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E KENTUCKY IRIu AMERICANOLU- ME IXNO 10 LOUISVILLE SATURDA MARCH 7 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS GOOD SHOWING Made by tho Socioty of St VIn- cent do Pnul Lust Sunday t St Patricks Conference Led All tho Rest With Now Members- Congratulatory Message Cabled to Our Holy Father tho Pope URGENT NEED OF A REFORM SCHOOL The quarterly meeting of the Society of St Vincent de Paul was held in St Francis Hall at 4 oclock Sunday after noon This meeting is always the most important of the year as at this time the annual reports of each conference for the preceding year are read President James T Campbell was in the chair Secretary John Doyle read several letters from the Superior Council of New York which were full of interest Among other things the Superior Council urged each member of the society to become a subscriber to the St Vincent de Paul Quarterly Maga zinc in order that they might keep thor oughly in touch with the work of the society throughout the world The reception of new members followed and as usual St Patricks parish led all the rest President Edward J OBrien had a following that was a splendid ex ample for others to follow The new members thirtyfive in all were received Into the society and President Campbell delivered a short but earnest talk express- Ing his appreciation of the presence of so many young men The reading of the annual reports of the various conferences was frequently punctuated by applause St Patricks conference showed the best financial standing and was closely followed by the conference of Sacred Heart church The younger conferences of St Vincent de Paul St George and St Brigid all showed that they were doing good work Each and every report showed that the various conferences were carrying on the work ofI the society nobly both temporally and spiritually thaHheyhad paid particular attention to the care of orphan children and to children taken from worthless parents The President of the Particular Council in his report showed that the society was properly conducted and the Committee on Special Works reported in favor of building a Catholic reform school in preference to the proposed coliseum j This sentiment evoked prolonged ap j plause The same sentiment was embraced in the report of the committee j visiting the jail and by the Rev Father i Deppen in a brief address The Right Rev Monsignor Bouchet Spiritual Director j of the society made a short talk j urging earnestness on the part of mem bers He also warned them of the dan gerous condition of society at the present day which he said is as bad as in theI days of the Roman Emperors depicted in Quo Vadis Before adjourning President Campbell appointed committee to cable congratu lations to Our Holy Father Leo XIII on the anniversary of his coronation j The following cablegram was sent accord inglyLeo i XIII Rome The Conference of St Vincent de Paul of the city of Louis ville with their whole hearts congratulate you holiness I JAMES CAMP ltrr President rINOBLE WOMEN Of Cathedral Parish Called to Their Eternal Re N ward Two truly Christian ladles were re moved from this community by death within the past week Each was greatly admired in her respective sphere Both were friends of the orphans the distressed and afflicted Mrs Bridget Treasy died at the family residence Oil West Broadway last Thursday night She was the wife of Martin Treasy an estimable citizen and the mother of James and Thomas Treasy well known IrishAmerican citizens Mrs Treasy had lived many years in Louis ville and was one of the oldest and best known ladies in the Cathedral parish She was a foremost worker in the cause of charity and yet her giving was always done unostentatiously She died as she lived a devout Catholic Her funeral took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption at 2 oclock Sunday after noon A large circle of friends occom panied the remains to the last resting place in St Louis cemetery Mise Mamie Margaret Gatto the only daughter of Mr and Mrs Larry Gatto died at the family residence 361 West Jefferson street at 825 oclock Sunday morning Miss Gatto was only twenty four years old During several years past she had suffered from asthma and this with an attack of grip which occurred about two weeks ago proved fatal although until a few days before her death no alarming symptoms developed Last Saturday wMIe Gattds birthday and nrtead of the intended festivities the Li u JI JII household was plunged in grief Miss Gatto despite her youth had been for years an ardent worker in the cause of charity No Cathedral picnic or char itable work was complete without her The entire community unite in sympathy with Mr and Mrs Gatto and the grief stricken brothers of the deceased in their great loss Her funeral took place fromI the Cathedral at 10 oclock Tuesday morning The Rev Father P M J Rock conducted the funeral ceremonies The interment was in St Louis cemetery The world is better because these noblewomen lived and because they knew how to die May they rest in peace PROMPT RETORT Of Judge ODoherty Brought Frank P Strauss to Time Frank P Strauss an attorney for the Louisville Railway Company made an jinsulting remark to Judge Matt ODoh erty in the Common Pleas Court room last Tuesday morning Judge ODoherty jpromptly and justly called him a liar I I and had not friends interfered would I jhave administered the trouncing so richly deserved Oh StraussIIII Strauss called on Judge ODoherty and t acknowledged that he erred and begged jpardon for what he had said Judge ODoherty generously forgave Mr I Strauss and the Incident between them iis apparently closed But it is not closed as far as the friends of Judge ODoherty are concerned They may forgive but they cant forget and wouldnt if they couldJudge ODoherty was arguing a motion jfor a new trial in a damage suit against the Louisville Railway Company when jhe took occasion to comment on the jury that had decided the case Attorney Strauss interrupted to say that Judge ODoherty was an anarchist that when ODoherty sat upon the bench the juries in his court were a scandal to the city and that it created the impression that the doors of the almshouse had been opened to make jurymen for him Thats a lie said Judge ODoherty and then realizing the significance ofii 5Strauss statement he added in stentorian voice Youre a liar and started after Mr Strauss Fortunately for the latter a mix up was prevented Here are some of the people who served on juries in Judge ODohertys court tthat Mr Strauss referred to as paupers jFrank C Nunemacher Joseph Imorde David ilerlwether Charles H Uhrig William J Baird Len G Herndon Gus C Rletze R W Donigan Gen John B ICastleman Col Morris B Belknap Moses Bakrow Thomas B Crutcher R H Spalding James J Gaffney Owen Tyler Fred Gernert G W Conway and Pink Varble Now these are only a few of the many highly respected and intelligent t gentlemen who composed the juries I in Judge ODohertys court It was the reflection on these gentlemen that caused Judge ODoherty to administer the re buke that Strauss so richly deserved Judge ODoherty was on the eve of preparing a public statement on the sub ject of his juries when on the morning after the episode Strauss waited upon him and made an humble apology Of course it was accepted Mr Strauss could possibly be excused if he had made the statement in the sudden heat of passion But this was not the caseII His statement was made calmly deliberately maliciously It is now incum bent upon this hired attorney of the Louisville Railway Company to apologize to each and every one of the jurors upon whom be cast so serious a reflec tion It is up to you Mr Strauss NEW BRANCH Of Catholic Knights Organized In Holy Trinity Con gregatlon The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America and several other zealous members of the order went to St Matthews Sunday and organized a branch at Holy Trinity church there- About I thirty gentlemen from Louisville were in the party During vespers Mrs J Cooper of 2705 Magazine street and Michael Reichert sang a duet that was very pleasing A choir of twenty voices from the Holy Name St Peters and St Pauls churches t rendered excellent music After the work of organizing the new branch Rev Father Niessenthepastor HolyTrinity church tendered the Louisville visitors a reception The speakers were Messrs Newton G Rogers Harry Veeneman Joseph P McGinn Mike Reichert John J Score Rev Father Niessen and Ben Speaker The Interest manifested was very encouraging to the State Council Sometime in the near future the Central Committee will again visit St Matthews and form ally institute the new branchINARROW ESCAPE Assistant Fire Chief Ben Dillon had a narrow escape last Saturday night While responding to an alarm of fire in Portland his horse fell in a mud hole in the unpaved street throwing him out of his buggy on his head Fortunately he bad protestedARRANOINO POR A PICNIC The Catholic Knights and Ladies of America are planning to give a picnic at Phoenix Hill Park some time during th atetith of Jude g DU r1 J r I LONG LIVE tHE POPE Catholics All Over the World Did Honorto the Name and Fame of Ou Illustrious and Beloved0ntiff Leo XIII Stupendous Outpouring of a Cosmopolitan Populace at Rome Witnessed the Religious Ceremonies at st Peters Cathedral r Louisville Catholics Vied With Their brethren in Larger Cities in the United States in Making theflay a Memorable One The celebration of the Papal silver jubilee of Our Holy Father Leo XIII during the present week will go down in history as one of the wonders of the world Everywhere under the sun in the beautiful valleys of sunny Italy in hillsidestour own Kentucky prayers were to the Almighty to lengthen upon Iup the days of this venerable this this saintly Pontiff It