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U l 1 If KEN ICAN VOLUME XIVNO 19 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 131905 PRICE FIVE CENT 01K10FA1Co- nvention A I Introduced Swral1 Good Measures For DcneII fit oi Order i Sectary Mntre rtK port Shews Order in Gnnd Financial- Condition Delegates Shown Good Time Ir By Officials of St Louis OFFICERS COMMENDED FOR SERYCE- eMonday mornipg th Kentucky Irish Americans representative reached theI Rome of the West for the national convention of the Catholic Knights of America and all trains arriving in St Lonis during the day and night brought delegates from fortyoue States to the fifteenth biennial convention And here it would be proper to say they were earnest men Intelligent men honest men all with a single purpose the betterment and perpetuation of that grand old Catholic fraternal insurance society the Catholic Knights of America whose past history should be the guarantee for Its future success 1 Always after the news the Kentucky I Irish American quickly learned that the a Supreme officers and Trustees had com I pleted their business and reports and t were ready for the convention The Law Committee however was still holding sessions and were it not for Delegate JohnScore of Kentucky who was made Secretary of the committee and pushed the work from the start the proceedings of the convention would have been greatly delayed This committee adopted the usual method of meeting behind closed doors but nevertheless there were many aware of the radical changes pro posed even before the matter was put in form to be reported to the convention From remarks dropped by Peter Wall rath of Indiana who was a member of the Law committee there arose a feeling of doubt and uncertainty that left things in ratBer a chaotic state on the eve of the convention and this was not Improwd when nothing was heard from the com mittee Tuesday morning Monday evening the Supreme officers delegates visitors and their ladles were tendered a formal reception at the ArchiI eopiscopal residence on Liudell boule yard by his Grace Archbishop Glennon Supreme Spiritual Director of the Catho lic Knights of America With his dis tinctly Irish face wreathed in smiles the distinguished young Archbishop whom we hope to live to see made Cardinal entered the spacious parlors and greeted his guests with a grace and democratic kindness and frankness of manner that put the most timid at their ease The Archbishop knew personally many of the ladles and gentlemen and had a pleasing word for all When it came to Ken tuckys turn to be presented he was in deed affable and no little enjoyment was afforded by his happy reception of a copy of the Kentucky Irish American pre dented by the Rev Father WJ Howlett i of Pueblo Col who has many friends in Kentucky ond the South Archbishop Glennon had something to say to each lady and gentleman who were happy on bended knee to receive his blessing dur tlng the hour the memory of which vlllI never be effaced from the minds of those who were so fortunate as to be present Bright and early Tuesday morning the Knights were astir and many were the greetings tendered Judge Shine Ken tuckys delegate who bad only then arrived Assembling at Sodality Hall1 on Grand avenue a procession was formed and proceeded to the beautiful1 church of St Xavier where the opening of the convention was celebrated with aI solemn high mass The mass was sung by Rev Father Tannrath of StAgnes church Father MacDonald of St Anns being the deacon and Father Howlett of Pueblo Col as subdeacon The Rev Father Lanslots of Oklahoma City O T was the master of ceremoniesi Never before was a more artistic musical1I programme rendered by the plendidI cholrof StXaviers and many were the compliments paid the singers His Grace Archbishop Glennon occupied the throne and after the gospel ascended the pulpit and preached an eloquent and feeling sermon It was he said to him a pleasing duty to address the Knights buf in looking for a text be fancied i best to bring downto every member the Bible and to first ask the delegates t I this fifteenth biennial convention to again swear allegiance to the Catholic Knights of America and their faith Referring to thegospet read in themes and those mentioned therein as the saIt of the earth and light of the world His Grace made a telling application of the words to the order The Catholic Knights were urged to fulfill the wordis a of the gospel thereby making their t order permanent and the distributor of the sweetest of charities Then turning to the world of today he declared that the earth which produces so much after all offers nothing in the end but the grave Referring to the brotherhood tkat should exist between Knight trti frtaxUhlp meant sad how t4 carry out JI frewarn only llettnle brot h 0- y o- fJ hood or fraternity and that was estab lisbed by our Saviour It existed from the beginning of the world and wasI anything but that false brotherhood nonChristiansIIupon unsuspecting His reference to the ImpressiveIand convincing In concluding he urged the Knights of this convention to let their hearts and hands be as those off the Knights of olddevoted to faith fatherland and country The spirit of God was with the Catholic Knights of America Achieve things for yourselves your homes and your God and the spirit will remain and bless all Knights HeI wished for the society that its every day may be a day in May like the present and that its every season may be summer Upon leaving the church the conven tion was formally opened by President offeringSprayer orator of the West in behalf of Mayor Rolla Wells who was ill Ina ringing address welcomed the delegates to the J Mound City the coming metropolis of the West His welcome to the Catholic byfI dear ones wilt not be left destitute nor j friendless was sincere hearty and cor I dial and elicited vociferous apolause J Rev O J McDonough welcomed the I Knights in the name of His Grace Arch I bishop Glennon who could not be pres ent because of pressing duties and the lack of time in which to prepare for the I celebration of the next Sunday in con J palHumMiSsouri State Council also made an address of welcome saying it was wIthI feeling of personal pride that he joined tt- In welcoming the Catholic Knights to the home of the Supreme body which now deserves and should have the fullest t confidence of the members Before him t were the men who had rescued the order from the brink of destruction whose solution of the rerating question has developed interest and vigor in Catholic Knighthood in Missouri andwould t make for its growth and stability every wherePresident Giudin responded for the Knights who wish to protect the homes I to bring the fragrance of flowers and sun shine to the unfortunate They were determined to give their best efforts in the legislation that would come before them during the week giving fair andt just consideration to every proposition submitted They would act as Catholic men Amerkaudtfiensand true Knights and any other course would be traitorous Next followed the roll call which showed fortyone States represented by as intelli gent and deliberative a looking body of men as ever had entrusted to them the future welfare of the Catholic Knights of America When President Gaudin had named the Credentials Committee an ad- Journment was taken for dinner the afternoon session to be taken up with the reports of the Supreme officers The first resolution passed was that Introduced f by Delegate Repetto sending a congratulatory message to his Holiness Pius X and asking his benediction lengthybut t report in which he says the order is I today equal to any and surpasted by none in loyalty to its membership in adequate and just rotes which insures the prompt payment of its obligations c and the perpetuity of the organization itself and all this from that which was I proclaimed a sinking ship two years ago After reviewing the troubles of the past be congratulated the order on its I present condition and said alias cer j tainly a bright future with its elements of stability and of a good financial basis and we sincerely trust that it will continue its noble work of protecting our loved ones bringing hope to the despair I tug and soothing the poignant grief of the bereaved so that it will always de serve Gods choicest belessing Vice President Croghan submitted a report that contained a number of good suggestions with recommendations to branches that will bear good fruit when I carried into effect The report of Supreme Secretary Matre Showed the total number of branches to be 531 with a membership of 1784I The decrease during the two years was owing to tbe ncertainty felt previous to the special convention that settled the problem and restored confidence In this report was included the receipts and disbursements forthe two years also the gratifying statement that the grand total of the Sinking Fund was nearly 710000 which figures tallied with those submit ted by the Sinking Fund Commissioners Secretary Metres report was complete and comprehensive and dealt with all the financial business of the order There twas no difference in the tables submitted by him and Treasurer Carroll Major Gen Kadeskls concise but com plete report on the Uniform Rank department giving the number of companiesI organizatlonk and was received with expresaians of favor from all sides The reports were all referred to committees with instruc lions to submit their recommendations Wednesday morning Before convening for the second days session the delegates attended a requiem mesa f rthe deceased members at St Xaviars church Promptly at 10 oclockk PresidentGnudln called the convention to order and then followed an avalanche of reeolutiont the majority relating the o the late of assessment and providing yaliHItr4oNly p4y fttkrtcof entry r c Patrick Gleaaon of New York wanted a home for aged and indigent members while Delegate Hartman of Missouri urged the appropriation of 300000 out of the sinking fund with which to pur chase or erect a building in some city for national headquarters Delegate Finn of Boston introduced a sensible resolution safeguarding the religion of wards of the State county and municipal bonds and that where State Presidents fail to promulgate the new ritual which will materially assist the Catholic Knights In regaining the ascendency branches be authorized to secure the ritual from the Supreme officers There was some interesting debates but Supreme Trustee Quinn of Brooklyn always conservative and practical and Delegate John Hughes of Mobile materially