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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 4 ar d v M t 0- f t U p 0 fn icF ti i tir IRISH r li t F 1 KENTUCKYit I Z d 1VOLUIIil 1VLN0 5 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS I REASONS Yic Why the People of IrelanAreJ Not Satlffled With UniontN jt i Summary of KeasonsrGlven by x OConnell Still Hold 1 Good- Nefarious Methods by Which Offices Were Bartered+ For Votes r EFFECT OF ACT SPREAD DESOLATION Many Americans who should be better informed and many of our IrishAmeri can youths who have forgotten if they ever knew the meaning of the phrase home rule are asking the questions What is all this clamor about and Why Is not Ireland satisfied with a union with England The answer can be given in the same language that was used by Daniel OConnell the great Irish Liberator more than sixty years I ago He summed up the reasons why u Ireland should have selfgovernment as followsFirstlyIreland has a clear Inde fensible right to a Parliament of her own the union being in constitutional p- rintciPle a nullity there having been no competent authority to annihilate the constitution of Ireland SecondlyThat even If there had authority to enact thebeen a competent union yet the means used for that pur notoriously unjust andpose were so profligately iniquitous that the union from thiscause alone would be a nullity Thirdly That even If the union were nqt a nullity from the defect of compe tence or from the Iniquitous mode of obtaining It yet there is no real union at all nor anything more than an oppressive mockery of unio- nPonrthlyThat this union bas inflicted injustice oppression and misery unparalelled In Ireland and there is not and can not be any hope for present redress or future security save byat + w zeatnratioatofshgDiebarllalPent The resons given by OConnell then are the reasons why Ireland now demands 4 home rule Remember thatHenry Grat tans Parliament met in Dublin in 1782 Grattau was backed by 160000 Irish volunteer oldlers and It was then that England recognized the independence of Ireland forever Ireland bad exclu sive dominion over her own taxation debt and revenue It was declared to be a final adjustment of Irelands difficul ties What happened Twelve years later the Irish Parliament was swept away and the socalled act of union perpetrated OConuell afterward told an English Parliament how this nefarious act was accomplished During the time that the union was being discussed martial law was pro claimed the habeas corpus act was sus pended jails were crammed with per sons unaccused but suspected Men were flogged to death iu an effort to extort confessions Between 175000 and 200000 British soldiers were quartered in Ireland and their officers had the power of life and death over the people Public meetings called to protest against the proposed union were dispersed by the militaryLord Chief Justice Bushethus describes the means used to bring about the union The basest corruption and artifice were exerted to promote It all the worst passions of the human heart were eutered Into the service all the most depraved Ingenuity of the human intellect was tortured to devise new contrivances of fraud Votes were purchased Twenty peer exchange for unionages were created In yotes Ten or twelve Bishoprics were bartered for union votes One Chief Justice and eight puisne Judges were elevated to the bench in exchange for votes In money the price of a union vpte was 40000 or a civil or military appointment worth 10000 a year Par Hamentary papers published since the union show that more than 0300000 was paid for close and rotten boroughs while 7500000 was spent In a most secret fashion t OConnell summed up the mischiefs- v and miseries that were entailed upon Ireland as a result of the union Ire and he says became a province Instead of a nation Irelandowed 100 OOLOOO while Englands natlonaldebet was J2230 000090 or more than twenty two times as much uas Irelands The union Retarded the emancipation of Irish Catholics for qvwrter of a century Prom it land of peace awt plenty Ire land beeatrne a1 scene of desolate rain After the vnlon the woetea trade the sugar refining juduatry the manufacture etebookprintingahat making ROid and silver work watch making and other trades all of which were vital and prosperous branches of r Irish Industry became practically extinct The report of the Commission era of the Poor Lass thirty years after i o the union revealed the sad condition of affairs In Irekud InG iWay the peas antry lived every summer ion cabbegc green herbs and unripe otatoef In Mayo when the potatoes V U dj which naa frequently the came the e bled tiie cattlf and ate the blodboiled to t sustain their own lives In Longford the peasantry boiled the wildweeds with salt and eat them becausefthey badino potatoes In Meath there were men who during the unemployed season had only one meal in twentyfour hours Equally distressing reports were made from Clare Cork Donegal aud Tipperary This was the Ireland that caused Goldsmith to write bis Deserted Village The peo pie died of starvation or were driven into exile The men who had bartered their votes for lands and titles became richer and the poor became poorer or died out Ill fares the land to hastening ills a preyWhere accumulates and men decay- Princes may flourish or may fade A breath can make them as a breath bath made But a bold peasantry their countrys prideWhen destroyed can never be I supplied II The Irish in Ireland In America everywhere want this act of union repealed Redmond ajid his followers will demand home rule Give us Ireland for the Irish aud we will soon have Irish for Ireland MACKIN COUNCIL Held Splendid Business Meet ing and Prepares For New Enterprises Mackln Council Y MI held a meet ing Tuesday night of which Its members are proud Not only was every officer in bis chair but every member of the Executive Committee was in attendance President Charles S Raidy presided and congratulated the council on the interest that officers and members were taking in their work Four applications were received and Richard P Kelro and Anthony King were electedmembers John Carr Chairman of the Baseball Committee reported that the movement to organize a five club league was well iu band It is proposed to have a club from each of the Louisville councils and one from Unity Council of New Albany and another from Columbus Council in Jeffersonville The report was received with applause and Chairman Carr was encouraged to go ahead with the good workPresident Raidy announced that there would be a large class initiated on Tues day February 20 The committee arranging for the big euchre on WalSh 1figfon7sbinhdajMfeported that Arrange meats bad been per cted and that there would be games both during the after noon and evening Handsome prizes will be awarded the successful contest ants Ben Sand and August Weber made splendid addresses forth e good and wel fare of the order It is probable that as the result of their talks the council will soon raise the death benefit from 100 to 160 The increase will be a new Incen tive to secure a large membership for Mackin Council HEROIC PRIEST Fell Victim to Pneumonia Con tracted While Answcr Ing Sick Calls The Rev Father Matthew OKeefe pastor of the Church of the Immaculate Conception in Towsou Md is the latest martyr to duty The deceased was seventy eight years old and was a native of the County Waterford Ireland He died on Sunday as the result of pneumonia con tracted while respoudingfo sick calls Father OKeefe was the oldest priest in the diocese of Baltimore He made himself famous in the South by his heroic work among yellow fever suffer cm during the panics of 1855 and 1869 in the latter year he won the red ribbon of the Legion of Honor by his attendance upon the officers and crew of a French vessel that bad put into Portsmouth Va He was the last surviving brigade Chap lain cf tie Confederate army having been Chaplain of Mahoues brigade in tine army of Northern Virginia Father OKeefe was a close personal friend of Gen Robert E Lee and Jefferson Davis As many other heroic priests had done before Father OKeefe devoted all bis money to church and charity work and died practically peniless ANNUAL COMMUNION Tomorrow will be the annual com munion day for the Charles the Great Society and the members will approach the holy sacrament at St Martins church at 7 oclock The Very Rev rather Ohle will celebrate mass and will preach the sermon This organization is a mutual benefit affair and pays a sick benefit of 5 a week per annum It also pays a death benefit It now numbers 300 members Many of them live In St Martins parish but every German Catholic parish lathe pity Is represented within the ranks DRAMATIC CLUB I Members of the Ladle Auxiliary and Ancient Order of Hibernians metMonday night and organized a dramatic club Vise Slhwbeth King was chosen Preei dent Thomas Keenan Jr Secretary and Mine Julia Kelly Treasurer Miss Ella OConnell Thomas D Cline and Thomas Keenan Jr wets appointed a committeetoeelectadrema l This com itreportatthemeettkg aaiai btf an GROWING 11 Is Spirit of Progress Anton Local Mewbersof to A O Hio County Board Decides on the Nature of St Patricks Day Celebration Site For Proposed Hall in View and Deal Almost Heady to Close NEW DELEGATES MEAN BUSINESS TheCounty Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held two splendid busi ness meetings during the past week The meeting on Wednesday night was probably the most important because arrangements were made for celebrating St Patricks day and for the purchase of the Hibernian halt Vice President Joseph Dougherty occupied the chair and insisted that every member of the board air his views on All matters that were brought up The matter of celebrating St Patricks day was first considered It was decided that ill members of the order would approach holy communion on the Sun day following March 18as has been customary The social celebration will be held on Sunday night March IS Instead of the banquet proposed at a former meeting it was decided to give a lecture The following committee was appointed to make