matters not what a mans religion is or whether he has a religion he must stand in awe and marvel at this grand outpouring of the people They must believe that the church founded by Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ is the same church it was 1900 years ago And if our separated brethren marvel at all this and say to themselves Surely these Catholics are united the world over how much more should it be a consolation to us of the true fold We should lift our hearts in solemn thanksgiving to God for granting us the light of faith for allowing us no matter how humble may be our position in life to belong to this grand church that has seen one unbroken line of successors from the time of St Peter to his present illustrious successor No wonder is it that in all of these many celebrations the people arose en masse and sang Holy God We Praise Thy Name The scene in Rome on Tuesday March 3 was an occasion long to be re membered Generations hence the grandfathers and grandmothers of Rome of Ireland of Austria Germany Spain and oMheUnltedStaterof Americawill take their prattling grandchildren on their knee and describe the sights andscenes of that day They will tell how the sun came out bright and glorious how all Rome was alert at daybreak and how the great cosmopolitan populace seemed bent on hastening to St Peters These old people will tell of the magnificent and kaleidoscopic scene on the piazza of St Peters They will tell of the thou sands of Italian troops in modern uni forms that made a striking contrast to the medieval costumes of the Swiss Papal guard on duty at the great bronze doors of the Cathedral The cable tells us that this the largest building in the world was soon crowded to overflowing The tribunes near the altar were crowded with men and women blazing with decorations men and women representing various European courtsIn a special tribune was the Popes family the diplomatic corps and the members of the Order of Malta all in full uniform Special interest was shown in the innovation introduced in the mini forms ot the different detachments of the Papal Guards The Swiss Guard wore redvelvet knee breeches red silk stock inKs black shoes with red rosettes burnished steel cuirasses inlaid with gold and steel collars in addition to large white linen collars starched stiff falling over their shoulders The silvermounted arms of the Swiss Guard were also Inlaid with gold and they wore steel helmets with red ostrich plumes similar to the helmets of the sixteenth century The Noble Guard wore their new mini form of bright red After an hour of very fatiguing waiting a majestic prices siou began to appear It was composed of the great dignitaries of the church the fortyfive Cardinals present gorgeous in their red robes alone making a most imposing characteristic and picturesque group At 11 oclock precisely the great bell of St Peters rang out a signal which was followed by the clanging of the bells of about five hundred churches in Rome as they sounded the announcement that the Pontiff was on his way to the basilica The life of the ancient city seemed to pause for a moment hats were raised and the sign of the cross was made Shortly afterward inside St Peters silver trumpets blared out their message and the Pontiff appeared The people held their breath for a moment and then all the pentup enthsiasm burst forth in a tremendous roar ofwelcome From this elevation on the new sedia gestatoria carried by twelve men In costume of red brocade flanked by the famous Flabelli spreading feather fans and surmounted bya white and gold canopy the Pppe appeared to be more titan a human being He seemed to be a white spirit this impression being added to by the Pontiffs white robes and white miter delicate features face white as alabaster and his thin band moving sldwly in benediction As the sweet toned well trained vOices of the Sistine choir sang thousands of booteHandkerchiefs flattered in the air the D rt I Ic ban nero of the various cletles were waved and many of th present over come with emotion sobbejhloudly while others fainted from excess of feeling or fatigue Meanwhile the f pe proceeded slowly on what seemed a carpet of heads absorbing the entire attenSon of the vast throng 9 When Pope Leo reacjed his apart ments after the solemn rewonles he wished to discuss the evenbf the morn lug but his physician insisted that he should remain quiet Ancfhe exclaimed The demonstration todiybas been so affecting It surpassed aligmy expects tions I am complefely satisfied There jffiAt the ceremonies among theeOoo Amer JDutthe Catholics did their part From the forests of Maine to the Golden Gate of California from the great lakes to the CSlf of Mexico everywhere in every cityV village town and hamlet there werefjservices held both religious and civic and all in honor of the visible head of the CgthoHc church Magnificent gatherings were held in New York Philadelphia Boston Chi cago San Francisco NewOrleaus St Paul Cincinnati Cleveland and other large cities And here i2Lonisville not one but several celebratloae The Catholics of St Mary Magdalens parish on Brook street cojatsoniy known as the Bishops chapel wmemorated the twentyfifth anaiveresry the Papal llverdublleewlt1iir e Land literary programme The celebra tion was held at the residence of the pas tor Rev Father William Gausepohl 1315 Brook street on Tuesday night One of the features of the evening was the reading of an original poem by Father William Newton G Rogers the well known attorney delivered an address appropriate to the occasion Recitations were delivered by Misses Myda Eisen man Euphrasia Treber and Helen Smyke Misses Josephine Hoertz Mamie Houry and Nettie Hollenkamp Mrs William T Meehan and Mrs S H Adelberg and Messrs Joseph Ramser Fred Mansfield and Henry W Dohrmann furnished the vocal music Besides there was a violin solo by Robert Burkholder and piano solos by Mrs Fred Horig Jr Miss Anna Vaughan and Miss Ophelia Rogers The poem read by Father Gausepohl was as followsNever nobler brow was crowned Than of Leo worldrenowned Of undying fame Watchful and with love untold How be cares for all his fold In his Masters namel Loudwith joy and holy lays We proclaim and sing our praise God thine arm of might Leo held in Peters chair Five full lustrums shining there As the heavens light All lookup to Leo great In great questions of the State And the rights of man How he guideth safe and sure Statesmen workmen rich and poor Wisdom is his plan Rays of brilliant learning shine From his documents divine Like the sun so bright When will come his doting year See his eye like crystal clear How his words delight Holy Father may he live Yes we pray may heaven give Leo strength of frame Longer to remain our light To dispel the gloom of night Triumph lit his aim Would we were in Rome to hear And behold our Shepherd dear In Saint Peters dome Brighter still will be his gown Dazzling his immortal crown In our Father showe There in endless jubilee We shall Leos glory see And his princely throne If to sin we bid farewell In that temple wuha1l4well- Crowned with precious stone Louisville Council Knights ef Colum bus held its celebration fin honor of the Pope on Wednesday evening Elks Hall was crowded with Uw Knights and their friends and white at least 700 people were la the bait ball u many more went away because there was not even standing room Tk eat rtalnment was of the high class far which the Knights of Cohtmbwe ltJIOted New ton G Rogers the welt Joiawe attorney preeidod awl intro4ree4 Min a t speakersIi C J Murphy delivered an address on Our Holy Father the Pope as Teacher of Our Faith and Leader Judge ODohertys subject was Our Holy Father the Pope as Statesman Samuel J Secor spoke on Our Holy Father the Pope as the Progressive Spirit of the I Twentieth Century Rev Father O P Ackerman delivered the principal ad dress of the evening His subject wa Our Holy Father the Pope All o these addresses showed that the speakers had given their respective subjects cou siderable thought The addresses were interspersed with musical numbers by the following artists Mrs Fred Harig Jr Mr and Mrs J J Flynn Miss Angela Perry Miss Joseph ine Hoerz and Robert Burkholder The eveningo programme was brought to a close by the singing of the Te Deum by allassembledAmong several celebrations in honor of the twentyfifth anniversary of the coronation of Pope Leo XIII men tion must be made of the creditable enter tainment given at St Augustines school hall at Fourteenth and Broadway on Tuesday night This parish is made up exclusively of colored Catholics under the direction of that able and zealous GermanAmerican priest Rev Father Felteu White Catholics as well as col ored assembled at the school hall to do honor to the name oflur Holy Father Christs vicar upon earth The musical programme was elaborate and many pjLtlje numbers equaled if th+ didzasoipassrihepr grayrmaa- given by their white brethren During the evening an entertaining lecture on Leo XIII was delivered by the Very Rev Father Henry Westermann pastor of the Church of the Immaculate Conception The entire programme was pleas ing and reflected great credit upon Father Felten and his earnest coworkers among the laity The congregation of St Martins church assembled in the big hall at Shelby and Gray streets on Tuesday night to do honor to the name and fame of Our Holy Father Addresses were made by the Right Rev Monsignor Franz Zabler and Louis Steurle Fatter Zabler reviewed the life of Pope Leo since his election and coronation while Mr Steurle reviewed the history of the church and the affection of the people for the Pope Musical selections were rendered by Prof Joseph Hemersbach pianist Prof Charles Hemersbach or ganist Dr Anthony Berresheim violin ist Several choruses were sung by the childrens choir