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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 1 ii- I I KENTUCKY 1R1511 AMERICAN VOLUME XINO 9 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY AUGUST 29 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS T CRANDSUCCESS Was the Second Irish Field Day Given by the Hiber nians Contesteded Handsomely Knights of Columbus of St Louis Defeated Tocal Ball Team BIGI CROWD ENJOYED THE DAY The second annual Irish field day which was held at Fern Grove last Sun day was a success socially financially and from an athletic standpoint The local members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians certainly did themselves proud There can no longer be a doubt that the Irish field day has come to stay in Louisville Not less than 5000 peo pie attended the outing and all present were pleased beyond expectation The crowd was orderly and there was fun In plenty The throng that came from St Louis while strangers were received not only with true Kentucky hospitality but with many a cead mUle faillhe Theyentered into the spirit of the day and long before th eyhad reached Fern Grove all felt perfectly at home The athletic events were spiritedly contested and several fine exhibitions of skill and strength were given In order that all who wished to attend might have an opportunity of hearing mass the first boat did not leave the wharf until 10 oclock Nearly an hour before the boat left hundreds of men women and children had gathered at the wharf Great interest centered in the game of base ball between the Knights of Colum bus team of St Louis and the nine made up of local Hibernians The St Louis nine brought many friends from the Mound City and right royally did they root for their favorites The St Louis people were due to arrive in Louisville at 716 oclockabut it was nearly 10 oclock beoretii tnin pulled in Areception g I- tovisitorsmatl the Louisville Hotel where a substan tial breakfast had been prepared Frank G Cunningham Traveling Passenger Agent of the Henderson route was in charge of the excursion and saw that the patrons of his company were well treated After breakfast the reception committee escorted the St Louis visitors to the boat and the start for Fern Grove was made The sun shone fiercely but tbe breeze along the river as the boat steamed up the Ohio was fresh and invigorating A little more than an hour was consumed in the trip up the river A second boat quickly followed the first and in the afternoon two more boats of human freight were brought to the scene of the festivities A good baud was on hand and popular Irisju airs were rendered throughout the day It seemed that everybody had brought his or her appe tite along and justice was done the many good things that go to strengthen and refresh the inner man A rest followed dinner and then Chair man Tom Dolan of the games committee and local father of the Irish field day an nounced that the hour for the athletic contests had arrived The first event was the game of ball between the St Louis Knights of Columbus and the Hibernians The visitors were heavy weights as a rule and had the advantage of playing together frequently while the Hibernians were lighter in weight and as a team had never played together before Nevertheless the game was exciting throughout The contest ended with a score of seven to four in favor of the visitors Louisville would have won but for errors and failure to hit the ball The battery work of Lamb and Kinsella of 0theKnights of Columbus was particu larly fine but it must be taken into con sideration that both Pitcher Lamband Catcher Kinsella are old and experienced players At the same time due credit should be given the battery work of our own boys Joe Hanrahan and Hugh lug gins Without them the Hibernians would never have been in the game As it was the game was close enough at all times to make the crack St Louis team play ball from start to finish At the 0close of the game the visitors were presented wild a handsome silver cup County President Sullivan made the presentation speech In behalf of the Hiber nians and Capt Kile of the victorious team responded Both were happy in their remarks Frank G Cunningham also made a short tak thanking the Hi bernians for the cordial reception given the visitors and expressing the hope that the time was not far distant when a team f of Louisville Hibernians would visit St Louis and try to recover their lost laurels ifThe other games and the victors were asfollowsOne yards dash fine um brella John J Barry Two hundred yards dash pair shoes Torn Barry Hop step and jump rocking chair John J Barry+ Running high jjump three sbirU John J IMrryRu broad jump fine umbrella 1 Donnelly t Putting sixteen pound shot hat John JoyceThrowing twelve pound hammer load of coal John Joyce Potato race hat Will Ohlendorf Boys race under fpurteen years set of boxing gloves Philip Cavanaugh Girls race under fourteen years hand some cup Mamie Held Threelegged race two cases beer Hugl Ulggies nj1ohn J Barry The tag bf war was won by the team from Division 3 The prize was a box of cigarsSpecial mention should be made of the threelegged race a novelty in itself and was won by John J Barry and Hugh Higgins in a hot finish Little Mamie Held acquitted herself admirably in the running race for girls One of the most exciting contests was over the running high jump between John J Barry and Dan Downs However Barry outclassed his opponent and carried off the prize The judges of events were State Secretary William T Meehan and William M Hig gins Their decisions proved just and popular It was 530 oclock before the games were over Then came supper and after that the majority tired but happy sought places on the boats Before 9 oclock the last boat had landed its passengers at First street On every hand praise for the Hibernians was beard and many wishes for frequent returns of the Irish field day It would be hard to tell to what man or what division belongs the greatest credit for the days success In fact the four divisions under the supervision of the County Board worked so harmoniously that all deserve equal praise Division 4 certainly did Its share in looking after the refreshments Division 1 with President Mike Tynan and Chairman Tom Dolan did excellent work in arranging the games The good work of Division 2 and President Con Ford in the advertis ing line showed for itself in the immense crowd that was present Division 3 se cured the many handsome prizes that were awarded to the victors ROYAL RECEPTION Accorded tho New Bishop of Buffalo by Clergy and City The Right Rev ChatleSiBeary Colton the new Bishop of Buffalp Was conse crated in St PatrickVCathedral New York on Monday last The Most Rev Archbishop Parley officiated and among t4eritiststtxeiEsaltapd4i +ililte eHlta Twere OCdnnprof Newark McFaul of Trenton Burke of Albany Ludden of Syracuse McDonnell of Brooklyn Foley of Detroit Kennedy of St Augustine Fla aud Hennessy of Wichita The Cathedral was crowded with the religious and lay friends of the new Bishop In the afternoon a dinner was given by Archbishop Parley in honor of the newly consecrated prelate On Tuesday Bishop Culton set out for his new diocese lIe was accompanied by Archbishop Farley and many other distinguished clergymen The party was received at the depot in Buffalo by a large delegation of priests of the diocese At 730 oclock Tuesday evening a magnificent parade of thirtytwo divisions was held in honor of the new Bishop On arriving at the Cathedral Bishop Col ton entered first and was met by Arch bishop Farley who formally transferred the diocese into his keeping A magnificent musical programme was rendered Addresses of welcome were made by clergy and laymen to which Bishop Culton feelingly responded The cere monies closed with benediction of the most blessed sacrament and the singing of the Te Deurn PIOUS PEOPLE Of Lebanon Will Celebrate St Augustines Day Very Appropriately St Augustines day which in the church calendar fell on Thursday last will be celebrated with imposing cere monies tomorrow at St Augustines church Lebanon The Rev Father Ed ward W Docs will celebrate solemn high mass The sermon will be preached by the Rev Father William Hogarty one of the missionaries to nonCatholics in this diocese and a man of rare eloquence and learning St Augustines church will be appropriately decorated for the occasion and it is expected that it will be crowded by members of the congregation and their friends nonCatholics as well as Catholics from neighboring counties Vespers and benediction will be cele brated in the afternoon Lebanon Catho lics will vie with each other in properly celebrating the day of the patron saint pf their beautiful church FATHER WHITE IMPROVES The Rev Father Thomas W White pastor of the Church of St Frances of Rome in Clifton is rapidly improving- o weeks ago Father White suffered an attack of acute indigestion ancj was threatened with appendicitis He had to be removed to Sti Mary and Elizabeth Hospital and though his condition was found to be serious it w8atno time alarming Under the rate of the good Sisters of Charity he htt so much im proved that he will be able to receive any of hit parishioners who desire to call dayaadthe prospects are that he will HlM able to resume lila pastoral da birm Y l of JIP Iy IIIS HOLINESS 1OPE PIUS X A Qp fQ G G 2 WEDDING Of Popular Bluegrass Couple Excites Interest in the State Capital Jrib p1ilin le W111 Retreseat amber oung Council at Convention Frankfort Is testing Up Pre paratory to the Stato Campaign BREEZY GOSSIP OF THE CAPITAL CITY Special Correspondence of the Kentucky Irish American The numerous friends of popular David P Davis not only in Frankfort but throughout the State will note with pleasure the announcement of his mar riage to Miss Henrietta B Samuel one of Shelbyvilles prettiest and most popular girls The wedding will occur at noon next Tuesday September 1 at the home of the brides father L Samuel in ShelbyvilleAfter ceremony the happy young couple will leave for an Eastern trip and will visit New York Washington Phila delphia and Atlantic City before return ing to Frankfort where they will make their future home Miss Samuel is an exceedingly charming and attractive girl whose graceful and pleasing personality has won for her scores of friends wherever she has visited and her wide circle of friends in Frankfort are looking forward with pleasure to the event next