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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r KENTucKY IRHj AMERICAN vOLUME XNO 25 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JUNE 20 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS nn EXONERATED Alderman Jeff OBryan Is Acquitted by the Investigat ing Court His Accuser Proved to Bo a Thief and an Utterer of Bad Checks Up to the Grand Jury to Handle the Man Who Perjured Himself IS POLITICS BEHIND ALL THIS The Board of Aldermen of the city of Louisville sitting as an investigating court has acquitted one of its members Mr T Jefferson OBryan of the charge of attempting to bribe Sam Ettenson an employe of the City Engineers depart ment Ettenson several weeks ago stated that Alderman OBryan had approached him during a meeting of the Board of Aldermen and had offered him 150 to steal a railroad ordinance from Clerk Parkhills desk No one who knows Mr OBryan gave the story a moments credence and yet the daily papers spread the story abroad with fearful and wonder ful details Alderman OBryan promptly demanded an investigation by the board and his request was granted While awaiting the meeting of the board as an investigating court the Jefferson county grand jury looked into the matter ex cursorily and decided that as Ettenson was not an official he could not be bribed under the law It developed in the light of later events that it was just as well for Mr OBryans accuser that the grand jury did not dig deep into the affair The Board of Aldermen met as an in vestigating court on Friday and heard the evidence of the prosecution Paul C Barth acted as Chairman of the court City Attorney Stone a Republican acted as attorney for the prosecution Charles F Taylor and John Dodd ap peared as attorneys for Mr OBryan Ettenson reiterated his statement that OBryan had offered him 50 to steal the railroad ordinance His testimony was not corroborated by any other witness though W H Newman Freight Agent of the 1IononRailroadComp3nYi and several others were introduced to show that other railroads were interested in defeating the passage of the ordinance This testimony in no way affected Mr OBryanOn the board sat as a court again and heard witnesses for the de fense incidentally allowing R Lee Suter a member of the Board of Safety to make a statement of his connection with an attempt to defeat the passage of the ordinance Mr Suter explained that he first sought employment as attorney for the Momon and later was employed as an attorney for the Baltimore Ohio Southwestern His testimony had nothing to do with Mr OBryan Mr OBryan took the stand in his own defense and told how his accuser had at tempted to borrow 5 from him on the night in question and how he grumbled when refused He knew Ettenson well for years and would not believe him on oath Fifteen or twenty other witnesses were introduced and proved that the accuser had a careless habit of giving checks when he had no money in bank that he was a thief and that his veracity was not up to the ordinary standard Before the testimony for the defense was half in Mr N M Uri arose and moved to aquit Mr OBryan but the defense insisted that it wanted to settle the matter once and for all time So it kept on piling up testimony until every one present was satisfied that Ettenson was not to be believed He was recalled and ackuowledgedthat he had given worth less checks because be needed the money He spent it in gambling He also acknowledged that he had stolen tobacco on the tobacco breaks but excused him self by saying it was a common practice among employes of the tobacco dealers The Board went into executive session and decided to fully exonerate Alderman OBryan The formal report will not be made until the next meeting of the board In open session Tuesday night However the exoneration of Alderman OBryan is complete The question remains What was the animous that prompted Ills accuser to make such a base and malicious charge Who was behind this self confessed thief and utterer of worthless checks Surely his weak character must have been prompted by something greater than the refusal of a loan of 5 Here we Lave all the papers in the State arrayed against the lawless people of Breatbitt county because they burned down a mans house for telling the truth On the other hand we are told that Sam Ettenson deliberately attempted to ruin a mans reputation which is as dear to any honest selfrespecting man as his life for 5 The reputation of Jeff OBryan is more to him than Deputy Sheriff Ewens 10000 hotel Surely there must be politics behind this or is it worse ft breaking opt of creed and race hatred1 OBryan Is an IrishAmerican and a Catholic Since he was in the Board of Aldermen and while he was in the Board of Councilmen be always thought talked and o voted as be saw fit Would there WHit more men of his stripe in both boards of the General Council The grand jury has now a good chance to go after the accuser of Mr OBryan and find out why he perjured himself and who and what stripe of people were behind him It is also up to the City Engineer to give Ettensons place to a person who can be truste- dGENERAL REGRET Expressed Over Unexpected Death of Mrs John Fitzgerald Mary Fitzgerald the estimable wife of John Fitzgerald died at her home 1311 Seventh street last Sunday afternoon She had been suffering from brain trouble for four or five days before her death The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church tit 9 oclock Tuesday morning and was attended by a large number of friends of the family Mrs Fitzgerald was one of the best known and most estimable young masons in Louisville She was born in this city thirtythree years ago and was the eldest daughter of the late John W Jansen the well known grocer who died a few months ago She leaves three chit dren with her husband to mourn her loss Both as a young girl and as a married woman Mrs Fitzgerald gave much of her time and energy to charity and her untimely death is regretted bya large number of friends DAYS OUTING Enjoyed by Children of the Sewing School and Kindergarten The annual picnic of the Cathedral sewing school and St Helenas kinder garten was held at Cherokee Park on Wednesday of last week The day was a delightful one and was enjoyed by both teachers and pupils At noon all were invited to a good substantial dinner which was spread on long tables under the large leafy treed Again at 4 oclock refreshments wnserved The children are very thankful to the charitable ladies who furnished the dinner and refreshments iin the evening It was after 0 oclock before the little ones could be persuaded to leave their beautiful play grounds Not the slightest accident occurred to mar the pleasure of the day The sewing school closed last Saturday Manj JW1La err Pijegujax attendance During the past year the following ladies taught the Cathedral sewing school Mrs Charles Smith MrsE Kampfmueller Misses Rose Ann Quinn Blanche Tierney Mary Smith and Neva Smith LARGE CLASS Of Boys to Graduate From St Xaviers College Next Week The commencement exercises of St Xaviers College will be held in the college hall on Broadway near Second at 8 oclock Wednesday evening The Xavierian Brothers always pride them selves on the excellence of these enter tainments and this year the programme will be brighter and better than ever As usual the main feature will be the elocu tion contest for the gold medal contrib uted each year by Frank A Geher Those who will contest this year are E Norton Tierney John J Beirne Paul J Thiemann and Henry S Goby The exercises will be interspersed with vocal and instrumental music Eichhorus orchestra will assist the vocal class Charles L King will deliver the salutatory and an essay on The Papacy Masters George V Graviss and L Sher ley Cunniff will sing a duet The Lily and the Rose The Little Boy in Blue will be sung by Bernard J Kavanaghand the large vocal class and Our Bright Starry Banner will be given by Bernard Fueglein and vocal classE Norton Tierney will deliver the valedictory and an essay on The Great White Shepherd Dr Frank T Eisen man of the class of 1878 will deliver the alumni address Rev Father William Gausepohl will deliver the diplomas and confer the degrees upon the following graduates John J Beirne Albert Leo Kippes George H Buxe George B Bar rett Edward N Tierney Paul J Thie mann Louis D Coady Leo A Gathof Charles L King Leonard A McHugh George H Huber Charles F Taylor and Henry S Goby EMERGENCY CLUB EUCHRE The Emergency Club composed of well known ladies and gentlemen of the West End will give a progressive euchre at Twentyfifth and St Cecilia streets next Tuesday afternoon and evening The games will begin promptly at 230 oclock in the afternoon and at 830 oclock at night This is the first euchre given by this club As the proceeds are to be devoted to a charitable purpose a large crowd is expected The public is invited to attend Among the members of the Emergency Club are Mesdames Joe Heffernan John Monahan Richard Gal way Vincent B Smith Misses Emma Fisher Minnie Ragan Mollie McCarthy Emma Whalen Margaret Carroll Mar garet FJynn Messrs John Carr Frank Adams John Monahan Charles Raidy R W Galway John McQueee Frank Murphy and John Kenney c J TRINITY COUNCIL Is Mnldnjri Gront Preparations For Its Annual Outing at Fern Grove Good Mon and True Arc at ther Head of This Hust ling Body All the Boats Chartered to Carry the Excursionists To and Fro EXCELLENT COMMITTEE IN CHARGE Trinity Council Young Mens Insti tute is making elaborate preparations for its fifth annual outing which is to be held at Fern Grove July 4 In this the members of Trinity Council are celebrat ing the great anniversary of the Declara tion of Independence thereby showing their zeal and adherence to the motto Pro Deo Pro Patria Trinity Council is composed of the best Catholic element among the young men of the eastern part of the city It is in reality a trinity formed of three former councils of the order They combined for the mutual benefits of each and since the combination this council has made great strides both in point of membership and financially The officers headed by President Tom Garvey are earnest energetic young Catholic gentlemen They never overlook a chance to do works of charity when there is real need of it and as a consequence have become known and admired all over the city and State for their progressive and generous spirit The committee which has charge of the arrangements for the picnic this year is made up as follows Joe Piazza Ben Hund James Hand John J Sullivan Sr James B Kelly George Hoertz and Guy Elder AH of these members have worked bard for the council Joe Piazza Ben Hund John J Sullivan Sr and James B Kelly are ex Presidents of the council and have done yeomen service in the past Now they are making greater ef forts than ever and when this is taken into