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TtT KM vi KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XIINO 21 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 21 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTS CATHOLIC Knights and Ladies of America to Moot Here Next Week Delegates Will Bo In Attendance From All Parts of the Country The Local Branches Preparad to Properly Entertain Visitors 6 ORDER ORIGINATED IN THIS CITY The Catholic Knights and Ladies of America will hold their annual convene tion In Louisville May 2426 and over 200 delegates and visitors from all parts of the United States will be in attend ance Preparations are now being made by the local members of the order for the proper reception and entertainment of the visitors The business sessions will be held in the WeissingerGaulbert build ing at Third and Broadway an enter tainment will be given at Macauleys Theater the delegates will be treated to trolly and steamboat rides aud fin allya banquet will be given in their honor at the Restaurant Vatal The headquarters of the delegates will be at the Wlllard HotelThe delegates will first assist at a solemn high mass in St Marys church Eighth and Grayson streets on the morning of May 24 On this occasion the eloquent Father Charles Raffo will de liver a sermon appropriate to the occa sion Leading Catholic women and men from all parts of the country will attend the convention and the session will be an important one Mayor Grainger will deliver the address of welcome on behalf of the city The Catholic Knights and Ladies of America is one of the strongest benevolent orders of men and women in the United States It has a membership of over 8000 The order originated in Louisville the first council being made up of members of Father Raffos parish Gran W Smith Dr William B Doherty and Father Raffo taking a prominent part in the early organization Since thenItyhusapreadalloverthecountryand church and its membership Thomas Keenan who is a leading member of the order is at the head of the local Committee of Arrangements and is ably assisted by Miss Mary Sheridan and Dr Peter Ganz There are about 1700 members of the order in Louisville and they are abundantly able to see that the delegates are properly entertained The entertainment at Macauleys will consist of addresses musical selections recita tions etc and the programme is now being prepared Miss Mary Sheridan of this city is the Supreme Treasurer of the Knights and Ladles and has been hon ored with this position for many years on account of her efficiency strict integrity and devotion to the promotion of the cause of the order Tuesday morning the Law Committee met in Parlor A at the Galt House where the Supreme officers have made their headquarters Those present were Chair man James McNamara of Detroit Thos A Fuller of Cairo James P Monohan of Memphis Dr t E De Guerie of Marine City Mich and with them were Supreme President James H Crumley of Detroit and Supreme Secretary John J Duffy of Memphis When culled upon by the Kentucky Irish American Chairman McNimara stated that but few amendments to the present laws had been submitted and therefore the committee had reason to believe there would be but few changes made and none of a radical character would be recommended Secretary Duffy says the Catholic Knights and Ladies have made steady progress during the past two years and now have a membership of about 8000 L Since the last convention ten new branches have been instituted but Ken tucky still leads all the other States having about onefourth of the entire membership The fact that gives the Supreme officers the greatest satisfaction and one worthy of note is that there has not been an extra assessment levied dur ing the last two years something of which no other fraternal insurance order can boast During the past few days some feeling has developed over the manner in which the Supreme officers have treated the members of the order in this city For several months the Louisville branches have been working hard in order to properly entertain the officers delegates and visitors to the convention and they have been remarkably successful having raised a large sum of money for that purpose It has been reported at this office that the Supreme officers have altogether ignored their Louisville breth rea and have made arrangements that will upset the work that baa been so earnestly gaged in for the past two badchojenquartets and also the Weiasluger Gaul bert building for the sessions of the convention Here aUo they had arranged for banquet for 300gueetaA great utwrUteBKHit liae heap planned for IfooaMlcyi Theater far mat Tuesday a night when Miss Bee Mullarkey Messrs Thomas Clines Charles Parsons Frank Burke the Mooney twins and others will take part in the exercises These facts will be made known as soon as the con vention assembles and unless an agree ment is reached there will be some caustic speeches as the Kentucky dele gates want to extend that hospitality for which the State is noted Another sub ject of adverse comment is the fact that our State was ignored in the naming of the Law Committee notwithstanding its large membership The hope is every where expressed that the wishes of the Louisville Knights and Ladies will be deferred to and harmony prevail i LADIES ARE READYi 7i i J For Their Loap Party at the WelsslngorCaulbert Building The Ladles Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held a fine meeting Wednesday night and reports showed everything arranged for their Leap Year euchre and dance at the Weissinger Gaulbert on Thursday June 9 Mrs Lawrence Mackey and Misses Mamie Riley Ella OConnell Mamie Keenan Jennie McEvoy Mamie Fitzgerald and Annie Bohan will constitute the floor committee and will have entire charge of the dancing For the euchre handsome prizes have been secured and a delightful evening is promised all who attend As this will be the first Irish Leap Year party given in Louisville a large and happy gathering is looked for Mrs Mike Hickey will preside at the euchre and will be assisted by a committee of young ladies representing all parts of cityMrs Anna McGinty was obligatedand Misses Lizzie Hartuett and Katherine Ansbro were reported sick Much routine business was transacted and an early adjournment was bad Miss Mary Cavanaugh presided and appointed a number of committees to serve on the evening of June 9- TOURING IRELAND American Party Runs Across a Man With Good- Eyesight Seamus Mc Janus writes in a syndicate letter to the American press Talking of the American tourist reminds me of an Zncldent worth setting down en passant A pair of up tolate and a league beyond it young American fellows traveling in Kerry journeyed out to the extreme lands end They found a simple coun tryman standing alone in this lonely place and looking westward over the moonlit oceanfor it was now late even ing To those very smart Americans the poor Kerryman seemed very easy Well my good man said one of the pair on a very clear day is it possible to see as far as America from this Head As far as Amiriky sir Och far further and his eyes were still fixed afar Furtherl said the American You can see further Oh yes the Kerryman said very quietly its only a clear night now and I can see at my dead aise as far as the moon The youug gentlemen were mopping their brows as they hurried away The moon was shining too fiercely for them on the Old Head of Kinsale Continuing his stories abont tourists McManus writes Soon very soon the American tourist will be with us and invading the shops where the Hibernian whose forefathers moved softly out of Jerusalem the night before their rent was due offers them Irish photographs perpetrated at Munich and Irish shillelaghs that sprang and flourished on Al pine slopes I have known enlightened Americans bring home with themunder- the innocent delusion that they had got the genuine articlevile caricatures styled photographs of Irish life which are about as like Irish life as Theodore Roosevelt is like Chuck Connors And I have known Americans who waxed vain on their astuteness nofllesonme Sir Yankees carry home and suspend by a green ribbon in their parlors and fetch their friends to see a horrible bludgeon that they purchased for a genuine Irish shillelagh begob sir which I believe could not have been palmed upon a farmer who never adventured over the bounds of Posey county Indiana 0 great tourist men from America often times beside you our most verdant hill shows scarlet HONORED WITH BANQUET Thirty Knights of Columbus gave a delightful banquet at the Elks Home Tuesday evening in honor of Prof Pat rick OSullivan the young Irish composer Impromptu addresses were de livered by Hon Edward J McDermott Judge Matt ODoherty James J Fitz gerald and others The affair was a most enjoyable one and will afford the taianted pianist pleasant memories during his ab sence abroad GOLDEN JUBILEE St Stephens church of Newport of which Rev Joseph Mershmann In pastor will celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of its dedication on Sunday June 19 Pontifical mass will be celebrated by Right Rev Bishop HIM and the festival see mon wilt be preached by the Rev Father ChrywMtwuM OS P The invitations iesued are very hndooie I J r 7 lWORLDS FA ti t BALLOTr KEJuJYi I iMI i f1rnERIRI4 1 h WO LkbsS fA1ll13A lkOT j f C t t F r ti I VOTE 1OR- tt ADDRESS k SIGNEDL Saturday May 211904 4 SPIRITED But Friendly Rivalry Between Candidates Popularity Contest Those Who Aro First Now May Be Last in the Wind- Up Each of the ThjrtySix in tho List Ought toGot 5OOO Votes PRIZES ARE WORTH GOING AFTER The friendly rivalry between the candi dates in our great popularity contest or rather the rivalry between the friends of the candidates is becoming more intense as the time draws near to decide who shall go to the great Worlds Fair at St Louis at the expense of the Kentucky Fitzgibbou for Instance heads the list among the single gentlemen this week is no sign that he will be in the lead next week or at the close True it is that those who are in the lead would naturally be the favorite in the betting but things change I The first shall be Jast and last first There is no telling but that the friends of George Percy Wells among the single gentlemen candidates who was at the bottom may forgetothe top and be leader before the contest closes It is certain that the friends of Frank McDonogb particularly