full arrangements for the celebration National Director Geo J Butler Joseph L Lonlhan Peter Cusick Johb M Mulloy and William T Meeban These gentlenen have full power to act and will bring a distin guished Irish orator from another city to deliver the lecture They will also pro cure the services of a quartette who will render only Irish airs The Building Committee reported prog ress In fact they have an advantageous site in view and the several members of the committees from each division will meet one day next week to secure the sale The Building Committee also announced that the gymnasium would be put In immediately and will be equipped with uptodate apparatil from the start The library will also be Installed as soon as the Hibernians take possession of their new home Members and friends of the order are requested to donate books to the library The books can be sent to County President Thomas Quinn 1730 Portland avenue The County Board will meet again Wednesday night County President Quinn presided over the meeting held on Friday night of last week and appointed William J Connelly Secretary pro tempore The new dele gates to the County Board were obligated by County President Quinn The annual report of Division 1 was presented It showed that that body was in splendid shape numerically and had more than 1000 in the treasury President John M Mulloy of Divissou 1 made a brief talk urging the celebration of St Patricks day Peter Cuslck William M Higgins William T Meehan George J Butler Joseph P McGinn Thomas D Clines John M Mulloy and William J Connelly took part in the discussion on the proposed celebration Many favored a banquet but a final decision was postponed until the next meeting NEW HAVEN St Catherines Council Y M L Entertains Louisville Visitors Grand First Vice President Albert F Martin Grand Director T J Garvey Adam G Schneider George C Reillng Fred W Gerard and Pierre Dawson all members of Trinity Council visited New Haven last Sunday and were handsomely entertained by the members of St Cath erines Council Y MI President William Dawson Grind Sec retary and Treasurer E C Dawson and Supreme Director John J Barry met the visitors at the train andescorted them to the Dawson House where the Louisville YoM Is were temporarily installed In Room 0 Since returning home the visitors are loud in their praise of the appointments of that room Next the hosts took their guests to the councils new quarters and later to an excellent dinner at the Dawson Ho ae1fIn the afternoon a special meeting of St Catherines Council was addressed by Grand First Vice president Martin on The advantages of the Y M I to the young man His address was well received and then each of the other visitors were called on to make brief addresses Supreme Director Joint JBarry wasalso compelled tomske a brief TrinityfortheirAfter the meeting the Louisville peo ple were escorted to the office of the New Hayes Echo Rapier Bowlings general stoie and Sylvester Rapiers bank Two handeomeconveysacs care rigid thevlaitorrandtbeir hoa1s toAtker tonvllle where they were shown through the UMtDShcth cUttiUtffa thereOaij fLreturning to NewHSven tie party was taken to the hcjiue of Sylvester Ropier where Misses JAljce1 and Anna Rapier entertained witsags and recitations In the evenlngjjltbe Louisville people returned home enthused with the great welcome they hadVbeen given at New Haven I lit CORNERSTONE i r DeliOF Mansion Ron Apostolic egate onxSaturday cpThe corner magnificentimansion to be erected in Washington for the Apostolic Delegate to the United States was laid ot Saturday The ceremonies were simple owing to the fact that the new building is to be a dwelling plsce rather than Ja church The Catho lics of the various dioceses have already subscribed 5100000 for the building Cardinal Gibbons of Baltimore Arch bishop Ryan of Philadelphia and Arch bishop Farlev or New York made up the committee in prise ientertThe work willy take several years to complete and fts more than probable that the present Papal Delegate Monsig nor Diomede Ial nio will be called to Rome and raised to higher dignities before the mansion is finished f w ANOTHER CATHOLIC t F Chosen Speaker of the New Parliament Western Australia1 The unanimouselection1 of the Hon Timothy Francis Quintan as Speaker of the newly elected parliament of Western Australia is announced Mr Quinlan was born in Tipperary in 1861 and as a child accompanied his parents on their emigration to Western Australia There he started on prosperous mercantile career and at the age of twentynine was elected for the western division of the metropolis Perth He served in one Government as Minister of Public Works and was afterward chosen the Chairman of thu committee Mr Quinism received the honor of knighthood from the late Pope Leo XIII He is the latest addition to a long list of Catholic speakers which Includes the names of+ Sir Charles Gavan Duffy Sic ChariesMcMaboi8irJfrancU Murphy and the Hon Peter Lalor who twice refused knighthoods GREAT CROWD Should Attend the Sewing Societys Euchre For Hospital The ladies of St Anthonys Sewing Society are making strenuous efforts for the surcess of the euchres which are to beheld at Phcenix Hill Park on the after noons and evenings of next Wednesday and Thursday The ladies who com pose this society are engaged in a work of real charity and the people of Louis yule will no doubt generously respond to their call The officers of the St Anthonys Sewing Society are Mrs John E Walter President Mrs Charles Smith Mrs Frank A Geher Mrs Matthew Poschiuger and Mrs George Ecker The names of these ladies alone ought to guarantee large crowds for both days From fifty to seventyfive valuable prizes will be given the successful con testants on each afternoon and evening Admission tickets will be only twenty five cents but the holders will be entitled to take part In the card game or to par take of the luncheon The card games will begin at 230 oclock in the afternoon and 8 oclock each night Each ticket holder is also entitled to a chance on a handsome piano donated by the Monte negro Riehm Music Company All the proceeds will be devoted to St Anthonys Hospital at Barret and Wick life avenues JHUBBUCHACKERMANN The most notable wedding of the season at St Anthonys church will be that which will unite Sebastian O Hub buch and Miss Mamie Elenora Acker manu The ceremony will be per formed by the Rev Dr Oscar P Acker mann brother of the bride at 8 oclock on Wednesday tnorulng Nuptial high mass will folic the marriage ceremony The bridal party will breakfast at the home of the brides parents 2110 West Market street The maid of honor will be Miss Mattie Sayre and John A Hub buck wilt be the best man The ushers will be Messrs Ben Middendorf George Schneider Valentin Dablam and Peter Hoehler No invitations have been sent out but the contracting parties desire all their friends to visit the church and witness the ceremony The bride tobe is the youngest daughter of Mr and Mra PHilip Ackermann The groom elect Is a member of the firm of Joseph Hub ouch Sr Sons Mr and Mrs Hub buch will take a honeymoon trip to Florida and will witness the Mardi Gras festivities at New Orleans before returning STATUE OP ST PATRICK Agnew and handsome atatue of St Patrick donated to 1st Williams church will be blessed by he pastor the Rev father Mrpkv oa Sunday night March 18 A panegyric irf Irelands patron alnt will Abe J evenCIng F V DRIVERS In thrf Louisville Fire Depart moat Are as Good as tho Best Hold the Lives and Property of Oitlzousns Well as the Reins Must Know Streets and Alleys and Whore to Make1 tho Turns A FEW IRISHAMERICAN HEROES A gentleman speaking to a represent avive of the Kentucky Irish American the other day asked the question Is there a better driver in the world than the man who drives an engine a reel a truck or any other vehicle in the fire departmentNow one comes to think of It the question is pertinent and worth consider ation On behalf of the Kentucky Irish American the question can be answered briefly and thus No The fire department drivers are the best in the world Understand now that we do not refer to the fire departments of Germany England France and other foreign countries where captains pipemen drivers and all black their shoes comb their hair and line up for inspection before answering an alarm We refer to American fire departments and particularly to the Louisville fire department second to none in the coun try True enough New York Chicago Philadelphia and other cities have more men more companies Their respective departments must be commensurate with the size of the cities But right here at home we have as good a set of fire fight ers and as wellexqipped a department as there Is anywhere And yet Mayor Barth and Major Filmore Tyson are going to try to improve it But to get back to the drives Did you know there were any IrishAmericans driving the horses that haul these firefighting implements to scenes of danger Have you ever seen an engine coming along a cross street to turnup aa interesting avenue Under the edge of the roundedoff cornet where the machine was to turn there was a sewer opening with the street pavement sloping down smoothly toward it all around from the higher general level of the street Did you notice if the driver coming as he was at a dead gallop make a broad turn around this corner out where the street was level the engine would swing more or less thus checking the horses speed and there would be a second or two lost be fore they could get the load straightened out and get under full headway with it once more But If the driver could make that corner with the two wheels on tbeI inner side of the curve down In that sloping depression leading to the sewer opening close by the curb and the two outside wheels on the higher level nearer the middle of the street the higher level here would be for the engine what the banked up outer rail is for the locomo tive rounding a curve making it so he would not lose an inch Well that is the way our Louisville drivers make it They know the streets the avenues and the alleys They know where to make short turns and where it is