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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ii- e r P i n KENTUCKY IiIf 11 11f i IS9Q3OLUMLn PRICE FIVE CENTS IZ JUBILEE Of Right Rov Bishop CImtnrd to Bo Celebrated by Catho lics of Indianapolis Ho Succeeded Our Own Bishop as Rector of the Amor lau College Both Clergy sad Laymen Stand Itendy to Do Him Honor SKETCH OF A GR MOrLDIAI The Catholics of our sister city In dianapolis will on Mayl0 celebrate the silver jubilee or twentyfifth anniversary of the consecration of the Right Rev Francis Silas Chatard as Bishop of Vincenncs though almost ever since his elevation to the episcopacy Bishop Chatard has had his neat In In dianapolis This celebration will be rendered doubly interesting to Louisville Catholics whcu it is remembered that Bishop Chatard succeeded our own Right Rev Bishop as rector of the American College at Rome Two or three days will probably be de voted to the celebration It will begin on Sunday May 10 with a lay celebration in the form of a macs meeting at Tomlinson Hall in which the schoolchildren of the several parishes will take part The ecclesiastical celebration will I be held on May 12 beginning with a Pontifical high mass at 10 a tu at St Johns church There will also eabanquet for the clergy The sermon at t the jubilee mass will be preached probably by Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia f The Right Rev Francis Silas Chatard Bishop of Indianapolis was born in Bal f a timore Mdi in 1834 Meta of renchr SF th MIratdmother w39rr in the Isle of Martinique and this fact when the news came of the terrible loss of life following the eruption of Mount I Pelee deepened his sorrow for the sufferers 1 from that catastrophe He was educated at the College of Mount St Mary Emmetsbnrg where he was noted ass dllgent student graduat- Ing in 1853 He adopted the profession of medicine devoting himself to the study of the healing art with great en thusiasm He had however no sooner finished his medical course than he was t called upon to qualify himself to enter the priesthood of the Roman Catholic I church Ilie at once entered upon the work of preparation and soon crossing the At lantic proceeded to Rome where he entered the Urban College in 1857 He was then twentythree years old At the end of six years of study he read a public thesis which brought to I him the degree of doctor of divinity Soon after this his merit as a scholar was I recognized by his appointment as vice j rr rector of the American College On the elevation of the rector the Right Rev I Dr McCloskey to the Bishopric of Louis vi11e Dr Chatard was made rector I I yearsIwas readily accessible from the United St tes and that his good offices could always be counted upon by I his countrymen whether they were cler or of the laity whether Catholic or 11Rymen As a resident of RomeK and the ecclesiastical head of a great educational institution his influence was great and his labors in every good cause were untiring His labors during the I Vatical Council in 1808 were specially 11recognized by Pope Pius IX who as a appreciation presented him a r 11token medal a valuable souvenir of regard and of even more value for what it I symbolizes In 1878 Dr Chatard visited the United States on a mission to collect money for 1 1thet support of the American College On 1bls return to Rome he was notified of his appointment Bishopand was con to that high office in Rome on ttsecratedt 1878 succeeding as fifth Bishop IIMay diocese Maurice de St Palais Jwho bad then recently passed away He 4 arrived In Indianapolis in August 1878 11and at once entered upon the arduous of his great office From the first 11duties made Indianapolis the seat of the diocese but the name of the See was not I from Vincennes to that of In 11changed until 1808 ItIsIlue to Bishop Chatards zeal andl administrative abilitythat this die IIhlghhas been built up to be one of theI in the country When he came 11foremo there were in that city only four parishes each with its church There are now eleven parishes each with f a flue church building several of them with fine educational institutions There is now also being erected a church at North Indianapolis This will make twelve Catholic parishes in that city Not least among the things that have been done during his administration as Bishop has been the erection and development I of St Vincents Hospital one of the great institutions of the city Like progress has been made all over his dioc- eSe the growth having been specially marked in the county seats There are 120 priests in the diocese Since 1899 he has been assisted in the work of the diocese by the Right Rev Denis ODon r aghue of St Patricks church who was then appointed auxiliary Bishop THE OLD CATHEDRAL It Is the Pride of Kentucky Catholics and Should Not Be Demolished I There are Catholics in Louisville who every now and then say that the old Cathedral on Fifth street ought to give way to a more modern structure They comment on the fact that other cities of the size of Louisville have what are called up todate Cathedrals and Louis yule lags behind isI Cathedral of the Assumption 1builts Spalding then the Bishop of Louisville but afterward Archbishop of Baltimore It was then one of the finest church edi fices in the territory south of the Ohio It is today a grand building and ought to be good enough for the Catholics of Louisville for the next quarter of a century It needs a little brushing up to be sure but to say that a modern structure should supplant it is not doing justice- to the Catholic pioneers who erected the grand old building Bishop McCloskey has not been favorable to the modern idea of erecting magnificent church edifices during his Incumbency in the office of Bishop of Louisville He has rather Iinclined to Favor the policy of building small churches where they are most needed there are too many fine churches and too Few churches in neighborhoods most needing them rS4ace 1IJa1 Et eY lws beep l t office lle has but over fifty churoties throughout the diocese and he has not neglected work among the poor Had he cared to do so he could have built a fine Cathedral which might have been a monument to his memory but he pre ferred the other course and no one will say that he has not acted wisely ORCEDTOTAKEARESTI Rev John B Kelly of New Albany Will Recuperate In a Milder Climate Rev John B Kelly rector of Holy Trinity church New Albauy has been ordered by his physician to take a res- tIna milder climate and he will go to California or to Florida during the next few days Father Kelly has overworked himself during the past few years and while his health has not been perma tently broken he Is in bad physical condition It is hoped that a brief stay in a milder climate will help him Father Kelly has not said anything to his congregation about his health as he did not wish to alarm his parishioners who love him dearly He was compelled to stay at St Edwards Hospital in New Albany for several weeks recently He would not consent to leave unless peremptory orders were given him by his physician Father Kelly is one of the most beloved priests in Southern Indiana and his friends hope that he will soon be restored to health During his absence Father Kinney will be the active rector of Holy Trinity Father Kinney is very popular with the members of Holy Trinity parish CATHOLIC WOMANS CLUB I Movement a Commendable One and Every Reason Why It Should Live The Catholic Womans Club recently started will fill a long felt want The wonder is that the movement was not started long ago The Catholic popula tion of Louisville is nearly 60000 and this large number certainly can keep up a club of this kind There is every indi cation that the club will pay from the very start Hundreds of working men andwomen will patronize the club daily Heretofore the patrons went elsewhere The high claw of women at the head of the club is a sufficient guarantee that the movement will be a success The ladies have gone to work intelligently dare united and enthusiastic They have not asked for charity but have started out in a businesslike way which guarantees future success The club prosiiaestobe- of great benefit to those who patronize it nwe11n to those who are interested ia a financial way FATHERflATHEWt or Imposing Statue of the GiiilApostle of Temperance Contemplated bYth Catholic Citizens of St3ouls 1tli Movement Has Already Attained a Sufficient Growth and Solid SubstanceR to Make Its Erectioh Gertain 1Will Be Given a Prominent WinceI In Forest Park and Unveiled For the Opjrilng of Next Years Louisiana Purchase Exposition 1 1If There is a movement on foot InSt Louis a movement that has attained sufficient growth and solid substance to make it certain that its splendid object will be assuredly accomplished and thatI the erection ofa statue to Father Mathew the great temperance In Forest Park No man that i ever lived who did not wear a crown or i bear the wand of temporal power has done n greater good for humanity no i man of any rank station or position in life fought harder to save mankind from j one of its most fearsome sins thaol Father Mathew and the erection of a I statue to him here iff but a tardy recogni lion from the Southwest of the noble work of a noble man Too little has Father Mathew or the importance of the work to which he devoted his life been recognized anywhere for that matter and it is only in one or two other places a over all the world that statues have been J reared to his honor Though clergyman he did not confine his labors j to men and women of that church alone he was a foe of intemperance wherever j the vice founlllodgment and therel demption of the soul of the non CatheI J from the curse of drink was as irar rvvii7rv4s jettetfptton itM- his own faith It was not until after he was thirty j years of age that Father Mathew entered j upon the great work in which he was destined Born near Cashel in County Tipperary Ireland in October 1790 he was adopted at an early age by the Earljj of Llaudaff and to the generosity of this distinguished nobleman Father Mathew owed the splendid education which madeI him a shining light even in the ranks of an intelligent priesthood Graduating at Maynootb he immediately placed himself under the tutelage of the Capu chin friars of Dublin and at the age of twentyfour was ordained priest by Arch bishop Murray a prelate who had remarked Father Mathew for his scholarly attainments even before the time of his ordination Possessing a temperament of great magnetic qualities Father Mathew became so popular at his first charge in Kilkenny that it awakened jealousy in the hearts of certaJn other priests and rather than have any compli cations in his diocese the Bishop forbade Father Mathew to hear confessions This was a cutting blow to the young priest and in his grief he quitted the city and took up his abode in Cork where with two other devoted friars all three living in a garret on Cove street he struggled to maintain n mission among the poorest classes of the people It was here in this miry where despair sowed the seeds that would too soon germinate into vice and crime that Father Mathew was first broughtface to face with a full realization of what a curse drink was to mankindSociety at that time openly encouraged the drink evil men of rank in the educa tional political and business world instead of discouraging it as they do now were numbered among its advocates and it was held effeminate or a mark of fanat icism for one to inveigh against the practice of wine bibbing or liquor drink Jug Men there were who were stanch advocates of the cause of temperance in these days but they lacked position+ and power lacked what they most needed in such a workpopularity and magnetism Father Mathew had all these al his earnest work on behalf of the poO and devotion to the downtrodden raised them to turn to him as the Moses yho might lead mankind at least that for tion with which theyliad directly to de l from the wretchedness of Intemperance Many if these were nonCatholics lone of the most prominent of their aum ber was William Martin a venerable Quaker of Cork who entered a personali appeal to Father Mathew to lead them in their work Finally after due consideration and fervent prayer to God to aidl him If he undertook the championship ofr the cause he yleldedto tHeir request andl attended one of their meetings on Tuesday evening April 10 1838 The meeting occurred in one of the rooms of father Mathews pariah school and the attend sincerityfjCthe old Quaker and his friends and the Kd of a strong man to take up their uTuse impressed him and when the request was made to the tiny audience to itVme forward and sign the pledge ether Mathew walked from his place on- tthe platform and picking up a pen sliced the little gathering and uttered those famous words Here goes in the name of God The effect was almost electrical and every man in that little crowd of sixty persons came forward to atldtheir signature It marked the birth ctf the worlds first and greatest crusad- etIIslnstthe vice of intemperance and Ulose words of Father Mathew as he l ted the pen constituted his first public utterance in the cause to which hi devoted his life from that moment and apostleThrowingwith Ihia characteristic zeal and energy like Mathew soon built up the atten- diceat the meetings tb such a point that tjie little schoolroom was no longer able eaccommodate the crowd and the large Dttttding which had been used as a horse was converted into an auditorium n4tlaecame then nerve center of Father MaTwl te iperincwork in lrlndj Thousands flocked to hear the priest who spoke with such earnestness and sin cerity that he was able to win over to the cause thousands of new adherents daily Within three months he had induced 25000 persons to sign the pledge not only to sign but to keep it for all of those who were persuaded by Father Mathew to give up drink it has been estimated that less than 2 per cent ever returned to their former practices In five months the movement