the members of the Y M I have been doing good work for him recently and so have the admir ers of Charley Raidy and Tom Camfield The single man who wins this prize can assuredly win a pretty girl for a wife or be elected to the General Council after his name is announced in these columns as the winner So let the friends ot the single men bestir themselves Evidently the friends of Miss Ella OConnell were well pleased with her pretty picture printed in the Kentucky Irish American last week for the paper had not been off the press but a few hours when subscriptions came pouring in to be credited to her But Miss OConnell was not the only one who got votes during the week Miss Mamie Riley was not forgotten and neither were the Misses Mary Foley Alice Walsh Margaret Tobin Margaret Nor ton Julia Kelly Mamie Keenan Lady Heffernan Catherine Conadeau or Mary Cavanaugh All these are pretty and lovable girls and it is a matter of surprise to us that they dont get more votes than the single gentlemen The explanation probably is that they are too modest Modesty is a charming virtue and its cultivation is to be commended Let these young ladles get their sweethearts to help them during the next few weeks and the vote will exceed that of the single gentlemen and the married couples com blued The thirteen married couples are pretty well bunched in this contest The lead ers are up in the 3000 column but Michael Reichert and wife who have been under the 2000 mark are coming to the front If the Germans once take a notion to send Mr Reichert and wife to the Fair goodby to the Irish con testants Although this paper is in clined to favor the Irish it will show no favoritism in this contest and we are only too glad to see the admirers of Mr and Mrs ReicBert among our German Catholic friends coming to their rescue And they are getting some Irish votes too John J Sullivan and wife will be heard from too before this thing is over their friends say Every one of the thirtysix candidates aught to get at least 5000 votes each before the contest closes Louisville is a big city Kentucky is a great Cowmen wealth and this paper goes overall of the dark and bloody ground We feel cer taro that each and every one of the can didate has at lleast 5000 friends The winnero nay have 10000 friends each for lfwekMw Now Is the time to rots For seek sob 1 rH1 I scription sent in fifty vojes will be credited to any candidate designated by the subscriber and the paper 111 be sent for one year to any the address changed if addressId The winners to free transportation to St Louis and return and seven days entertainment at the Lindell Hotel one of the aTaest hotels in the West The Kentucky Irish American has arranged for this nthreat expense It is something that no other newspaper In Kentucky is doing All the prizes are well worth going after With a little energy among the friends of the candi dates almost any one of the married couples the single ladies Jr single gentlemen can be a winner t The table showing the anding of the candidates up to noon Thursday is given below Ji MARRIED COUPLE John H Hennessey and wife 3900 Dan McKenna and wlfejIj 3326 Michael Reichert and wfet 2550 John J Sullivan and wifej 1050 Thomas Dolan and wife r 1000 Thomas D Claire and wife 1550 John Meagher and wife fj 1200 Harry Brady and wife M 1200 Dave Burke and wife E 1100 WG ORourke and wifei 1100 John J McGurk and wife 1 1000 Joseph P McGinn and wffe 950 Pat F McCarthy and wff tV y 650 J sUJ Sf Mamie Riley 3171 Ella OConnellj 2971 Mary Foley 2676 Margaret Norton 2191 Alice Walsh 1500 Catherine Conadeau 1000 Julia Kelly 950 Mary Cavanaughr 850 Margaret Tobin 850 Lady Heffernan 750 Mamie Keenan 650 SINGLE GBNTIBMAN Lieut Tom Fitzgibbon 8255 Frank McDonogh 6891 Charles Raidy 2927 John Cavanaugh t 2100 Tom Camfield t Ii950 louls Dugan 1700 John Crotty 1450 Ed Dalton 1350 Tom Fnrlongq 900 Will McNally 850 Ed Toomey i 760 George Percy Wells 749 RECENT DEATHS John J Kinney for some years a resident of the West End died Wednesday morning at his home 1639 Tyler avenue His funeral took place Friday morning from St Patricks church nnd was largely attended The interment was iin St Louis cemetery Joseph Veitb a well known member of St Vincent de Pauls church and for eleven years a member of the police force died Monday afternoon at his home on Mulberry street from an attack of heart disease with which he was stricken the week previous His wife and five children survive him The funeral took place Wednesday morning from St Vincent de Pauls a detail of police acting as escort to the remains The Winchester Democrat announces the death of Mrs Joseph Shannon one of the best known and highly respected Catholic women of Clark county She died Sunday morning of cancer of the stomach that day being the thirtyfourth anniversary of her marriage Besides her husbandshe leaves four children Miss Laura and Joseph Shannon of Winches ter and Mrs Fannie McCarty and Mrs Agnes Crim of Birmingham Ala The funeral took place Monday morning from St Josephs church the interment being in the Catholic cemetery at Mt Sterling Mrs Shannon was a good Christian woman whose many deeds of kindness are worthy of emulation by all JUBILEE POW SPEAKER Ben Speaker and his estimable wife celebrated the silver anniversary of their marriage at their hour Friday evening where many friends crud acquaintances called to offer the congratulations and wish them many more years of happiness and prosperity The Catholic Knights of America who never do anything without Mr Speakers assitance bls feHowwofk Menaoo Irish and German friend with kindlywords I 4 i O n VI MilI Great Gathering Honors Grand Officers of the Indiana Jurisdiction Now Albany Council Made a Splendid Showing Thurs day Night An Instructive and Interesting Joint Session Poorly Attended OUTINGS ARE NEXT FIXED EVENTS The largest gathering of members of the Young Mens Institute in the history of Unity Council of New Albany was that which assembled Thursday night at Union Hall to greet the Grand officers of the Indiana jurisdiction President John GerfUnkHof Terre Hute and Wj JHant Fogarty of Indianapolis Those gentle men were met by a committee headed by Con McBarron upon their arrival and were taken over the city and otherwise entertained until the hour for the meet ingAt 8 oclock the distinguished visitors and Messrs Emmet Slattery William M Higgins James B Kelly Clarence Zook and George Lautz were escorted to seats on the stage Con McBarron who pre sided and declared recesses at frequent intervals for refreshments of which there was a great abundance welcomed all to the celebration of the ninth anniversary of Unity Council He presented the speakers who were received with hearty applauseGrand President Gerdink who is Prosecuting Attorney of Terre Haute withIfriends from Kentucky His words on the Y M I were sincere and earnest and made a very favorable impression He knew of the ups and downs of theolder members of Unity and what they did that made her a star of the Indiana jurisdic tion They had reason to be proud of their work and with good men at the head there was a great future for this ex cellent council The Indiana jurisdic tion he said had increassd in both assets and members and was now in a prosper ous condition In an eloquent peroration he dwelt upon the love and loyalty of Catholic men for our glorious country and the great motto of the Y M I When William Fogarty the popular City Clerk of Indianapolis and Grand Secretary was introduced he was greeted with an outburst of applause that showed his fame had preceded him He was happy and witty and the story of his troubles in Louisville where everything went straight up created much laugh ter Mr Fogarty took for his text Unity and Patriotism which he aptly illustrated He then dwelt feelingly on home ties and St Patricks Half in Indianapolis where the stars and stripes were first raised in this country in honor of patriotic instruction It was also his pleasure to bring greetings from the Grand Council Before closing his splen did effort he read a beautiful poem and urged the young men to make their emblem second to the cross that greets them everywhere and mean all that it impliesJames B Kelly the next speaker said those present from the three councils of Louisville came not to talk but to wel come the Indiana Grand officers and celebratel the anniversary of Unity and stood ready to share with them all the blessings bestowed upon the Kentucky jurisdiction Short but pleasing talks were also made by Messrs George Lautz John Crotty Clarence Zook Emmet Slattery William M Higgins and David OConnell Taken altogether the cele bration which lasted till near midnight Wad au enjoyable one and will result in greet good to Unity Council Keser Fogarty and GewUnkt 1eltFr- idat for their respective bowes Both were plsMrt with their r eepUea wid u n I promised that two more councils would be instituted before the August conven tion They are both Hibernians and were welcome visitors at the office of the Kentucky Irish American during their brief stay in this city Monday night was the time set for the joint meeting of the members of Mackin Trinity and Sat 11l Councils and though the proceedings were both Interesting and instructive the attendance was so small as to be somewhat discouraging Out of a membership of about 700 less than 200 were present The address of David OConnell was full of wise sug gestions and was well received He llaid specialstress on the benefits young men derive from participation in council de bates which should be encouraged Bcdies like the Young Mens Institute he said are great institutions of learning and all will profit by the debates and a strict adherence to the law William J OConnor spoke on the political situation and made an interesting comparison between Hearst Parker Cleveland and Gorman declaring the last named the most cunning and ablest strat egist of the four Emil Mouth of Trinity Council dis cussed the decision of DeWitt Clinton when a Catholic priest refused to divulge the secrets of the confessional and the later refusal of Rev Lambert Young to give evidence at Frankfort in a case that attracted widespread attention Other speakers were Grand Secretary Lautz William J OSulhvan Grand President Kelly Clarence Zook and Will Perry and it was about midnight when the last words were spoken During the evening cigars were passed around and all had a general good