assisted in having the resolutions referred The convention was addressed by William H OBrien President of the Father Matthew Total Abstinence Society August Schafleyof the Lincoln Trust Company and Dr Warner exPresident of the National Fraternal Congress who invited the con vention to the banquet to be held in the evening at the Planters Hotel in the interest of the National Fraternal Saul tarium to be located In New Mexico and for which 1000000 worth of propertyI has already been donated Attorney Black thanked the convention for its t action for his widow and promised to build a strong branch at Tiffin and come I as a delegate to the next Supreme convention and his pledge created much j good feeling and the opinion that Joe j Berning would find him a live and active contestant for the honor I A recess was taken for luncheon and when the afternoon session convened the report of the Extension Committee was I taken up and its recommendations freelyjj and fully discussed It was earnestly I recommended that vigorous measures betaken to increase the membership that I the reserve fund be held inviolate but I that its earnings be used to extend and I advertise the order that the time has come when they must have competent I organizers and that in the work of extension J there should be a free but wise use of the funds that the Uniform Rank was the show piece of the order and providing I for the expenditure of 1500 for I its promotion and 1000 for press adver 1 islng and printing that a thorough can I vass of the country should by made by a Chief Organizer and five assistants who woul4 be paid not to succeed 476 per month and that for the foregoing and other coincident expenses there be made yearandof 60000 for extension work but with the provisb that this may all be withdrawn by the Supreme officers at anytime iff the results are not what they ought lobe A spirited discussion ensued when Chairman Brinker finished its reading nearly all the delegates taking the floor to give expression to his views Delegate Gleason and Supreme Medical Examiner Brennan of Indianapolis made forceful pleas for the adoption of the I entire report They recognized the nec I essity for the new ritual Judge Shine warned the convention that much depended on the work of the I eagerlylookedAfter complimenting Major Gen Ka leskl for his earnest efforts he said the I delegates must have a full and free ex change of views and then adopt the wisest policy possible The Judge regretted J the poor recognition given the Uniform Rank which included the hest I material for members and organizers No other organization could have so successfully buffeted and weathered the vicissi ndes that confronted the Catholic Knights of America Let us not stop now said he but spend what is necessary to spread the order and make it theI strongest and safest in the entire coun try He wanted all the members paidI commissions but not one to remain idle Delegates Somers Flynn and Finn ex pressed their confidence lu the Benefits tobe derived from the ritual the Uni form Rank and the appointment of organizers and predicted that great results would be achieved by the adoption of the report After remarks by many dele gates the report was almost unanimously adoptedWednesday evening there was an ex emplification of the new ritual which Indeed surpassed all expectations It is interesting arid Instructive and will most certainly entertain the most exacting member of the order and will prove a great attraction for the young men During the proceedings of the conven tion the delegates made manifest their satisfaction with the work of Trustees McGinn Jaeger and Quinn who with President Gaudin and Secretary Matre constitute the Sinking Fund Commis sion Their wise investments have net ted handsome returns for the order and the national delegates do no tail to make manifest their appreciation of the busi ness acumen and Integrity displayed in the management of this great fund The importance of the work of this convention is fully realized by the dele gates who are determined that no mis takes shall be made There will be no hasty action and it now looks asif the sessions will run until this afternoon Rev Father Hewlett of Colorado one of the ablest but most conservative men in the convention will visit friends s In Louisville before returning home Mother Ahtorilous Superior of the Dominican Sisters at New Orleans died Wednesday aged sixty six years SIter WM a native of Londonderry frelaadI aDdMd bwn a member of the artist f tetyifcveire C- ia n 4 ELOQUENT it Address by Thomas Walsh toI t St Vincent do Paul Conferences 4t Warned Ills Hearers Against SoCalled Liberal Catholicity tXS Told of the Good Work That a Vinceutlan Can- Der j- tf t FATHERS ROCK AND MORPHY TALK jI l The regular quarterly meeting of the St Vincent de Paul conferences was heldI Sunday afternoon in S t Francis Hall a large number of the members being in attendance Rev Father Rock and Rev Father Murphy made1 short but happy talks and Attorney Thomas Walsh who had been invited to address the meeting spoke eloquently upon the noble purposes of the order and the general goodI it accomplishes He poke in part as follows j My Friends I can assure you in all sincerity that I feel deeply grateful to you for the honor you have conferred upon me by asking me to address this splendid meeting of tlje assembled con ferences of St Vincent de Paul This society is made up of ute real representa tive Catholics of this t city They are representative in the matter of character intelligence and good standing They are representative because they lead lives consistent with the doctrines of the church of which they ate exemplary and faithful members andt because they reduce to practice in theirown private conduct those principles which they profess before the world Therefore I consider- it a decided compliment to be called upon to address such a representative body of practical Catholics The speaker who ad ressed your last meeting gave you his vi ws upon what is termed the liberalism of the liberal Catholicthe Catholic who seems in dined to minimize the truths and doc trines of his religion r order to gain favor with its enemies or traducers the Catholic who seems to prefer the senti ment and spirit of the world to the sentiment and spirit of the church the Catholic who seems to desire to make his religion a mixture of milk and water in order to render it palatable to those who have little or co taste for it I say of such Catholics your previous speaker expressed his disapproval in clear ringing terms that I cheerfully endorse In this connection I take occasion to say here and now that socalled liberal Catholicity is a dangerous thing It is a dangerous thing to trifle with the spirit or the great truths of our religion They never change They are always the same the same yesterday today and forever They are as well established as the hills and they are as brilliant and as exilted as the stars of heaven and they shall endure as long as tbe foundations ot the earth and until the great angel of the last day shall stand with one foot upon the land and another upon the sea and shall declare that time shall be no more You can not trifle with the truths of our religion any more than you can jug gle with the truths of mathematics any more than you can say in order to be liberal in mathematics that two and two make five or make six You would laugh at the man or woman who would thus try to be liberal mathematicians and the Catholic who trifles with the truths of his religion becomes equally ridiculous Therefore I advise you against being liberal Catholics The liberal Catholic Is generally a man or woman who is half ashamed of the church and the church usually has good reason to be fully ashamed of them We must never forget that all that we are and all that we hope to be for time and eternity we owe to our religion Without it we are nothing life itself is nothing Without it weare mere shadows coming from nowhere drifting to nowhere Without it we sink to the level of the clod we treat uponof the weed we crush beneath our feetof the beasts of the jungle and the field With out our religion there is not a ray of light left to fall across nights bottomless abyss There is not a single star of hope left to pierce the darkness of the night of death Without pur religion we are as little children crying in the dark at the vague terrors that surround us and no answer comes back to us save the dis mal echoes of the birds of darkness IB the night Without our religion all is dark and bounded with despair but with our religion all becomes clear as the noonday sun and our future destiny be comes crowned with glorious grandeur inconceivably great that human tongue can not utter or human heart conceive the joys that are in store for those who persevere unto the end The true Vincentian loves all mankind for Christs sake He Is charitable kind and generous toall and sympathies with them in all their trials failings and afflictions and scatters sunshine about him as he plods along on the journey to the tomb He does not seek to increase the sum of butilao tears but rather wipe they away whenever and wRsev withocartghtrtrbwefwlni +fl Vnd Joy V true Vincentian thus leads the IIThe and the most successful life that lead because he devotes it to workof charity he consecrates it to the goodof others and the betterment of ISjtbei ISj J 1 congratulate you on the splendidwork In which you are all engaged upon the gratifying success with which you are carrying and the zeal and earnestness with which you discharge your duties in relation thereto MACKIN COUNCIL Members Showing Much Interest In Their Athletic Department IAt the regular meeting of Mackin Council Tuesday evening a report was received from the Gymnasium Commit tee notifying the council that it has been necessary to build twenty new lockers so great has the interest in creased in athletics Instructor Louis Kieffer is organizing a Mackin Council track team and intends to enter them lu- aU the athletic events which will take place at the annual outing on June 13 at Fern Grove From present indications Mackin Council will have its bands full in attempting to accommodate the large crowd on this occasln as the advance sale of tickets has been unusually good Chairman Charles S Raidy made a report of the last meeting of the Joint Committee of the three local councils and President William Kerberg delivered 1 ashort address to the new members who have been taken in llately setting forth the advantages of the order The Sick Committee reported Edward Krekel