included 156 000 followers and before a year had passed away after that memorable little meeting in April 1838 nearly a quarter of a million people had signed the pledge From Cork and Its adjacent communi ties Father Mathew now went bearing aloft the banner of temperance and call ing upon all to rally beneath it and everywhere he was received with unbounded enthusiasm and the cause for which he fought gained adherents with almost miraculous speed In Dublin alone he gained 40000 converts and so powerful did his words and manifest sincerity appeal to even the Orangemen of Ulster that thousands of them swung into line behind the great champion Within three years he had mustered a total abstinence army of nearly 2000000 people in Ireland alone and his fame having spread to other lands he wee per suaded to embark upon a wider field of temperance evangelization Glasgow was the first city outside of Ireland in which he spoke and under his magnetic touch the cause of total abstinence began to flourish in the Scotch metropolis like the proverbial green bay tree And what was true of Glasgow was true of Edin burgh of York Leeds Manchester Shef field Birmingham and all other cities in England Scotland and Wales where he carried the gospel with which his very soul now flamed It was converts by the thousands a quickening into vigorous life of the great cause to which he was now determined to devote his entire life wherever he set foot In every com munity where he preached he was rep ceived with the highest honors and on his return to Ireland after the tour of England he was given an ovation by the people that was almost a triumph Always generous the debts Father Mathew contracted for the sake of charity and the furtherance of the cause to which he devoted himself soon cumbered hits like a dark cloud and in 1844 he was subjected under the debtor laws of the day to the Ignominy of a public arrest in Cork for debt This burden was soon eased from his weary shoulders and later the British Government bestowed upon him a pension of 1600 a year but the misery of that public arrest ever afterward rested heavy upon his soul Then came that awful period of the famine in Ireland through which Father Mathews zeal on behalf of the sufferers shines with a pure white light of daz sling brilliancy but which gave him ml little time for temperance work and ii 1848 the devoted priest was stricken with illness He recovered from the attack and despite all advice soon returned ti active temperance work In 1819 he salted for America to take up a campaign on behalf of total absti hence here and so great was the enthusi asm with which he was received In alt the cities he visited that his tour was one continual triumphant march So highly was he esteemed that on the occasion of his visit to Washington the Senate passed resolution inviting him to a seat on the floor an honor that has never been bestowed on any other person of foreign birth save Lafayette But despite alt these marks of appreciation and regard for the action of the Senate was but the capstone of innumerable tokens of con sideration from municipalities chambers of commerce States and individuals the greatest satisfaction that probably accrued to Father Mathew from the few months he spent in this country was the fact that he won over to his cause 251000 personsShortly after his return to Ireland Father Mathew was again stricken with paralysis but continued in the battle against temperance as well as his crip pled and enfeebled condition would admit until the day of his death which occurred at Queenstown December 8 1856 A fewdays later he was interred in the cemetery at Cork beneath the protecting arms of the great cross that he had himself erected there The order of Father Mathew is one of the largest if not the largest temperance organizations in the world It has everyImanthe cause of the great apostle In the United States the headquarters of the national organization are In St Louis and it was therefore fitting that the movement to honor Father Mathews memory with a portrait statue should originate ther- eWORTHY 1 PIONEER PRIEST Father Audran Romomborod by His Successor and Parishioners Xatia hnemom neat ijjpbepingjd i in Ale Catholic cemetery at Jefferson oil ville during the next few days over the remains of the Rev Ernest Audran former pastor of St Augustines Father Audran was a pioneer priest of Southern Indiana and labored at Jeffersonville for over thirty years He left no estate His entire life bad been spent in the cause of religion and education He came to Indiana from France and was at Vin cennes for twenty years His successor at JeflersonviUe Rev John OConnell thought it fitting that a monument should be erected to his memory This feeling was shared by the leading memo bern of his congregation acd they raised several hundred dollars to erect the monument Cot Mike Muldoon of Louisville built the monument and it is now at his works in this city It will be ded cated with appropriate ceremonies within the next few days Father Audran came of a distinguished French family Ills uncle Bishop de la Hailandaire was the third Bishop of Vincenncs Father Audran was a lovely character and a steadfast promoter of all that tended to help the cause of religion and edcucation in Indiana and it is fitting that his suc cessor and the members of his congrega should remember him in this way Nearly all the members of St Augus tines congregation are Irish or of Irish descent JOHN RAIDY DEAD Had Been a Patient Sufferer During the Past Two Years The death of John C Raidy son of- exOfficer Patrick Raidy which occurred Sunday afternoon at his home 2538 West Main street was a heavy blow to an afflicted family this being the second time within a period of eighteen months that death has visited the family home For several years Mr Raidy was chiefr clerk for the American District Telegraph Company and was held In the highestl esteem by all with whom he came in con tact He was also a member of Mackin Council About two years ago he was stricken and though his death was not unlooked for for some time past the sad news came as a shock to his legion of friends in all parts of the city His funeral took place Tuesday morn tag from St Cecilias church where a solemn mass of requiem was celebrated by Rev Father Brady the church being thronged by mourning friends and relative Betides his parents the deceased leaves one brother Charles Raidy the well known letter carrier and two sisters Misses Ida end Eva Raidy to mourn his death Mrs William Patterson was Mr Uidys aunt The heartfelt sympathy of the entire community goes ottt to the aged pasents in their great aflictlou tnt KENTUCKY I It t Was tOnet Years Ago I I Pioneers Wore of Celtic DloodII and Eleven Counties Irish pnmcsII Have Been Formoat in outle81 at tho Bar and In the 1 Pulpit SOME HISTORY WORTH REMEMBERING I It is not out of place at the approach of St Patricks day to refer to the part j taken by Irishmen in the early settlement of Kentucky As early as 1743 James McBride an Irishman according to Col I llns History of Kentucky was paddling his own canoe up Kentucky river Long before the war of the revolution Irish set tlers made their homes in the Dark and Bloody Ground Irishmen may well feel proud of their record in this grand old Commonwealth While an attempt was made to drive them out during the Knownothing period of 18545 they still remain in the State in great num bers but probably in not such large numbers if this persecution had not taken placeEleven counties in Kentucky bear Irish names They are Adair Butler Logan Hart Montgomery Lyon McCracken Boyle Carroll Rowan and Casey while numerous towns bear Irishnames It should not be forgotten that with Daniel Boone came to Kentucky James Mooney John Finley and William Cool all Irish This was in 1769 and 1775 John McManus John Toole and James Grattan laid the foundation of the city of Louisville Irishmen have good reason Kentuckyfromlferejr ln3QlUjQlt f 4t bat dliriih pulpit They have given to the armies their most gallent leaders Dr Hart wa tf the first practitioner in Kentucky He came from Maryland at a very early period Over twenty of the fortified sta tions of the early period bore Irish names such of Bryans station Feagans station Finns station Higgins blockhouse and Sullivans old station and so on Kentucky owes much to the early Irish settlers who braved the dangers of the forest and raids from the Indians The present Legislature of Indiana has passedan act appropriating 10000 for a monument to be erected in Statuary Hall in Wash ington City to the memory of Gen George Rogers Clark When Gen Clark left Louisville to reduce the British fort at Vincennes in 1783 he was accompanied by seventy men of Irish birth This was nearly half of his command Some of these patriots lie burled in Kentucky soil It is well to recall their services to their country every now and then Kentucky has been talking for half a century about honoring Gen Clarks memory in some way but has never done so Indiana came in and took the honor away claiming Gen Clark as one of her citizens be cause he was a resident of Jeffersonville for many years but he Is buried near Louisville Gen Clarks sister married an Irishman Col George Croghan whose descendants have been famous in Ken tucky history In recent times Irish Americans have reflected credit on Ken tucky and will continue to do so for all time to come The influence of Irish men in Louisville is growing stronger from year to year and it will continue to grow Movements like those of 18544 do not hurt the Irish race I VISITING IN TEXAS Mrs John McAteer and daughter have gone to San Antonio Texas to visit Mr thatIcity for some time on account of his health Mr Vincent McAteer Is connected with the Standard Oil Company in Louisville Too constant attention to his duties caused a temporary break down and be was compelled to go to Texas His health Is much improved and he will probably return to Louisville this summer with bU mother and sister WILL SOON WED The announcement of the approaching marriage of Miss Isabel Wehrley and Leo Hukenbeck io gratifying to the legion of friends of two well known and very pop ular young people The brideelect Is a handsome young woman of the brunette order possessed of traits of character that have wade her a favorite among her wide circle of friends Mr Hukenbeck has long been prominent in East End social circles and an active worker for Trinity Council The date for this happy union has riot yet been set but it will not occur until some time after Easter rti wrVwrrglwXI v6 jjjTr1 oNTUOKY IRt8H A1tJERIOANI Emmet Field 1p 1 ie r 1 Candidate for ReElection HH uDGE L1 Common Pleas Court First Division Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party s NEW FIRM AT AN Old Stand I desire to announce to the public that I am again in business at the old stand of lIubbuch Dros 11061108 West Market street where I have an entirely new and carefully selected stock of Wall Paper CarpetsRugs Lace Curtains Etc Etc I My long experience in the business tomeetI cordially invite my old friends and customers to call on m- eHobbuch u Joseph Srg 11061108 W Market a IH MANDRWr X SONSN WAG N MANUFACTURERSC- arriage I Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST Largest Insurance Company In the World Assets 30000- 0000JERRY n KING SPEOXAX AGENX NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 515 East Gray St Lonlsvtlle Ky This is the only insurance company that sells policies incontestible from date of issue C J SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon I Pork Lard- Sausages Etc u TALL2KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth sad Greets Streets Telephone 2241 You will make a StrikeIF YOU IIAVS YOUR JOB PRINTING DONE At TH1t Kentucky Irish American twtffi PJ1ONRQ46 OREILLYFire Insurance X MmmK Real Estate and Loans 226 FIFTH STREET C B THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 261 West Jefferson St 682 Fourth Ave BOTH TELEPHONES too All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Written for the Kentucky Irish American CONSTANCY Hearts that love can never forget Whateer changes time may send Constancy is the jewel in the coronet Once a friend always a friend Ihaisnbtt aoffecflotJs pure gold Which changes its color bright Nor faith that loosens its hold When darkness hides the light True love is broad deep and strong Boundless as the blue sky A sweet changless unending song Eternalit will not can not die KATHLEEN DON LSAVY HIBERNIAN HALL Chosen to Be the Regular Meeting Place for Federation The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies held its first meeting at Hibernian Hall Seventh and Market streets last Friday night Every society affiliating with the Federation was repre sented Dr J W Fowler presided John Dolan representing the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America and John H Hennessy and D J Reardon representing Division 4 Ancient Order of Hibernians were seated as delegates Messrs Engene Cooney and William T Meehan were appointed a committee to draft resolutions of sympathy on the death of Edmund Holly son of delegate Pat Holley Interesting talks were made by Dr F S Clark Dr Ben Lammers Eugene Cooney Thomas Keenan John L Deppen Ben Daller E J Bosler and others Thefeature of the evening was an address delivered by Miss Mary Sher idan who by her forceful eloquence convinced the delegates to the Federation that they ought to hold their meet ings in Hibernian Hall Hereafter all meetings of tbe Federation will be held in Hibernian Hall on the night of the first Friday of each month POPULAR CANDIDATES Frank A Lenz the well known at torney has announced his candidacy for the State Senate in the Thirtyseventh district composed of the Third Fourth Fifth Sixth and Seventh wards of the city of Louisville Mr Lenz is an active member of Trinity Council Y M I and is as popular among the IrishAmeri cans as he is among theGerman Americans in his district If nominated he will bring strength to the