time Messrs Hinkebein and McBarron in vited all to the meeting to be held in New Albany on Thursday night assuring them they would be well pleased with their visit BERTRANDIA Boys Choir Impresses Favor ably People of Domini can Parish The baptistry of St Louis Bertrands church is in course of renovation To make more room for it the shrine of St Anthony has undergone some altera tions which when completed will make It a delight to the many clients of the brownrobed son of St Francis A hand some new pedestal has taken the place of the former altar and provision is being made for votive candlestands which will be more in keeping with the general improvements The boys choir has made a favorable impression on the congregation assisting at the May devotions each evening The hymns to the Blessed Virgin are rendered with true fervor and the Latin of the benediction service Is likewise well exe cuted In the near future therequiem masses will be assigned to the vested choir and no doubt before long the boys will be heard in other more important functions in which the Gregorian chant will be given exclusively Theyare under the charge and instruction of the Rev Father Lawler O P Last Sunday the children of the Sun dayschool raised their united voices in hymns of praise and thanksgiving during the 0 oclock mass The exellent train ing they have received under the Rev Father Martin O P will probably be the means of making congregational singing very popular among the people of St Louis Bertrands The Sunday school classes have steadily improved in numbers and their splendid organization has been made the subject of much favorable comment New impetus has been given to the Confraternity of the Angelic Warfare since the memorable day of first communion and confirmation Its members will receive holy communion in a body at the 730 oclock mass FORTYONE CHILDREN I Received First Holy Commu nion at St Aloysius Church Fortyone bright and happy children made their first holy communion last Sunday at St Aloysius church their devoted pastor Rev Father OGrady cel ebrating the mass and administering the sacrament The little people were joined by the Sodality of the Sacred Heart of Jesus young men and boys and the Sodality of the Blessed Virgin Mary girls and young ladies numbering alto tether about 200 In the afternoon the young communicants were affiliated with their respective sodalities The sodality for the boys and young men of the parish steadily averages sistyseven Ifs present Perfect is Louis Braun an exemplary man holding a responsible position with the Home Telephone Company He has held the office for four years and is no less anxious for the sodalitys welfare than were his predecessors George Mc Crann and Emmet Kennedy The class was confirmed by the Right Rev Bishop Allen of Mobile on the previous Monday There was one convert among the number William Bartman who had been under instruction for nine months Father OGrady has reason to be proud othis faithful little flocki COMMITTEE MEETS TOMORROW The Executive Committee of the An clot Order of Hibernians meets tomor row to make further arrangements for tUi kpkmtc U IMPORTANT d Action of Central Committee Catholic America Knights of ofI Reconsider Former Resolution Opposing Any Change Iii Assessment Will Glvo Supremo President Cordial Reception Next Week KADBSKI PLAN GROWING IN PAYOR Only eight branches were represented when President Newton Rogers called to order the meeting of the Central Com mittee of the Catholic Knights of Amer ica at St Marys Hall last Friday night But what was lacking in numbers was made up in interest in the proceedings later on In the absence of Albert F Martin the Chair appointed L D Bax to act as Secretary pro tem Chairman Reichert stated that the Entertainment Committee had no report to make Joe McGinn and William C Smith from the Membership and Executive Committees had neither anything to report C A Hill and L D Bax were added to the Entertainment Committee and Delegate Soeder to that on Membership John Schalda Chairman of the special committee to confer with like committees from central bodies in other cities look ing to united action upon important questions that will come before the next Supreme Council was absent but letters were received from the Central Com mittee of Cincinnati that gave rise to heated debate between President Rogers and exSupreme Trustee Smith the great majority voting with the former The Cincinnati body wants the office of Supreme Treasurer abolished and biennial instead of annual conventions two changes that would result in a big saving of money to the Catholic Knights at large Besides the Central Committee all the larger branches of Ohio had voted for reArating and regret was expressed at the vote of their Kentucky brethren They wanted a new scale adopted including special rates for hazardous risks Upon the suggestion of the Chairman thecorL respondence was turned over to Edward NeuhausLater upon motion of Supreme Delegate Reichert the resolutions recently adopted on the rerating question were reconsidered Delegrate Reichert suggested that the committee assure the Supreme Council its support upon the adoption of a practical plan He bad given the question much thought and wanted such rates adopted as would pro tect the old members and also meet all obligations placing the Catholic Knights s of America on an unquestionably sound financial basis- ExSupreme Trustee Smith who has opposed changing the present rate of assessment was the next speaker All he wanted he said was wisdom fo pre tvallt Other delegates expressed themselves favorably to the proposed change and all wanted more Inducements offered young men Years ago it became apparent they said that the present rate was insuf ficlent They advocated the Kadeski plan of graded payments meaning that o policies issue hereafter for only sums proportionate to their cost as his facts and figures were incontrovertible President Rogers favored special and prompt action by the Supreme Council and careful consideration of all plans submitted The Reichert resolution was adopted by an almost unanimous vote though strenuously opposed by Delegate SmithUpon the call of the branches a net gain ofsix members was announced The Entertainment Committee was in structed to arrange a reception in honor of Supreme Prssident Gaudlen of New Orleans who will be here next week A dinner will be given in his honor when the local Knights will have the opportunity of meeting him L D Bax suggested that the Central Committee arrange an excursion for the Catholic Knights of America to the St Louis Exposition He read severall let ters and was oi the opinion that rates could be secured within the reach of all He also suggested other means by which the funds in the treasury could be in creased When Edward Newbaus was called upon be said he had been longing for the conversion that had manifested itself dur ing the evening The order was destined to go forward and when Major Gen Kadeski came to Louisville the local receptionan important one as Supreme Trustee McGinn will report the proceedings of the meeting of the Supreme officers at St Louis this week KentuckyIrishofficers heard Actuary Landies on the rate question Thursday morning and that a new rate would be submitted the entire membershipShould special convention be called to meet this summer those gentlemen who were elected last year will constitute the Supreme Council that will readjust the rating Q rj I u c J cc vIri v w NTUOKY IRISH AMFi12TCA102 fiMLRI6fiNcINIIIIIINIIIIIIIIIL11111 ievoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS i SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the Louisville Postofflce as Second CIass Matter ddl era 11 Communications to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qrecn Street UNION TRADES rASEI COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 21 19041 IflPORT NEGROES FOR WHITE MENS PLACES The Employers Association of Louisville seems determined to break up all the local labor unions iIf possible It is having a bard S time in doing this so far as the printers and the bricklayers unions are concerned The last move of the Employers Association is not very creditable to the good judgment of the strenuous leaders in that body It is liable to bring discredit on the association We refer to the bringing here of a lot of negro bricklayers from Memphis and the South to take the places of white mcu The Bricklayers Union demanded sixty cents an hour which is the wage in Indianapolis and Cidcinnati and other neighbor Ing cities Most of the contractors granted the increased wages to their journeymen but others who belong to the Employers Association re fused and now bring negroes hereto take the places of white men- The negroes were placed at work on the new Louisville Nashville shops in South Louisville The daily papers have never mentioned this astonishing feature of the controversy between the journeymen and their bosses Some of these very bosses have been complaining that the negro population of Louis ville was too large there being 10 000 negro votes here already But that is not here nor there The employers could have secured white men to do this work by paying them two and a half cents more an hour than they pay the imported negroesIt surprising that men compos ing the Builders Exchange who have an interest in the future wel fare and progress of the city should make a mistake of this kind and for a few cents a day take work away from white men and give it to nonresident negroes Such ac tions as these arouse antagonisms among employes and employers which should not exist Labor union leaders are sometimes hotheaded and make grievous mistakes but we can not recall where they were guilty of as grievous a blunder as the contractiug bricklayers in this instance IS COQUETRY A VIRTUE Prof James H Tufts the Dean of the University of Chicago Bap tist in the course of a lecture to his pupils recently made the fol lowing amazing statement Co quetry is a training of the abilities which one needs in serious life It is not merely an outlet for the dissi pation of the surplus energies but it tends to the development of the higher and intellectual faculties The professor told his pupils men and women for they have the coed plan in this university that it was all right for girls to flirt Websters definition of coquetry is as fol1owsU Affectation of amorous advances trifling