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LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY DECEMBER 31 1910
GREETING
Once more does the Kentucky
Irish American come forth to greet
the old and meet the now at the
opening of another year and to wish
all Its loyal and faithful patrons a
supremely happy and prosperous
tried In all
new year We have
possible ways to show your apprecla
tion of the liberal patronage given
us and have at all times used our
columns to preach true friendship
and to urge any Improvement that
would be for the best Interests of
Louisville and Kentucky If our
efforts have pleased we feel fully
repaid for the labor put upon It We
can assure our readers that the
Kentucky Irish American will be
better next year than ever before
and that It will continue to stand up
for our people and the merits of the
best city In America
LOYALTY AND PROSPERITY
The closing year has been a good
one for the Catholic societies of
Louisville They have all made
y gains In numbers and If all of them
t have not Increased their treasuries
It Is because the money was spent
In charity The St Vincent do
Paul Society has done exceptionally
well yet their work Is never
ostentatiously advertised The
Hibernians and their Ladies Aux
iliary the Catholic Knights of
America the Catholic Knights and
Ladles of America the Catholic Or
der of Foresters the Knights of
4v Columbus the Knights of 8t John
the St Josephs Orphans Society
and kndred organizations have all
done good work
The coming of the Right Rev
Bishop ODonaghue gave a fresh
Impetus to the work of the local
Catholic societies While they
lamented the death of Bishop Mc
Closkey they strove as Catholics to
strain a point In showing their
X obedience to the church and their
loyalty to Bishop ODonaghuq by
Increasing their good works The
year 1911 has bright prospects for
them The Kentucky Irish American
wishes them a happy and prosperous
now year
yearC1iURCiI
CinjRCII AND CHURCH
A couple of weeks ago a corre
spondent asked the Catholic Advance
I to tell him In a few words what was
the difference between the Catholic
and Protestant churches It made a
lain statement which seemed to
satisfy him Now It gives an Illus
tration of the difference in Wichita
Protestant ministers object to Sun
day baseball because they say it Is
a breach of the commandment to
keep holy the Sabbath day They
apply to the civil powers of the city
to enact a law prohibiting the
amusement That Is their method of
keeping their people in the narrow
path Now the Catholic priests
whom the ministers have been nag
RIng from time Immemorial about
Church and State recognize the
need of Sunday rest and rational
amusement and after attending to
the Sunday worship do not forbid
such amusement Again if their boys
were Inclined to any unruly games
or gave annoyance to others a
prohibition from the priests whom
they revere as their heavenly ap
pointed teachers would put a stop
to It at once There Is quite a dif
ference between the two systems as
Is I evident
evidentBAPTISTS
BAPTISTS ALARMED
So great have been the gains
made in this country by the Catholic
church In recent years that some of
1 V separated brethren have become
f Jlte alarmed lest they fall Into the
jTlshermattB net Writing In the
Baptist World this week the Rev
F J Wllkln has this to say
That Rome has determined on
the conquest of England was af
firmed by Cardinal Manning in the
following words when speaking to
the Roman clergy t fIt Is good for us
reverend brothers to be hero in
England 1C ever there Vas a coun
trjMn which there is much to do and
perhaps fo f suffer It Is here I shall
n not say too much If I say that it Is i
for ua to subjugateand subdue to I
eoiutw and to rule an Imperial
aWe have tQdo with a will 11
which l reign throughout the world
as the wUlorold Rome reigned
one and It J a for aa to bM11er
break that will which aatloas and
kingdoms haw fouad invincible and
o Inflexible Wire fc ier eoqur l
it EhgUai K 01114bt 6onq red
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throughout the world All its lines
meet here and therefore in England
the church of God must be gathered
in all Its strength These and
similar words would not be very
