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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN VOLUME XIIINO 12 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY SEPTE1IBER 17 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTS NOT YET Will the Sisters of Lorotto Leave Their Old Kentucky Home News That They Were Going to Move West Caused Uneasiness A Great Order Founded Hero T 1reeQunr ors of a Con tury Ago THE WESTERN WATCHMAN MISTAKEN When Father Phelans Western Watch man arrived with the news that the Sis ters of Loretto had decided to leave Ken tucky It caused a feeling of uneasiness to prevail in many quarters and especially among those who had been educated and prepared for lifes battle by the holy women who comprise that great teaching order The Kentucky Irish American at once undertook an investigation and it soon learned that no action had been taken that would warrant the statement that the mother house would be moved to St Louis True the matter bad been discussed but there it was dropped The Sisters of Loretto do not want to leave Kentucky which they regard the cradle of their order Father John Riley who was called from Nerinx has reo turned and is now filling the post of Chaplain The articja la the Wester Watchman which ontains much that illI true Is as follows- It seems the Sisters of Lorettorecently I raised to the dignity of an order in the church have decided to move their mother house from Nerinx Ky to this city This means the transfer of 120 religious including the officials of the order and the novices from the place that has been the cradle of the institution for nearly three fourtha of a century to the city of St Louis the Rome of the West The Sisters of Loretto number a little over 600 religious scatteredover many States in the West and South and successfully engaged in the work of parochial and academic education The cause of this exodus of the governing e body of the order from Kentucky Js anC unfortunate ndllong standing disagree ment with the Bishop We know nothing of the merits of the controversy beyond what Cardinal galolli stated in the hallC in which his Eminence was banqueted InC this city that in all the disputes between the Sisters and the Bishop that had been sent to Rome for the past three years the former were invariably sustained We published some time ago that the proper authorities at Rome have approved otC the Institute of the Sisters of Leretto andC they henceforward would be a selfgovC erning body with their own Superior I General and their own constitution apeJJ proved experimentnm It seems Bishop took umbrage at this action ofI the Sisters of Loretto since their organ izatlon was considered an institution ofI the diocese of Louisville and to emphaII size his disapproval he recalled their Chaplain forbade the reservation of the blessed sacrament in their chapel denied I them mass even on Sundays and actually placed the mother house and all in it under an interdict This condition of affairs of course is intolerable and calls for immediate remedy Failing to findI such remedy in Kentucky the Sisters have concluded to pack up and remove their religious penates to the banks of the Mississippi Much as we love the Sisters of Loretto and gladly as we would welcome their seat of government here we deplore the necessity that compels them to move from the hallowed J home that has sheltered them from their infancy and the saintly spot which holdsII the ashes of their holy founder and of soJJ many hundreds of their beloved sisterhood The order is a child of Kentucky where for fifty years all its members were recruited No man should be allowed to step in between mother and child SATOLLI COUNCIL I Now Occupies Handsome New Quarters In the Wellsjj Building I J The first meeting of Satolli Council held in the new club rooms in the Wells building took place Monday night with a very creditable attendance President Crotty presided and while no new bust ness of any great importance was pre sented the meeting was an extremely interesting one Among those present were John Fahey just convalescing fromI an attack of typhoid fever Attorney Jerry Kavanaugb and Edward And whoI has again joined the ranks after being on the sick list for some time The members complimented the Ways and Means Committee on their new quarters the selection having been made by Messrs Will OConnor and Harry Colgan President Crotty came in for praise on his arrangement of the furni ture On the quiet it might be added that Pa Crotty knows enough about Housekeeping to make some girl happy Artist Colgans arrangement oftbe pictures combined with the color scheme k so tasty as to draw forth Y rord of praise from those noted Preach students Will McNally and John Coady The quarters comprise three rooms the largest an octagon shaped one being the parlor in which will be found the leather furniture that served to make Satolli famous as well as the handsome gold framed mirror that called forth many eager bidders when it was first announced that Satolli would move On the tables will be found the latest periodicals the Kentucky Irish American holding a prominent position The second room is used for the meet- Ing room as well as billiard room and is also very nicely furnished Tbe paper is a deep red against which the pictures of Cardinal Satolli and the late Arthur Bell show up splendidly Another large hanging mirror and a famous battle scene from the FrancoPrussian war series occupy prominent positions The parlor and meeting room are so con nected that fifty members can easily be accommodated at a meeting The third and smallest is used for a game room exclusively and Artist Col gan states that there was no reflection intended when he selected blue paper for this room The leather furniture is certainly comfortable enough to make this room popular and all in all the snugness of the quarters will appeal to the members On Monday September 26 Satolli Council will have tbe drawing for the jhandsome Baldwin piano It was decided to have the drawing in the new club rooms thus giving their friends a good opportunity to see them The piano is now on exhibition at Baldwins The Satolli Glee Club has issued invita tions toa dance at Fountain Ferry on Thursday night September 22 this being the first of a series which the club will give this winter The matter is principally in charge of a committee of ladies of wjioni AIlss Blanche MatJingly Chairmen and it goes without saying that those attending will have a jolly time per JESUIT FATHERS Will Conduct a Two Weeks Mission at St Charles Church The people of St Charles parish and his friends throughout the city were rejoiced last Sunday when Rev Father Charles P Raffo announced that he had secured the distinguished and eloquent Jesuit fathers Rev J Reinhardt Ross winkel end Rev John J Donoher to conduct a two weeks mission at his chnrclaatTwentysventhjanctOhestnut streets Tomorrow morning the mission will open at the high mass at 1030 oclock and will close on Rosary Sunday October 2 The first week of the mission will be for the women and the second for the men During the week the order of services will be as follows Masses and short sermons each morning- at 6 and 8 oclock Stations of the Cross every afternoon at 3 oclock and at 730 oclock in tbe evening sermon and bene dictionFathers Rosswinkel and Douoher are two of the most noted preachers in the Jesuit order who possess the faculty of making their sermons understood by all who hear them They will no donbt attract large numbers and accomplish much good while here Father Raffo who is a quiet but untiring worker deserves to be congratulated in advance for the success of his efforts in behalf of his people NOBLE LIFE jLed By James Hartnett Who Died Early Wednesday Morning In the death of James Hartnett which occurred Wednesday morning St Louis Bertrands church lost a pious and de voted member and the family a faithful and loving father Mr Hartnett was born in the County Kerry Ireland and came to this country in 18G2 locating in Louisville but several years afterward moving to Shelbyville In 1890 Mr Hartnett and family returned to this city where they have resided ever since He was employed in the city construction department being an expert paver but on account of old age and illhealth has not been able to work for the past year The deceased was a faithful member of the Holy Name Society and was a regular attendant at all the church services be sides being honest and charitable in all his dealings with his fellowman Mr Hartnett leaves two sons Daniel and Michael and four daughters Mrs John Welsh Mrs George Motsehman Mrs John McKlernan and nS8 Mary besides several grandchildren The funeral took place from the family residence 722 Old ham street yesterday morning at 845 oclock and from St Louis Bertrands church at 9 oclock where a requiem high mass tor the repose of his soul was offered up by Rev Father Lawler who also delivered a short sermon paying many touching tributes to the noble life of the deceased A large crowd of friends followed the funeral to St Louis ceme tery where the interment took place May his soul rest in peace PLENTY OF WALKING Dr A R BIzot returned Thursday morning from a weeks visit to the Worlds Fair The doctor says he was very much impressed with the exhibits and also reporta that he Is open for a walking contest as his pedertrlaa abili tsetwhileweirSthe n COV1GTON Ready For the State Convention- of the Ancient Order of Hibernians This Years Gathering Will Do the Largest For Many Years A Special Car For the Dele gates Who Go From Louisville DOINGS OF THE LOCAL DIVISIONS Beginning tomorrow the beautiful and enterprising city of Covington will enter tain the biennial State convention of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and the tomI t J PATRICK WELSH Delegate and Secretary Jefferson County Board Ladies Auxiliary of Kentucky The first session will be held Monday morning in Elks Hall and many expect this con vention to last until Tuesday evening Though the Covington Hibernians had not given out their programme when this wsiwrtttentba Keqt ckyIrishAm can has learned that the various commit tees have been working hard in the necessary preparations and it is a safe prediction that good care will be taken of both delegates and the alternates and visitors who will be in attendance Covington is the cradle of the order in Kentucky It was there that the first division in this State was organized more than thirty years ago Men from that city came