in love If Webster Is correct it would be difficult to discover how the abilities could be traided by trifling or indulgence Iin amorous advances To most persons it would seem the cultivation of such propensities would produce anything but desir able results Mrs John A Logan who was last Saturday elected President of u the Red Cross Society denounces the statement of Prof Tufts and thinks it ought to be fatal to hiss future connection with the uni versityCoquetry says Mrs Logan hM always been thought demoral king in every sense of the word and it level coawdered the root of +Po U Q- D I u 0 many evils in the character espe cially of women coquetry being responsible for the abundant har vest of unhappiness many of them reaped from silly flirtations Continuing Mrs Logan writes liTo make the advances of a co quette one must lay aside modesty one of the most attractive virtues in a woman The employment of the arts and affectations of a coquette must necessarily make them insincere and deceitful two abhorrent vices either in man or woman Few coquettes have ever overcome their pernicious propensities even after taking vows of faithfulness unto death to the man who runs the risk of marrying a flirt Heartlessness the most fatal thing in a woman should assuredly be avoided as it does create in her an aversion for many high and holy duties devolv ing upon woman which require selfsacrifice and humility People have been laboring under the im pression that education is for the development of the higher and no bler qualities of all mankind that knowledge tends to make people thoughtful upright steady and bet ter No one ever dreamed that the cultivation of frivolous deceitful Improper insincere immodest and unbecoming propensities could pos sibly develop abilities which one needs in serious life Mrs Logan is to be commended for calling down this sensational Chicago professor No wonder there are so many divorces when such sentiments as those enunciated by Prof Tufts are tolerated in socalled Christian universities CATHOLICITY AMONG METHODISTS At the Methodist General Conference in Los Angeles last week one of the delegates a preacher made a vicious attack on the Catholic church and presented a resolution denouncing tfe church and its methods A lay delegate arose in his place and defended the church from the attack which he said was unjustifiable He paid a high tribute to the church and its clergy and moved the reference of the resolution which had the ef fect of permanently laying it upon the table The defense ot the church was loudly applauded by nearly all of the delegates and visitors to the conference in the gallaries The Methodist church is becoming more Catholic and the good spirit shown at the Los Ange les Conference is to be commended NO CHANGE IN NAME The General Conference of the Episcopal church held in San Francisco in 1901 appointed a committee of fifteen to consider the advisability of changing the legal name of the denomination Some want the name changed to the Catholic church in the United States others to the Catholic Epis copal church The committee his made up its report which will be submitted to the General Confer ence in Boston in October Seven of the committee oppose any change pive members favor a change and say it is humiliating that prejudice against the Pope of Rome should stand in the way of calling the Episcopal church Catholic The only way out of the difficulty seems to be for the High Church Episcopalians to join the Catholic church and many of them are doing so everyday AS TO CHURCH MUSIC The encyclical of Pope Pius X on cHurch music has been much misunderstoodand the impression kal beex created that by ecclesiasti u n n n cal law modern music in the church will be abolished at once leaving nothing but the Gregorian The contrary is the fact The first and highest place is given to the Gregorian and a high second to the Palistrina style Modern music comes third The Pope expressly says that many of the modern com positions are excellent and the best of it maybe retained As to the rapidity with which the reform in church music suggested by the Pope will go into effect that will depend upon circumstances Instantaneous changes are not contemplated and none will be made until the Bishop of each dio cese orders them There are now in the United States and Territories 56774 Cath olic Indians ministered to by 152 priests There are 6050 Indian pupils in Catholic schools and 631 teachers The Mexican Indian population is not considered in this statement which is official The value of church and school build ings is 1500000 All the Catholic Indian schools and missions are now supported through voluntary subscriptions from Catholics the Government having withdrawn aU State aid We cougratulate the printers of the country upon the reelection of James M Lynch to the Presidency of the International Typographical Union He is a safe and conserva tive man respected everywhere for his honesty and integrity In his hands the rights of employer and employe are equally safe And better than all he frowns on the Socialistic craze that is working harm wherever it appears The Emperor of Germany has manifested his friendship for the Holy See by presenting the Pope with a beautiful bound copy of the first volume of the important work on the Sistine chapel edited by Dr Steinman The Pope on receiv ing the volume expressed himself warmly in appreciation of the friendship of Emperor William not only on this occasion but pre viously The Kentucky Irish American tenders the Catholic knights and Ladies of America a hearty wel come to Louisville and invites them to make its office their head quarters while in the city May the convention realize the hopes of the thousands who will be repre sented therein J A delegation of Belgian Catholic journalists called on Pope Piux X a few days ago and gave him an offering of25ooo for Peters pence Editors in Belgium are bet ter off financially than in some places we know off OUTLOOK FAVORABLE Hacketts Mining Investment Likely to Prove Very Profitable Mr Thomas Hackett the well known distiller has returned from St Louis where he has been on business connected with his Western mining interests Mr Hackett is getting ready to develop his mines by providing the latest machinery for smelting ores His many friends in Louisville and elsewhere will be glad to know that his expectations of making a large fortune out of his mining invest ments are about to be realized EXPRESSION OP SYMPATHY The following resolutions on the death of Patrick J Morgan reported by Messrs James B Kelly Clarence H Zook and Will P McDonogh were adopted at the joint meeting of the Young Mens Institute Cauncilsof Louisville held at Sa olli Council Hall last Monday evening Whereas It has pleased God to call from ouf midst our respected friend d Patrick J Morgan father of Edward B Morgan of Satolli Council and Whereas In the death of Mr Morgan the city of Louisville sustains the loss oC- In exemplary citizen be it Resolved That the members or the Young Mens Institute do hereby extend to the bereaved family of our departed friend our most heartfelt sympathy in their affliction reminding them however that this separation is only tempo rsryand that we shall all be reunited one day in that kingdom which has no endResolved That these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of Satolli CoUn ell Mackln Council aadTrialty Council that a copy be enl to the family of our deceased friend and further thatcop- lbuut e to the Catbolic pr M ol tlae city of Lonlvllle1r L y DciwMiss Eleanor Long visited friends at Morganfield last week Miss Bessie Peters has been enjoying a delightful visit with her parents at Central City Mrs John Shea of the Highlands will leave early next month for Denver to visit her sister Robert A Smith and wife are home from Danville where they visited Mrs Smiths parents Mrs Kate Athey spent a pleasant week in Covington the guest of her daughter Mrs George Fox Mrs John Thixton Jr returned this week from Mayfield Where she vlsltet Miss Bess Allison Miss Nannie McMahon of Jefferson vllle is in StLouIs visiting relatives and seeing the Worlds Pair Mrs Jerry OConnell had as her guest last week at her home in Oakdale Mrs Ada Martin of Jeffersonville Miss Bessie Glenn who has been ill with malarial fiver at her home1n South Louisville is again well and able to be out Thomas n Tracey and Mary H Rooney well known and popular among their friends were united in marriage Thurs day Mrs Fred Ewan formerly of Jefferson ville is here from Indianapolis and iis visiting her many friends in the Palls CitiesMrs John L Riehm accompanied by her mother lei Monday for Frankfort to visit Mrs JohnRodman and other rel atives Mrs Frank McKernan has entirely recovered from an illness that confined her to her home in Beechmont for several weeks Halsey Malone who has been attending- the Georgetown College at Washington will return home the middle of next month Mrs Hilary OBrien has returned to her home in Elizabethtowu after a pleasant visit with Mrs Philip OBrien Fourth avenue Miss Edith Malone who has been attending the Manhattanville college near New York will arrive home the sec ond week in June Miss Stella Gruber of Portland spent the week in Richmond where she went to see her cousin Miss Ray Miller who will graduate there Mr and Mrs James Bnttimer of New castle have returned home after a pleas ant visit here as the guests of Mr and Mrs David OConuell Joseph Hubbucb leaves tonight with his wife and Miss Hubbnch for Btrming ham where they will visit his married daughter and grandchild Mrs William Glenn of Oakdale had as her guests this week John Glenn and wife and Mrs Margaret Welsh and Mrs Doc Lowe all of Bowling Green The friends of Miss Annie Lyons will regret to learn that she has suffered ia painful attack of rheumatism and is un able to leave tier home on Eighth street Stephen DeCoursey will leave early in June for St Louis where he will take part in meeting of the old volunteer fire men of the United States at the Worlds Fair Misses Katherine Ryan Margaret May and Miss Downs who visited at Central City were given aq exciting mining party through the coal mines there last week Mrs Matt McDonald who formerly resided here but now of Covington was a visitor here the past week as the guest of Miss Mary Foley Eighth and Oldham streets The Cordelia Dancing Club will hold forth at Fountain