated therein in large numbersThe services were held in St Louis church the cozy little church at Eighth and Walnut streets which had been reserved for the Knights for this service who filled it well from wall to wall At 745 the Knights after a short parade attended a solemn highs mass during which they approached the holy table in a body and a male chorus rendered a melodious mass In the afternoon at 2 oclock the Knights assembled on Warsaw avenue and Wells street Price Hill for the parade Preceded by a military band and flying colors they marched six hundred strong to St Lawrence church the most beautiful and costliest church edifice iin the State of Ohio where leyitical vespers were sung Prof Andrew J Boer the renowned composer and choirmaster of the Queen City a member of the order and the Cincinnati Double Quartette rendered the best song ever heard in a Cincinnati church Very Rev John F Schoenhoft DD Vicar General of the diocese delivered a most appropriate sermon dwelling principally upon the world of good that had been done and that could be done in the future for man kind by the Catholic Knights of America He laid much stress on the fact that because of the sufficient charges for insurance protection the Catholic Knights- of America should be favorably consid ered by the Catholics After the al gJol t1tLrJ members paraded through the principal avenues of the beautiful suburb and then repaired to John Ortmanns large hall where an elaborate programme of music song and speech was carried out and later on refreshments were served to those who had obtained seats Ad dresses were made by Joseph Berning Supreme Representative and editor of the C K of At Journal Henry G Hauck President of the Central Committee Harry Gott State Secretary and Brothers George Luning Frank C Grote Georg- Goetz Edward Kotter and 1L Rosen berger SWEET MUSIC To Be Given by the Concordla Singing Society For a Good Cause The Concordia Singing Society wilt give a grand concert for the benefit of Rev Father F X Havelburgs congrega tion at Grayson Springs at St Anthonys Hall Twentythird and Market streets tomorrow evening at 730 oclock Pro essor George Nashtoll will direct the entertainment Among those who will take part in assisting the Concordia Sing Ing Society are Mrs A Mohlengraft J J Mueller Martin Roth Joseph Plueckebanm William H Fritscb Miss Lena Wiedemeyer Miss Louise Wicde meyer John Gruesser Fen J Ecshsner Robert Otte M Stocker and Joseph Uebelhor Among the numbers to be rendered is the exquisite sextette from Lucia de Lammermoor Father Havelbnrgs congregation at Grayson Springs Ky is one of the poor eat in the diocese and the concert for its benefit should be well attended FATHER COLTON Appointed Bishop of Buffalo Vice Acrchblshop Quigley The news came from Rome Monday that the Rev Charles H Colton of Ne York had been appointed by the Consistory to succeed to the vacant See of Buffalo Father Colton is one of the most prominent pastors in New York City and his church St Stephens i- soe of the largest in the State Among his predecessors as pastors of S Stephens have been the Rev Dr Cum mlaa and the Rev Dr Edward McGlynn The appointment of Father Colton was formldsbl1JrivalVery Rev Father Connery Vicar Gen eral of the diocese of Buffalo BAZAR A SUCCESS StAugustinee proved a success financially as we- UIUyQuhe as a handsome sum was Nrtfad which will be devoted to ese- kiii haproverterlt on the chnee II ID n n i MAGNIFICENT Was the Outpouring of the Young Mens Institute at Cincinnati More Than Four Score Candi dates Took Obligation of Membership Members of the Order Attended Infa Body BANQUET AFTER THE INITIATION Last Sunday was a gala day for the members of the Young Mens Institute at Cincinnati Not only did the mem hers of the several Cincinnati Councils take part in the festivities but members from Newport and Bellevue Councils were also largely in evidence Besides these there were representatives from Louisville Terre Haute Lexington and other cities The occasion was the joint initiation of eightyeight candidates from the following Councils Lafayette Council Newport Ky Robert F Doyle Council Cincinnati 0 Phil Sheridan Council Bellevue Ky What is the Young Mens Institute As the prospectus of the Newport Coun cil explains It is a society which aims to unite to make acquainted to cause a workable understanding betwten all the Catholic young men of Newport for God and for country The day dawned bright and beautiful on Sunday morning and the members of the order were scurrying through the streets of Cincinnati in the direction of the ball where Reuben R Springer Council holds its regular meetings Each of the four Councils which were to take part in the initiation had a goodly number of representatives on hand be sides the candidates for initiation The visitors from other places swelled the number to over 500 Forming in line they marched in good order to St Pauls church where they heard solemn high mass at 10 oclock The members of the Young Mens Institute completely filled the two center aisles Tfce alUatAioe handsomely decorated with flowers and were ablaze with electric lights and candles The sermon on the Gospel of the day was preached by the Rev Father Lamping of the Diocesan Semi nary of Cincinnati Father Lamping bade his hearers seek God and remember the wonderful things he has done He said it was most reassuring in our day when men are almost wholly steeped in commercialism or else on pleasure bent imbued with skepticism youngemen attending to theif religious duties Religion Father Lamping said should engage the attention of every right minded man Religion contains all that the spirit and heart of man desires The true nature and essence of religion are the ties by which we are bound to God All creatures said the speaker belong to their Creator as the pictures of the masters belong to the artists who painted them Man may abandon God deny his fundamental principles may shine with false splendor but he has left the source of true life and will be swallowed up in eternal darkness I am the be ginning and the end sayeth the Lord Father Lamping also quoted the utterances of St Thomas Aquinas and St Augustine on the awful loss of those who have failed in the service of God who is our birth our life and our death Mas he said cad only find happiness in the confession of God Irreligion is paralysis of the soul What is nature but a magnificent temple created by God He dosed by urging his hearers to seek that God civilly as well as religiously It was noon when mass was over Members of the order scattered off in various directions for their dinner A majority of the visitors dined at the Dennison Hotel The initiatory exercises were held in Knights of Pythias Hall and began at 2 oclock The four officers chairs were filled as follows Thomas W Burke of Robert F Doyle Council with Father Runnebaum and Gym Maher Dr Joseph A Riordan with Joseph P Kealey and John Aukenbauer Joseph Cassidy with Father Matthew Higgins and William jurisdiction WilliamwM Higgins of Louisville Thomas W Burke presided and Dr Joseph Reardon sat in the Vice Presidents chair After the meeting had been called to order John Jos Luby Past Grand President of the Kentucky jurisdiction addressed the andtComplimented the members on the anus ually large turnout John p Auken wasIntroducednotice the great interest awakened and predieted would sees be doubled Gym Maher gave the charge and in structions to the new candidates He also gave a remote of the history of the Young Mens Institute its aims DdobI jeers He said the past ittof the order TWMa gtodow owe tint fans la lioraurhly AMwrieln IhSMMMtlociaed that this was thetweatyrfirst year of its estab j a f b lishment When he eedthe name of Fred E Mackentepf i the pioneer member of the order in Cincinnati he was cheered to the eel t Mr Maher told how the work had fgj ic steadily forward He said faith fatrland and fra ternity were the true obje liof the order Race lines had been w out and war ring elements had been Meeded by the grasp of fraternity and fellowship He told how the first voli teem regiment to serve the United Sta in the Philip pines was commanded y Col James Smith a Catholic and a mmber of the order and how 90perLof the regi ment was made up of a irabers of the Young Mens Institute oil ZaUfprnia Joseph P Kealey Graa President of the Ohio jurisdiction i wke of The Present It which heraldamean ing far beyond what the l tost profound philospher has been able o solve The future contains our fond tropes all that we are striving for We in not say that time is here There is no re 1 present only passing time Now Is oil ecordmaking time and the hope for appy future He said that as he loo ed around and saw the magnificent gat iring of young men looking foaward o ward and upward he hoped they w dd realize and learn the great responsil illties that rest upon them Dont put eff what you have to do Be good a father and mother Reverence the me and make the other happy The candidates were thi t presented to Second Vice President Ssidy who ad ministered the bbligatipi Tin a very im pressive manner Williat Perry Grand President of the Kenttici r jurisdiction CONTINUED ON THi DPAcn RECENT DEATHS The community heard Stflth deep regret of the death of Mrs Jnie McCabe which took place last Tuellay afternoon The funeral took placefcom the residence of her father AnnyConnelly 115 Fourth avenue Thareaay morning at 830 oclock and front the Cathedral of the Assumption half atrkour later William