as recovering and Ben Saltenbrocks condi tion about the same GONE TO REWARD The funeral of Rev Patrick J Kelleher took place from St Patricks church Tuesday morning at 9 oclock a solemn requiem mass being sung for the repose of his soul and the office of the dead being chanted by the many priests in at tendance Father Kelleher bad been assistant rector at St Patricks church I t until three years ago when ill health compelled him to relinquish his duties His kindly ways had endeared him to every man woman and child in the parish and his death causes widespread sorrow among his parishioners but they can rest assured with the belief that the good pastor is now reaping bis justly earned reward May his sonl rest in peace Amen- ANOTHER GOOD PROGRAMME The New Louisville Jockey Club has provided another good programme of racing for the coming week which will if possible draw a larger attendance than the successful opening week This after noons bill includes the Clark Handicap and a steeplechase the Bashford Manor stakea will be run Tuesday the Bluegrass stakes on Wednesday and the Louisville steeplechase for Thursday The meet has been extended to June 2 making a total of twentyone days racing ORPHANS CELEBRATION St Josephs Orphan Society will hold Its anniversary celebration at St Peters church Seventeenth and Southgate streets tomorrow afternoon The Roman Knights of St John beaded by a brass band will escort the children from the Home to the church After solemn vespers and benediction an elaborate spread will be served the children by the ladies of the congregation This is quite an epoch in the lives of the little orphans and they look forward longingly each year to this celebration The society under the guidance of President Frank A Geber Is assuming large proportions now having a membership of over 1200 to SACRED HEART CHURCH Tomorrow will be a happy day for the young people df the Sacred Heart church In the morning Rev Patrick Walsh will administer the sacrament of first holy commiwtt to a class of about sixtyfive boys and girls who will be confirmed in the afternoon by the venerable Bishop McCloskey The altars and sanctuary will be specially decorated and illum lasted for the occasion which interests old and young alike and It n day never to be forgotten Interervent In the case of George Warner for tfe kHltog olWuklLMd I JUBILEEtI Celebrated By Sister Mary JPcfer of Sisters of Good 1Shephed At the Convent of the Good Shepherd 728 Eighth street on May 6 was cele brated the golden jubilee of Sister Mary of St Peter Brady she being receive- into d the order by the zealous Mother Mary of St Ignatius Ward Except short time spent in the Good Shepherd Convent of Cincinnati the dear jubilar ian remained and labored within the thEighthe the first house of the order in America- It was founded by Mother Mary des Anges Porcher September 8 1843 and Sister Mary of St Peter Brady has the honor of being the first Sister that made vows in the humble chapel that lived to see her golden jubilee It was fitting that it should be a golden day within the cloister At six oclock in the morning the Sisters entered in procession singing the Ave Maria Stellas and carrying lighted candles and last came the Mother Superior and the jubilarian chaplalutecelved placed on her head a crown of gold High mass was then celebrated followed by benediction and the singing of the Tti Deum Amongst the religious present were the sister and niece of the jubilarian both religious of the Good Shepherd Brother Arsenuis of the Xaverian Brothers of this city is her brother and another brother Patrick C Brady of Cincinnati was present Judging from the appearance of the jubiliarian she may celebrate her dia mond jubilee and such has been the oft repeated wish of her many friends U S SATOLLI COUNCIL Celebrates End of Membership Contest With- Banquct a Satolli Council Y M I last Monday evening took a rest after the many strenuous business meetings they have bad this spring and devoted the entire evening to the enjoyment of the feast of reason and flow of soul for which Satollis social celebrations have long been noted The occasion was the offiI cial termination of the membership con test and the celebration of that event at the expense of the losers As the toastmaster was on the losing side it goes without saying that finest oratorical efforts resulted from the win ners and from those who did not partici pate actively in the contest I Mr Joseph Lenihan gave a scientific dissertation on electric railways going particularly into the size and equipment of the Cemetery line which has a gen eral reputation for the infrequency of its movementsMr J OConnor next responded to The Schooner that Did Not Pass showing that he was acquainted with the wrecking of said schooner Though he had a damp subject in Get ting In Out of tbe Wet Mr J J Kav anaugh did not allow it to quench the flow of his thoughts Mr Kavanaugh did not concede the wisdom of the old saying Tis better to have run and lost than never to have run at all Prof Carl Hemmersbachs response had a pleas it musical ring to it The other members of the losing side Will McNally and Will McDouogh each assured the members that they did not feel bad over losing but at the same time signified their intention of making some one else eat crow at the conclusion of tbe race for members which is now in progressCommodore James Perry told How He Did It as in the absence of Capt Pope the Commodore had lead the hosts to victory despite the strenuous efforts of the opposing team Edward Pope was next called upon to respond to the toast of Spring Bonnets He digressed sufficiently from the sub ject to give an interesting account of hip successful tour through the Bluegrass The toast which Wm T Leahy proposed at the close of his remarks on A Bachelors Romance was so beautiful that it made quite clear to the members the reason of Mr Leahys success in another line George Zorn responded to The Ladies and tbe ladies themselves could not have selected a warmer admirer or truer friend Mr Zorn disclaimed any ability as a public speaker but when it comes to private seanceswell enough said Phil Steutzel responded to the Poor Feed Show giving a heartrend ing account of his experience of the past couple of weeks which had prevented him from being present at the Council Ed Clem made some wise suggestions on Louisville real estate which if fol lowed by his auditors will no doubt make them all rich He deplored that Al Scbranz and Al Steber tbe other wise ones were not present to let SatollHn on the ground floor Baseballj railroading accounting and military tactics were touched upon by Frank Luckert Richard Mulloy Josephi T Kelly Frank Sale and George M Eady so there was nothing left for Pres- Ident Crotty to tell of except his sad experience with an alarm clock on after Sunday morning James M Lynch President of the In ternational Typographical Union- addreeec i the local union last Sunday statteg that he would give laM peneiwl atteatkm to the situatloa bare J ANNIVERSARY Celebration of Catholic Knights of America of the Falls tCities rlLargo Number Participate at StsMarys Eloquent and Scholarly Sermon by Father Flavian of the Franciscans a A VERY IMPOSING SPECTACLE The anniversary celebration of the Catholic Knights of America at St Marys church Eighth and Grayson streets last Sunday afternoon was an thebranches Solemnvesperllwaswas a byawere with lights and the scene was a very beautiful one The middle aisles were reserved for the Knights who filled alt of the seats ofStabsence of the Rev Father Wester mann who was ill The sermon was preached by the Rev Father Flavian an eloquent member of the Franciscan order who delivered a very beautiful and scholarly discourse taking for his text the Shepherd whobelongedaccomplish among their fellowmen for their charity and benevolence Those who lived up to the principles of the order were sitting a good example for the young and the old In the great work of Knightstothey would receive a reward not only here but in eternity Interestingdiscourse benediction of the blessed sacrament fol lowedProminent among the Knights in at tendance were Henry Felhoelter Louis Steinert Henry Bosquet William Norton President of St Marys branch Newton G Rogers Michael Reichert Charles Falk George Schuhmann John Schalda Jacob Gobey and Henry Veexeman At St Martins and St Marys Sunday morning the Knights went to holy com munion In a body In their respective parishes y LIVELY RACE Expected Between Membership Contest Teams of Trinity Council Trinity Council Y M I held a well attended meeting last Monday eveningii with President Eugene Cooney in the chair The applications for membership were received from Carl Pfalzer William E Luckert Adolph Meyer and Charles Zehnder and the Visiting Committee re ported that A C Dasslng tbe only sick member had about recovered David OConnell detailed what had transpired at the meeting of the joint committees of the three councils Tbe two captains of the membership contest teams finished selecting their teams and the race for new members promises to be a lively one as neither side has the advantage over the other in regard to hustlers CALIFORNIA TRIP Mr and Mrs William Lynch have made arrangements to take a six months vacation in California and will leave in a few days Mr Lynch lately retired from business having conducted a large and successful dry goods store here for yhiswith all patrons being ably assisted by his estimable wife who was of great assistance in the management of the business They have the best wishes of acquaintanceseshere deserved vacation SsBAZAR AND FESTIVAL congreKatlon and festival Wednesday Thursday and Friday May 24 25 and 26 The pro ceeds will be used toward paying the expenses of furnishing the interior of the new church and a good attendance is expected from Louisville and New Albany as the people of those two cities have shown a disposition in the past to ti help this worthy cause REPORTli CatholicKnightsTuesday evening at 8oclckhlStMarya school hall tobear the report of the Supreme Cpnncil from Supreme kep restntatiye John J Score All memberu- of the branch are invited to attend I J c r u V i rr K NT CY laliLl1t31 lW1Vt1 ti KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN NNIIIINININININILLI- tt avatad to tke Moral st d Social Advancement of all Irish America I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY se Btttered at the Umtsvllle Postofrlce a s SecondClass Hatter UfietiiU COlD III DflICattonato the KENTUCKY IIRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Slretl 