Ferry next Thursday night when the members would like to meet all their friends Their dances thus far have been very enjoyable The numerous friends of Miss Stella Carter are rejoiced over her recovery from an illness of cold that confined her to her home She is a favorite in her social circle and her reported illness caused much anxiety A number of friends assembled last Sunday at the handsome new home of Henry Bosquet on Woodbine avenue and assisted at its blessing When the ceremony had been performed his charm ing wife presided at an elegant dinner and entertained the guests In a most happy manner Its a handsome baby boy that had- come to stay and brighten the home of- Mr and Mrs Peter Herberger 729 East Ireckinridge street Papa Pete is now the proudest as well as happiest butcher in town and says he would not change places with Henry Kraft Gottlieb Layer- or any of them Miss Katie Kalaher was agreeably surprised Monday evening by her euchre club but she was equal to the occasion and entertained her guests in a delightful manner Before the games were finished they voted her a charming hostess The prizes were won by Misses Mary Des Mary Link and Maggie Campbell Those present and talking part in the games were Misses Mary and Maggie Campbell aue1WhllenNora Kalaher Messrs Fred Falloa Joseph PiIl11IKapII Finaagaa anti Mrs Link 1+ i 0- e ROMANTIC Career of the First Secretary of Indiana Territory Years Ago 1 John Gibson Was a Revolution ary Soldier and Indian F1gbJar- Interpreted the Famous Speech of Logan the Indian Chief HE WAS OF IRISH PARENTAGE The series of articles published in the National Hibernian on The Irish in the American Revolution are very interesting and instructive In the May number the Irish race in the early days of Virginia are treated of and incidentally some ot the early Irish settlers in Ken tucky and Indiana are mentioned among them the Prestons of Kentucky and Gen John Gibson the first Secretary of Indiana Territory and acting Governor for a considerable period Romantic in deed was the career of John Gibson who was born of Irish parents at Lan caster Pa on May 23 1740 He distinguished himself throughout the Revo lution and was appointed by President Jefferson Secretary of Indiana Territory under Gen William Henry Harrison The Kentucky Irish American has heretofore referred to John Gibson and can add something to the brief reference made to him in the article in the Hiber nian which will no doubt be interesting- to its readers in Indiana and Kentucky Gen Gibson while serving as Secretary of Indiana Territory lived for part of his term at Corydon not more than twenty five miles from Louisville Corydon was then 1813 the capital of the Territory Previous to that time the capital was at Vincennes and in 1821 was moved to Indianapolis During the absence of the Governor Gen Gibson was the Acting Governor His addresses to the Legisla ture and other speeches are still pre served His address to the Indiana As sembly on February 2 1813 was on the subject of the war 1812 with Great Britain It is a stirring and patriotic address and is published in Dillons His tory of Indiana It Is too long to repeat here An interesting feature of Gen Gibsons career and romantic one was his mar riage to an Indian the sister of Logan the great Shawanee chief Gibson was the author or at least the translator of I Logans speech which appeared in every school reader twentyfive years ago en titled Who Is There to Mourn For Logan The speech is published in full in Mr Jeffersons notes A deposition was made in Pittsburg in April 1800 says Judge Dillon by John Gibson after ward Secretary of Indiana Territory the deponent making the following state ment iti substance- In the year 1774 he accompanied Lord Dumore on an expedition against the Shawanees and other Indians in the Scioto That on their arrival within fifteen miles of the town they were met by a flag and a white man informed Lord Dumore that the chiefs of th Shawanees had requested his lordships army to halt and send in some one wh understood their language Gibson wa sent in by Lord Dumore and he found Logan Cornstalk and other chiefs of the Shawanees And Logan after sheddin an abundance tears delivered to him the famous speech in part as follows- I appeal to any white man to say iifi ever he entered Logans cabin hungry and he gave him not meat if ever he came cold end naked and he clothed him not During the course of the last long and bloody war Logan remained idle iin his cabin an advocate for peace Such wasI my love for the whites Logan never felt fear He will not turn hisI heel to save his life Who is there to mourn for Logan Not one Few of those who have read LogansI speech in the readers of twentyfive yearsI ago know that John Gibson the first Secretary of Indiana Territory wrote the speech as it came from the great Indian chiefs lips Few also are aware that John Gibson was of Irish descent It is well to remind the rising genera tion that Irishmen took a leading part in the early settlement of this region The Hibernian is doing a good service in recounting the valor and chivalrous conduct of the Irishmen who blazed the way for civilization in the great West When John Gibson was Secretary of Indiana Territory the population was only 4000 Now the great State of Indiana has nearly 3000000 people living within her borders Her first Secretary and some time Acting Governor has almost been forgotten except by those who take the time to look up the facts of history PLEASING RECEPTION A pleasant social event was the recep tion given last Friday night in honor of Charles Kelly who was here to attend the races at the residence of his uncle John B Kelly 2509 First street The evening was devoted to music and dancing piano solos being artistically rend ered by Misses Nora Wales and Catherine Hickey and Leed Meyers and recitations by Lee Boyle and Anna May Kelly After the dancing there was an elegant supper the favors being in green and pink the racing colors of the guest of honor Those present were Misses Catherine Wilson Anna May Kelly tettie Wilson Catherine Hickey EvaI Sullivan Nora Wales May Sullivan Catherine Kline France Sullivan Melees J ee Boyle James Kelly Pat Barbour William Seay Charles Kelly- Jams FiBfttgaa B Trawe EdwardV Kelly adWw idDawi aIck IJI n Y r v Jn0 r If You Want To See The- Besilhings I In Town For- T ePriceSee Those 15 Suits At LEVYSTHIRD LDBAXFUNERAL AND EMBALMER t CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone 3360 700 E Chestnut Street Both Phones 1180 Established 1863 JOHN 8RATTERMAN Successor Mrs Geo Ralterman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions Alljcalls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST HINTS ON STYLE The close fitting bolero has by the way gained ground of late and though one still sees the loose pleated sack bole ros they are less used than was expected earlier in the season New colors are continually making their debuts and many of them are really charming though a majority are unat tractively named There is the new onion color for instance The stimulated waistcoat is merely a border or edge extending beyond the edge of the coat but in many cases it is set into the coat some distance back from the edge so that it produces the effect of a separate waistcoat relieveing colors but it must be need skillfully itoorsneutral tinted stuffs and it is used with good effect in combination with many of tintsgAll of the hyacinth and porcelain blues the French shades of rose the champagne tints and those exquisite if rather trying tones known as the coral shadings are popular and the various tints of yel low and orange are repeated perhaps more frequently than any other relieving colors Of the street suits there is little that is new to tell and yet each day sees new and attractive models Their variety is effected by details of trimming rather than by novelty of general plan and a majority of these variations are wrought by means of braiding although em broidery quillings plaiting etc have their share in the work In chiffon cloth the varying shades of orange form delicious costumes softened with creamy lace and touches of black Mustard yellow chiffon too forms art istic and effective frocks skillfully used but there are few women who can wear these strqng yellows near their faces and if such a frock the upper part of the bodice must be formed to a great extent of lace ADOPT NEW BADGE At a recent business meeting of the Holy Name Society of St Louis Ber trands parish it was decided to adopt a confraternity button of new design as a badge for general use by the members Among other things the society in providing for the constitutional suffrages in behalf of recently deceased members passed the following resolution out of respect for the memory of Patrick Cody Whereas It has pleased Almighty God to call from this life to his eternal reward Patrick Cody one of the first and ever loyal members of the Holy Name Society of St Louis Berlrands congregation and a man held in deserved honor for his Catholic zeal and other Christian virtues therefore be it Resolved That the Holy Name Society while bowing to the Divine will also give expression to its sense of loss in Patrick Codys death by drawing up this resolution of sorrow and appropriately communicating the sauce to the family and Irfends of the deceased in token of sympathy with them in their bereave meet Jour H HBNNBSSV JOHN J HARRY RKV JR Vow OP i SpJritiilal Director p ff r 0- r 0 MAYEPi ENGRAVINGCOMPANY i COMPANYORIGINAL DESIGNS ILLUSTRATIONS ENOIlAVlNG mac liv ait- EltECTROTYPES 1 Corner 3rU MaI- I1LOUISVLLEKY C B THOMPSON 6- ELORISVROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson SI Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaran- teedQUICK MEALG- AS RANGES Lead in quality style reputation and merit Universally acknowledged to be STANDARD OF EXCE- LLENCEGEHERSON 217 Market St near Second ACBURGEGROCERIES AND- VEGETABLES UNION BARWi- nes Liquors Cigars and To bacco Fine Bottled Goods a specialty Give me a call rob BaLialc St GO TO Pioneer Bottling House FOR STRAIGHT WHISKIES- BIG n JUG AT DOOR 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700 good returning seven days Coach excursion tickets on sale May 17 19242631 June 2791416 212328 and 30 P E Carr City Pass and Ticket Agent 234 Fourth Ave Louisville A J Crone Depot Ticket Agent Seventh and Water Louisville C H Hungerford District