significant by themselves but taken
in conjunction with tho Apostolate
of Prayer for the conversion of Eng
land the seeming manipulation of
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large sections of the English press
the rapid multiplication of monas
teries and nunneries In Great
Britain all of them sealed against I I
Government inspection the Increase
in the Roman educational institu II
tions and the frequent attempts to
influence Parliamentary elections
they seem to indicate a subtle per
sistent attempt to make up by gains
In England for Romes losses In
other lands
Cardinal Manning has been dead
for a number of years but if the
Rev Mr Wilkin is to be believed the
Cardinals spirit still stalks abroad
In the land The Cardinal was not
an Englishman but an Irishman
and the Irish taught the English all
the rules of civilization that any
Englishman ever possessed
But the editor of the Baptist
World follows the Wllkln article
with this effusion
No it is a mistake Kentucky
Baptists have sometimes been mis
understood by persons who get their I
Information at secondhand In an
interview given to a newspaper man
In England recently and published
In the Christian World and Evan
gellstDr C Parkes Codman
Congregationalist minister of Brook
lyn NY had this to say when
speaking of Roman Catholicism in
America I had rather have an
American Roman priest than a big
oted High Church English country
rector or a bitter narrow Ken
tucky Baptist Now there Is no
disputing about religious tastes any
more than about the aesthetic tastes
of men and Dr Codman may here
have expressed his real prefernces
But If the Implication be that ICon
tucky Baptists are characteristically
narrow and bitter the reverened
gentleman Is seriously In error and
has done a noble people a grave
Injustice
From all this one can Judge that
the poor benighted Baptists are
unduly alarmed over tho prospect of
Roman supremacy Red foxes
little red school houses Ignorance
and Baptists all take to the back
woods Is an old adage and the
editors of the Baptist World con
vince one that the Kentucky
Baptists are no exception to the
ruleHow
How often says the Irish Stand
ard people go to church with neither
Rosary nor prayer book and sit
gazing listlessly during the sermon
The same people would not expect
any remuneration If they were to
spend their time loafing around the
office or shop of their employer
Neither should they expect salvation
tp be had for ° going through
formalities In a mechanical way
Our Indianapolis neighbor the
Indiana Catholic does not appear
anxious for home rule for Ireland
Without cause or reason that paper
continually casts doubt and
suspicion Upon every act orthe Irish
Nationalist party which has the
confidence of the masses In the old
land and fairminded people every
where
loreStart
Start the new year by subscribing
for the Kentucky Irish American f
THAT CONSISTORY DATE
The Rome correspondent of the
Buffalo Union and Times declares
that notwithstanding all that has
been said and written on the date
tot the longexpected consistory
there is no sign of such a function
Indeed there Is not even a word of a
consistory at present In Vatican cir
cles It may be of course that
sprIng may bring forth develop
ments but there is nothing whatever
certain on the question It Is prob
able that the recent disturbances In
Portugal may have had an Influence
to defer the great ceremony cape
daily a as consistory means so much
to Catholic governments In any I
case should the number of vacancies
in the Sacred Collegethere are now t
nineteen and three Cardinals all ad
vanced In years are dangerously
111 Increase much more Plus XJ
may find It necessary to waive all
objections and hold a consistory
straight off
TRINITY TO INSTALL
Trim Counsll will inUll its now
offhwr Mxtoftd iAn fcer
arc attaton tlsai ° wilt bra
rooker for the nfmberm i I
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lrw SOCIETY e
w w9 6sir C
Miss Minnie Murray of Clifton Is
the holiday guest of her brother
Eugene Murray at Latpnla
Miss Genevieve Hackott will enter
tain a number of her friends at but
fet luncheon this afternoon
Mrs L G Scanlqn has been enter
taining Mrs Lacefield of Bowling
Green at her home In Wilder Park