The finale was the Te Deum sung by the entire audience The Catholics of Bardstown did their part nobly in the celebration of Pope Leos jubilee The celebration covered a period of three days March 1 to 3 St Josephs church was handsomely decorated for the occasion On each of the three days an entertaining and instructive lecture was delivered by the Rev Richard Barrett C P On Sunday morning the subject of his discourse was The Great Evil On Monday evening at 7 oclock the subject wasliThe Holy Bible and Its Relation to Religion On Tuesday morning during the mass at 930 oclock Father Barrett lectured on Leo XIII His Intellectual and Saintly Activity The Right Rev Edmund Obrecht abbot of Gethsemanl was among those present The music was of a very high order Our distinguished fellowcitizen Judge Matt ODoherty was the principal orator at the Papal jubilee celebration at Colum bus Ohio last Sunday He was greeted by an audience of 8000 people The Right Rev Bishop Moeller presided at the meeting and during the evening entertained judge ODoherty at dinner The Columbus daily papers were loud in their praise of Judge ODohertys mag nificent effort VENERABLE MOTHER Of Alderman James J Fitzgerald Called Into Eternity The sad news was received here Tues day of the death of Mrs Catherine Fitz gerald the venerable mother of Alderman James J Fitzgerald Mrs Fitzgerald died at New Hayen Conn She was seventy years old and leaves the following chil dren Alderman James J Fitzgerald of Louisville Mrs George Gaynor of Buf falo John Fitzgerald of Brooklyn and William and Miss Katie Fitzgerald of New Haven Conn lIlrsFibgeraldI WM by her I n w J daughter Mrs Gaynor While attend ing the bedside of her daughter she con tracted a severe cold which developed into pneumonia and eventually resulted in her death Alderman Fitzgerald w I ass notified of the serious illness of I mother and started at once for New journeysreternity The Louisville Lodge of Elks at its session on Monday night sent Mr Fitzgerald a message of sympathy Those who knew this estimable lady speak in the highest terms of her She had been a widow more than thirty years During all those years she had devoted her entire time to her children and the Catholic church of which she was a de vout member May her soul rest in peace CATHOLIC MEN Will Meet to Discuss Plans for a Hall and Gym naslum A meeting of all the men of each parish in the city will be held at St Francis Hall in the basement of the Cathedral of the Assumption tomorrow night The object of this meeting is to hear the report of the committee of one from each parish which appointed subcommittee of seven priests and seven laymen who waited on the Right Rev regardingfCatholic hall gymnasium and ewimming poolThis committee will make its report and the matter will then be open for dis cussion It is to be hoped that a large attendance of gentlemen from each parish will be present and that each one will express his views fully and clearly on the matter There is no doubt that the Catholics of Louisville need a building of this kind but there are many who do not believe the proposed site on Walnut street be tween Fourth and Fifth is large enough NEW MEMBERS Elected at the Last Moetin of Division Three- A O H Division 3 Ancient Order of Hibern- Ian met with a good attendance The appllcatio of Charles Brown Michael jrepoState President Keenan and County President Sullivan were presentand made briefaddresses Mr Sullivan stated that the order was now stronger numerically and financially than ever before H urged the members of Division 3 t continue their good work until they could lead all the divisions in the city and State An excellent exemplification of the ritualwas given by Pat Welsh as the Patrician John Cavanaugh Oracle Tom Quinn Bard and Steve Riley Grand Guide A pleasing letter from exState Treasurer Howard of Ashland Ky was read Mr Howard is now a member of Division 3 MACEIN COUNCIL Held a Very Lively Session Tuesday Night at Club House There was something doing every min ute Tuesday evening at the meeting of Mackin Council After the regular routine of business had been dispatched Fred G Ecshner was duly intiated The degree team made up of Vinnie Smith George Lautz and Walter Adams did excellent work which was considered the best that has occurred for a long time There were several lively discus sions which brought out good arguments from many of the members James Hand invited all to attend the lecture and hear Rev Father Phelan Monday night at Trinity Council Hall when the debate between Messrs Cos grove and Cooney will also take place FAREWELL Archbishop Qulgley to His Old Friends In Buffalo Monday Archbishop Quigley recently appointed to succeed the late Archbishop Feeban of Chicago made his formal farewell address to the people of Buffalo on Monday In commemoration of the event services were held in St Josephs Cathedral Nearly all the clergymen and manyof the laity were present One of the feat ures of the occasion was the presence of all the Methodist clergymen in Buffalo who held the departing prelate in highest esteem WI IN TilE PAR NORTHWEST The State Council of Catholic Knights of America in the State of Washington recently elected the following officers Rev D J Stafford DD Spiritual Di rector James A Cousadine President J E Roach Vice President John A Madigan Secretary Thomas F Kane Treasurer representatives to the Su preme Council to be held in St Louis next May George Re Repetti delegate and John A MadigaHf alternate an j 7 AN APPEAL For Aid For Catholic Indians l NationalIFederation r Poor Scholars Are In Danger of Losing Their Prlcoless Faith An Admirable Plan Proposcdto Relieve a Direful SIt uation PROMPT ACTION IS NECESSARY NOW The editor of the Kentucky Irish American is in receipt of the first national appeal in the name of the American Fed eration of Catholic Societies to all the societies affiliated with it The appeal is in behalf of the Catholic schools for Indians and while the communication publicationInline the appeal The appeal shows that 2000 Indian children are in absolute danger of being robbed of their faith unless the Catholics of this country come promptly to the aid of the Indian schools that there are only 106000 Indians remaining of all the vast number of red men to whom the fertile valleys and plains of this broad country once belonged These poor descendants of the aborigines need missionary priests and Catholic care and instruction To offset this there are 12000000 Catholics in the United States Surely the Catho lics in this and every community can do something for these people who are unable to do anything for themselves- It is proposed that this appeal with such explanatory remarks as may in crease its Inteuded purposes be read at a regular or special meeting of all societies FederationtIof Catholic Societies that the Society for the Preservation of the Faith among In dian Children be established between this date and Pentecost May 31 in all said societies that the local Presidents appoint Or the society delegate two or more earn est zealous and energetic members to canvass the respective societies in secur 14ltheeurollrpeutgf 43 jaanyjiamesas as+possible on the accompanying enrollment listswhich should be filled as soon as possible that the membership fees of twentyfive cents should be handed when enrollment is completed to the Treasurer indicatingoor society will transmit the amount collected as well as the names enrolled the Rev W H Ketcham Catholic Indian Bureau 041 N W F street Washington D C The spiritual favors granted to all members of the Society for the Preserva tion of the Faith among Indian Children are One thousand holy masses offered each year tor the intention of all active participation communions and spiritual exercises of our Indian schools convents and mis sionsThe appeal is signed by T B Minahan National President of the American Fed eration of Catholic Societies by Anthony Matre the National Secretary by the byDlshopBishop Messmer of Green Bay Wis The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies will take this matter up in the near future DESERVES SUPPORT The Charles A Rogers Book Company Has Beep- Incorporatett CompanyfiledThe capital stock is fixed at 20000 divided into two hundred shares of 1100 each The incorporators and their re spective holdings are W A McGee 191 shares J J Caffrey three shares Judge Matt ODoherty three shares and M A McGee three shares The highest amount of indebtedness to be incurred is to be 10000 The new corporation is to succeed Mr Charles A Rogers in con ducting general retail business in Cath olic books religious articles works of art and the handling of a complete line of uptodate stationary Mr Charles A Rogers who founded the establishment fifty years ago will remain with the new concern while W A McGee will be in active charge of the manage ment The Catholics of Louisville need such an establishment and it is to their interest to see that it gets the proper support The best goods and the latest books at reasonable prices will be the motto of the Charles A Rogers Book Company MEMORIAL SERVICES The church of the Holy Cross was filled with the relatives and friends of the late Mrs Whallen last Tuesday morning Commemorative services were held in her memory and the Rev Father Cunningham celebrated mass on the bylttrsWbBllen prlnclpldecorations u- a J t QNTUCKY IRXSH A RICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM 1111NI111111NIIILINII Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the Louisville Postoftlce as SecoudClass Matter ddwi all Commnalcallonilothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street 4 TRADES LABEL COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 7 1903 CATHOLIC WOMENS CLUB The rapid growth of the Catholic Womens Club is