Tuesday that will cause her to become a perma nent resident of the Capital City Mr Davis is one of the most popular of the younger business men of Frankfort and his friends are only limited by his wide circle of acquaintances not only in Frankfort but throughout the state He has beeu associated with his father I Davis the clothing and dry goods mer chant for several years and is also City Treasurer of Frankfort being a model officerJohn P Hanley of this city has been selected to represent Lambert Young Council Y M I at Louisville when the Grand Council convenes in that city Mr Hanley was the first member of Lambert Young Council to sign the charter roll and was principally instru mental in organizing the council in ttila city twelve years ago He has always been an earnest and consistent member and no duty was ever imposed upon him which would in any Way benefit the councilor the order but was executed in a manner that reflected great credit upon himself He has represented the local council at the Grand Council before and will undoubtedly represent No 101 as ably this time as he has In the past W C Newman was elected alter nate Mrs Margaret Gobber has returned from a pleasant visit to relatives in Louts ville Miss Stella Buckley of Louisville returned t home Monday after a pleasant plait of three weeks to her aunt Mrs T J BrUJan in this city Among the large number of Prank weeDtB I McKcever Walter Charles Frank and William Weltzel Coy WtilJIIW A How DUlllockMiss Kathryne Mclamara returned Monday from a two weeko visit to rela tives in Lexington r YoungCouncilbrand Council which coincues at Louisville on Sunday SepteaiSer 20 orkdhasbeen ttt iroii thenew thirtydaysation The new company purchased the old street railway franchise and will use the road formerly owned by the Frankfort and Suburban railway and will also build several miles of new road The newest and most uptodate cars will be placed in use and Frankfort will at last have a good street car system RIGHT MOVE Local Hibernians to Form a Gaelic Athletic Association The athletic events at the Irish field day last Sunday were such a pronounced success that a number of Hibernians have determined to form a permanent Gaelic Athletic Association and a meeting for that purpose will be held at Roger No haltys place of business Twentyfirst and Portland avenue at 8 oclock tomor row night Several enthusiastic Hiber nians believe that the good showing made by local athletes at the field day games should be encouraged Withthis Gaelic Athletic Association to back them the athletes would be induced to make greater efforts and new stars would appear on the horizon It is the present intention if the movement goes through to send John Joyce the champion hammer thrower and John J Barry the cham pion sprinter and high jumper to St Louis next year to compete in the na tional Gaelic athletic games WILLIAM LYNCH The accompanying picture Is that of William Lynch the dry goods merchant at 140 East Market Btteet who Has been kept busy since his interview In these cola umns telling friends and Uequaftttatice who called of lift trip fo IIadaud OM new and better= codhitioM to found pre vailing l When owe men talk they dont be Heft a wocd they bear i EPITAPH Of Robert Emmet May Bo Written in tile Near Future tI2 Skotelt SJtW ottthfu- lPatriot and Martyr to Irelands Cause Ono Hundredth Anniversary of His Execution Takes Place Next Month WHY NOT CELEBRATE IN THIS CITY The hundredth anniversary of the mar trydom of Robert Emmet falls on September 20 next A whole cycle of years has rolled by and the epitaph of this patriotmartyr has not been written Im mediately before he fell a victim to the English executioners he said When my country takes her place among the nations of the earth then and not till then let my epitaph be written But a brighter day is dawning for Ireland The men who have loved and have sacrificed everything for Ireland believe that ere long the sunburst on the green flag will wave from every castle in the old land that peace and prosperity will flourish and that an Irish Parliament will govern Ireland without interference from any foreign power Then will Robert Emmets epitaph be written then In the words of the immortal Davis Ireland a nation will build him a tomb It is hardly necessary to tell native born Irishmen who Robert Emmet was Nay the American youths in their early teens have oft assayed his speech from the dock an oratorical effort that has ffurnished a theme for elocutionists for one hundred years that will continue to rank as a masterpiece of eloquence as long as the English language is spoken And yet there ale many IrishAmerican youths of our day who know little or nothing of this great and gifted young Irishman who gave up his fortune and his life that the people of his native land might be free It is not the intention here to enter into the details of the trobulous times in Ireland from 1782 to 1803 Robert Emmet was born in Dublin March 4 1780 Ilia parents were well to do and were members of the Established church He was intended for the lawanc1was given every educational ad vantage But the blood of princes flowed in hit veins He could not Me his people enslaved and live From his earliest manhood be was an Irish patriot and gave his fortune together with his tal ents in an effort to make them freemen- RobertEmnznek WM a younger brother of Thomas Addis EuBUt another leader of the United Iriebtaeu but who later came to America where he became as dis- tingulabrlaa a lawyer as he had been as a patriot at home But it is of the younger brother we mast speak here RobertEmmet entered Trinity College at the age of sixteen years Fashioned possessingAliintellect to guide culture no wonder he stirred sip the noblest passion ia the minds and hearts of his fellowcountry men lu Trinity College young Rot met U n U a at once gained the respect and love of his fellow students and a reputation which is cherished as a holy tradition within those walls Thomas Moore one of the many of Emmets friends tells us of the latters life in the university of his eloquence his culture and his victories in debate He tells us that Emmets ideal of democ racy toleration and republicanism grew as he grew He believed in the fellowship of man A Protestant he hated the persecution of Catholics A man of an aristocratic familylid was a democrat in all the word implies Educated in a college under the protection of the King he combatted kingly rule and strove with all his might for a republican form of government for his native land It was this spirit of tolerance that induced him to join the United Irishmen in his seventeenth year and less than a year later he had been hauled before the uni versity authorities on the charge of attempting to corrupt his fellowstudents by the pernicious doctrines of toleration and democracy Thus in 1708 we find Robert Emmet in France an exile from his own country There he met many of the leaders of the 08 movement Of course his exile made him all the more a patriot and at the restoration of the habeus corpus act he returned to Ireland and lived about two miles from the city of Dublin It was there that he held his meetings advising his leaders and reviv ing their hopes with his eloquence He planned his own depots of supplies He superintended Iin person the manufacture of the weapons for his compatriots even sleeping on the floor so as to be on hand at all times On July 1C the accidental explosion of one of his powder magazines in Dublin aroused the anxiety of the authorities and precipitated the rising which resulted so disastrously Emmet escaped to the mountains but his spirit was broken He might have escaped to France had it not been for the love of his sweetheart Sarah Curran His friends had all arrangements made for his flight in safety but he delayed in order to say farewell to the girl of his heart The delay was fatal lIe was arrested at Harolds Cross tried before a court that had condemned him before he was presented in the dock and on the next day September 20 hanged until almost dead and then taken down and his head chopped off by the British headsman His lifes blood dripped through the planks in the platform and was lapped up by idle dogs until at the suggestion of a woman they were driven away Such was the death of the man wholn hisspeccK ronTllie dockeld I have but one request to ask at my departure from this world It is the charity of silence Let no wan write my epitaph for as no man who knows my motives dare now vindicate them let not prejudice or ignorance asperse them Let them rest in obscurity and peace my memory be left in oblivion and my tomb remain uninscribed until other men can do justice to my character This then is an exceedingly brief sketch of the martyrpatriot who at the age of twentythree gave up his life for his country It is his name and fame that Irishmen and Irish women will honor the world over on September 30 In Ireland in Canada in far off Austra lia and all over the United States patriotic men and women will assemble on time hundredth anniversary of his execution not to mourn the dead but to honor his memory to hear orators and poets tell how his hearts blood waters the seeds of liberty in the hearts of a nation All true liberty loving people will join their Irish neighbors in these celebrations- In Columbus 0 the Emmet cele bration will last two days September 10 and 20 Cincinnati Zanesvllle and all sections of the State will be represented Irish songs will be sung addresses will be made both in English and Gaelic and several special features will be added In Buffalo the Irish Nationalists have prepared an elaborate programme for Sunday evening September 20 The Rev Father Fallon will preside and the orator of the day will be the lion ONeil Ryan of St Louis The New York Municipal Council of the United Irish League will have charge of the celebration in that city The Hon Patrick Egan will preside at tbe meeting and the Hon Bourke Cockran will deliver the principal address Now why is it that we can not have an Emmet celebration in Louisville Surely there are enough Irish and IrishAmeri cans in this city to arrange a creditable entertainment for the occasion GOOD WORK AT LEBANON The St Vincent de Paul Society of St Augustines church Lebanon Ky met last Sunday and decided to look after the interests of indigent school children in the parish during the coming school year The children of poor parents will be hunted up and