Passenger Agent 234 Fourth Ave Louisville G B Allen Assistant Genera Passenger Agent St Louis WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL LESTER fire- Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 44g 0W GRg N 8Xu i iii I 73 TTLTORY IlsIj3H 1 RIOAN oJHIlu1Il1+IIHH1HH+ 1HHH+ttl+ 1I1+1 Union Ice Cream Coigt Fine Vanilla Cream and Sherbet 75c per gal Strawberry Peach and Chocolate 85c per gate Brick 4 colors 100 per gal Special prices to dealers hotels boarding houses and all orders of five gal Ions or over We make and ship all kinds of Cream and Sherbet Capacity 100 gallons per hour Home Phone 2144 Cumb Phone Main 389 02J2 to ess EIGHTH SOP tH I1HI+l I1H+ItHHIH+ttI1IIl 1 I H 1 1 111 I I I I oII+tHI1 11 HIH H I H H lH trlIl IH Ht iIis HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J IfiAIRIRIElTT 7 FUNERAL DIRECTOR hAND EMBALMER 838 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 oJ 11 I I H I 1 II t 11 HI+I Hi +I t I HuH 1111 I lHII1 IHHMHMHII w 1 +1 1 H+HI1+H+l 1 11+ 11 H I HI+Il 111 iIHMIHI I II- J E TRACY 14 H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS crr STREETSnortot 33H 111lultI I I+HuH H 11lrlHHIHIII I I 1 F11 lII I I L lE 1 MIIM0OII Monument Gompony1II- I 1 DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF JHJ ffl ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE BI I II iMonumentsI ii- I IIArtlatio Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrar Itilj i I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET jji- nnDftIUDIIIt1ImxIZUIIxuiIIHxuzlu Fw Cumb Phone Main 1913Jlome Phone 1913 Q TI3E Geo WiedemannBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber and Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASI J6 OIe2l Otto Brewerys Cream Beer DIERSEN BROS Proprietors ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE Telephone 1137 JOHN F OBRTBLBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN HFRAI1 WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aoga LOUISVILLE KY OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGEL- ouis Wabnitz Co Proprietors TW STOlfidelisKatie A Smith formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reas onable prices All callsanswered prompt ly day or night BOTH PHONES 1677 OFFICE 652 FIFTH STREET SprJnc tyJe have arrived In Hat Caplt- 9n Glove and Umbrella If k 0 THE NEW POLICY ISSUED BY The Prudential is a plain and simple promise to pay containing no contusing technicalites 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 Art ex1t ROOT 201 NORTON BUILDING BOTH PHONES 3439 HERRMANN BROSr IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BbTTLEDIN BOND TilifhiM 1941 234 Sixth 4IrMt u U U n quc M M g r SPEAKof JOB PRINTING IjSJS GIVE USA TRIAL ORDER We Dance Invitations j= Wedding Invitations ig Note and JTicketsF K IIOIVXI5 PHO2VIS 040 Kentucky Irish American I4 320 tcTICET GREEN STREET aAi Ifi Ifi 6riYiAndHriA ri ri ii KJI1f rif Oirii63 IriKri fi A2 A NEWPORT Young Mans Institute Out After Next Grand Council The Newport V M I brought out e Tuesday evening one of the finest gather t ings ever seen on the Island Queen 020 couples being registered The dance music was continuous and additional music on the main deck was at the same time rendered by Clintons brass band What promised to be a more than ordi nary cool May evening turned into a I pleasant night Every section of Cincin nati was represented but the turnout from Council 104 was extremely gratify ing to the Newport boys Over 200 couple came from Covington due to the energetic efforts of Chairman John Read Messrs Thomas Conery a genuine hustler and Corcoran and Nienaber new membersThe convention trip committee t Theo Geisler Thomas ConnollyI and Dave Kearney decorated the Y M I I men In general with a ribbon booming Newport for the convention of the Grand Council In 1905II Lafayette Council wftll soon issue invi tations for its thirteenth Fourth of July basket picnic at Glen Park and on Sunday ifay 29 the annual memorial J exercises will be conducted SIXTEEN WILL RECEIVE A class of sixteen children will receive their first holy communion tomorrow morning at St Marys church on theI Knobs back of New Albany The altars of the handsome little church will be banked with flowers and evergreens and Father Hildebrand will officiate at theJ tuassII Sunday morning May 29 large classes will approaclrtheboly table forthe first time at the Sacred Heart church Seven teenth and Broadway where Father Patrick Walsh and the Sisters have been I instructing and preparing the little folks for several months for the joyful occasion I and at the Church of Our Lady in I Portland Here there will be a special musical programme and brilliant services RETURNS TONIGHT i Supreme Trustee Joseph P McGinn will return tonight from SU Louis where he has been attending the meeting of the Supreme Trustees and officers of thett Catholic Knights of America who held their first session Monday and did not adjourn until Friday The most im i portant matter before them was the vexa tious reratiug problem but what action J was taken has not yet been learned There are many advocates of a special j meeting of the Supreme Council for the I sole purpose of disposing of tbia question PLEASED BIG AUDIENCE The piano recital given Thursday even ing at Macauleys Theater in honor of Prof Patrick OSullivan was an artistic success The performance of the talented youngcomposer pleased the big audience that greeted him Prof OSullivans friends thought they might prevail upon him to give another but this he can notI do as he sails next week for EuropeI OLDHAW CLUB AUXILIARY The Oldham Club will organize a ladles auxiliary at Wagners Hall next Tuesday evening to assist them in the picnic which they are to give at Phoenix Hill Park Thursday July 21 A twenty dollar gold piece will be given to the per son selling the largest number of tickets the contest to start at this meeting when the entries wll be announced GOOD WORK During the past six months Frank Dugan and his assistant have inspected over 8000 scales weights and measures and all found incorrect were condemned Inspector Dugan has filled this office with signal ability and never before were the people of Louisville so well pro tected from those wjio would use fraud ulent weights and measures CHAPEL DEDICATED The new Cardbme chapel for Catholic young ladies under the management of the Sisters of the Visitatipn at Georgetown was dedicated Wednesday morn ing Right Rev Bishop Maes of Cov ington assisted by twelve priests con ducted the ceremonies The cost of erectiou amounted to 40000 158 INDIANAPOLIS AND RETURN 159 Big Pour route Sunday June 6 Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at d oclock a m Returning train leaves Indianapolis Unioti depot at 7 oclock p m Get tickets at city ticks office 269 Fourth avemtc and at depot S JGefet qalAleut rJ q JOCKEY CLUB PARK Week of June 0 Rain or Shine The Crack First Imperial Marine Band of GermanyF- ORTY PICKED MUSICIANS On leave of absence to play at the St Louis Exposition by special permission of Kaiser Wilhelm Refreshments at tables Admission 25 Cents ptyoepix jf ill parIs Open For the Season J NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR PicnicsSocials Outings grentJyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts RIVERVIEW PARK Louisvilles Most Popular Sunmer Resort NOW OPEN FOR SEASON Music and dancing every afternoon and evening except Sundays Plentyof amusements for children Women andI children can always visit Riverview ParkI unaccompanied and are assured polite and courteous treatment SPECIAL CONCERTS Every Sunday afternoon and evening Meals and refreshments can be procured i at reasonable pricesat all hours HOUSEHOLD HINTS If milk looks curdled put tastes sweet strain it through a very fine napkin On Monday May 10 the Bishop will officiate at the confirmation of a large class at St Catherines church New HavenApply a redhot iron to the head of a tight screw and the screw can easily be removed if the screwdriver is used while It is hot An apple kept in the cake box will keep the cake moist for a great length of time The apple must be moved when witheredWhen ironing table cloths move theI iron with the warp threadthat is lengthwise and the cloths will wear mUch longer Articles of food cooked in deep fat should never be heaped on top of one another but laid snugly in crimpled paper to drain Keep a high stool In the kitchen on which you may sit to prepare vegetables wash dishes or iron It can often be used in place of a stepladder Milk toast is Improved by the addition of a little grated cheese just before servo ing Grated cheese is also a pleasant addition to a dish oc mashed potatoes Dont throw or drain vegetables into the sink Small particles will go through the sieve and lodge in the trap and necessitate the calling in of a plumber Rugs should be used Instead of carpets when possible Leave a two foot space around the wall and if the floor is not hard wood this space can be painted to correspondwith the woodwork of the roomThe small emery papers that are to be had for less than a cent apiece keep the nails short and enable anybody who uses them to shape the nail The flesh about the nail and at the base can be kept from growing over the nail by pushing iit gently backward when the hands are damp after washing and the flesh pliable JUNE WEDDING Miss Pearl Blust of Ohio Falls and John Beasel of Jeffersonville will be mar ried at St Anthonys church in Jeffer+ fionville early in June They have long been sweethearts but their engagement had not been known till this week GLASSES DDNT SUIT gentleman took his coachman to country inn and invited him to have l drink Asking him what he would have he received the answer Same as your self your honor So he called for tro chartreuses The Irishman looked with disgust at the small glass but when be had drunk It al broad smile came over his face and he asked what It was called lIe was told iit was a wine made by the old monks of Chartreuse Pat exclaimed The Lord bless the monks of Chartreuse and way they live long to make this lovely stuff but the Uevll take tkespaan that made th- U ig I Ir j HEROIC ACT LleutKlnnarney Rescues Five Persons From Burning Building Lieut James Kinnarney of the Police Department with the assistance of John T ONeil of 180 Shelby street at the risk of his life rescued five persons from burning buildings about midnight on Thursday