encouraginj 5 to its promoters manifesting as iit does the hearty appreciation by the people of the necessity for such an L organizatson and an earnest sympa thy with its purposes The Catholics should have had such a club years ago to look after aid and ad vise the hundreds of working girls but they are making amends for delay It is gratifying to note that our Catholic women are imbued with the spirit to promptly unite in the effort and the energy to actively push the work from the start Al ready it has enlisted the cooperation of Catholic women in all parts of the city from every class This I is as It should be and the good work go on to complete organization i and full fruition Every Cath olic woman young and old should join as active sustaining or life members to give a helping hand to their working sisters It will cost money and much labor to attend to it properly The revenue should come in large or small sums as the donors can afford from all the labor of official and committee work should be borne by those x having the adaptability and leisure to devote to it In this way all can unite their efforts and mites to success of the undertaking To the credit of our Catholic women they have taken up the work in earnest began well deserving approval and encouragement But after all its success and permanence depends on the Catholic women for a womans club and its purposes are essen tially womens work for women OBEY THE LAW The firemen and trainmen of the Wabash railroad system west of the Mississippi river after vainly endeavoring to obtain a hearing and consideration of their request for an increase of wages as has been granted on otber railroads decided to strike at noon last Tuesday President Ramsey of notified and re r the Wabash was quested to give a final answer to the demands He pleaded for more time which was granted Going before United States Judge Adams r in St Louis President Ramsey obtained a temporary blanket injunction restraining the officials and committees of the labor organi zations fromIin any way or man ner ordering coercing persuading inducing or otherwise causing directly of indirectly the employes oT the Wabash Railway Company to strike or quite the service of said company Then from be hind his injunction bulwark Presi dent Ramsey sent the committee an insolent reply refusing every thing asked Notwithsnanding this duplicity the railway President was disap pointed in the result Instead of defying the court and creating dis order and riot the labor officials announce obedience to the order and urge all employes to continue at work until the case is decided after full hearing The concluding words of the circular of Grand Master Morrissey of the Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen are commend able To this command as law abiding citizens and organizations we bow in submission We respect it because we recognize that until a disolved it is the law This is the proper spirit and the railway employes gain respect by declaring and complying with it Tar preferable to defying the law resorting to outlawry denouncing the Judge corporations and the a 0- i rJ L G U Government ending in ignomin ious disaster meriting the ridicule and condemnation of the public This course of the Wabash em ployes demonstrates that as the legitimate labor organizations wean workingmen from the influence of demagogues and theorists they are coming to understand that legal methods alone are safe and result in good that the law is for tbe protection of all that the injunction though often absurd is to guard only just rights that every judge of competent jurisdiction on plausible petition must grant a temporary injunction subject to full hearing and final judgment that respect for law and the courts iiis the duty of all citizens and the only sensible and practical way to defeat improper application of law and be protected against injustice is in the courts in the manner provided and the privilege of every citizen that defiance of courts and resistance to law is outlawry and will certainly be suppressed to the detriment of such as resort to it however just their grievance The Wabash employes have se- an example not only to their fel lowworkmen but to corporation officials and employers as well Even though the case should be finally decided against them they are the gainers in public esteem and wishes for successin contra distinction to the reputation Presi dent Ramsey has earned as a violator of truth and good faith ever should he win out technically iit his injunction proceedings We doubt if the humblest employe of the Wabash railway would swap places with him- SERIOUS CHARGE If the charges of coal operator on the line of the Louisville Nashville railroad are true iit seems we have a railroad coal combine in Kentucky on the order of the anthracite combine that need looking after They claim tha they can only get their coal tto market at such times and on termI dictated by the railroad company which iis interested in coal mines that when coal is in demand thi railroad company withholds cars shutting the independent coal outt of the market giving the railroadI coal a monopoly at advanced prices This is a serious charge in which the people of this city are deeplyr interested and affords an opportunity to some State official to do his duty by investigating and putting a stop to it PRACTICAL VON STERNBERQ Baron Von Sternberg the recently appointed German Ambassa dor at Washington seems to be ia man of acute observance and practical ideas Of course it is nott known what he has reported to his Government except as may bi inferred from the utterances of the German press the changed attitude of Germany in regard to Venezuela the suggestions to the Reichstag and what the Baron saysand summed up it is The Monroe doctrine is a cardinal principle off the Americans that Germanys9 effort to evade it will alienate American good will and trade and may cause war that German1 colonies in South America are costly and can not be a lasting benefit to Germany All this has aroused the ire of the German press to denounce the Baron and1 America but the Government andi Conservatives seem to accept the suggestions as indicated by recom mendations altering certain bills in the Reichstag In due time the real cause of Germany being made u n n l P the catspaw and placed in tbe ridiculous antiAmerican position will become manifest Then the relations between the Kaiser and his uncle will be a trifle more strained and the antiEnglish feel lug in Germany revived to anothe outburst throwing bricks at England and bouquets at the Baron and America all of which iis amusing to the American Government and people excepting of court e our Anglomaniacs I CONTEST DECIDED The Federation of Labor repr sentative the highest authority iin labor unions having decided the Central Labor Union contest it iis time for the boys to quit scrappin and behave themselves Thei racket has not resulted in any good to themselves nor labor unless they take the lesson to heart as n guide and warning to be good iin the future If labor representa tives will let politics alone and keep away from politicians there will be no occasion for such monkeyshine as have been carried on in Central Labor Union Politics and labs wont mix without an explosion According to some of the min isters the standard of the new Law and Order League in tbe crusade against crime is rathe high They would suppress the Sunday saloons Sunday theater and amusements private as well as public dancing liquor drinking and card playing If this is to be tbe goal of the crusade it may as well stop before it begins as the time for the millennium has not yet arrived and prosecutions are not likely to hasten its coming The immorality of the Englis nobility so frequently revealed iin divorce proceedings is notorious To her credit Queen Alexandr publicly announces the exclusion of all such dissolutes from court social functions It is high time that degenerate blackguards ceased to be classed with the first gentle men and Sadies of the realm and the Queen can well afford to ignon the criticism that her course has causedamong Londons clubmei and their lady friends The street car company is still cock of the walk though a trill winded in the transfer tussle Thi next meeting of the Council may or may not change the situation The longer the fight goes on how ever the more vehement become the popular clamor The London dandies are wearing corsets Oh Our Anglomaniac must follow the fashion and soot they will be demonstrating that A dandy is one who would Be a woman if he could But as he cant does all he can To show the world hes not a man IItmay not signify anything but oit seems to be confirming the sentiment that life is cheap in Ken tucky when the Prison Board paroles six convicts five serving terms for murder and one for malicious shooting And now the local Democratic machine has given Col Johr Whallen a square slap in the face Oh hoi The political pot is begin ning to bubble and the campaign promises to be rather warm MRS FISKB COMING Mrs Flake will appear at the Auditor ium March 10 and 17 in Mary of Magdala which has made such a hit it New York during the present winter Manager James B Camp with his usual enterprise engaged Mrs Flske for twc Magdalaliswith the life of St Mary Magdalen It has had the approval of the Catholic clergy in the East tlrs Fiske on Feb ruary 18 gave a matlifee performance ol Mary of Magdala for the benefit of 1the Regina Angelorum a home for New York working girls which is conducted by the Sisters of Mercy The performance was held at the Manhattan Theater and the net receipts were 2000 The matinee was given under the auspices of Arch bishop Parley the Very Rev Joseph F Mooney Messrs W R Grace E A Fhilbin Hugh J Grant and x hundred othur prominent citizens