to Louisville and planted the seed from which sprung the four splen did divisions and ladies auxiliary that are now stronger than ever before And at the present writing the Covington division is as strong and influential as ever in its history It has been ably represented in State and national con ventions by Judge Michael T Shine who reflected great credit on the Kentucky State Bpard This years convention will doubtless be the largest held for many years and never before was more interest man fiested by those who are so fortunate as to be delegates Louisville alone will be represented by a delegation of about fifty and it is almost certain that Paris Ashland and other cities will be equally well represented Tuesday evening a meeting of the Louisville delegates was held at Hiber nian Hall Patrick T Sullivan presided and stated that the purpose of the meet ing was to arrange for the trip to Cov ington State President Keenan read a letter from County Secretary Hunt saying the sessions of the convention would be held in Elks Hall and asking to know the number of delegates and visiting Hi bernians that would be there It was also stated that the convention would open with a high mass at the Cathedral and that Right Rev Bishop Macs would either preach the sermon or address the conventionMessrs John Mulloy and George But ler who were appointed special committee to arrange for transportation visited the officers of the Louisville Nashville railroad who kindly placed a separate coach at their disposal The train bearing the delegates will leave the Tenthstreet depot at 8 oclock Sunday morning and will be met upon its arrival in Cincinnati by Michael Cassion and a committee from the Covington division and escorted to the Denison House which will be headquarters for the Louisville contingent Messrs Butler and Mulloy have secured tickets for delegates and visitors good for three days and they may be bad from them this evening at their stores or at the depot tomorrow morning Only those who secure tickets from them will be entitled to the special rate granted by the L N The present State officers have not been idle during the past years Their reports will show the Ancient Order to be in a flourishing condition in Ken tacky with bright prospects for s num berof new division in the near future Thomas Keenan has made an excellent StatePreeidelltaitdit was largely through his efforts that divisions were organised at Ashland and Paris and the preliminary work for eUtN tarttd at Lexington Maysville and other places In fact the entire State Board has left nothing nndone that would I advance the interests of the prder and each and every member has had p share In the goodwork State Secretary McGinn will be the only officer unable to attend and his place will be acceptably filled by William J Connelly of Division 4 who was appointed at a meeting of the State officers Thus far few changes ibr amendments of the present laws have been suggested which will greatly shorten the business of the convention The important busi ItheI of officers as jvith this meet ing Of course there will be plenty of candidates when the times arrives bnt as yet none have announced themselves As the delegates are alt men of recog nixed ability and standing there need be little fear but that good men will be chosen to guide the sblpibf the Ancient Order of Hibernians the oldest and greatest of all Catholic fraternal societies I The meeting of Division 1 was made pleasant Tuesday night by the presence ofa majority of the members of the State and County Boards The visitors were welcomed by President Mike Tynan who was gratified with the large attend ance of members Quitela large sum of money was appropriated for benefits for members who are sickJ The Visiting Committee reported Messrs John Dolan Dan Sullivan and John ullivan as on the road to Walsh the attorney were again at recoveryfhomas several weeks j OfI A walfrecelved from County President Patrick ullivan notify ing the division of thelcalling of the county convention and tasking for an expression upon the question of adopting a uniform initiation fee j Division 1 has always championed the same fee for all divisions and so nistrnct dlKrDelegates to the State convention Upon the election of alternate to the motionI convention was deferred to meeting An invitation was received from Division 3 to attend its big iiitia tlon and social session net Thursday night which was accepted The new constitution adopted at St Louis was presented by Mate President Keenan and all the divisions will hereafter be governed by Jtsjprovisions the most important of which relate to the admission of new members and the sick and death benefits i Division 4met Wednesday night and much enthusiasm prevailed when the arrangements fur thecSate convention wertLinade known Tneaapplicatipns of Mike Costello Joseph Hennessy Joseph Lenihan Richard Hardeman and Joseph OBnen were received and because of the large class awaiting the degrees it was decided to hold another big initia tion on September 28 James Langan and Joseph Monroe were reported on the sick list All were glad to learn of the recovery of Mike Ward and Jerry OKeefe two of the staunchest members of the division Charles Callahan was elected a delegate and County President Sullivan announced thq annual county convention for Sun day October 2 Other visitors made remarks among them the State President and State Treasurer A pleasant feature of the meeting transpired just before the adjournment State Treasurer George Butler and Officer Tom Brown lured President John Hennessy into the anteroom and during their absence his friends voted him a nice sum in addition to that appropriated for expenses to the State convention This was done to show in a measure how the members of Division 4 appreciate his faithful services A special to the Kentucky Irish American from County Secretary James Hunt says the delegates will go in a body to St Patricks church where high mass will be celebrated by Rev Father Cole man County Chaplain of the order A luncheon will be served in the conven tion ball about noon and a banquet will be given at night In honor of the visiting delegates MEETS THIS MONTH Bishop Maes Will Preside Over Sessions of euchar- Istic League New York dispatches say plans have been completed for the third Congress of the Eucharistic League which will be held there in the Cathedral College Hall on September 27 28 and 29 Immediately after the date of the congress was set Pope Plux X appointed as President the Right Rev Camillus Maes Bishop of Covington who is protector of the league in America There are 4200 members of the league throughout the United States and it is expected a large majority of these wilt be there to take part in the proceedings r FRUITFUL NORMANDY A traveler in France writes Nor- Mandy is sweet clean green and prosperous Its iris crowned thatches are the most beautiful its posy gardec the most sedulously nurtured and its farm yards the moat enchanting in all France Its cows are sleek and good milkers its horse world fa mo lie and its blonde women those seasoned by field labor always iphinxlike and often fair1 It Is attractive sensuously speaking at every season and the Normaaa with all their droll fears of their pop etbeokarc pat I bad JpaRYllltheI 1 n e t 0- ce r CORBIN I Has An Excellent School and a Devoted Catholic Con gregation Good Work of Father Ambrose O S Bt and Miss ItelsH Ills Teacher Hopes Entertained to Become Center of Big Catholic Population BRIGHT OUTLOOK FOR THE FUTURE r There is no more devoted Catholic congregation in Kentucky than that of Cor bin and it is particularly noted for its fine school The Sacred Heart church at MISS VIRGINIA REISS Popular Louisville Girl Teaching in Cor bin Catholic School Corbin is presided over by the Rev P Ambrose O S B who is also the principal of the school and is ably assisted by Miss Virginia E Relss a graduate of the Louisville Girls High School Miss Reiss is delighted with her work and gives entire satisfac tion to the patrons of the school The Sacred Heart church was built only five years ago by Rev Father Giles O S B and two years ago the present pastor Father Ambrose also of the Benedictine order succeeded him The congregation is small there being only twelve Catholic families but they are all faithful and de voted There are about fortyfive pupils in the school fully twothirds of them being nonCatholics The population of Corbin is about 300 but it is increasing on account of the building of railroad shops necessitated by reason of the ex tension of the Louisville Nashvilles new branchthe Lafollette Knoxville Atlantaand more Catholic families are expected to locate there The town has good railroad connections with Louisville The present Trustees of the Sacred Heart church are Dr J H Parker Joseph Doody John Eirk John Langan and W Surran There is an Altar Society which has done much for the church and the school the main workers being Mrs Dr Parker Mrs Doody Mrs Wetherall and Mrs Surran All the members of the congregation are devoted to their pastor Father Ambrose who is an untir ing worker and all are well pleased with the fine work of their teacher Miss Reiss who is an accomplished educator and has a faculty of imparting information to the young Miss Reiss is a sister of Mr Edward J Reiss of the city Sinking Fund office in Louisville The people of Corbin entertain hopes that many home seekers will locate there and that it will not be long until their enterprising little town becomes the cen ter of a large and prosperous Catholic population SIXTEENTH CENTURY MANNER In an old book published in the sixteenth century and entitled ioThe Accom plished Ladys Rich Closet or Ingenious Gentlewomans Delightful Companion it is written A gentlewoman being at table must observe to keep her body straight and lean not by any means with her elbows nor by ravenous gesture discover avo melon appetite Talk not when you have meat in your mouth and do not smack like a pig nor venture to eat spoon meat so hot that the tears stand in your eyes which is as unseemly as the gentle woman who pretended to have as little a stomach as the had a mouth and there fore would not swallow her peas by spoonful but took them one by one and cut them in two before she wouldeat them It is very unseemly to drink so large a draft that your breath fsalmost gone and you are forced to blow strongly to recover yourself In carving at your own table distribute the best pieces first and it will appear very comely