consideration the success of the pic nic is assured An immense crowd is expected tQ ac- ompany4heJuemhers of Trinity Council and their families to the beautiful picnic grounds at Fern Grove The committee has chartered the steamboats Columbia Sunshine and Hitc all the boats available for the day and it is believed that each of these will be taxed to its capacity both on the morning and afternoon trips Good union bands will be on each boat and at the grounds An abundance of refreshments will be on hand and dinner will be served to those who do not care to be bothered with baskets At the last meeting of Trinity Council twelve applications for membershipwere received so that now this council has thirtysix new members awaiting initia tion This shows how rapidly the council is growing into popular favor Trinity Council now occupies quarters at 730 East Gray street but its members desire a more central and public home It is equipped with a gymnasium billiard rooms and reading rooms in addition to the meeting hall and stage It must be remembered too that in addition to the general Committee on Arrangements that each and every mem ber of the council will lend their best endeavors toward making the outing a success Past President Dave OConnell Dr F A Clark Dr Ben Lammers and a host of others will be on important committees in charge of various details that are to be arranged GREAT INTEREST Manifested at the Meeting of the Central Committee Last Week The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America held a well attended meeting on Friday night of last week President Michael Reichert occupied the chair Roll call showed that nearly every branch affiliating with the Central Com mittee was represented The Auditing Committee made Its report showing that the finances were in a healthy condition Joseph P McGinn Chairman of then tertainment Committee reported fin detail the arrangements that had been made for the celebration and parade which took place last Sunday He next stated that his committee had deemed it wise to hold a picnic at Lion Garden on June 20 but also announced that for good and suffi cient reasons the committee bad decided to abandon the picnic President Reichert stated that many arrangements had been made by the committee for this picnic and said the gen tlemen composing that committee deserved thanks for their earnest and energetic work Pat Holly made an earnest appeal against abandoning the picnic and thus losing the money it was hoped to Use as a nucleus for the disabil ity fund Thomas Sheehan called atten tion to the words of Bishbp Maes of Covington itt his advice to Catholic so cieties Jonathan Thlxton of Jefferson ville Indianas State President Will Maehan Edmund Rapp John Schalda and others made remarks OB the report w n OH H of the Entertainment Committee which was finally adopted andjits recommendations concurred in 1 The Committee on Directory reported progress President Reherfannounced that some Sunday afternoon in the near future a branch of the order would be established in the Holy Name parish All present were given an invitation t attend the celebration 0f the Jefferson ville branch on Wednesday evening The invitation was accepted jivith thanks A communication from Branch 25 an nounced the resignation jof the Very Rev Father Bax as State Spiritual Director This matter was referred to the State officers for consideration J Supreme Delegates 1 eichert and Mc Ginn made interesting ports of the proceedings of the recent meeting of the Supreme Council at S Louis They also announced that ext copies of the proceedings had been ordered and would be distributed as soon as possible FIRST MASSES Ii To Bo Celebrated at St Martin- Church by You IE Priests Tomorrow A noted event will ake place at St Martins church onShJby street near Gray tomorrow morniu Three young priests two of them bo nand raised in the parish will celebrat their first mass At 8 oclock the Rev Father Henry Kellerman will officia at 9 oclock Rev Father Henry Rris nd at 10 oclock the Rev Father Bernard Filing The musical program a will be a feature of the late mass when the choir under the direction of Prof Hemmers bach will sing Laudi Zic i by Lambllotte the Kyrie from Weber s mass and the Gloria and Credo iron Wiegands Im maculate Conception mass All three priests are natives of Louis ville and received they final course in philosophy and theologyat the Joscphen ian College near Columbus Ohio Father Kellerman waJraised at St Josephs Orphan Asylum in this city The parents of Fathers Reis and Eiling still reside in St Martine parish RECENT DEATHS Mrs Elizabeth Huetto widow of the late Peter I Huette died at the family residence 1739 Bayless avenue last Sunday evening The fuperal took place from St Georges church at 830 oclock Tuesday morning Thle interment was in St Louis cemetervil Mrs Huette was a nativeof Ohio but hadlived in Louis vII Ie moreHri1liirty years She was a lady of education and was well and favor ably known Her many friends sympa thize with the family in their bereave ment The sad tidings were received Wednes day of the death at Lake Providence La of Phil McGuire son of the late Orrin McGuire of New Albany Death resulted from malarial fever He was formerly in business in tbis city at Eighthteenth and High avenue but re moved to Lake Providence a few years ago He leaves two sisters and a brother in Louisville They are Mrs Andy Cav auaugh Miss Agness McGuire and Frank McGuire The remains were interred at Lake Providence Joe Ebner is dead No information could be received by many that would cause greater regret Mr Ebner was only fortythree years old and for many years conducted a grocery on Barrett avenue near St Louis cemetery He was popu lar with all classes and was as well thought of by the IrishAmericana as by the GermanAmericans His funeral will take place this morning from the resi dence of his sister Mrs Rosa Fach 1208 Goss avenue at 815 oclock and from St Martins church at 9 oclock The interment will be in St Louis ceme tery The entire community heard with great regret of the death of Mrs Mary Beaman which occurred ather real dence 123 Twentieth street at 11 oclock Wednesday night She bad suffered front a complication of diseases during the past six months Mrs Bea man was the venerable mother of Pat Beatnan a turnkey at the county jell She leaves four other children all grown Mrs Beaman had spent nearly all her life in Louisville and was well known for her works of charity and womanly spirit The funeral will take place from St Patricks church at 9 oclock this morning The funeral of Edward Kierce who died at Paducah on Tuesday took place from the residence of his brotherinlaw John Kimbel 1710 High avenue at 830 oclock and from St Patricks church at 9 oclock Thursday morning The funeral was well attended The deceased was twentytwo years old and was employed in the bag gage department of the Illinois Central railroad He leaves two sisters Mrs John Kimbel and Mrs John Drown of Eighteenth aud High streets and a brother Mike Fierce a conductor on the Illinois Central railroad He was a son of the late Martin Kierce of Watson Ind and was deservedly popular NUNS RECEIVED DEGREES At the closingl exercisespf the University of California thismonth four Catholic nuns received degrees is j armacy Two of them were Franciscan and two were Sisters of Mercy The de retie were con ferred by President Reft All of these nuns were from bi ipitala In San cOI J L iT r t6 r IMPRESSIVE Ceremonies Attended tho An nual Celebration of the oCatholic Knights Branches From the Three Falls Cities Were In the Parade Eloquent Sormon From Father Alf on the Duties of a Husband THE NEW BANNER WAS BLESSED ofsthe three Falls Cities Louisville Jeffer sonville and New Albany held their an nual celebration and street parade last Sunday It must be said that they made a creditable showing Between 700 and 800 men were in line and covered a dis tance of about two miles At St Boni face church they heard an eloquent sermon from the Very Rev Father Paul Alf who also blessed their new and handsome banner The various branches assembled at St Marys church at 130 oclock and were soon assigned to their proper places in the line About 2 oclock the parade started headed by a platoon of mounted police in charge of Corporal William Brockman Following the police was a brass band The various branches fell in behind the State Presidents of In diana and Kentucky J Thickstun and H Veeneman the State officers and Central Committee headed by the new and handsome banner of the order They were ably marshaled by Thomas Dignan Anthony Norton and E J Mann The men marched four abreast and the line was stretched over five blocks The line of march was out Eighth to Walnut east to Fifth in Fifth passing the Cathe dral to Market street east to Brook and out Brook passing St Michaels church to Jefferson east to Jackson out to Green street and thence in to St Boniface church After the singing of solemn ves pers the Knights were addressed by the Very Rev Father Paul Alf His subject was the good work that is being done by the Catholic Knights of America He said in part I j If any man hath not care of his own he is worse than an infidel St Paul declares that to deny the faith is the worst that can happen to any man the greatest sin upon earth If any one husbands and fathers have a great obligation rest ing upon them Remember the promise you made to your wife at the altar of God You promised to endow her with all your worldly goods and to provide for her welfare Sons should remember all they owe to their venerable mothers Think what the wife has given up for you her life her father mother brothers and sisters Why then should you not put her beyond the reach of want in case death overtakes you What a splendid word is father What a blessing from God to be able to announce to the world that you are a father It was in recognition of this blessing that you became members of the Catholic Knights of America You recognized the necessity of making provision for your wife and children not knowing when you may be called into eternity Your near and dear ones will not now be thrown upon a cold and merciless world What must be the feelings of the father who has made the good figbt and yet has made no provision for his wife and chil dren when he contrasts himself with the parent who has provided for the wife who has daily helped to bear his bur dens and his little ones The father who has made this provision is consoled in his last hour by the fact that his little family will not be in penury The living expenses and small salary of the average man put it outside his power to lay aside much for the care and comfort of those who are dear to them It then becomes their duty to become members of the Catholic Knights of America You have done well and pleased God by becoming members of this noble order