neces sary to make broad turns There are people who say Oh these firemen baveI a cinch Some of them dont have aI run once a week Such people let their tongues act before their intellect isI in working order These people drive their tongue out at a gallop but forget that their mental fire engine has not been hitched George E Fitzpatrick driver of the water tower would not go out that way even though his company is called upon comparatively seldom The watertower is stationed as nearly as possible in the center of Louisvilles rapidly growing building district Fitz never drives to a fire unless he feels that while he is hold Ing the reins he is also holding the lives of the other members of bis company and the lives and the property of his fellowcitizens It gives a man something to think about and yet many peor pie wonder why firemen become gray so early in life John Halligan isi another very careful driver Sometimes people say be is reckless but when PresldentRoose ett came to LosvlHe last year John Halli gan driver of the No 2 engine was chosen above all others to hold the rib bons over the team that carried theChlef Executive of the nation ProudI Of course he was proud but the incident has not swelled his head a bit James Sexton driver of the No8 reel Is one of the newest driversin the fire department yet be has won manycom mendatlone for his work So has Martin Hines driver of the No 17 reel and Will Gardner driver of the No 4 track Besides there Is John McEvoy driver of the Noengine down in the mane facturing and railroad depot district aria Tom Hargadon the old war horse driver of the No 18 engine a man who never kissed the Blarneystone but who must have kissed something jtutas good All these1 IrishAmerican drivers are good but thsre may be others equally BS effi detotlni the department but we only maybire proPa erty your home and your children while you may be at a meeting of the Ancient t Order of Hibernians the Young Mens Institute the Knights of Columbus or a social gathering Our fellowcitizens do not think enough about the risks of our fire depart ment drivers but It is almost an assured fact that they will all go to heaven When their time comes to die the record ing angel will hand each of them a card bearing this inscription Please pass him through the fire lines w TRINITY COUNCIL Heard Addresses From Visit- Ing Members at Last Meeting President Albert F Martin presided over a well attended meeting of Trinity Council Y M I Monday night In the absence of Albert Zirnheld Louis Kempf was appointed Marshal pro tem pore Frank Meixsel was reported sick Albert Zirnheld Patrick Kinney Philip Kaufman and Joseph Meixsel were reported well and Will Gast and Frank A Lenz were declared to be improving Two applications for membership were received and Bernard J Campbell was obligated President Martin appointed the following new Baseball Committee John J Garrity August Rennisen and John J Flynn Messrs John Carr William J Daly and Frank Lauahan visitors from Mackih Council were given a cordial welcome and each of these gentlemen made brief talks for the good of the order Harry Sullivan a son of John J Sullivan Sr who has been absent from the city for several mouths also made a brief address A communication was read from C Joseph Lehman a charter member of Trinity who announced that he had removed to Dayton Ohio to remain permanently UNDER WAY Plans For Worlds Palrat Dub lin Arc Progressing Favorably Plans for the Worlds Fair to be held in Dublin Ireland next year are progressing favorably Men of indomitable courage and ability like James Shanks ormerlyt Lord Mayor arebehlridtin movement They have succeeded in raising the necessary guarantee fund and at present the enterprise is on a most promising basis The main feature of the Exposition will be the exhibition of home manu factures Everything will be done by the erection of suitable buildings and facilities for display to wake the Irish section a show worth going any dis tance to see All trades and every handi craft will be amply represented Cottage Industries will be given a premlr ent place and the native arts and craft rwill have a great display This is if rare opportunity for the Irish manufacturer who unless he exhibits abroad has never had such crowds as he will have in 1907 to see hle preucts- SWISS Jf iGUARDS Celebrated Anniversary of Four Centuries on Duty at Vatican The Swiss Guard a part of the Papal retinue formally celebrated Its four hun dredth anniversary last week The real anniversary occurred in October but at the request of his Holiness Pius X the celebration was postponed until this year The original Swiss Guard was established by Pope Julius II in October 1605 Not long after the Bourbons invaded Rome The members of the Swiss Guard bad taken refuge in St Peters the great Cathedral where every member of the body was killed To the present day the members of the Guard wear the same uniform and carry the same arms that their predecessors did 400 years ago The celebration was merely perfunc tory Members of the Guard were excused from duty for the day and all received holy communion from Pope piux X Later he addressed the mem bers in the throne room and recalled what the Guard had done for Ire Vatican during the past four centuries w HAS EXCELLENT CHANCE Michael C Thornton one of the candidates for the Democratic nomination for Representative from Floyd county Ind is carrying on an aggressive Cam paign in his district He is a member of Unity Council Y M I rand of the New Albany division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and his friends in both societies are interested id his success Mr Thornton is engaged In the insurance business and has had splendid opportn nuliea for extending his acquaintance He is an orator of ability and if nomin aced and elected will ably represent his constituents in the Indiana Legislature MOTHER OP TWO PRIESTS i Full of years and conscious of duty Dowlingawellknown wasthebowling pf 8tXaylera Church CIncln Dowlyln of A Ahtoa Univmity G LIBERALS E v Are in Power and Have Large Blojorlty Over All Others 4 fISeveral StrangeFeatureH Shown by the British Election Returns Ulster While Not the Whole of Ireland Is For Home Rule I EXPREMIER BALFOUR IS CHAGRINED The unanimity with which the people of the British Isles and Ireland seemed to sweep the Unionists off the political map has been a great thing for American newspapersJust I seems to know but the editors realize that the Liberals have an overwhelming majority over all This much is certain The aristocracy is down and the new House of Commons will be composed predominantly of professional business dnd working men Landlord and do nothings wilt have to take back seats The mere physical qustion of finding adequate seating accommodation iin the Commons chamber for the two sides presentsinsuperable difficulties There are 670 members but the house is so arranged that only 250 members can be seated on a side others will have to find seats iIn the rear and other undesirable places Now 385 Liberals will be looking for seats on the benches formerly occupied by 250 Unionists Resentment is the only thing that has overcome the despair of former Premier politicsforever toldhimtbeUnionistthenbutnew Parliament after that body is in full possession of its functions After his toIHmillnJtlresigned in his favor EvenuS r have to undertake the hardships ofaLondon campaign theleastIrishNatfonalitheLiberalsthe Unionists If the Irish Nationalists and Laborites decide to steer clear of the coalition with the Liberals the lattJ still have 0IHiare three Phil brothers alt between six feet two in and six feet three inches tall Sir F Newnes editor of the Strand Maga and his son Frank were both swept victory on the Liberal tide Leic and Cecil Harmsworth Liberal ca dates as well as brothers were ate while their brother Hildebrand Harms worth a Unionist candidate was defeated Sir Arthur Conan Doyle the novelist was defeated four successive times by as many different constituencies during the general elections- In the Irish Nationalist wing of the new House of Commons there are three OrConnors three ODonnells and two OKellys Besides there are many others 0PorMonmouthshire has refused to return a member of the Morgan family Sir Will iam Hartdyke who had seen fortythree years of unbroken service and who was known as the Father of the House was another of those who went down itl Chaplidtj thirtyeight years from Ifncolnshi e another who btt the dust of defeat There are many who profess Libel that Sir Campbell Bannermafi and Cabinet will break faith with Redl and the Irish Nationalists and p gllsbhyi whether the Government pan electioisesthat Ulster does not want hoij Ulster is but one province in Ire has only pine counties as agalt tytbree counties for the r three provinces Of the nine in Ulster Donegal elected fo Rulers Monagban two Hom Cavan two with no Unionists i of the three counties Tyrone ti Rulers and one Liberal and sella free lance iIFerma Unionist and one HomeRuler IjpmeDownRuler Antrim three Unionist Londonderry two Unionists Thl that the nine Ulster counties air sented by fourteen home Rul Unionists and one free lance Ulster boroughs by five Union nlerandJtbusRuters th J Ulster The position bffttha too was strengthened bt BelfastJAs t bytheMure of English legs aatilUlr demands Mvanaoie k w ritfijta tfa Vii e 7 I NTUCKY rnirADH RDAoN t KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN a rieta to tit Moral and Social Advancement of all Irlsfc Americanay a KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY lie Bettered at the LottlSYllle Postofflce as SecondClass Matter AMittiilt COlaJa lcalJoR to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326 Weil Green Slrett LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY FEBRUARY 3iI906 ALICE AND NICK There is more ofan esprit du corps among newspaper men than perhaps is maintained among any other class of people As a rule newspaper men understand each I other work for each other pull for each other Men of the stick and ncil have a socialistic community Jl their own A blow ata printer jr a reporter usually