and decent to use a fork so touch no piece of meat without ItIt SUCCESSFULLY LAUNCHED In one of the handsomest new theaters In the South as West and one of the largest playhouses in the entire country Cot J D Hopkins this week lanaeh atU ees =i of high claMl vaudeville is ToutsI u ville Old Music Hall on Market street near Second has been converted Into n beautiful amusement resort and all week long the public has been showing its appreciation of the fact by liberal patron a eIIDuilt for safety and comfort is the description of the new house and it fills the requirement to the letter There is probably not a safer public building in the world The weeks bill has been one worthy of the opening of the season An equally attractive programme has been arranged for the week commencing Sun day matinee and two performances daily will be the feature of the entire season At the head of next weeks bill Is the famous Papinta She is the most famous dancer in the country and returns to Louisville with new dances and new cos tumes George Wilson the original Waltz Me Again man will be here There will be Gallatti and his wondrously funny monkeys the Rappo sisters Rus sian dancers for the first time Brown Harris and Brown comedians and dan cers Miugonette Kokin vocalist and dancer A P Rowtow the European equilibrist and Libby and Trayer character duetlsts KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Will Celebrate Their Day at Worlds FaIr on Octo ber 12 Frank G Cunningham Traveling Pas senger Agent for the Louisville Hender son St Louis railroad and a prominent Knight of Columbus of St Louis came over last Sunday to look after the com fort of the Catholic Knights who were going over his road to visit the Worlds Fair When seen by the Kentucky Irish American reporter he said arrangements have been practically completed for a monster celebration by the Knights of Columbus on Columbus day at the Worlds Fair on Wednesday October 12 This date is to be known also as Italian day ftSd Discovery day but the main features wiTh q the exercises to be car ried on by the KnIglH9pf Columbus- In the forenoon the Knights will be addressed by his Grace Afcllbl5shop- Glennon Supreme Grand Knight Hearts of Connecticut State Deputy Scott of California and State Deputy Leahy of Missouriwill also speak and Prof Becker of St Louis will give a recital pn the grand organ After dinner there will be athletic exercises including a match game of base ball between picked teams of St Louis and Chicago Athletes from all over the country will be brought together to patlkipate1tf t1ceigmes which comprise all contests known to modrrn athletics At night a grand car nival will take place on the Lagoon The three vessels Santa Maria Infanta and Pizon will lead the grand procession and be manned by sailors costumed after the crew of Columbus On October 11 there is to be a third degree conferred on oa large class of candidates The meeting of the Supreme Council will be held there and the fourth degree will most likely be con ferred on October 13 The entire week will be complete with attractions and the attendance is expected to be heavy from all over the country The Exposi tion Company is to expendseveral thousand dollars advertising this affair Louisville Council has appointed a com mittee to arrange for the attendance of its members who will attend in large numbers RECEPTION Given Father Fowler During Ills Visit by Oldham Club Rev Father J D Fowler former prior of the Dominican church spent a few days here last week to see old friends leaving Sunday evening for a trip to the Worlds Fair After seeing the fair Father Fowler will go to Minneapolis where he was elected prior for a term of three years During his stay here Father Fowler was given a surprise reception by the Oldham Club who were Father Fow- lers able assistants in all his undertak ings during his term as prior here A supper was served at Wagners Hall with the following in attendance Rev Father Fowler John H Hennessy Jos Morthorst William P McDonogh M J Walsh J F Wagner W J Connelly John J Barry D J Meagher John J Score Edward Wagner John Burke Thomas Lynch Harry Brady Mike jklc Dermott and Pat Kilkenny Father Fowler made a short address paying a tribute to the club members for their assistance in the past and said no matter where he was located there would always be a warm spot in his heart for the Dominican parr M J Walsh responded on behalf of the club and pre sented Father Fowler with a financial present from the club for his Worlds Fair expenses as a slight token of their esteem It was voted the unanimous sentiment of the club that they hoped to have him in their midst at some future time LECTURE SERIES OPENED The Louisville Council of the Knights of Columbus opened its fall lecture series with the first meeting this month Here tofore these lectures have been very inter esting and instructive and attracted large numbers to the lodge room in the Elks Hall The subject for next Wednesday nights1 lecture will be Phases of Tern followbigI t FUR 100 YEARS Sire Margaret Carroll Led an Edifying and Active Life Funeral and Burial at Powee Valley Last Sunday Morning The Rev Father Boos Pays a High Tribute to Her Worth IS MOURNED BY MANY RELATIVES Mrs Margaret Carroll aged 100 years was buried in the little church yard of the Catholic church at Pewee Valley Sunday morning after appropriate serv ices by the pastor of that church the Rev E W Boes who preached from the text Be ye faithful until the end and I will give to thee the crown of everlasting- life II A large concourse of mourners attended the funeral of Mrs Carroll who was the oldest inhabitant of Jefferson county at the time of her death Father Boes also celebrated a mass of requiem for the repose of the soul of deceased on Monday morning at the Pewee Valley Catholic church Mrs Carroll was indeed a remarkable woman Born in the County Tipperary t in the town of Templemore Ireland in 1804 she came with her husband Martin Carroll in 1844 to Smiths Station Jefferson 11 county now known as PeweetValley and she lived there for fortyfour years Sixteen years ago her husband died and she moved to Louisville to be with her children When she died she was in full possession of her mental fatal ties and her last words were prayers for the repose of her soul Her death oc curred at the home of her daughter Mrs Ellen Tierney Twentyfifth and St Xavier streets The remains were after Wa72renioved to the old homestead in pewee yalley where the body was laid by the side her husband Father Boes in his sermon at the funeral onSunu y paid a high tribute to the deceased and calling attention to her beautiful and edtfyS life again quoted the words of the Maste Where fore be ye also ready becanstratlffiltt hour you know not the Son of Man will comeMrs Carrolls life was blameless and edifying to the end She is survived b Yvtwentyfour direct descendants seven o whom are greatgrandchildreu and all of whom live in Louisville With one or two exceptions the entire family was at the home of Mrs Tierney when death came Mrs Carroll had not been ill bnt was plainly falling and the descendants had Been called together in anticipation of the end Her husband Martin Carroll was a nurseryman and was a prominent citizen of Oldham county for many years His place was known as Rollington and his neighbors were W N Haldeman W D Gallagher WM Walker and Noble Butler When he died sixteen years ago Mrs Carroll came to Louisville and made her home with her daughter Mrs Carroll was in good health up to a week before her death and in fact during her whole life had been ill but a few days She read a Beat deal but never used spectaclesThe are divided into two I divisions the children and grandchildren of Mrs Tierney and those of Mrs Fred erick On the Tierney side the grand children are Mrs Johanna Motsch Mrs Anna J Eisenminger Mrs Maggie Pet lean Mrs Sallie Canuingbnrg Misses Hattie Tierney Emma A Tierney Mary Tierney Katie E Tierney and Rachel May Tierney The greatgrandchildren are Mary Patsy and Frank Motsch and Theresa Canningburg The grandchildren on the Frederick side are Mrs Lizzie Ballas Miss Katie Frederick George A Frederick Joseph M Frederick and M D Frederick The greatgrandchildren areWalter and Frank Ballas and Eddie son of M D Frederick This death and that of Mr John J Hargadotr several weeks ago removes two true types of the Irish race The latter was for many years a resident of the Hast End and was active in all that pertained to Irish and Catholic affairs The death of such men and women through old in years is a distinct Iloss to the community WOOLEN MILLS Charles F Murphy Likes Louisville as a Place or Investment Mr Charles F Murphy of Boston Mass who is at the Galt House for a few days is at the head of the Hope Worsted Woolen Mills The Hope Woolen Mills is located at Kentucky and Logan streets and is one of the largest manufactories of the kind in the South Mr Murphy says he is delightedwith this location He employs about 400 persons al present but soon will be in position to employ at least GOO moreisMr Murphy is rather partial to Louis ville on account of Its low taxation and promise to bring additional capital here Such men are always welcome here 4fl Il u 1n rr r IT Ie tONTUOKY JRI8H A RIdAN 0 0 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish AmcrlaaHs KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY ae Entered at the Louisville Postottlce as SecondClass Metter- 4ddt6u alt CoTioionlsiWonilothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street TflADES UNION LABEL COUNCIL II LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17 I94 SAVE YOUR PENNIES NOW The United States has for the past several years enjoyed a season of unprecedented prosperity Work ingmenas a rule have had steady employment at fair wages and as a result of this apparent prosperity have spent their money freely The prosperity which the country has enjoyed has been resultant from the force of circumstances and not through any legislation which the party in power has enacted for the Federal statutes are practically the same now as they were under Democratic administrations Times of depression in busines occur in every decade and the time for the depression has now nearly arrived if it is not already here The Kentucky Irish American iis not an alarmist but it would call the attention of its readers to the fact that all the great corporation are curtailing their expenses Rail roads are cutting down their shop forces coal operators and