Democratic party and if elected will faithfully and intelligently represent his constituents in the Thirtyseventh district Peter J Coegrove a popular young IrishAmerican bas announced his can didacy for the Legislature in the Forty sixth district composed of the Second and Third wards subject to action of tbe Democratic party He has been a hard worker iu the cause of Democracy during the last ten years but hall never before asked the people to support him tor any office Mr Cosgrove iis a lawyer of ability 11iategritroawla prominent member of Trinity Council Y M I If nominated anti elected he =will undoubt Mly fill he office with credit to himself slid with MttoaethMi to llla cooetituf nU The frirabs ol both gentlemen will see that they hays a perfect ot tHlxatioa and tbig VteWtbe day of tile primary JUc 4- t 11 s fit fit WEILER JR+ +II t t 1w 78- CANDIDATE FOR + CLERK CIRCUIT COURT JEFFERSON COUNTY 1 t Subject to the Action of i Your Support Respectfully t4 the Democratic Party LSolicited + EARNEST APPEAL For the Catholic Laymen of This Community to Erect a General Hall and Make its a Genuine Success j HI 7 ft Remarks of Rev Father Henry AV Connelly at a General Meeting of Priests and Laymen Evoked Prolonged Applausey it rIo1 Committee Appointed to Get Ati Estimate Rthe Amount of Moneyi w i iV 8 3VJ Zf That Can Be Raise For the Proposed Building r A general meeting of the men of all the Catholic parishes in the city was held at St Francis Hall last Sunday night to discuss plans ways and means etc for the proposed general Catholic ball gymnasium and swimming pool which the Right Rev Bishop desires to establish At least twentyfive of the thirtytwo congregations in the city and county were represented Attorney Thomas P Walsh occupied the chair and Harry Veeneman was Secretary of the meeting Attorney Newton G Rogers read the report of the subcommittee of seven priests and seven laymen appointed to confer with the Bishop to as certain his wishes The report was submitted without recommendations and was merely received and filed The main feature of the meeting was an eloquent address on the necessity of the proposed building by the Rev Father Henry A Connelly the zealous and well beloved pastor of St Brigids church He made a magnificent an earnest plea to have the entire affair left in the hand- of the laymen ot this community Father Connelly was listened to with attention and when he closed was greeted with merited applause Father Connellys address in full was as follows IIMr Chairman Right Reverend Very Reverend Fathers and Gentlemen This movement which has been started and which has for its object the establishment- of an association for the Catholic young of this city must not be permitted I trust to die Of all the movements which have been planned during the last thirty or fatty years to advance the interests of our people in this community I look upon this one as the most serious and important because it is the most farreaching in its consequences It is well to help organize a Catholic womens club and give it all the assistance in our power but it is infinitely more important- to have something of the kind for our Catholic men if we are to retain our influence over them and keep them in the faith of their fathers You may say whit you please gen tlemen but let me tell you and when I say it I say with all due deference for woman that man in thefuture as in the past will always continue to be the principal and leading factor of society and therefore is it all the more vitally im portant that we throw around him and especially in the days of his youth all the wholesome Influences that we can Tell me not Mr Chairman that this movement which has been seton foot is to be a failure It may indeed at first meet with rebuffs stumbling blocks and obstructions and difficulties may come in its way J your Christian patience and endurance may be sorely tried with St Peterson maybe dltpoeed to cry out 0 Lord save ufc or we perish but you should remember that all great under takings meet at first with more or ileaa dbconragenjent and disappointment dad sot perfected except by- meana01such Iaerifiee andperv raKe ooth part of those wbo have these Ia charge No Mr Chairman I can not I must not and I shall not hear of failure It has been stated already by gentlemen on this floor that our enemies are already in the field and that being so if I may be permitted to paraphrase the words of a great American statesman may I not ask Why stand we here idle The next gale that sweeps from the North may bring to our ears the clash not indeed of martial arms but the more tremendous clash of falling and shipwrecked souls souls who if we had only been prompt to take action and do our duty by them would have been saved to tbe Church of God would have been a credit to them selves and families as well as an orna nient of society Mr Chairman there seems to be much ado about the selection or the non selection of a particular site for your future building Now sir perhaps it is well that this Is so Speaking for my self I give it as my honest and candid opinion that this building which is to be muchsmoney should not be erected in close proximity to any church If Mr Chairman this building is erected hard by tome church you may create the impression in the minds of our young men that the building after all is to be noth ing more nor less than the annex of said church Moreover you may create the impression in their minds that the clergy who are connected with said church will be always exercising more or less of a restraining influence over them and when once you do that you will thereby frustrate I fear and most effectually so one of the principal objects of your association if not the very principal object viz the winning ov rand the at tracting to you of hundreds upon hundreds of our Catholic young men For fear of being placed by y u under what they may consider to lie too much re straint they will noticometoyou When I say this I mesh no disrespect whatever towards the Reverend clergyr for I am convinced that they would not try to exercise any unnecessary restrain ing influence over theyoung men But gentlemen we mut remember that young men and especially powadays do not always look at those matters in the same light astve of the clergy look at themBut Mr Chairwaa there is another barrier and it seems to me a very serious one in thewar of your accepting as a site for your building this lot here oa Walnut treat between Fourth and Fifth streets It is ay jidgment sir and it is the judgment ot all with whom I have spoken on the wbjet that the lot in question it altogether too small for our purpose Yon see Indeed Mr Chair man lot a certain kind of a erect1tpojbiI you sir that it will bUilding that the Catholic op1ol Loai Tlle want nor the building leb theyY should have If we opun who aUHfMit Chairman let tMeowtneMe right Let it he oajtomewkat taros and fcteaeivc oak 0- U Let the building which is to be put up be a noble imposing and commodious structure a building the auditorium of which will hold at least four or five thousand persons at once Let it be as complete and perfect as possible in all its appointments Let it be in the strictest sense of the word an up to date build luga building which among other buildings will be always able to hold its own and more than its own a building which will be an ornament to our fair city a building sir of which not only our Catholic people but also our non Catholic fellowcitizens may always feel justly proud But sir to think that you can put up such a building as the building I have just described on such a small lot as the lot here on Walnut street is simply out of the question I tell you sir you cannot do it Mr Chairman one word more and I will be through By all means let this association be incorporated Let the gentlemen who are to be on the Executive or Directory Board be chosen with the greatest prudence and circumspection Let them be men of integrity of business capacity and of standing in the commun ity yes and I will add let the board be made up exclusively of laymen We of the clergy while always willing to back you up and give you all the moral and even material assistance in our power have oar hands full and more than full with the affairs of our respective churches and anyhow I think it is best if this association is to be a success and a great suc cess from the very start that the management of the affairs of the association be left completely and absolutely in your own hands In the drawing up of your constitution and in the formulation of your laws and bylaws let it be clearly seen that you are intensely Catholic yes Catholic to the hearts core and that ypur association shall never do or say anything that mightt conflict even in the least with the well known laws of your holy mother the church You may in deed and I think it would be advisable ask for a chaplain for undoubtedly there will betimes in the life of your associa tion when you will need spiritual and moral advice and when such advice will be of Incalculable service to you Let a spirit of harmony and brotherly love per vade your meetings avoid all quarreling and angry disputes which is to no purpose permit not the introduction or dis cussion of politics and let no member find fault with a fellowmember because both parties did not perhaps first seett the light of day in the same clime In a word let your motto be In essentials J unity In nonessentials liberty but in all things charity Let such Mr President and gentle men be the policy of your association and with Gods eingyou need have whatever about the fno misgivings out come Thanking you moat sincerely for your kind and patient attention I myaddr8llllwlthtkellignlfi a and proeper+ v o Iti Thomas Ro 6oronl CANDIDATE FOR REELECTION JLtW Common Pleas Court Second Division Subject to tho Action of the Democratic Party J JOHN M MULLOY DEALER IN Tea Coffee Pure Spices And Chinaware- Pond Lily and Home Baking Powder GiG W IWCARrcEjaP ST Telephone Main 1189 EUGENE lOUIS R CARRAROS CAFE WET GOODS AND SMOKERS TELEPHONE 761 N E Cor Third and Green After the applause had died away Newton G Rogers offered a motion to make each pastor Chairman of a finance committee in his respective parish the pastor to name the members of his committee to solicit funds for the proposed building Brief remarks on the motion were made by Capt Frank Jfagan the Right Rev Monsignor Bouchet and Pat rick T Sullivan Mr Rogers motion prevailedJames Coleman wanted the committee to be in a position to tell the people what kind of a building it was proposed to erect but this matter was held in abey ance Remarks were made by James Murphy Jacob Oligschlager Joseph P McGinn Rev Fathers Raffo Rock Walsh and others Finally on motion of Capt Hagan a committee of five was appointed to draft a preface to the sub scription list to be used in the various parishes The following committee was appointed Capt Frank Hagan Joseph P McGinn Newton G Rogers Jerry Bacon and Dillon E Mapother The meeting then adjourned for three weeks at which time it is expected the committee will be able to give an esti mate on the amount of money that can beraisedThe will be held as usual at St FrancisHall CHICKAMAUGA Col Muldoon Erected Monuments Over Remains of Indiana Soldiers The State of Indiana several years ago passed an act in its General Assembly to commemorate the brave men who fell on the field of battle at Chickamauga Col Michael Muldoon was awarded the con tract for building the monuments and he completed the work some time ago The Legislature at its present session passed a bill appropriating about 25000 to pay for this work which was finished last fall The monuments about twentyfive in number will be dedicated with ap propriate ceremonies in April Col Muldoon exGov Bradley and others will attend the dedication Col Muldoon has received important contracts for building expensive memorials for several of the States His monument works are the leading ones in the United States Col Muldoon was recently solicited to enter into a monument trust but he declined preferring to work independent of any trust or combination tfAS NOMINATION WON Senator Will L Weller Jr has an nounced bis candidacy for Clerk of the Jefferson Circuit Court to succeed John H Page Mr Weller is thoroughly fa miliar with the work of the office and was for years one of the deputies in the County Clerks office and also in the office of the Clerk of the Chancery Court He has served in the State Senate as the member lor the Tl1trteighth district and made an excellent record He has also served as Auditors Agent for Jefferson county and in all of these offices his work baa been creditable to himself and satis actory to his constituents If Mr Weller is nominated at the approaching Democratic primary and elected ia November he will doubtless prove as popular a clerks he ka M State Senator and Auditors Agent t a THIS LITTLE BANS Will RemindYou To SaveAnd youll put into it small amounts that you WOULD NOT take around and deposit in a bank In this way you may start a SAVINGS ACCOUNT and KEEP IT GOING We take these little deposits and pay you f3 COMPOUNDI Ky INTERESTTitle Savings Bank FIFTH AND COURT PLACE Open Daily until 3 p m Saturdays until 7 p m fFRANK R lLENZl CANDIDATE FOR SENATOR37th From Shelby to Fifth St Subject to Action of the Democratic Party LEADING HAT HOUSE Spring Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas REAGANS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Winos Liquors and ClllrSa- IBPEOrAL iHgssixgallon np Ted 518Z n NIUOKY IRISa A RIOANe Robert Le Greene n OF BRflOKEN COUNTY t y ijf IV bA1 TDIDATAi FOR LyKI II CoctPt of Appeals Subject to the Action of the Democratic Par- tyTONEY BI II P STERLING B CANDIDATE FOR JUIJGE Jefferson Circuit Court CHANCERY BRANCH Second Division Subject to Action of the Democratic Party 111 I1t1tt EG EcE 4G flEa 6 tC c t tE r li Joseph M1 Huffaker i I CANDIDATE FOR REELECTION Y I Commonwealtfis flttorney 1 I I 64 IISubJect to Action of the Democratic