means knock ng a chip off somebodys shoulder The Kentucky Irish American is loyal to the real journalists but it can not stand for the new school of journalists whose members ar- eIV exploiting the RooseveltLong worth wedding Miss Roosevelt is the daughter of the President of rthe United States and her fiance is a Congressman Both are good IV people but neither deserve any more commendation than does the daughter or son of any honest workingman They are to be marred this month and we wish them I well but why should newspaper- waste space and money in describ ing the trousseau of this particular bride If Miss Alice has occasion- o use her handkerchief the yellow Journals tell all about it If Mr Lpngworth visits the White House he subject is made a column off Miss Roosevelt chooses to jour ey to New York to meet her pros ctive sisterinlaw the reporters ollow her and as she climbs the Hot ladder they count the tucks j her lingerie Wont somebody r irsocka sock with a wider in the end The judicious- se of the sock would work won ers in the journalistic world CAPITAL AND LABORR The editor of our esteemed cpn porary the Providence Visitor If late years capital and labor d of working for their mutual Cage have come as a result- e unscrupulous conduct of employers to regard each as necessary enemies Hence i s differences have arisen etweeti capital and labor and rievous errors have been com itted on bdhsides These mis nderstandings nd these dangers o our national peace might be itsily avoided if both capital and labor knew their duties to each ither grid were guided in their dif ficulties by principles of ChristianV equity instead of dangerous passions We can hardly hope that those Christian principles will soon nd their way into a world fast sing ill love for God and for ipernatural rather than mere erial rewards But Catholic lo ers should set their fellow the example of giving to their nen fair wages as determined flee and equity pOint is well taken The Iky Irish American has uphel the rights of the man but the average n employer would twist I adage Might makes nto vMoney makes right atter of fact there are rs who are liberal and fair but the motto of th- esDQnt pay a man is worth but what you thin for It is this kel thjl part of the employers brought about the antag between the manufacturers unions In the socalled fled Dark Ages each rtlsans had its own union These guilds wen like yM t councils societies of today asthisthewHvc r ons another artificers in iron still another and so on through the realm of mechanics These guilds or unions were asmuch religious as they were social organizations It was not until Luthei Calvin Wesley and other alleged reform ers projected their various and con tradictory doctrines that the guilds became secular instead of religious bodies In many places in Europe today these guilds are carried on in much the same manner as they were in the eleventh and twelfth centuries In America the greed for the almighty dollar is fast robbing both employer and employe of religion and of care for all but the material IS HE MISTAKENI Apropos of the Liberal landslide in the British Isles the Rev Father Phelan saysin the Western Watch manTouch free trade and you touch works mans eye Touch protection and you hurt the tenderest spot in the American workmans heart This shows the difference in the temper of the two classes of people Free trade cheapens labor and all the necessaries of life Protection raises the cost of both The Englishman wants bread first and considers money only as the wherewithall to buy bread The American wants money before and above everything else Bread he will get somehow Double bis wages and you can treble his household expenses Hunger and want are real things over in England here they are fig ments of the brain Is our religious contemporary note little too hard on Americans There is poverty and hunger in St Louis if he will only look for it He can see it from the windows of hs sanctum There are also many good men in St Louis who put religior far above mere dollars The Hbn Emmet Slattery explained tbeLoujsvilte sewer bond bill to the Kentucky House of Rep resentatives on Thursday His explanation was so explicit that no questions were asked him no other speech was made on the subject and the bill was passed by an unan imous vote It is to be hoped the Senate will act likewise Sir Henry Campbell Banner mans new Cabinet ought to go down in history as the Literary Government Morley Haldane Bryce Buxton Birrell Burns and Grey have written much for the press while Morley Bryce and Birrell are essayists of note and occupy a high place in modern Eng lish classics The present session of the Ken tucky Legislature is half over Many excellent measures have been introduced but the members appear to be a trifle slow in putting them through Encourage the Hibernians in the effort to secure their new hall There are few IrishAmerican fam flies in Louisville that can not afford to donate one book for the library The holy season of Lent is fast approaching Ash Wednesday will fall on the last day of the present month JOINT COMMITTEE The Joint Committee of the three Y M I councils met and organized for the new year at Satolli Councils hall last Saturday night The new officers are John J Crotty of Satolli Chairman David OConnell Trinity Vice Chairman Robert T Burke Macklti Secre trY T I Garreyi Trinity Treasurer Matter of interest to the order wsredls cawed during the eveningJ II I ar r i n I SOGIETY Mrs T J Mackinof Lebanon is the guest of relatives in this city Misses Edith and Carry Fitzgerald will visit friends in New York about March 1 Miss Addle G Ditto spent the present week at Cloverport as the guest of Mrs J D Babbage Mies Florence Rooney of Lebanoon is the guest of Mrs Ben S Mattingly on Cherokee road William OConnor who has been suf fering froman attack of typhoid fever is somewhat improved Mrs Frank B Burke is the guest of her sisters Misses Amy and Jean Mc Cann in Jeffersonville Miss Nora McIntire has returned home after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs J W Reidel of Springfield Miss Augela Hayes will go to Por- Ethan Allen Vt where she will be a guest of Mrs Milton Halliday Master John L Rlebm who has been seriously ill at his home 1103 Highland avenue is very much improved Edward S Monohan has gone to New York to remain two weeks He will combine business with pleasure Mrs John Galligan of New Decatur Ala is the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs Fred Rapp of Jeffersonville Mrs Joseph Costello and grand daughter Elsie Mock who were guests of relatives in Carrollton have return home Capt and Mrs Marion Ryan of Louis velle have returned from Cloverport where they were the guests of Mrs Perkins Miss Lizzie Leachman has returned to her home in Springfield after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs William H Sweeney of this city Miss Atta Spalding has returned to her home in Lebanon after a pleasant visit to this city where she was the guest ofr Mrs Samuel J Boldrick Antonia C Montenegro President ofr the Montenegro Riehm Music Company is confined to his home on Third avenue by an attack of pneumonia Alex J Schulten and bride formerly Miss Elizabeth Turpy are now enjoying their honeymoon in Cuba They will1 I return to Louisville about February 20 Col James P Whalleri and Frank McGrath will leave Tonight for a trip through the Southern States and Cuba They expect to be gone about three weeks P H Callahan Superintendent of the Louisville Varnish Company has just returned from an extended business tripI He came to Louisville from Toronto CanadaFrancis Gatbof the young son of Frank A Gathof who recently submit ted to a serious surgical operation i convalescing at his home 161G West Madison street Mlle Elsa Ruegger of Brussels Bel glum who is soou to appear in concert here will be the guest of Miss Rose Perry 508 West Kentucky street during her stay in Louisville Thomas ONeill one of the best known policemen in the city and a popular Hibernian is recovering after a months illness His friends hope to see him back at his post next week It will be gratifying news to many friends and acquaintances to learn that Mrs Otto Vent who has been seriossly ill at St Anthonys has recovered suffi ciently to be removed to her home Mr and Mrs John W Brown celebrated the fifteenth anniversary of their wedding at their home 1427 Seventh street on Wednesday Quite a numbe- of friends called to extend their felicitations Harry Sullivan who has spent the greater part of the past year in New Orleans is paying a visit to his parents Mr and Mrs John J Sullivan 1405 Rnbel avenue He will remain hereabout ten days Miss Louisa M Martin and Albert J Fenwick prominent young people of Lafayette township Ind were united in marriage by the Rey Father J H Hille brand at St Marysofthc Knobs church on Tuesday morning A twelvepound boy now rules the home of Mr and Mrs Herman P Wolt ring at Fortieth and Chestnut streets The little gentleman arrived on Tuesday and the happy father says the youngster has the finest pair of lungs in the city Mr and Mrs John Chester entertained Monday evening at their residence on Haldeman avenue Those present were Misses Abbie Wright Winifred Tallent Margaret S Knnbb Abbie and Mabel Chester Messrs Frank Sharpe John X Haddom Will Chester Frank Smith and John T Rail Mrs William Cunningham 1813 Twentyseventhstreet entertained her euchre club on Thursday afternoon The prizes were won by Mrs Walter Hillericb Mrs Edward Tlerpeyand Mrs John OConnell The club willl be next entertained by Mrs William Hiller lob at her home Twentysecond street and Broadway The engagement of MW Ella Gross and William Schneider has just beta announced The wedding will be per formed ytheJevFithcrRaffo at Sb Charles Bomnneoe church at 330 oclock on the afternoon of Thursday Febntary B The bride Is the attractive daagbUc a fi r 4 of Mr and Mrs AJ Gross The groom I elect is a popular young business man Little Miss Elizabeth Carter enter tamed anumber of her young friends at her home on Zane street Sunday after noon in nonor of her birthday Among thqse present were Misses