stee manufacturers are decreasing their outputs etc It is therefore high time for the wage earner to have care ia and to do likewise in the mat ter of his personal expenditures He should cut down his persona expenses until times improve There is not likely to be any greatgatffi or disastrous financial crisjjgjbut iit looks like there is tto e a curtail ment in the meat re of prosperity which has Obtained for some year past Novas the time to prepare for i times by reducing personal expendituresIn of advertising this is the time for merchants to call at tention to low prices While it ii is the rule that people buy on a rising market it is also true that those who have money may be and are often induced to purchase whet prices are low There is no proba bility or hardly a possibility that the United States will suffer long from busineps depression but it is well to cut down expenses every now and then STRONG WORDS At the dedication of a schoo t building in his diocese recently Bishop McQuaid spoke thus on the attitude of the Catholic church ot the school question and mentioned several important facts not generally known The Catholic church stands for two great principles The first is the education and enlightenment of her children Secondly she demands that religious and secular education go together just as the soul and body go together When the soul leaves the body the body crumbles to dust and when religion is taken from the school the school crumbles and fails to impart the education to its pupils They say that theparochial school iis unAmerican but I want to say that up to about 1820 all the schools in America were denominational The Cathd lies Presbyterians MethodistsBap tists and Episcopalians had their schools Each religious denomina tion received a share of the school money For example in New York City on the site where thenew St Patricks Cathedral now stands there was a Catholic school sup= ported by the State and yet this IIcountry was America then as much as it is America today But bigotry began to become rampant about this time and they cast about for a means by which to deprive our schools of what little assistance they were receiving The first thing they did was to take the Bible out of the schools and declare that no money should be paid to any schooll teaching religious tenets This was n n as I have said in 1820 and iit marked the beginning of the publi schools in this country- I am an American My lathe was an Irishman and I have great respect for dear old Ireland Bu what is Ireland France England Germany or Italy along side of America We have the greates country in the world and the true meaning of American principles iis respect for each citizens rights am liberty Years ago my young blood boiled in my veins at the though of such unjust treatment at the hands of these bigots Being an American citizen myself I could not understand how these men coup usurp my rights When I pay my taxes I have sia- right to know where my money goes If it does not go for my in terests I have as much right to pro test as any other citizen Whet my person is taxed my money should go where my rights go Every man or woman who pay taxes has a right to see that thei money goes for their benefit and our share of the school money should go for the benefit of onri schools Our Catholig reould show thisitotfcfeiV Protestant friends For a paper that cares not sa snap of the finger what bite at Frankfort is chosen for the State capitol the Times of this city evinces almost too much interest Our neighbor has been fighting the capitol site question so hard for several months past that almost everybody feels it has some ulterior motive in the selection of a new site And color is lent to this view by the fact that the Times never does anything for nothing you know The capitol building is to be erected at Frankfort and wi say let the people of that city deter mine the site The Times made ia good fight against the present un sightly buildings but now want them retained For what good reaI sonOur esteemed contemporary the Glaubensbote tired of its fightt against the Catholic Knights ofr America has now turned its batter ies upon the Catholic University at Washington publishing the attackI of the enemies of that great educa tional institution Herr Neuhaui surprises nobody by his course His hostility to everything that iisI American and not German is tot well known to need further com ment The University is all right and he was aware of that fact when he gave place in the Glaubensbote to the scurrilous attacks he repro duces in this weeks issue from the Hausfreund The most unpopular and unsatis factory season in the base ball history of Louisville closed Thursday I Thii failure is entirely due to the parsimonious policy and bulldozing tactics of Manager Tebeau who has already left the city Fans and lovers of the gamed nt care if he never comes back The Trustees of our pretty suburb the town of Oakdale have succeeded in ousting Louis Rosen field the fresh young man whom they elected Clerk They shouldl not stop until they get rid of his father also who is in no way qual ified to administer the law or officiate as Judge of any court John Sharp Williams the Democratic leader in the house of Rep resentatives has notified Congress man Sherley that he will come toI Louisville to speak during the first week of October the date to be 6 fixed by latterjs a n The anniversary of the execution and cruel death of Robert Emm occurs next Friday September 23 Englands history contains no more diabolical crime than that perpetrated upon the young Irish martyr 1l+ S i Lsocirvv vtGJ 1 Joseph Kircbdorfer left Saturday ffor Baltimore and Atlantic City Miss Josie Schmuck arrived home tbls week from a pleasant visit to the World Fair Miss Margaret Flaherty tins returne from New York where she spent two weeks J W Murphy of Fittsbnrg s here for a two weeks visit with relatives and friends Miss Alice Hlckey and Patrick Gleaso arrived home the first of the week from New York City Mr Theodore SchuKheis and Miss Josie Marendt are spending two weeks at the Worlds Fair I Mrs J B Ohllgschlnger and children are home from a pleasant visit with friends in Georgia Robert Higgins and bride have reo I turned from their honeymoon trip spent at the Worlds Fair Miss Edylhe Malone who returned last week from the Worlds Fair has left for Virginia to enter college Miss Mayme Murphy arrived horn Sunday after spending two months IIn Canada Buffalo and Pittsburg Leo Scbuhmann of the Anzeiger has been spending a short season in rest and recreation at French Lick Springs Mrs D Hyland Russell left Wednesday to join her husband and spend a short season at French Lick Springs Mrs Edward J McDermott and children are home from Wequetouslng where they have been spending the summer Jirageand Mrs John McCann and thei daughter Miss Ada McCann leave today to spend two weeks at the Worlds Fair Phil OBrien and wife of South Louisville are home from Newport where they attended the Baker Becktold wed ding Misses Elizabeth Murphy and Ague Laven have returned from Shelbyville after a delightful visit with Mrs J JJ OLearyThomas Gorman of Jeffersonville has returned from a most pleasant visit to his daughter Mrs Jessie McKinley at Bor den Ind Mrs John Grady of Covington has been here for several days visiting her mother Mrs Richard Lawton on tbe BoulevardMisses Gertrude and Alice OBrien of Lancaster Ohio were this week the charming guests of Miss Sallie Scally South Louisv- illeN Miss Annie Meagber of 1441 Sevent street has entirely recovered from her recent illness and is now able to receiv her many friends Miss Fanuie Sheehan a pretty visitor from St Joe Mo was this week thi guest of her cousin Mrs Frank Shee han Crescent Hill tMrs John Burke who arrived las Irvingrhome at Lexington Miss Genevieve Hackett Ileft Wednesday to enter the Ursullne Convent in Brown county Ohio where she will complete her education Mrs John Coleman and daughter Miss Margaret who have been spending the summer at New London Conn will not return until October Miss Winnie Hennessy and her uncle John Graves have returned from a pleasant visit to Milwaukee where the former won many new admirers Fred Struck and wife arrived home Thursday from Indianapolis where they spent several days with friends and at tended the Indiana State fair Miss Edith Malone who has beet spending tbe summer vacation at he home in the Highlands will leave shortly to resume her studies in New York Miss Mary Hackett who has been via iting her brother Charles Hackett and other relatives in New Albany has re turned to her home in Indianapolis John Dalton and daughter Mine Kate and Miss Marguerite Van Buskirk are home from St Louis where they spent a month visiting relatives and the fair Mrs Spaulding Coleman and Miss Eliza Coleman who have been spending the summer at the cottage of Mrs Cole mans parents at Wequetonsing have returned home Mrs David Reilly her three children Bertrand Winifred and Evelyn and Miss Maggie Wolfe are visiting in Floyd county Ind as the guests of Mr and Mrs Percy Bareford Mr and Mrs Sam Boardman of Svansville have been visiting here dur Ingthe past week as the guests of Mrs loardtnana parents Mr and Mrs John they of 722 Zane street Mr and Mrs D J Meagher and Laughter Nellie have been visiting St ouis arid the Worlds Fair Mr Meagher rotUed to bring BOBHB of Ida friends mvenirs from the Irfeh yiltage u THE BIG STORE jjHatsjjf III 20III1 1 I Knee=Pants Suits 150 to 51 WHEN FITTING YOUR BOY OUT FOR SCHOOL REMENBERI THE BIG STOREMILTON AI AIARBLESTONE CO iIi ne aMisses Maggie L Ahern and Marl Larkins two popular girls of the East End spent the past week at the Worlds Fair They pronounce the women department of the Irish exhibit one of the most interesting places in the entire fair Andrew Gernlein is expected home today from n two weeks trip to the Worlds Fair While in the Mound City he was the guest of John Tierney former Deputy Sheriff of this county but now doing a successful business on the Old I Manchester road Miss Sarah Maloney of 2075 Preston street and Miss Nellie Maloney of 420 East Ormsby avenue left Thursday iat noon for Baton Rouge La to accept a position with S I Raymond Co of that place and take with them the best wishes of a host of friends Misses Eileen and Carrie Neighbor Ollle Mitchell and Aline sad AtiS PrfcefdrnrecTalqily party that visited the lIar din county i fair at Ellzabetbtown They also attended the fair hop where they I were constantly surrounded by a throng