You have assured your little ones their daily bread and a Chris tian education Be faithful to your society Urge others to join and remind them of the folly of postponing entering the order They know not when they may be overtaken by sickness or called by God to eternity Beware of secular associations in which after a time you may become cold in the faith and without faith you can not please the Almighty Organize Catholic societies and thereby strive to preserve your faith Be proud that you are mem bers of a Catholic society which is recog nized by the church Live and act as Catholics Honor and respect the church and thus secure Gods blessing Select good men for officers men who will labor for the welfare of the association In conclusion Father Alf expressed his hearty pleasure at seeing so many niem bers of the order present and welcomed them to his church He bade them march behind their beautiful banner every year He told them to be loyal to that banner and the cross which sur mounted it should remind them of the death of the Savior Look up to that cross and at the last moment you will have peace and be crowned with eternal glory Father Alt then announced tlw blear ing of the new banner After an appro priate hymn by the Concordia Singing Society the Knights members of the choir and congregation joined in singing the Te Demo SUDDEN SUMMONS Harry Cuscadon Called Away After a Very Brief Illness Harry Cuscaden died at his home 728 Second street at 1020 oclock last Satur day night He suffered from a congestive chill and was ill only a few hours He was forty years of age and leaves a widow who was Miss Belle Simcoe of New Al bany and a daughter ten years old The deceased was a popular confectioner and for years conducted a confectionery at Twelfth and Jefferson streets A few years ago he became associated with his brother George Cuscaden in the manu facture of ice cream at 415 Second street In this business he remained until his deathMr Cuscaden was well known both in business and as a social entertainer He was a musician of no mean repute and composed the words and music to a num ber of songs that became popular The funeral took place from the family rest deuce at 3 oclock Monday afternoon WELL ATTENDED Was the Meeting of Division 3 on Last Monday Night Lawrence Mackey presided at the meeting of Division 3 Ancient Order of Hibernians last Monday night in the absence of President John Cavanaugh Considering this season of the year the meeting was well attended A communi cation from the national officers was read and discussed and will be reread and discussed at the next meeting The Visiting Committee reported that Pat Nelligan who had been confined to his home for several weeks suffering from an abscess on the jaw was improv ing Mike Brown whose home is on Lytle street between Eighteenth and Nineteenth has gone to the Illinois Central Railroads hospital at Paducah to lie operated on It developed during the meeting that Division 3 has a very comfortable balance in the treasury This was gratifying to till the members JohnHellon of DivisionA was visitor and made an interesting talk on topics in which all members of the order are inter ested The Irish field day was discussed favorably by many of the members GIFTED GIRLS Read Interesting Essay at Presentation Academy Exercises Presentation Academy was filled to overflowing Monday morning with the friends and patrons of that noted educa tional institution Right well were they entertained with the commencement exercises which showed the progress made by the pupils under the care and training of the Sisters of Charity The exercises were held in the large ball which had been tastefully decorated for the occasion The Right Rev Bishop McCloskey occupied a positron of honor and conferred the diplomas and crowns upon the graduates- An interesting musical and literary programme was given The essays and their authors were Mountains Are the Glory of the Earth Miss Margaret C Hannan Mountains in Mythology Miss Mary A King Sacred Mount ains Miss Alice Rapp Historical Mountains flics Wilhelmina Waller Mountains in Literature Miss Abbie A KennedyThe graduates received diplomas and crowns Misses Margaret Cecilia Hannan Abigail Agnes Kennedy Mary Agnes King Alice Fhilipine Rapp and Wilbelmina G Waller Gold medals were awarded for attendance and excel lence in scholarship to Misses Augustine Hollenkamp Alice Rapp Marie Baker Imelda Shea and Mary Agnes Wolfe Literary honors were conferred upon Miss Bessie Fitzgerald Honor awards were conferred upon the following Senior department Margaret Hannan preparatory department Imelda Shea junior department Ophelia Rogers Lizzie Shea primary department Florence Leahy third primary Frances Shanley composition Alice Rapp music classes Carrie Ritter Rena Eckert Margaret King Paul Doherty penman ship Cecilia Fritsch attendance Florence Leahy Literary honors were conferred on Miss Bessie Fitzgerald PROVING POPULAR Liberati and his famous band drew large crowds to the Louisville Jockey Club grounds during the present week The programmes rendered were delight ful Wednesday night was Irish night and on the programme was a large number of Irish national airs ballads jigs and reels that brought forth hearty applause Irish night will be repeated during the coming week Liberati and his band will remain another week at the park After that Kurkamps band will entertain The pyrotechnic display on July 4 will be as elaborate as was ever seen ia this city II- n OPEN MEETING Held by Jofforsonvlllo Branch of the Catholic Knights of America i Interesting Addresses Wore Made by Members of the Order Purpose of the Meeting Should Commend Itself to All Members VERY PLEASANT SOCIAL SESSION The Jeffersonville branch of the Cath olic Knights of America inaugurated the first of a series of open meetings under very favorable auspices Wednesday evening in their hall on Spring street The object of this meeting and others to be held in the future is to let Catholic ladies and gentlemen who do not belong to the order become familiar with its workings and its benefits tolet them know of its sinking fund system and to impress upon them that since the recent meeting of the Supreme Council insur ance can be had in the Catholic Knights of America both by men and women as cheap as in any of the industrial com panies of the present day The success of this meeting has opened the eyes of the Louisville members who attended and it is propable that in the near future a series of these open meetings will be held on this side of the river President Barney Coll opened the meeting After the transaction of busi ness of minor importance he introduced State President Jonothan Thickstun who spoke in a happy vein welcoming the visitors and explaining the purpose of the open meeting He also called atten tion to the presence of Maurice Coil the venerable father of President Barney Coll one of the charter members of the Jeffersonville branch Mr Thickstun explained that since this branch was founded 00000 in death benefits had been paid out in Jeffersonville alone The result can be seen daily when one looks around and sees the pleasant Names that have been built with this money and can see the fatherless little ones are receiving the benefits of a good education The branch was established in 1879 and Mr Thickstun said he was proud that he had helped to orgaize it He then introduced Harry Veeneman State President of the Catholic Knights of Kentucky- Mr Veeneraan gave an interesting but brief history of the order and spoke of the admission of women to membership and the reasonable rates offered He also spoke feelingly of duty to wife children and parents Attention was also called to the many failures in business but insurance in the Catholic Knights never fails said the speaker Mr Veene mans remarks were well received President Coll Introduced Newton G Rogers the well known attorney of Louisville who delivered an interesting and scholarly address on the association laws and the present situation in France Mr Rogers went deep into the history of the French nation and the conditions that have led to the passing of the con trot of the Government into the hands of M Combes and the passage of the in famous laws against clerical orders which are now being enforced He proved con clusively that the Government was trying to drive religion out of France He said this was an infamy and a disgrace to the people Mr Rogers also spoke of the concordat existing between the Holy See and France and the great benefits the French people derived therefrom lIe predicted the failure of the attempt to drive religion from France He also said that the Government was now on the verge of a great catastrophe Without religion the Government could not exist Mr Rogers address was received with great applause A recess was taken for refreshments which were furnished in abundance after which an hour was spent in social chat The Committee of Arrangements who conducted this delightful meeting and entertained the visitors was made up as follows Redmond Stanton Barney Coll Peter Madden Jack Murphy James Dougherty Will Coyle James Monahan Prof Goodwin Mike Fogarty John and Mike Kenney Pat Dixon and Frank Hogan Among the many prominent sCaptCraigPeter Madden Tony Pfrinder and daugh ter and Frank Burbet and Mr and Mrs Pat Mulllngs Among the visitors from Louisville were Messrs E J Mann Claries J Desse Harry Veeneman Henry Sievert Will Rittman AI Martin Newton G Rogers Joseph and Henry Beckman John Scbalda John Rudd John Wernert and Jacob Gobey The Jeffersonville Knights were disappointed over the absence of Supreme Delegates Michael Reichert and Joseph P McGinn and State Secretary John J Score ST CECILIAS SCHOOL PICNIC The annual picnic given by the Rev Father Al Brady to thiifaildren of St Cecilias parochial schoolltwill take place next Tuesday on the lawn adjoining the church at Twentyfifth and Slevln streets By request of the congregation it will continue during the afternoon and night I vjv r V 1 I NTUCKY IRISH A RICAN ir1 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING COPUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Hiiterod at tho Louisville Postoffico as SecondClass Matter Aldi sa1l Cbwmnnlcallonitolfae KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Well Green Street Bb iTRADES COUNCIL LOUISVIIW3 KY SATURDAY JUNE 20 1903 LATEST DIRTY FLING If there is anything dirty nasty despicable or untrue said about Catholics or the Catholic religion you can find it in the Louisville Times editorial columns On Tuesday last the editor of the Louisville Times with William B Haldemans name at the head of the column saysIIA French the ologian with the approval of the Vicar General has published a set of rules under which lying is per missible Sanction under certain conditions is given to lies told on the witness stand at the