books and other neces saries furnished them so that they can have no excuse for not attending the parochial school during the coming session1 St Augustines now has a splendid school building Last year there were from 250 to 300 pupils and a larger attendance is expected this year The pupils are taught by nine Sisters of Loretto CHORAL SOCIETY The Choral Society which is a branch of the Charity Club will meet Monday night at BettraiKl Hall for the purpose of arranging rehearsals of Robert Ma caire which they expect to put on in the early fall The Choral Society has a number of talented young men and worsen IB its ranks who can be depended OB for a very creditable performance f y HUSTLING Abilities of Grand Officers ofthe- Y M I Bring Good Results Mnckin Council Celebrates Its Tenth Anniversary in Grand Styles Now Council Established at Owonsboro and Another at Bardstowu GETTING READY FOR GRAND COUNCIL The hustling Grand officers of the Young Mens Institute Kentucky juris diction have all the councils both I1ft Louisville and elsewhere in the State on the boom and preparing for the comingtsession for the Grand Council It is their aim to have the order in better shape socially numerically and financially than when they took hold last year They have wisely discerned that the way to ex cite interest in the Grand Council Is to excite interest in the local councils first Grand President Will Perry and Grand Secretary George J Lautz deserve a great deal of credit for the work they have done during the past year At tbe meeting of Mackin Council held Tuesday night it was decided to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the establishment of Mackin Council on Sunday September C one week from tomorrow Circular letters have been sent out giving the members full particulars regarding this celebration Every member is ex pected to be present at the celebration and members of Satolli and Trinity Coun cils of Louisville and Unity Council of New Albany have been invited to par ticipate In the big celebration In the afternoon a grand reunion of members will take place at Mackin club house 530 l Twentysixth street A good band will be on hand to discourse popular music andrefreshments will be served in abund ance Addresses will be made by various members of Mackin Council and by sevss eral visiting members On Sunday September the day the Grand Council convtnesa jointtnitiatioa- will be held The three degrees of the Institute rank will be cQl1ferred on a large class Candidates are expecedjrom frothSatollff gree The seqoud degree will be con erred by a team from Trjnity Council while Mackins team will confer the third degree These degree teams have been rehearsing and are now ready to take their respective parts Supreme Secretary James M OBrien will be in attendance as well as many prominent members of the order from Indiana Ohio rand Kentucky In all probability this initiation will bring together the largest gathering of members that ever assem bled in Louisville On last Sunday Grand President Perry Grand Secretary Lautz Supreme Trustee John J Barry of New Haven Ky and James Perry of Louisville visited Owens i boro and organized Sarto Council the first to be named in honor of our present Pope Fortyfive of the most prominent young Catholic gentlemen of Owensboro signed the charter roll The following officers were elected PresidentFred W Arnold First Vice PresIdentG F Baseheart Second Vice President John Mlschel MarshalA Oberst Recording Secretary C G Dorn Corresponding Secretary J Barber Financial SecretaryAlbert Laub TreasurerAugust Graf Inside Sentinel Albert Fennel Outside SentlnelW T Everhard Executive CommitteeLa Vega Clements James B Clark and C McMann Delegate to Grand CouncilJames B Clark AlternateA G Dorn Grand President Perry Grand Secre tary Lautz and a number of other mem bers of the order from this city will leave r this evening for Bardstown where an other new council will be instituted tomorrowThe Entertainment Committee of the Grand Council met at Satolli club house Wednesday night The Willard Hotel was selected as time place to hold the banquet on September 22 This will also be the headquarters for the visiting delegates The new Nic Bosler Hotel was also selected as headquarters for the visiting members who are not delegates and who want rooms at moderate prices The rates secured at Boslers are 125 to 150 per diem and at the Willard 2 per diem The committee decided to serve refreshments after the big initiation on Sunday September 20 William Hille rich of Trinity John Ryan of Satolli and William Shaugbnessy were appointed a committee to receive visiting delegates on Sunday September 20 Each of these committeemen will be assisted by a committee of ten from his respective council Tbe friends of William OConnor Satollis delegate to the Grand Council are booming him for Grand President Mr OConnor is a brilliant young attorney and would wake a splendid chief executive Ills opponent thus far Is James B Kelly a hustling member of Trinity Council Quite a number of councils will pre spdiadIatione close and hotly contested j t ICFQNTUOKY IRISH AltJ RIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERKM Devoted to the Moral1 end Social Advancement of all Irish Americans 4 IKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c flittered at the Louisville Postofflce as SecondClass Matter I Addiwsall COlllmaalcallonl to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Went Green Street UNION TRAOES LABEL COUNCIL la LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AUGUST 29 1903 CHRISTIAN EDUCATION In this hustling age of ours when money iis being considered the panacea of all ills rather than the root of all evil when little attention is paid to the manner in which it is gotten when the aim of the majority is to get it as rapidly and as easily as possible when education is not looked upon as a thing of value but simply as a means of attaining wealth the true Christian education true cul ture is too often nay one might say almost entirely neglected The lawyer studies history not because he loves the deeds of valiant men in themselves but as a means of becoming conversant with the law and in order that he may draw comparisons between his clients and the heroes of former days that thus he may become famous thus win clientsas a speaker and and fat fees How many or rather how few physicians there are who pursue the practice of medicine with the sole intention of relieving the distress of their fellowman fi Nor is this shallow heartless makebelieve education confined to men Even the women are drawn into the mad race for money Music and painting and sculpture find their devotees among the fair sex The majority of t these are not artists for arts sake but for the money they make and the attention they can attract from the world True culture may carry its possessor to fame and riches but cultured man and the cultured woman do not love fame for fames sake nor money because it is money They love the fame that allows them to realize that they have been of some use to their fellowman They love money be cause it was a means given them to relieve distress After all it is only in the ath olic schools that this real culture is to be gained An education with out moral training makes the mind lopsided How is one to know the difference between right and wrong if he does not know there is a God If he does not believe there is a God who rewards the just and punishes the unjust how do you expect him to believe that he is anything more than an animal of superior intelligence whos might makes right and whose only law is the gratification of his pas sions This may seem to be a harsh way of putting it but it is none the less true Irish Catholic parents should ponder over these matters It is true they want their children to have an easier life than they have had They want them to have education wealth and position but unless this education is founded on a high Catholic moral plane it is worse than no education at all ADVERTISING MEDIUMS Every now and then some minister of dissenting creed will announce to the world that the news 2 paper is an aid to the preacher because it reaches people that the preacher can not reach Only a few weeks ago another minister announced that the newspaper was usurping the place of the minister and if this thing kept up the preachers would Soon be out of business The Kentucky Irish American has this to say on the subject and it speaks from years of experience The man who does not go to church nor support his pastor rarely ever contributes to the aupport of a newspaper Wee the editors of fther Cath ournals have had the same experience It is the men who attend church regularly who desire most to cultivate their own minds and the minds of their children They read good books and good newspapers and provide good read ing matter for their fatuities There is hardly a Catholic diocese in the United States that has not one or more jjournals devoted to Catholic interests And yet these Journals rarely ever receive the proper support Many of them it is true manage to make both ends meet but how few of them really receive the support they de serve either from subscribers or advertisers The mote support a paper receives the better paper it becomes It is thereby enabled to secure more news better writers and more of them No editor feels like writing when his work is appreciated by only a few The editor of a Catholic journal should have the full support of the com munity in which he lives Instead how frequently we see Catholic business men who will advertise in the daily pipers and other period icals who never think about put ting an advertisement in their local Catholic papers Why is this Is it because they think they can get the Catholic trade anyhow The men who advertise oftenest are the men who are the most successful and the men who advertise in Catholic journals are certain to have an exceptionally good class of customers If you dont believe it try it SLANDER REFUTED The oftrefuted slander that a crowd of Irishmen never get to gether without having a fight was most effectually refuted last Sun day when more than 5000 assem bled to witness the Irish field games During the whole day not one unpleasant word was heard even though each contestant had vociferous friends to cheer him on to victory or sympathize with him in defeat The Irish people are a lawabiding people and respect the rights of others