of admirers Mrs Nellie Neighbors cof South Louisville was their chaperone Mrs Wickham the estimable wife of Lieut Steve Wickham of the Louisvill police force underwent a delicate but successful operation at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital last Monday Her numerous friends and relatives will reo joice to learn that she is out of dange and is improving as rapidly as could J e expected Mrs Josie Sheridan and son Kenneth who have been spending six weeks as the guests of Mr William Osborne of Oal dale left Thursday for their home iIn Syracuse N Y During her stay Mn Sheridan made many friends here and receptions were given In her honor by I Mrs William Osborne Mrs James C ONeill and Mrs William M Higgins She was the recipient of much soda attention and returned home with a strong attachment for Louisville The society event of next week will be the dance to be given Friday nightsat Fountain Ferry by the wives and daugli ters of the railroad engineers of Louis ville who comprise Division 239 G I A to Division 78 B L of E Admission will be by Invitation The ball room wl1 present as brilliant a scene as has been witnessed this season and the latest music will be rendered by one of the leading orchestras The arrangement have been in the hands of the younge set who have made great preparation for the event A very pretty but quiet wedding was solemnized early Tuesday morning at St Cecilias church when Miss Emma An driot became the bride of Will Meagher They are among the best known and highly respected young people of the Went End but so carefully had they guarded their secret that they were on their honeymoon trip to St Louis before the news of their marriage became known The couple had long been sweet hearts and this first announcement of their union will be a welcome surprise to their friends Upon their return they will be at home to their friends at 1001 Bank street Quite a pleasant surprise party was tendered Mrs Ralph McDaniels at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs Pete Richards by some of her Louisville friends Among those present were Mesdames J Barnes G Schneider F Hume A Trevis C Waltz G Rush J Kremer C Brown R McDaniel Misses Lula Waltz Mayme Schneider Anna Barnes Nora Wales Rosa Barnes Alma Waltz Lula Schneider Nora Kremer Lula Rush Olive Barnes Anna Richards May Richards Sadie Holver Gertrude Herley Lilian Richards Frances Richard Carrie Schneider Grace Herley and Messrs Dave Jones John Richards Will Barnes Rob Brown Will Schneider Frank Richards Ben Kremer Maurice Richards Adolph Ringenberg Clarence Moore CATHOLIC KNIGHTS IThe regular monthly meeting of the dentral Committee of the Catholic Knights of America was largely attended sixteen branches being represented by delegate The proceedings were enliv ened by several spirited talks and a number of communications were acted upon but the bmtbeM of greatest importance related to the Worlds Fair excursion Sunday nl ht the special carded as beppy pi party as yer west over the Henderson route tho igb the number was not as- argeas ha J been looked for They will a11 be bow t tonight prmWuR the Centrall loramUU for ill good work fJ JOSEPH LENIHAN I Appointed to Vacant Position by County Assessor Ben son HerrI There was great rejoicing among the legion of friends of Joe Lenihan Wednes day when it became known that County Assessor Benson Herr had appointed him to fill the vacancy in the Assessors office caused by the death of Joseph Zanone Never was the Assessors office so wel conducted as under the present incumbent and Assessor Herrs latest appoint ment will if it be possible add to its efficiency and popularity William P Johnson former County Clerk was also appointed to an important post sue ceeding Deputy Baird who resigned Joseph Lenihan graduated with higl honors with the class of 98 at St Xaviers College and since then has belt a responsible position in the genera offices of the L N at Second and Main For a number of years he bas taken an active interest in politics always fighting for the success of the Democratic party Prominent in Cath olio and Irish fraternal and social circles he is a young man of great personal pop ularIty and enjoys a wide acquaintance and it may be safely predicted that he will go still higher He is the son of Patrick Lenlbau an engineer with thi L N for forty years and isbut twenty five years old He will enter upon his duties Monday morning APPRECIATED Kind Words Expressed For the Kentucky Irish American The Kentucky Irish American con stantly receives commendatory letters and complimentary press notices but lack of space has prevented their publi cation Nevertheless they are appreci ated and that our friends may know the opinion held of us we select the follow ing from among those received this week It is from the delegate of Branch 25 Catholic Knights of America to the State Council held at Newport LouisvlWB Sept 10 1004 Willian M Higgins Dear Sir and Brother I must congratulate you on your clean and honest report of the Catholic Knights of America convention held at Newport Ky September 6 A few more paper men like you and our order would be on the top round of the ladder Yours co BRN SPEAKER OPENING AT BACONS Next Tuesday will occur the fall open ingat Bacons an event of unusual interest to the feminine population of Louisville Amidst music and flowers will be exhibited all the latest creations in womens wear and everything new and novel in the dry goods line Our lady readers should not miss this opening which will surpass any yet seen here HIBERNIAN CONVENTION Sunday October has been set as the late for the county convention of the ncient Order of Hibernians of Jefferson aunty President Sullivan has issued a circular letter notifying all divisions and be ladies auxiliary and also asking for an expression 6f opinion from the members on several propositions that will ome before the convention A com rlete set ofofficers will also be elected This will be the largest county meeting leld here for away years u 424 to 434 West I Market Street J JJ 2J RECENT DEATHS The news of the death Wednesday naming of llltle Mary Regina the infant daughter of Meinrod and Josephine Bisig Preston street caused a feeling of profound sorrow among the friends of the bereaved parents Her funeral took place Thursday afternoon from St Martins church The funeral of William Earl Gray who vas drowned in the river Sunday afternoon took place from St James church at Elizabethtown Thursday morning The deceased was the son of William 1 I Gray and the grandson of Mrs Annie Ward of 723 Oldlnni street and was loved by all who knew him for his brigand cheerful disposition Carl F Lorenz died at the residence of his son Frank A Lorenz 1541 Bank slreetr fuesday morning The decease was one of the oldest and most respecte citizens of the West End The funen took place from St Anthonys churc Thursday morning aud was attended by a great many friends The Interment took place in St Louis cemetery Mrs Elizabeth Beaven aged fiftynin years rassed to her eternal reward Tuesday night at her home 2004 West Magazine street after a short illness iof typhoid fever Four children Misses Katie and Ellen and Samuel and John Beaven survive her The funeral took place Thursday morning Rev Patrick Walsh of the Sacred Heart church officiating at the sad service Much sympathy is felt for Charles and Amelia Nold 2101 West Walnut street in the death of their promising little son Charles who was buried from the Cathedral on Tuesday morning The child was burned to death Sunday mornin while his mother was at mass In an attempt to reach a match safe his clothes caught fire from the gas range with the awful result stated The father who did all possible to extinguish the flames was also painfully burned James Kehoe a well known stone cutter and member of St Aloysius congregation died Monday night at his horn 1210 East Breckinridgc street leaving a wife and several children to mourn hh loss For years he had resided in 11 Highlands and was held in high esteem by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances For the bereaved family there II felt the deepest sympathy The funen occurred Wednesday afternoon from St Aloysius church Father OGrady con ducting the solemn funeral service- sFEDERATION Membership Committee Making Circuit of Catholic Societies The Federation of Catholic Societies of Jefferson County has gone to work to bring under its banner every society of Catholics in Louisville At the last meet- Ing of the Federation the Membershi Committee announced that arrangement had been perfected for making a circui of the organizations before tbe first of the year The committee is composed of Messrs Eugene J Cooney Dr F S Clark Michael Reichert and Willlan Hillericb These gentlemen accom pan led by Hon Edward J McDermott visited the Knights of St John and wer given a careful hearing After explain- Ing the purposes of federation and giving assurances that nothing of a politics nature would enter its deliberations St Michaels Commandery decided to affili ate and elected Messrs Wald and Bloc tner delegates The last meeting was attended by Lwentytwo delegates who had encour grog reports to make from all the organ rations now affiliated President James DI Kelly told our representative that here will soon be fifty organizations sending delegates WOMENS RALLY MONDAY The Catholic Womens Club will have a rally Monday night at the clubhouse on Walnut street to which all members and their friends are cordially Invited pecial preparations have been made for this rally and a very pleasant evening Is assured all who attend The club is instantly receiving new members and the outlook for its future seems very right r LIVELY TIMES AHEAD At the meeting of Trinity Council Yt MI I last Monday night tbe application of John Strothman was received The directory Committee reportedtbat the ew book rhea completedreald be a i y u M1 VLEVtS Monday and Tuesday Nights and Tues day Matin- eeVIVIANs PAPAS Friday and Saturday Nights and Satur day Matinee AL FIELDS MINSTRELS HOPKINSMarket Theater built for comfort and safety ji Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Sept 118 TWO SHOWS DAILY THE BEAUTIFUL PAPINTA In her new dances George Wilson minstrel king Galletti and his inpnkeysfRappo Sisters Russian dancers Brown Harris and Brown com edians MIngonetle Kokin dancer A P Trayerduettists BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY SEPT 18 Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday Kentucky Belles