Miss Mary Grimes will be hostess
to a watch party tonight at her
home Eighteenth and Portland ave
nue
nueMiss
MIss Helen C Corcoran arrived
last week fraIl Nazareth and is
spending the holidays with her par
ents
Mr and Mrs Edward Sullivan and
daughter Cordelia have been spend
ing tho holidays with their parents
at Bowling Green
Misses Eleanor Mary Catherine
and Madellrie Baldwin aro home
from Nazareth Academy for the
holiday vacation
Miss Theresa McDermott prin
cipal of the school at Jeffersontown
is spending the holiday vacation at
her old home in Paris
Mr and Mrs Lawrence Donahue
hplis
days In Covington the guests of Mr
and Mrs Fred Donahue
John Donahue of Covington and
a former resident of Louisville came
to Louisville to attend the funeral
of Mrs Honora Cunniff
Misses Boniba and Honor Murphy
and Ellen Wathon returned last
week from Nazareth to be with their
parents over the holidays
Miss Elizabeth Sheehan of Bloom
field has been the guest of Miss
Eleanor McPheeters at her home on
Cherry street New Albany
Among those from this cityivl
spent Christmas In New York were
Miss M A Flanagan Miss Maggie
Judge Miss D Morrlosy and P Don
ovan
Miss Loretto Gramling of Indian
apolis Is the guest of Miss Stella
OConnor Third street who has ar
ranged a number of entertainments
in her honor
Albert W Clegg who is attending
Rose Polytechnic arrived here last
week and is spending the holiday
season with his parents Mr and
Mrs F A Clegg
Edward B Parker left last Sunday
night to resume his studies at the
Annapolis NaVal Academy after a
weeks visit to his parents Mr and
Mrs Edward J Parker
Mr and Mrs John Ridge of
Cloverpoit have been spending the
Christmas holidays here as the guest
of their mother and sister at Nine
teenth and Lytle streets
Miss Mary Nevitt will return next
week from a holiday visit to her
parents Mr and Mrs John Nevitt
at Irvington to resume her studies
at Sacred Heart Academy
Miss Corlnne Lyons will leave
tomorrow for Bloomfield where she
will be the guest of honor at a
Now Years dance Before returning
she will visit Taylorsvlllo and Bards
town Mends
Mr and Mrs John D Beck West
Broadway have had as their guests
during the holidays Miss Eva Deck
who is a pupil at Nazareth and
John Harvey Beck a student at Rose
Polytechnic Institute
Miss Margaret Boslor who is at
tending school at the Sacred Heart
Academy returned Saturday and Is
spending the holidays with her par
ents Mr and Mrs Edward J Bosler
1325 Highland avenue
William J Norton one of the most
widely known commercial travelers
In the Southern States has returned
from a threemonths trip and Is
spending the holidays with his fam
ily on South Fifth street
Miss Bessie Donahue of St Louis
Is the guest of Miss Mary Ridge at
her home on East Broadway The
fair visitor will be the honor guest
at many entertainments before re i
turning to the Mound City
CityI I
Paul Doherty Stanley Newhall
and Adolph Waller who have been
spending the holidays with their rel
ames will leave the first of next
week for Ann Arbor where they are
attending Michigan University
Richard Ramstein will leave Mon
day to resume his studies at Mt St
Francis Preparatory School after
spending the holiday vacation with
his parents Mr and Mrs Joseph
Ramstein 402 South Twentyfourth
street
J1 Pink Cuneo and sisters Misses
Kate and Mary Cuneo have re
turned after a threemonths trip to
Europe They visited England
France Switzerland and Italy and
while in Rome had an audience with
the Pope
Harry Lanahan who returned last
week from Birmingham spend the
holidays ere was the honor guest
iat a dance at Trinity Council club
houQ Tuesday evening and a stag
party giveR by his mother Wednes
day and tonight he wlllbe tendered
at banquet at the Galt House
Invitations are being received for
tM marriage of Arthur Tracy and
MlM NelHe Hinton of Jetf rikmviUe
which wilt be Mletnalied next month
wt St AucwrtiMi church with the
liter Jobx OConiwll oMlelatln
Both young people art r avail known
ai8 their wedding wUl bA one of
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the society events of the winter
season
Miss Helen Osborno entertained a J
number of her friends In a most j
ilollghtful manner Wednesday eve
ping at her homo on the boulevard I