as Jong as their own rights are respected The Ancient Order of Hibernians re spected the rights of all and granted special priveleges to none As a consequence everybody was satisfied pleased delighted The fame of this annual Irish field day has gone forth so that next year and the next the field day will grow in popularity and the society that inculcates principles of justice and brotherly love will flourish Even the visitors from St Louis complimented the local Hibernians on the order prevailing and re turned home praising the hospi tality and good fellowship of Ken tucky IrishAmericans It is thus that another slander will be refuted The press of the country have made it appear that Kentucky is a lawless State that any stranger on her soil was liable to be carried home on a shutter Now these people from Missouri will never bear Kentucky maligned When they hear a mountebank prating about Kentucky lawlessness here after trueto their instincts they will say Nonsense Youll have to show me- TEACH II IRISH HISTORY Why can not the Irjsh Americans of Louisville make a united effort to have Irish history taught in the parochial and academic schools of this city They send their children to these schools rather than the public schools because they want them to have a Christian education Some may say to you Oh teach your children Irish history at home e n 1 rr If you want to We dont want it in the schools You might answer tWe could also send our children to the public schools and teach them catechism at home It is a poor rule that doesnt work both waysAnother will tell you This is America We dont want our chil dren to be bothered about Ireland We want them to be Americans Poor fool He will work his hands off in order to have those same children studying the history of Greece and Rome But those children must be Americans No greater race of people ever lived than the Irish Their scholars their warriors their bards their orators their writers of elegant prose their patriots and their saints have won immortal fame Every age has produced its heroes and heroines in Ireland The story of no people is surrounded with a brighter halo The people not of the race probably not sym pathizing with their prolonged struggle for freedom and faith must bow down and worship their patience and fortitude Let us have Irish history taught our children in the schools and let us begin the movement right now ROBERT EMMET NIGHT No good reason can be assigned as to why Robert Emmets anni versary should not be celebrated in Louisville There are as many patriotic IrishAmericans here as there are in many other cities where arrangements have been made to celebrate the day Cer tainly they revere the name and fame of the youthful patriot and martyr The only possible excuse that can be given is that no one has taken the initiative Why not ask the Ancient Order of Hiber nians to arrange the celebration It could be readily done and it should be done by all means No character in Irish history has been so oft sung in song and story as Kmmet and his beloved Sarah Curran Make it an Emmet night Have some of the young ladies to sing She is Par From the Land and 0 Breathe Not His Name A quartet could exquis itely render Till Then Let Me Rest on Oblivions Shore Wash ington Irvings Broken Heart could be effectively read or recited and there is plenty of elocutionary talent among the young men to recite Emmets speech from the dock No one will doubt that there are enough orators to furnish able addresses on Emmets life and aims Let us have an Emmet celebration by all means RECENT DEATHS John McKenzie an aged and respected citizen of the East End died at his rest dence 1548 Pope street last Sunday morning The deceased was born in Ireland eightynine years ago but had lived more than half a century in Louis ville He leavesseven children as fol lows Michael McKenzie of Monon Ind John Jr Superintendent of the Kentucky Indiana Bridge Company James of this city William McKen zie of Lagrange Mrs Mary Kelly and Misses Katie and Sarah McKenzie The children were with him when the end came The funeral took place from the Church of the Blessed Sacrament at 9 oclock Tuesday morning Mr Mc Kenzie was highly respected and his children have the sympathy of many friends in their bereavment Mrs Mary Newman wife of H W Newman the well known plumber died at her home in Schuster Court at 530 oclock Wednesday afternoon after an illness of one mouth Death was due to heart disease Mrs Newman was forty five years old and lived in Louisville all her life Her funeral took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption at 10 oclock Friday morning She leaves her husband and the following children Mrs J B Lewman Henry W Newman Jr Miss Mary Thomas and Robert Newman A large circle of friends and acquaintances unite with the family in mourning the loss of this estimable lady John Lahnin an aged and respected citizen of St Louis Bertrand parish died at the Soldiers Home Dayton 0 on Thursday afternoon The remains were brought to Louisville for burial from the family residence 732 West St Cath erine street Mr Lannin was one of the citys oldest residents being a veteran of the civil war He leaves a wife three sons and two daughters ALMOST WELL rVal Lester who was painfully injured by the explosion of a bottle of phosphate at his place on Green street near Fifth last week is rapidly Improving and will soon be able to attend to his business I regularly n n 1 1WILL WED NEXT WEEK I L i LOUIS BORNTRAEGER i S96SS9S9S9S9596SOGIETY I William OConnor is visiting friends in the county this week John McCrory Sr has gone to Petos key to spend severalweeks Miss Alma McCarthy is spending sev eral weeks at Bay View Mich Miss Emily Adams of Valley Station is the guest of Miss Vivian Doyle Miss Helen Monyhan of Jeffersonville is visiting relatives in Indianapolis Mrs Lizzie Doyle has returned home after a pleasant visit to Springfield John F Garaghty is spending a pleas ant vacation at West Baden Springs J A Kelly of 1902 West Chestnut street is visiting friends at Paducah Mrs Mary Dermody is home again after a visit to friends at Jersey Park Ind Judge Matt ODoherty left Tuesday for Washington DC where he spent several daysMiss Edith Maloney of Seymour Ind was the guest of relatives in Portland this weekLMiss Alice Daly of Franklin Ky visited friends in Louisville during this weekMiss Maggie Maloney is the guest of Mrs Estill Harwood at Harrodsburg this weekMrs T D McCauliffe has returned home after a pleasant visit to Indian apolis ii James Coletiiah has gone to Petoskey Mich where he will join the hayfever colony 1 Mrs Dennis Murphy of Jeffersonville has returned from a pleasant visit to ChicagoMiss Matilda Mahon of St Louis is visiting her cousin Miss Mamie Moran in PortlandMiss Martz has returned home after a pleasant weeks visit to friends at Meadow Lawn Mrs John P Hogan of Bowling Green who visited her mother in this city has returned home The Nonpareil Club will continue to give dances at Fountain Ferry Park every Wednesday night Miss Lillian Doyle who is spending the summer at Salt Sulphur Va will not return for several weeks Miss Julia Treasy and Miss Edna May Rankin have returned home after a pleasant visit to St Meinrad Ind R M OReilly returned home Thurs day after a pleasant rest of two weeks spent at West Baden and Chicago Miss Hester J Stephens who has been visiting friends in the country is ex pected to return home on Monday Miss Maggie Quill is visiting her cousin Mrs Quill at Miamisburg 0 where she made many friends during her stay Misses Genevieve and Mary Murphy of Jeffersonville are enjoying a visit to relatives and friends in Indianapolis Misses Nellie and Rose Heffernan have returned home from Pewee Valley where they spent two pleasant weeks Miss Marie OHern of St Louis who is visiting friends in Portland has been the recipient of many social attentionS Misses Mamie and Josle Bralgan are home from Atlantic City where they spent an enjoyable three weeks vacation Richard Curran and daughter Miss Ireue Curran have taken a trip to Niag ara Falls and up the St Lawrence river John J Crotty will leave today for Lebanon where he will spend several days as the guest of Mr and Mrs Elkins Miss Ella Cavanaugh who has been visiting her sister Mrs Michael Tracy in New York will return home next week Albert Arts has returned to his home in Paducah after a brief but pleasant visit to his cousin Albert J Arts 2012 Rowan street Misses Anita and Hannah Muldoon and Mrs Byron Milliard and family will re turn Va about Sc fromiarmSPrings Scherzinger who have been the guests of Mrs Phil Hutti for the past two weeks have returned home Mix LittU Atbiof Puducah arriyed i LOUISE HERTEL last Saturday to spend three weeks with her aunt Mrs W M Liebenthal 2011 Rowan street Miss Katie Ray Lucey and Miss Nell McAuliffe left Monday to visit Miss Lucille Weilman at St Catherines Acad emy Springfield Misses Edith and Lucille OBrien are enjoying a visit to friends at Irvine Ky They will return home in time for the opening of school William Otto and his beautiful daugh ter Mary Margaret of 1621 West Madi son street are visiting Simeon Doyle at West Baden Springs John Ryan a trusted clerk in the em ploy of Roche Roche gentlemens haberdashers who has been spending ten days in Chicago will return next week Cards are out announcing the ape proaching wedding of Miss Ellanora Klapheke and Henry A Barker which will take place at St Martins church on Thursday Mr and Mrs Michael Herrmann and daughter returned home today from a pleasant trip to Chicago Milwaukee and Waukesha They were greatly benefited by their two weeks jaunt Capt Thomas Hanlon who sustained severe injuries while loading his wagon at the New Albany fair grounds on Friday of last week is improving rapidly to the satisfaction of his many friends Judge Matt ODoherty and wife and niece Miss Josephine Frances Kelly returned Monday after a three weeks stay in the East visiting Niagara Falls New York Asbury Park and Philadelphia Edward OLeary the young son of Timothy T OLeary who has been en joying his vacation as a guest of his uncle the Rev Father Lynch at Hen pleasedbyA pretty baby boy has brought renewed joy to the home of Fred Huesman the populat rate clerk for the Louisville and Nashville Railroad Company Mother and papaIsMrs Nellie Walker a well known lady of the West End who has been ill during the past three weeks is rapidly improving Her many friends