The host of Modern Times Ialrodudng the three Lugi Brothers in the smallest large acrobatic act before the public rM ACCIDENT As shown above never happens where DIAMOND WALL PLASTER is used Kentucky Wall Plaster Cot t Incorporated TELEPHONE 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky HENRY AAIJIJ PULS DYER MO CLEANER i Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED phone 3635 528 Fifth Street P T ARCHER Out Door and- Flashlight Photography Home Phone 5709 Room 44 Courier Journal Building MANHATTANRESTAURANT OTTO E YENT Proprietor Good Square Meal For 20 Cents IOfENDAVANDNrntl 504 W1 Jefferson Street Summer styles have arrived in HatsI Caps Gloves and Umbrellas credit to the council Invitations to a social session by the Young Ladies Auxiliary and to accompany the Satolli Coun cil ball team to Lexington tomorrow were received and accepted Committees were appointed to arrange for a euchre and also forlectures and musical entertain ments and from the hustling members of these committees the success of the dif ferent everts Seems assured CONFIRMATION RigbtRev Penis ODonaghue Bishop off Indianapolis will be in Jeffersonville tomorrow The Bishop will administer the sacrament of confirmation to a large r class of children at St Anthopys church and will be assisted by the priests of the city at the mass MADE FRIENDS HERE John F Fitzgerald Secretary of the Gliddeu White Ink Company of- Clevelaudwashere on a business trip this week Mr Fitzgerald made a great many frjepds during his visit and says that hejviil fllywysTnclude Louisville in fate traveling tour MM c 4- r J t a Jv r Vi w KmNtttc r SHA1RI AN 4 THE HENDERSON ROUTED Worlds Fair Rates 700 Tuesday and Thursdays Limited Seven Days Good only iin Coach and Chair Cars 1000 Limited Fifteen Pays 1100 Limited Sixty Days 1300 Limited to December 15 Only tine operating Free Reclining Chair Cars on all through trains to St Louis Nos 41 and 44 are solid vestlbuted traius composed of combination baggage and coach free rFcUning chair car Pullman observation car and diner meals a la carte Runs through solid Louisville to St Louis pNos 45 and 46 are composed of vestibuled reclining chair cars seats free and Pullman sleepers City ticket office 230 Fourth Avenue Union Depot Seventh and Water Streets L J Irwin- Gen1 Pass Agent E M Womack City Pass Agent O H Baker City Ticket Agent AdCrone Ticket Agent Union Depot 1 r HMHH 1 I 1 1 11 I 1111 1 I 11 HH J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Crrs STREETShortr HIII1 H 111 1 I HI l H 11 I 1 1 I HMMIHMIIHHl ttbe 16rable2 R Gilbert Company NCONnA Tr D Stationers Representatives of the Hammond typeI BlanK BOOK for Kentucky Printerswrlur typewriterandSupplies Ribbons etc I HAWBlnaerSI I BooksellersMMMMMM ++++MMMMM +++ tf+ FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES J j H LIQUORS AL345 KOLEII t OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGE Louis Wabnitz Co Proprietors STOttklalialtKatie A Smith formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons tLADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reas onable prices AH calls answered prompt ly day of night IF BOTH PHONES 1677 OFFICE 652 FIFTH STR- EETLDBAX FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS- Phone M6o 700 E Chestnut Street DRINK ft ru- WhiSkU 6- kk BOTTLED BY HENRY C LAUER 407 East Jefferson Street TELEPHONE 1140 Worlds Fair Short Line soutnern Railway FORTYTHREE MILES THE SHORTEST FASTEST AND BEST TO THE WO uDs FAI11 LOOK AT THE SCHEDULE Leave Louisville 9 amdaily arrive iSt Louis 450 p m Solid through train of Pullman sleepers Southern Railway Standard dining car and day coaches from Louisville to St Louis without change Leave Louisville 1016 j m daily arrive St Louis 732 a m Solid through train from Louisville with sixteen section Pullman sleepers also free reclining chair cars All trains make close con nection in Union Station at St Louis with WabAsh suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair grounds ROUND TRIP EXCURSION RATES FROM LOUISVILLE 13 good returning until December 15 190111 good returning in sixty days 10 good returning in fifteen days Ticket will be on sale daily at the abOv rates 1 coach excursion tickets on sale every Tuesday and Thursday in August and September good returning vlH tkyt P Es Carr Guy Passenger and Ticket Agent M4 Fourth avenue Lonlayiile A JCpneDepot Ticket Agent Seventh aitdLolltmlleC H t fort MMtd PalerrAjpnty SH Fourth 1 n1MrQ B AUc I WItt hNsIsItAgent St IpaIlI y o L AUGUST JOHN OETKEN BROS1 NEW GROCERY r r Sixth and Kentucky Sts Fresh Meats Vegetables Fruits and a full line of Fine Groceries GIVE US A TRIAL Roth Phones 111801 Established 1 863 JOHN B RATTfRMAN Successor to Mrs Geo RaUcrman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions Alljcalls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST rIR M ANDRWI 8ONS WAG N MAN fACIURR8 Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 2G5 Bad 207 WEST GREEN ST ONE FAREPlus 25 Cents To LAFAYETTEfIND And Return via the Big Four RouteAccount Reunion Wildera Brigade Dates of sale September 20 21 and 22 1904 Return limit September 24 1904 For full information and particulars as to AgentsBigsigned WARREN J LYNCH Genl Pass JGATESGen1 NEW LAW FIRM Judge Enoch iE McKay who recently moved to this city from Bardstown and John M Letterle one of the promising young lawyers of tbeLoutsville bar have formed a law partnership with offices in the Judge building Fifth and Jefferson streets They will practice lnatIthe courts State and Federal as wen a local Young Letterle has displayed legal abU ity of a high order and joIwlth the experience of Judge McKay the MW firm will dcmUUi BJoy a llucrativ pwwtic n U- o i mlIIIIIIII1 111111111111111111111111111111 SPEAKING OF JOB PRINTING iGIVE us A TRIAL ORDER IDance Invitations Ii Wedding Invitations Note and Bill HeadsIeTickets Dodgers Etc = HOME PHONE aao IKentucky Irish American l326 YVES 9R73F1 i STREET = WTW1 mmmm wm tlmm IU1wwmmmm IIMmmmm1fi A ifNif J 1f BARRY COUNCIL Y M L BASE BALL TEAM Bottom Row Left to RightDempsey catcher P J Dnscoll first base R Hillenmeyer pitcher Captain Daly left field L Hillenmeyer second base J Driscoll center field Conway right field E Hillenmeyer shortstop Thomas third baseTop Row Left to RightRichard Colbert J J Galvin W J Ahern prominent V M I members and base ball enthusiasts D J Crowe Manager HENDERSON Jesuit Fathers Conduct Great Mission For Father Lynch Special Correspondence of the Kentucky Irish American HBNDBRSON Sept 13The Jesuit fathers Rev J R Rosswinkel and Rev J J Donoher closed a most successful two weeks mission in Holy Name church i this city on Sunday September 11 The church was for women though not with absolute exclusiveness at the evening sermons during the first week of the mission and similarly for men during the last week This prevented over crowding and wade room for the many nonCatholics who attended the night servicesA feature of the exercises was the introduction of congregational sing ing at the Stations of the Cross and benediction Father Rosswinkel is a successful leader in this work as he is also a forceful instructor His pithy eloquent and interesting sermons and instructions to child and adult can not fail to produce good fruit for the future as they have done for the moment And Father Donoher eloquent clear and whole souled how he can fill a church and carry his audience with him We regret he could not remain with us a week longer and give a series of night lectures on doctrinal subjects when the intelligence of the town would pack the churchAll rejoice in the blessed work done here by the missionaries and congratu late in advance the parishes that will have Fathers Donoher and Rosswinkel in the future HENDKRSONIAN IRISH NIOHT Next Thursday Division 3 A O H will have an Irish night for its members and all Hibernians of the Falls Cities The officers will be at the State conven tion on Monday therefore the regular meeting has been postponed till Thursday night when there will bea big initiation followed by a social session President Quinn wants all members of the order to know that they will be wel come and also that a good time awaits them COCKRAN COMINO Chairman Hager and Secretary Haley of the State Democratic Committee have invited the Hon Bourke Cockran of New York to make an address in Louis ville during the campaign It is more than probable that the eloquent Irishman will be heard here His presence would attract an immense gathering as men of all political parties would want to hear him CONVALESCING Jonathan Thlckstnn one of Jefferson villes oldest and but known residents and State President of the Catholic Knights of America who has been seri ously ill b repotted much improved His eon George Thickstun came from Terre Haute last week to be with him until lie was convalescent STROKE FATAL Patrick Sweeaey well known and wal liked ilit H MOM and Spetteer count o i 4- o n and for years the head distiller at the McKenna distillery at Fairfield died Tuesday from a paralytic stroke Besides one daughter Mrs George Green well who lives at Taylorsville the deceased leaves five young children Mr Sweeney was a gentleman of the old school al ways cheerful and ever ready to counsel and assist those in distress and in the section in which he lived he will be greatly misse- dEICHHORN AND KOLLROSS Well Known Professors Will Give Military Band Concert Louisville is in need of a firstclas military band and mixed chorus Every body will concede this But few how ever are willing to aid in forming such ia band unless especial attention ts caned to the movement It is the purpose of this notice to call attention to the move merit recently inaugurated by Professor Elchhorn and Ko ross distinguished in their profession fir many years in the Fans cities and favorably known to everybody in the musical world They propose to organize a fine band Their first concert will be given at Masonic Theater Sunday evening November 20 The tickets for the concert are now on sale and the details will be later presented in our advertising columns BANQUET TONIGHT This evening at 430 West Green street the friends of William Morrison will as semble at the banquet table to enjoy themselves in celebrating his sixtysiztl birthday Col Morrison has been a mem ber of Louisville Typographical Union for over thirty years coming to this city from Cincinnati in 1868 During these years he has held positions on all the local newspapers and as a member of the art preservative was up