of New York iAPPY PAPA A fine boy has made its appearance at the home of Mr and Mrs Harry Thorpe Fifteenth and Portland avenue Harry is 11 smiles this week and is proud to be called Papa Mother and child are getting along nicely J J d D n IMPRESSIVE Ceremonies Attended the Dcdl cRofR Handsome Church Our Lady of Lourdes Is the Pntroh of West Bndou 1 Edifice tDedicatory Sermon Proachoi by tlio Right Rev Bishop- ODouofjliuo S GIFT OF 91 NONCATHOLIC FRIEND The new and beautiful Church of Our Lady of Lourdes at West Baden Springs Ind was solemnly dedicated to the service of God on Friday February 27- The exercises were conducted by the Right Rev Bishop ODonoghue of Indianapolis assisted by Revs Dennis McCabe F Bj Dowd Julius Matlinglv Theodore Maltingly Francis Wolf delrich Kaelin Victor Brucker and Joseph Chartrand all of Indianapolis- The church is built on a hill and is modeled after the original Church rof- Our Lady of Lourdes in Prance The round the material and workmanship necessary to erect this beautiful edifice ame as a donation from the Hon Lee W Sinclair President of the West Bade Springs Company Among the patrons of this resort are many members of the Catholic faith and the absence during a long period of a house of worship for hem was seriously felt Nearly five- yeats ago it occurred to Mr Sinclair that ai Catholic church at West Baden Spring vas practically a necessity With hit accustomed methods he proceeded without ostentation or public proclamation of his purpose to construct an edifice befitting the place and the people who would use it The destruction of the old hotel somewhat impeded the progress of the work but the building was completed almost a year ago The new church is composed of pressed rick with Bedford stone trimmings Bud stands on a hill in the rear of and overlooking the new hotel It is an imposing and commodius edifice surmounted bya tall belfry and spire and is ap iroached from the hotel by a double light of stone steps At the rear is a acristry and a large deeptoned organ is built in the east gallery The altar i is handsomely and elabroately carved and ornamented arid the pews are of the- best workmanship The building I1is Ighted by twocandelabra each containing fifty electric lights with burnished gilt reflectors fringed with cut class prisms making very beautiful effect Without going into details it may be said that the building and its content ire complete and in every way satisfactory to the officials of the church The dedicatory ceremonies were witnessed by an audience which comfortably filled the large building Beside the people of West Baden and French Lick the cities of Louisville Chicago Indianapolis Cincinnati St Louis St Paul Minneapolis Cleveland and Detroit were well represented- To many of those present the exercises were entirely novel especially the solemn procession of priests robed in their garments and headed by the Bishop rho was attired in vestments of purple and white richly embroidered with gold All the floors and walls of the building both outside and inside were sprinkled rith holy water incense was burned the priests meantime chanting the service prescribed for such occasions As a prelude to the dedicatory address Bishoj VDonoghue spoke substantially as fol tows Most of you will ask yourself as yoi wok around and behold the attractive features of this edifice how comes this beautiful building here You probably know that the Catholic church has nc rganizaton and but few communicant resident in this village This magnificent temple of worship is here because of the generosity of Mr L W Sinclair who formerly owned the ground upon which it stands and who himself cheer nlly bore all the expense of its construction He devised the plans for the structure in his own fertile mind and watched its development as tenderly and eagerly as if it had been the apple of his eye Mr Sinclair is not a member oi the Catholic faith and I do not care to discuss the motives which prpmpted this benefaction Whether it was a mattes of business orsentiment makes little dif erence The Catholic church teaches rarity and accepts good gifts from whatever source when properly offered I feel that Divine Providence will find some way to reward Mr Sinclair as he deserves The property was once his the ground tine building and its con tents all belonged to him He transferred it unconditionally to the Bishop of this diocese and now with his consent and authority I again transfer it to God In making this second transfer no written instruments are required In your presence by virtue of the powers bestowed on me I transient to the Great Head of the church and dedicate it to His glory After Bishop ODonoghues sernion Rev Father Kaelin celebrated mass The altar had been beautifully decorated for the occasion by Misses Annie lulllyan and Julia OBrien both members of Sts Michaels congregation in Louisville Hon M Abele of Coving ton a member of the Kentucky Legislature presided at the organ One of the most attractive features of the church is asplendid eight day clock which occnpieMhe belfry and to which is attached peal of Westminster chimes which strike the quarter hours- half hours and hours The building is heated by steam and services will beheld there regularly hereafter every Sunday mornlmg The new Catholic Lurch will sot only fill a long felt want at Wet Badew but will attract many Catholics wino have hitherto remained- raybeause tipre was no chance to at kndllM Hay 1 SOCIETY l IMiss Josie McGill left last Saturday I a for ten days visit in New York City Miss Maggie Connaugton left yesterday for a two weeks visit to New York Misses Annie and Mary Burbank of Henderson have been visiting friends here Mrs George Mulligan has been spending the past week with friends iin Chicago The Jeffersonville Ceclliau Circle met Tuesday evening at the home of Miss Jean McCann Misses Alice and Nellie Campbell of Jeffersonville spent several days visiting friends at Charlestown John Hargadon is ill at his home 706 East Madison street His friends hope for his speedy recovery Mrs John Dugan and Miss Julia Duga arrived the latter part of last week to visit friends in this city Mrs John H Sullivan of 2443 Catalpa street has as her guest her mother Mrs Dooley of Meade county Mrs John Gorman 3530 Fourth street had as her guest this week Miss Maggie Ford a popular Clifton girl Mrs Josephine Moores has returned to her home at Winchester after a pleasant visit with friends in this city Mr and Mrs James Shelley entertained at supper in honor of Mr and Mrs Pat Bannou Jr last Sunday evening George Lawless of West Main street was confined to his bed this week with a threatened attack of pneumonia Howard Gleason arrived Sunday for a short visit with his parents Mr and Mrs Joseph M Gleason in the Highlands Miss Gussie Egemann who has been visiting her cousin Miss May Giles has returned to her home at Elizabethtown Miss Mamie Fiunegan is suffering from a severe attack of the grip She is confined to her home at Ninth and Kentuck streets Miss Irma Bosche has returned Iron Nazareth Academy where she went last Saturday to visit her sister Miss Martin Dosche Misses Celia Lavin Mollie Collins and Alice Hickey have been spending the past week visiting the fashion centers cof New York City County Assessor Benson Herr and his charming wife spent last Sunday in Cov ingtou as the guests of Mrs Herrs father William Adair Miss Anita Muldoon whose fame now extends all over the country will be the star at the great musicale that takes place at Cincinnati on March 18 Mike Hartnett who was operated ot last week at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital is now improving and will be able to be out in a few days Judge Mat ODoherty and wife have returned from Columbus Ohio where the Judge delivered the principal address at the Popes jubilee celebration las Sunday Miss Bessie Kane a popular Sout Louisville girl left this week for Shelby ville to visit her cousins the Misses Ken zer with whom she will remain untilll after Easter A jolly good time was had Thursda evening when the Shamrock Bowlin Club met on the West End Alleys Mr and Mrs Pat Bannon Jr were guests and all had a delightful time A pretty baby girl arrived last week to gladden the home of Mr and Mrs Free Struck at Second and Green streets The mother and child are doing well and Papa Struck is receiving the congratulations ofi his many friends Richard Murphy a trusted employ of the PeasleeGaulbert Company wa I stricken with lumbago last Monday and is confined to his home at 1670 Banl street His friends hope to see him out within a few days Mrs Josephine McCrocklin who wasI able to be removed last week from St Josephs Infirmary to the home of her sister Mrs S F Clark on Broadway continues to improve and her entire recovery is speedily looked for Lawrence Andriott is celebrating the arrival of a handsome boy baby at his home in the West End For the nex week or so he will be workipg on ai automobile for the little fellow Mother and son are both doing nicely The many friends of Messrs Mike Fin negan and John Hickey will be glad to learn that they have both partiallyre covered from their recent attack of illness and both are expected to attend the III ernian ball on St Patricks night Miss Maggie Reardon left for New York ou a business and social trip last Sunday Miss Reardon is a well known ouisville girl who for the past year has lad charge of one of the largest dress malting establishment in Brownsville Tenn Dr Bernard OConnor one of Louis lies most popular young physicians is uttering from an attack of typhoid fever Us mother is in constant attendance at his bedside at St Anthonys Hospital IIIs many friends hope for his speedy ecovrry James Shelleys legion of friends will feel relieved when they learn that he is I Iable to be