1TRADES UNION LABEL COUNCIL 1go5YI PROPOSED BACKWARD STEP The people of Kentucky will be called upon at the ensuing Novem ber election to vote on the question of amending the Constitution of the Commonwealth so as to provide for viva voce voting in lieu of the present secret ballot system popularly t systemtVoters should have no hesitancy in casting their suffrages against this proposed change in our method of voting It would be a backward a step to return to the old system which was in vogue in this Corn monwealth up to the adoption of the present Constitution The viva voce system is a relic of slavery k times when the master watched his servant and dictated how he should vote We do not want to return to this system The great common people at least should not wish to return to it Their ballots arG sacredIt a useless waste of time and space to argue against the proposed amendment it will be snowed under so deeply by an avalanche of haUnts that it will never be resur rected again SUPPRESSING LOAN SHARKS The Legislature of Illinois passed a bill for an act at its recent session which deserves commendation and of course the Governor will sign it in order that it may become a law The bill is known as the antiloan shark bill Its provisions throw difficulties in the way of lenders off T securities Itmoney on salary provides for the acknowledging of all assignments of salaries before Justice of the Peace a copy must be served on the employer if the assignee is married his wife must also sign Usurious interest will kill the assignment which is for bidden to cover more than six months wages A law of this kind is badly needed in Kentucky In Louisville we see glaring signs in office buildings and big display ads in newspapers s reading Money Loaned on Sal U aries No Publicity II Young men who earn from 9 to 12 a week and others perhaps who get salaries of clutchesjirooof the smart fellows who conduct these loan agencies They are re L quired to pay very high rates of in 1111 rarest and as a result ate perpet underDl these circumstances is in bad shape is not his own for earnsLsay the loan shark but it would not be a libel to say so of some of these agencies which loan money on wages in Louisville The next Iegistat billusimilar to the one just passed by the Illinois Legislature It would have a wholesome effect It is bad enough to borrow money in bank with two good names on your pronifaorynotepppI3 j HOME RULE Pope Pius X has come out strongly in favor of the Irish cause in an interview with the Irish leader John E Redmond While h the Pope does not say directly that he Is in favor of home rule for Ireland he leaves that impression j Jf Popes utterances on the occa sion of the irivateaudiencebetweenl himself and Mr Redmond have lenreadwit 1 much pleasure by the friends of Ireland all over the rorld Hff Holiness wade minute iqujrieCabpui the moral political ndiuduottrl condition of Irelandl t Pat thy with the Irish National party This isi the third tinc tthe present u n 0 yC Pontiff has expressed his love for Erin The first occasion was shortly after his elevation when he received Sir Thomas G rattan Esmonde when an Irish delegation called to felici tate him on his election and the second was in sending a Cardinal from his own household to help dedicate the Cathedral of Armagh The most significant incident con nected with the visit of Mr Red monds visit to the Pope was the presentation by his Holiness to the Irish leader ofa portrait of himself on which was written the following autograph inscription- To our beloved son Redmond leader of the Irish party in the House of Commons with the wish that he together wits his equally beloved colleagues using all legal and pacific means may win that liberty which makes for the welfare of the Catholic church and the whole country we impart our apos tolic benediction with particular af fection While the predecessors of Pope Pius have all been friendly to the Irish cause none have shown their friendship so openly as the present Pontiff who is himself one of the peopleThe Pope no doubt is well aware of the injustice which the British Government imposes on the Irish people He need not depend fo this information from Catholic sources Protestant statesmen the world over have frequently called attention to this injustice Mr Thomas W Russell M P leader of the Ulster Protestant Land thae well known book Ireland and the Empire gave the following interesting facts and figures in a recent speech in the House of Commons liThe system of government in Ireland is extravagant and costly England extracts from Ireland some thing like ten million per annum 10000000 in the shape of taxa tion The cost of the government of Ireland is something like seven millions That is to say after the government of Ireland is paid for out of Irish taxation three millions Imperialfcontribution of Ireland Here is a country Ireland poor and nee glected yet this great rich country of England extracts three millions as Imperial tribute to pay for an army from which Ireland gets no benefit Moreover you tax Ireland more than Scotland which was a population about the same in num bea The Lord Lieutenancy costs 36557 In Scotland it costs nothing The Local Government Board in Ireland costs 79875 In Scotland it costs l15825 The Registrar General in Ireland costs 229r3in Scotland i2 229 The Supreme Court of Jadicature Coun ty Court and law charges in Ireland cost 421686 The Scotch legal expense cost l259373The Royal Irish Constabulary and Metropolitan police cost 1569214 The whole of Scotland is policed forI 539000 It is no wonder that the Pope having access to facts like these is in favor bt bome rule for the Irish people Prof Benjamin Ide Wheeler ofI the Universary of California advo cates the enactment of laws taxing bachelors He says the State can not exist without the home Between morals and religion there an be no dividing line in his opin ii bn Bachelors and club men are audits and outcasts They dont toe part in the normal workofX society and should be taxed says the ipfcpfessor Weare acquainted with sbVevsry amiable ttsd correct jj- r vi S a bachelors who are neither bandits nor outcasts The professor putt it a little strong but it wouldnt be amiss for some of the bachelors to read Prof Wheelers address in full It might do them good to know how bad they really are The Indiana Legislature enacted at least one statute at its last ses sion which should meet the appro bation of the people of Louisville and Kentucky The act whir makes it difficult for nonresidents s to secure marriage licenses will1 have the effect of decreasing the divorce dockets in the Kentucky courts No more elopers can secure marriage licenses in Jeffersonville or New Albany The law says the female must have resided in the State at least tbirty days before a license can be issued by the County Clerk and she must also appear at the Courthouse in person to an swer thirty other questions amon them her age before a license may issue The matrimonial steerer across the river are trying to find some way to circumvent the new law but it is not likely they will1 be able to do so I The fifteenth annual biennialI convention of the Catholic Knight- of America which was held in St Louis this week was an interesting event in the history of this great benevolent organization In our editorial correspondence printed onI I another page of this issue will be found interesting details of the meeting The reports ol the Supreme officers show the order to bin e a flourishing condition Ken tuck Knights will read the pro ceedings with interest Andrew Carnegie has written a book in which he asserts that only those who are born to earn their own support are the successful ones in life and the needed leaders of Lonrg centsprimer a thousand or accepted cordwood iin payment for subscriptions or h wouldnt talk that way He always had a high protective tariff to help him along He mauled rails it i true but with a trip hammer and1 charged 30 a ton fox them in this country while he sold them abroad11 for 25 Yet Mr Carnegie is a pretty good fellow On Monday last 12314 immi grants landed at the port of New York breaking all previous records One steamship the Pretoriabrought in 2205 This lauding of over 12 000 foreigners in one day ought to be enough to break the hearts of the Junior Order of American Mechanics Societies But since the Irish themselves have tried to dis courage immigration the Junior Order has subsided to some extent We agree with the Louisville Times in the statement that the Park Commissioners should provide additional courts in the public parks for tennis players The parks are the public play grounds Tennis is a harmless and healthful I sport and the Park Commissioners should encourage it It is suite to women and children as well amen s and it is hoped the Commissioners will provide the ac ommo dations asked for The Kentucky Derby which inaugurated the opening of the racing season of the Louisville Jockey Club broughtout a great crowd notwith standing unfavorable weather con ditions The historic race was won by Capt Sam Browns Agile with Capt Jim Williams Rams Horn second The races conducted by the Jockey Club this year are of a high class and the Western Turf Association is to be congratulated- on securing the Louisville Jockey Club in its membership Every man who is the father of a dozen or more children need not necessarily write a letter to the president abott it These kind of letters are getting to be a little bit monotonous To remove machine oil stains from white linen urat atain with fresh lard robbing it in well The stain will disappear vrbea the garmcat fa washed Atniaonlal wli answer the snarepnrpoie itlt appHedimmrdfatalj + n ItT c i i w 1 r 4 4t DONT STOP MY PAPER Dont stop niy paper editor Dont strike my name off yet You know the times are stringent And dollars hard to get But tug a little harder Is what I mean to do And scrape the dimes together Enough for me and you I cant afford to drop it And I find it doesnt pay To do without the paper However others may I hate to oak my neighbors loanh it Why dont you have your own You cant tell how we miss it If it by any fate Should happen not to reach us Or come a little late Then ail is in a hubbub And things go all awry And editor if youre married Youll know the reason why The children want their portion And wife is anxious too At first to glance it over And then to read it through- I read the editorials The locals I peruse correspondencegAnd every bit of news s S63twYi eiYisASf li OiOeiETY j Mr and Mrs E S Monahon are home from New