McAughan aged twentyone years died at the residencpof his father Dan McAughan 1352 TweKtk street last Friday night The funeal1 took place from St Louis Bertrandli church at 9 oclock Monday morning tl The young man was deservedly pop jacland his be reaved family have the syjajpthy of many friends fLittle Virginia I aftTOBrysn the fouryearold daughter of an T J- OBryar teal iIPI f1 F d Y Th ltt eone was bmfed from 5t Louis Bertrands church at 2 oclock Sun day afternoon Mr and Mrs OBryan are consoled by the thought that their little one has only gone before them into Paradise Mrs Mary Hollenkamp wife of Her man Hollenkamp died at the family residence 1115 Thirteenth street early Wednesday morning The deceased was fiftyfive years old and was well known in GermanAmerican circles The funeral took place from St Peters church at 9 oclock Friday morning The interment was in St Louis cemetery Miss Johanna A McCarthy the twenty yearold daughter of Tim and Ellen Mc Carthy died at the family residence 2718 Elliott avenue on Thursday morning Miss McCarthy was very popular in the West End The funeral took place from St Charles Borromeo church at 9 oclock this morning The interment was in St Louis cemetery George Muth a clerk in the Auditors office of the Louisville Nashville railroad died early Thursday morning at his home 1406 Washington street He was a victim of spinal meningitis Mr Muth was thirtyone years old He leaves a wife and one child The deceased was a son of Henry Muth of 528 Second street He was a well known and de servedly popular young nlaa Mrs Elizabeth Gunther aged sixty two years the venerable mother of Set geant Phil Gunther of the Louisville police force and a sisterinlaw of Col Sebastian Gunther died at the residence of her son Philip 2773 Portland avenue on Tuesday morning The interment was in the Portland cemetery Mrs Gunther was well known in the western part of the city where she had lived for half a century r LARGER QUARTERS John Mulloy the well known coffee man has removed his place of business to 214 West Market street the building formerly occupied by Prank Geher Son This hustling young businessman needs larger quarters every few years and always manages to acute a central loca tion GETS A GOOD PLACE Louis A MssBberson of Col John Meagher until recently shipping clerk with the Frankfort Chair Company has accepted the position of bookkeeper with the Consolidated Bill Posting Company in this city Mr Meagher iIfs bright and agreeable young man awl success Is pre 1 dieted for him in his new venture 1 PARTICULAR COUNCIL TO MEET President James T Csmplllhas caned a meeting of the Particular Council of theM Vincent de Paul t Sbfiy to be held in St Preach Hatiiatbc basement of the Cathedral next UMdr night This will be the regnarmomeeting of ties Particular CoMwil asitai bMtt M oC lIwpottwwc Is to MJ ifWNMMilMLl ii loll ttMi toBC k requested IJ U SUBGRADUATES AtNazareth Academy Produced- a Pretty Little Drama Last Week Friends of the Pupils Greatly Enjoyed Their Artistic Efforts Tasteful Address Preceded the Presentation of the Drama LOUISVILLE GIRLS IN THE CAST The subgraduates at Nazareth Academy gave a very enjoyable entertainment in their own hall on Wednesday evening of last week Quite a number of Louis ville ladles friends and relatives of the young ladies attended the affair and were well pleased with the ability displayed Preceding the presentation of the drama the following address was delivered With more than ordinary pleasure Reverend Father Mother and Sisters we greet you tonight for we secondseniors are about to realize our longfelt desire to present our first dramatic effort Untoward and sad circumstances have caused divers unavoidable delays in its preparation However the glad alleluias are still lingering with us in the happy Easter tide so we hope some faint echo of the jubilant strains may blend with our merry voices this evening making the occasion one of real festivity As the drama progresses the play will unfold Though not a veritable Feast of Reason nor Flow of Soul we earnestly trust it will enable you to while away a pleasant hour In conclusion we beg to express our appreciation of the encouraging pres ence of our kind audience and we hope we shall succeed in interesting our schoolmates also from the little folks to the young lady graduates who during the winter entertained us so well with their beautiful Fabiola The drama to be presented is entitled Heirs of Rock ford The cast of characters was of follows Madame Stanlta Rockford of Rockford Hall philanthropic widow MiSallie MAl1iM Mrs Stafford her lady companionMiss Foster Morrison English attendant to Madame Rockford Miss Minnie Kearns Mrs Marie Riverton daughter of Mrs Rockford Miss Marie OBrien Venus and Psyche twin darkies little maids to Mrs Riverton Misses Mary Virginia Martin and Marcel a Ford The Countess Lillian de Flacheton a daughter who married a Parisian Count and lives abroad Miss Mariana Reigler Baroness Von Schuyler Miss Eliza Kinkbead Hon Everett Blackstone family lawyer- of the Rockfords Miss Nellie De Lancy Mrs Everett Blackstone his wife Miss Marie Clarke Graduating class Gwendoline Rock ford niece of Madame Rockford Miss Leila Bryant Olivette Rockford sister of Gwendoline Miss Eulalie Halliburton Cordelia Briarton daughter of Madame Rockfords school friend Miss Marie Rapier Berenice Miss Clara Erdman Preciosa Miss Mary Clarke Edith Miss Nora Mitchell Elsie Miss Kate Halli button Ruth Miss Vivian Wimsatt Sister Genevieve Superior of the acad emy Miss Kate Brown The story of the drama enacted by these young ladles is as follows Madame Rockford is a very wealthy widow who has bequeathed her wealth after several minor bequests to servants and her friend Mrs Stafford to her nieces Gwendoline and Olivette Rockford Gwendoline is a very worldly young maiden whose whole life is centered in the Inheritance she is to get after her aunts death The daugh ters and friends of Madame Rockford celebrate her fiftieth birthday in grand style the daughters returning home from foreign parts for the occasion The old home decorated with palms and gold together with myriads of lights presents a pleasing spectacle Mrs Stafford en tertains her old friend with music and recitations Shortly after this festival Mrs Rockford happens to overhear her niece Gwendoline expressing sentiments in regard to her wealth that convince her it is better to cast her on her own resources Madame Rockford decides at once to change her will substituting in Gwendolines place Cordelia Briarton the daughter of an old and devoted school friend While the lawyer and Mrs Rock ford are changing the will Gwendoline overhears the conversation and resolves that Cordelia shall not interfere with her share Madame Rockford who is subject to heart failure is seized with one of her usual attacks after Mr Blackstones departure and succumbs to the disease Gweadoline thinking that her aunt is only asleep steals in takes the will plac lag it in her sleeve and then leaves After her aunts death she suffers great remorse for such a deed It prays on her conscience so that she lies no rest Even at night she Iis walking in her sleep and talking about it One night her sister sees her in this act with a candle in her band and spying the will she takes it herself OweadoMa drop the caodii seed seta Are to the homestead Peeling sack greet fefXpfSe pC GOBSOSfiCtt des afterward nukes M open cooieMfea sadU r n I repents of her conduct The will is then executed and all sympathize with the poor Gwendoline The characters were exceptionally well portrayed and among those who deserve special mention are Misses Marcella Ford Marie OBrien and Clara Erdman all of Louisville I GENERAL H4LL For Catholics Is a Necosslty and All Should Aid the Project Owing to the fact that sufficient notice bad not been given to many of the con gregatlons the general meeting Sunday night to hear the report of the subcom mittees from the various congregations which were soliciting funds to build the new general ball was unusually small Attorney Thomas P Walsh presided When Secretary John A Doyle called the roll it developed that fourteen congregations were not representedat the meeting The committees present made their several reports which indi cated that between 5000 and 0000 of the 25000 necessary had been subscribed It was deemed wise to adjourn until May 17 at which time it is expected every congregation will be represented by one or more men and that the amount of subscriptions will have materially in creasedThis general Catholic hall with its accompanying gymnasium and swim ming pool is a necessity and it behooves every man to assist in assuring its erec tion GERMAN EMPEROR Traveled In State to Visit Our Holy Father Leo XIII Last Sunday Emperor William of Germany paid a visit to his Holiness Leo XIII last Sun day The German Emperor traveled instate from the German embassy to the Vatican He was in full uniform and was accompanied by his sons Prince Frederick William and Prince Eitel At the entrance to the Vatican picked Swiss guards took charge of the royal equipage Emperor William was met by Monsignor Cagiano de Azevelo who presented the Papal chamberlains and other dignitaries The Pope as on the occasion of King Edwards visit met the Emperor on the tbfeisfeeMetys privatcckamber The Pope and the Emperor conversed in French I he two young German Pritfces were then presented to the Pope Em peror William and Pope Leo relired to the letters private study where they