up after an illness that threat 1ened to be serious His condition was such as to alarm his family and Dr iizot was kept with him until he was out of danger Itp1M- t o r EXTRA EXTRAr AUDITORIUM Monday and Tuesday March 16 and 17 MRS FISKEIN PAUL HEYSES DRAMA Mary of MagdalaMail orders receive prompt attention Seat sale begins Monday 0 a m 1 ERIN=GO= BRAUH GIVEN UNDER AUSPICES OF THE fllhernlan Dramati6 GluD OF JEFFERSONVILLE IND Speiths Theatre Tuesday Mar 17 MUSIC BY UNION BAND t General Admission 25 Cents Q + 444 + + + + + 4 + + + + 4 + + + + + + 44+ flie Ghas fl Rooers BOOK GO Irecently incorporated and added new capital to fiS IIhaving are now prepared to furnish all kinds of c AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES + OF EVERY DESCRIPTIONt+ + 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He was en route to Chicago on business Mr Barry says his recent popularity contest was a great success MissNatiie Morgan of this city and u- il 1 A Educates Young People JBusiness Employment CALL 011 WRITE runt INFORMATION Business College IeepfrrqINSPtl1maIlPhip Sliar7lian anoIllinjRltfraE1zy 4ajuc2outsyilleKyexperienced teachers all her sister Miss Elizabeth Morgan of Paducah left last week for New York to obtain all the spring styles in the dress making line Miss Elizabeth Morgan conducts dressmaking establishment in Paducah She will stop here to visit her mother Mrs Catherine Morgan 2501 Griffiths avenue before she returns to Paducah a r QNTUCKY IRISH A1 RCANe THIS LITTLE BANK Willl RemindYou To Save And youll put Into it small amounts that you WOULD NOT take around and deposit in a bank In this waynmaystart a SAVINGS ACCOUNT depositsITand pay you I 3COMPOUND KT Title Savings Bank FIFTH AND COURT PLACE Open Daily until 3 p mj Saturdays until 7 p m Largest j Company III the World 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Cuban resorts folders etc address any agent of the Southern Rail way or C C Stewart Trav Pass Agent Lexington C II Hungerford Dist Pass Agent Louisville G B Allen Asst Genl Pass Agent St Louts H B Spencer Genl Manager St Louis BIG FOUR ROUTE TO Indianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN to BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 259 Fourth A- vesr GUVTJBCS General Agent Louisville Ky WARREN J LYNCH G P A WM P DEPPB A G P A CINCINNATI O u P iE IRIBH SOCIETYDIRECTORYA I R DIVISION 1 I Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues 1 lay Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan lI Vice PresidentJohn Riley I Recording SecretaryMark Ryan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Treasurer Bank ureetII Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President James Welch Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ran Financial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Cavanaugh Vice PresidentThomas Quinn Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burns 707 Twentyfirst street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerJohn P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County presidentJohn Kinney President Frank Hogan Vice IresidentFrank Lynch SecretaryJohn G Cole TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern Y Iki I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentFrank P Murphy First Vice PresidentLouis W Born traegerSecond Vice PresidentHugh Biggins Recording SecretaryGeorge Siuioms Corresponding Secretary Frank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia stree- tTreasurerJosepll Steltenpohl Marshal William Shaughnessy Inside SentinelRobert Osborne Outside SentinelPat Connoll- yIRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn J Flynn First Vice PresidentJoseph Nevin Second Vice PresidentD J Minogue Recording Secretary T D Claire Financial SecretaryThomas Walsh TreasurerThomas Keena- nSergeansatArmsD J Heffernan SentinelTim Lyons OREILLYFire Insurance X MmmK Real EstateIand Loans 226 FIFTH STREET JOHN M MULLOY DEALER IN Tea Coffee Pure Spices And Chinawarejj Pond Lily and Home Baking Powder GIG W MARI 3 T ST Telephone Main 1189I C B THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 261 West Jefferson St 682 Fourth Ave BOTH TELEPHONES 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed ST PATRICKS DAY ICE CREAM George W Cuscaden the enterprising ice cream manufacturer and caterer is preparing to supply his patrons with genuine St Patricks day ice cream on March 17 The ice cream will be emer ald green in color and flavored with pure pistachio nuts Mr Cuscaden invites the patronage of private families and public organizations which contemplate giving entertainments on March 17 One novel design in the way of ices will be a green block of cream with the figures 17 in the center Not the cheapest but the best you know DIEb AT LEXINGTON Dennis Shea a well known resident of Lexington Ky died Monday of pneumonia Mother Superior Sebastian of the Sisters of Charity at Delhi Hospital is one of several sisters of the deceased all of whom are Sisters of Charity Mr Shea was probably the heaviest one legged man in the world lie was sixty years old and weighed 375 pounds He lost a leg in an accident fourteen years ago In recent years he has been a watchman for the Southern Railway Two weeks ago he fell on the ice an broke several ribs PROMOTED The many friends of Thomas Bnrk holder will be glad to hear that he has been promoted bythe BakerrVowter Co with which firm he is connected He has been transferred from the branch in Philadelphia to ihe headquarters in Chi cago Tom is a hustler and he lms the good wishes of his many friends here j j- o I SIi1H41ltllH1Il111lIRIIIHfitlillllHN1111111IIIrIIl11IIIIIH 111ifitlf ilIlN11fl1fi1111f1111l04111G ISIS PATRICKS NIGHT Tuesday laarolJ 1 1OOS 3 II ANNUAL CELEBRATIONxxa E- os Ancient Order of Hibernians wM AT LIEDERKRANZ HALL w = Sixth and Walnut Streets M E Dancing will be a feature of the evening Music furnished by Louisville Military Band =w GENTLEwMEN FREE 3w s COM1lXTTE OJ ARJEZA3VQI3J2VIIWVTS I == Mike Tynan John J Sullivan P J Welsh Joseph P McGinn Patrick T Sullivan g il11111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111111S IRELANDII Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges On Thursday evening James J Phelan one of Corks leading citizens was made the recipient of an address and presenta tion from the members of the Waterford Boat Club The presentation took place in the Town Hall A magnificent Celtic cross erected t the memory of the late Mrs Ellen Scan well Castlemartyr was recently unveiled- in the churchyard at Mogeely The mass in connection with the event was celebrated by the Rev John Scannell who afterwards performed the ceremony of blessing and unveiling the monument On Thursday the body of a woman named Mrs Burke was found in the new dock at Galway by some dock laborers The old woman was in her nightdress and it is believed that she got out in her sleep and walked into the dock which is only a short distance from her home She was the widow of the late A C Burke once a Galway Justice of Peace A drowning accident of a peculiar nature occurred in the city of Cork by which a man named John Sheehan lost his life The body was picked out of the Millstream at the rear of Arnotts brewery in Fitton street Sheehan was aged about fiftythree years and lived at 103 Btrrack street He was employed- for the past thirty years as a carman at Messrs McMulllns flour mills Georges quayNews of the death in Dublin of W J Smith J P of Roanmore was received in Waterford this week with profound regret Deceased was twice Mayor of Waterford and during his period of office an important corporation bill was passed He took a deep interest in the free bridge project He was a member of most of the public boards and Master of the Holy Ghost Hospital one of the most ancient institutions in the city At Tullamore Peter Ryan was re manded charged with the murder of Peter Murden his servant at his farm house Cappinkur The evidence showed the accused gave himself up to the police and confessed the crime Mur dens head was battered in with it was alleged a large pair of tongs and a hedge clipper It has developed that Ryan was laboring under an attack of insanity The tenants on the Harnett estate Knockbrack near Abbeyfeale have offered to purchase their holdidgs at eighteen years on the valuation but it appears the tenants have refused to offer the same number of years on the rental the terms demanded In this respect the tenants are acting in the same man ner as those on the Ellis estate where the questions in dispute between the landlord and tenants ended satisfactorily a short time ago Many forecasts and prophecies are being indulged in in connection with the election of Chairman of the Waterford County Council At the request of the Nationalists Edmund Nugent of Bally carbery has consented to go forward and will it is said be opposed by Charles Curran J P of Ballinamuck Nugent has been connected with the national movement from his boyhood upwards while his opponent has generally taken what is termed the safe side The council will have little hesitation in electing Nugent The remains of Sir Charles Gavan Duffy are to be laid in the land for which he strove in the ardor of his early manhood and towards which his fondest aspirations were directed in after years across thousands of miles of ocean The Irish patriot will rest in Glasnevin cemetery Dublin in ground hallowed by the bones of many illustrious men of the Irish race The public will be glad to pay a tribute of respect to Gavan Duffys memory and the funeral cortege through the metropolis will doubtless be an im posing spectacle The United Irish League in the County Waterford is day by day strengthening f pits position and attracting new recruits to its ranks Of this we had positive prooff on