confes sional by children to parents by wives to husbands and by those who are afraid that they will get into trouble if they tell the truth r wholercloth and the editor knew it when it was written He can show no authority for any such statement from any theologian either in France or anywhere else Lying is never permissible under any circumstances unless it be when the editor of the Louisville Times proves an alibi and blames lying editorials on timeservers and stoolpigeons THE TRUTH ABOUT IT Of the Governors of the forty two States of this Republic not one is a Catholic though in the total population the Catholics greatly outnumber any other church de nomination and in several States have the votes to decide elections The Governors are principally Methodists Baptists Presbyterians Episcopalians and big church It is the same in the National Government the President and heads of departments are not Cath olics in the Senate House Minis ters to foreign countries minor government positions In State and local offices there is an insignifi cant proportion of Catholics This is not due to the lack of numbers influence and votes but to the fact that the average Catholic is not an officeseeker and the vast majority of Catholics care nothing about the religion or lack of religion of the candidates to be voted for To the Catholic the dragging of relig ion into politics is repugnant and his vote is cast against the Catholic as well as the nonCatholic who does it- Yet there are those who profess to fear that our Government and institutions are in danger of Catholic control and hence agitate or ganize and work themselves into a frency to exclude Catholics from office and would deprive them of suffrage There is no basis for such fears nor justification for such intolerance since it is evident that Catholics by reason of their n- um1ber and organization as a body could wield a greater influence ands hold a larger proportion of official positions in this country if they really desired to do so The fact that they do not refutes the claim arid dispels the fear that they have such purpose x But then anti Catholic intoler ance like all otheKJanaticisms born of ignorance and prejudice is blind to facts not only ofttlie past but the present before its eyes Only time and forbearance patience and upright living on the part of the object of its venom can over come it and cause its deluded votaries to realize their error And that it is being realized is evident in this country especially and in tau ro1eThe agitation and- O o persecution against the Catholic church has attracted attention and caused research The history of the Catholic churchy her doctrine to n- D I n- h government ceremonies every ut terance of her dignitaries and in deed the conduct of Catholic people were never so generally noted andI closely scrutinized before AndI the result does not seem to be de trimental to the church or to prove the charges of her enemies OnI the contrary the church is vindicated gains respect and confidence of those in authority and the gen eral public NonCatholic govern ments seek her counsel and aid scholars and diplomats esteem it a favor to delve into her archives libraries and museums for authori tative evidence to solve sciehtifi- and international problems her institutions are inspected and pat terned after as models of archi tecture and their management as guides in discipline and effective results while in education fromI the primary to the highest her system and institutions are coming to be recognized as first and best and finally among the converts ar counted the wealthy learned andt prominent of all professions Truth in time is vindicated andI error is discomfited Such is his tory and history is but a repetitionI of itself A FOOLISH STRIKE Twelve hundred men went onI strike in the Chesapeake Ohioi railroad shops at Huntington W Va William Davis an employe is a member of the City Council and as such voted to deprive Mayor Buck of the authority to name the council committees Buck is a member of the Blacksmiths Union and the union siding with the Mayor in the city political wrangle demanded the discharge of Davis which was refused and the strike of all shop employes followed NoI labor questions are involed Here is an opportunity for the national officials to teach the Huntington union that politics is one thing an labor matters another that labor unions are not political clubs but that politics are outside their pur poses These politicolabor unionists should be ordered back to work If they fail to promptly obey their charter ought to be re voked and the national officers furnish the Chesapeake Ohio shops with union men who will attend to their work first and poli tics afterward The approaching political cam paignss willl develop those would be politicians in labor unions all over the country and it behoove the labor officials to promptly squelch them that labor unions may not be used for political ends to the detriment and reproach of labor Let those political aspirants go into politics if they wish it is their right as citizens But com pel them to keep their politics out of labor unions and jhe labor unions out of politics Labor unions are organized and maintained for labor interests not for the political interests of individuals factions or parties Stick to the law and enforce it promptly rigidly and fearlessly Keep the politicians within bounds or fire them out The commercial convention of Kentucky manufacturers and mer chants adopted some appropriate and sensible resolutions principally that condemning the Legislature for refusing an appropriation for a State exhibit at the St Louis Worlds Pair Indeed the bar to Kentuckys progress is the enact went of restrictive and taxing laws against trade and failure to do anything to encourage development by the Legislatures of the I I L past twenty years The resolution adopted by the commercial convention are all right but the fact that the majority of the manufacturer and merchants of the State by their influence and votes are re sponsible for the election of such Legislatures was overlooked It iis not unlikely that these same memo hers whovoted for these resolution will when at home pull off their coats hurrah and vote for the sam class of legislators as in the past regardless of the best interests th peace and honor of the State The average Kentuckian as a politicia- is I great but as a citizen is a durt fool = at least that is what the past proves It may be the commercial convention meant what its resolu tions say and there is tobea change and our future Legislature are to be fan improvement for which the Lord knows there i ample room Seventeen Trappists monks ex pelted from France arrived her and went to the Abbey of Geth semaui last week and more are tioI follow to take up their abode iiin this free land It is said that as Andcstrange as it may seem the patri otic sentinels of liberty on the lookout against the invasion of this republic by eramissaries of the Pope are silent have not uttered ia protest nor sought the Govern ments aid to prevent their landing and locating in this country Are the sentries on the watch tower monkes not even disguised to be allowed to come into this country by the hundreds and establish hotbeds of sedition to overthrow our Ameri can institutions and turn over our Government to the Pope Perhaps the patriots are so occupied wit- the pending election campaigns that they are neglecting the outposts and thus allowing the wily enemy to steal a march on them At any rate they are failing fiin their patriotic duty as they profess it and whatever dire re sults come to this republic from tbe theyLcan not plead guiltless for they have made no effort to prevent it IThe striking waiters of Chicago have overstepped the mark and ar likely to meet defeat after all by their refusal to accept arbitration and resorting to boycott and coercion to enforce their demands un theyIwere by the united labor union and public opinion they had their fight won but spoiled it by imag ining they owned the earth to the exclusion of everyone else The labor unions repudiate and desert them and public opinion condemns them and this combined influence is now aiding the hotel and restau rant proprietors to overthrow the arbitrary and obdurate striking waiters This is another lesson to labor as well as the general public It demonstrates to the former that the rights of others must be re spected and arbitrariness even in behalf of labor will not be tol erated To the latter it shows that the conservative element after all rule the labor unions and will not be a party to injustice to employers on any pretext The striking Chi cago waiters may as well quit and charge up their defeat to folly which caused them to throwaway a victory won The assassination of the Servian King Queen Ministers their rela tives and adherents is a horrible reminder that some parts of the world are not uptodate But that is the way they reform govern ment in Servia and our Secretary of State properly observes that it is none ofour business and the United States Government will neither say nor do anything about it unless American citizens or in terests need protection DEATH OP MOTHER ANNE Mother St Anne of the Mount Carmel Convent New Orleans died last Sunday I LoulsianaeightyyearsJago during the past sixty four years She was known td the world as Wise Marcelite De Laune and was one of thefounders of the onlrofouut Carmel 4- u a rSGif l Anthony Montedouico is visiting rela rives in St Louis Mrs Sterling B Toney arrived home from a pleasant visit to New Orleans today i Miss Lucy JrHiggins of this city has taken a high rank at the Kentucky I State College Miss Fanny Bess OReilly has returned friendsein Indianapolis guestnMiss Clara Sweeney a popular young lady of StLouls Mr and Mrs Scott Gilbert are the guests of the llalters parents Dr and Mrs J Halpin OReilley Miss Mary Bull of this city who has insOhio has returned home kaowtst attorney has gone to spend a few days with friends at Cincinnati I Will Hokc Camp the talented son of City Treasurer James B Camp will at tend Princeton University next year Mrs Thomas Mouyhan and daughter Miss Lank Monyhan of Jeffersonville are visiting relatives in Indianapolis Patrick J Nelligan who has beeti suffering from an abscess on his jaw fo several weeks past is improving rapidly The many friends of Miss Lizzie Hart uett will be sorry to learn that she has been ill for the past week at her home 722 Oldham street George Barrett and wife of Chicago formerly of this city are visiting Mr Barretts mother Mrs John J Barrett at 838 East Main street Mrs John M Riester a well known member of St Brigids congregation iis dangerously iuat her home on Baxter avenue near Transit John Griffin Superintendent of tin Sundafvisiting friends in Louisville and returned to Frankfort on Monday Miss Minnie