conversed forty minutes After the audi ence Emperor William returned direct to the Prussian embassy and was visited a little latter by Cardinal Rampolla Both the Pope and the Emperor expressed themselves as well pleased with the result of the visit STATE FEDERATION Of Catholic Societies Will Meet In This City Next Month The Jefferson County Catholic Federa tion held its regular monthly meeting at Hibernian Hall last Friday night Dr J W Fowler presided Upon roll call it was shown that thirteen societies affili ated with the federation were represented by one or more members Secretary Eugene Cooney read a number of com munications and circulars which were received and filed William T Meehan reported that the the1socialcommitteeI was adopted Secretary Cooney will send out notices to all Catholic societies in the State urging them to forward the names of their respective delegates at once Dr Frank S Clark moved that a committee be appointed to make arrangements for the meeting of the State Fed eration which is to be held herein June President Fowler after the motion was carried appointed on this committee Dr F S Clark and Eugene Cooney- A communication from the National President giving full details of the Fed eration movement in Eastern cities and stating that in New York City the Fed oration would select its delegates to the national convention on May 15 Delegate Louis J Steiner invited all the delegates of the Jefferson County Federation to attend the annual inspection and drill of the Knights of St John at Phoenix Hill Park on May 18 All bills were ordered paid after which the meeting adjourned for one month L RAGANS SUCCESS Hopkins Temple Theater has closed for the season Under the management of Hanley Rsgan the Hopkins Temple has proven a drawing card This is the first time in years that the Temple man agement has made money and it is due in a great measure to the ability and fore sight of Mr Ragan Before trying his lack asa manager Mr Ragan was a dramatic critic and a good Ue He b thoroughly versed on dramatics and show people He knows what pleases the pee pie and he caters to the public taste Itis to be hoped that Mr Rsgaa will continue as manager of thpoiu1arhQY house nextyes Then we cam rest assured that UM vaudeville attractions there wall be of a Mgk character HIBERNIAN FAIR 4 Proves a Success and Now Al bany People Aro Well Pleased Other Organizations Helped to Mako the Affair nn Enjoy ablo Event Louisville Hibernians Aided Their Brothers Across the Ohio River WILL CLOSE AMID GLORY TONIGHT The Hibernian fair which has been held in New Albany during the present week has been a success and will close tonight in a blaze of glory The Ancient Order of Hibernians is well thought of in New Albany and the fair given under its auspices was well attended each night A The fair was held in Holy Trinity Hall on Market street New Albany The hall was tastefully decorated in green red white and blue and the scenerr Inside was a pretty one On Monday night the ladles of the First ward were in charge with Mrs John H Beeler as chairman The members of the Young Mens Institute attended the fair that night and spent money liberally On Tuesday night the ladies of the Second ward had charge of the fair Mrs Maggie Flynn was chairman of the committee It was known as Knights of Pythias night The members of the uni form rank attended in a body They were likewise liberal with their money On Wednesday night the ladies of the Third ward were in charge with Mrs James Hartshorn as chairman On this occasion the Maccabees were the guests of the Hibernians and their presence was appreciated as they were as free with their money as the other organizations had been Thursday night was Hibernian night and the Hibernians of Louisville Jeffer sonville and New Albany turned out in force The ladles of the Fourth ward were in charge under the direction of Mrs Dan Walsh Friday night the Jtdle oftheIifthand Sixth ward weN in charge with Mrs James OHara as Chairman Tonight will be labor night and a greater crowd than ever is ex pected The ladies of the Seventh ward will be In charge with Mrs Maggie Hughes as chairman Y The various booths were tastefully decorated and many handsome and use ful articles were disposed of Mrs Betty Graf was in charge of the fahcy work booth Miss Mamie Rabba was In charge of the Ancient Order of Hiber nian booth Miss Nan Wall presided over the icecream booth and Miss Mary Hackett at the Japanese booth Each of these ladies was assisted by several popu lar young ladles The night of nights was Thursday when the Louisville and Jeffersonville Hibernians turned out in goodly num ers Kentucky being well represented State President Tom Keenan and Connty President Pat Sullivan escorted by John Mulloy Thomas Walsh Francis Maher Edward Craddick David OConnell Peter Cusick the representatives of the Ken tucky Irish American and many others from this city were met at the Ninth street station by County President Pat Kennedy and a committee and escorted to Holy Trinity Hall where they were given a hearty cead mille failthe by President Dan Walsh Secretaries James OHara and John Winn James Russell James Higgins and the members of Divis tion L- During the evening the visitors were shown the greatest courtesy by Miss Mary Hackett the pretty little Japanese lady who dispensed the chocolate and also by Miss Loretta Higgins and a bevy of other lovely girls All the handsome booths were visited and patronized and quite a goodly number of chances taken Tom Walsh and John Mnlloy were con stantly surrounded by attractive girls and for a time it seemed certain the former had been captured and would remain in New Albany After taking in everything of interest our Presidents were given seats on the stage and the rest sought prizes Francis Maher was the most lucky winning almost enough housefnrnisbings to justify him in taking unto himself a wife County President Sullivan captured a handsome rug but the others had to con tent themselves with the chocolate tea supper ice cream and other delicacies served so lavishly by Mrs Dan Walsh and her large corps of lady assistants tDivision 1 of New Albantto congratulate itself upon the results of its fair It was a grand and deserved success and Hibernians of this and ad joining cities will learn with pleasure that handsome sum will be realizedaThe fair closes tonight ssREPORT RAPID PROGRESS The regular monthly meeting of 9tft Louis Bertrands Church Debt Association Was held last Monday evening itt the school hall The association reports con tinned success in its work and the people of the congregation show a decided DPowlerr+ annual report atall the auM tomorrow hlrtII 1 1 oNTUCKY IRISH AMgRrCA1 KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN voted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americana KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc U Butered at the Lontsvllle Postofflco as SecondClass Matter Addicts ill Couoaiicitloaitotke KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West arceD Street TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 9 1903 SOMETHING WRONG There was warm discussion about streets In the Board of Alder I men Tuesday evening Aldermen seriouNIand conditions No city spends more proportionately for street con struction repairs and cleaning and yet no city has streets in worse condition and dirtier than Louis 0 ville Last year lack of funds was pleaded This year the street tax is doubled and the streets worse f What is the matter Who is to blame The people pay the money and get streets full of holes in many places impassable mud and filth in wet weather and blinding dust in dry Something is wrong and it is high time it was discov eyed and remedied BOTH SIDES GAIN The first of May has passed with out the universal labor strikes pre dieted and expected This is not due to the fact that the workers weakened in their demands because they could not insist upon them for labor was nevermore thoroughly organized and strong to enforce its terms but as the result of the more p peaceful equitable and sensible methods of all bonafide labor or ganizations and reasonable and just employersconference arbitration and concessions Labor gains in shorter hours better wages and conditions and the employers in satisfied and more efficient labor and both in a more kindly feeling of mutual interest and confidence with an assurance of peaceful and prosperous employment and trade Only the employers or laborers who refuse the conciliatory course have had friction and trouble they alone are to blame for it and they alone are suffering the consequences of their obstinacy and folly Let them fight it out in their own sweet way This is a free country THERE IS A LIMIT I k Another assassination in Breath itt county Is the cause of denuncia tion of the people of the mountain section This is but another form of lynch law and while in lynch ings the people are not blameless the really responsible parties are the officers of the law and courts who do not enforce the law or worse make a travesty of law crime is neither punished or rep strained the law does not protect the people who becoming disgusted and desperate resort to unlawful means to protect themselves against what they believe wrong or revenge upon those theyI r hold responsible for it There IsI no confidence nor respect for lawI because its representatives have rendered it unworthy of both This is not only true of the mountain region but elsewhere in the State Louisville not