who refer to her pleasantly as the youngest old woman in the city will be pleased to hear of her speedy and complete recovery James Kilkelly of the Hibernians is the proudest man in the city today A fine healthy boy arrived at his home 1705 Prentice street Thursday afternoon Mr Kilkelly says he will soon have a band lIe intends to make a guitar player of the first boy and a bass fiddler of the newcomer Mother and child are progressing favorably William Canty of Louisville and Miss Maggie Kirby of Bowling Green were married at St Charles church in this city on Wednesday of last week the Rev Father Hayes of Bowling Green offi ciating Immediately after the ceremony Mr and Mrs Canty left for the East on a bridal tour They will return to Louis yule today and will begin housekeeping in South Louisville Mr Canty is a con ductor on the Louisville Nashville railroad His bride has many friends both in Louisville and Bowling Green many wishes for theifutursuccessDennis and Miss Margaret Rose Lawler will be united in the holy bonds of matrimony at St Patricks church at C30 oclock Tuesday morning The Very Rev Father Cronin will offi ciate and will celebrate nuptial high mass after the ceremony The ushers will be Harry Crotty James A McKiernan Michael Reardon and Lieut Tom Fitz gibbons After the ceremony the bridal party will be entertained at breakfast at the home of the brides mother 1217 West Jefferson street Mr and Mrs Reardon will take a bridal tour to Cin cinnati and upon their return will reside in St Louis Bertrands parish The bride is the pretty and accomplished daughter of Mrs Rosa Lawler and Mr Reardon is a coach decorator in the em loof the Louisville Nashville rail road company Both have many friends who wish them success on their journey through life TO BE CONSECRATED St Romualds new church at Hardins burg Ky will be consecrated tomorrow The Right Rev Denis ODonoghue Auxiliary Bishop of Indianapolis will officiate A number of clergymen from Louisville will attend the ceremonies SISTER AONITA HERE Sister Agnlta of the Dominican order formerly Miss Isabella Kavanagh arrived in Louisville yesterday afternoon from Lowell Mass where she has been teach ing the past nine years She will remain at the Holy Rosary Acamedy on Sixth street a day or two and will then go to Iowa to teach in one of the schools con ducted by the Dominicans Sister Agnita isa danghter of Jeremiah KavauaSh or this city I I U GRAND PRIZE CONTEST Interest in the Grand Prize Offer of a Trip to the St Louis Worlds Fair made by the Kentucky Irish American is on the increase Now is the time subscriptionsEverybody vied you can take your better half to the great exposition for a week If you are a single man or lady you can go alone and at the expense of the Kentucky Irish American Get your friends inter ested for you at once + + + + + + + + + + 4 + 4 + 4 + + 4 + + + + + I 1EJ1JLIQY III ISH JJ1ERIJ1 I r + WORLDS FAI BAIiLOT + IIIVOTE FOR II ADDRESS ifSIGNED f+ Saturday Aug 29 1903 Ef I I I T T Fifty Votes Given to Either New or Old Sub scribers for Each Paid Yearly Subscription BEGIN VOTING FOR YOUR FRIENDS Central Labor Unio- nCARNIVAL Sept 1 to19 InclusiveAt Brook and Breckitiridge Streets Labor Day Parade and Review at Carnival Grounds FERRARI BROS GREAT LONDON CARNIVAL COI4 BIG SHOWS Admission Ten Cents Afternoon and Evening S I For t Goodness Sakemm Eat i Mothersii Bread IIj j = Z = p 20Per Ce- ntDISCOUNT on Featherweights clothes nowto clean em out quick I All our Luster Sicilian Mohair Serge Drap dEte and Silk Coats and Coats and Vests 500 goods for400 400 goods for 320 300 goods for 240 200 goods for 160 100 goods for80cSu- ch things as pure Silk Coats in the 5 goods at 4 and Mohair Serge and other coats and vests from 4 goods for 320 up to the finest in town 15OfficeC LEVY BROS a THIRD AND MARKET SODALITY OUTINO The Rev Father Charles P Raffo on Tuesday gave the members of the Sacred Heart Sodality of St Charles Borromeo church an outing at Mrs Minahans place on the Newburg road At the close of the day Miss Rose Doyle delivered a little address of thanks to Father Raffo for his kindness to which he responded in his usual happy style The chaperones were Measere and Mesdames S M Raffo Ed T Tlernev John Coleman Charles OConnor M Kleinhans and Dan Kane Mary ONeilli Rammacber McNamee and Miss Maggie Gorajan 1 t IIJeIIJ 3 with JJ- t IftII II Blue Labels you may m for them a set of fine IIside MYMIAMV FREE JU- I U II I MAS8N1G TOEATOR 4th and Chestnut Opp Postofflcc MATINEES Wednesday Thursday Saturday BE A FIRST NIGHTER Week Starting Monday August 31 RGSABGIr M0RR1S0N IN- II A DESERTED BRIDE Night Prices Always 525355015 t Matinee Prlcci 1 5c Reserved Suti 25c Popular Concerts Sunday Afternoon and Night BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY AUG 30 MatlcBos Sunday Honday Wednesday Saturday FRANK B CARR- STHOROUGHBRED BURLESQUERS AN ALL STAR OLIO 25 Beautiful Choristers CompletelyEquipped JOHN M MULLOY DEALER IN Tea Coffee Pure Spices And Chinaware Pond Lily and Home Baking Powder 214 w11IA KI3T tSiT Telephone Main 1189 WinesLiquorsCigarsIOMg Tom Bennetts EXCHANGE BEST 4 YEAR OLD WHISKEY 2 PER GAL WARM LUNCH ALL DAY N E Cor Preston and JeffersonEr UirypJ QNTUOKY JRJ8H 11 FiRYCAIT +14I HHIHt I H IHHl16 Ml HIIHHIH114 HOME PHONE 08 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETT7 FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 833 EAST MAIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT +IHIIIIHIHIIHI1ItHooJIH +IIIHIHIIHIIIIIIoJtI I I F f L D BAX i 1 Funeral1 Director and t EmbaImer Jg gPHONg 121300 CHESTNUT STECarriages For AA All Occasions 700 SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOi ON THE r l m n ta tii b In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General PassengerTraffic C H Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager JOHN F UERTELBUTC- fIERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 89L LOUISVILLE KY k111PETER M NDRmI 88ON3 AUONN MANUFACTURERSl Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST OREEN ST I FOR BEST OLD MKENNA WHISKY CALL UPON t I SEVENTH AND OAK STS TEN CENTS PER DRINK Cool Lager and Warm Lunch Never Run Out Illinois Central Railroa SUMMm nCURSION nCKHS ON SALE TO Grayson Springs Dawson Springs and Cerulean Springs Ky ONLYLINE running through personally conducted Excursion Sleepers to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Special Low One Way ana uoun Trip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesdays each month to tho South and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas etc b Best Line to Hot Springs For folder and descriptive matter of California and circulars descriptive of lauds inn the South and through tickets call on W J McBride City Pass Agent Loulavill41dl r ploeiix Jlill parK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics OutingsSocials This beautiful park has been greatly improved this season and is furnished with new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the manager of Phoenix lUll Park before closing contractsIGO TO R M CULLEYS CUT RATE wall Paner House FOR YOUR Van Paper 1383 SEVENTH ST NEAR OAK GO TO Pioneer Bottling House FO- RSTRAIGHTn WHISKIES BIG JUG AT DOOR J P iDAWTT 913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Station o HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OP NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street r INTERESTING TALKS Made at tho Meeting of Divis ion 4 Wednesday Night President John Hennessy presided over a well attended meeting of Division 4 Ancient Order of Hibernians on Wednesday night John Kelly applied for membership Mike McHugh and Martin Joyce were reported on the sick list and Ben Zorn was reported fully recovered The report of the refresh ment committee was received and the committee discharged with thanks Daniel J Lehan Secretary of Division 9 Cincinnati who was present made a short talk and urged the organization of A military company among local Hibernians This he said would help the Hibernians to make a better showing yearCountyresponded and said that the movement was already under way lie also con gratulated Division 4 on the progress i was making in increasing its member chip AnVong those present at the meeting whose faces had been misted for sonic tine put were John Swift John B Hallihanet c IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Geoffrey OSullivan aged eighty years died at his home Kuockillia Fremount a short time ago John Connell a journeyman black smith eighty years old died suddenly in the Killarney workhouse Assistant General Joubert and Capt ODonnell two Boer officials are expected to visit the city of Cork in the near future It is currently rumored that the second battalion Seventeenth Royal Irish regi meat will soon be removed from Fermoy toLimerickDenis twenty years old and the son of a farmer residing at Ballygriffin Kenmore drowned himself during a fit of temporary insanity- A county residence near Nenagh and known as the Island Dawn house was de stroyed by fire a short time ago The building was unoccupied- Mrs Ellen Roche the beloved wife of Frank Roche at Mitchelstown passed away greatly mourned by her husband and ti large circle of friends Daniel Bennett a student for the priest hood was accidentally drowned while swimming at Ballybunion County Kerry The young man was a native of Croom Andrew J Prendergast twentynine years old died recently at Tinahcly County Wicklow The deceased was highly respected in the community in which he lived The Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland held its fiftyfifth annual session at Youghal during the present month Many interesting papers were read and a number of ancient relics were exhibited The Irish people are disappointed be cause no member of the Irish hierarchy has been added to the Privy Council of Ireland Seven or eight Catholic laymen are members of the Irish Privy Couucil but it was thought that after King Ed wards visit at least one Catholic prelate would be added Patrick Ahern mate of a steam tug has been presented with a gold medal and parchment by the Royal Humane Society Last June Patrick Courtenay while under the influence of liquor boarded the boat of which Ahern was mate as she lay in Queenstown harbor and then jumped overboard Abern sprang after him and succeeded in saving the unfortunate fellow from a watery graveCapt H Low of Kilhane a weathy land owner in Tipperary and Kerry