Sexton of 418 Shelby street has entirely recovered from her conhgratulations of her many friends Mr and MrsP J Brown attended the commencement exercises at Loretti Academy on Thursday where their daughter Miss Lula Mae was graduated Friends of Mr and Mrs John F Oertel gave them a delightful surprise party on Friday night of last week It was the eighteenth anniversary of their marriage a j Misses Queenie and Eleanor Wathen have returned home after a pleasant visit to friends in New York and Montreal In the latter city they were given much sociall attention fromea months visit to Mount Clemens Mich Mr Seeger is fully restored to health and looks twenty years younger than wheu he went away Messrs and Mesdames Charles and Will Crush and their mother Mrs Crush left Tuesday for Chicago to attend the wedding of Louis Crush a brother of Charles and Will Crush Thomas Burkholder of this city now holding a responsible position with the Baker Vawter Company of Chicago will return home July 4 for a brief vacation and visit with his parents Miss Katie Meagher daughter of D J Meaghur the popular Seventh street grocer is recovering from a spell ofE typhoid fever Her many friends a congratulating her on her recovery Misses Mary and Alice Griffin of Frankfort who were the guests of Pat Hollys family West Walnut street during the past two weeks have re turned to their home in the Capital City Thomas Higgins a hustling member of Division 3 Ancient Order of Hibernians is rapidly recovering after an illness of several weeks Ills friends are congratu lating him on his speedy return to health Madame Bush has gone to join her sisters Misses Mary and Katherine Fine gan at Atlantic City Early in July Mme Bush wilt leave for Paris where she will spend the remainder of the summer Mr and Mrs Adam Jiebel of Jeffer souvillc entertained number of friends Sunday in honor of their daughter Miss Eva Liebel who received her first holy communion that morning at St An thonys church Miss Maggie Callahan of Twelfth and Dumesnil streets and her friend Mrs James Fields hive returned to this city after spending a few pleasant days at Cecilia where they were the guests of Miss Amanda Fields W J James of this city and Miss Clara Wagner of Owensboro were united in matrimony by the Rev father Fitz gerald in the rectory Of St Pauls church Oweasboro last Monday Mr and Mrs James will reside in Louisville Fred A Bauer who has been ill for several month past Iis now on the high road to rrecovery and his friends are expecting to see him back in the harness before long He Is a member of the firm tof Rudolph Bauer His illness was brought on by overwork Thomas itKkyer Jr of Memphis Tenn wtgueetofp his father Thomas Kayeet Son Chestnut I arrangllJrlJdJUai I Q i ensIFi= j 11N1fl1flHHIt9lOtllllIfl19N1tlfltfllttltl11H1110l1tlt1l1tt RIIHIHIIl HI 11111fltlII111HlRIlHH1G1 E 4 FIFTH ANNUAL OUTING = OF r TRINITY COUNCIL Y M 1InII his wife will leave Memphis for Europe where they will remain till autumn James E Nolan of Jeffersonville who has been agent of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company in our sister city has been promoted to the position of assistant superintendent of the same company at Pittsburg His friends in the three Fall Cities wish him success in his new field rWallace Hamilton returned to this city last Wednesday from Cleveland Ohio where he has been during the theatrical1 season as treasurer of the Cleveland thea ter He is looking well He was for merly assistant treasurer at the Avenue Theater in this city and has many friends Miss Katie Loftus a beautiful antI charming Indianapolis girl left for home Sunday after a visit of two weeks at the home of M J Hogan 1223 Christy avenue Miss Loftus is the leading so prano soloist at the Cathedral in Indian apolis and made many friends while iin Louisville James P Glenn of Eighth and Ken tucky streets who has been suffering from rheumatism during the past few months is improving and will leave Monday for Martinsville Ind Dan Raftery of Seventh and St Catherine streets who goes for a rest will ac company him The many friends cf John Daum a popular figure in the Times composing room are glad to see him back at hIs post of duty after an absence of three weeks Mr Daum was threatened toil an attack of typhoid fever which he fortunately overcome He is being con gratulated on all sides on his speedy recovery The marriage of Miss Josie Crowley and John R Marshall took place at St Louis Bertrands church on June 9 buttt the young people did not divulge their secret until this week The Very Rev Father Fowler performed the ceremony Miss Crowley is a daughter of EdwardI Crowley the contractor Mr Marshall1 was formerly of New York but is now ai resident of Louisville Will Crush who holds an important position in the passenger department off the Missouri Kansas Texas railroad and his wife arrived in this city ten days ago to visit his mother and his brother Charles Crush Will is an old Louisville boy and was formerly Division Passenger Agent of the Mouou at this point until he was given a more important position with the Missouri Kansas Texas road John Weber and Miss Mary Weiduer prominent young people of Jtffersonvllle were united in marriage at St Anthonys church on Tuesday morning Rev Father Leonard Reich performed the areI held at the home of the brides parents Mr and Mrs Martin Weidner Miss Barbara Weber sister of the groom and George Weidner brother of the bride were the attendants Peter King of the Mason Hoag King Company came in Monday from Lafollete Juuction Tenn where his company is engaged in constructing a tunnel for the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company on its line between Jellico and Knoxville He was an in terested spectator at the commencement exercises at the Presentation Academy where his niece Miss Mary Agnes King was one of the graduates Louis Crush and Miss Hannah Blake of Muskegon Mich were married in st Vincent de Pauls church Chicago Ill on Wednesday evening Mr Crush is a native of Louisville and has many friends here He recently removed to Chicago and is engaged in the leather business with Wilder Co of that city Both bride and groom are popular young people After a bridal trip to New York they will make their home in Chicago Dennis J Maloney of Kansas City but formerly of Louisville was a wel come visitor here during the past week Mr Maloney was born in Louisville but when he was two years old his parents moved to Kansas City Mo He went front Kansas City to Indianapolis a member of the Kansas City drill team and his team won the prize Mr Maloney is engaged in the manufacture bagging in Missouri and received a warm welcome from bus Louisville relatives when he ranI down from IndianapolisI I I John Bernard Wathen Jr and Miss Effie Laurie Ewell will be united in marriage at St Louis Bertrands church on Wednesday morning at 9 oclock j Mrs Boyle 0 Boyle win be the matron j of honor The bride will enter the j churchwith her cousin Dr James B j sisterIgroom 1 Mieslizabeth and Anna Boyle the 0- J J AT FERN GROVE July q 1993 1 GOOD UNION MUSIC 3 All Boats Chartered 1 fIU1U1UUUU1UUUU1IUUU1UUUUU1U1UUUU1U1 UIUIUIUr little daughters of Mr and Mrs Boyle G Boyle will be the flower girls R E Wathen a brother of the groom win be boatman Robert OConnor and Miss Jennie Ramsey were married at St Johnsj church at 6 oclock Sunday mornings The Very Rev Father flax officiated1 The bride wore a white Paris muslin gown and carried white roses After the ceremony the bridal party had breakfast1 at Miss Benedicts In the afternoon Mr 1and Mrs OConnor left for a visit to Newr York The bride is the daughter of R W Ramsey and is a beautiful young lady Mr OConnor is associated with his brother Charles J OConnor in t ONeil Coal and Coke Company Doth are popular young people Edward L Andriott and Miss Allie M Roueche were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Cecilias church at 7 oclock last Thursday morning The Rev Father A J Brady performed the cere many and then celebrated nuptial mass The attendants were Messrs Lawrence Andriott and George Nicolas brothers of the bride and groom After the ceremonies the newly married couple were tendered a wedding breakfast at the how of the brides parents Later an all day reception was held at the home of the grooms parents Mr and Peter M Andriott 2621 St Xavier street VERY IMPORTANT Menbof All Parishes to Be Held Tomorrow Night The matter of building a hall for a general meeting place for Catholics i still agitating the minds of the progressive members of the congregations For some unknown reasons the meetings r cently have not been as well attended as they should be Mr Thomas Walsh Chairman of the temporary J has called a general meeting of the men of all the parishes to be held in Stt Francis Hall at 8 oclock tomorrow night Natters of importance are to discussed and every Catholic family iin the city should be represented In allI probability the life or death of the move ment will be determined at this meeting The clergy of the city have been invited to attend A full and free discussion of the movement and then deliberate action is necessary to make the enterprise a suc sass Louisville is the only city of it 9size in the United States which has not a general meeting place for Catholics TL should be remedied at once TURN THEM DOWN Several irresponsible people are solicitt ing donations for an alleged Catholic directory which they declare they have been authorized to publish No authority has been given for the publication of such a directory by the Right Rev Bishop or the clergy The Kentucky Irish American warns its readers and the general public against making donations to these persons MIKE BARRY HOME Michael Barry of the Louisville police forcereturned home Thursday after spending his furlough visiting his brother John Barry at Kansas Ill and his son William at Kansas City Mo Mr Barry had a very pleasant trip in a way Most Kentuckians have an antipathy to water Mr Barry isa lover of water in all its forms but he had too much of it iin his trip through the West Mr Barry spent five days in Kansas City as the guest of his son and while he is delighted with the Western country h was inconvenienced by the superfluity o water which made principal streets rail road depots and hotels places unfit to visit His son Will has a lucrative post tion with the Wabash railroad Mrs Will Barry is well known here where she was before her marriage Miss Agnes Watts His grandson Watts Barry of whom his grandfather is particularly proud Iis now a handsome boy of three years NEW TRANSFER STATION The new transfer station of the Louis ville Railway Company at Seventh and Market streets was opened to the public Monday morning and an additional and admirable system of transfers inaugu rated The new station is a onestory structure equipped with the latest mod