excepted as the result of criminal trials tooI frequently attest That assassina i tions and lynchings are not more frequent in Kentucky is due to theI forbearance of the lawabiding people to which there is a limit and when this limit is reached it istt useless to appeal to reason or reII spect for lawthe people make short shrift of the victims of their j wrath The tynchers are guiltyII but not they alone Those reII aretoI primarily guilty 1 THE LAND BILL j The Irish Land billipassed to its second reading in the British Parliament and was then formally be fore the House for amendment debate ptiouOr rejection th I r bill is being supported by the Gov ernment though the opposition to the bill comes from the Conserva tive Government party Mr Bartleyssupporting a motion to reject the bill Mr John Redmond on be half of the Irish party landlords and tenants stated he would pre sent and urge amendments which he hoped the Government would accept otherwise the Irish party I would wash its hands of all responsibility for the measure If the Irish partys amendments are accepted the bill will certainly pass the House of Commons without the amendments it will probably pass Its fate in the House of Lords is not even discussed as yet nor is it likely to be until the char acter of the bill has been indicated by the House of Commons It seems to be tacitly admitted how ever that the bill whatever its character will pass the Lords by a close vote because it is a Govern ment measure From the present outlook it seems the bill will not pass this session of Parliament While there is little open opposition to tbQobjects of the bill there is little s satisfaction with some of its provision The Irish party has frankly stated its position and un less the bill is amended to suit them they will make no effort to secure its passage if amended as the Irish party wish then the anti Irish opposition will unite and likely prevent its acceptance by the Lords It is possible and this seems to be the only hope for the bill in this session that the bill being amended as demanded by the Irish party and approved by those directly interestedthe Irish land lords and tenantrywill bring to its support the united efforts and votes of the Irish party Irish Lords advocates of land reform and the Government nifty restrain the opposition and force its pass ageIt is evident from Mr Red monds remarks that the friends of the bill hardly expect it to pass andare pursuing a course indica tive of a preliminary battle to gain what they can at present without committing themselves as to the future they have announced their position with an emphatic declara tion that they are not responsible for the bill as presented whether passed or rejected they are free to contend in the future for such bill or amendment as they prefer Their open and frank declaration is to the credit of the Irish party and people it commands respect of advocates as well as opponents of Irish interests The Irish party can now honorably vote for the bill or against it or abstain from voting as they deem best The bill is a Government not an Irish measure the Government is re sponsible for it and its passage or defeat rests with the Government if amended as the Irish people desire then to that extent the Irish people will be responsible and in terested in its passage or defeat Thfir Irish party have thus thrown down the gauntlet to the Govern ment Amend the bill and the Irish party will aid the Government in securing its passage refuse to amend it then the Government must redeem its pledge to pus it or risk its defeat by a Parliament t both branches of which are con trolled by a majority of the Gov ernment partya rebuff to the Government by its own ptirtyII Capt Dreyfus is striving to reopen I his case in Prance The Captain ought tobe sttisfiad with a n n n A his vindication Another trial may not result sofavorably as hie will not have public sympathy a before While not guilty aS charged he was not blameless and another court way return a definite verdict The editor of the Kentucky Irish American desires to return thank in behalf of the Louisville delegation that attended the Young Men Institute initiation at Cincinnati last Sunday for courtesies received at the hands of Messrs Joseph A Cassidy Joseph P Kealey John E Fitzpatrick Gerald Connolly Thos Burke and others SOGIEfY Miss Carrie Millward of this city Iis visiting friends in Elizabethtown Miss Anita Muldoon has returned from a delightful visit to Mrs George Berry at Frankfort rfir Louis Pfau Jr is now entirely recover ered from the fall he sustained last week while alighting from a wagon John Mahoney one of the most popu lar young men in New Haven has come to Louisville to engage in business Misses Lizzie Gannon Genevieve andI Florence Conway popular and pretty Winchester girls spent last Sunday with relatives in this city The Rev FatherJohn OConnell rector of St Augustines church Jeffersonville I has gone to Indianapolis to attend Bishop Chatards silver jubilee Burch Hagan Vincent Hagan and Mr and Mrs Miles Hagan have returnedi home from a pleasant visit to the family of F W Hagan at New Haven Dave Wells and wife have returnedI home after a pleasant visit to Mrs Wells parents Mr and Mrs Ben Hall att Millers Springs Nelson county John McKiernan is receiving the gladI hand from his many friends on accountt of the arrival of a pretty little baby boy Tuesday at his residence 729 West Oa street George Meagher and Mrs Lou Snblett t of West St Catherine street who visited the formers grandparents IinI Frankfort during the week have returned home Dr F A Uhlen and his charming wife left yesterday for their home at Corydon Ind after a pleasant visit With Mr andiI Mrs William Z Meehanand other friends in this city We are pleased to announce the stead improvement of William Kilkelly wh has been seriously ill of tuberculosis att the home of his father James Kilkelly 1705 Prentice street Michael J Lawler supervisor of bridge construction of the Baltimore Ohio Southwestern railroad and formerly a well known railroad contractor left Mon day night for Pittsburg to inspect some work there Paul Weitzel and wife of Frankfort Kyf are visiting Mr Weitzels sister I Mrs John Meagher on St Catherine street Mr Weitzel is a leading druggistt in Frankfort where he is well known and popular Miss Nellie Brogan who has been at Asheville N C during the past two months returned home Wednesday Her many friends will be pleased to learn that her health has greatly improved as th result of her visit Tom Gannon a well known fireman on the Memphis division of the Illinois Cen tral railroad who has been visiting his cousin John Gannon at Thirteenth and Kentucky streets and other relatives returned to Paducah on Tuesday Ed McDonogh for many years con nected with the storekeepers department of the Louisville Nashville Railroadl Company has accepted a more lucrativ- position as bookkeeper for the Louisville e Smelting Works at 422 Twentyseventh street Russell Beam and Mrs Eliza Boone were married at St Thomas Nelson county by the Rev Father Ryan Wednesday Mr Beam is a prosperon- young farmer near Bardstown His bride is the widow of the late Charles Boone of Balltown TJohn Sullivan an employ of the Ne Albany Manufacturing Company suffered a painful accident last Wednesday A heavy piece of timber fell on his foot and crushed it He was taken to his home on Charles street where his in juries were cared for There is great rejoicing in the home of Mr and Mrs William F Martin on Park avenue Crescent Hill and all be cause a young lady has come to visit them permanently Mr Martin is employed at the Big Store and has been kept busy receiving the congratulations of his many friends Adam Dillman and Mis Su lt Schupp were married at St Martins church at 9 ding a reception was held at the home of the brides mother 696 East Gray street Both of the contracting parties are well oclock last Wednesday After the wedI known in the Esst End After a brief visit to Eastern cities they will go to- houaekeepingat710Laurel etre tIA pretty baby boy hag arrived at th- ehomeoIeJ Mann one of City Tax Receiver Jim Browma popular awl ewaodatlBg clerks MrMean fa UK haJipMItD1 in the city Kill this weak J U i biro Mann and the new little Mann ere doing nicely He will named John Whale len Mann when christened the Colonel- S feeing the warm friend of the youngsters father The Nonpareil Dancing Club will give ethe first of its series of spring and summer dances at Fountain Ferry Park next Wednesday evening Those who have the good fortune to attend the dances given by the club in the past will not be slow to attend the next one The Non pareil Club proposes to give a dance at Fountain Ferry Park every Wednesdays evening during the remainder of the season James Rider and Miss Rita Brown will be united in the bonds of matrimony at the Cathedral of the Assumption Rev Father P M J Rock officiating Miss Agues Brown a sister of the bride will be the maid of honor Philip J Hoffman will be the best man After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Rider will take a bridal trip to Central City and Livermore Ky before settling down to housekeeping in this city Both of the parties are well and favorably known Miss Allen Biscoe Bunger and Charles Henderson Toner were quietly married April 29 by the Rev Father George W rectorylOwingsister the ceremony ws witnessed only by the immediate relatives of both fami lies The bride wore a traveling gown of tan with hat to match After