Party H v 765Brar a 3DT3r Br 9r9r m a911D 1r r r9r r3r 9r IimI JAS PIP EDWARDS Candidate for ReElection t- oLEGISLATURE i WARDSi1 1Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party oIG AG 6id6t Ruoo Pi BAUER r CREATORS OF i Fine Chocolates I and Confections 234 WEST MARKET STREET itb ll Tl6 lb31191b31 lA3 h 16316 916316 16316 76 16 16399 JOHN F OBRTBLBUTG- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue T l pfcorieS9t LOUISVILLE KY n n rz rJ 7 J r J L STRASSELMDUUUDUUDnnu Cumberland Telephone Main 2138 Home Telephone 2138 1 nDlifinUUliti nunwli 1s s 5O3 and 505 Third St fLouisville Ky V PEN PICTURE Of tho Most Roy Archbishop QuiRloy Chicagos Now Prolate Described as a Big Man Men tally as Well as Physically His Only Recreation Is An Oc casional Visit to His Aged Mother HAS HARD WORK BEFORE HIM John R Rathom correspondent of the Chicago RecordHerald recently gave a pen picture of the Most Rev James Edward Quigley the new Archbishop of Chicago The sketch is admirably writ ten and is full of interest to all Catholics particularly to IrishAmerican Catholics He says in part- Archbisop Quigley is a big man in all the word implies It would be your dominant thought if you ever talked with him for a moment for it is written all over himin the set of his jaw the breadth of his shoulders the twining of his great knotted hands but more than all else in his words and acts His robes add a certain dignity to his pres ence ail indeed it is the purpose of all priestly vestments to do but stripped entirely of them and dissociated in the minds of men from his office and latest honors his personality and magnetism would make him none the less a mark for public interest- I talked with him for some hours yesterday If you care to call it an in terview for want of a better word you may But it was the kind of interview that forms a unique and interesting ex perience Now you are at perfect liberty to draw what deductions you care to from your visit that was the way he started but I may as well tell you frankly that I will not say one word more than I care to say And nowbe went on with a broad smile on his pleas ant face we understand one another Then he shook hands again and sat down I looked at his big episcopal ring and then at his hands and in won dering pow the gentle life of a priest could produce such muscular and mam moth fingers forgot all about the ring When he began to talk so softly that at timed I had to lean forward to catch his words I forgot all about the ring and the fingers too A loyal and devoted Catnolic churchman Archbishop Quigley is held by no shackles of religious intolerance In deed if no facts were at hand to show his feeling in this respect it would be im possible to remain in his presence for a moment and believe him capable of such a mental attitude- In the little town of Attica N Y where the Archbishop had his first charge and conducted his services in a tiny miniature of a church one of the first things he did was to call on the Methodist minister thus beginning a friendship that has grown closer up to the present time Both had to sweep out their churches and light their own fires and many a time they split wood out in the forest together and divided it up for future use When I asked the Arch bishop what he considered the most satisfy In feature of his labors Ip Buffalo he answeredWell course the affection of my people and my fellow priests so abundantly shown at the meeting here last Monday gave me the greatest gratifica tion and compensated me for all my labors among them But the one thing that brought the keenest sense of pleas ure was the outpouring of ministers of the Protestant churches who came to shake hands and bid me God speed They have been my friends always Whatever I have been able to do in a public way for the moral advancement of Buffalo and a better understanding of civic conscience has been made possible by the wholesouled support and in many cases advice of these men Their friendship is something I prize more than I can tell The Archbishop has few recreations He is a devoted worker and constantly delving into conditions in every part of his diocese with the object of bettering them His one relaxation is when he takes a train and goes to Rochester to visit his mother To this old Irish lady who is now past her eightysecond year he is nothing but my boy Jimruie But for the wrinkles in her face her features are a counterpart of those of her son the resemblance being remark able It was through her efforts that the present Archbishop was prevailed on to go into the ministry Though her pride in his advancement to his new see is very evident she will not even to her friends and neighbors exhibit any sentiment of onlysoul+ r thek w t T Archbishop himself so I asked him about it yl Yes he answered mother was very pleased over my selection J But what did she saYtWell she said Thats all right Jim mie God has watched over ye this far and Im sure Hell keep on doing it even if its Chicago yere going to I tell you be added tfiey cant get round mother Shes as bright as a woman of thirty and when she makes up her mind not to talk about a thing not all the wild horses or newspaper men in the United States could induce tier to change her mind J In leaving him yesterday asked him what his feelings were as he was about to face a work of such magnitude as the ad ministration of the great see to which he had been called He hesitated a few moments before replying and then said with great earnestness and an emotion that thrilled his big frame through and through It is hard to say how I feel It is an overwhelming thing a great great thing Theres work to do a glorious and good work7 And I am going to undertake it he added cheerily And then in measured words I think Ill get along And with the sadness all out of his face and a broad beaming smile in its place he said r Anyway Ill try and try and try And yon may be very sure that he will MRS FISKB IS COMING In Mary of Magdala Paul Heyses historical and romantic drama of life in Jerusalem under Roman Government in which Mrs Fiske will be seen in at the Auditorium on March 16 and 17 every care has been taken to set forth pictures animate and inanimate of the period and the place of the story The scenes of this drama are such that both the general aspect of Jerusalem and the manners of private life will be more than suggested This will illustrate the very different habits of the Romans who were in possession of the government of the city of right of sword aud those of the Jews who submitted perforce to the domination while cherishing their distinctive habits and secretly working for deliverance One orihe scenes in the play pictures a publicsgnarein Jerusalem that gives an idea of the peculiar architecture and the characteristic habits of the people that conformed to it It is possible that an erroneous conception of the architecture of Jerusalem is common at least as to its durability So little that is veritable has come down to this age as to that architecture that reliance is had upon scientific conjecture rather than upon actual knowledge One of the most eminent of authorities on architecture and its kindred arts James Ferguson declares that the Jews like other Semitic races were not a building people and never aspired to monumental magnificence as a mode of perpetuating the memory of their great- neSs The Palace of Solomon says he was wholly of cedar wood and must have perished of natural decay in a few centuries if it escaped fire and other accidents incident to such temporary structures Their first temple was a tent their second depended almost en tirely on its metallic ornaments for its splendor and it was not until the Greeks and Romans taught them how to apply stone and carving for this purpose that we have anything that can be called architecture in the true sense of the term But for all that the buildings at Jerusalem were to modem eyes extremely picturesque and the scenes in Mary of Magdala that represent them both as interior and exterior aspect are pictorial and graphic NEGLECTING THE SCAPULAR The importance of having on the per son some distinguishing Catholic em blem is the subject of a paragraph in the Catholic News Some weeks ago a line man on the Third avenue elevated in New York met with an accident When he was being examined a Catholic standing by Noticed that the man wore a scap ular and hurried for a priest Death occurred within half an hour of the acci dent but the priest arrived in time to administer the last rites of the church If it had not been for the scapular extreme unction would not have been possible Too many persons com ment our Canadian contetnorary the Carmelite are careless in wearing their scapular Sometimes they lay it aside and forget to put it on again or when it is torn they neglect to replace it immediately Catholics should always carry aboutwith them some emblem of their holy faith HOPKINS THEATER Another week of excellent vaudeville is promised at Hopkins Theater next week The headlined are James P oriJinafarceiiAthe other entertainers wilt be Mr and Dire Mark Murphy in their sketch The Seventh Son the Smedley Sketch Club in their one ac comedydrama The Little Mother Smith and Fuller Ina musical novelty Fieldc and Ward comedians and parodists Fred V Bowers J composerMiller ad Verne the star v tjtrikHjulst jv- w L r BRIEF SKETCH OfJudge Asb or G Carutb Who Will Tako a Trip Abroad One of a Distinguished Family That Has Served the Country Well As Commonwealths Attorney Congressman and Judge Was a Success A FRIEND TO THE IRISHAMERICANS The Hon Asher G Caruth who has announced his withdrawal from the race for Judge of the Criminal division of the Circuit Court holds a warm place in the hearts of all IrishAmericans Mr Ca ruths health is such that a campaign such as he would have to make would be a positive menace to his life He has therefore decided to step down and out when his term expires next January and contemplates a prolonged trip abroad which may include a visit to the Holy Land He has money enough and hon stepdownawhile Judge Caruth is only one of a distin guished family His eldest brother the Hon David Caruth was prominent In St Louis affairs for many years During part of that time he held the important and influential position of Police Com missioner in that city He was also a member of the firm of Carcth Burns a large hardware establishment David Caruth was prominent in social as well as political life and among the societies with which he affiliated was the St Pat ricks Society one of the strongest organizations of the kind in the United States He served both as Vice President and President of the St Louis branch This society gave an annual banquet at the Planters Hotel in St Louis and these banquets were always on a magnificent scale Hon Asher G Caruth was in vited to one of the affairs and delivered a stirring address in response to the toast Our CountryOn another occasion the Hon David W Caruth was presented with a very handsome green enameled badge in the form of a cross set with dia monds and bordered with gold the insignia of the order This badge was given to Judge Asher Caruth at his brothers death and is highly prized by himHon George William Carnth another distinguishedlitlaw in this city some years ago and served the United States as Minister to Portugal during Clevelands last admin istrationJudge Caruth himself served in Con gress with the Hon Tim Campbell of New York who in behalf of the foremost Irish society of New York invited him to that metropolis to deliver an address at a banquet at the Brunswick Hotel His address was received with much applause Judge Carnths connection with local and national politics is well known During the term of Phil Lees holding as Commonwealths Attorney while he was ill Mr Carnth was serving as Com monwealths Attorney pro tem Hon Helm W Bruce was the presiding Judge Mr Caruth was elected Commonwealths Attorney in 1880 defeating Gen Basil W Duke and Capt Mike Boland for the place He was reelected without opposi tion in August 1883 and ran ahead of the ticket a thousand votes He tried many famous cases during his Common wealths Attorneyship and achieved the reputation of being one of the ablest Commonwealths Attorneys the State had ever known In November 1888 he was elected to Congress and served in the Fiftieth Fiftyfirst Fiftysecond and Fiftythird Congresses retiring on March 4 1895He was appointed by Judge J W C Beckham to the position of Judge of the Jefferson Circuit Court Criminal division to fill the unexpired term of Hon Henry- S Barker who had been elected to the Court of Appeals During his short term on the bench he has proven an impartial fairminded and able Judge and his recent decision in the habeas corpus case of a young girl who was sought to be taker Shepherdandsurroundings is fresh in the minds of our people Judge Caruth denounced in scathing terms the efforts of those who would strive to cast opprobrium on an institution such as the Convent of the Good Shepherd ani said the convent waSworthy of the help and encourage regardlessofThe Judge is quite a litterateur and has delivered addressee of merit before the various colleges of the State notably one on Nothing Succeeds Like Success which was inspiring to young men hon etly endeavoring to succeed m life His- IrlahAmercan dmlrers hope he will live many years to enjoy the societyi of his Meads r Sr 0tGi r iIil iI71 iIiI oror iI jjiI IP b4i iV W H EDINOBR President HENRY C WALDBCK CaihUr i im111 Wmwmm illernjani IInsurance Bank I fm1 w 11 5J CAPITAL 24950000 SURPLUS iNmwmw g 111ryl111yilllLOUISVILLE KY 111e11 ftI 111 tfIotIltIIJrIfIIJo tfIotJIofIorotfIotfIoe 1Ie e C 1Ieo c Hi- P DANNON MJ DANNON nODToL BURREM P BANNON Jr K President VlcoPres Oenl Mgr Secretary Treasurer I IKENTUCKYIGo INCORPORATED MANUFACTURERS OF VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS rJc OFFICE 608612 WEST JEFFERSON ST LOUISVILLE KY Telephone 673 WORKS MAGNOLIA AVE BET NINTH AND TENTH GERMAN BANK Fifth and iMarket Sts