ern improvements It has entrances on Market street and on Seventh street It is also partitioned with high wire screen fences to enable the crowds to pass read fly inl opposite directions This feature is the invention of President and General Manager Minary The Louisville Railway Company is rapidly redeeming Its pledges for better service on all its lines Within a short time Louisville bids fair V Ow L A nn IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORY I A O IX sDIVISION 1 Meets TuesdayTynanViceRileyRecording Ryan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 lank ureet- TreasurerThomas F Walsh DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of heEachMonth PresidentCon J Ford Vice President James Welch Recording Secretary Edward J Kei ran Financial SecretaryJohu TKeanev1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets Mondayevenings CavanaughVice QuinnRecording Financial SecretaryWilliam Burns 807 Twentythlrd street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArms Pat Begley DIVISION 4 Wednesday HennessyVice LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurerJohn DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday isatPfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kinney President Frank Hogan LyncheTreasurer Mike Kenney Financial Secretary Thomas OHern nY ovi i + MACKIN COUNCIL 205 HoarebePresidentFrank F Murphy First Vice President Louis W Born traegerSecond HigginsRecordlug GofFinancial Secretary Dan Weber 2548 St Cecilia streets SteltenpohlMarshal ShaughnessyInside OsborneisPat Connolly LEVYS HASLET LOOSE I ONSPRING SPRINGSUITS SUITSTHREE BIG LOTS 750 10 AND- s 15 SAVEFROM 5 10fBYBUYING NOW GET AROUND TOTHIRD AND MARKETQUICK BOOKKEEPING BoobWKto have the best street car service and system of transfers in the country Belt buckles in cut steel silver filigree gold or oxidized stone set are of varied and beautiful daaiga U I t + 0iT Y 0 n Ifrr 3 NIUOKY reisH AMERIOAN V L t r Funeral LDE3AX Director and Embalmerl I LiCEIIO1TI3 ssooo Carriages For All Occasions 700 E CHESTNUT ST STATIONERS PRINTERSBINDERS BOOKSELLERS The Bradley Gilbert Co INCORPORATED Blank Book e Paper Box Manufacturers RepwienlatlvM of the Hammond Typewriter lor Kentucky Typewriter Supplies RIbbons etc for ill Machines Cor Third and Green Sts LOUISVILLE KY SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma to CHICAGOONI I Ojifujjiimi oimiaaiUUKiliiiSt In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager JOHN Ili FIZAIKS ALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY It It + + ItMMMM t M MM M M PARADISE SAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR Home Telephone 38- 4HMMMMMMMMM 248 West Jefferson St MM + ++ HENRY CLAUERI ErEPEIONE 11hO Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 407 JEFFERSON ST 428 and 430 Branch House 905 West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET JOHN F OBRTBII BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY I PETER M ANDRWI X 8SONS WAGONH MMANUFACTURERSC- arriage N Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST al- BIG FOUR ROUTE TO IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 259 Fourth Ave 4a r GATI General Agent Louteville Ky WARREN J LYNCH G P A WH A9PACDtCI1C1iATI u If- r sr John T Murphy CANDY MANUFACTURER AND WHOLESALE JOBBER IN Picnic Novelties Sweet and Salted Peanuts Manufacturer of the FAMOUS BASE BALL POP CORN PACKAGE HOME PHONE5 3 1SS5 E JSROAJDATVAY IllinoisVERY CentralRailroa LOW RATES TO CALIFORNIAAnd ONLY LINE running through personally conducted Excursion Sleepers to California New Mexico I Arizona and Texasi 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 Springs criptivematterofCalifornia laud lathe South and through tickets call on W JJ McBride City PUll Agent southeast corner Fourth and Market or K1drf W Harlow QPA Loalsyille u 4 y HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeckGeneral- News Notes Division 6 of Baltimore has placed a memorialwindow in St Johns church It cost 325- Baltimore Hibernians are preparing for a great memorial celebration of the death of Robert Emmet The order in Bay City Mich has gained 10 per cent in membership dur ing the last six months The Rev Father Van Antwerp pastor of the Holy Rosary Detroit Mich has secured the Papal benediction for Divis ion 1 of Detroit The Hibernians of Leadville Col have donated five gold medals for the study of Irish history in one of the parochial schools Fortyfive IrishAmerican children are competing for the medals The Hibernian Australian Society has 22000 members Affiliation is now in operation with the Ancient Order of Hi bernians of America A move is on foot to change the name to the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Australia Members of the order in Cleveland are making arrangements for the celebration of the centenary of Robert Emmets death on September 20 Judge ONeil Ryan of St Louis National President Dolan and Hon John T Finnerty of Chicagowill be the speakers The ten divisions of the order in Syra cuse N Y will hold a union picnic at Long Branch on Thursday June 25 It is expected that 10000 people will be in attendance The Athletic Committee tins arranged many Interesting contests among them a hurling game a base ball game a tug of war and sprinting con tests SIOUX INDIANS Promise Their Friends on Enjoy able Time at Phoenix 11111 Park The Sioux Indians a popular tribe of local Red Men will give their annual picnic at Phoenix Hill Park on Tuesday Two bands will be on hand one to furnish dance music while the Other will render concert selections in the park A gold watch a diamond ring and a hand some bracelet will be given to the ladies selling the greatest number of tickets The Sioux Indians is largely made up of young IrishAmericans On the vari ous committees arranging for the coming picnic are Dr C F Melton Daniel J Reardon Dr H Duke Felix McLain Lafe Stoesser William J Connelly Robert E OSullivan Arthur OBrien and Rick Quinn ROGER NOHALTY HOME Roger Nohalty has returned from Martinsville Ind where he spent a month under treatment for rheumatism He is greatly improved in health His many friends are pleased to hear of his complete recovery FATHER OHLE PLEASED A large and intelligent class of chil dren received their first holy communion at St Vincent de Pauls church last Sunday morning The pastor Very Rev Father Ohle was pleased at the great showing tirade by the little ones of his congregation OONE INTO BUSINESS Messrs Charles and John B Nadotff have bought out George Grubers place of business on Second street between Market and Jefferson The Messrs Nadorff are popular young men and will no doubt be very successful in their busi ness venture George Gruber will remove to a new stand at Jackson and Market streets ST PETERS PICNIC The members of St Peters congrega lion will give a picnic at Phoenix Hill Park on July 28 A special feature will be the gold hunt One person will be given a 5 gold piece and every person on the grounds will have the right to ask every other person if he or she has the money When the right person is accosted the money will be forthcoming NEWPORT Lafayette Council YM I of New port will give its eleventh annual basket picnic at Liebers Grove Glen Park on Saturday July 4 The Chesapeake Ohio train carrying the excursionists will leave Cincinnati in the morning stopping at Newport Bellevue and Day ton Returning the train will leave eveningItville members of the Y M I will take in the excursion and outing ST MARYS OP THE WOODS The series of commencement exercises at St Marys College St Marys of the Woods Ind began Sunday when the art exhibit was thrown open to visitors The annual meeting of the alumnae class was held on Tuesday when the class of 1878 celebrated its silver jubilee An eloquent address was delivered by the Rev Father Sherman SI The grad uates held theh commencement exercises on Wednesday There were fourteen graduates and two post graduates Thorns and splinters finding their way under the skin frequently give considerable pain If the splinter or thorn can not be immediately extracted for which purpose a new needle will be found inmost cases sufficient surgical instrument the part should be bathed with hot water In the event of inflammation the steam of hot water should be applied Grasa lawns wlthelVetpotsand trimmed with chameleon shot ribbon are tpb worn with lace capes the callar cut to envelop tine shoulder o 0 CARTHUSIANS Nave Bought tho Far Famed Island of loua Near Scotland H y Refugo of St Coitunba When Ho Was Banished From Ireland POI Several Centuries it Was u Celebrated frSoat of Learning N KINGS AND BISHOPS BURIED THERE The Carthusian monks recently ex pelled from the monastery of the Grand Chartreuse in France have bought from the Duke of Argyll Ipna Island The terms of the sale provide for the preserva tion of the sacred and historical associa tions of the Island basis a lonely island of the Hebrides group and is situated about a mile from the mainland of Scot land It is three miles long and one mile broad It is described as a wild ungrateful craggy spot and is anchored amid tempestuous seas cold lonely and barren Iona was formerly called Icolm kill which means Island of Columbas churchIt on this wild and barren island St Columba or St Columbklll the Dove of the Church landed when he was ban ished from Ireland When he landed he saidThis place small and mean as it appears shall be honored not only by the kings of the Scots and their people but by the rulers strangenaticns and those subject to them By the holy men also of other churches it shall be held in reverence The prophecy proved to be correct Ions for more than 200 years was the nursery of Bishops the center of educa tion and religious knowledge the capital of the Celtic race and the point of union among the British Isles But who was St Columba Columba was born in the North of Irelandand came from a fierce and warlike line of ancestors The learned Adamnan StI Columbas successor as head of the Irish colony on Iona tells us He was a man wellformed frame his skin was white his face was broad and fair and radiant lit up with large gray luminous eyes his large and well shaped head was crowned with close and curly hair His voice was clear and resonant so that he could be heard at a distance of more than 1500 paces In his youth Columba was trained for the church first at Kells then at Moville and Clonard He was declared to be aImodelmonastic scholar At the age ofI twentyfour he founded the monastery and schools at Derry among his own tribesmen of TirConnel Lalerlie built another Irish school at Durrow in Kings county and one at Kells The last named Tose to great importance in the ninth and tenth centuries several hundred years after the death of its illustrious founder During the middle ages these monastic schools founded by St Columba were the great