York aNick Holzer the well known salesman spent Sunday with his parents at Mad ison Ind Miss Mary Mock has returned from Danville after a delightful visit with Miss Alice Foley Mrs Edward Nally has returned from Springfield where she visited the home of George Clements Mrs Honora Murphy left last week and will spend the summer on her farm near Henryville Ind Judge Joe ONeal and family have moved to their country home at Pewee Valley for the summer Mrs John Foley Fourth street hasI had as her guest this week her charming cousin Miss May Woods of Cincinnati rMrs Fannie Koehler of Lancaster I who was the guest of Mrs Jt T Brady iinI Portland has gone to Terre Haute Ind I ISam Dant and wife and children en ijoyed I a pleasant visit with the family ofl I Banker Sylvester Rapier at New Haven eMrs V OConnor and Mrs C Buller of Cincinnati were this week the guests lof their mother Mrs M Dermody Thir streets I IMiss Nora Mcbonough will enterta the Young Ladys Euchre Club at her eveningSMay 23 Miss Hannah Malia of Zane street has entirely recovered from her recent illness and is now able to receive her friends I Mrs William J Chawk Jr and chit dren have returned from Cleveland I where they had been visiting for the I past month Miss Mary Dell Murphy has been visit ing Lebanon as the guest of Miss Otillia Merkley and was the recipient of much social attention Mrs William Hendricks of Indian apolls is here on a visit to her parents Mr and Mrs Matt Brennan of 1104 West Oak street Mr John Doolan of West St Cather ine street has entirely recovered fromI his recent illness and is now able to resume his duties at Belknap Co Mr William M Higgins the genial editor of the Kentucky Irish American who has been attending the Catholic Knights convention in St Louis during the past week is expected home tonight or tomorrow morning James Riley of Seventh and Oldham streets who has been at St Josephs In attackdof blood poisoning is now recovering rapidly and will probably be moved home in a couple of days Mrs Hannah Malia of 1122 Zane street accompanied by her daughter Miss Sallie left last Saturday to visit her daughter Mrs P M Raney of Nash ville Before returning home they will visit friends in Ashevllle N C The sunset excursion to be given by the Nonpareil Club on the steamer Coll umbra on Saturday afternoon May 27 promises to be a big social success Not only are the young people interested but the older folks will be on hand in large numbers to pass away an afternoon of pleasure And outdoor recreation A very good musical program has been arranged MRS CARNEGIE CONTRIBUTED The iky steam laundry of the House of Good Shepherd for Colored Girls on the Calverton Road Baltimore for which Mrs Andrew Carnegie contributed 5000 is now ready for occupancy A generous Baltimorean whose name is not given contributed 1000 toward the fund for the laundry About two year ago when the project of installing an uptodate teamllaundry was first con sidered Sister Mary Agnus Superintend ent of the home wrote to Mrs Carnegie asking for a contribution In reply Mrs Carnegie said she would send a check for 5000 bOQU as the laundry was under roof Last December the roof was put on the new building Mrs Carnegie was notified awl tke ckecI was receivedby return snail J nT PANAMA CANAL r Enormous Pdrcc Required to Build the BI3 Ditch i Speaking of the physical wirk of build ing the Panama canal John F Wallace chiefengineer of the Panama Commis sion said that an organization bad been formed embodying 8000 men Of this number 6000 are engaged in equipment and construction work and 2000 men are policing the canal zone and in sani tary work and in cleaning up the isth musThls organization will be rapidly increased and has been increasing at the rate of from 800 to 1000 men a month Of the total number of men employed 10 per cent are high class men from the United States and the rest are mechanics artisans and laborers who have been brought from the nearby South and Cen tral Americau coasts and from the West Indian islands DONKEY PARTY The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will bold their reg ular meeting in the Hopkins Theatre building next Wednesday evening and the entertainment committee has ar ranged a donkey parjy for the benefit of the members Reports will also be heard from the Green and Gold teams in the membership conte- stULSTERI ORANGEMEN They Arc Wild Because Under Secretary MacDonald Is a Catholic The Orangemen of Ulster are wild because Sir Anthony MacDonald Under Secretary of State for Ireland is a Catho lic an Irishman and a Home Ruler They have done everything possible in apolitical way to oust him and failed His great crimes are that he is a Catholic and a Home Ruler They would not care a fig if a man called himself an Irishman without these two anti Orange titles He has just added to the number of his high crimes and misdemeanors by now visiting the Right Rev Dr McCor mack Bishop of Galway and the Rev Canon Canton Anthenry There will blots e of questions in Parliament by the Orange members of Parliament as to the loyalty of Sir Anthony because of his visits to Irish Bishops and priests Of course these visits are in connection with his official duties but that will not satisfy the bigots I TOTAL ABSTINENCE Members of the Only Soclct About the Falls Renew Obligationsd Catholiac Total Obstinence Society of New Albany renewed their obligations last Sunday afternoon in the presence of a large con gregation of Catholics and non Catbollcs Rev Edward R Kenney assistant rector of the church conducted the ceremony All the parochial school children turned out and the temperance cadets also joined in the ceremony which was edify tug and imposing This is the only Catholic total abstinence society in the Falls Cities It was organized over thirty years ago At both masses last Sunday Father Kenney spoke of the good work o the society and the need most men have for abstaining from intoxicants Father Kenney is as strong an advocate of total1 abstinence as was his predecessor Father John B Kelly For many years Holy Trinity was the largest total abstinence society in In diana and it is yet one of the most influential Among its members are some of the leading business men of the city and mauy of the prominent young men in the congregation All of the old members took the obligation Some of them have been faithful members for twentyfive or thirty years I WOMAN AND MASTER Ina company of ladies not long ago the question came up for discussion as to which husband was the better liked the one who was decidedly master in his own home or the one who let his wife have her way in everything And strange to say the concensus of opinion was that the masterful man is the one every time There may be various psychologic reasons for this but the paramount ones seem to be summed up in the following from the pen of Helen Oldfield a well known writer To tell the truth however much women may inveigh against marital authority all women more or less enjoy being governed not tyrannized over but looked out for and relieved of responsi bility by some one whom they lose and who loves them There is not a woman living who does not Iin her heart of i hearts delight Iin being governed pro I vided the rule is tender and just and iis exercised by the man to whom she has given her heart Only a hopelessly weak and foolish woman ever rebels The stronger a woman is intellectually the more force of character which she possesses the greater the satisfaction which she takes in voluntarily crowning her king and bending the knee in homage to him A weak woman can never thoroughly appreciate the joy which comes of surrender to the strength which she admires and loves but this joy Is the crown of bliss in marriage to a woman of strong mind and will These are not the women who cry out against domestic tyranny andsay that the women should rule within the house that a mans rule should cease at the threshold of his office Sucha woman as these would not exchange the delicioutseasah lion of yielding her own strong perfect confidence to oue wuicb is stronger and she thinks wiser than ber glen for any paltry pleasure in having I liar own way Cg a tl- l U d tJ + tttt + tftlDONT BE DECEIVED Fine talk and fine clothes may deceive you but fig ures wont lie Stop in at 4252729 East Market St I want to show you the most complete stock of Furniture Carpets and Stoves in Louisville at reasonable prices VelvetCarpetsand Ranges I have four large floors 65x185 feet full + of stylish and substantial goods They are the same as you get at the stores in aristocratic quarters all but the prices Prices are the lowest in the city I am satisfied Pretentious tC Mother economies off the price Come in and get my prices compare them with others on the same goods and buy where prices are lowest JAMES GREENE4252729 EAST MARKET STREET It It It It It ++ H + It+ It + ++ PATRONIZF HOME INDUSTRY IF ITS OUR CURE YOU KNOW ITS PURE GOVERNMENT INSPECTION Our Brands Yorkshire and Kentucky HAMS BACON LARD AND SAUSAGE Cannot be excelled in Call for packingfastT 1 i KENTUCKY p P4CHIN6 AND NOW TIMEYTO BUY A STRAW HAT ANDE lYTS IS THE PLACE LEVYS SPECIAL SI50 LEVYS LEADER S200- LEVYS SPECIAL 300 PANAMAS S3 to S750 I YOUNG MANS DEATH William J Barrett one of the Stdl known young meu of the Highlands an l about town generally died Thursday morning at the residence of his parents Mr and Mrs Thomas F Barrett at 1032 Morton avenue The funeral took place from St Brigids church this morning 9 oclock Interment in St Louis ceme tery v DAINTINESS If any woman in the world were allowed three wishes she would nine chances to one demand beauty wealth and cleverness In this order are the good things of life valued by a woman She would rathtr have a pretty face than anything else in the world Next to that she wants the money wherewith to drisa up that pretty face and finally for no reason in particular she would like a little brains thrown in just enough to make her clever at repartee and able to say nice things when they are needed and able to understand learned things when they are said Yet no amount of money in the world no beautiful face no clever ness can make up for lack of daintiness Daintiness Iis the quality which in a mans eyes distinguishes A woman from the other sex and from all others of her own sex It is the quality which Rive her charm of manner of voice and ap pearance To clean black cashmere wash in good ot suds in which a little borax has been dissolved Rinse in strong blue waterv Do not wring itliut bang up dripping end thea iron while damp If this Is deal