Mary Fran conlo Aleen Chawk Glynn Mackin Margaret Higgins Anna Margaret Pore ter Helen Baldez Mary Porter Mrs George Collie and Masters Charles Fin negan Arthur Parsons Hugh Finnegan Purcell Chawk and Frank Higgins I Dr D S Allhauds is dangerously ill at his home 1440 Sixth street His daughter Dr Lillian Percy is at his bedside aud his son George R Allhand of the New York Herald staff and his soninlaw and daughter the Rev R A Montgomery and wife of Xenia 0 have been summoned The sufferer prac tired medicine in Indiana within twen tyfive miles of Louisville more thanI fifty years but since the death of bI- son 9 Dr Edgar O Allhands a few years ago he made his home in this city LOSS OP SLEEP As rule the lad at schoolI sitt teen requires nine to ten hours of sleep Growing boys needa large amount of sleep and when this is denied them neither their bodies nor their minds can develop properly An English contem porary points out that this lack of hours of rest falls most heavily on the clever boys who by reason of their ability are raised to blghet forms in which the time given to school work is longer and asks if this may not explain iu some measure the disappointing aiediocrity in later life of the boy who gave promise of brilliant mental capabilities 4 RINKedRoller skating seems to have taken a firm hold on the amusement loving peo ple of this city since the recent opening of the Princess Skating Rink on Seventh street near Chestnut The best class of people in the city have been attracted by the sport and the attendance is increas ing each day Roller skating is a health fulexercise and is enjoyed by ladies as well as boys and men At the Princess the floor is a model of rerfection an the skates are of the latest and mos presentrweek Miss Nellie Donegan an expert skater gave exhibitions of fancy skating twice a day HUSTLING POR KNIGHTS The Catholic Knights of America have taken on new life in Souther- Indiana since January 1 Much of the progress is due to the hustling ability of Peter Wallrath of Evansville a member of the Board of Supreme Directors Since the year opened he has organize a branch of the order at Poseyville wit a charter membership of 20 He has also visited the branches at Cannelto- and Tell City and has received an application for a charter frJtni Vernon Ind Twentyone new applications have been received by the Evansville branches since JanuaryrjI AGED LADY DEAD News was received here this week by relatives of the death of Mrs Brigid tbsCounty Galway Ireland on January 11 She was eighty years old and was the eldest of fourteen children Four of her brothers and sisters survive her The sisters are Mrs Catherine Bradleyof 1113 Garden street this city and MissI Margaret ODonnell of Dorchester Mass The surviving brothers are Thomas ODonnell of Columbus Ohio and John ODonnell of Australia WELCOME VISITOR Dr R W Smith a distinguished veterinary surgeon was in Louisville Monday and Tuesday the guest of his friendand former classmate Dr John T Chawk Dr Smith is located at Racine Wis and in addition to his large practice is purchasing agent for P H Bully General Manager fthe J I Case Ma chine Works Before returning to Racine Dr Smith will make a tour of the Blue purchasingra number of saddle and light harness horses THE ONLY WAY John X Kinberger the polished local representative of the Chicago Alton railway has the only way for doing things His latest stunt is carrying canary bird in a paper bag When asked by a representative of the Kentucky Irish American why he chose a paper bag instead of a cage he said f Geel Do you want my girl to give me the sack A bird in the bag is worth two in the cage CANDY PULLING The ladies of the Sacred Heart con gregation will give their annual Wash ingtons birthday candy pulling in the parochial school hall on the afternoon and evening of Thursday February 22 During the afternoon the children will be entertained and at night the grown members of the congregation will gather for a grand reunion and general good time All who attend will be well enter tamed ARRANGING FOR BAZAR Unity Council yiNew Albany will meat at St Josephs Hall Eighth street between Spring and Elm at 230 oclock tomorrow afternoon to make arrangements for their forthcoming bazarThe proceeds of the proposed bazar will be devoted toward building the new clubhouse All of the Catholic ladles in New Albany have been invited ro cooperate with Unity Council Inmak qg the affair a success fl CHANCELLOR NAMED d The Rev Father Patrick Turner until t recently pastor of S L Michaels church Pen taFlahf s been appointed Chancellor of the oceee of Mobile by fke Ritht Rer BishJfe Alien c r U I l lrt t rWHY PAY RENT I t OFFICE OPEN NIGHT UNTIL 10 OCLOCK iUHHM t + + t + I + + t t HISTORICAL Researches That Arc Dctng Made by Irish flmerl can SocietyI At the recent annual meeting and ban quet of the IrishAmerican Historical Society in New York City it was shown that the solcety numbers 500 members There is also 1016 in the treasury During the evening Col J P Lawless of Norfolk Va delivered an address on Gen Daniel Morgan of Revolutionary fame It was a revelation of the history of that American hero and showed that Col Lawless has been unusually thorough in his researches Many new members were elected and all joined in singing The Star Spangled Banner and Kil teensy SWELL JOB One of Irelands Prominent Prlntcrs Draws a Hand some Salary All printers do not have such a band lot J P Nannetti the new Lord Mayo- t of Dublin draws a salary of 17600 pe annum and lives in the palatial Dublin Mansion House and represents the Col legs Green division in Parliament With all this he continues to do duty as fore man in the office of the Dublin Free mans Journal nd is at his post of duty every night For many years Mr Nan tbne Dublin Trades Council and is a member of the Dublin corporation His father was an Italian compositor who settled iin Dublin sixty years ago JEFFERSONVILLEb National Director George J Butler accompanied by prominent Kentucky members of the order will make a official visit to the Jeffersonville division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians next Tuesday night It is not Often that the members of that division have an oppor tunity of meeting and greeting a National Director and an unusually large attendance is expected HURRYeFrank E Wybrant the photograper at 434 East Market street who has gener ously agreed to photograph the officers StfVincent de Paul Society urging gentlemen to visit his studio as soon as possible in order that the photographs I may be completed and arranged prior to the fiftieth anniversary of the founding of the first Louisville conference OFFICIAL INDEXER i Henry Scbweiters has been elected1 Official Indexer The nomination was wade by County Judge Wilson and the six Circuit Judges confirmed the appoint ment Mr Schweiters is not only popular in the West End but is well and favorably known all over the city and State He will make a competent and energetic official TRINITYS The Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Coun cil Y Mi I have arranged to give a dance at Trinity Hall 718 East Gray street on the evening of Tuesday Febru cry 13 Any person who has ever attended one of the auxiliarys entertainments thae evening enjoyable MACKIN SOCIAL CLUB The Mackin Social Club will another of its popular dances at the clu house on Monday night Lent is not fe- off r and as these dances will be discon tinned during that season the members of Mackin Council are urging their friends to dance while they can UNITY COUNCILS DANCE Unity Council Y M I of New Albany will give one of its popular dances at Maennerchor Hall on the evening of Friday February 0 Invitations have been issued to the members and their friends COMING HOME From advices received by friends here Pied Hoerter the well known butcher and Assistant Live Stock Inspector will arrive home today Hehas wonderfully improved during his sojourn at Hot SpringsFOUR TEAM laBAGUBI The members of Trinity Council Y M I reorganized its bowling league on Tuesday night Albert F Martin was was elected President and John J Gar rity Secretary and Treasurer The league will begin the year with the following teams No 1 August Wempe Captain Sylvester Legs Eall J Monier Louis t kempl and and M Dleckman- No I a Albrt F Martin Captain A 9 f f at When you can own your own home at a Monthly Payment less than rentWe will l ForeachpercentANDPAYon our representative Inyour city or address Wj WHALEYDistrict Manager of the Standard Trust Co Corner Fifth and Main Streets Rooms 603604 Keller Building Louisville Kentucky Telephones Climb Main 496a Homo PRINCIPAL OFFICE East Wilmington Del ham Ala BRANCH OFFICES Charleston S C 3439iiRock Montgomery Ark Ala Richmond Va Sumter S C SATURDAY t t AUXILIARY SWEEPING=OUT SALE JI IOfMens Womens I and Childrens Vici Kid shoes 1 1ChildrenlI at sizes 5 to 8 67c 2000 pairs of Ladles Vici Kid I Shoes light or heavy soles Blucher ribbon lace and straight lace fight styles all sloes II sale 250 goods at this 5148I BOSTON SHOE CO SHOES ILtI 248 I IMENSpmpp FORGOODNESS SAKE When You Think of Bread Its d I MOTHERS BREAD That Games First Into find Because It Is the Best +1 11 I IH I I I H+H 1 +1 I I I I H+p431I I H101I HI I I I I I I I I 111 It THE NORTON COFFEE GO IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS HIGHGRADECOFFEES 1MP0RTEnRS OF FINE Office Warerooms and Millsi- I TEAStt1 I I 1 I I I r II- iI i I I no Both Phonu 3399 DR J TV- eterinary CHA WKS Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge- SCIENTIFICANDPRACTICALHORSESHOEING Horses For and Delivered OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 10071009 W BROADWAY t I t t t ++ t t t t t t FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES Ii ALKOLd3345 West Green StreetLIQUORS CIGARS I 1 I I I J I I f I 7lt7C7ULBYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Evenin and Wednesday Matinee PRIMROSE MINSTRELS Thursday Friday and Saturday Evenings an Matineea HOPKINSt HIOH CLASS VAVDBVILLB TWO SHOWS DAILY Opening Week Beginning Sunday Feb 4 MISS DELIGHT BARSCH AND THE WITCNEbOriginal Groupings from The Isle of Spice