his sister Miss Low and a young man Mr Low was teaching to run his automobile met with an accident recently near Tin ardstown Tipperary One of the wheels suffered a puncture and the automobile which was speeding at the rate of twenty mlle an hour was overturned Miss Low fell into a ditch with the weight of the car across her chest Assistance was summoned and the bruised trio were tenderly cared for Strange to say none of the party suffered broken bones andall are on the high road to recovery FUN WITH KEENAN St Paul Rooters Have a Good Time With Enthusiastic Kentuckian Thomas Keenan the well known undertaker had an experience recently that he will not soon forget It happened one day last week in St Paul Mign Mr Keenan went to attend the national con vention of funeral directors at Minne apolis and one afternoon when there wa little of importance to be done at the convention Tom discovered that the Louisville base ball team was to play the St Paul team in that city He hied him self across the river to the ball park and secured a seat in the grand stand Now Mr Keenan had not attended a game off ball in Louisville in ten years and of course did not understand the feeling that exists against a visiting team in a home town Armed with a score card he perceived that the Louisville pitchers name was Egan Egan took his place in the pitchers box and in his slow deliber ate way held the ball aloft a long time while the St Paul rooters yelled Pitc the ball you big lobster dont hold iit alldayNow Tom thought he would encourage the Louisville pitcher so he yelled Take it easy Egan take it easy At once the crowd of St Paul rooters took up the cry and began to jeer at Keenan Take it easy Egan they mocked take iit easy Who is that knocker anyway Thereafter they let Egan alone and roasted the knocker as they called him By and by Kerwin came to the bat and waited for a ball to suit him while the crowd yelled Hit ill hit ill you Kentucky lobster Take your time Danny my boy yelled Tom and once more he was a mark for the rooters After the game they followed Mr Keenan from the park alternating the cries of Take it easy Egan and Take you time Danny my boy Finally a num ber of Hibernians in the crowd recognized the genial Kentucky State President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and went to his relief He felt much better when he found himself surrounded by hie friends NEW ALBANY MAN ELECTED The Young Mens Institute Indian jurisdiction held its Grand Council e Indianapolis on Tuesday and Wednesday Charles Pfeffer of New Albany was elected First Vice President Jt was decided to bold the Grand Council at Madi son next year The report of the Tress inta healthy condition financially as well as numerically and Con J McBarrou one of the New Albany delegates says there is every indication that the membership will1 reach 2oOQ before the next year rolls t n 1R18H8 SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION Co Meets on the Second ondlFourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan Vice PresidentThomas Dolau Recording Secretary Mark Ryan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank ureet- TrcasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJames Welch Recording SecretaryEdward J Kel iPinancial T KeanevI 1335 Rogers street JTreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3E Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Mdhtb President John Cavanaugh Vice President Thomas Quinn Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice ynch I Secretary Thos Callahan Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer John P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILI Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President John Kinne- yPresidentPrank Hogan Vice President Frank Lynch Secretary John G Cole TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern Y OVI I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club HouseI 530 Twentysixth Street MurphyFirstW Born traegerSecond Vice President Hugh Higgins Recording Secretary Geo F Simonis Corresponding Secretary Frank G AdamsFinancial Secretary Dan Weber 2548 StCeelliastreetTreasurerJoseph Steltenpohl MarshalWilliam Shaughnessy Inside SentinelRobert Osborne Outside SentinelPat Connolly THE NEW POLICY ISSUED BY The Prudentialis a plain and simple promise to payIcontaining no confusing technicalities Ages 16 to 66 Amounts 500 to 100000 Full particulars and sample policy- at your age gladly furnished free on request to CLARENCE H lOOKf Speola1 Agrnt 3334 COURIERJOURNAL BLDG BOTH PHONES 3459 IOOKKEEPINOTaught Boob WII TBflMAH EXFZST ACCOSHTAHT 172 Forth ATI around Six new councils are now in process of organization LABOR CARNIVAL Will Present Many Attractive and sNovel Features to Its Patrons The Carnival of Central Labor Union which will be held at Brook and Breck inridge streets September 7 to 19 inclusive will have as one of its great features the Great Ferari Bros Carnival Company one of the best and largest of its kind in the United States It carries with it the worlds greatest trained animals show and contains 100 wild per forming beasts which have the reputa tion of being not only the best trained performhthe most startling as well as the cleverest feats ever ever seen either in Europe or the United Stales Col Ferari has gone to enormous expense to import the most celebrated animal trainers that either America or Europe could produce and as- a result has an aggregation that has won justly the title of the Worlds Greatest Trained Animal Show In existence Princess De la Warr the charming European lion trainer has a list of new feats to her credit that can make even the staunchest heart tremble with fear when she performs Pa line De Vere with a troupe of trained p others is an other attraction and Cap De Osta and Recurdo noted animal trainers have been secured by Col Ferr ri in connec tion with his great show CentralrLabor Union bus a score o other leading attractions to say nothing of the Industrial booths and displays o merchandise MANY NEW MEMBERS The Holy Name Society Established in St Angustines parish J ebauon Ky not long ago is growing i ipidly Last Sunday a meeting andre ption of new newasocieyti SISTERS FAREWELL Sister Mary James of ttie Dominican order formerly Miss Katie Fitzpatrick I came to Louisville Thursday and bade farewell to tier relatives before for Watertown N Y wheel she is to engaged in teaching Sister Mar is a daughter of Patroltna patrick and sister of Mrs B WeatMadUoa street t HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes No division meetings next week County officers for our new auxiliary may be chosen tomorrow night The Dayton Ohio Hibernians received holy communion at Sacred Heart church last Sunday Division 1 of Providence R L cele brated its anniversary with a boat excur sion to Newport Several hundred people were in attendance The Anoka Minn division initiated a large class recently The degrees were conferred by members of the St Paul and Hennepin divisions Division 5 of Providence R I held a meeting last Sunday and made arrange ments for the appropriate celebration of the hundredth anniversary of the martry dom of Robert Emmet The Ladies Auxiliary will meet at Hibernian Hall tomorrow nigdt A full attendance is desired and all who have been elected to membership are expected to be present for initiation The County Board will meet at fiber nian Hall Monday night A full attend ance is desired as the reports of the vari ous field day committees are to be read and passed upon and other topics of In terest to the order will be discussed The members of Division 7 of McKees port Pa gave an excursion and field day last Sunday Many Hibernians from Pittsburg accompanied them On return ing in the evening the boat sank at the wharf Fortunately not one of the 1500 passengers were drowned The national officers have sent out to members of the order more than 1000 000 cards containing the Lords Prayer The Sign of the Cross and The Angelic Salutation At the last national con vention the order donated 2000 to aid the Gaelic League in its work In return the Gaelic League has presented these cards to the Hibernians for distribution among the members BORNTREAGERHERTEL Popular Young People to Be Married at St Josephs Church Louis W Borntraeger and Miss Louise Hertel will be married at St Josephs church at 8 oclock Wednesday morning Solemn nuptial mass will follow the ceremony The ushers will be William H and George A Borntraeger brothers of the groomtobe Frank Hertel a brother of the bridetobe and Anthony Bauerle After a wedding breakfast at the home of the brides mother Mrs Elizabeth Hertel 1329 Quincy street Mr and Mrs Born traeger will leave for an eighteen days trip to Rochester Buffalo Niagara Falls Cleveland Dayton and Cincinnati After September 20 they will be at home to their friends at 824 Twentyfourth street where Mr Borntraeger has furbished a pretty home1 for his bride Miss Hertel is the pretty and accomplished daughter of Mrs Elizabeth Hertel Mr Borntraeger is a well known letter carrier a member of Mackin Council Young Mens Institute the St Josephs Orphan Society and the Delmont Club They have the best wishes of many friends for a long and happy journey on the sea of wedded blis- sIRISH FAIR Discussed Favorably at Meet Ing of Division 11 A O H Division 1 Ancient Order of Hiber nians met Monday night with President Mike Tynan in the chair Owing to the absence of Mark Ryan D J Kennedy acted as Secretary The gratifying report was made that there was none on the sick list Thomas Dolan made his report on the field day He was listened to with attention and received hearty applause Daniel J Lehan of Division 9 of Cin cinnati was present at the meeting and made an interesting talk telling of the preparations Cincinnati Hibernians were making to attend the Robert Emmet cele bration at Columbus State President Keenan made an inter esting talk on his trip to Minneapolis and told how the Hibernians were flourishing in the Northwest Thomas Walsh also made an interesting talk The matter of giving an Irish fair dur ing the fall was discussed and appeared to meet general approval It was agreed that the fair would give a new impetus to Hibernians and at the name time add money to the treasury No definite action was taken on the matter but it is believed the project will be favorably discussed by all the divisions and then a plan of action will be agreed upon o The