thg material will nook quitel new ili1I f COBOTH PHONES 180 I 1111 STOCKYARDSBUCKINGHAM I WEEK COMMENCING SVNDA7 MAya MstioMi Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday SAM DEVERES OWN COMPANY BIGGER AND BRIGHTER THAN EVER HAMMERS GflRDEN Coolest Place in the City Cool Refreshments FIRST CLASS ORCHESTRA Concerts Daily Take Jacob Park car via Seventh street PHOENIX HILL PARK Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics i Socials OutingsT- his beautiful retl furolshedwith Parties manStdl KATIE AGNES SMITH tFormerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EHBALMER children to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 652 Fifth Street HOLLYS PilECURE t eetorders receive yourdruggistBros 2324 W Walnut St Loniville Ky YISEJCINO The King of Slam has issued a decree forbidding gambling In this decree the King says I have long been impressed by the fact that although the revenue de rived from gambling IS an important factor in the finances of the kingdom c jbe evils resulting therefrom are much greater than benefits People expend in gambling not only their own wealth butt wesjh of others They devote to gambling time during which they aboard gamblingisis cosqaitted iJ k kn u- J U n n u t I 1 TOCXY 11flki AlIERI0 N u ttt + t + 1 Gran W Smiths Son9 AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCa- rriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Noti- ceSTREET l 700 WEST WALNUT r I TELEPHONE 810 0 0 to 0 0 0 II 0 O 11I1ir1 1 11 IHH THOMAS KEENANI 11Funeral Director and Embalmer All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages Furnished for All Occasion i I 1 1Both Phones 365 1225 W MARKET STREET H1H 11 11 1 1 l lw1 11 1 1 Jut 1111 1 I 1 111IHHIIH1 I 1 11 1 +1 1 1 l HmriM 1 111 I I H I I I I I I 1 +1 I I I I I I I I1H I I I I IIIII 11+11 J E TRACY J H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 2 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS STREETShortHHHIl IMM 4 Un t ttttt f t HtfH ftt DflNlEL J DOUGHERTY t FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER BOTH PHONES 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1231 West Market Street Bet 12th and 13thtAll CUs Answered Promptly Dy or Night j+ t + + + + + ti HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 JM Jo BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMERrt 838 HKST tIN STRBET 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 r MRS JOHN J BARRETT l r BEAUTIFUL TEETHA- dd to the attractivenessI of a HANDS OllE FWID r The popularity of my Dentistry is the result of bouest application of the most perfect professional knowledge I admit it is possible to secure service equal to mine but at much higher prices F DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist Bacon Building 551 FOURTH AVENUE about the superior qualities ofour Diamond Wall Plaster It is up to the top notch of excellence and guaranteed in every way Why not let us give you quotations KeilIUC CotkP Incorporated TELEPHONE 2267 Irsok and River Louisville Kyy Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plus tet Jeffersonvllle Ind Telephone 655 38OOTO CALIFORNIA AND THE NORTHWEST- From Louisville Via the JHENOERSONROUTE Corresponding low rates to Washing ton Oregon Utah Montana and all In ttrnediate points Tickets on tale dally rip to and including May 15 1905 Also Q special home seekers rates to the West r youcontemplate thatyourRoute between Louisville and St Louis Free reclining chair cars on all of our St Lorna trainsDirect connections in St Ix ttiU UaiWIrtatioi with all liRtEl the Wait raft Sbpthwest L I IRwflr u- LouiWlfeXyBssRerJgeM- f II- i l P PETER M AANDRIOT E 8SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and RubberTires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST HENRY AIJIi J PPHIS DYER AND CLEANER AppareliPhone 36jS 528 Fifth Street W H PIPES 347 FIFTH STREET Real Estate Loans EstateAnyAmountsBring Houses and Lots Boughts and Sold Loans Negotiated Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASSl EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ COt Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET HERRMANNBROSIJ4POaTHJlS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially PEARL OFNELSOH BOTTLED IN 1OND TelI+ Ii1i If4i1 Z 4SUtllSktct c s Q 1 11 NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB S ring I Twenty Days Racing Day I May 10 and Ending MeetingKNIGIITS SIX HIGHCLASS RACES DAY Clark Handicap Today Bashford Manor 16 Bluegrass Stakes Wednesday May 17 May IS ALL LOCALTALENr All lovers of good vaudeville and especially those interested in local talent should attend the minstrel and dance given next Wednesday evening at Fbccnix Hill Park under the personal direction of Mr Sylvester Grove whose cut appears in this article Among the list of performers are Ned Risley Thomas P Clines Gus Meyer Peter Schreck Sylvester Grove and other well known entertainers Each of these performers have a large local following who are sure to attend Twentyfive cents is the cost of admission FINISHED Contractor Joe Mackin has finished the stone work on the new St Catherines Academy building near Springfield Last Monday work was begun on the boiler house for which he also has the contract The Sisters expect to be able to open the institution in September ANNIVERSARY Tomorrow the Catholic Womans Club will celebrate the second anniversary of the opening of their club house on Walnut street The occasion will be ob served with a thanksgiving mass at the Cathedral at 7 oclock when as many members as can will receive holy com munion Evtry day adds to the popu larity and success of this most worthy womans organization t118hl dAN PICNIC Division 2 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will give a picnic at Phoenix Hill Perk Monday June 19 This divis Ion uuder the leadership of its hustling President C J Ford is making rapid strides financiully and numerically and this picnic will probably net a neat sum for its treasury GIRL WHO WORKS Honor is due to the young woman who earns her own living She is not willing to be a drone She can not stomach the bread of idleness She is loth to be a burden on her parents after she is old enough to work for her own food So she goes out into the world seeking em ployment There are many young women today who see their fathers health declining who know that practically he is sacrificing his life by staring at his occupation to earn a living for his family and who let him x on unaided until he dies in his tracks They will not go out to work They are afraid that tneyd lose caste in their society set But when their father is dead and gone they wail and shed tears and say how good he was and bow much they loved him when as a fact by their Ibziuesa by their fear of what they will say and by their demands on his purse they helped to shorten his lice There in no reason why every young woman should out fulfill the law In the sweat of thy brow ahalt thou eat thy bread There is no reason why they must be maintained iu idleness until some man marries them They are no better than their brothers They were not made to be put under a glass case Let young women in homes not able to support them at ease hunt a situation Let them go to work And then instead of spending every cent of their earnings on fancy clothes let them give the most of the money to their parents for the general wellfare of the gamily In that way they can show their gratitude for the care taken of them since their birth and prove that their love is not made up of empty words DEFINED An Englishman was asking for information about the stare of education in an Irish county Can they all read and write Troth they can every mothers son of them Have yoit no ignoramuses atriing you jNiver aone1 riDo you know the meaning bt the word fgnoramuk I do WhatjiftA like yo rfelf I Wed fine jobpsIetiag L l 7vb SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Pourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month BarryVicehy J Sullivan Recording Secretary Thomas Kee uan Jr Financial Secretary Peter J Cnsick 1911 Bank Street Treasurer Thomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvenings President Con J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording Secretary Joe Lynch Financial Secretary ohn T Keaney 1336 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentPatrick J Welch Recording SecretaryJohn Morris Financial Secretary Pat King 1846 Lytle Stree- tTreasurerD T Coleman BegleySergeantatArms Riley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn M5 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerWilliam J Connelly DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentMichael Kinney PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentMichael Breen Recording Secretary J B Murphy Jr TreasurerLouisConstantine Gleason Marshal Peter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Ford Y 111 I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street President William Kerberg First Vice President W Shaughnessy Second Vice PresidentB J Sands Recording SecretaryPrank Morgan Financial Secretary George J LautE Corresponding Secretary F Lanahan Treasurer Joseph Steltenpohl Marshal John Kenney Inside SentinelJohn Stewart Outside SentinelPatrick Mullarkey SATOLLI COUNCIL 193 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club- Rooms Wells Building 636 4th Ave PresidentJohn J Crotty First Vice President William J OConnorSecond Vice President J J Kava nsfjh Financial SecretaryWill P McDonI ogh 1212 Sixth Street Recording SecretaryJos Lenihan Corresponding SecretaryJ PaheyITreasurerJames B Perry Marshal George S Zorn Inside Sentinel Joseph Kelly Outside SentinelSaml J Boldrick MISSIONARY PRIEST Rev Father Gushing a Friend of Bishop McCloskays Dies Suddenly The Rev Father Cushing a well known missionary priest died suddenly at theI hospital of the Sisters of Mercy in Den ver Col May 1 His funeral took place May 4 Bishop Metz and many priests being present The deceased priest was born in County Cork Ireland and was educated in Rome He was a friend of the present Bishop of Louisville Dr William George McCloskey while the latter lived in Rome and was also a friend of the late Father Gambon of St PatI ricks church this city Father Cushing spoke Irish fluently and spent some years at Castle Garden New York in the interest of Irish immigrants to this coun try He was also a missionary among the Indians of the Northwest and inI Canada He is survived by a brother James Gushing who lives in Denver REAL BIG STICK The shillalah accounted