Thomas J Keogh 8 Co presenting The Way He Won lice Werden 8 Gladdlsh ballads with semiall paintings Carter 8 Waters Co in The Wis Mr Conn Humes 8 Lewis comedy abets Adair 8 Dahn nuvelty tight wire artists Simmons 8 Harris Get Into the Band Wagon i The Kinodrome Mystery of a Jewel Case and other pscturcs HEIRT AAIJI JJI PPOLSU I DYER AND CLEANER Ladias and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED I Phone aeas 528 Fifth Street Dossing George Fink A G Schneider M F Morris and William Schadler No SJohn J Garrity Captain Rich ard A Hill George C Reiling William Detchen John Klapheke and A H Vee nemarjj No 4Ben Schalk Captain J Wacb ter Albert Zirnheld Charlea Hyland JohnK Flynn and AC Laner PAINTING A HOUSE Autumn is the best time of the year to paint the outside ora house Paint ape plied inautumn will endures much longer than paint ppton iu hot weather aa it djiea more slowly and tbos forma a hard a r7 n I Mens 3 350 and 4 Shoes N I r OF Called r l PRINCESS SKATING RINK esOnly ground floor risk la city iOld Armory Seventh near Chestnut Afternoon 2111 Nights 730 to 1080 d JSt AFTERNOON 10 CTS NIGHTS 15 CTS SKATING 15 CTS BUCKINGHAM MATINEE DAILY WEES COMMENCING SUNDAY FEDi MINERS Merry Burlesquers From Miners New York Theatre Oleo Comprising American and European Vaudeville Artists HOURS8T06 u SUNDAYS I9T012 2 WANTYGood Our Dentistry Will PleaSe Yea We anddo weadvertiseDR Ha JJe COU iMAN DRtlstSMl FOURTH AVENUeW Jie Cot 0 surface Tberls also HO danger b J tothehouaeWe dofiJol printing Try na x Is J t VV uIli1aroseINSURE YOUR LIFE NOW IN THE Catholic Knights of America q4Thisit the safest and cheapest linsurance society in the United States has a special reserve fund of nearly 800000 Every Catholic man should protect his wife and children by carrying a policy in this old and established life insurance organization- An examination of Its rates win convince you of its superiorityover all others Remember that life is uncertain and delays dangerous Ixsure now while you can and protect your loved ones There are many branches in Louisville and applications or any de sired information will be furnished by officers and members or by the CENTRAL COMMITTEE NEWTON G ROGERS President JOHN J SCORE Secretary I I H + I I I I + MMtfI + I I I + +HI It Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 4MMMMMM I Mt t MMMMI + MMMMMH IMMMMM I I HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 JIJ BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMERI838 EAST 21c KIN STREETII 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 IRS JOHN J BARRETT Jr 1 1 1 IH H I 1 1 I HI II 1 H1 1 Hl11 t 1 1 IHHMHH rIll t THOMAS KEENANii I Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365IAlt calls promptly attended to day or night Car rtagea furnished for all occasion 1226 W MARKET ST I tI11HIF1I1I 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1111111111 H 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 JoII I Short Furnished Notice 111 IIHIlH l111rH Itt4t t J D and Emb Both Phones 2998 Carriages All Calls Answered Prom 11231 W Market StaB ++H H+ I 1 I I 1 I H 1 1 1 L TRACY H STRAUBI 0BOTHTRACY PHON 383STRAUB AND EMBALMERS I Carrlalet DANIEL Funeral F DENTAL I1IISVIIM PARLORS 544 Fourth Avenue FreelPainless Extraction Examination l Lady in attendance Established 12 years Honest prices good work and a reliable place All work guaranteed ten years Office open every night until 8 oclock Sundays 8 a to 1 LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS 644 4lh Ave In Avenue Theatre Building r 4 RRMANN BEOS IMPORTERS FIMBL WINES AND LIQUORS Dtlllera and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of tHckt Whiskies especially PEAR OF f BOTTLED IN BeND Telephase 1948 Sulk Street i WINES tJ s CIGARS VALS- aSALOON D VAL LESTER fMA Yet Lunch every taoraing frate 9M to 1RSO oclo- ok4a w QU71C1i131B N J J UGHERTY j J Directori Imer Furnished All OccasionsI pUYe Day or NlihtIeta 12th and 13th ++f4 +1+ t1 I IH J L I FUNERAL DIRECTORS on m p m I Ken NELSON 234 1531 W MARKET STREET IIii GB THOMPSON ELORISJROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenu 261 W JiHuion St Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Latest winter styles are now on sale Our prices arc within uacb ot all PETER M NDRIOI SONS WAGON MANUfACIURfRSI lCnuI fli- 2M H eM N7 WEST QWBN St 01 fV I r iisiisisii ii s i is ss s s s m 1 GIVE US YOUR ORDER Ii Jn Kentucky Irish American b OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET XiXi 0000000000000000000 HOLD THE LEAD I The Kentucky Irish American Bowling Team Had a Tussle The Kentucky Irish American team continues to hold its lead in the balls City Bowling League but the boys had to exert themselves to the utmost Tues day night to win wo out of three games from Squire Adams team Both teams were in their finest form and the scores rolledwere the highest made by any two teams during the season There seems to be little chance for heading off the Kentucky Irish American team between now and the close of the contest If the Squire Adams bowlers keep up their present gait they bid fair to beat Loven harts out of second place The Ferncliff team appears to be on the toboggan and is in a position to drop into sixth place instead of J M RobinsonNorton Various other kaliedoscopic changes are expected before the season ends on March 13 The Kentucky Irish American team expects ta take high rank in the national bowling tournament which will open at the armory on March 17 The following is the official standing to date W L PC Kentucky Irish American 48 15 762 Loevenhart 41 25 621 Squire Adams35 31 530 Ferncliffe 31 29 517 John C Lewls29 31 433 M Robinson Norton27 39 409 West End23 37 383 Henry L Kohler19 44 302 AMUSEMENTS George Primrose and his celebrated minstrel troupe will be the attraction at Macauleys Theater during the first half of next week with a Wednesday matinee Raffles with Kyrle Bellew as the star will bold the boards during the latter I I half of the Week with Saturday matinee Girls Will Be Girls comes to the Masonic Theater next week This is a new musical comedy built upon the lines of the old sketch known as The Three Rosebuds AI Leach will be the prin cipal comedian and will be backed by a company of forty people The music is said to be new and catchy Miners Merry Burlesqners are billed for the Buckingham Theater next week The managers announce pleasing stage pictures and droll nonsense exploited by funny comedians and an aggregation of pretty costumed people Two complete up to date burlettas will be presented in addition to the olio presented by com petent vaudeville artists The Eight Broomstick Witches is the title of an act that is to be the topliner for the Hopkins Theater next week Catchy music and good dancing enliven the sketch Others on the bill are Thomas J Keogh and company Werden and Gladdtsh in songs Carter Waters sketfhandvaudeville circles The kinodrome will present another series of moving pictures VISITOR FROM LOWELL Daniel E McQuade who is in the wholesale liquor business with his father at Lowell Mass spent several days in Louisville this week Mr McQuade is an excellent specimen of the New Eng land Irish Americaa He claims to be half Kentckiah because lie received his education from the Dominican Sisters who went from Kentucky to teach at St Michaels Convent in Lowell While in Louisville Mr McQuade was the guest of D W Meschendorf and David Mus selman who did their best to entertain him JEPPERSONVILLB Branch 54 Catholic Knights of America will give a euchre and entertainment t at Spieths Hall in Jeffersonvllle on the night of February 16 Messrs Barney Coll Redmond SUnton Martin Fogarty Adam Liebel Patrick Dixon and the other Jeffersonville Knights will expelt a large delegation of Louisville Knights gooditimePAINFUL ACCIDENT George Shannon who was employedI as switchman by the Big Four railroad suffered the loss of his left hand on Monday morning Mr Shannon wsa engaged In coupling two cute of CM e and narrowly escaped death He is rest lag M comfortably u peible under th HttspltalHIhome A GOOD WO- RKPrintin 1 FAR PRICES ISpecial CutPriceSale Sample W- ornGLOVES at 33 Per cent off Buck semideer horsehide etc lined and unlined gloves and gauntlets 50c Goods 33c 75c Goods50c100 Goods 67c 150 Goods 100 Andwool gloves of all kinds at these cut prices 25c Goods 17c 50c Goods 33c LEVYSTHIRD KNIGHTS OF GOLIIBDSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Nashville will soon have a fourth degee class A new council will be organized in Perry Iowa in the near future The Rhode Island Knights have a movement on foot to establish a State lecture bureau Memphis and Nashville both sent dele gations to the initiation of a class at Little Rock last week A handsome silver ice cream service was presented to P J OConnor retiring Grand Knight of Savannah Council The Right Rev Bishop Byrne of Nash ville has appointed Father P L Mahoney Chaplain of the council in that city Florentine Council of Ponghkeepsie will hold a fair during February to secure funds to furnish its new 100000 home Philadelphia Knights will hold their annual reception on Easter Monday tight The proceeds of the evening will be devoted to some public charity Several hundred Providence Knights will go to Boston Thursday to witness the performance of The Isle of Dreams a comic opera composed by members of- the f order in Boston The Choral Club of St Louis com posed of members of the order has pre pared an elabored musical programme for a concert to be given February 19 The funds will be used for missions for Catholic children Catholic Influence in America was the subject of a lectere delivered by the Rev Father Thomas P Phelan before the joint New York councils last week The speaker made a profound Impression on the assembled Knights Archbishop Farley and Gov Higgins will witness the drill of the military corps of the New York councils at the opening of the ball in Madison Square Garden on Monday night The proceeds of the even ing will be devoted to the hospital fund The order is growing rapidly in Wis cousin The first council was estab linked at Milwaukee in 1900 with a char