Lieut Klnnaruey also ar rested the incendiaries John Maddox aged sixteen and Robert Raunser aged fourteen years who confessed that they started the conflagration just for fun in order to see a big blaze The fire was In the cooperage establishment of Joseph Dreidel at 170178 Shelby street which the boys set afire The flames were communicated to adjoining cottages occupied by Mrs Anna ONeil 180 Shelby Mrs James Anderson 171 Shelby and Mrs Nick Bennock 171 Ji Shelby The inmates of these cottages were asleep and were rescued at great personal risk by Lieut Kinnamey and ONeil The loss to Dreidel was about 25000The boys who set the place on fire con fessed in the Police Court on Friday morningLieut Kinnarney the hero of the occasion is the father of John Kinnarney who recently performed an act of heroism in stopping a runaway team saving the life of a lady The Kinnarney family is coming to the front for part of that Carnegie hero fund SIXTYTHREE Owensboro Council of the Knights of Columbus initiated sixtythree members into that order last Sunday The work of the team from this city which con ferred the third degree was pronounced the best and most interesting exemplifi cation of ritualistic work yet seen in Ken tucky Several hundred sat down to the banquet at which Hon James J Fitz gerald of this city was one of the princi pal speakers It is thought that the next Kentucky initiation will be conducted by the Louisville council FATHER ERASMUS HOME Rev Father Erasmus of the Passlouist Order who has been on missionary work In Philadelphia and the East for several months has returned to the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road and after a brief rest will resume his missionary duties Father Erasmus is one of the most eloquent missionary preachers In the order to which he belongs and his services are always in demand FIRST LAWN FETE The South End Outing Club announce their second annual lawn fete and dance to be given on the lawn of John Sullivan 2509 First stieet next Thursday evening This club is composed of well known young men of the southern part of the city who would like to have all their friends at their fete which promises to be quite a social event DELIOHTFUJ4SURPIUSE Miss Anna Doyle was entertained Friday evening at her home on West Madi son street witha delightful surprise party by a large number of her young friends A most enjoyable evening was spent dancing and games being indulged in till a late hour after which refreshments were served The prizes were won by Miss Virginia Dettmeier and Bernard Campbell but the triumph of the evening was the artistic playing on the piano by little Miss Trompeter NEW PLAY Dante a play written by the Rev James L OConnor S J of Philadelphia was produced In that city for the first time last week and It made a marked impression It was presented by the Dra matic Society of St Josephs College Father OConnors play is the exact reverse of Sardous characterization of Dante as an Immoral and profligate man In fact the author frankly said that the play was written largely with the object of counteracting the impression made by Sir Henry Irvlugs impersonation para poetslcareer and of the Inferno His Dante Is the pure reverential highminded nobly gifted Florentine llshe appears to the student of his works The play which is in three acts showed artistic merit of a high order ald at its conclusion the author was congratulated by some of the leading literary students of the city Itan old fowl Is steamed instead ofIf boiled the juices are retained the flavor maintained and all the nourishment left in the meat insteadl of being db ieia oiled l FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60INCOKPORATKID Brewers and Bottlers JLOUI6VILLL KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE I Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged 1M XXSPfXO2VIS 1r3EiO Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau Pilsen1 r Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREING O ANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 4B2 OUISVJ E KP- ft J t t t t t t t t t t t t + ++1 + t + t t t t t t t + JAMES SOWDERS 159 West Jefferson Street Fish and Oysters33OTEC PHONES J2SGI3 t t t t t t t t t 1t1oo77reeprnq1NE fffsr is THS cnsfiesr u4 Penmanshi Shor7han apJpeurrrltnysTale ra7r fiend To r klahauc I Jgu f illc1- h Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now in our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged school building in the South Visitors always welcome School open all year Students can enter at any time E T WRIGHT President SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOI ON THE eJJXI T r = P PInan ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR I E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL PresidIO and General Manager MMMMMMMMt HMMHHMMt t t U H m t tMt Mt M M FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES ALx KOLJ3te 345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS Drink EppingsMineral MineralWater PHONE 428 DRINK fl6llrll I 6- WhiSkU BOTTLED IW HENRY c LAUER 407 Eatl JsRensn Street Ti19Pt14N8 nst- i J ti NORTH STARRE- FRIGERATORS Solid hardwood extra well constructed with cork filling and asbestos lining ALWAYS GIVES SATISF- ACTIONGEHERSON 217 Market St near Second PETER M INDRIOT X SON8 WAG N MAIUFACTURERBoI Carriage ftepakll alb R IiMalTk- K286as4 2117 WEST GREEN sT r r k 0 y s STUOKY Irsn AMRIdAN 1 SURPRISE SPECIAL SALE No 239 w I M13JNS Ph II In every seam of these garments SATISFACTION has been inwrought Handwork has been utilized atI every point where it is of special benefit in the making of the shapely shoulders and the setting collars especially 4The cloths from which these suits were cut are allwool English Cheviots and fancy worsted Scotch Tweeds Ballyho Homespuns and superior quality Monthly Serges SALE ONE WEEK BEGINNING IION AND ENDING NEXT FRIDAY I THE BIG STORE MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO VALUESUITS I 424 434 Market St IFourth and 1H+I IHH+IIlIIIIlIIIHII I I HIIlHI1 MH1 IIMI H COFFEEIS CHEAPERTHAN CHEAP COFFEE I And my good Coffee is not only the BEST but also the cheapest in town Try my 50cOFFresh toasted every day delivered direct from my roaster to your kitchen Better grades for a little more money Phone me a trial order 4 MULLOY COFFEE + ROASTER + Phone 1333 214 W MARKET STREET CumbMaln IISPt 117r IHllII I 11 IItI III 1HHlM I 1 1II3I d H1Hl I HIIn I Ht Please Mate a Note Of It If you want a Piano that is an aristocrat of tone you will find it in the line we handle you want a durable pianaa piano that will last a lifetime the buying will be safe if you come to us FIFTEEN FAMOUS MAKES FROM WHICH TO SELECT CASH OR EASY PAYME- NTSMontenegroRiehm7 Co OL98O3O FOURrH AVENUE 4f+++ ++ +++ + PSRAYth 11116 Garrtaoes 230232 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE K- Yttttttttttlltt+ X12 to WestI GOOD 1 If Music t f DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN Dougherty Keen I UNDERTAKERS II I 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth I BOTH XB rBXE HOJVB8 1240IAll Galls D oar1mrInges JadHxpert AcEducates Young People and Success ol iiPUtCn NttiMl Bask i MAlrf STREETS SIXTH AND SIUEKY Business College w Sa6K6tt Plaster Board WALLS AND CEILINGS CONSTRUCTED WITH THESE BOARDS CANNOT FALL Sackett Plaster Board is light economical and durable Will not warp buckle or shrink Is a fire retardent recognized by fire underwriters KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CJB J CAMPBELL SONS Proprietors Manufactures Diamond Wall Plaster Campbells Cement Plaster Louisville Wood Fiber Plaster Campbells Wainscoting Finish In any color and Powdered Lime Both Phones 1167 Brook and River Louisville Ky E H + tt H t t u H +Hr++t +++++++ HICKEYSAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY Proprietor He NM TMGke 384 48 W jwYtxaooriotu- s11 un M r mm n mu m nit+ ti f+ftHJ t3 ro8 l- A nn BACON SONS Our MayMuslin Underwear Sale This sale of ours Is by far the most Interesting ol any previous underwear sales and embraced In this Immense assortment are thousands ol Readymade Garments offered cheaper than the cost et the naked mater- ialsDRAWERSMUSLIN GOWNS AND MUSLIN I I 3gcs1eevesi C 6UeryaadMuslin Gowns good quality tucked and hem CflL stitched OU Yoke trimmed Muslin Gowns for ladies at the CrtC special price OU- Low and short sleeve Nainsook Gowns Val 7KC lace trimmed ii Cambric Gowns yoke of torchon lace and hemstitched 75CourI IlUllPine Muslin Chemises trimmed with two rows neck and armholes edged with CflC 11 value at J U IILadlesquality priceLUof Muslin Chemises made plain OCC Good Muslin Chemises trimmed with Torchon OQC i lace special at HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- New5 Notes Syracuse Hibernians are arranging for a union picnic next month Philadelphia will be represented by sixteen delegates at the national con ventionThe order has 450 members in Manchester N H comprising about one fourth of that of the whole State Division 1 of Milwaukee had a class of fifty to Initiate Monday night The order is enjoying a steady growth in WisconsinPatrick J bit Nulty and Major Edward McCystal wilt be the delegates of the New York County Board to the national conventionDivision 2 of Galveston which is get ting along nicely and has a degree team in good working order initiated six new members recently Fifteen divisions marched in the parade that welcomed Right Rev William Stang recently ordained Bishop of Pall River Mass when he took possession Of his new See Division 1 meets Tuesday night and all members are urged to attend They will hear much that will interest them relating to both the union picnic and the national convention The candidacy of National President Dolan was urged at the quarterly meeting of the County Board held recently in Syracuse and that deserving gentleman wAs indorsed for a second term State President Breunan and the New Jersey State degree team accepted the invitation of County President McNulty and will exemplify the four degrees at an initiation tomorrow in New York City Division 4 has arranged for the enter tainment of all the Hibernians of the Falls Cities next Wednesday night A large class of new members will be en rolled and a special programme has been arranged by the Literary Committee Boston Hibernians will hold their county convention May 29 when dele gates to the nationalconvention will be chosen