next initiation in Division 1 will be held at the second meeting in Septem ber James Barry made an interesting talk on the subject of getting members to attend the meetings regularly and showed how the members should do missionary work for the order The meeting ad journed to meet on the second Tuesday in November REVEREND VISITOR The Rev Edward William floes pastor of St Augustines church Lebanon was a welcome caller at the office of the Kentucky Irish American on Wednesday Father Does is delighted with his people and Is in return greatly beloved by them He realizes that he is in charge of the parish that might be called the cradle of Kentucky Catholics ARTICLESbe jSf a babys knitted shawl ket were lost at Fern- v The finder of great favor by 0 C C ROE CLEM W HUGGINS ROE HUGGINS ATTORNEYSATLAW Homo Phone 2111 341 FIFTH STREET IHICKEYSAMPLE P 0 Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY Proprietor Homo Telephone 384 SX8 W JodeforsoML St Hf MMMMMM+ + + +t I H M + m M + + MMMMMMMMMMMH+ + + + + + + t + H JOHN IS FRANK WALTERS llli Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY t t + + + t + t t t t + t t H+ tHt + H+ tMt tM + FINE WINES CHAM- PAGNESAliKOLE3 t H 345 West Green StreetLIQUORS CIGARS HENRY C LAUER i TE gPHONg 1110 Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 407 JEFFERSON ST 428 and 430 Branch House 905 West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET Fall Styles have arrived in Hats J Caps Gloves and Umbrellas SMOKE and ENJOY COONEY I KENNEDYS CIGARSThey Are The Best Brands Made Monarch Gen DeWe- tIrishAmerican FLORA DE CASTILLO Finest 1O Cent Cigar Made 1SO5T W MaLlxx Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 W QIt13iIIi1 T ST BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2423 ST XAVIER ST Brown Leghorns can be kept in small yard requinng about half feed of other chickens They lay about ten months in the year only stopping when moulting Pullets begin laying at six to seven months A few hens will supply the family with eggs Record for three years 1899 twelve hens and pullets 1233 eggs 1900 ten hens 868 eggs 1901 eleven hens and pullets 954 eggs 1902 during very cold weather January 75 eggs February 61 March 161 April 206 May 181 June 120 PURE BRED BROWN LEGHORN ROOSTER A year old for sale I have one too many and dont want to kill any Come and get one for 100 JACQUES 2422 St Xavier Street notifying John P Hellon 510 Bertrand street TRIP TO EVANSVILLE The Southern Railway Company an nounces an excursion to Evansville Ind on Sunday September 6 A special train will carry the excursionists to Evansville leaving the Union Depot Seventh and Water streets at 8 oclock sharp and New Albany at 820 oclock and arriving at Evansville 1230 noon Returning the train will leave Evansville at 630 and will reach Louisville at H p m Round trip tickets will be sold for 125 Evansville is a city of 65000 inhabitants and offers many points of Interest to tourists For further particu lars call at the office of the Southern Railway Company 234 Fourth avenue GRAND OUT OF TOWN EXCURSION Sunday August SODlg Four Route to the Indiana gas belt Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at 7 oclock a m Returning train arrives at Louisville at 1140 pm Extremelylow round trip rates as follows Rushville 1 l Knightstowri 1 Anderson 1125 Alex andria 125rMarion 150 Tickets ba sale at city office 269 Fourth avenue and at depot Sol Gates General Agent n 0 HAMMERS GflRDEN Coolest Place in the City Cool Refreshments MORBAGMS ORCHESTRA Concerts Daily Take Jacob Park car via Seventh streetti HflYDN MILES OystersFish FishGame r GamePoultry FRUITS IN SEASONH- ome Phone 6OQ4 509 Fifth St Kentucky Market STEWART BROIlERStl 420 W GREEN ST WPEN1WI BUILDERS BOTH PHONES 3047 Jobbing Work of all kinds given our personal and prompt attention LOW EXCURSIONI RITES FROM LOUIS- VILLESoutlicrnRaiIi VIA U 3065 DENVER PUEBLO COLO COLORADO SPRINGS and return on sale daily up to Sept 30th good return lug Oct 31st 1595 ASHEVILLE and HOT SPRINGS N C and return on sale daily long return limit low rates toother resorts in the beautiful Land of theSky charmingMountain Carolina Land of the Sky Booklet application 3965 Hot Springs and return 4965 Salt Lake City Ogden and return 5635 El Paso Texas and return On sale daily up to Sept 30th good returning October 31stFor folders and complete information address C H Hungerford Dist Pass Agent Louisville Ky G B Allen Asst Genl Pass Agent St Louis Mo H B Spencer Gen5 Manager St Louis Mo BIG FOUR ROUTE T- OIndianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND A INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River OFFICENo 8 J QAOMO IB 9 WARREN Louisville PAW1LACIMCDIHT J P tTL I T JZ rcmuoir =xezrs araisexCAreI 4 VH 1 Kentucky Stove and Tinware Co Wholesale and Retail Dealers in 1 Stoves Ranges Mantels Stove I Fittings Tinwaref Granite Ware I MOTTS FURNACES AND KETTLES I FRANK McDONOGH Manager 705 W Main Street GEHER SON Complete Assortment Latest Styles and Best Makes t COOKING AND HEATI- NGSTOVES CAST AND STEEL RANGES 217 Market Street Near Second s = WATHENS ice Cream and Sherbets = THREE STRONG POINTS + IIHAVE QUALITY PRICE and you will be convinced Cream g as Far as 400 miles g HOME + 1629 IGHTH214STR ET- f jj + + + + + + + += + + + + + + t + + + + American Bottling Works BEST SODA and MINERAL WAT- ERSlronBrew6lierryPiiopHat XIomo Phone JJJC5CS lk s tlCdtlll l = lilt E1tlE liB1 BFitE 1 It 11iI1tIRIltltl IEl Iltl Muifloon Monument GoinpanulI AND BUILDERS OF IIJESIONIUtS AND SCOTCH GRANITE i I I flonuments I IIAribU Writ Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Cttrrra Italy I I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET ii- D42ftD1 111 1 KH ikl lt ll3 BHIIII BNOS ariapertYoung People k For Btttlness Good Employment and Success s CAW OK WnlTC roe nil IHFORyATIOH i II UUI DfciWI nv f VI MHH SIXTH AND hN41t1g rrrRasTSKY Business College si I DANIEl DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEEN- ANK6611u11 I II DoiigiKtrtyu Im UNDERTAKERS 1m 11225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth T r135E HOJ TSi 12 tO IHOME Attended to Day or Night Car II riages Furnished for All Occasions W 1 D Dougherty Homo Telephone 2915 1ifilii J- boo7reepfn iSI I 4qPentnanfsftife tfiorThaniF u NTetegrap7ys MdtlaioOUlsutlle Xy Seven experienced teachers each one is specialist in his line We are now In our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged School building in the South Visitors always welcome School open all year students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT President STATIONERS PRINTERS BINDERS toOKSELLERS T The Bradley Gilbert Co UtCORPOHJLTID BlankBo k Paperr Box Manufacturers NeNtealenn l the Hiinmwd rewrKtr Ktfttwky TjHwH sa9nNesRWrbeastetcteraaMuMns- iCar Third ari Sum Sis LOUISVILLEJKY x ro VERY BUSY MAN Pope Plus X Continues to Receive Many In Private Audience Exhibits a Vast Knowledge of Affairs In Various Countries Simplicity and Modesty Are tiro Salient Traits of tho New Pontiff GIVES HIS MONEY TO THE POOR Pope Pius X is fally giving new evidence of his greatness as a scholar as a diplomat of his love for the poor and the lowly and of his devotion to matters spiritual Not a day passes that he does not receive one or more distinguished prelates and statesmen in private audience besides attending to the multifarious duties entailed on him as visible head of the Church of Christ In receiving Sir Thomas Gratton Es mond as representative of the Irish National party he showed a minute knowledge and a keen interest in Irish affairs In his private audience with Cardinal Gibbons the Pope expressed his pleasure at the growth and spirit of the church in the United States showing a knowledge of American affairs far beyond the ordinary To Archbishop Harty of Manila and Bishop Hendrick of Cebu Pius X displayed his knowledge of af fairs in the Philippines and the needs of that country both temporally and spirit uallyPius X is a very plain man His room in the patriarchal palace in Venice con tamed but one ornamenta picture of his venerable mother long since dead lie was fend of taking long walks in the country and of climbing hills and mount ains Now his walks will be confined to the Vatican gardens As Cardinal Sarto he loved the sea and the canals of Venice Doubtless he will never see these beloved canals again As he says of himself UMy jailers meaning the Cardinals im prisoned me here and have gone away and left me The new Pope is an accomplished mu sician and is fond of playing the piano He has a rich baritone voice and his singing of the mass is exquisite In pri vate the Pope likes a good cigar but fol lowing the custom of all Italian priests never cmokes in public Although his income as Patriarch of Venice was large Cardinal Sarto was always poor He did not spend the money but gave it away to the poor and the distressed A profound scholar he makes no display of his learn ing Simplicity and modesty are his most striking characteristics The excellent portrait on our first page is copied front one of the latest photo graphs of Plus X taken as Cardinal Sarto and shortly before his elevation to the Papacy POLICE NINES To Battle For the Championship In the Near Future What promises to be one of the most Interesting events of the season will be a ban game between the policemen of the Second and Third districts against the policemen of the Sixth district John fossee captain of the Second and Third districts recently issued a challenge to Dave Burke captain of the Sixth dis rict The challenge was accepted The game will be pulled off at Eclipse Park as soon as the park can be secured At present the Second and Third dis districts nine it made up as follows Jerry Quill catcher John Lapaille pitcher Jake Wehrle first base John ossee second base Nick Varilla shortstop Tom Council third base Dan Sexton left field John Tierney center field John Dalton right field The Sixth district nine is composedas follows Dave Burke catcher Jake Reilly pitcher Tout Simpson first base George Seng second base John Sweeney third base Austin Nally short stop Bob Riley left field Ebenezer Morgan center field Mike Baldwin right field If his Honor Mayor Grainger reaches home in time he will be asked to umpire the game If not Capt Clymer will be asked to umpire provided he is well enough PRINTERS DEATH Brings Forth a Doserved Trib ute to Members of Typo graphical Union The recent death at Buffalo N Y