lei membership of fifty At the close of 1905 there were 2500 members in the State and of these 600 are located in Milwaukee ANNUAL MEETING The Debt Paying Association of the St Louis Bertrands congregation will hold iits annual meeting in the convent at8 oclock tomorrow night Every officer and collector is requested to b present The report for the year gratifying increase in collections Four Telephones twelve Iyallopaauf Horeetitlemeans Cuscadqn Delivers Ice Cream quickl JJ FAITHFUL SERVANT Martin Dugan Retires After ThirtyOne Years In Po lice Department Martin Dugan Sr station keeper at the Sixth police district was retired on half pay and at his own request on Feb ruary 1 Mr Dugan had been a faithful member of the police force during the past thirtyone years When Chief of Police Gunther appeared to recommend Mr Dugans retirement he said Patrolman Martin Dugan well de serves a pension for meritorious conduct fidelity to duty and bravery He often risked his life I have known him during his thirtyone years of service During all that time he has never been reprimanded or charged with neglect of duty On the contrary he has been commended by former Police Chiefs and Mayors for his splendid conduct At his own request I recommend his retire went It would be hard to pay Mr Dugan any higher tribute He was born in Ire land sixtyeight years ago but spent the last half century in this city He is the father of Martin Dugan the well known printer and of Frank Dugan Inspector of weights and measures RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Honora Commer ford who died at the home of her daugh ter Mrs Bridget Meagher 2425 St Xavier street last Friday night took place from St Cecilias church on Mon day morning The deceased was eighty years old and had lived more thanyhalf a century in Louisville Martin Kelly one of Jeffersonvilles most respected citizens died at his home in that city on Wednesday The funeral took place from St Augustines church yesterday morning The deceased had suffered from a complication of diseases during the past two years His wlfadaughter and two sons survive him Mrs Margaret Hughes aged eighty years died at the home of her son iu law Thos Lawler 2806 Garfield avenue on Saturday evening It is believed that grief over the death of her grandson John LawlerJwbo was killed iin a rail road wreck two weeks ago hastened her demise The funeral took place from St Cecilias church on Tuesday Officer James M Thornbt ry a well known member of the police force died at his home 226 Seventeenth street on Monday The deceased was born in Nelson county fortythree years ago and was related to the most prominent Cath olic families in Kentucky During the past three years he had been a member of the Louisville police department He is survived by hiwife The funeral took place from St Patricks church Wednesday afternoon SOME CURIOUS FACTS It is estimated that American insects eat up 700000000 worth of property an nuallyAccording to the official figures only twenty persona in Great Britain have in comes exceeding J250000 annually- At Nordhadsen Saxony the authorities have forbidden the use of the streets to any person wearing an article of dress that sweeps the pavement On Ascension island sea turtles are caught in very large numbers They each weigh between 500 and 800 pounds and their average price is fifty shillings There is produced in the United States 319000000 metric tons of coal a year worth at the mines 485000000 and costing consumers nearly a billion dollars At a womans conference held recently at Bathurst New South Wales it was re solved that allghls between the ages of fifteen and eighteen should receive in struction in the use of firearms Many immigrants change their names upon arriving in this country on account of the difficulty they find in getting them spelled properly Many In New York adopt the names of streets as their sur namesA industry which iu being de eloped In Newfoundland is the sale of inhale me0t instead of beef One dealer declares that the new meat tastes more lake venison thau beef and plans Ire Englandfor at least twelve cents a pound The first visit to the ice capo the South Pole was made sonic fifty years ago and since that time there has tacna a4 thlrty1I1ur- ny n FRflNK FEHR BREWING INCORPORATED Brewers and BottleLOUISVILLE K- YDRINK Hofbrau Pilsen r Be BREWED BY SENN ACKERMA I1ZiwING COltlPANYINCORPORATEDTELEPHONE 4b2 LOUIeavILLE K PABST BEE ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barl and hopsnever permitted to leave t brewery until properly aged TICLIDPHOIJID xaS9 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson St Cumb Phone Haln 1913 I9tTI1lD WIEDEMANNBREWING 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 FOR DIERSENSFINE DARK JB 1iR Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN W PRANK WALTERS Clay= Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET felephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY C J SCHNEIDERDEALER Hams BaconPork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets TELEPHONE 2241 Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET The Busy Mans Line BETW- EENLOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE ST LOUIS and SOUTHWESTIS LOUISVILLE HENDERSON ST LOUIS RY HENDERSON ROUTE Pullman Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars Special roundtriphomeseekerarateglo southwest and west first and third Tuesdays January and February 1006 Special tourist rates to Col orado Texas Mexico and New Mexico on sale dally until April 80 limit to return SI 1880 SecondclaM colonwrates to lOutbwratTlckeu- on sale first and third Tuesdays of January and February 1803 Ask us for rates T IT GAL INCHES Traveling Pass Agent I J IRWIN General Pass Agent of time it will be gowlble omakeap preach to tfe fiole Itself and that the land IB tht Vicinity may eves Ucoae inhsbitd- rl r MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER i OPEN DAY AND N10- HTi504WJetreraonStrtet OTTO E VENT Proprietor Horn Phone 4713 Cumbn3 JW60NNOR BUILDER AND CONTRACTOR DEar Exrx lATlSSHINGLES 21252127 Twentysixth Street rroMIDM PHONE bail Louisville Wood Fiber Plaster LOUISVILLE WOODFIBER PLASTER 5 100 POUNDS Micky Will PltsiicCC- 7crlorMsd1 TELEPHONE Also oparatlnifihet Hood treromvill udTeln r r 0 yII i HE BIG STORES- of Seasons Slaughter Sale Is a startling clearance sale of High Grade Winter ing Hats and Furnishings For Men Boys and Children At prices that are only presentedby 3E BIG STORE 442 to 434 Market Fourth St and WestII TON M MARBLESTONE CO HE HOUSETHAT PLATT BUiLTi Everything Uptodate in ENS FURNISHINGS Shirts to Order and Wedding Outfits Our Specialties SID PLATT CO Fourth and Main JOHN II COLBMAN President DICK SHANIHY Secretary j ie lFarrand=CeciIian PianoT- HE PIANO EVERY ONE CAN PLAY We shall be very glad to give you any information In regard to It if you will U or write us The FarrandCecilian is built with the famous 1arrand patent eparable Feature By simply loosening few bolts the entire front of the- o Including the keydesk can be removed and the piano thus separated into parts PRICE 65000 Payments if desired Music ten cents a roll ONTENEGRO = RIEtlM MUSIC CO GS28O8O FOURTH AVENUE E M M + i r REMEMBERTHAT 1 URNITURtOF ALL KINDS I- SWMFMAYERi j419 W MARKET STREET NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT NO PRESENT LIKE GOOD JEWELRY We have Jewelry and other presents for the whole family at 50 per cent less than other jewelers can possibly sell for SEE US FIRST I J BRUNN 530 WEST MARKET S81 CX O + OC s00 TUB BOOR GO 1 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a call jSLfinestBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES nOFEVERY DESCRIPTION 3t 34 W Jefferson Streets f f tSS i I1I 3ii1F i Mr SPECIALWHI- CH tI WANT YOU TO 3 Lbs of Good 1t 1Colfee for fresh routed every day and the best for the try also my pedal TEA AT 43e A POUND Black Gr Inixed pure strong and fragrant Rebate tickets worth trade free with every dollars worth fLhlf W I 14 I l llulI IIIl1 I 11II 1II I I I t1I1 d 61 INOOIIMIIkTID t 1i k lamNend ttWtlitt py 1t EtNt11y hf iIK f JEWELER 6hafi Rogers TRYt 50c I guaranteed priceI MUL3LDY COFFEE ROASTER fl ePbonsi3J3 1KAFtKE1 TRGETI II1IlI Ill1i1t HUll hUll tthe l3rable1 Bilbett Company datrfi9tf IttutRtatftte tlPt1YtM- trSjN4 1111etctt Ymw- f Milk DoH II- dPIPtrlox mltAArtr rbano screen tz r 1ouferIIIe t j- gI teel ee e e eeViVVeeeee 0 I IIIII To make a decisive clearance of Womens and Childrens Coats and Furs emphatic price reductions prevail The styles are the latest conceived for seasonable I use The materials are those that have been given preference through entire season I COATS 8 Misses 1998 Coats 1498 Misses 598 Coats 398 qQ Coats 498Misses 998 o Womens 1400 Coats998 Childs 798 Coats 498 Childs 1000 Coats H S698- jQ Childs 1298 Coats 998 0Anyone in of a Coat or Fur should not neglect this chanceits one that as so seldom happens Mail orders will be filled until our lots are sold o- utu BACON SONS IITUB PLACE WHERE QUALITIES ARE BETTER AND PRICES LOWER I oeee e e oe e o HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News NotesI Indications point to a busy year for local Hibernians More than 000 people attended th thirtysecond annual ball given by Divis ion 1C of Boston i The County Board meeting Wednesday night will be an interesting one and not a member should be absent National Director Butler will be given a hearty welcome by the Jeffersonville Hibernians next Tuesday night Members of Division 3 of Buffalo presented the retiring President Maurice J Flaherty with a gold badge emblematic of the order- Wednesday evening the Ladies Auxil iary will hear reports from the commit tees that were appointed to organize their dramatic club Division 19 of Buffalo is deslrious of being known as the Banner division ofE Erie county All its members are work- Ing toward that end Division 3 meets Monday night Pres ident Welsh requests all members to be present as matters of Importance will be submitted and voted upon Division 2 of Dunkirk NY enjoye- a year in 1905 Not out member died or was dropped from the rolls and only one sick benefit