The election will be hotly con tested as there are many candidates for the honor of representing the Hub this yearThe Hibernians of Dunkirk have united in an effort to have eliminated the insults offered the Irish race by such publications as Life and Judge Only by such method can publishers be made to understand that the Irish will not tolerate any indecency offered to the fair name of their race and country LOOK FOR A BIO CROWD Satolli held a short session Monday evening as also did Trinity Council The only business transacted related to the coming outings and excursions the committees having them in charge reporting everything moving along satisfactorily with every Indication pointing to success Mackin Council met at the club house Tuesday night the attendance being good though there was no business of importance Charles Raid stated that members had gone earnestly to work to bring out a big crowd lor the outing at Fern Grove which takes place next month The work of excavation for the new building is well under way and the members will eagerly watch its erection As yet no temporary meeting place has been decided on as it will not be neces sary to move for several weeks The members present were glad to again have President Shelley with them though fie had not fully recovered from his recent illness GERMAN NAVY BAND COMING By special permission of his Majesty Emperor Wllbelm II the above famed band will appear at the Worlds Fair Meantime a limited number of American cities have opportunity to bear the first naval band of Germany in grand concert Herr Louis Kindermanu directing It will appear here at the Jockey CUb Park for a week beginning Monday jellThis crack band of the Gen empire COWM to America OIt Military leave of baeeloerbut is under fits military ailMin 0 f1 Igcwith5 Ladies Cambric Drawers withI hemstitched C ruffle 25 fiDCandr ruffle Fine CambricI Drawers trimmed with hemstitched 50C 7fiCand7fiCrow ficbf Fine Muslin Chemises with embroidered yoke 6UC neck and armholes edged with embroidery UCChemisesD t0eIRISH S8OCIETYDIRECTORY A O IiD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanViceDoughertyRecording nan Jr- Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank atree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentsCon J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Mel ranFinancial SecretaryJohn T Kenney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keimn- DIVISIONS Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month QuinnViceRecording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretarv William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatAruis Pat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President Jottn Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reiily TreasurerJohn P Helton DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLB Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County President John Kenney County Vice President J B Murphy PresidentRobert Gleason Vice President Daniel Gill Recording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial SecretaryThos OHern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelAlphonse Constantine SergeantatArms Michael Noon Y 11 I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street ShelleyFirst P Shaegh newsy Second Vice President Fred Herp Recording Secretary +Frank Adams Financial Secretary Dan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- Corresponding Secretary Frank P BurkeTreasurerPrank MnrphyMarshal Inside SentinelFrank Lanahan Outside Sentinel John Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street CooneyFirstSecond Vice PresidentJoseph F Belt Recording Secretary Emit E Mouth Corresponding SecretaryArthur C LauerFinancial Secretary Robert G Goe belTreasurerWilliam N Gut Marshal M F Morris Inside SentinelJacob Ffalzer Outside Sentinel M P Ziegler stration of the German AVar Department Each man must report to a German Consul every thirty days under penalty and leave of absence is extended from time to time Should Germany become Involved in war the band would be recalled instantly Every member is required to wear invariably the uniform of the Ger man navy Herr Kindermann possesses a repertoire of more than 1300 standard compositions Although only recently landed the band has appeared triumph aptly in a number of the largest cities and scored success ia every instance- JEPFRSONVILLE The St AufMtiaes Aid Society of effersouvilh at its meeting this week i ccepted the resignation of its former popular President John Kennedy Michael Coy who WM unanimously elected to the vacancy will make a- cap8b1e and sere executive He Iiae- beea MMtiM with the society front its formation speedis Whiling IwL win iw todayIJ IRELAND Record of the flost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Gaelic League is surely progress ing It has brought down the British Parliament The latest is that this body had to stock a font of Irish type to print in their Parliamentary papers the Irish cor respondence of a Munster Justice of the Peace who has been suspended for persisting in signing his name in Irish only to legal documents In St Marys church at Duncrana the Most Rev Dr ODonnell preached an extremely able and eloquent sermon in which be said there was no way of stopping emigration except by devel oping the resources of the country mak ing life attractive for the people at home and spreading information in regard to the fate of those who went abroad not calling bad good or darkness light but giving a fair picture of sad failure as well as honorable success The obstinate and antlIrishIlIrisb National Board of Education has just after stubborn resistance issued a bilin- guall program instruction for the use of schools in all Irishspeaking and in aU bilingual districts This is a great vic tory for the league But the leaguers will not rest upon their laurels They continue the fight till such a program iis provided for all the National schools in the country The next generation of our people will be bilingual throughout Another important conference of town tenants was held in Dublin at the head quarters of the Irish Town Tenants As sociation Delegates were present from branches of the association in all parts of the country and correspondence from towns in which branches have been established was considered Prom the reports received it is evident that the organization has taken firm hold in the country against those who suffer in con sequence of the inequitable conditions of tenure existing Encouraging accessions of membership arc recorded Martin Doyle of Nunery County Car low was lately visited by J D Bell of the Irish Land Commission with a view of inspecting the old homestead of the family at Ballyoo from which he was evicted in April 1896 Bell went over the farm and made a careful examination of the condition of the land The Estates Commissioners proposed to make an offer to Mr Cogan the present occupier for his interest in the farm and if the offered terms be acceptable Doyle will be forth with reinstated Cogan resides in Dublin and it is generally presumed that he will surrender the farm to Doyle but if this presumption be incorrect the evicted ten ant will be reinstated in another holden of equivalent value In various parts of the country on Sun day new churches were solemnly dedi cated to divine worship and others reopened after renovation and extensive improvements rendered necessary by in adequacy to meet the requirements of the people attending them The new Church of St Joseph at Terenure was dedicated by his Grace the Archbishop of Dublin the new Church of St Mary at Gortlet tera County Lcitrim was dedicated by Most Rev Dr Hoare Bishop of Ardagh and Clonmacnoise the new Church of St Joseph at Limerick was formally opened by the Most Rev Dr ODwyer and at Duncrana County Donegal the Most Rev Dr ODonnelf BIshhp of Raphoe delivered au eloquent discourse in St Marys church in aid Of the extension and improvement of the ecclesiastical schools and buildings of the parish J HANDSOME QUARTERS Jacob Goby Ue well known and popular restauranteur who has done a sue ewful business on Main street for many years has moved into new and handsome quarters one door east of his old stand and nearer Second street The dining room k not surpassed by any in the city and the many friends of the genial proprietor will be pleasantly surprised when they again visit him Deg experience sad courteous attention have made Mr Gobys place a favorite resort for the- raeeehNts sad bgslsees MM U that t V1elnity i KS4 Your Spring CarpetI Should be chosen from our lines because we have t t The Largest Stock Always Reliable Qualities and Lowest Prices HUBBUCH BROS 524 526 and 528 West Market Street IJ a Established March 111 1868 PHONE 893 IIncorporated Feb 4 1891 BLATZ KREBS STONE CO Proprietor of Falls City Stone and Marble Works DEALERS IN a Onyx and Marble Altars9 And Communion Rails Mosaic and Tile of Every Kind for Interior Finish Office and Mills 13181328 Walnut Street St me Ghas n Rogers BOOK GO I PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIESF- OR Qs FIRST HOLY COMMUNION Give us a call SfinestBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 3bO3 W Jefferson Street IlInI 11H 1 1 1 HH H1 I 1111 I I I +lH I 1 +11 H H lu1 +I 3HIHIHI I I A CUSCADENSHave Wagons and 25 Push Wagons selling our famous Brick Ice CreamTHE REAL rOE CREAM PEOPLE 416 AND 417 SECOND STREET111111 I I 1 I 1HnI I33IIIII141iIiIIi4t1I I 1 1 1 H dII MILITARY BAND AND ORCHESTRA MORBACH Conductor Music Furnished For All Occasions OFFICE AND RESIDENCE 320 West BrecUinridge Street H tttt 41+ ++fi + F1f++ FN Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funerall Director and Bmbalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 700 WEST WALNUT STREET 1 1 TELEPHONE 810 1tt H tt tt tt nno S w Inn ivl BANNON BANNON WOLTRINO BANNON President VlcePres GenI Mgr Secretary Treasurer FFl Bam cworjj Salt Glazed Sewer and Calvert Pipe- BannoasPateat Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick Fire Proofing Flee Pipe Flue Lining lire Brick Grate and Molter Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBIEPHONBS73 WORKS 13th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and roth TfJLEPHONB 2833 u ueeuu uuuAtlle r uI STATIONeRSPRJjTLq BIKDERsBOOKSELLERS J ItI- I i Morbachs i iI E r I r I i 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