The evening was devoted to vocal
and Instrumental music games and
lond I
COUNTY BOARD MEETING I
The now County Board A 0 H
will meet next Tuesday eovntng at
Bertrand Hal having been called to
gether by County President Joseph
P Lynch who will appoint the reg
ular standing committees and will
also place before the board the man
ISCENE I FROM NEXT WEEKS ATTRACTION AT THE AVENUE
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dancing followed by a dainty supper
covers being laid for twentyfour I
The lair hostess was assisted in ro
C lvlng by her mother Mrs William
Osbornc
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One of the happiest of tho many
Christmas gatherings was manyI I I
the residence of Mr and Mrs
Thomas D ClInes In Grainger Court
who entertained with a bounteous
family dinner Their guests were
Mrs Mary Clines Mr and Mrs Wdll
lam M HiggIns Mr and Mrs James
Noonan Mr and Mrs John D
Gray Misses Hattie Higgins Mary
Clines ilaymo Noonan Margaret
Higglns 1I Cunningham John
Clines and Joseph and Frank His
gins
FATHER ROCK
Regaining His Health at
St Josephs In
firmary
The many friends of Rev R M J
Rock the beloved rector of the
Cathedral and ono of the most
widely known priests In the Southern
States Were deeply grieved when It
became known Wednesday that he
had suffered a general breakdown
and had been removed from the rec
tory to St Jogephs Infirmary
Father Rock has been In rather poor
health for over a year but refused
to give up his arduous duties at the
Cathedral until forced to do so In
addition to his manifold duties lie
has personally supervised All the
Improvements made at the Cathedral
during the past two years a work of
itself sufficient to tax the strength
of a much stronger man
Christmas morning Father Rock
exhibited signs of weakness but no
alarm was felt until Tuesday when
a heavy cold Developed Since Us
removal to St Josephs there has
been a favorable change in his con
dition and we are rejoiced to be
able to state that with a needed and
deserved rest he will be soon re
stored fo his flock
LAID TO REST
J Herman > Buddeke seventysix
years old a highly respected German
citizen of Louisville and veteran of
the civil war died of oenillty at his
home 522 East Broadway last Sat
urday Mr Buddeke had been ill
since the death of his wife nine
months ago but his condition did
not become serjous until last Octo
ber when hewas compelled to take
to his bed A change1 for the worse
came suddenly Friday night and he
died Saturday afternoon with mem
bers of the family at the bedside
threedaughters
daughters Mrs Frank Gottbrath of
Paducah Mrs Joseph Schtldt of
Louisville Miss Alice Buddeke and
two sons Henry and Charles Bud
deko also of Louisville The fu
neral services were held Tuesday
morning from St Boniface church
and the remains were Interred be
side those of his wife in St Louis
cemetery
cemeteryARCHBISHOPS S
ARCHBISHOPS JUBILEE
The Catholics and many other
citizens of Minnesota are already
making preparatlona for an appro
priate celebration of the sacerdotal
Jubilee of Archbishop Ireland which
occurs on December 21 1S11 Arch
bishop Ireland was ordia d tQtho
priesthood fortynine yean ago and
has been a Bshop thirtylive yean
Only three members of the Roman
Catholic hierarchy in the United
States ar older than the jt Paul I
prelate in ppfat of aarrlce They are I
Cardinal CMbVona ot Baltimore
BWiop Hogaa of Kansas City and
Archbishop Ryeof Pfclladeljpfcla
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ner and advisability of celebrating
I celebratingSt
St Patricks day The newly elected
officers of Divisions 3 and 4 will
also be Installed on that evening
County Secretary Edward Kelran
requests the division Secretaries to
forward their lists of newly elected
flvlsion officers
offtCBrLSURPRISED
SUJIPIIISED
Sterling Democrats Taken
Unawares by
Friends
Friends of Frank Mcdrath and
iWharfmaster Frank Dugan remem
bered them very handsomely at
Christmas The two Franks have
been close friends for years and
their admirers wished to treat them
alike Each received a handsome
sliver service of 160 pieces Com
petent art critics pronounce the
services the handsomest that ever
camo to Louisville The presenta
tions were made without ostentation