was paid outLouisville Hibernians are now deter mined upon having their own hall They will not not act hastily but will carefully consider all propositions andplans sub witted During the latter part of this month the New Albany Hibernians will have a big meeting to be addressed by George J Butler member of the National Board of DirectorsAt the members of Ladles Aux iliary 11 dressed in quaint costumes fo their recent installation During the evening there were vocal and Instrumental solos and choruses Division 7 of Philadelphia at a recent meeting burned a mortgage of 1000 tbat had been lifted from their property On the same evening the members pre sented President John Gillen a gold watch Division 1 of Fall RIver Mass has presented John J Sweeney its retiring President with a smoking service and suit case He bad been President for several years and his work was appre ciated by the members The division at Wilton N H cele brated the anniversary of its incorpora tion by exemplifying the four degrees on a large class of candidates After the meeting a banquet was given in honor of the State officers who went from Nashua to attend the celebration The Ladies Auxiliary of Eveleth Minn has arranged a novel but splendid way of building up the society The members in turn give a euchre at which lunch is furnished Every member pays ten cents whether she attends or not Crowded houses are In order wherever the meetings have been held The 150 prominent Cathodes of Davenport Iowawhoafe stockholders In the Hibernian Hall Association met recently and heard the l reports of the officers The association Is in splendid shape It was founded In 1889 and the hall was erected soon after The building is of fine appearance and situated in the heart of the city The assem bly ball is declared tube the finest in the city for council purposes FATHER OSULLIVAN The Rev Father OSullivan pastor of the Church of the Blessed Sacrament who has been ill at St Joseph Infirmary for several weeks put underwent a surgical operation this week While his condition is Improved be is Mil far fromwel- lCINTft lfa COMMITT The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights ofAm rlcawIllmeet1atSt Marys Hall gigutfa na Gfaysoa streets on Friday nights Matters of importance are to bedtiCBiMia sad a full aU nd4Mc Isdd+ tE- l FURS Ii 4 98 Skunk Fur Scarfs 298 698 Squirrel Scarfs 598 I I 1298 Squirrel Scarfs 998 1298 Sable Fox Scarfs 698 01298 Sable Fox Scarfs9981498 Sable Fox Scarfs 998 3000 Sable Fox Scarfs 2498 swant e o prosperous annual I SOCIETY DIRECTORY AoIiDIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas D Clines Recording Secretary Thomas Kee Jre SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh SergeantatArmsEdward Craddick DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice PresidentWilliam T Meehan TreasurerOwen Kelran- RecordlngSecreta1yJoseph T Lynch Financial Secretary John T Keaney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Mondayr evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole man Financial Secretary Daniel J Dough erty s Treasurer George JButler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon SentinellMartlu Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes MonthdPresident John A Murphy Vice PresIdentJoseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEPFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentMichael Kenney Presidfent Robert Gleason VlcePresldentMlchael Breen Treasurer Louis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr KinneyrSergeantatarmsJohn Doorkeeper Eugene Constantine Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney MarshalJohn A Kennedy Y lam I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 53Q Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raidy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Pat tonRecording Secretary john L Boland Corresponding Secretary Frank Lana banFinancial Secretary Frank G Adams TreasurerDaniel Weber Marshalrjataea L Mullarkey Inside SentinelCharles Oswald Outside Sentinel Louis Kinsella KATIE AGNES SMITH Independent of all Undertakers LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladles and children a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly daynr night Home phone 1677 Office 2408 Payne St JIve your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by the Xavedan Brothers Classical Scientific and Business CoursesTreparatonr De UqulppedGymDUlum SWORN INTO OFFICE William Constantine one of the most popular young men in Jeffersonville has been sworn in as a Deputy under Sheriff John S Pernett He has been Acting Jailer of Clark county since Michael Wall began his canvass for the nomina lion for Sheriff C K 81ALfe insurance is considered an absolute necessity to those who have dear ones depending upon them becaoee it assures to the fdmilyacontin I uance of the Tawny loaf iu the veBtorII death of the provider j Practical Catholic ought favor a Cath olio insurance order stjch as the Catholic Knigbti of Americ i Write to Pr sJdti itJelix GatxlaNew- Orleans Ior 10 Secretary Anthofly I MMeta UerntodJ ceerd BalMlag l 1t1 J Ionia Yo e n- ii IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Gaelic League is making surpris ing advances in Belfast The town tenants movement Ms ing much progress in Cork I The number of orphans in the Dublin St Vincents Asylum at the close of the month was 145 Macroom Gaels have decided to inaugurate a fund for the benefit of the family of the late Patrick Looney When the sixteen unfortunate tenants were evicted at Meenkilly West Lime ick Father Casey was present and prevented any outbreak against the officers J C Flynn M P was presented with an address by the national teachers of the South of Ireland in recognition of his exertions on their behalf in Parliament In consequence of the representation- made by the Dublin Exhibition Commit tee the exhibition which it was proposed to hold in Edinburgh in 1907 has been postponed until 1908 Right Rev Monsignor Gaughran Vice Capitular has been placed first on the list of ecclesiastics to be submitted by the parish priests to the Holy See fo appointment to the Bishopric of Meatb With regret was heard announcement Of the death of the death of Very Rev Canon Hayes at Tulla County Clare Deceased was in the seventythird yea of his age and the fiftieth of his priest hoodThe death of the Rev Peter Acton ha occurred at Trinidad where he had jour neyed to recruit his health two years ago Deceased was a son of Peter Acton of Castlebar was educated at Blackrock andt ordained priest at the Irish College i ParisSister Mary Jane Frances Rochford of the Convent of Mercy at Wexford died recently aged forty years She was a daughter of the late Gregory RochfordI and had been over twenty years a mew ber of the community of the Sisters of MercyA putation tbat waited on the Bishop of Clonfert obtained from him a site for new piemlsea for Martin Wardin place of those from which he was ordered evicted in accordance with the ejectment action obtained against him by Lord ClanrlcardessgentI The parish improvement scheme inaug urated at Menlough County Galway is entirely a benevolent and philanthropic undertaking the advantages to the par ish being altogether gratuitous The work is under the management of a com mittee composed of the Countess of Mayo Countess of Fingall Sir Horace Plunkett and the Rev Father Finlay S J Their aim is to raise the standard of cleanliness thrift industry and bright ness in the homes of the working people The management of the Drlpsey woolen mills near Dublin has recently sent a letter to all school teachers in the vicinity of the plant in which they said4sour business is constantly Increasing and giving us ppportunities to increase our staff and as our help is almost entirely drawn from the pupils of the schools In this locality we beg to inform you for the Information of your pupils who may look forward to employment in our mills that we shall require all hands in the future to have a knowledge of the Irish language FJ DERT TIONIThe Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies will hold its regular I an1Clnbthat every delegate will be in his place Interesting reports are looked for FOR WORTHY CAUSE The Pastime Drill Company will give one of their popular euchres for a able purpose at their hall S cbarJtII MondarevenIngPebrisary called at 18 oclock sharp and twenty TheTineleeeareMeeerarJ EreenNickPhleeler IIryBlotm +H H In H n I H + H + I U H t to I I H tH t t + tf GREAT SALEOF IRON BEDS GREENESBeing the Largest Handlers of Iron Beds in Louisville We show the best variety and most handsome designs at the low est prices ranging From 250 to 251- GREENEI11 JAMES 1 425 427 429 EI W = = A IB SURE TO CALL FOR IMcKENNA I r 8j1 1WHISKYIj IS ALWAYS PURE IIITi II H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Hy eov Il to NH11111H H1 I HII 111+1 1 1 1 1111 H I1n11 1 111 HHH 1 H to STRAIGHT CREEK COAL PleasesSCAN ON= JONES COAL CO Incorporated Yards9th and Kentucky 7th and Magnolia 1st and P Sts Frankfort Ave and L N R R rBOTH PHONES TkOtl1 HlH H 11 1 1 111 = 1 1 HuH H1 1 1 1 I I 1 11 1 1 f 1 HH1 1 110 ravoIILoW TRIO iJLtso 7tDAnd you DONT RUN no RISK by giving hesUNITED LAUNDRY CO 4Incorporated nHAND WORK A SPECIALTY ss GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN I GNOS SPENCER President Iand Expert Accountant SIXTH AND MAIN STREETS P BANNON President QUICKMEAL STEEL RANC- EaBAitE WELL LOOK WEL- LjArrW11L URISB NtIBrl- Blldlnt tL081SdLLIa KY 00 Ml BANNON VlctPrn I Qeni Mgr QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Bat In The World Awarded first prize at the St Louis Worlds Fair GEIGER SON 217 Market St near Second 1EducatesIFor Business Good Employment and Succett CALL OR WRtTC ron CUlV INrORU ATION Business COlled JIvTTTT4 H M WOLTRING Secretary R B IANNONJ T asaror F Eannon Sewer FpP Co Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe lanaons Patent Lidded PIpe for Steaea Rsdalts glrlckFlreGrate s maaFlrejWyChiraaey Sidewalk rickIOFFICE 508WS12 W JB ERSON TLHPRONHA73r WORKS =t3thand LexlBttoaanaMmgo Ave M Bet pth and roth h1PHONH 3rJ A 6 iutlVi j JrinQ