LOUISVILLE KY G 1 Capital 250000 Surplus 261000 w H INTEREST PAIDONT EDESITSs f Q i Om etA b btDbm Oe eslbS Dm4mbA OA Om I Fidelity Trust andii t T f Safety Vault Co A 206210 FIFTH STREET t a d CAPITAL j000000a SURPLUS 700000I t g A m C John Stites President C J Meddis Asst Supt R E Dept John W Barr Vicepresident John T Malone Second VicePresldt p JamesC Mahon Secretary Joshua P Speed Treasurer Trevor H Whayne Supt R H Dept C R Richards Supt of Vault 0bm e e1be1be1bII1bee1bebe bm10Om bAOmb e V p R NTUOKY IRISH AlnQRICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN ri AmerlcaasovKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS j SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc 4 Hutered at tko Louisville Postofflce as SecondClass Matter tddiersiH Coqunnalcatloni to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West preen Street TRADES COUNCIL Y Jt LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 14 1903 WHAT PEOPLE WANT The Street Car Company seems to misunderstand the publics de mand It is not more transfers theIa people want but more prompt and all over town transfers without waiting or riding any more than necessary Convenience and a saving of time in transfers is what the people want and they have an idea that they are entitled to it and that it is the charter duty of the Street Car Company to give it theman idea they may take it into their heads to enforce to the worry and cost if nothing else of the Street Car Company The people are hard to wake up and go after what they want but when they do they usually get iteven from street car companies IRELANDS DAY Ireland is not one of the world powers nor the Irish as numerous or wealthy as other races yet no country or race are so universally known and respected despite centuries of oppression calumny and ridicule With no government nor recognition among the nations with no possessions education or rights as a race subjected to arbi trary and brutal rule depriving them of all but life driven from the land and those they love with undying and irrepressible devotion the Irish are wanderers the world over but their hearts yearnings ever remain In the Green Isle Patriotism faithful and unswerv ing that stands the test of sacri = Vfice suffering privation derision n and long waiting are marked characteristics of the Irish people An Irishman may forswear allegi ance to government but to Ireland comeskt the Green Isle Wherever the Irish have gone in all the world 1 Irelands praises have been her alded her sorrows and wrongs recounted her hopes cherished and the Irish however humble have made manifest that devotedness and true patriotic spirit which has gained for Ireland and the Irish the respect and sympathy of all who recognize right and justice Ireland has no standing among the nations of earth no govern ment no army nor navy no repre sentative nor voice in the councils nor at courts of nations no com merce wealth nor products to at tract the attention of men or powersyet Ireland of all the countries of the world has the re spect and admiration of the people 4 4ofall nations and climes as evi denced in the universal observance of her natal daythe feast of her Apostle St Patrick Everywhere 1isit honored Not only in Ireland and by Irishmen and their children the world over but the people of all races subjects and citizens of all governments all classes wear a sprig of green as a manifestation of their respect for Ireland and her Il devoted people In oratory poem song and music Irelands glorIes sorrows wrongs hopes are recounted the suffering unyielding and persistent devotion and efforts of her children lauded and their aspirations en couraged that Ireland m yasfs- her right and as her faithful people deserve one day take her place among the nations of earth free and untrammeled Irelands day Is the annual re minder that cruel ioncalt- Jmnr and derision can not Crush a patriotic people nor extinguish the spark of national life but on the contrary wins the approval and- o o r j 0 sympathy of the true and just of all men LIBELING UNION LABOR That was a bad break of an officer of the Miners Union in the Kentucky State convention denouncing Judge Adams for grant ing a temporary injunction on ap plication of the President of the Wabash railroad Its basis is ignorance of and disrespect for law and government and smacks of anarchy utterly contrary to the spirit and basis of organized labor and at variance with the utterance and action of the workmen directly interested who submit out of re spect to law and confine their resistance to manly protest and legal methods The Wabash rail road has the right to apply to the courts Judge Adams has simply recognized that right and in grant ing a temporary injunction stops further progress of the trouble till the case can be heard on its merits to decide if the employes have violated or are planning to violate the law as charged by the railroad officials the employes have an swered denying the charges and asking that the temporary injunc tion be dissolved Their course is the proper one since it is based upon respect for law and a reliance upon legal methods If the decis ion is against them they will doubtless change their procedure to accord with the law Labor unions desire only to act within the law and by legal methods In carrying out their pur poses and in settling grievances their preambles so declare and the vast majority of their members are so inclined though at times they may unconsciously under aggrava tion declare and act otherwise Denunciation of government law and judges only manifest a spirit of outlawry a disregard for law and order and the rights of others furnishing the enemies of honest labor with facts and argu ment that labor organizations are a menace to the peace and safety of the community and all law and authority justifying injunctions and more arbitrary measures for repression And worst of all such harangues place organized labor in a false and unenviable attitude antagonizing public opinion and arraying against it lawabiding people and the power of the government It is high time that the conserva tive and thoughtful workingmen muzzle their ignorant and excit able brethren especially those holding office in their unions who thus libel and bring upon them undeserved condemnation and the force of law Such utterances as those of an officer in the State miners convention are not in ac cordance with the purposes meth ods nor sentiment of organized labor and if he were in the juris diction of Judge Adams court and sent to jail for contempt he would receive his deserts Workingmen learn that they as well as others must respect the law andauthority and the sooner they do so and con vince the public of the fact the better it will be for organized labor which has to bear the reproach and suffer the consequences of such misguided oratory COMBES DEFEAT It is usually a renegade who goes farthest iu vilifying and per secuting the church French renegades are generally the un worthy sons of pious mothers M Combes whose proscription of re ligious orders and institutions iin HaVnce has rendered him infamous and ridiculous now presumes t0 dictate to the Holy See in the nam bug of Bishops and the manage ment of church affairs in France refusing to recognize on behalf og the Government the appointmen of Bishops for two vacant sees ex cept upon conditions named by the French Government The reply of the Holy Father is that rather than accede to M Combes demand the two sees will remain vacant Greater men than M Combes Napoleon Henry VIIIof Eng land Henry IV and Bismarck of Germanytried that and failed History may have to repeat itself and an open rupture between n France and the Vatican be neces sary to bring the French people I0 their senses and end the Combe regime The Indiana labor organization are neither so large or noisy as ours but they are united and ef fective in obtaining legislation and the enforcement of law in the in terest of labor The Legislature just adjourned passed several new laws besides remedying defects in others The Hoosiers have a thorough organization and a stand ing Legislative Committee to look after such matters and they have attended well to their business for years as results prove but the Hoosiers dont go running after politicians nor allow politicians to run their organizations On the contrary the politicians come to the workingmen asking what they want and eagerly strive to get it for them A Norfolk Va decision will put a stop to the practice of certain employers who by advertising and employing agencies overcrowd the labor market to keep down wages During a strike in that city the contractors advertised for work men A number came from Sa vannah but on learning the situa tion refused to work and sued the contractors being awarded judg ment for railroad fare expenses and full pay for lost time Rather costly and not likely to be resorted to again in Virginia In the South Carolina cotton mill districts where children as young as six years work ten to fourteen hours a day the census reports 33000 white children of school age only onefourth of whom attend school and twofifths have never been to school As there are fully as many if not more negro children who have no schools to go to South Carolina has over 50000 children in the cotton mill districts deprived of education What kind of citizens will they make Judge Barker serious vs Judge Barker joking was the subject last week But it is not new For in stance Judge Barkers instructions to the grand juries vs results in Judge Barkers court were a con undrum for several years But the contrarities were not so mani ifest as in Judge Barkers Christian church address and Judge Barkers Commercial Club banquet speech which catch him in the act with one leg on each side of the fence The City Council is mill wrest ling with claims dating from the George D Todd administration rhe aftermaths of those econom ical spells are remarkable No small part of our heavy bonded debt is due to liabilities left by those low tax live within your income management of city affairs The only way to pay as you go is to levy and collect enough taxes to pay When a prominent Catholic pur chases property near to a Catholic church school and pastoral residence and rents that property for a saloon necessitating the Catholic priests petitioning the License Board not to grant a license is it any wonder that nonCatholics have queer ideas about Catholics Despite the expenditure for foreign missions and the aid and encouragement of the British Government the aggregate Protestant population of India is only about 13000081 against more than 2 600000 Roman Catholics II joIl jI L b i ELABORATE Ceremonies Attended UnveilingXi Worktii of Art 4 Portrait of St Frances of Rome Formally Installed Last Sunday f J Eloquent Sermon Preached liy Rev Father Leo of St Bonifaces4 BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF PAINTING The Church of St Frances of Rome at Clifton was well filled with devout Cath olics last Sunday both at the morning andevening services The occasion was the celebration of the feast of St Prances of Rome the patron saint of this pretty little chuch The feast proper fell on Monday March 9 but it was deemed wise to hold the formal celebration on Sunday At 10 oclock solemn high mass was celebrated with Rev Father Thomas White as celebrant Rev Michael Melody deacon and an eccles iastic from St Bonifaces convent as subdeacon An appropriate sermon was preached by Rev Thomas White the be loved pastor of the congregation- The main feature of the celebration was the unveiling of the handsome oil painting of St Francesof Rome a wcrk of art from the brush of the famous Italian painter Benedetto Glove After the unveiling ceremony solemn vespers were sung with Rev Father Hugh J Brady as celebrant Rev Father A J Brady as deacon Rev Father Michael Melody as subdeacon and Rev Father White as master of ceremonies Rev Fathers Daniel OSultivan and John OConnor were seated in the sanctuary Rev Father Leo O F M of St Bonifaces church preached an eloquent sermon on theuLife and Works of St Frances of Rome Father Leo spent several weeks in Rome last year and among places of interest that he visited while in the Eternal City was the shrine of St Frances one of the most beautiful of the many interesting shrines in that city Father Leo told of seeing the original painting in Rome at this shrine and also told of seeing the artist at work on the copy of the original which now adorns St Francs church He had no idea then that he would ever see the work in the United States much less In Louisville Rev Father Leos sermon was listened to with attention and mer ited much favorable comment- It will not be miss to repeat the de scription of this work of art Irrespective of its massive gilt frame it weighs fully 500 pounds and is ten feet high and eight fret broad St Frances is represented as holding a book At her feet is her guardian angel and at her right is a basket of bread It has been pronounced by capa ble critics the finest work of art that ever came to Louisville and is one of the finest that ever came to the United States the painting was so large that it could not be taken through the doors of the church A window had to be taken out in order to bring the picture inside A brass plate handsomely engraved attached to the bottom bears the following inscription 1 DONOR MR SCULLY IN MEMORIAM UXORIS SHAK MATHILDAEA iMr Scully is one of the oldest members of this congregation and his late lamentedwife was one of the most earnest workers in the cause of the churchIHINTS ON STYLE Linen laces are a popular trimming and there is a larger and hondsomer as sortment of wash laces than ever before The woman who can afford only a cheap readymade cape of lace or of batiste or lien lace trimmed would bet ter not buy any The cheap ones will bean eyesore before the season is far ad vancedSkirt straps are more than ever im portant in this springs tailor frocks and are used with infinite cleverness to promote the