centers of religion and learning They were theI habitudes not only of the scholars of Ireland but of the entire continent of Europe St Columba himself is described as one of the most elegant scribes in the church Some of his handwrit ing is said to be extant in the manuscripts i of the Clan ODonnell and the Book of Kells The fine arts were cultivated in his schools with great success Columba was a great musician and that led to his banishment from Ireland fortunately it led him to lona and thence to the conversion of the people of Scot land While visiting his former teacher St Finniau he saw a copy of some music which he greatly admired St Finninu was very proud of his new music and had it guarded zealously StIColumba managed to get near it at nightI and copied it He had finished the transcription when it was discovered Finnian claimed the copy so did Col umba As they could not agrees they went before the Brehon or Magistrate He decided To every cow belongs her calf and adjudged that St Finnian was entitled to the copy St Columba was much incensed He aroused his clan and several battles took place St Columbas tribe won but several thousand were slain on either side during the various conflicts After the final victory St Columba Went to confession to Molaise of Inuismurray a strict churchman For his penance Columba was told to leave Ireland for ever and never set eyes on it again and to win as many souls to Christ as he had caused to be lost in battle He accepted the penance and left Ireland on the eve of Pentecost 563 A D He and his little band of followers landed on lona He won the friendship of the King of the neighboring territory who made him a present of the Island of Iona At once Columba and his companions built a little village of huts and here they es tablished the school of lona For several centuries thereafter ekings and nobility of all the northern kingdoms of Europe were wont to send their children to these schools to be educated loua was the center of the Catholic propaganda of the Celts until the time of the arrival of the Danes several centuries later It was from this rocky inland that all the monastic schools in Northern Ireland and many in England were governed Its scholars became the greatest penmen in Europe Centuries later her mission aries and scribes wIFe welcomed in France and Germany From Ions his monks traveled over COiUD11andcaching and teaching travele- dlwflntod England while them went to Germany and planted U I Hght of faith I- Ir n 1 along the Rhine It was St Columba who preserved and restored the order of the bards or poets in Ireland It was he who inaugurated regular schools for their training and regular provision for their support To him the Irish people owe much for the transmission of the annals of Celtic wanderings from the Orient and the records of former culture and refinement of the Celtic race In the ninth century the ravages of the Danes and national and religious jeal ousies rendered Iona insecure and it was abandoned by the followers of St Columba just as the Carthusian monks are now abandoning the home that has been theirs for centuries But baa stands today a most striking relic of ancient Celtic splendor On it are to be found the ruins of ancient monasteries churches schools and graveyards In its soil are buried fortyeight kings of Scotland four of Ireland eight of Nor way and one of France It is also the last resting place of many lords of the Scottish isles abbots bishops and priors The last king buried there was Duncan of Scotland who was murdered by Mac beth in 1040 A D The Carthusians have fouud a refuge full of historical and religious interest May they long live and flourish to enjoy it IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The new church of the Sacred Heart at Roscommon was dedicated June 10 An epidemic of influenza has broken out in the diocese of Tuam County GalwayMary Kelly of Waterford was drowned while gathering cockles The body was not recovered B F OBeirne of Ruskey has been appointed to the Commission of the Peace in the County Leitrlm Joseph Barrett has been returned un opposed for Alderman in the South Center ward of the city of Cork One wing of the fine mansion of Mrs Hope Johnstone near Navan was gutted by fire The loss is estimated at 10000 Jeremiah Clifford recently died in the County Limerick at the advanced age of 107 years Last year he harvested his own crops The continued emigration from the County Clare is appalling Forty young men and women recently left from one parish alone John Grady a blacksmith of Ballagb adereen was found dead in his forge The Coroner rendered a verdict of death from natural causes An epidemic of typhoid fever has broken out in the County Kerry and the medical authorities are making heroic efforts to stamp it out William Cronin of Blarney has been elected Chairman of the Cork Board of Guardians vice Mr OConnor who declined to stand for reelection Dublin has a new lifeboat It replaces the old boat stationed for many years at Skerries County Dublin Uis thirty five feet Iqng and ten feet wide The skeleton of a woman has been found in a bog near New Forest County Westmeath It is supposed it is the body of some one who was lost in the bog forty or fifty years ago Two carriages collided at Blackrock County Dublin and as a result Miss Hug gins was thrown out and seriously in jured Four other ladies occupants of the carriages had marvellous escapes Dr M Lavin of Ballina lost his life in a runaway accident lIe was return- Ing home when his horse took fright and the carriage was overturned Dr Lavin suffered fracture of the skull and died the next morning The second annual County Wexford leis brought large crowds to Enniscorthy where the feis was held under the auspices of the Gaelic League There singingImousDr Michael McGrath superintending medical officer of the city of Limerick and Miss Cissie Clune eldest daughter of Magistrate John Clune were married in the Church of St Saviour Limerick The Rev Father James Daly uncle of the bride officiated It is currently rumored that Col Arthur Lynch who fought against the British army in the Boer war and was sub quently elected to Parliament and then sentenced to death which was later com muted to life imprisonment will soon receive an unconditional pardon The Venerable Archdeacon OLeary celebrated his golden jubilee at Castle island During his fifty years as a priest he has labored with indefatigable zeal tor the temporal and spiritual welfare of his flocks throughout the Kerry diocese The celebration was largely attended The people of Dublin have organized a society to combat emigration It is known as the AntiEmigration Society A large portion of the initial work will be the collection of exact and detailed in formation on the numberof persons who Irishspeaking Great interest is being manifested in the coming race of the Automobile Club The GordonBennett Cup has been placed on exhibition in Dublin and is attracting much attention It Is made entirely of silver and is of French design and workmanship The present holder of the cup is SF Edge one of the favored competitors this year The overtures for the settlement of the action brought by Lord De Freyne against Messrs John Redmond John Dillon William OBrien Michael Davitt and other national leaders for conspiracy in respect of the management of his estate have fallen through Arbitration was proposed and an eminent dignitary of the Catholic church was suggested as solearbitrator We do all kinds of fine lob printing ti 1 tJ 4 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 i3COfIPOUND Ky Title- Savings Bank FIFTH AND COURT PLACE Open Daily until 3 p ni Saturdays until 7 p m- 50cTable DHote Dinner GREATEST EVER MUSIC AFTERNOON AND EVENING DY FIRST REGIMENTBAND ANDREW SEIDERT Direc- torBOULEVARD PARK HAMMERSGflRDEN Coolest Place in the City Cool Refreshments MORBAGHS ORCHESTRA Concerts Daily Take Jacob Park car via Seventh street pfyoepix jlill parK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsOutings SocialsT- his beautiful park lyis 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 Our Optical Department is firstclass Eyes tested free and satisfaction guar anteed MULLOYelOIIN f DEALER IN SpicesAnci Pond Lily and Home Baking Powder 214 w114CAreKEr ST Telephone Main 1189 CBTHOMPSON FLORISiROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 261 West Jefferson St 682 Fourth Ave GOTH TELEPHONES 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 030 to 1230 oclock 4 3 vv QItETJ3 r Vii a FOR BIDET OrD MKENNA WHISKY CALL UPON SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN GENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out ISpring Styles have arrived in Hats and Umbrellas STEWART BROTHERS 420 W GREEN ST CARPENTERS BUILDERS BOTH PHONES 3047 Jobbing Work of all kinds given our personal and prompt attention WinesLiqnors Cigars f TOM BENNETTS EXGHflNGE N E Cor Preston and Jefferson HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS 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 C J SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard- Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets Telephone 22- 41LOW RATES TO California Washington Oregon Idaho Montana and Utah VIA Bio Four Route One Way Colonist Tickets at very low rates on sale daily until June 15th 1003 particulars Agents Big Four Route or address the undersignett WARREN J LYNCH Genl Pass and Ticket Agent W P DEPPE Asst Genl Pass and Ticket Agent Cincinnati O S J plates Oeaeral Agent Louisville K- yFLORiDAfI f lRAlN8 1 FLORIDA LIMITED t CHICAGO AND FLORIDA SPECIAL changefromnati and Louisville to Jacksonville and Sttr Augustine VIA Southern Railway and i rQueen Crescent Route fastestInvation cars drawin room sleepers corn 0pnrtmentdescriptiyeofFlorida address any agent of the Southern Rail AgentLexington GenlGasel Penl Manager St Louieff r rru vt J r I Iii 7 0 A tNtEUOKY IRIS I RIOAN tt8 = t8 + WATHENS Ice Cream and Sherbets + +i HAVE THREE STRONG POINTS f + PURITY QUALITY PRICE II Try them and you will be convinced Cream js g shipped as far as 400 miles SK f HOME TELEPHONES 2144 AND 3968 JjJ f 629 EIGHTH STREET + t = t GEHER SON Complete Assortment Latest Styles and Best Makes COOKING AND HEATI- NGSTOVES CAST AND STEEL RANGES 217 ilsrkot Street Near Second lVVVVVVVVV 3 lFor Goodness is Sale Rat S Mothers Bread i sSd I China Sr le Ia FreegFor Labels fn nnnanl t t t tli to ern n en fte cnaToooere BOOK GO1gA having recently incorporated and added new capital J are to furnish all kinds 1 BOOKSbMAG SSPAN RELIGIOUS ARTICLES 1 OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 2g 1 PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTY + FULL LINE OF CONFIRMATION GOODS + i 434 W Jefferson Sri ee4 ENOS Peopkand1 For Business Good Employment and Success Jl4 CALL OR WRITE FOR FULL INFORMATION v r Union Nalonai