Irelands na tlonal weapon of defense was originally a common blackthorn stick but in mod ern times it has been replaced by the more wiry ash sapling Thereat sbiUalah is ft young shoot of the sloe shrub or blackthorn pulled by the root from the crevice of some rock After being trimmed it fis placed in the smoke of turf peatwhich softens the herd fiber and when it has reached H condition a pliant as rubber it is straightened When cooled in the air it becomes as strong and I firm as Iron The trimming process 1is then continued and when It udesue make a particularly bandson the spurs w effer + tion fbra 1 I US Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Tomorrow there will be iinitiations in Louisville Evansville and Nashville July 4 has been fixed as the date for the institution ofa council at Franklin Pa Milwaukee Council has made elaborate preparations for the initiation to take 21yA council has been instituted at Chip pewa Falls Nisr and two others are being organized Kaukauna and Antigo Reports of the Ohio State Council show the order has increase 1500 members during the past year in the Buckeye State and how numbers 7000 District Deputy Brew and a team from Erin Council have been invited to put on the first degree for the new council to be instituted at Kittaning the latter part of this month or earlv in June More than 1000 Knig ts attended the New York State convention After the formal opening the delegates marched to St Patricks Cathedral where solemn high mass was celebrated by Archbishop Farley The report of the State Secretary read at the annual Wisconsin State Council at Pond du Lac last week showed twenty councils with a total membership oi 21500 in Wisconsin a gain of 500 since the last council Last Sunday a class of fifty was in itiated into the council at Fort Dodge Iowa The council at Cascade will con fer the degrees on a class of sixty mem bers on Monday May 21 The order is making phenomenal strides in Iowa and other Western States JOINS THE NUNS Miss Jessie Deane Field one of the most popular and accomplished young women of Owensboro will soon join the Sisters of the Sacred Heart at Albany N Y Miss Fields decision comes as quite B surprise to her friends in society though the has been known ao a charity worker and very religious for several years She left Owensboro last week to visit St Louis friends before entering the convent LAROE CLASS Rev Father Conniff will administer the sacrament of first holy communion to a large class on Sunday morning May 28 The boys and girls have been receiving special instructions for some time past and are fully prepared for the day which is one of the happiest in the year for the people of the Church of Our Lady SWEET POTATO BUNS Three large sweet potatoes one and onehalf pints of flour pinch of salt one and onehalf teaspoonfuls baking pow der one pint cream Boil potatoes ten der rub them very fine with cream Sift together flour salt and powder add to potato preparation Mix into rather firm smooth dougb form into round pieces size of small egg Lay on greased tin and bake in hot oven twenty minutes WORLDS POPULATION One fourtb of the people of the earth die before the age of six onehalf before the age of sixteen and only one person in each hundred torn lives to the age of twentyfive The deaths are estimat ed at sixtyseven a minute 97790- a day 35639835 a year and the births at seventy a minute 100030 a day 36 792000 a year The worlds popula tion therefore gains about 1100000 every year THE MAN IN GRAY Beautiful ThrceColur Print Ila Colors of the Confederacy As its offering of respect to the Con federate Veterans Reunion the Hender son Route is distributing a beautiful tbree color print entitled The Man in Gray which is receiving wide spread admiration throughout the entire South The picture which is printed from an extra fine etching reproduced from an original drawing by Mr RobertM Hooe the celebrated artist of the Louisville Courier Journal is 16x22 inches and is printed on fine enameled paper sufficiently heavy for use unframed but- equally suitable forframing It is executed in the three cardinal colors ot the ConfederaCygray blue and redon a white backgroundand has been rightly termed by critics 9a gemThey are inclosed In strawboard niail ing tubes for safe transmission by mail breakageandt Serd five red stamps to Ll Irwin eauifulreproductioDi you are from the North or out of the adsmirer of the Hero of the crdy1t Is that of yours pure pr meant Il ui a FRflNK EEHR BREWING 60INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers 1LOUISVILLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE icise Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener BeerYBREWED BY SENN Be ACKERMAN I2EWL Q COMPA1TYINQ- ORPORATE37TELEPHONE 4B2 LOUX VILLE KW Cumb Phone MaIn 1913 1913TIWIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOIZ IINsCELEBRATED CREAM BEER Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MA- DEOERTELJOHN FBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue c3 Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN B FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aooa = LOUISVILLE KY WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS- SALOON VAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock jfjgsa xv OTJTCHJTV RT- QO TO Pioneer Bottling House FO- RIISTRAIGHT WHISKIES BIG JUG AT DOOR JP DANT913 WEST BROADWAY sear Union Sutloi BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE TO Indianapolis Peoria Chicago A1OIAUo POJHM HI INDIANA and it MICHIGAN Cleveland Buffalo Kiw York Boston AND ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished on application at City Ticket Office Big Four Rwrte iftli Hearth Ave or write to S r 7 Gate fr1 f I Baeegigt- u 1 u t Both Phones 1180 Established 1863 JOHN B1RATTERMAN Successor to Mrs George Ratterraaa 1 DIRBCTORAND occasionsAn f 1119 W MARKET ST MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTERO- PEN DAY AND NIGHT S04 WJefferstn StreetOTTO E VENT Proprietor Home Phone 4715 Cum- bu3I4LOIiISar CBTHOMPSON 1ROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 INJeIlSl Both Telephones 1050 atteiltluptfefactlon aad SpecialMyferterboyefor u H n =I KE TUCKY IRISH 4 THE BIG STORE 1 Popular Outfitters to the People Always With the Newest and Uptodate Wearing Apparel at F Popular Pdcessf f Alens Suits 5 750 SIId 12 SIS 520 Young Men Suit57W 1012 15 Boys Knee Pants Suits 5150 5250 350 554 UNION MADE CLOTHING ALWAYS AT I I THE BIG STOREMILTON MMARBLESTONE d CO 424 to 434 Market Fourth St and WestII PIANO BUYINGE J SAFE AND SATISFACTORY Buy your Piano at the Store you think can serve you best The store that has the greatest variety and the leading makes The store that treats you most liberally and leaves the most money in your pocket The secret is BUSINESS POLICY buUng right and selling right selling at fair prices by eliminating every needless expense and bring content with small profit and more business We offer splendid valuables at Recordbreaking prices this week 400 New Upright Pianos Reduced to 290 325 New Upright Pianos Reduced fo 200 275 New Upright Pianos Reduced to 165 MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Osasooo FOURTH AVENUE + + + l sppppp+ + + + e fle Ropers BOOK GO e 1 BOOKS AND ROSARIES rf TO SUIT EVERY TASTE 03 call and inspect our line of goods They are the j finest of their kind iin the city vD GZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES tOF EVERY DESCRIPTION V Jeiaerson Street g e S8 S8stes eTTrr TTTTTTTTTftMt tM MM M IIppNEW LINE+ t t ready There are sev things that you havent Let us show them to i Also our usual full line of RINGS PINS and j i BRUNN Crosses and Rosaries for Confirmation West Gifts 530 Market tt + + ttH ft I I I ft I I tt rIII I II1I If1III 3 4I dN I HnII I I I HI1 t I I 1 COFFEEOF LOUISVILLE- I sell the best coffee of all kinds and ROAST IT FRESH EVERY DAYwhich no other I Louisville retailer does Phone me a trial order for my special package of 3 Ibs I would like for you in black greeu Tea or at mixed 50cII MULLOY COFFEE ROASTER t 1 home Phone 1333 Ji1t14 W MAI2ICEP STREET + P ifoI I I 11 I I II I I I 11 H 1 I 11 1 111 I I t tI tI t 11 I I I I 1 I I 1 r I Iej r L iii UNION ICE CREAM CO- If you want a nice dessert for your dinner telephone us your order Finest Vanilla Cream Per gal GOc All kinds of Sberbert per gal 60c i I to 75c to 76c Peach Strawberry Chocolate 75c Charlotte Russe per bowl 25c McIb85c 50c Brick Cream four flavors per gal Milk Butter and Sweet Cream a Jt00 Specialty UNION ICE CREAM CO 627633 EIGHTH STREET Special attention to shipping orders Home phone 2144 Cumb main 389 IH1i I H II I I i HIII IIMI 01IMI I IIMHI I I I IHMMiMI J f FISHING OUTFIT iI 1 o 200 iii IIWJRZf w RODSCsneletisg KING ol 3plcce Bamboo Castle Quadruple Mel Bass Line Package Pine Soelled llool Float Assortmentl of Sinkers Stringer and dlsgorgen Retail price 300 Large assortment ol Bristol Rods Shakes 1peare11c Ib THE SUTCLIFFE CO 225 FOURTH AVENUE iin 00 fntl t nt rft ft tit + f f f + If ft t I W OJlAKPAGJOIB CAL KOTJ3-i rF ai WtQr11 Street LI0 O J 01ai f ttiu is i lIIiZt lo 1 rel OOI THIS WEEK WILL BE A CONTINUA= I L OF THE LARGEST I I I ITION r I I Wash Goods a1e I I i IIEVER HELD IN LOUISVILLE Thousands of dollars worth of clean crisp wash goods bought at a housclToBARGAINS Market Street 1TISTORE THAT ALWAYS DOES THJNGS RIGHT 1pt tttilt eeteoeeoeee + ISd seee IRELAND Record of the Host Important ofI the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The people of Cashel pave contributed 200 to the United Irish parliamentary fund Miss Ellen OFlaherty for years principal in the workhouse schools at Oughterard has just succumbed to illnessMost Rev Dr Henry Bishop of Down and Connor administered confirmation to about 340 children and adults Antrim recently James A Gordon builder and con tractor of Newtownards was killed reo ceutly while riding through Donaghadee on his motor bicycle According to official statistics 37415 emigrants left Ireland last year being decrease of 3244 as compared with the preceding twelve months At the opening of the city quarter ses lions the Recorder of Dubliu was pi seated with a pair of white gloves the re being no criminal business The School Committee in Munster has offered a valuable prize to the six school pupils showing the beat knowledge of Irish reading and conversation At a meeting of the agricultural tenants on the Armott estate in Bandon it was stated that the Estate Commissioners had decided to break up the estate The subscriptions to the memory of the late Father Alexis Quinlan of