artful cling and flare demanded in the skirt of the moment Seams sorts joinings are hidden by the strap ping without the suggested clumsiness of a manypieced skirt High jeweled belts give much the same effect as the girdles and are a part of the tendency toward jeweled dress accessories buckles buttons pendant ornaments clasps etc Exquisite enamels are much favored alsq for the art nouveau orna ments and by the way the fuchsia is the flower of the day Ruffs favored tall women They did not do justice to short or plump women The stole allows every woman to have individuality a privilege the ruff frowned upon insisting upon the same great masses of fluffiness for all the same effect in the back with collar entirely covered and hair covered almost to the hat line Among the most beautiful of all stoles are those fashioned from velvet There is the long straight scarf of black velvet lined with moonlight white satin and having its ends finished with deep silk fringe and there are innumerable velvet collars and capes with stole ends all edged with many frills of chiffon or mousBeliae The full round blouse has flowing transparent sleeves of the black net and the deep collar would be formed of a chiffon velvet in luscious peach pink with iinset crwm lace of heavy mesh out lining the tdge irregularly The frock HoMld be jnftdc over Waek liberty satin ad UM bind ginUeVand tittle iqtMre i OJ t M1NMlll1 1903 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1903h 1 ARTHUR JIll WALL CE CANDIDATE FOR J H JUDQE JEFEERSON CIRCUIT COURT CRIMINAL DIVISION SUBJECT TO THE ACTION OF DEMOCRATIC VOTERS BBBBBBa amBDDBU COUNTY PRESIDENT Brief Sketch of a Gentlemen Who Has Worked For the A O H County President Patrick T Sullivan is not only one of the most popular mem bers of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in the city but is also highly regarded as a citizen Mr Sullivan was born of Irish parentage near Colesburg in Hardin County Ky fortythree years ago He removed to this city in 1879 and six years later joined Division 3 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Since his admission to membership he has always taken an active part in the affairs of the order and has been one of its foremost promoters During his eighteen years of hard work as a member he has never been ill enough to draw a bcn fit He has served two terms as Recording Secretary and four terms as President of Division 3 His election as County President was a fitting tribute to his fidelity to the order There are only three members in Division 3 that have a longer membership than Mr Sullivan They are exState Treasurer Michael Sheehan the only surviving charter member State Treasurer George J Butler and Martin J Ford the first Record ing Secretary Sullivans friends believe that in due time still higher honors will be conerred upon him by the order RECENT DEATHS Miss Rosa Schem the fifteenyearold daughter of Edward Schem passed to her eternal rest last Saturday morning at the family residence 835 East Chestnut street after a short illness She was a popular and promising girl and was admired by a large circle of acquaint ances who feel great sympathy for the bereaved father and mother Her funeral took place Monday morning from St Martins church with solemn high mass of requiem for the repose of her soul The funeral of Mrs Josephine Fang mann the beloved wife of Frank Fang mann of 426 Jackson street took place Monday morning from St Boniface church where she had been a devout communicant for many years Mrs Fangmann was held in high esteem in German Catholic circles of the East End where she had spent the greater portion of her life She was seventyfour years uld bogs joining the two sides of the collar in front should be of the soft black satin A wise idea adopted by many women this spring is the ordering of three pieces in a tailor suit hot the coat skirt and separate blouse but a skirt of lightweight material suitable foreither shirt waisVor coat and skirt costume and both a shirt waistj nd a coat to match this skirt The coat is not so great ad it would be for two complete costumes and yet one baa both a carefully tailored shirt waist frock and a good coat aad skirt U 1- 1 M J WINN MAKER OF GENTLEMENS GARMENTS No 607 FOURTH AVENUE j TJWATHENS t Ice Cream Cakes Charlotte Russe and Wine Jellies Are the Best and His Prices the Lowest Try Them Iiomo Te1cphoZ1 JZI144 629 EIGHTH STREET Hubbuch Bros524 526 and 528 West Market St The progressive store where you can post yourself reliably in the values of CARPETS WALL PAPER RUGS PICTURES Peerless assortments unimpeachable qualities most courteous treatment Always lowest prices for merchan dise of merit bd 0 00AmmQ O4 00 E8mtim000 OQ d d NOA- II The Old Sftafflrock COR TWELFTH ZANE THOM tM RANii Has weathered all storms financially and otherwiseii I John E BrowneJII- otl me c ooe o os Lr f J kt11NTUOKY IRISH AMERICAN ImU000D000R- DSHflOILEFORD MILLER Candidate for RoEloctlon F i JuDGEIJefferson Circuit Court i Chancery Branch 1 First Division to Action of tho Democratic Party IISUbJOC I1ID alIm11i1 IIRE U MBER JOHN RKELLYCANDIDATE FOR UEGISLATTJREFIFTY Composed of Eleventh Twelfth WaPds sub1ect to the notion of the Dsmoopatio Party At the Sign of the Bull Dog 14 4 j j r 3 fJ UA fv T Wv t Humler Nolan FINEesJ CIGARSit I111U LOUlSVILbLE r r r li j RUSHS EXCHANGEP- AT RUSH Prop Wines Liquors Beers and Cigars IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC First class lunch and a large glass of cool beer for the workingman 1OOO W Oak Street ii f l Mitt E19 7 3Itt19 ItftRIMMIt3 B IiftIIM Hot Soup end Warm LURch Both Day and Night mat Cains Sa1 onJJ ELEVENTH and ROWAN ITS Fine Wines and Liquors Cigars and Tobacco telephone aO7efA- t I E IFtt1961984A643t1N1Mi1MilllMt f9619 MllNET 1961 4 1 4jtt CRITERION CLUBS DANCE On St Patricks night next Tuesday the Criterion Club will give their fourth private dance of the season which will be precededl an impromptu entertainment consisting solely of musical selections The club rooms have been decorated iu white green and red the green of course predominating Robert Heuglin Chair man of the committee having the matter in hand Is more than elated over the appearance of the club rooms and feels satisfied that all attending will be the recipients of a very enjoyable evening LANGUAGE OP COMPLIMENT The common courtesies of inter course among people are always of et for they disclose a great interII aatlve character and cultivation Rarely are these carried to so high a point ofI Y iMMMt MampiiK the ladies of Quito 6- i A late American Minister to Ecuador gives this specimen of a message sent bone Y lady of that city to anotherIIGo she says to her servant to the Senqra Soandso and tell her that she is my heart and the dear little friend of mY soul tell her that I am dying for not having seen her and ask her why she does not come to see me Tell her that I have been waiting for her for more than a week and that I send her my beat respects and considerations and ask her how she is and how her husband is and how tier children are and whether thy are aU well in the family Aad tell her that she is my little love and ask her if she will be kind enough to send me that pattern which she promised me the other day It is proposed to found a Celtic chair in the pew Liverpool University There is ItverpooJI a n r c t E urt t Harlem Club Mammoth Cave w m mISONSjI1 mm- w I ANDmm Wholesale Liquor Dealers w m m 131=133 West Main Street LOUISVILLE KY m MI m mOld Silas BJohnson m r 2 2 aJIiI iI JIiIJI p1 O i iI oil o I LEGEND 0F ST It PATRIGK 1 I 1 Seven weary years in bondage thb young Saint Patrick passd Till the sudden hope came to him to break his bonds at last On the Antrim hills reposing with the North star overhead As tbe grey dawn was disclosing trust in God he said My sheep will find a shepherd and my Master find a slave But my mother has no outer bops but me this side the grave Then girding close his mantle arid grasping fast his wand lie sought the open ocean through the byways of the land The berries from the hedges on his solitary way And the cresses from the waters were his only food by day The cold stone was his pillow an4 the hard heath was his bed Till looking from Benbulben be saw the sea outspread r lIe saw that ancient ocean unfathomed and unbound That breaks on Erins beaches with so sorrowful a sound There lay a ship at Sligo bound up the Median sea God save you master mariner will you give berth to me I have no gold to pay thee but Christ will pay thee yet Loud laughed that foolish mariner Nay nay he might forgell i Forget oh not a favor done tothc humblest one Of all his human kindred can scape th Eternal Son f spreadtIris voice no more was heeded than the seabirds overhead And as the vision faded the ship against the sky On the brink rocks the Captive prayed to God to let hint die But God whose ear Is open to catch the sparrows fall At the sobbing of his servant crowned along the waters all The billows rose in wonder jjnd smojc tthe churlish crew ir Arid aroTind the ship thVthunfler like battlearrows flew f rft gj The screaming sea fowls cldngpr in Klshcorrans inner caves Was hushed before the anger of the tempesttrodden waves Like an eaglehunted gannet the ship drove backamain To where the Christian captive sat in solitude and pain Come in they cried oh Christian we need your company For it was sure your angry God that met us out at sea Then smiled the gentle heavens and doffed their sable veil Then sunk to rest the breakers and died away the gale So sitting by the Pilot the happy captive kept I On his rosary a reckning while the seamen sung or slept Before the winds propitious past Achill south by Ara Thegood ship gilding left behind HiarConnacht like an arrow From the southern brow of Erin they shoot the shore of Gaul And in holy Tours Saint Patrick findeth freedom friends and all In holy Tours he findeth home and altars friend and all There matins hail the morning sweet bells to vespers call Theres no lord to make him tremble no Magician to endure Nor need he to dissemble in the pious streets of ToursjBut ever as he rises with the mornings early light And still erstwhile he sleepeth when the North star shines at night When he sees the angry ocean by the tyrant tempest trod i J He murmurs in devotion Fear nothingI Trust to GodlJThomas DArcy McGee FINAL VOWS i i i r FIvo Young Ladles Have Be f fcome Sisters of the Do I minican Order Five estimable young ladies on last t i madeiThese vows were made in the chapel at St Catherines the mother house of the sisterhood in this province Rev Father Hogarty of Lebanon Ky was the offi dating clergyman and a number of residents of Louisville and cities and towns I adjacent thereto were present to witness the solemn ceremonies The young I ladies who took these vows were Miss Catherine Fitzpatrick of Louis mills daughter of Policeman James Fitz patrick one of the oldest policemen in the citys service and a sister of Mm M J Burke She will henceforward be known as Sister Mary James Miss Catherine Hennessy of Lowell Mass who has taken the name of Sister Mary Basil Miss Annie Raddy of Lowell Mass who will be known as Sister Mary An thony Miss Mabel Nixon of New Orleans who fa now Sister Clotilda Choeve Shields of Canada who is now Sister Doslphea These young women who have given up the pleasures of theworld to denote themselves tothe cause of religion spent eighteen months in the novitiate before e taking the final vows Their choice of a vocation therefore was not hastyone and It was emixwitly fitting that they showW be rMMivad into the Dominican u THE LATE JOHN C RAIDY Sisterhood on March 7 the feast day of St Clement a Dominican friar and one of the great doctors of the Catholic church The rest of the lives of these young women will be spent in educating children in leeching them the mysteries of our holy religion in leading them to follow the devotion of the holy rosary They have given up father mother brothers sisters lad dear friends to de vote themselves to God It should be considered a blessing to any family to have at least pae of its members with a desire to devote his or her life to the service of God Moreover this family should consider Itself doubly bleaeed when one of its meathere enterst the Do miakan order whose oortteratbtMt maybe said to be tbe hoty rotary oJL tI 1 n tlN BETTER PLACE Jack Shea Lost Nothing by Being Removed From Office John H Shea who was removed from the office of Secretary of the Board of Public Safety has lost nothing by reason of the change He was given an equally good place at once by the Whallen brothers There wereno charges against Mr Shea His only offending was that he was too close to the Whallens He never denied his connection with the Whallen interests Mr Shea is one of the brightest young Democrats in Louis vile He was for many years connected with the Louisville Nashville before going into city politics and his record is good He will no doubt be benefited by reason of severing his connection with city politics though his friends are dillI pleased at his removal All the memoIi bers of the Board of Safety testify to his good capacity and efficiency Whil retired from politics in a sense Mr She is likely to take a hand in the political game in the near future GOOD FOR JOHN John L Sullivan a popular Irish American of the East End has been promised a place as deputy under W L Weller Jr in the event of the latter election as Clerk of the Jefferson Circuit Court Mr Sullivan has been employed In the office of E L Hill car accountant of the Louisville Nashville Railroad Company during the put fifteen years and 1is in every sense a competent clerk He will undoubtedly add strength to Mr Welltrs candidacy a rkHOUSEKEEPERS ATTENTION I IF YOU GO TO THE LOUISVILLE PACKING COO tt RETAIL MARKET 362 SECOND STREET You can always find the best tho market affords In Choice Outs of Beef Spring Lamb Pork Cured Meats and Dressod Poultry of all kinds Also the BEST AND PUREST LARD In the city They also carry EARLY FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Jri fact everything that a firstclass market should have All meats sold are inspected by the United Government Inspectors tho only market that has that advantage oamaeoorsoooooeaoaaoAQOdoer omeod ome omacmdG- 1El ilOL10t30oL1OOCt7ODOD0E1tJ0000t100OC0DO CEIt7L10OBtt no coca ca- gg FlE1lE1IIE1HEI =no C II MIKE J BURKE QF1 tats n no CII- Ica gill 00CANDIDATE FOR HEEL- ECTIONLEGISLATURE nn ca- IiIiI II odt03Q no IJIcI oaFIFTIETH DISTRICT TENTH WARDoaCtl vv on4YourSupport is Respectfully Solicited 111111 icJ it9- ou Subject to the Action ofthoDemocratio Partycuti atoondcacacactJctJcacacacacacacacacagacacacacactJctJ m cacacaClil I M HEBBMANN r J BERRNNI II HERRMANN DISTILLERS OF FINE BRO5 I WHISKIES PrYof Nelsor1II ECAIVJDIUCAJDIS SOUR 2VIA8U Both Telephones 1948 234236 Sixth Street LOUISVILLE KY Welcome Irish Americans St Patricks Day and Every Other Day i Largest and Bost Lunch in the City STRUCKS CAFE9 i HOME PHONE C733 N W Corner Second and Green Streets dl tEzAi 6iE6 6iE ic aC 6i 6LfY II l44Gz64aifdiE Floe Counter Lunch == + Hot Soup a Specialty CHAS REISINC IIFine Wines Liquors Cigars and Tobacco f I 1201 W Market St LOUISVILLE KY lJlr3i99 v9 9r6r7f T9 jt 7l93lNli GORMANS WINNING PAIR John Gorman proprietor of the Race Course Exchange at Fourth and P streets JohnaEvans and Steve Toomey two popular Limerick young men as cashiers at his place Mr Gorman is fortunate in securing their services as John and Steve will be a credit to themselves as well as their employer and in the language of that neighborhood they are a pair of thoroughbreds hard to beats LIVE IN THE PRESENT Dont take the mishaps and disap pointtnents of life too seriously Leaf to begin life anew and endeavor to make the best of it by daily doing your part well nail cheerfully Do nut lose the present ini vain porplexltlea nd worn 1Ii merits about the future If we try to make today as beautiful as we know how tomorrow will take care of itself Remember that it is the present that makes the future and therefore the present time is the time above all others that is most secure richest and best Speaking of the greatness of the present Carlyle says The present holds in it both the whole past and the whole future Schopenhauer tells us that the present is the only reality and the only certalntyAnd Goethe beautifully says The present moment Is a potent divinity Then let us endeavor to employ the present so profitably and so beautifully that there will be no need of fears for the future The Gael for March is both unique and l akowetlrefigurel iil SNilTTITCKY IRIH AMI3iIZICAlOT ST PATRICKS DAY Will Bo Right Royalty Cole brated by Local Irlsh- Americans lloliglous Services Will Bo hold In all the Catholic Churches Grand Ball Under Auspices of Hibernians at Lieder kraiiz Hull JEPFBRSONYILLE WILL CELEBRATE Another St Patricks day Is at hand and the Kentucky Irish American bids one and alllithe very top o1 the morning Next to Christmas there is prob ably no greater day to Irish men and Irish women the world over than March 17 St Patricks day It matters not whether they are Irish by birth or REV FATHER WALSH Will Preach the Sermon at St Patricks Church March 17 descent one and all honors the day set apart by the Catholic church as the feast of St Patrick the Apostle of Ireland To them there is something sacred about the day and at the same it is essentially a day of rejoicing He is a poor Irishman indeed who is ashamed to wear his bit of green on St Patricks day But the question may be asked Why do Irishmen rejoice and show their good humor on the feast day of a saint of our holy mother church It is because they are proud to be members of the church proud that they are descended from an cestors who received the light of faith from St Patrick proud of Ireland her glories and her ruins And whether it be in Ireland in America in Canada or in the Argentine Republic whether Jt be dung the Boers of South Africa or in the far distant Philippines on Tuesday there will be Irish men and women who wear their green thank God that they are Irish and celebrate in song and story the old land from whence they sprang Our own immortal Thomas Davis wrote How fierce the look these exiles wear Whore wont to be so gay The treasured wrongs of fifty years Are in their hearts today The treaty broken ere the ink Wherewith twas writ could dry Their plundered homes their ruined shrines Their womens parting cry Their priesthood hunted down like wolves Their country overthrown Each looks as if revenge for all Were staked on him alone On St Patricks day these fierce looks are cast aside not because they have for gotten their wrongs but because they rejoice and are glad that they have been granted the light of the true faith And who will dare rob them of their right to rejoice Who will find fault with them if they sing and dance and applaud stories of the Emerald Isle Hes all a knave or half a slaver Who sligbs his country thus But a true man like you man Will fill his glass with us As to the locall celebration of the day it can be said that it will be fittingly ob P J WELSH Music Director for Hibernian Ball served socially and religiously On Tuesday morning at 030 oclock St Patricks church will be crowded with Ions and daughters of the Emerald Isle The Very Rev Father Cronin the pastor of St4 Patricks church will officiate at iolemn high mass The Right Rev BUbop McCJoskey and about twenty five prieaU will occupy seats ia the sanct uary The sera on on Si Patrick will be preached by Her Father Patrick 0 JOSEPH PRYOR He Aspires to the Judgeship of the Criminal Branch of the Circuit Court Walsh pastor of the Church of the Sacred Heart An excellent musical programme has been arranged- At 730 oclock Tuesday evening it Is expected that St Louis Bertrand church will be crowded to hear the Rev Father Michael A McFeely O P who will preach the panegyric of St Patrick for the Dominicans The main social celebration will beheld under the auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians at Liederkran hail Of course dancing will be the principal feature of the evening and while there will be enough modern dances to satisfy the young people there will be reels jigs hornpipes etc for the entertainment of the older genera tions The committee having this affair in charge is made up as follows Mike Tynan John J Sullivan Patrick J Welsh Joseph P McGinn and Patrick T SullivanThe committee will be made up as follows Lieut Tom Fitzgibbons Francis Maher John T Keaney Con Ford Will Burns Ed Mackey Tom Callahan and Joe Hanrahim Tickets will be fifty cents ladies ac companied by gentlemen will be admitted free It is expected to make this enter tainment a high class affair in every respect IrishAmericans of the old school like Messrs Pat Bannon William Chawk John and Matt Brennan Barney Campbell John McAteer Jeremiah Kava nagh John P Kelly Michael Barry William Ansbro Pat Kenealey John Ryan Joseph Nevin Dennis Meagher Patrick Cody and others are expected to be in attendance If they do not care to dance they can spend a few pleasant hours talking about old times and the land far off across the sea Let every Irishman in Louisville turn out that night and make the Hibernian ball a social as well as financial success In our sister city of Jeffersonville the Hibernians are preparing to celebrate with a dramatic and literary entertainment The Hibernian Dramatic Society will produce Erin Go Bragh an Irish romantic comedy drama Moreover good vaudeville specialties will be pro duced by the best amateurs of Jefferson ville New Albany and Louisville It is expected that many of our Louisville Hibernians will cross the river that night and attend the dramatic performance before going to the ball on this side Among the other social functions will be a dance at Phoenix Hill under the auspices of the Golden Rod Club an organization of young IrishAmericans and a dance at the New Athletic Club under the auspices of the Nonpareil Club another organization of young Irish Americans ARCHBISHOP IRELAND The Associated Press Rome dispatches say the situation with regard to the appointment of Archbishop Irelandas Cardinal is unchanged Personages of high authority at the Vatican say that his nomination is likely in two con tingencies as a reward when the Philippine question is satisfactorily solved or in the event of his nomination being asked for directly or indirectly by the supreme authority of the United States Regarding the views of the Apostolic Delegate at Washington as to the wisdom of such an appointment the Vatican has always instructed the Apostolic Delegates to keep in touch with the trend of public opinion Ever since Cardinal Satolli was at Washington the Vatican understood that President Cleve land would view with satisfaction the nomination of Archbishop Ireland OOiNO ABROAD Martin Joyce proprietor of the popular cafe at 1105 West Main street Is still doing business at the old stand Sincelie came to Louisville he has made three trips home to Ireland and IP now con mauqfriendsjourney HAS NEW PLACE Ben M Droppelman well known and popular in GermanAmerican circles has become associated with the old ab- lhed house of WilHamSpring rSoH dealers la all kind of mineral waters sea iaa hurtling salawuan arid wil- ldoubtlee largely tau we4hebwiarn rswiET Miss Roberta Buchanan is visiting friends in Kansas City Miss Jennie Smith arrived last week from Bardstown to visit friends in this city Miss Martha Posten is enjoying an ex tended visit with friends at Elizabeth town Mrs Kouwenbergh has returned from New Haven where she visited Mrs Ella Johnson Miss Mary Field of Crescent Hill has been spending a week with relatives at Springfield Miss Ollie Coomes of Bardstown has been spending the past ten days with friends in this city I Miss Alma McDermott entertained her club Tuesday morning at her handsome home in the Highlands Mrs W W Ball after spending a week with friends in this city has returned to her home at New Haven Miss Julia McManaman who has been spending ten days in New York City iisJ expected home tomorrow Miss Mary Mulligan who has bee visiting relatives in Cincinnati has r turned to her home in Portland Miss Mary Glenn of Frankfort who was the guest of her aunt Mrs Edwardl J Parker has returned to her home Mrs Dooley of Brandenburg who hasI been visiting her daughter Mrs J W Sullivan at her home in Parkland hasI returned home James Conners a well known resident of Madison spent Sunday in Jefferson ville visiting his sister Mrs J Simpson Mrs Howard Warder was the hostess for the Jeffersonville Cecilian Circle at its weekly meeting last Tuesday evening Miss Lydd Christ a pretty visitor from Covington was the guest of the Misses Maguire in South Louisville last Sunday Mrs Mary Pierce and daughter Lottie and little Miss Emily Harned of Bards town have been the guests of Miss Will Crawford Mrs Harriet Ashton of Flemingsburg was here this week to visit her son Charlton H Ashton with the Trumbo Company Mrs M Devereux and daughter Miss Annie and Miss Katherine Woodward of Winchester arrived last week to visit Louisville friends Mrs John Hayes and daughter Miss Agnes Hayes are in Washington ona- visit to Miss Angela Hayes who is at tending school there Misses Margaret Peak and Margaret Halstead popular Bardstown girls arrived here Saturday to be the guests of Miss nleanorSimpson Miss Effie Hoffman of Crescent HUlI left Saturday for a visit of several weeks at Newport where she has a large number of friends and admirers John Farrell who for some time has- been unable to leave his home in Portland on account of typhoid fever has entirely recovered and is out once more Mrs Will Norton of Fifth street willI leave today for a brief visit to Nazareth Academy where her daughter Miss Margaret is finishing her education itlnglfriday for her home in Frankfort accom paulett by her slater Miss Eva Cummins Mrs Wf Doaohue who has been serfI duly ill with the grip at her home 3i41I Tidal avenue fa reported much better an4 her speedy recovery fis BOW looked j for I We are pleated to auaotmet that Mfa J o- a 0iYm Ii SUBSCRIBEm ill r u g NOW FOR THE m iu m W m Wm m KENTUCKYIRISH w m Ii- m Wm w- ii AMERICAN m m w- ro u- hl w- m Brightest and Best Weekly Newspaper Ii 2 in the Southwest Only one dollar per year W it rJ tJIo tJI tJIfEtJIo re II Z C C C FRANK A LENZ i f Hs Friers Want Him Elected to the State Senate Frank A Menne who has been ill with typhoid fever is now out of danger an d her speedy recovery looked for by hel- friends JThe many friends of Harry J Bowlin g are congratulating him on the arrival of a Griffithnchildeare doing well John J Maloney has returned home e after a six weeks successful buslnes trip to New Orleans Baton Rouge Nat chez Mobile Little Rock Memphis and other cities in the South James Mooney who fell some weeks ago and sustained serious injuries tha t have confined him to his home in the West End is improving steadily and wit1 soon be able to be out 0 again 1t Dennis Sullivan is the happiest man at West Baden He is the father of a bouncing baby girlj The mother who was Miss Nora Crawford is well known in Louisville Both papa and mamma are receiving a great many congratulation- on the arrival of the baby A unique observance of St Patrick day will occur at Paducah The Cbarit Club of that city will give a shamrpcl tea with Miss Emma Reed at the Palmer House Besides being a charming hostess Miss Reed is one of the most attractiv and accomplished ladies in that section of Kentucky and this celebration in honor of Irelands patron saint will be one long to be remembered FALSE MEASURE Will Not He Tolerated by inspector of Weights wxd Measures Frank DwgaM Prank Dugan the Inspector of Weights and Measures is making a determined fight against dishonest peddlers Many of them are using measures with false bottoms Mr Dugan is making a strenu ous effort to examine all these measures If after being warned the offenders Jail to obey the law they will be arrested on ordinance warrants A penalty of not lees than 10 