The recipients and their respective
families fortune are very proud of their good
Frank McGrath and Frank Dugan
have been wheelhorses for Democ
racy and for their friends They
have given freely of time money
and advice The silver is only an
earnest of better things In store for
them during the years to come None
deserve more from friends than
Dugan and McGrath
KASTS1 NIGHT TO SHINE
Branch 92 C K and L of A gavo
a euchre at Trinity Hall on Wednes
day night The attendance was
large and all present enjoyed them
selves ThQ gold handled umbrella
offered for the gentleman selling the
greatest number of tickets was won
by AndreW Kasl and his sister Mrs
Matt Cunnlff won the ladles um
brella Mrs Dave Welsh won a
very handsome clock and Mrs An
drew Kast won the first euchre prize
a handsome gold ring Quite a nice
sum was realized ana will bo de
voted to a worthy and charitable
purposeNUNS
NUNS TRANSFERRED
During the new year Mother
Aloysla Hewett will have charge of
the Good Shepherd Convent at
Eighth and Walnut streets a refuge
for colored girls She has been con
nected with the order for thirty
years and most of her tlmo has been
spent at the Institution at Twenty
third and Bank streets Sister
Aloysla will be assisted by Mother
Mary of the same order Mother
Thomas and Mother Francis XavIer
who have been In charge at Eighth
and Madison streets have been
transferred to Indianapolis
GLAD GREETINGS
Will Burke a former active mem
ber of Mackln Council Is spending
the Christmas holidays with his par
cuts Mr and Mrs Michael J Burke
of Belgravla Mr Burke la a
student ta St Patricks College
Columbus Ohio and is studying for
the priesthood and will eventually
become a Dominican Father Rich
ard Meany O P Is President of
St Patricks College and through
Mr Burke sent his best regards to
all Ala friends In Louisville espe
cially his old friends In Limerick
LEXINGTON I
Rev Martin Deteney assistant
pastor otst Pauls church at Lex
ington who fell 5s the Ice while
leftabOtllder
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Veterinary Infirmary and
Horse Shoeing Forge
ISCIENTIFIC I AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING
ISCIENTIFIC I
Horses Celled For and Delivered
I Both Phones 2399 OFFICE AND FORGE 713715 SEVENTH STREET 11
I KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS I
Late News That Will Interest
Members Here and Else
where
Thoro are 200 members in the
council at Bololt Wls
With 500 Knights present Council
1516 has been Instituted at North
field Minn
A class of seventyfive will re
ceive the second degree next week at
Dunkirk N Y
The Knights of Milwaukee propose
holding laymens retreats in a differ
cat < parlsh each year
Milwaukee Knights number among
their members thirtythree priests
thirtyone lawyers fortysix doctors
and twelve school principals and
teachersDenver
Denver Knights will compose the I
floor committee at the annual char
Sty ball to be given for the St Vin
cent Orphanage
The first degree was conferred on
a good class last week at Washing
ton Ind The second and third will
be exemplified in the early spring
Thirtysix members were elected
at the last meeting of Denver Coun
cil The first degree will be exem
plified tonight and the second and
third tomorrow afternoon
WITH TIlE SICK
1IaryChawk
Chawk the venerable mother of Dr
John T and William Chawk will
be rejoiced to learn that she Is now
convalescent at Sts and
Mary Eliza
beth Hospital and that it will not
be long until her health Is fully re
stored
We are also glad to learn that
Joseph Burke who has been criti
cally 111 at his home on Cawthon
street continues to Improve and his l
attendants now entertain hopes for
his recovery
recoveryNUNS
NUNS VISIT PARENTS
Ulster Antoninus of the Domini
can order and a former member of
St Louis Dertrands parish Is spend
spendIng
parents Mr and Mrs John
Morlarity of 9C2 South Sixth street
She was formerly Miss Minnie
Morlarlty and is a cousin of two
other members of the Dominican or 0r
der Sister Alexia and Sister
Dolarlta daughters of Mr and Mrs
lllmothy OSulllvan of Seventh and
St Catherine streets
HAPPY UNION
Miss Agnes Francis the accom
plished daughter of Mr and Mrs
Mike Francis 1900 Portland avenue
JoinedIn