to date in all its branches The Farmer is sixty six today but he doesnt look the half of it He is truly the youngest old and the oldest young bachelor in Louisville and of this all who attend the banquet will be convinced His friends will be there in numbers and it goes without saying that this sixtysixth will be one to be remembered by the invited guests MISS HIS GLAD SMILE Patrolman Pat Kenealey has been ill for the past several days at his residence 1410 Seventh street Besides being a brave and efficient officer Pat is an all around good fellow and an active worker in the Ancient Order of Hibernians The manyfriendsthey miss his cheery smile and pleasant ways BUSINESS AND PLEASURE Steve roomey the popular manager of John Gormans cafe Fourth and P streets has been visiting the Worlds Pair during the past week Sfeve is combining bust ness with pleasure u he is interested in several race horses that are now at the St Louis track MASONIC 4 One of the newfarcea that has made aWgfaitintbVEakthii season is My Wifes Pamilywhich has been booked for the HMOvic Theater next week The lleading tale win b taken by Harry Lin to The farce 1Is Mid to ooatiaa aunt bar Of tlwMT MMUM fjMCkUiw u SATOLLI VS BARRY The Louisville and Lexington Councils After Base Ball Honors Satolli Council Y M I recently organized a ball team composed of popular young men of this city who have won distinction on the diamond Last Sun lay Edward Pope visited Lexington and arrangedwith Manager Dan Crowe for a game tomorrow with the team of Barry Council Barry Council has a fine ball park and its players have been more suc cessful than Tebeaus team and there fore Manager Crowe is experiencing no uneasiness as to the outcome On the other hand Manager George Perry and his men have set out with a grim determination to capture the game and return crowned with the laurel wreath of vic tory and therefore ask all their friends to accompany them on the Southern special leaving the Seventhstreet depot at 740 a m and cooperSte with them in van quishing the invincible Barryites by their vociferous rooting Satollis representative was treated royally while in Lexington and as the most friendly feeling exists between the councils of the Bluegrass capital and the Falls Cities a good time and fine game may be expected The lineup of Satollis till will be as follows Dugan catch Musselman captain and pitch OConnor first base Imordesecond base Boardman third base Parsons short stop Mulloy left field H Iope center field E Pope right field Lancaster sub The picture of Barry Councils team and managers also appears in this issue Returning the train will leave Lexington at 530 oclock BAZAR ON KNOBS Rev Father Hildebraud and the congregation of St Marys of the Knobs have selected the week beginning on Sunday October 16 for their au nual bazar for which extensive prepa rations are being made These bazars have been held for several years and are largely patronized by the people of the Falls Cities and those living in Lafayette and the adjoining townships The pro ceeds will be applied to the fund for the erection of anew church MACKIN COUNCIL Only routine business was transacted Tuesday night at the meeting of Mackin Council Y M I The attendance was rather small therefore action upon several questions was deferred The Supreme Council will be asked to reverse the action of the Kentucky Grand Council regarding reinstatement of members who have been suspended but those who seem best informed be lieve the new law will stand Work on the new club house progresses satisfac torily and preparations will soon commence for its dedication RECEPTION AND DANCE The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trim ity Council V M I will entertain their friends with a reception and dance next Tuesday evening at the club house 718 Eat Gray street This is the auxiliarys- fitt social affair of the lIMon and they are making arrengctaatUat that will tend to make it art AtMgickxH opmiug fl- f PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TEXEPHONE uJsa Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau Pilsenl r Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN 31 SWING COltIPANYJNOORPQRATED TELEPHONE 4b2 IOJIGrviXX ICY Cumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 THErA Geoi Wiedemann BREWING 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 ICy s ASI oIIOtto Brewerys Cream Beer DIERSEN BROS Proprietors ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE Telephone 1137 JOHN F OERTKLBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 1400140 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN XS I X RANIC WALTBRS r Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2093 LOUISVILLE KY 1 CB THOMPSON F ORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jeflerson SI Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed GO O C J SCHNEIDERFOR Pork Bacon Hams Sausage Pure Leaf Lard Both Phones FIFTH STREET MARKET DISHCLOTHS The dishcloth in many homes is n breeding place for microbes and contains more disease germs than almost anything else of the same size Cheesecloth bags in which salt and sugar come make good dishcloths It is a good plan to have two sets for constant use They should be thoroughfy washed every morning in hot water to which has been added ammonia soda or washing powder then rinsed and Hung in the air to dry Use them on alternate days Besides it is well to rinse them each time after using and boil them once a week If they acquire an odor burn them IMPROVED TRAIN SERVICE Offered by the Henderson Route Between Louisville and St Louis Commencing Sunday June 26 Ken tuckys popular line the Henderson route will Ipaugurate a safe and fast day service between Louisville and St Louis in each direction and will improve the time and equipment generally of all trains between these points Three daily trains will be operated in each direction on the following safe schedules between Louisville and St Louis Leave Louisville 830 a m 9 p m and 7 a m arrive St Louis 616 pm 720 a m and 016 p m The equipment is brand new just from the shops of the most modem vestibule pattern and is as fine as on any train op erating in or out of Kentucky The 830 a m train through without change of cars will be composed of Pullman observation parlor cars free reclining chair cars dining cars and high back seat passenger coaches The Op in train through without change of cars wiltcon sist of Pullman sleeping cars free reclining chair cars and high backseat pas senger coaches The dining cars on day trains will serve meals a la catte you pay only for what you get All trains will leave from and arrive in the Seventhstreet Union depot Louis vllle arriving at and departing from the magnificent new Union Station SG Louis For any other information call upon E M Womack City Passenger Agent 890 Fourth avenue Louisville or Pi G Cunningham Traveling Passenger Agent 808 North Broadway St Loufe S u u d park6pen NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts QO TO Pioneer Bottling House FOR STRAIGHT WHISKIES BIG JUG AT DOOR J P DAJST913 WEST BROADWAY near ValoR Station HEREMAM BROSr IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES LIQUORS CI6ARS VALS J SALOONVAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 44 kcT GREEN It3T BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE TO IndianapolisII Peoria Chicago AND AW POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAIJ Cleveland Buffalo 1 Nif York Boston ANB ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished on OMeePour toSLouisville icy- i r f t K NTtJ a KY tRt8H A RrCANI= L R + H 4 + 4 +++ + +4+++++ + 4 + + 4IItt + 4 + + Ht + tH+ THE CAHPAIGN F- ORMOTHERS BREAD IS WAGED THE WHOLE YEAR THROUGH FOR GOODNESS SAIE DONT BAKE 4 tltttttttttttttttttttttttttttttt I i i KY + t t t t I 411 1 IIIIIIIIIIHIII1 1 1 ll- ONE I 1 HMMMHIHHI 1 1 1 I 1 I I 1 Jo DOLLARSwo- rth I of these fine coffees will show any how much BETTER they are than any other coffees to be had in T Louisville at the prices All fresh and dry roasted 8 Ibs Good StOO 6 Ibs Spools SIOOv 5 lbs Bogota 1881 4 Ibs H H 3 Ibs MochaJava S100 DUST TEA at the price Per lb 45c- COFFEE MULLOY ROASTER ItIlI I I 1 PIANOSWe are dealers in the bestknown HIGHGRADE PIANOS manufac tured in this country Chickerings Deckers Haines Bros i Schuberts Kingsburys and TEN other famous makes In this line is combined the integrity of years with all that is advanced in expert Piano construction MontenegroRiehm Music Co t3sa8t3t3O X OURrH AVENUE I GAS RANGESWe dont sell ranges BUT if you purchase one from your own stove dealer we will arrange so that you can pay for it on EASY TXSXWMJS F KentuckyHtgC0Telephone rRSRAYCOr I fin6- 6arria06S IIiI 2- 2223a23z W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE t + + housekeeper EASY GNOS SPENCER President Educates Young PeopleF- or asd Czpert Accountant Business Good Employment and Success ants on witrrc ron run INFORMATION r UtlGn Nttloatl Bat eirfRlBrs College r ev v 1 MJJ BANNOff ROBT BUBRELL P BANNON JR President VlcePres Gen Mgr Secretary Treasurer Kentucky flufllAlUUU INCORPORATED e 1 Mw3uBaoturorsa of- I VITRIFIED PAVING BRICKF- OR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W lottersgnl St Works Magnolia AieBet9th and 0ih TELEPHONE 873 TELEPHONE 1252 SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOon THE r T r w- In an RtEGANT PARIOR DINING CARE H BACON District Passenger Ag ntk Lola y111e Ky JUNK J RUD rAntC H ROCYWC tntIc of6 0w L1iCDOl3LPrwid and Oapari1Y tl 0 e000000ee e e J BACON SONS The Change in Weather MaKes Change in Dress We are just in between seasons when the weather is uncertain It is best to be prepared for this uncertainty better overlook the wardrobe and see if youll be satisfactorily pie pared In ease of cool weather These materials are choice in style and have enough wool about them to keep the chill away Their little prices too should entice you all the more to do your shopping now New Colored Goods Allwool Mixed Suitings Zibeline effects P t Cquietmence the eason at yard 50Cinches50Csuitings 5JofC IThese New Fall Are Attractively Low Dress Skirts the new full Dress Skirts made right up to the Walking and Dress Lengths in effect fancy stitched and trimmed minute In style of the popular materi lot some are full and plain imade in the popular materialsmix als fancy mixtures mohair brown others are fancily trimmed These lures black and blue cheviot melton and black cheviot our Introduc skirts were made cut and trimmed to and mohair