the cere mony the young people left for Mammoth Cave for a few days and returned home Monday last and are living at 717 West Broadway Mrs Toner is a beautiful and accomplished young lady and is the WestIChestnut street Mr Toner the fourth son of Mr and Mrs Patrick Toner of responsible MACKIN COUNCIL Is Preparing to Give Its An nual Outing at Fern Grove Mackin Council Y M I held a well attendedmeeting last Tuesday night President Murphy presided Three newt members were elected and four applica tions for membership were received The Dance Committee and the Euchre Committee both made reports to the effect that these two enterprises were receivedkwith applause The Dance Committee composedof Jack Shelly Dan Weber aud Edmund Coleman was empowered to make are rangements for another dance to be given at Fountain Ferry Park the latter par of this month William Kerberg made an interesting talk on the joint initiation which took place at Cincinnati last Sunday Louis Straub also made an inter esting talk rAfter thee onrnment of the council the Picnic Committee composed of George SimonisyTomoShaughnessy Hugh Higgins Alfred Wald John Galway and Fred Herp held a meeting to consider arrangements for the picnic to be given by Mackin Council on June 9 It was decided to print com bination tickets for the picnic These combination tickets will entitle each purchaser of a twentyfive cent ticket to a chance on fourteen prizes besides the trip up the river to Fern Grove and admission to the grounds The follow ling Music Committee was appointed Ben Sand Frank Lanahan and Thomas Shaughnessy This picnic which is to be given at Fern Grove promises to eclipse all former efforts of Mackin Coun cit All arrangements are progressing favorably j BANNER EUCHRE The euchre and outing to be given CatholiceKnights and Ladies of America will sur pass any ever given in Kentucky Already lover a hundred costly prizes have been donated and the various committees are making ample arrangements for the en tertainment of several thousand people DECLINED THE HONOR The cable reports tell us that Bishop declinedtthe Archbishopric of Manila and that toethe Papal Delegate at Washington has I applied for the place The same report declares that in all probability a prond nent priest of the archdiocese of St Louis will probably be appointed Archbishop of Manila DATEsThe Golden Rod Club has been hold ing a series of social dances at their hall 1407 Payne street on Tuesday evenings onwWednesday instead of Tuesday The Golden Rod Club is composed pf some of the best known young men in the East End and their dances have always proven popular HAS MANY FRIENDS HERE Mr James Butler of Covington is here on his annual visit being the guest of Mike Walsh of 728 Oldbam street during the races Mr Butler is a proud nent turfman and an allaround good fellow The many friends he has made here always look forward with pleasure to his yearly visits TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council Young Mens Insti tute held itf regular meeting on Monday night The meeting was well attended and several pplicatinalor membership were received The matter of new bylaws was dlctwwl and then laid over until the next wfetlog I is NEW PLACE c Tern has opened a new pIII on thecornet of Preetoti and Jefferson Mr Bennett was to- G r444 1 JOHN B CHENAULT OF MADISON COUNTY I IIuu I AUDrTORI IrI H OF I IJIUBLIC ACCOUNTS I I DEMOCRATIC STATE PRIMARY MAY 9 1903 I S I M 4gMMMM W liMM MMA IMMN JOE PRYOCANDIDATE POR Judge Jefferson Circuit Court CRIMINAL DIVISION Subject to Action of the Democratic Party f LENZl CANDIDATE FOR SENATOR 37th SENATORIAL DISTRICT From Shelby to Filth St Subject to Action of the Democratic Party 1903 NOVEMBER ELECTION 100 JJA8 Ii ijOCONNORij ij CANDIDATE FO- RLEGISLATUREl L FIFTIETH DISTRICT TENTH WARD Subject to the Action of the Demo cratic Primary May 26 1003 Spring Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas JOHN M MULLOY DEALER IN SpicesAnd Pond Lily and Home Baking Powder 214 fN11dfARI 1TiT ST Telephone Matn 1189 several years associated with his brother inlaw James Reagan at Preston and Market streets and has hosts of friends all over the city who wish him success in his business He wishes his friends to call and see him when they are in his vicinity BOX PARTY AND DANCE The Ladies Society of the Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen has arranged to give a box party and dance at Schreibers Hall Twentysixth and Bank streets on the evening of Thursday May 14 This will be the seventh annual entertainment given by these ladies and it promises to be a success ANNUAL INSPECTION AND DRILL The annual inspection and drill ofthe First regiment of Kentucky Knights of St John will take place at Phoenix Hill Park on the night of Monday May 18 la addition to thu wgimwiUl drill there will be company drills and other amuse meats o n 0 n JOSlRTUII CANDIDATE roe r p RJRIMARVRJ o yv 0I r I JJ L HELP HIMTO J3E IT Vote For Jefferson Countys Only Candidate For a State Office Hubert VreelandddT- he Present Assistant Commisioner of Agriculture and Formerly a Representative of the Farmers Home Journal F- orurI6ll1tureCommissioner ol LABOR AND STATISTICS DEMOCRATIC STATE PRIMARY MAY 9 1903 ARTHUR I WALLACE CANDIDArE FOR L JUDGEJefferson Circuit CourtCriminal Division Subject to Action of the Democratic Voters STERLING B TONEY CANDIDATE FORRE EL- UCTIONJUDGE Jefferson Circuit CourtCHANCERY BRANCH DIVISION 2 v Democratic Primary May 20 1003 P J COSGROVECANDIDATE FOR THE LEGISLATURE 46tfr Legislative District SECOND AND THIRD WARDS Stttojeot to Aotloaex of Dexraooircitio DEoarty GEHER SON Complete Assortment Latest Styles and Best Makes COOKING AND HBATI- NGSTOVES CAST AND STEEL RANGES 217 Secondwt n 0 u a T NIUOKY IRISH RIOAN ic Louisville Railway L CompanyX r v F NEW TRANSFERS Commencing Monday May 11 1903 the New System of Transfers will be in force Passengers will notify Conductors of the Transfer they want at the time they pay their fares TRANSFERS EFFECTIVE OON MAY II 1 1903 ARE AS FOLLOWS FROM WEST BROADWAY LINEEast Bound- At Eighteenth and Broadway to Eighteenth street north or south At Fourth and Broadway to Fourth street north or south At Preston and Broadway to Preston street north or south At Shelby and Broadway to Shelby street north or south FROM WEST BROADWAY LINEWest Bound- At Fourth and Broadway to Fourth street south At Eighteenth and Broadway to Eighteenth street south FROM EAST BROADWAY and WEST JEFFERSON LINE East Bound- At Eighteenth and Jefferson to Eighteenth street north or south At Fourth and Jefferson to Fourth street south At Preston and Broadway to Preston street north or south At Shelby and Broadway to Shelby street north or south o FROM EAST BROADWAY and WEST JEFFERSON LINE West Bound t At Shelby and Broadway to Shelby street north or south At Preston and Broadway to Preston street north or south At Fourth and Jefferson to Fourth street south At Fourth and Broadway to Fourth street south At Eighteenth and Jefferson to Eighteenth street north or south FROM MARKET ST AND FRANKFORT AVENUE LINE East Bound At Eighteenth and Market to Eighteenth street south At Preston and Market to Preston street south At Shelby and Market to Shelby street south FROM MARKET ST AND FRANKFORT AVENUE LiNE West Bound At Preston and Market to Preston street south At Eighteenth and Market to Portland Ave car north At Eighteenth and Market to Eighteenth street south FROM PRESTON MAIN AND EIGHTEENTH ST LINE East Bound North on Eighteenth and South on Preston At Eighteenth and Broadway to Broadway east or west = At Eighteenth and Chestnut to Chestnut east or west At Eighteenth and Jefferson to Jefferson east or west At Eighteenth and Market to Market east or west At Fourth and Main to Fourth street south At Preston and Market to Market street east At Preston and Jefferson to Jefferson street east At Preston and Walnut to East Walnut east At Preston and Broadway to Broadway east or west FROM PRESTON MAIN AND EIGHTEENTIST LINE West Bound South on Eighteenth and North on Preston At Preston and Broadway to Broadway east or west At Preston and Walnut to Walnut east or west At Preston and Jefferson to Jefferson east or west At Preston and Market to Market east or west At Fourth and Main to Fourth street south At Eighteenth and Market to Market street west At Eighteenth and Jefferson to Jefferson street west At Eighteenth and Chestnut to Chestnut street west At Eighteenth and Broadway to Broadway east or west FROM MAIN STREET LINEWesJ Bund At Fourth and Main to Fourth street south FROM MAIN STREET LINEEast Bound At Fourth and Main to Fourth street south FROM EAST WALNUT LINEEast Bound iAt Preston and Walnut to Preston street north or south At Shelby and Walnut to Shelby street north or south At Baxter and Hamilton Ave to Crescent Hill north FROM EAST WALNUT LINEWest Bound At Baxter and Hamilton to Crescent Hill At Baxter and Hamilton to West Chestnut At Shelby street to Shelby street north and south At Preston and Walnut to Preston street north or south FROM WEST CHESTNUT and EAST JEFFERSON LINE East Bound At Eighteenth and Chestnut to Eighteenth street north and south At Fourth and Jefferson to Fourth street south I At Preston and Jefferson to Preston street south At Shelby and Jefferson to Shelby street south At Baxter and Hamilton to East Walnut east FROM WEST CHESTNUT and EAST JEFFERSON LINE West Bound- At Baxter and Hamilton to East Walnut east or west At Shelby and Jefferson to Shelby street north or south At