of James Crawford well known in Louisville where for years he was a member- of Typographical Union No 10 causes the Catholic Union and Times to pay a wen deserved tribute to members of the International Typographical Union Here Iis what the editor says There is a side to trade unionism that the outside world rarely sees An instance of this tender loving sympathy that is never paraded before the public accidentally came to my knowledgeone day last week James Crawford en old time printer pne of the once great army that is rapidly dwindling away since its place has been taken by the linotype and other laborsaving machinerycame to the hour when his stick had been filled for the last time bin last form was made ready for preset and the Angel bad called thirty w rkJlmhe wea- borufin Kentucky The eoautry ov bad done before hint He made Buffalo for the last time not long ago and here the fatal pneumonia overtook him He was far away from home and kindred but not from friends for these he found in abundance in the members of Buffalo Typographical Union No DIJlm was a union man and his card always showe him to be in good standing No matter how great the storm of adversity that followed him he managed that I have not been able to learn where the seed was sown that brought it about but no mat terthe fact itself is sufficient for it is a fact that in his last earthly hours the spark of divine grace illmuined the soul1 of this poor old wanderer and he received the inestimable hnppinsss of baptism iin Gods church a day or two before hisI death When his illness became serious Mr Crawfords fellowmembers of No 0I had him taken to the Sisters of Charity Hospital and they ministered to his every need until the end came last Thursday His was a beautiful example of Christian death and there were no dry eyes among the whitecapped angels of peace who assisted the flight of hit soul to the pres ence of the great Foreman who looks with loving kindness on the least of His children At the funeral service in St Josephs Cathedral on Sunday only mem bers of No 9 were present Some of them formed a guard of honor aroun the body of their comrade while others borett to its last earthly resting place iin Holy Cross cemetery and gently lowered it into the consecrated earth On Tuesday morning solemn requiem massa testimonial of affection from his fellow craftsmenwas celebrated at the Cathe draland thus closed the sad little drama of which Jim Crawford was the central1 figure I doff iny hat to No 0 and commend it for the spirit of fraternity thus so beautifully exemplified MASONIC THEATER Rosabel Morrison has at last secured a play which gives her a chance to display her many and varied talents For years she was a joint star with her father Lewis Morrison in Faust then she MISS ROSABEI MORRISON made a hit in Carmen but all last win ter she was in New York arranging to get a proper vehicle In which to star That she has suceeded is proven by the succes ofuA Deserted Bride It fits her close ly and gives herunusaual opportunities ti u show her force as an actress The plot of the play is a strong one the situations are new and novel and the comedy element has been introduced without sacrificing any of the good poin of the story It is a play that interests every mother every young girl and at the same time it is of sufficient strength to appeal to the theatregoer who likes a little sensatio- mixed I in his theatrical bill of fare The play has been handsomely mounted all of the sets having been built especially fo the production from sketches taken where the action of the play transpires It will appearat the Masonic Theater next week BUCKINGHAM Frank B Carrs Thoroughbred But lesquers with two new burlettas and an allstar olio will be the next attraction at wwisf josra PIYNN the Buckingham Theater Among the stars in the olio will be the Empire comedy four Evans Cunningham Jenny KeeneyIONrI1 Tyrene and the circus pony ballet under the direction of Mademoiselle Herman The usual matinees will be given during the week CAPTAINS NAMED Only routiac business was transacted by TrIntty Council Young Mens Institute on Monday night Joe Bell and Mark Morris were appointed captains of rival teams tto secure new members for the big joint initiation to be held when the Grand Council meets here next month SATpLLI TO MEET Satolii Council Young Meas Institute owing to the extremely hot Weather held kneeling Monday night President will return from the North tliJguextheqaI FAVORABLE Comment Excited In All Parts Popudlarlty Contest Magnanimous Offer of the ICon tacky Irish American Meets Approval IGet In Your Ballots Early and See Where You Stand CONTESTANTS NAMES NEXT WEEK The grand popularity prize contest off the Kentucky Irish American continues to excite favorable comment in all parts of the city The list of those who desire to take advantage of the offer Americandcontinues to grow in number and many of the contestants are sending in comfortable rolls of ballots Prom present indications the married couples 9 are taking as much interest in the race ai the single people and well they may for the successful married couple will re calve double the benefit that the single 1lady or gentleman will receive Consider this magnanimous offer trip to the great Louisiana Purchase Ex position at St Louis with transportation and a weeks hotel bill at the Ltndell for the most popular married couple the most popular single lady and the most popular single gentleman Neithercree nor nationality isiarred in this race and the sooner you start to send in your bat lots the better chance you have to win Remember the test of popularity is th number of ballots you send in With each new subscriber who pays 1 in advance you get fifty votes beside the ballots cut out each week from now until the contest closes in July 1904 Next week the list of tile contestants and their respective standing will be published in the Kentucky Irish American Now is the time to get your ballots together and forward them to this office not later than Wednesday morning Ballots not In at that time will not be counted until the following week The St Louis Worlds Fair promises to be the greatest exposition ever held and is attracting attention in every civilized country in the world With a little exer ton on your part and a little hustling on the part of your friends you can see this great attraction free of cost to yourself Receipt blanks have been prepared and can be gotten from this office by those who are desirous of entering the contest Call and get your blanks and have your friends hustle for you Those who are interested in their friends will find thatt the blanks will aid materially in securing votes for their favorite candidates GOOD PROGRESS Is Being Made In Arranging For Dramatic Enter tainment isThe Entertainment Committee of the Catholic Knights of America met in the office of Attorney Newton G Rogers last Saturday night and heard reports of the subcommittees that are arranging for the tno be given on October 12 Those present were Messrs Joseph P McGinn Newton BenrSpeaker John J Score John Schalda II G Seibert J Goby P Reising and Al F Martin John Schalda reported that the Very Rev Father Westerman had kindly con sented to allow the use of St Marys school hall for the entertainment The report was received with thanks and the committee was instructed to invite Father Westerman to deliver an address on the evening of the entertainment It was also determined to have a neat pro gramme each member of the committee to secure advertisements for it President Michael Reichert announced his willing ness to get up a hanger and his offer was accepted with thanks The committee decided to visit each branch of the Catholic Knights of Amer ica affiliating with the Central Committee and invite them to take 5 worth of tickets Thus far 295 tickets have been disposed of NEW BISHOPS Consecrated In Rome Last Sunday by Cardinal Sat lli The Right Rev Thomas A Hendrick off Rochester N Y was consecrated Bishop of Cebu Philippine Islands in the Church of the Franciscan Missionary Nuns in Rome last Sunday Cardinal Satoili officiated and was assisted by the Most Rev Archbishop Harty of Manila At the same function Cardinal Satolll consecrated Monsignor Cavallari as titular Bishop of Philadelphia Asia Minor who will act as provicar of Venice Pins X will retain the patriarchiate of Venice All of the students from the American College In Rome attended the double con wcratiou After the ceremonies Cardinal Satolll entertained at dinner Among the principal guests were Bishops Hendrick and Cavallar Archbishop Harty and Monsignors Kennedy and Fowler Archbishop Harty will leave Havre for New York today and will remain a short time in this country before sailing for Manila Bishop Hendrick lies received iris final InatrwctioM regarding his new lioceae from the Papal Secretary of State He will have a private Pope Pirn X and will Ireland where lie wilt try aooleaeewitbI prieall and aunt for V L V NIC BOSLERSHOTEL S E Cor Second and Jefferson American and European Plan MODERN IN EVERY RESPECT NEWLY FURNISHED THROUGHOUT Home Phone 1941 Fine Lunch Day and Night LOUISVILLE KY + file ciias oogVrs BooVcol having recently incorporated ami added new capital tofthe business are now prepared to furnish all kinds of + BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES I+ OF EVERY DESCRIPTION jj j SPECIALTYjI 9 ICumb Phone Main 913 Home Phone 1913 +TI31E+ COMPANYerS OEiLlfa73IZAiEDa eersrSold at All All Loading Bar and Cafes RENOWNED FOR PURITY STRENGTH AND EXCELLENT FLAVOR GRUBER DEUSER Managers Louisville Ky k4e t t + + + + + + + t SPECIAL MondayAugustill for 75 centsALL WORK GUARANTEED FOR ONE YEAR JBRUNNsae Old Gold and Silver bought and exchanged 530 W Market opp Eckert Hotel M H H+ H +t M+ sM++ + H M M + M M t +M +t H +M M H H H f+ + FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY- H M Hf H H H +t ++ ++M M M +++++++++++ +++ + + + H + + + f+i + EAT A BRICK OF Cuscafas Ice Cream +MMMMMMMf f ff++ 4ft ++ HH f++t +t ++ Nt ++ + + ft H ++s WILLIAM BORGMANNDistillers Agent and Wholesale and Retail Dealer in WHISKIES WINES flflD CIGA S Owner of GLENBROOK Brand HandMade Sour Mash Whiskey Bottled In Bond Home Phone 6264 2141618 SEVENTH STREET ecli H I f1IlI BHIlH4ftoUHHl IiBIDUa jlOranSonslFuneralj 11- m Iii And Embalmers I I INNCarriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short 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