we introduce 498aNVthem at only ip eee e e 000000000 Ioo HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes There is talk of forming another divis ion at Seattle There are three there nowThe headquarters of the Iowa Ladies Auxiliary during the State convention at Sioux City were at St Vincents Home Division 1 of Stillwater Minn start ing In 1882 with a charter list of thirty seven now has 252 members Its Ladies Auxiliary has a membership of 161 The Rev Bernard Brady rector of St Josephs church at Yonkers and New Yorks newly elected State Chaplain has organized a Ladies Auxiliary at Sing SingRev Father Grace pastor of St Marys church at Providence R I was extended a vote of thanks at the meeting of Division 20 for promising that he would have Irish history taught in the new St Marys parochial school Between 400 and 450 delegates were in attendance at the Minnesota State con veation which opened Tuesday at Still water Before the first session the dele gates and visitors attended high mass In St Michaels church The local com mittee had arranged several entertaining features for the two days of the conven tion The programme of the Iowa State convention opened with mass and sermon in the Cathedral at Sioux City on Tuesday At the banquet in the evening Bishop wednesIdaytrolley ride over the city and witnessed a ball game and were tendered grand ball in the evening An interesting item for alljto know is that the combined treasuries of the vari ous divisions in America and Canada have the grand total of 151007785 and have paid But for cbaritable pur poses during the past two years 11111 570 The total membership of both bodies at the present time is 171955 One di vision exists in the Hawaii Territory and one in the Republic of Mexico One of the means to be adopted by the national officers in bringing the order more to the attention of the American people will be a Hibernian Lecture Bu reau to be under the charge of the National Secretary Some of the greatest IrishAmerican orators will be engaged to deliver a series of lectures in all cities where the order exists Rev J K Lar kin of Memphis was the author of idea at the recent national convention The Most Rev John M Farley D D Archbishop of New York has announced his acceptance of the office of National Chaplain tendered him some weeks ago by President Dolan The Archbishops decision has been everywhere received with rejoicing His predecessors include some very noted churchmen among them the late Archbishop Feeban Bishop Foley Bishop McFaul and Archbishop Glennon the pride of the church in the West WINNING NUMBERS The drawing for the prizes offered at the picnic for St Josephs church has taken place the lucky numbers being held by the following C H Bills bar rel of flour G McMannon load of coal Mrs Henry Bosse fancy rocker J ONeill extension table G A Schneider parlor lamp J Bacon Sons barrel of potatoes F Gnau Sr dozen cabinet photos Any who have notyet received their prizes are requested to call and get them RELIGION KEPT HIM BACK An amusing incident happened on a Seventhstreet car that was overheard by Kentucky Iriah American reporter An aged Jewish Rabbi row to give his seat to a young lady who was hanging by a strap but troughlooking young fellow stand lug in back of the Rabbi slipped into the seat Ifoth men glared at each other for a feW minutes until finally the yoetig fellow said Don tlook at me as if you were going to Mime1 the JibbirepUedTJIi would be iwpofliiUe Mpy religion dw at parwit me toIII ewine iiiii BlacK Woolen Stuffs Iwear1 I I 00mohair1 00splendid1 I Skirts Priced oLadles this blue mft this IRISH S SOCIETYDiRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan Vice President Joseph W Dougherty Recording Secretary Thomas Kee JrFinancial I I Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bunk ureet- TrensurerThomasY Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinanciatecretaryIohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street Treasurer OWen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month President Thomas Quinn Vice PresidentJoseph Cooney Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street ITreasurerGeorge J Pat Butler Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wedues day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer John P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney County Vice President J B Murphy PresidentRobert Gleason Vice President DanielGill Recording Secretary J G Cole Financial SecretaryThos OHern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelAlphonso Constantine SergeantatArmsMichael Noon Y IWC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President James Shelley First Vice President Wm P Shaugh nessySecond Vice PresidentFred Herp Recording SecretaryFrank Adams Financial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- CorrespondingI Secretary Frank P Burke I Treasurer Frank F Murphy MarshalGeorge F Simonis Inside SentinelFrank Lanahan Outside Sentinel John Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at tbe I Club House 718 East Gray Street PresidentEugene J Cooneyi CupulffeISecond Vice President Joseph F Bell I Recording Secretary Emll E Mouth Corresponding Secretary Arthur C LauerFinancial Secretary Robert G Goe betTreasurerWilliam N Gast MarshalM F Morris v Inside Sentinel Jacob Pfalzer Outside SentinelM F Ziegler 1 1MACAULEYS Macauleys Theater will open for the season Monday night the first attraction being Vivians Papas presenting Miss Blanche Ring supported by Harry Conor and a strong company of comedians This play is said to be the funniest piece presented In this country in recent years and has the added advantage of being up to date and strictly American In char I acterization and atmosphere The engagement I is for Monday and Tuesday nights and Tuesday matinee Al Fields minstrels open Friday night for three performances l BUCKINGHAM llNext week the Kentucky Yenwill occupy the boards of the Bncklugli m- Tl1eaterNoqoubt I the performance given by tide company will be excellent I theIJkojwho are managers owners of the Bttckinguam Theater cawwlyiistraducisgl ae1Dcr1heII IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The annual carnival popularly known as the Horse Show opened at Ballsbridge underthe most promising auspices and continued until Friday The title of the fete conveys but little idea of the varied attractions which yearly draw tens of thousands to the worldfamed show New and Interesting features too are being yearly added to it The art and industries exhibition on the occasion was n most imposing affair Combined with the great equine and agricultural dis plays it gave the visitor some idea of what Ireland would be like if trade and commerce could be established all over the country The exhibition which was opened by the Lord Lieutenant embraced a collection of lace embroid ery tapestry wood carving metal work leather work stained wood work artistic enameling stained glass work and specimens of many other crafts and industries of Irish manufacture The most Rev Dr Itrownrigg in the course of a speech of great power and eloquence which he delivered at the opening of the Kilkeuny Feis said their work was a very ennobling and elevating one His Lordship urged at length the exalted position which the Irish language held in the eye of the foremost scholars in comparison with other languages The Irish language was able to sweep the strings of the whole scale of human feeling It suited equally well the Fag an Bealacch of the Dalcassian war song as the lullaby of the young Irish mother soothing her crying infant to sleep His Lordship appealed to the young men and maidens of Ireland to go on in their noble and heroic enterprise of mastering this beautiful llanguage of restoring it to its ancient glory of mak ing it heard once more in the cottiers home in the fishermans hut by the farmers fireside at fair and market in the streets of their town and in the highways and byways- A remarkable strike took place in Cork last week A controversy has been in progress between Messrs Cash Co and their counter bands foj some time over the dismissal of an assistant who was alleged to have taken a prominent part in organising a protective association of which they are all members Negotia tions have been going on since the first of August and at the last meeting of the society it was agreed that the counter hands should cease work ifa favorable reply were not received None came ind accordingly the counter hands to the number of thirty left their posts They have been parading Patrick street in the vicinity of the establishment attracting a large crowd whom this police were engaged in keeping moving The strik ers are distributing handbills saying giveItapprenticeshavethat the firm have a number of Scotch drapers within easy distance to take the places of those who have gone out Astonishing is the perfection with which the Irish Protestants practice the boycotting system We have before us a list advertisements taken from a single issue of the Irish Times published on August 5 and it is a revelation of the extent to which the boycotting of Catholics is carried Business people who reside in the most Catholic parts of Ire land and who live by the support of Catholic customers boldly advertise for Protestant servants and employes A drill sergeant at Dundalk must be a Protestant So must a cook and a ladys maid at Mallow A dressmaker at Kan turk a pantry and hall boy at Magency and a scullerymaid at Ardee must be of the same religion Such cases figure largely In the UstBut more daring even than these advertisers have been Protest ant members of the Enniskilletl Board of Guardians with Lord Corry at their head The poetof midwife at the Flor encecourt Dispensary was vacant and understanding that there was to be a Protestant applicant for it they sent out a circular marked private in which they called upon the Protestant guard ians to bsure to attend the meeting so that she might be elected When such la the system pawned by the Irish Protestsala it sorely J atratIpt end dIe accasipj their catkoilc fellow aoantrfmeiiiof lO TUG 6lias Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES- OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 505 W Jefferson Street t IG + tttttQr tt r SG CHAWK CAMPBELL Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge Scientific and Practical Horse Shoeing Canine and Feline Practice a Specialty Dr J T Obawk 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