Preston aud Jefferson to Preston street north or south At Fourth and Jefferson to Fourth street south At Eighteenth and Chestnut to Eighteenth street south FROM WEST WALNUT STREET LINEEast und At Preston and Walnut to Preston street north or south At Shelby and Walnut to Shelby street north or south At Baxter and Hamilton Avenues to Crescent Hill Line FROM PORTLAND and SHELBY ST LINE North Bound At Shelby and Broadway to Broadway east or west At Shelby and Walnut tc Walnut east or west At Shelby and Jeffenon to Jefferson east or west At Thirteenth and Market to Market street west FROM PORTLAND and SHELBY ST LINE SouthboundI At Shelby and Market to Market street east bound At Shelby and Jefferson to Jefferson east bound At Shelby and Walnut to Walnut street east or west At Shelby and Broadway to Broadway east or west FROM FOURTH AVENUE LINENorth u dJ i v At Fourth and Broadway to Broadway east or west At Fourth and Jefferson to West Jefferson west V At Fourth and Jefferson to East Jefferson and Crescent Hill east At Fourth and Jefferson to West Chestnut west At Fourth and Jefferson to East Broadway eastI At First and Main to Main street east or westyAt First and Main to Preston Mala aud Eighteenth east or 1IFROM FOURTH AVENUE LINES uth Bound At Fourth and Jefferson to West Jefferson West At Fourth and Jefferson to East Broadway east At Foarttj and Jefferson to East Jefferson and Crescent Hill east AtTourth Md Jefferson to West Chestnut wetAt Toortb and Broadway to Broadway east or we- etLouisville Railway Cor oI J 0i NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB XNGORPORJVXJSD SPRING MEETING Nursery Stakes Today Louisville Steeplechase May 12 Eight Days More Racing to Tuesday May 19 1903 SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS AND STEAMBOATS MAGNIFICENT CONTINTOKD PRODS WRST PACB delivered an address on The Future He said no one knew what the future bad in store Tomorrow never comes Therefore act for the better this instant The future looks bright and prosperous Final instructions to the candidates were given by President Thomas W Burke of Doyle Council A letter was read from Archbishop Elder expressing his regret at being unable to be present and send ing his blessing to the members and the candidatesRev Runnebaum of Holy Trinity church was called upon and gave advice and words of encouragement He dwelt upon the pleasant relations exist ing between the Young Mens Institute councils and their respective pastors Father Matthew Higgins was then called upon and said that he was pleased and impressed with the simplicity and grandeur of the initiatory ceremonies Letters of regret were read from James A Cotter of Ironton 0 James M OBrien of Roanoke Va Supreme Secretary of the order After this the members spent a short time in social chat before adjourn ing to the banquet served in another hallAfter discussing the elaborate menu set before them the members settled back comfortably to enjoy the addresses and music furnished for their delectation The music by the way under the super vision of Miss M A Cassidy greatly added to the gaiety of the occasion After the opening Y M I march by harp violin and flute Joseph Cassidy First Vice President of the Kentucky Jurisdiction arose in his place as toast master and welcomed all to the banquet board Mr Cassidy was as happy in his introductory remarks as he was in introducing the several speakers He introduced John E Fitzpatrick of Cincinnati who responded to the toast The Plain People He said in brief that the plain people are those who live simple and correct lives the best of people This was followed by a song excellently rendered by George Grunkemeyer William M Higgins of Louisville responded to the toastliThe Press In brief he said that next to the clergy the Catholic press was looked to as a power for good among the people and urged all to support that press in its endeavors to uplift the people to a higher moral plane Miss M A Cassidy rendered with feeling a harp solo My Old Kentucky Home William P Ray Past Grand President of the Ohio jurisdiction re sponded to Good of the Order He expressed the belief from what he had seen and heard during the day that Cincinnatiwould again take the lead in promulgating the ideas and aims of the Young Mens Institute He said that the good of the order was best promoted by such gatherings and such good Catholic work as had been witnessed that day He concluded by telling a good Chauncey Depew story Dr D A Leahy sang Hearts and Flowers in excellent style after which the Rev Father Kuhlman of Mt St Marys Seminary spoke He speechIduring urged the young men to pitch their ideas high Father Knhlman spoke eloquently of the great Liberator Daniel OConnell whose heart reposes in Rome while his body is buried in Ire land He bade the young men maxi mize smiles and minimize tears by keep ing a clear conscience A bad con science he said leads to an early grave Gerald Connolly of Lafayette Council Newport Ky the originator of the joint initiation that was being celebrated was introducedand was received with applause Among other things he said that while the organization was twentyone years old the oldest branch represented on the present occasion was only eleven years old He told how the church per severed in building up its membership how the Young Mens Institute like the tradesmen had learned to trade and was now prepared for carrying out the constitution its most important work William Kenney who has grown bald in the service of the order was called upon Mr Kenney Is a charter member of Doyle Council He paid a high trib Healsothe members and to their widows and fatherless children Frank Schaefer of thelastsingingwas brought to a close YOUNG LIFE ENDED Miss Elizabeth Matbison the fifteen year old daughter of Thomas and Mary Mathison died at the home of her parents 430 Twentieth street last Friday after a lingering and painful illness Miss Mathlson was well and favorably knows in the Noel End end her loss will be mourned by a large circle of friends Their sympathy goes out to the grief stricken parents and to her brothers and ales Edward and Thomas and Misses Thedeci yIattyI The interment WM in St Louis euMtery a- r Iir k IRISHH SOCIETYDIRECTORYR A O sD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan RileyRecording Ryan Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank atree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION2 Meetson the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President1amesWelch Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran- DIVISION3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Cavanaugh Vice PresidentThomas Quinn Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wedner day Evenings of EachMonth PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomaS Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerJohn P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kinney President Frank Hogan Vice PresidentFrank Lynch Secretary John G Cole TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern Y 3VEI MACKINCOUN 205 Meets Tuesday Evenlngsat Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Frank F Murphy First Vice President Louis W Born traegerSecond Vice PresidentHugh Higgins Recording SecretaryGeo F Simonis Corresponding SecretaryFrank G AdamsJFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia stree- tTreasurerJoseph Steltenpohl Marshal William Shaughnessy Inside SentinelRobert Osborne Outside SentinelPat Connolly BOOKKEEPING Tnght uin ixpntbutneUa 16 Ho Otrgi tot Becli WE TfitnUN ESPISS Aococ ANT 17J FoBttATl JOHN CHENAULT I Has Support of Many Irish Americans In His Race For Auditor Readers of the Kentucky Irish Amen can are called to remember that the Dem ocratic State primary takes place today and to the fact that John B Chenault is a candidate for State Auditor subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr Chenaults advertisement in the Ken tacky Irish American last week and today should give him a pleasant introduction to its readers both in the city and out in StateMr isa whole + soled genial gentleman who understands thoroughly the workings of the State Auditors office and if nominated and elected will capa bly fill the position He has been in polities for several years and has always set his standard high Even his political enemies have been unable to find any flawin his record His acts commend him to the careful consideration of every true Democrat His many friends in Louisville believe he will win but are sparing no pains to see that he wins easily and with clean hands TILE AUDITORIUM Weber and Fields great aggregation of comedy stars will appearat the Audi torium Monday in their latest hit TwirlyWhirly a medley of fun and music Besides Weber and Fields there will be such footlight favorites as Lilian Russell Fay Templeton Louise Allen Mabel Barrison William Collier Peter Dalley Charles Bigelow and Johm T Kelly The chorus and orchestra will include 125 people MORE TRANSFERS The Louisville Railway Company Jn this issue of the Kentucky Irish Americoa announces a number of new transfers Vy slips It is with pleasure that the public see that President Thorns J Mitiary Is trying to better the service of the street car company New and JMtMtaone cars with conductors have bm pot on several lines and the streetear Mrnce thlItttD1 itsImprovement I HUSTLERS Members of Division 3 Trans acted a World of Business Monday Night Several Important Changes In the ByLaws Have Been Recommended