BaR MAIN CollegeaTSIG w w d rr 1 1J DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN 1m i Dougherty Keem II UNDERTAKERS W- WI2lS West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth WT rB IHOri 3 12402H1 tltmtltmAll Calls = llriagcs FRflNK FEflR BREWING 60 INCORPORATEDtt i Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY t 4 DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN nRE ING oo ANYXNQOICPCMIAT3ED TELEPHONE 452 IOTIAVIIL KY i IOO HALF=PRICESALExOIiV Imported Black Goods I Makes it decidedly interesting to the moneysaving women Having gone through our big Black Goods stock we have selected about 350 yards of fine imported novelty dress goods in lengths of from 4 to 6 Iyards which are desirable for skirts and suits Seldom has a sale in ItS Louisville attracted more eager buyers than this one We are showing new Canvas Etamine Cloth which is so much in demand at pres 50cwor Silk and Wool Grenadine 44 inches 506we 44octhis I I IiI iSensational in Extreme iI BACONS DEPENDABLE FOOTWEAR Sacrificed in a I We are to our shoe stock A clearance saleconceded by all to be the grandest valuegiving event ever for shoe selling Io C AA PER PAIRLadies Ox ainirlgo1I I 1 I gradeselegant values T 1 48Ladies Oxfords and Strap fcpl positive 2 grade o and some even better o o Sv 1 QO Ladies Oxford Ties an- do k JjlibO High Shoes this group includes o all 250 grades with many pairs of 300 kinds o AA Ladies Low Shoes and HJ Straps new shapes former o 300 grades all heels and leathers Ss 2 98 Ladies Low Shoes choice o 4 ofall former 400 and 350 best grades 0 and VERY Impression Mode by the Pupils of the Academy of Our lady of Mercy The exercises of the of Our lady of Mercy at 1152 East Broadway was held last Wednes day under favorable auspices Among the clergymen present were th Right Rev Bishop Rev P M J Rock Rev George Rev Henry Rev Charles Ratio Rev F X Bachmann Rev George Weiss Rev Thomas White Rev P Creary Rev Father McParland Rev Father Schmitt Rev Father Wester mann and Brother Phillip of the Xaverian Brothers wer conferred upon Misses Agnes E Coady Rose C Watson Katherine L Reedy Adelaide M Hil lerich Isabelle C Straub Florence A Hillericb Gertrude C McGinn Rose A Fedler and Josephine C Gnau Essays of an excellent character were read by the and an elaborate musical was given The art exhibition was an interesting feature of the commencement Secondary honors and were conferred upon many Of the younger pupils Miss Rose Watson delivered the salut atory The valedictory was delivered by Miss Agnes Coady The art work of Miss Gertrude Catherine McGinn received favorable comment on all sides FOR OHUOSCHLAQER The National of tion Roofers held their twelfth annual meeting in this city on Wednesday and of this week Jacob B Oblige schlager of this city Vice President of the had much to do with the roofers to and also saw that they were enter tained during their stay here Mr Ohlig was toastmaster at an informal dinner tendered the roofers at Fountain Ferry Park on Wednesday and accom panied them to Cave Tburst day afternoon GLEE CLUBS Satolli Glee Club an organization com posed of young men of the Satolli Coun cil Young lens Institute will hold its tenth annual excursion on the evening of I Monday June 29 The steamer Colum bla has been chartered for the occasion and will leave the First street wharf at 810 oclock The best music to be had will be aboard the boat This popular organization grows In popularity from year to year and its entertainments are always deljghtfuUl The following members of the Satolli n I I1 0 Extra quality Allwool Btamine 44 inches wide this cloth has the crepe effect 90C a yard this weeks price per yard All Wool Voile the proper thing for summer dresses 44 inches wide soft and rich in 150 a yd this 5yard8 the merciless manner forced reduce known June Sv7 Qg i 0nk I I00PERPAIRLadiesHighI 0fewthis group 89C Childrens 0ISlippers sizes 84 to 125 0 toC0mer price 150 S 1 00Childrens Shoes sizes 5 to 4jl of former 48cInfants 3gradesSlippers Straps and i Ties 75C grades IQ U BACON SONSB- et Third and Fourth MARKET STREETBet Third Fourth 000000000000000000 0000 FAVORABLE commencement Academy morning McCloskey Schumann Connolly Superior Diplomas graduates programme medals HURRAH Association Composi Thursday association bringing Louisville properly Schlager Mammoth EXCURSION worth texture worth i 00 Glee Club have this affair in charge George V Kilcourse John F Fahey James Perry Joe Joyce Charles Lauer Carl Obrecht George Tepe John Ryan I George Perry Louis Baker William Ross Harry CoTgan George Francis Harry Kerrick Harry Birch John J Crotty Philip J Slitzel and E J Aud LOW RATES OfforoeBy the Big Four Rail road The Big Four Route through its popular local General Agent Sid J Gates offers half rates to Boston Mass and return on account of the meeting of the First Church of Christ Scientists Tickets will be otf sale at the local office June 25 20 and 27 good going on date of sale and good for return to and including Juy 21 1903 By depositing ticket with jointt agent at Boston and payment of fee of fifty cents an extension of return limit to and including August 1 may be ob tained The Big Four Route also announce- half rates for the Fourth of July within a radius of 200 miles Tickets will be on sale July 3 and 4 good returning July 0 The Big Four Route also offers low rates to Denver Col and return on account of the convention of the United Society of Christian Endeavor Tickets will be on sale July 0 7 and 8 from Big Four points on Cincinnati Northern railroad and D U railroad at very low rites Tickets will be good for return leaving destination on date of exe cution by joint agent at Denver but not earlier than than five days from date of sale nor later thanAugust 31 For full information and particulars as to rates tickets limits etc call on S J Gates General Agent of the Big Pour Route of Louisville YOUNOMANDROWNED Robert Hunchman aged sixteen years and a son of Mr and Mrs Charles Hunchman of 1814 West Walnut street was drowned while bathing in the river last Tuesday evening The funeral took place from thet Church of the Sacred Heart on Thursday morning The deceased was a popular young man and his death is lamented by a large circle of friends sue INDIANAPOLIS AND RETURN S158 Big Four Route Sunday tune 21 Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at m Returning train leaves 80Ckxf Union depot at 7 oclock p tickets at city ticket depotS n I THE REASON WHY Mike Finegan Impressed His Views on a Boasting English Mariner The daily papers several days ago gave H misleading account ofa pleasant little incident that occurred in Mike Finegaus place of business at Ninth and Kenuck streets The true story of the all lir iis this Two men walked into Mr Fine gans establishment One of them asked the proprietor where he could catch a freight train to Cincinnati via the Louis ville Nashville railroad Mr Finegan directed him to go either to East or South Louisville There are more liars in this town the I any place Ive ever struck They lot t me I could catch a freight here at Ninth and Kentucky streets You were misinformed said Mr Finegan Im giving it to you straigh- either East or South Louisville After a pause Mr Finegan inquired iif the stranger was a railroad man He replied that he was not lIe was a sailor birsFineganIt a wonder then that you were not in the navy in the late war with Spain Huh The Yankees have no navy You have no navy said the stranger Spain thought so after the battles of Manila bay and Santiago said Finegan You have no navy at all laid the stranger I belonged to the h navy It can whip any navy on of the globe prepAredI IThe Yankees whipped it in of 1770 and in 1812 and we are to do it today if it becomes necessary said Mr Finegan The stranger walked up to Mr Finegan and shaking his finger in his face said As an English subject I am hereto tell you that you are a dn liar What the stranger has said since has not been recorded lie was knocked down twice quicker than the shots came from the battleship Olympia His friend dragged him outside and when he gave signs of being restored to consciousness his friend said I told you you were in Kentucky and that if you did not keep your head shut you would have it beaten off The stranger left Louisville for the citys good If he gets a berth in the English navy and sails the seas whether it be around the Horn or beside the white hills of Albion he will never see a Yankeel1agwithout remembering his visit to Kentucky and Mine Host Mike Finegan Pins were first manufactured in t ejUnited Steles soon after the war o 181i 1 J ut e2 2 J2a 2 J A 1IoD NI FORGETiI 1SatolliS I Glee Clubsb T xTn v axxua 40 t UP=THE=RIVER 4 p- QQ 4G STEAMER 81111I oclock COLUMBIA Monday Eve June 29 03 fO 222gg svV 2i7i722Z7i72 IJ COKEI1 PITTSBURGH JELLICO and KENTUCKY COAL 8Home Phone 256 Call me up Now Preshly I the mined time end to order well your colOffceI J 847 Westt MarketI k t Streett tft F++++++++++ tttt ++ H + H+ M+ M M M ++++++++++++ EAT A BRICK OIF Cuscadens Ice Cream +++ M M+ +M+ Mt 4 H Ht + + +++++++ + H H+ +M+ +Mt H + +++++++++++ Louisville Military Band PAUL M MUELLER SECRETAY MUSIC FOR PARADES PICNICS AND DANCING S W COR SECOND AND MAIN STS Leave Orders Office Hours9 a tm to 5 p m Homo Telephone 1663 li H l fH 11E H El fl HIETIIr FH J Gran W Smiths Sons JI i Funeral Directors i I And Embalmers jjj i IoJ I 11 MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET III = TELEPHONE 810 ffl IDftIIDUDUftD ftUDI UftIftDlI lJoMkeel1ln STfff aesr is tNt HEAP 8 Penmanj1hip m l0 1QItlan o figeufrtfiny TeTeyraghy N endFor f N Itialyuel I yy 1Seven experienced teachers suds one n specialist in his line We are now in our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged yearStudents++HHHlHlIlullulI IF++I HI HHI tIIHI HIHIIII1Iutu1ut1 EEHOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 Td7 jj FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER t- osse EAST MAIl STREET With the assistance qf my sons I will continue the undertaking business X of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 Bast Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT HHHIl 11 I HII HHtuII t l d1 IH III IIliIl d HIHI IIII f F lE 1 i i f F E E Moidoon Monument Gomponyi lDESIGNERS AND BUILDERS 3 OFIITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE 5II i I Monuments I IIArtistic Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studio Carrara Italy i I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET I I HRBU ftH OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGEL- ouis Wabnitz Co Proprietors STOllktatish++ t t t + + + t + t + tt tt + t t + + t t t + + t + t t t + + t + ++ t + t + t ++ FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES AL KOLB345 West Green StreetLIQUORS ClOAK- StHtltH H nHHt Ht n HtttHHt InH t It It MM U ui+ Hr rr T- w U r