the occasion of the annual meeting off overdwhose destinies that worthy Corkonian John McCarthy so worthily and BO efficiently presides The Executives record for the past year is one worthy of emulation the practical work carried out at the meetings and the earnestness and determination of its officers is creditable and praiseworthy- A large end enthusiastic meeting was projectI I 0 u Society of erecting monument on the Grand Parade to perpetuate the memories of the men 6f 98 1803 48 and 60 Speeches were made by Rev Father Skehan who presided and Messrs John J Crowley John Ronayne and W J OSullivan who attended as a deputation from the Cork Young Ireland Society A strong local committee was formed and it was decided to make col lections at Killeagh and Inch The Lord Lieutenant speaking at the annual dinner of the Royal College of Surgeons said the prospects for the immediate future of Ireland were as far andoencouraging Agitation had been largely abandoned and violent language had been replaced by moderation and reason They had been able to remove much of the exceptional procedure which was put into force in April and September last and he had never signed anything more gladly than he did the proclamation of last week The recent land conference was an enormous step towards the re misunderstandlnRbetween land question and the mainsprings of that movement were toleration moderation and cooperation AFTER EASTER- IrishAmerloah Society Will Again Entertain Its Friends Encouraged by the success of its Wash ington birthday celebration the Irish American Societyat4ts meetipg Thursday night decided to again entertain its friends after Easter Secretaries Claire and Walsh submitted their reports which showed a handsome balance in the treasury Four new names were presented for membership and two candidates were initiated President John Flynn conferring the degrees in impressive manner It is expected that each member will present the name of some friends at the next meeting which should ben large one Several interesting discussions took piece and were participated in by Messrs Robert Hagan Joe Nevin John Ryan Thomas Cleary John Flynn Thomas Walsh Thomas Claire Denny Heffernan and John Swift The remarks of the latter on American citizenship and the duties of IrishAmericans were well received All were glad to learn that James OConnor and Steve McElliott had recovered from tbeirillness RECENT DEATHS The news of the sudden death of Miss Blanche Lawler daughter of the late Daniel and Mary Lawler came as a great shock to the many friends of that estima ble young woman Miss Lawler was stricken while on the street and died a few minutes after being taken to St Josephs Infirmary where everything possible was done for her Her popularity was attested by the large attendance at the funeral which rtook place Friday morning from St Charles church Miss Constance Richter an estimable young lady of the West End died at the family residence 2604 Portland avenue last Wednesday afternoon She suffered from pneumonia and was ill only a few days Miss Richterwas the organist at St Cecilias church and had quite a reputation as a musician She is sur vived by her mother Mrs Rosa Richter Edward G and John M Richter her brothers and by Miss Agnes A Richter her sister The funeral took place from St Cecilias church at 10 oclock Friday morning The interment was in St Louis cemetery The bereaved family have the deep sympathy of the entire community overtheir great affliction Mrs Patrick Murphy an estimable Catholic lady died at her home 222 East St Catherine street at 10 oclock last Saturday night She bad been ill of the ailments attendant upon old age for some time and her death was not unexpected The remains were taken to Shelbyvllle for interment Mrs Murphy was born in the County Kerry Ireland over sixty years ago but had been in America more than half a century During thirtyfive years of this time the lived at Shelby yule and in the last three years in Louis ville where she was well known and highly respected she leaves the follow ing children Mrs M J McCloskey Mr8 Charles P Lhthy Miss Lizzie Murphy James Murphy of Shelbyville and Michael and D raiel Murphy The funeral ceremonies at Shelbyville were conducted by the Re r father Thomas A Yorke of this pity j rho took the place of Rev Father FitafMi M who is absent in New York City Hizf OfI J j HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes A second division of the order has been organized at Hartford Conn and also a division of the Ladies Auxiliary at DanburyTalent of the highest class will give a concert on St Patricks night under the auspices of the Ladies Auxiliary of ProvidenceDuluth observed the anni versary of Robert Emmet with appropriate exercises Wednesday night in Catholic Association Hall Division 1 of Duluth has pledged the hearty support of the members to give Joseph Devlin a fitting reception when he visits their city next month Division 4 expects to initiate a big class next Wednesday evening as the proposers of new members have been notified to bring in person each candidate The three divisions of Auburn N Y have decided to unite in a banquet on St Patricks day A committee of ar rangements is preparing an excellent programme for the occasion- A class of thirty candidates were initiated last Sunday at Milwaukee The special committee made its St Patricks day report recommending that the cele bration be held in the Gesau Auditorium Division 4 of St Paul initiated fifty five new members at Elks Hall last Tuesday evening The rapid growth of this giant division is something wonder ful It is now far in the lead over any division in Minnesota Thursday night before Lent began Division 4 of Minneapolis gave one of the most unique interesting and success ful entertainments in its history The affair consisted of a concert card party and dance and took place in the Third Ward Republican Hall Division 7 of Syracuse decided at the last meeting to meet weekly until St Patricks day so that the large number of elected candidates may be received into the order by that time The division also decided to go to holy communion in a body on Sunday March 8 The division at Marquette at a special meeting appropriated 500 to the Con vent of the Sisters of St Joseph which was destroyed by fire Catholic societies generally throughout the State will be petitioned to likewise donate to the fund to replace the burned structure Hon Joseph Devlin M P of Belfast lectured Friday evening at St Patricks Auditorium for the benefit of the Hi bernians who are already raising money for the entertainment of the Pennsyl vania State convention of the order which will be held there next August The report of State Secretary Mahoney of the Hibernian Life Insurance fund of Minnesota for the three months ending January I shows a marked improvement in the condition of the fund During the year 1902 there were thirtytwo deaths The policies on these are all paid in full One of the most memorable meetings ever held in Providence was that of Division 19 last Sunday when a joint exemplification of the new ritual took place and major honors were conferred on over fifty candidates for Divisions 18 and 19 A concert programme was a feature after which followed refresh ments Elaborate preparations are being made by the Alexandria division for the annual banquet which will be held on St Pat ricks night March 17 in the ball of the Young Mens Sodality Lyceum The orator of the occasion will be the Rev Father OSullivan who recently con ducted a mission in St Marys church in WashingtonThe Board of Trustees of the New York Hibernian Hall Association has been elected The Rev Charles McCready D D pastor of Holy Cross church Major Edward T McCrystal Peter Lennon P J McNulty and Dennis J Hanlon The proceeds of the coming festival on St Patricks day will go toward the fund for the ball work on the foundation of which has been begun Speaking of the Emmet celebration that takes place tomorrow night under the auspices of the Syracuse Hibernians at Wieting Opera House the Catholic Sun aaysThe people of Syracuse have had the opportunity in the past to attend some grand Emmet celebrations in this citywhich were second only to those given in New York and Chicago where the population is about tea times as great o 4- i I MACAULEYS One week commencing Monday March 9 Matinees Wednesday and Saturday KLAW AND ERLANGERS Stupendous Production of Gen Lew Wallaces BEN IITR3- G0People3G0 HOPKINS TEMPLE THEATER MATINEES 210 EVENINGS 81B THE GREAT PKIN8 1 TRANSOCEANICS STAR SPECIALTY COMPANY comedyjEvaand Gladish illustrated songs Wenona EugeneEllsworthsketch Bryant and Saville musical mer chants and the Blogr- aPhBUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY MAR 8 Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday ROYAL BURLESQ1RS in the merry conceit ONLY H IINCIElaborately staged and magnificently costumed TWO LAUGHABLE UMODAIE BURLESQUES rFRRNK RLENZl l CANDIDATE FOR SENATOR37th From Shelby to Fifth St Subject to Action of the Democratic Party JOE PRYOR CANDIDATE FOR Judge Jefferson Circuit Court CRIMINAL DIVISION Subject to Action of the Democratic Party LEADING HAT HOUSE wsae Spring Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas as in Syracuse But as Syracuse is now the home city of the National President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians it is their intention to make the coming cele bration second to none ever held in this or any other city National President James E Dolan has accepted the invita tion to preside at the meeting- BUCKINOHAAL The Royal Burlesquers will be the next weeks attraction at the Bucking ham Theater Besides the two burlesques Only a King and Meet Me at the Fountain there will be ten choice vaudeville acts in the olio The entire production is