County President Patrick Sullivan Read a Paper On Gen T F Mcaghor AN INTERESTING SOCIAL SESSION Division 3 Ancient Order of Hiber nians held a regular meeting last Mon day night which was followed by a thoroughly enjoyable social session Secretary Pat Welch called the meeting to order in the absence of President John Cavanaugh James Coleman was unani mously chosen Chairman Patrolman Pat Mullen filled the Vice Presidents chair The Secretary read a communicationiroui the Catholic Federation and the request made by that body was favorably acted upon The Visiting Committee reported that there was no one on the sick list The Special Committee reported a set of new bylaws The most important change suggested was that which limited the members to but one term of office Another change suggested was that no member three months in arrears will be entitled to sick benefits The new bylaws also provide for the dues of those mew bens long out of work The report of the committee was received but under the rules will lay over until the next meeting atwhlch time the members of the com mittee will explain the reasons for the proposed changes The per capita tax to the Jefferson County Catholic Federation was ordered paid The applications of T J Reardon and John J McGuire were received and given to a committee Joseph Hart and Will iam Hart were elected members and then initiated The following degree team officiated Pat Welsh Patrician Pat Sullivan Oracle Thomas Quinn Bard Lawrence Mackey Grand Guide County President Patrick T Sullivan read a carefully prepared paper on General Thomas Francis Meagher who after a patriotic career in Ireland came to America and fought vallautly for the preservation of the Union Mr Sullivans paper was well received Secretary Welch reported that the County Board had granted Division 3 permission to give a series of social enter tainments and also to organize a com pany of Hibernian Knights This mill tary company is to be composed of young men not only from Division 3 but from any and all of the four local divisions Both announcements were received with applause It may be understood right now that Division 3 will put its best foot forward in arranging these social enter tainments Moreover the new Hiber nian Knights will be made up of a class of young IrishAmericans that will be a credit to the order It was announced that the fourth degree would be conferred at the next meeting State Secretary Meehan who was present on being called upon made a brief speech complimentary to the divis ion in general and to the paper read by County President Pat Sullivan in par ticular John Treasy of Division 1 another visitor expressed himself as greatly pleased with the singing during the evening and expressed the wish that all the divisions would make greater efforts toward organizing suitable choirs Among the other visitors who made short addresses were John Reilly of Division 4 Owen Keiran Edward Keiran and William Qnllligan all of Division 2 After the business session had been brought to a close acting President Coleman Invited all present to partake of the refreshments provided for the inner man The members and guests felt upon the refreshment tables at once aaddid justice to the good things pro vided The Literary Committee was in I Large of the refreshments It was made up of George Butler Mike Carroll Pat Welch Tom Quinn Tohn Broderick and Edward Kackey Quite a pleasant hour was spent by the members in telling yarns aadtill doing justice to the viands set before them UNITY COUNCIL MEETS Unity Council Yoaag Mens Institute of New Albany Ind held its meet ing Tuesday night Messrs Frank Grantz John Ott and Frank M TIce were initiated Charles Dowd and David Jones were reported on the sick Hit Charls Cheap was elected Treaeurervice Charles Moeer rwigued Bd Graf was elected to ill a vacancy on the Executive CommitU Ticket WMC distributed CI U Defiance and Brock UnionMade Suits 7 to 18 simplybecause made but because they embody every other point of excellenceSTYLE- FIT and QUALITY of FABRIC Popular novel ty patterns and all the standard things in these goods We are the sole agents LEVY BROS 1 THIRD AND MARKET BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMilENCmg SUNDAY MAY 10 Matinee Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday FIRST TIME THIS SEASON HIGH FLYER BURlI80UIR Rich In Artistic Scenery Lavish In Specialties Best Burlesques of the Season pfyoepix jlill parK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Outings SocialsT- his beautiful park has been greatly improved this season and is furnished with new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts FOR BEST OLD MKENNA WHISKY CALL UPON SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN CENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out C d SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard- Sausages Etc ST LL2KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets Telephone 2241 C THOMPSON FLORIS TROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS M West Jefferson St 682 Fourth Ave BOTH TELEPHONES 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed STEWART BROTHERS 420 W GREEN ST OAUPENTERSBUILDEUS BOTH PHONES 3047 Jobbing Work of all kinds given our personal and prompt attention I among the members for the annual outing which will be hsld on Junel o 0- p THIS LITTLE BANK Will RemindYou To Save And youll put into it small amounts that you 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 3 JIIINTEREST Ky Title- Savings Bank FIFTH AND COURT PLACE Open Daily until 3 p roj Saturdays until 7 p m W H PAINE Tin Slate and Iron RoofingAL- SO TIN SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK Dealer in Stoves Tinware Hardware etc Repairer of Hot Air Furnaces Hone PHONe 5003 1453 18th Street Bet Broadway and Maple PIIIR M ANDRWI SONSN AGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST ti- a HERRMANNIMPORTERS BROS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street Illinois Central Railroad t VERY LOW RATES TOY CALIFORNIAAnd ONLY LINE running through personally conducted Excursion Sleepers to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Special Low One Way and RoundJTrip 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 Springs For folder and descriptive matter of California and circulars descriptive of lands in the South and through tickets call on W J McBride City Pass Agent southeast corner Fourth and Market or address F W Harlow D P A Louisville LOW RATES TO WashingtonOregon Montana and Utah VIA Bio Four Route One Way Colonist Tickets at very low 1903Inclusiveticulars as to rates tickets limits call on Agents Big Four Route or address the undersignedWARREN J LYNCH Gehl Pass and Ticket Agent W P DEPPE Aast Genl Pass and Ticket Ag at Cincinnati O SJa4 Gwmll Ajwt lyMierr U I Il S13 NJUOKY IRIl97EI AMHiRiG A1T CAST YOCJR VOTEFOR ROBERT L GREENS CANDIDATE FOR Clerk Court of Appeals Subject to Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election May 9 =ITJV 7 IT J WATHENSI- ce Cream Cakes I Charlotte Russe and Wine Jellies Are the Best and His Prices the Lowest Try Them Homo Xe1ephone a13 629 EIGHTH STREET M o CHINA FREE WI- THIMOTHERS s S BREAD Save Your 45 ti L9 The BEST BREAD in town at the same price you pay for the worst and a set of handsome china free Thats why YOU ought to use MOTHERS sr BREAD all the time Ask your grocer for itand save the WHITESIDE IB BLUE LABELS no other kind will do 9- V VVVV Vi VVVV DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN II DOUOh6rtu K66nan I UNDERTAKERS 1m 00 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth JT TEItEPHONE 123EOS m- All D Galls ojriagcsENOS SPENCER Prestdeat ad Expert Accountant People For Business Good Employment and Success Jl GALL en Wage ron fill iNroRHATtOH 1Utla Nthl 111M dingMAINMAINRTRIaTs LOUISYILLEKY i STATIONERS PRINTERSBINDERS BOOKSELLERS Labels VVVVVVVVVV Educates Young Business College The Bradley Gilbert Go INCORPORATED Blank Book e Paper Box Manufacturers RepKsintallrts ol the Hammond Typewriter for Kentucky Typewriter Supplies RIbbon etc lor all Machines Car Third and Green Sts LOUISVILLE KY k LOUISVILLE MACHINE WHITEWASHING CO CONTRACTORS FOR ALL KINDS OF Painting Calsomining and Whitewashing w Floors Stock and Machinery Carefully Protected Material Applied Hot by Compressed Air Under Pressure of 140 to 200 Pounds Endorsed by Insurance Commissioners Fire Commie sioners United States Government and Boards of Health QUICKER BETTER AND CHEAPER THAN BRUSH WORK IMC OEEIEN IMIGPIR 1631 Gallagher Street Louisville Ky Telephone 5878 Drop Postal for Estimate r i PARADISE SAMLPLS ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR Home Telephone 384 248 West JeffergeH Sr Hn ut t t t H t U H HH+ n II It n I I H H t jS- f HENRY 0 LAUER XzLBPS 1 I1 11o Fine Wines and Liquors Livery k Boarding Stable 4O7 E JKFFErtSON ST 4Z1 a d 41O il rMh Hear 05 Weet MietSY JEFFERSON STREET n tJ rJ a o 34a55ai ee ee rea oL OUR LACE CURTAINSAre attracting hundreds of shoppers daily to this department Our assortments are superior to any we have yet offered And prices well you know they are the lowest 0I LOT No 1 Consists of Curtains inJ three dainty patterns white onlyCi yd wide 3 yds long per parr LOT No2Consists of Curtains 50 inches wide 334 yds long T 1 7 C 3 beautiful patterns per pair pl fw J LOT No 3zoo pairs Lace Curtains 3 54 and 56 ins wide 3 4and 4 yards1 50tiful 1 LOT No 4 Consists of 150 pairs Curtains white and cream 56 and 60 inches wide 354 