In the holy bonds of wedlock Tues
day evnlng at St Patricks rectory
The fortunate groom is a well known
Monon locomotive engineer and his I
marriage was a surprise to his nu
merous friends After the honey
moon the happy couple will make
their home In South Louisville
BLESSING OF STATIONS
The handsome Stations of the Way
of tho Cross that adorn St Cecilias
new church will be solemnly blessed
at 730 oclock tomorrow evening
The Rev Father Ignatius O F M
of St Bonifaces Convent will offi
elate at the blessing and preach the
sermon This will put the com
pleting touch to St Cecilias and
the pastor Rev Father A J
Brady is correspondingly happy
WAS LOUISVILLE BOY
John L MCCloskey of New York
a former Louisville man was elected
Vice President of the Augusta
Altken Railway and Electric Corpor
ation at a special meeting held In
New York City on December 12
1910 McCloskey Is also a member
of the Board of Directors Ho is a
frequent visitor to Louisville where
his parents still reside
I REVEREND VISITOR
Tho Rev Father S A Holleran
pastor of the Catholic mission at
Irvlngton was a welcome visitor to
Louisville this week He is hale and
hearty and wishes all his friends In
this city a happy new year Father
Holleran < paid his respects to the
office of the Kentucky Irish Ameri
can during his brief sojourn
FORTY HOURS
Tomorrow the Forty Hours
prayer will begin at St Michaels
church on Brook street and will
como to a solemn close on Tuesdir
Rev Farther OConnor will be as
sisted by a number of his brother
priests and the Christmas crib and
decorations will remain during these
beautiful devotions
SPOKE AT ST LOUIS
Hon Edward J McDermott of
this city was one of the principal
speakers before the American
Political Science Association in St 1
Louis Wednesday afternoon HIs
paper Delays and Reversals on
Technical Groundsln Civil and Crim
Criminal
mended by Frederick W Lehman
Solicitor General of the United
States and Nathan W McChesney
Chicago
ChicagoPLLASANT I
PLEASANT SURPRISE
Alderman Ban J Brumkve was I
given a moat plea aM1t turprlM last t
rklay nlffht when lie was b + tea
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7Ut7 tULEYS
Monday Tuesday and Wednesday
Wednesl1ayNIghts
Nights and Wednesday Matinee
Francis Wilson in The Bachelor
Baby
Thursday Friday and Saturday Nights
NIghtsI I I
Mrs Fiske in Becky Sharp
I NEW THE
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MATINEES
MATINEESSunday
Sunday
SundayTuesday
Tuesday
TuesdayThursday
Thursday
Saturday
15 and 25
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High Class Vaudeville
AND
Motion Pictures
ADMISSION 10 CENTS
Three shows dally Sunday contin
uous
CASINO AND ORPHEUM
THEATERS
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These are the Leading Moving Pic
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tespecially to Ladles and Children
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Under the same management Pre
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historic dramatic and comic
dive your boys an education that will pre
pare hem for life
ST XAVIERS COLLEGE
112 W Broadway Louisville Ky
Conducted by the Xaverian Brother Classical
Scientific and Business Courses Preparatory De
partment Large Swimming Pool Well Equipped
Gymnasium Terms Moderate Bro James Dir
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KENTUCKY HOTEL COMPANY j
rr r K Incorporated
Special attention given to traveling men
Best in the city for the money Have
your mail addressed in our care First
class sample rooms
AMERICAN PLAN
RATES ZOO and 250 With Bath 300
BERT HICKS Manager
Center and Jefferson Sfs Opp Court House
All the late and new Styles and Shapes
can be found here at reasonable prices
Call and see us
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Of 411 Kinds
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Prices go to
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PETER M ANDRIOT SONS
WAGON MANUFACTURERS
Carriage Repairing and Briber Tirw
205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET
presented with a fine diamond itog
0 J Limner who la President oC
themada Young Mens Democratic Club
made the pr wtatioa speech The n
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