Tipperary now amount to over 1000 Sever- Chicago J priests recently 100 The drapery establishment of Miss Johnson at Rauelagh was damaged to the extent of I1500 by fire It is understood that the damage is covered by iin- surance A public meeting was held at Kilkenn to protest against the new rule Speecb were delivered by Canon Doyle Rev Dr Barry and others and a letter was read from Dean Howley Sir Antony Patrick MacDonnell the man of the hour in Ireland is a Mayo county man and is a practical Catholic He served in India being Lieutenant Governor of the Northwest provinces At a convention of United Irish League branches at Headford Joseph A Glynn Chairman of the Galway County Coun cil was selected as the candidate of the League for the division at the coming electionThe Cork County Council passedfresolution protesting against packing practiced at the last Cork assizes and decided to open a fund to sustain the families of tbe victims of the Watergra- hill prosecutions In administering confirmation tonnumber of children in Ballindine an Irishtown parishes County Mayo hisGrace the Archbishop of Tuam referrsto the land question and advised the peoll pIe to meet the landlords in a fair anctfriendly spirit A large and representative meeting KUlameyinis to be attached to the All Ireland tem perance bazar to be held in Dublin Very Rev Father Hayes presided and delivered an eloquent address on the drink evil John Rogers a highly respected farmer of Castleisland Schull harbor was en gaged cutting furze on the top of a cliff near the edge when he stumbled and fell to the bottom a distance of seventy feet When picked up he was dead Great sympathy is felt for the relatives of the deceasedwho way a most indus of trious man be Oil Sunday the house of a respectab- lfarmelnamed Carroll residing at Crean halfway between Croom and Brufftc County Limerick is reported to have been entered by a man fthcttramp rinse in the absence of the family and a small sum of mqney together with several articles iDE clothing etc were taken from the premises William Rowley ount Campbell met his tenants in I CotlIltytelirimto chase After some the landlord made t a coaster ode WM arrived atTlae c on both sides with great frankness and I considerable detail A fatal accident occurred at tbe mines I near Ballydehob County Court by which a young man named Connell lost his life The deceased was working underground and was fatally injured by a fall of earth from overhead He was tended by Father UcSweenev and Dr Sblpsey but his injuries were too severe 1 and he died within a short time tI enA fire which might lave been attendedjI with fatal consequences HalllDonacloneYi j i I that Brown was awakened by a smell of smoke dense volumes of which filled theII house On proceeding down stairs atobserved that the dining room was on fire He immediately aroused the other members of the household After hours persistent work the flames we extinguished The damage done was considerable but it is understood that it Iis covered by Insurance- a At the Castlerea sessions lately Mr Heverin solicitor for the Taaffe tenants drew the attention of his honor to the fact that the large number of ejectmen- e on this estate were the landlords answer to the tenants refusal to accept an ex orbitant offer to sell The former own allowed an abatement annually The successor refused and proceeded for tLeA hanging gate The intention of the land lordwas to coerce the tenants into accepting his terms His honor in grantingj decrees stayed the execution reduced the claims and advised the landlord to allow the usual abatement RECENT DEATHSI ui6rtaldLoeffler was to rein st j St Louis cemetery The funeral too place from St Johns and the large attendance l I at the requiem mass attested th t high esteem In which she was held b her wide circle of friends oldsast 1 si day morning in his seventyninth yeart The funeral took lace from the residence of his soninlaw Mr George Dehler ofc 1144 East Broadway yesterday morning at 930 oclock and from St Mary Mag dalene church at 10 oclock The interment was in Cave Hill cemetery I The sudden death of Mr John G Buxe in a railroad accident last Saturday caused much Sorrow among his manYt friends and acquaintances as the dew ceased was a man of many estimable e qualities The funeral took place fromi the family residence 1181 Sixth street Monday morning at 830 oclock any 1I rom St Martins church at 9 oclock The interment was in St Louis cemetery tooasplace from Sacred Heart church Monday morning at 9 o lock The deceased wasI odAugust De Rope of 1625 West Walnutt The family have the sincere sympathy of their many friends by th loss they have sustained in tbe death of his bright young man of BUCKlftIOnAMg Sam Deverea Own Company with its bright burlesque and entertaining special ties will be thee next attraction at the Buckingham The merits of this show are well known to Louisville theatergoers and with she visitors to the races will be a sure guarantee of large audiencesJ during the engagement FONTAINE FERRY PARKre Fontaine Perry Park still continues to to draw large crowds The different classes amusements combined there seem to filling a long felt want for local manea ggejnentrdeserves great credit for its en iud from present indications will not be sorry for the step they took locating here HAMMERS PARK the Hammers Garden umder the personal supervision of Mr Caspar Hammer has opened for the season and the public can expect the fair vA cordial treatment season that ihey have received in + hestrett car ride to this park Anywhere in thesuforvisiton pai the r MarketStreet I i10 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Put Week=General NotesatThe application of Tim Broderick was received by Division 4 IDivision 1 had several interesting de bates at its meeting Tuesday evening IDivision 3 will meet Monday evening and Division 2 will meet Friday evening againstbethat missed both of 1 last months meetings Hibernianans will soon begi repreparing for the national convention which will be held next year at Sarato SpringsDivision 4 was recently organized membershipfiftyrag of numerous in far off Washington tsDlvlslon 5 of Toledo is organizing a Ladies Auxiliary in the Good Shepherd parish Rev Patrick OBrien encouraging erandgiving the movement his hearty sup port movement is under way to organize a base ball league among the Minneapo Us divisions and St Paul is also inter ested Already several teams are pro ticing The Ladies Auxiliary one of the for most Catholic societies in Pittston Pa will celebrate their seventh anniversary next Monday night with a grand banqui t at Keystone Hall alwhat promises to be a splendid divl iou of the Ladies Auxiliary has bee Ieorganized under most auspicious circa whhfortyecharter members- Y Through the efforts of Rev Paths Floyd and the State President Mrs Daley an auxiliary with sixty has been organized at Evelete a thriving in the Minnesota iron range Six hundred men sat down at the re1I banquet given in New York City Sbanleys in honor of State President I McNulty who was presented with a dia mood studded watch and chain that cost 800 Officers and delegates of the ninetq ai Philadelphia divisions metat the Hiber headquarters and received encouraging reports from committees arranging for the annual celebration and field day sports Haltldj some time with the result that 200 candi dates had been secured for an exemplica atkClaggetta Hall IAt a recent meeting of Division 2 of Washington eloquent addresses were de HealyofDepartement of Labor and Commerce Dr Healy in the course of his remarks spoke the great Celtic revival which is now on in Ireland and among the Irish people generally throughout the world whireb the spirit of Irish nationality and apeE plaudedeloquently and earnestly th efforts ot the Ancient Order of Hlber ntans in keeping alive the spirit of the Irish people and in fostering those char acteristics for which the race is most At the conclusion of the addresses John A Finnegan was escorted a chair in front of the presiding officers desk and was presented with a beautiful clock embellished by two pieces candelabra President Halligan making happy speech GROWING LARGER The regular monthly meeting of St + Louis Bertrands Debt Paying Association held last Tuesday evening showed that work of the association fis proceeding- In a very satisfactory manner The collections for April were 237 being the + largest collection for April since 1902 Arrangements were made to enlarge the securingbscribers hoe grown so much In the t year that there is hoioBgerspaceo r present chart tar the neteee Io Q 1 IWE HAVE AIMED TO BE RECOGNIZED AS THE CARPET STORE Iof Louisville and have worked hard to satisfy our ambition We want ment youComparewltbyourIHUBBUCHBROS 524 526 and 528 W Market Street W A= BE SURE TO GALL FOR McKENNA II WHISKY I IT IS ALWAYS PURE mmH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky I OUICKTMEAL STEEL RANGES BAKE WELL LOIK WELL LAST WELL QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Bost In Thy World Awarded first prize at the St Louis Worlds Fair r GEHERSONI217 Market St near Second 633Sx SxxS S KS kXX 0000000 1 v FOLLO THE CROVD- i givinglnYOUR LAUNDRY to the CO8tA Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED 1 BOTH PHONES 1188403732t S 8 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN II- o x s K 4x xJ tt e 1 P BANNON MJ BANNON H H WOLTRINO R B BANNON TreasurereF Bannon Sewer Fipe Co sttSalt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe ConduitsmWall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick Fire Proofing Flue Pipe Flue Lining Fire Brlch Grate r ayChimney SidewalK Brick JEFFERSONsTBLBP1IONB573 WORKS 13th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and loth 2633Iw0atbe Stable R Gilbert Company cICORwno tAti411t1srRtnrtstntatina of tbe rjawnond type Blank1 BOOK Prlnterwriterfor Kenwhy ZVtrtwrUtrAlld ftBllCdtUI Paper SOX Booksellers olio manMfactMrus- r tor ttbirb ana Green ts xoutsnille fig DR J T CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING horses Called For and Delivered Dot Phence399OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGEI007I009 W BROADWAY It etatSPENCER Expen PmdentEd Ucates yotatng People For Business Good Employment and Sueuse ss can II ware von run turoaurtnoaI ii Union tttitlltll Bah BusinesstmeB College It Hit Ht If HH I n ft t n t H rC TN iiINO PRiNT i Manager o 0 r Incorporated PRINTING BINDING AND BLANK BOOK M 1VUFACTURIVG O Cra1 Pktire Mate 1116 A =j o otHiJi M7pk H t t + t t t t t t U t + ft t t t t t t tl 1It j I nI- I I 1j j