elaborately staged and handsomely costumed The Royal Burlesquers will hold the boards all week with the usual matinees HOPKINS THEATER Another good vaudeville bill is to be offered at Hopkins Theater next week The company is known as Hopkins TransOceanic Star Specialty Company and includes the Elinore Sisters in their one act comedy Adventures of Bridget McGuire Eva Mudge in quick char acter changes Weeden and Gladish in illustrated songs Wenona and Frank champion rifle shots Ellsworth and Burt in a comedy sketch Bryant and Saville with a load of new goods in the musical line and the ever popular biograph- MACAULEYS Klaw and Erlangers famous produc tion of Ben Hur will occupy the boards at Macauleys Theater all of next week with matinees on Wednesday and Saturday The sale of seats began Thursday and there is every evidence that Ben Hue will be played to crowded houses during the entire week The story of the play follows closely the celebrated novel written by General Lew Wallace At least 350 people are required to put on this brilliant spectacu lar and yet religious drama The great chariot race is only one of the many scenes which are staged elaborately The beautiful story of B nHurbe oIJr I REAGAN1SEXCHANGES Wines Liquors and Cigars SPEOIALBest Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up Tel 5132 PETER M RNDRIOT3ON 8 WAGON MANUFACTURERSC- arriage 81Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST You will make Ja StrikeIP YOU HAVE YOUR JOB PRINTING n DONE AT TI- IEKentucky Irish American HOflR PONE946 BROWN LEGllOREGGSfi- Fire Cents Each JACQUES 2422 ST XAVIER ST Brown Leghorns can be kept in small yard requiring about half feed of other chickens They lay about ten months in the year only stopping when moulting Pullets begin laying at six to seven months A few hens will supply the family with eggs Record for three years 1899 twelve hens and pullets 1233 eggs 1900 ten hens 808 eggs 1901 eleven hens and pullets 954 eggs 1902 during very cold weather January 75 eggs February 61 March 181 April 200 May 181 June 120 PURE BRED BROWN LEGHORN ROOSTER- A year old for sale I have one too ninny and dont want to kill any Come and get one for 100 JACQUES 2422 St Xavier Street r Illinois Central BEST AND QUICKEST LINE BETWE- ENLouisville Memphis AND New Orleans Two Fast Trains Daily Ves tibuled Throughout and Lighted by Gas Cafe Diners Buffet Library Cars SleepersFree Cars Close Connections to and from Arkansas Texas andIthe Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE via MEMPHIS Through Sleeper reservations ti from Chicago Cincinnati Louisville or New Orleans to Hot Spring- sExcursion Slee ers Through to California From Chicago Cincinnati or 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iwiij 2 Q I Ladies I Dress SuitsS- ilkWaists and Petticoats I SPRING SUITS II SvQ 98For Ladies Cheviot Suits P gray black or blue made single or doublebreasted blouse with postillion back trimmedwith shoulder caps edged with fine white and black silk cording bishop sleeves good Romaine lining fllare skirts with French full seams best lining and binding SILK WAISTS0Silk Waists in broken sizes in pink blue corn red tan plaid and black taf feta made full fronts bishop sleeves trimmedwith fine tuck and hemstitching many of the seasons rarest bargains in 98pncej I cT 3Fora good quality Taffeta wp Petticoat in change able or solid colors black green blue light green and lavender made o with a deep accordion plait trimmedwith a ruffle and extra foot ruffle one of the choicest and rarest bargains of the present I season and a sure enough value for the money worth 550 Au line in all the new o dark and beautifully or hemstitched embroidery 798 898 to and and UNVEILING Of tho 011 St Prances of Rome Description of tho Beautiful Work of Art to Bo Erected Gift of lR Scully of His Wife CEREMONIES TOMORROW The solemn of the of St Frances of Rome will take place at the church of that name in Clifton at 730 oclock tomorrow evening The is by critics to be one of the finest works of art that has ever been sent to of its frame which is a massive gilt affair fully 500 pounds the picture is 10x8 feet It isfrora the brush of the famous Roman artist Benedetto Glove It took him two years to complete this picture The repre sents St Frances of Rome holding a book At her left is her angel and at her right Is a basket of bread St Frances was a noble Roman lady and a widow She was born in the year 1334 On the death of her husband she a community of Oblates or as they are called Collatines the latter name taken from the quarter in which the convent is located in Rome The order was by Pope Eugen ius IV in 1437 It is related of this saint that she always saw her angel hence the presence of the angel in this picture A great part of her life was devoted to supplying the poor of Rome with food and she many free schools for poor children She died on March 0 1440 in her year and was canonized by Pope Paul V in 1008 Her shrine is about the most in Rome and her festi val la kept as a holiday in that city Rev Father Thomas White pastor of the Church of St Frances of Rome and his entire congregation are deeply grate ful to the generous donor of the picture A brass plate at tached to the bottom of the frame reads as follows f r DONOR M R MEMORIAM KXORIS SUAB f A D MCMin 4 The erection and of this picture will be followed by a sermon by the Very Rev Father Paul Alf O tMsolemn vaspers and of the most blMMd Mcrameot Father White cr QMifi1 For Ladies black or cas 4 1 J Z O tor Venetian Cloth Suit the coat made with double pointedshoulder caps with white satin revers trimmed with blackand white galoon bishop sleeves with pointed cuffs with black piping new flare skirt best lining and 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a large crowd at the beautiful and limpressive ceremonies to be performed tomorrow night NEW DIRECTORY Reflects Great Credit on Its Publisher the Lath I Mr Caron Canons City Directory for 1903 has made its appearance Like all of its predecessors the new directory is thor ough and complete in every particular If there is one business enterprise in Louisville that keeps pace with the times it is Carons Directory The new directory is bound in red and is a splen did speciman of the typographical art Mr Caron is ably assisted by Stephen D Smith his manager who is recognized as one of the best men In his line of business in the country The new directory contains 110954 names and and according to these figures the population of the city is estimated to be 221908 It shows that in 1890 Louisville was the twentieth city in the United States in the point of population now it ranks eighteenth It shows that 2828497 was spent in buildings of all descriptions during 1902 as against 1892915 for the year previous The directory also gives Interesting facts and figures concerning the movement in lead articles of trade the water supply the park system etc GOLDEN ROD CLUB BALL The Golden Rod Club a social organ ization of young men in the eastern part of the city have arranged to give a grand ball at Phoenix Hill Park on the night of March 17 The Golden Rod Club has its own rooms at 1407 Payne street and its members have given several compliment ary social affairs during the past winter which have been well attendedand which were thoroughly enjoyed Among the members of the club are such well known men as John Hart Frank Cam field John McGovern Edward Heffren Will Heffren Ditscha baud will furnish the music for the ball on St Patricks night A large crowd is expected at the Golden Rod Clubs ball HURRAH FOR REDMOND Ireland is to have a creditable repre sentation of its industries the St Louis Exposition In replying to a question of William Redmond the Irish National member in the house of Commons on Monday Mr Wyadfeam the Irish Secretary stated The question of good representation of Irish industries at the StI Louis fair Is engaging the attention of the Government gfo OALWAY IsfALL RIGHT t A motion was saide in the English House of CornmoM jkonday to disfran chase the County Galway because Its people had elclGot Arthur Lynch recently convicts i iiigfa treason The motion was prompt shated by A vote of 248to45 l Q rJ CELEBRATION Of St Patricks Day Will Be- Held by the Loca- lIIibcrulatls Dancing Will Bathe Main Feat ure of the Evening in Louisville An Irish Comedy Drama Will Bo Given by JefFcrson villo Talent JOLLY ENTERTAINMENTS PROMISED The local divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will hold their an nual celebration of St Patricks day at Liederkranz Hall on the night of March 17 Dancing will be the main feature of the evening Stirring Irish music will be furnished by the Louisville Military Band The committee in charge of the arrangements is made up of Messrs Mike Tynan John J Sullivan P J Welsh Joseph P McGinn and Patrick T Sullivan The Hibernians intend to give an en tertainment for the old as well as the young folks In addition to the modern twosteps polkas waltzes grapevine schottisches etc there will be Irish jigs reels hornpipes and the old fash ioned quadrilles John Ryan Joseph Nevin Pat Sullivan Will Meehan and a host of others want to shake a leg that night and will be given every oppor tunity The tickets are now on sale and the price is fifty cents Ladies accom panied by gentlemen will be admitted freeThe Hibernians desire to make this entertainment a family affair where every man and woman of Irish birth or descent can pass a few pleasant hours in dancing and telling stories of the Emerald Isle It behooves all of us to help the Hibernians make the celebration a suc cess both financially and socially On the same evening the Irish comedy drama Erin Go Braghwill be pro duced at Speiths Theatre Jeffersonville under the 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