yards long 5 beautiful 75tonhole1 No5Consists 25lovely 00datnty Wm B Rikers Famous Toilet ArticlesAre now to be at our store requisites consisting of Sachets Powders Waters etc are of the highest grade PerfumesIwe them at popular prices I Sachet 19c Talcum Powder 15c Tooth Powder 15cloc Rice Powder I Ladies Fast Black Cotton Hose plain or drop stitch with white and colored worth 150 to be hadat this special sale 1Vifor 1VV I i and Third Fourth V What They Have Been Doing the Past Weekoeneral- News Notes Division 5 of Providence R I con ferred the four degrees on a class of forty last Sunday The new constitutions will now be dis tributed by State Secretary Will Meehan having just arrived Division 8 of Lawrence Mass has brought to a successful conclusion its thirtythird bazar Division 3 of Paterson N J is prepar ing to celebrate its third anniversary on July 30 with a big banquet Division 1 meets Tuesday night Presi dent Mike Tynan will have some impor tant news for the members The Ladles Auxiliary lof Suffolk county Mass held a ball at Charlestown recently and realized a handsome sum of moneyDivision 1 of Westerly RIhas a membership of 200 has purchased an old Episcopal church which will be converted into a lodge room Division 0 of Jersey City will give a smoker on the night of May 27 County President Patrick OMara of the United Irish Societies will deliver an address The Hibernians of Lynn Mass are proud of their new and handsome hall which was recently dedicated with a ball under the auspices of Divis ion 10- The matter of a fine military company rests for the present with the young men of Division 3 A company of at least a hundredswords ought to be mustered in to lead the Louisville Hibernians when they go to StLouisH- ibernians of Essex and Bristol coun ties Mass and the Hibernian Riles of Boston held a successful street parade in Salem recently More than 2000 men were in line and thousands came from nearby towns to witness the procession Next Wednesday night Division 4 will meet There are many awaiting with much interest the summer programme of the Limerick men They have not for gotten thfgooold times and a outing or moonlight affair would be pat ronized by thousands The increase of themembership in the order in New York City has been so great the put few months that it has been found neeaasary to iaerMae the uutnber of meetings of the County Board to two a month iuatsaof one to accom modate the new applicants The New York County Board may pre sent the division Initiating the greatest number of members before new years ai round trfptfcketto tbc St Lewis Bxpo ritioH The wisoing divWoa will probably aWaidtJ price te tbe at eeuriiig tM UrgMt aumbaf pi eimdMafr 8tJ i j LOT of Curtains white and cream 54 and 56 inches wide I3ra and 4 yards long 8 T J 00dainty patterns per pair 4 L LOT No 6Consists 100 prs Curtains ILOT No 7 Consists of 250 Curtains 54 and 56 inches wide 3a and 4 yards LOT No 8 Consists of Cable Cord Curtains 54 and 56 inches wide 3 4 yards long 8 exquisite pat T 3 RO JJterns per pair had These Toilet sell 25c1FaceViolet Cerate 50c 22 Two Special Hosiery Values I silkembroideredankles I Ladies Fast Black Novelty Lace Lisle I Hose double soles extra high spliced heels with white colored silk embroidered 250 paIr for vertical stripes worth 19C i J BACON SONS Bet Third FourthMARKfeT STREETBet and I HIBERNIANS annual which grand days within and POOR JOE DAVIS A Popular Policeman Suc cumbs to Dread TyphoidP Pneumonia Sergeant Joseph A Davis one of the best known and most popular policemen in Louisville died at his home 1112 DeBarr street last Friday afternoon He had suffered from typhoid pneumonia- for three weeks Joe Davis was a native of Spencer county where he was born fortyone years ago He came to Louis ville on attaining his majority and had been on the police force fifteen years He is survived by his wife and five chil dren all small To know Joe Davis was to be his friend No one ever appealed to him for aid and was refused He would divide his last cent with a person in dis tress His bereaved family have the sympathy of the entire community The interment was in Cave Hill cemetery last Sunday afternoon BIZOT FOR AGENT Councilman Augustus J Eliot is to be the Auditor Agent for this district in the event of the nomination and election of Samuel W Hager as State Auditor Mr Hager has been in the city during the week managing his campaign He has an able lieutenant in Mr Bizot- MACAULEYS The regular season at Macanleys Theater will close tonight with Liebler Cos performance of Romeo and Juliet with an all star cast including Kyrle Bellew and MUs Eleanor Robson There will only be two performances in Louis ville the matlnW this afternoon and the closing performance tonight Seats are now on sale BUCKINGHAM The High Plyer Burlesquers will be the next ctiouatthe Buckingham Theater The advance agent claims that this aggregation of artists wilt present two forceful frolics full of sunshine and sparkle the wittiest and brightest bur lesquea of the season This is the first time this seas0B that the High Flyer Bur lesquers have appeared here In addition to the burlesques a magnificent olio of vaudeville uttractioaa will please the Buckingham patrons TKE CRITERION HOP Fountain Perry Park will be the Mecca for a gay guttering Tuesday night May UWMh1 the popular Criterion Club will give its first select hop This affair prom ises to be gaNa nodal success and even HKC eaoyUctitbaB the ones given at the club how Among the well known yoHae amen JNtiltlM Kcccptioo Committee re MMM Cbwlis D4lkykWiUismB O Brla JtaSSVtoiiUa Joba Je Kcljy sad tdwsra i n- II t IRELAND Record of the Most Important ofr the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges All interest now centers on the land bill which has had its second reading The Donegal County Council hasI granted permission for the establishment of a motor car service between Strabane and Rosapeuna Hotel A fire recently destroyed five houses in the town of Ardee County Louth If there had been any fire protection at all one and all the houses would have been savedA of l160 was awarded recently in County Derry in the case of Andrew Moores heirs against the Messrs Dalian tine contractors Moore fell from a de fective scaffolding while working for the defendants Tie city of Cork has a Baronet who conducts a small coal store His name is Sir Thomas OConnor Moore He is fiftyeight years old and is the eleventh baronet of an Irish creation of 1081 He has the respect of the rich and the poor The eighteenth report of the Executive Committee of the Irish landowners con vention has been issued It refers to Mr Wyndhams land bill as by far the largest and most liberal measure offered to land lords and tenants and is based entirely on voluntary lines- Jeremiah Clifford died recently in the towuland of Cappenatan near Ballin garry Ireland at the advanced age of 107 years This venerable centenarian was the owner of a comfortable farm and last year harvested bis own crops and during the present year tilled his own soil and planted his own seed Robert Thompson the celebrated Irish piper died in his native city of Cork re cently at the age of fiftytwo years Mr Thompson was not only a player of the pipes but a manufacturer of them He carried away the feis ceoil first prize two years in succession at Dublin and Belfast la open competition against all comers It Is said that Mr Thompson had no equal in Ireland or America as a maker of reeds He leaves a widow and four children GARDINER AGAINST HART Marvin Hart of Louisville and George arditter of LOwell Mass are to box twenty rounds at the Auditorium next Wednesday night under the atWpicN- oColRobert1tGraysouther1 Athletic Club George Gardiner to a native of the County Clare Ireland twenty miles from where Jack Dempsey wee born Gardiner isan athletic young fellow proa4t of hU Irish birth and has made Hands among the IriahAnwricaaa teverhe1 trained Be wilt And- an aWefoelluIIt f liev townsman Hare vin Bart U C r J MORGAN CHINN OF MERCER COUNTY CANDIDATE FOR Clerk Court of Appeals Subject to Action of the Democratic Primary May 9 W B OCONNELL OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY FOR CHIEF DEPUTY t ces rue Gftas fle Rollers BOOK GO Ihaving recently incorporated and added new capital to Xthe business are now prepared to furnish all kinds of JBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION JPICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTY X + FULL LINE OF EASTER GOODS X 3bS3b w JefiEearson Street FRflNK FEfiR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY it ll It i 1 I GranSonqFuneral i I I And Eiiibalmers I MISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer IICarriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT NoticeIIIIIi TELEPHONE 810 l1liftIZftDBIJlDDftDBD l 1Iftft 1 H S SxSx9S SKSx5 3 s s e L D BAX Funeral Director and Embalmer XELEPHONE OOOO I Carriages For All Occasions 700 E CHESTNUT ST S Sx 4 x SK Sxj x S S 111 I 1 11 11111 I I lIIJu1 I I 1 dIIIN IIH 1 I N I II- ii HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 CT J BARRETTt FUNERAL DIRECTOR t AND EMBALMER 838 EAST MAIN STREET V With the assistance of sons I will continue the undertaking business I of my late husband ubder thesame firm name at 838 East Main Street t MRS JOHN J BARRETT 1 HHMMH I 1 I+HI 1 1 r I I 1 HrI 111 I 1 HI 1 +Ju1 IH I H 11 H 11 H DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener1 Beer 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