nor more than 100 is pro vided for each offender Mr Dugan Is doing his duty and should have the sup port of the lawabiding people Any persons knowing of violations should reportthem HELP THE CHILD North and South East and West the movement against childlabor gaining strength iswinning practical results in prohibitive legislation The employers of childlabor have made a fierce fight have shielded themselves behind many adroit pretenses For example could any plea be more satisfying to a pocket book conscience than the proud de fense of the suployere that they let the children work to r cue them from the evil infliiMHMB+ oT had hom8jlland of the Wt yteknwJ 0tta Ittto witch thatwere I i 1 r l rl ALLLj aIN THESE THREE LOTS 5 750 10 All our mens and youths fancy Sack Suits in win ter goods andall our andkUlstersnow in these 750eand io Sale for eight days only Ends Satur day night March 21 LEVY BROSTH- IRD AND MARKET falling through the negligence and igno rance of their parents Probably the time will never be when sonic worthy people with dividends at stake can be convinced that two wrongs do not make a right and that he who does evil is none the less despicable be cause he does it that good may come The entrenchments of frank wrongdoers have never delayed the army of progress more than a few brief moments All the long battles rage about the fortresses where wrong fights under the banner of right And there has progress experienced all its defeats and disasters WORKING ON RITUAL Grand Secretary George Lautz leaves tomorrow morning for Carrollton sad with Rev Father Ahmann will revise the new ritual prepared for the Young Mens Institute A meeting of the Supreme officers will take place at Cincinnati next Tuesday when the work of the Kentucky jurisdiction will be submitted It U quite probable that the ritual just prepared will i be adopted for the entire country Michael Flahertys funeralllwill take i place Saturday morning from the Cathedral i I He died Thursday moralng at hla- home II otj Bullitt street I 1 7 HOME PHONE 3189 CUMBERLAND PHONE 3454A JAMES GREENE FUR11ITURE CH PETS STOVES and RANCES BACONS OLD STAND 425429 E Market St LOUISVILLE KY IIIDDIIIBlI M J GATHOF BROS LARGE STOCK HIGH GRADEIDRY GOODS HATS MENS I LADIES SUITS FURNISHINGS CLOAKS GOODS Eighth and Market 816 W Market JOUISVI L IDLY If 16 U IIJOHNHDFETTER Ladies Shirt Waists to Order Ladies Shirt Waist Patterns 338 Fourth Ave LOUISVILLE KY Li IG e m 2m m ASK FOR THE OEkEBRRT D SPRINC BANK WILD CHERRY PHOSPHATE s s A SURE CURE FOR INDICESTION s THE MOST DELIGHTFUL SWEET DRINK BOTTLED B mg BB ifafafcfrflVilV atttal tlEa s IrRA1z- 4I TK I LEVEROITESBETWEEN ROTS FIFTHtlOi t t 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receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HOME TELEPHONE 1050 261 West Jefferson Street 682 Fourth Avenue Crand Opening and Floral Display Monday March 23 erarwwarwerwew tU1IDJIDIBDBDunllDunlDlunBDUU DAVID WELSH PLUMBERe I Seventh Street Near Walnut Louisville LTELEPHONB 2034 niIi1iOti1i1i1i tIilFiFtitTcii Air7 jggggfrgg ijggass eggg1 i I HENRY HUNOLD 1 IXTH AND WALNUT A 1 Fancy Grocery and Saloon HIBERNIANS AND THEIR FRIENDS WILL BKOEIVE A i CORDIAL RECEPTION ST PATRICKS DAY AND NIGHT r PPp A flaaorI Ladies and Gents Wearing ApparelA- LL WORK GUARANTEED 528 FIFTH STRBBT Phone 2635 LOUISVILLE KY esveM ewvwflWWWWen ltrd + L+ ltlttk4KXttKeftynmW rd tl d MH S IMC J PROPRIETOR LLII i SEVENTH AVE HOTEL 224 SEVENTH ST BET MAIN AND MARKET I Old Stoat I taialiwf Whiifyi1 Wo a DriOktChik Will CigariB Totem CALL AND SKTHETWOLIQGEDOOQ TELEPHONE 3T84 1k1ili1i1iliunn li1iUnnnUftlin1inuli1iUfi1iQi1ift1i LOOK OUT FOR THEM Unscrupulous Men Are Mis representing the A- OofH Tuesday evening it was reported at the meeting of Division 1 Ancient Order of Hibernians that a couple of unscrupu lous men were canvassing our leading business houses tor advertisements al leging they were authorized to do so by prominent members of that order and others not members They even went so a far as to state where they would have the printing done but investigation shows that nothing whatever is known of them or their work by members of the firm whose name was used The Hibernians of Louisville are not interested in any advertising schemes whatever and the use of their name was wholly unwar ranted After some discusrfoa the matter wasI J referred to the State and county officers who will take steps to punish the offend MB if they have secured moneys through fraudulent representations It tow also t i beer teemed tliatat MMM pteaM the j VK 1 statement was made that the privilege had been purchased from the Hibernians The fact is the only printing matter the local Hibernians are interested in is the tickets for their ball which takes place at Liederkranz Hall on St Patricks night These have been out for some time but none are on sale anywhere The public should beware of all un known parties seeking advertisments in the name of our Catholic organizations and churches Only bonafide and well known citizens will be asked to do such work and to such proper credentials willI be given The Kentucky Irish American has heretofore called attention to the game worked by the class referred to which is generally about Easter time KEYER A CANDIDATE Joseph M Keyer who iis an avowed candidate for the Democratic nomination for Clerk of the Jefferson Circuit Courtt is making an active canvass Mr Keyer- is a popular young Irish Amerlcan and has lots of friends During his service as Magistrate he has shown himself to be able just and intelligent If elected to the office to which he aspires be would undoubtedly acquit himself admirably l Moreover be hen associated with him a number of young own who would prove eomptUat d llU 7- i =uH y yg y u1KNTUGKY IRISHI I H AMERI6ANPRINTINGI1 G0 = IIsnow Fully Equipped to do All Kinds of Job Printing in tileIi 31LatestStyle Give Us a Trial OrderIe ITickets Dodgers Invitations Note Heads II kill Heads Programs Envelopes Etc I- CI Home Phone J4G I = 326 W GREEN STREET = lHmlHH JJmH illnlllt JIrmmlli mmJtHHIIMMIt a I w 11 P ar j JAMES T SHEr14EY IA WILLIAM B OCONNELL Should Be the Nominee For Clerk of the Court of Appeals William B OConnell the candidate for Clerk of the Court of Appeals is making a great fight and is confident that he will be the Democratic nominee for this important office Mr OConnell is a young man a capable mau and has had twenty years of experience as deputy clerk and clerk in the various courts of Kentucky His home is at Mt Sterling where he is highly esteemed In fact the Democrats of Eastern and Central Kentucky are for him almost to a man More than all this Mr OConnell is an IrishAmerican and proud of it During thepast 100 years only one IrishAmerican has been on the Democratic State ticket and that was the Hon J W Bryan a candidate for Lieutenant Governor in 1884 It is time now for the Democrats i of Kentucky if they want IrishAmerican votes to put an IrishAmerican on the f ticket and if they want to put the right man there let them take William B OCon ell OUR ADVERTISERS I I Deserve Your Support and Your Good Work Among I Friends One word for our advertisers patronize them Every person firm or corporation who has an advertisement in the Ken tucky Irish American is deserving of support Whys Because a special effort has always been mode by the owners and publishers of this paper to solicit advertising from none but reliable people If you see an advertisement in this paper bear it in mind and when you or your friends need anything in that line seek lout the patrons of the Kentucky Irish American Remember that you help yourself by helping those who help you nd your friends DO NOT FORGET IT The IrishAmerican Society will holdl its regular meeting at Hibernian Hall next Thursday night A full attendance is requested aa business of importance is to be transacted TO PICNiC AT FERN GROVE Trinity Council Y MI is preparing with its usual enterprise to hold itst annual outing at Peru Grove on July 4 The grounds hUveboea secured sad the boats chartered Whet it comes te hustling President Tom Garvy kusually found iu advance of the majority t7 r EUROPEAN TRIP To Be Taken by Two Popular Louisville People In April t F B Horstman thepopular grocer at Fifth and Green streets has made all preparations for a trip to Europe Mrs Horstman will accompany him Mr and Mrs Horstman will leave Louis ville during the last week of April and will sail for Bremen on the elegant steamer Kaiser Wilhelm II on April28 The Kaiser Wilhelm will at that time make her initial trip from the United States to European waters Of course Mr Horatnians tour will include a visit to his native town Laer in the province of Hanover Germany His parents and several brothers and sisters still reside there This will be Mr Horstmans first visit to his native land in eighteen years He has collected much interesting and useful information concerning Louisville the State Of Ken tucky and the United States in general He will go well enough posted on our civil end religious institutions to let the people of his native land know that Louisville Is by no manna in the back woods but is an uptodate progressive city The tour of Mr and Mrs Horst man will also include Visits to Berlin Frankfort on the Main Paris various points of interest in Switzerland and possibly a week in Rowe though this Ealroute home he may spead a fewdays London and it would never Ao for him 9to return without bringing a bunch of shamrocks from Ireland for his Irish American friends Mr Horstman by strict attention to business hoe not only built up a profit able business b1thM kmamd a corn petency and he desires to enjoy part of it while he is still young All of their many friend wi h Mr incl Mrs Horst man a pleasant jonriM abroad and a late return M f 1 t r 1 PROSPERITY Sits Well Upon James T Shelley a Rising Young Man James T Shelley is one of Louisvilles rising young business men He is also an IrishAmerican that it is a pleasure to know Twenty years ago he began his business career as an errand boy for the Todd Donigan Iron Company on Main street Three years later he was promoted to stockkeeper and so well did he acquit himself that a few years later he was made city salesman a posltio- which he held for seven years Later accepted a position as traveling salesma- for an Eastern business house but disliked the road He was then given a position with the Hart Hardware Company and took charge of their city trade He has been with that firm three years and now that the Messrs Hart are about to retire from business Mr Shelley has accepted a position with Robinson Bros wholesale hardware dealers a well known and popular firm Mr Shelley is as much delighted with his new place as his employers are delighted with him Upon leaving Mr Harts employ he was given a handsome present The many friends of Mr Shelley wish him every success in life He isa prominent member of Mackin Council Y M Ii and also an active member of St Cecilias congregation PRIEST MARSHAL Freak CuttaittgliBtn an Aide Ilu the St Patricks Day Parade lit St Louis Rev William L Shea of St Kevin 3 church has been selected as Grand Marshal for the St Patricks day parade i St Louis Not only among his own parishioners but throughout the city Father Shea is very popular and h selection to take charge of the great Jparade has met with general Frank G Cunningham formerly of city has been appointed an aide to Grand Marshal Archbishop Kain rill review the 0acession from his residence and Gpv Dockery and party Mayor Wells and t city officials and other guests will revie it from the Lindell Hotel The proces lion will consist of three divisions tthe Hibernia 8 constituting the first GOOD FOR NEWPORT Lafayette Council Young Mens Inatl4 tute of Newport Ky Ie booming Io dally and financially It isI out of tIa largest coMtMite ia to State outside of u U Jo ll 1111111111111111111 CALL AND GET YOUR Confirmation Photographs I ONLY S200 FROM PER DOZEN I J D McDANIEL IIJEFFERSON Bring this advertisement with you and secure a dozen firstclass Pictures for only 200 This offer is made only to children who are to be confirmed this year 1111I1I1i11I1I1IfiJ lfoflolfofIlo Ifo Ifo iIff IfoCso tC tC C mibPRINaER SONS N iH J WACNER Proprietorit I MINERAL i Itt 230 THIRD E h s Groceries All kinds i i lf 3E1 + Goods I w I JI WATERSTTELEPHONE i FRESH DriedJ BEEF Tongue I Stall No 1Ir Kentucky leinuti1iUnti1i1i1i FINE LIQUORS AL WINES 345 rM I J gI26II OLDHAM ST TELEPHONEMOOJlI Dr its pres ent is a and of the the is due to his l the KY 12 The pot is to boil here and- n every day an of from out in thee The of the of as to the of is and A town last J and Miss of the were the tiest and most has been the of Miss in this city the of iis one of the and best It be used in of an ounce toa of water and a little open dis I n fr J JOHN el KEANES EXCHANGE Choice Wines Liquors Cigars and Tobacco Always on Hand 13O4 W MAIN STREET Louisville Joseph Reardon President hustler much enthusiasm among members effor- tsFRANKFORT BUDGET Politics Marriage and Visitors Are Engrossing Time FRANKFORT March political beginning nearly brings influx Democratic politicians State decision Court Appeals eligibility Governor Beckham anxiously awaited IbMiss Maggie Hayden John GeorgetheMonday Humphrey- of Georgetown Mary Hayden sister bride attend antshe pretewcharming girls Pewee Valley attractive guest Pattie Graham during past week- Permanganate simplest dlsdnfectantskHown should proportion pint placed inan vessel thoroughly iufeetaa rogre t I IfoIfoff 1D14 potash BEAUTIFUL GROUP Will Soon Be Unveiled In the Church of the Sacred Heart A beautiful crucifixion group imported from Paris will be unveiled at the Church of the Sared Heart on Passion Sunday March 29 The group consists of the Blessed Mother of Jesus St John the beloved apostle and St Mao Magdalen The group is an excellent work of art and will add to the beauties ofan already beautiful church It is a memorial gift from a lady of the congregation Rev Father P M J Rock will preach the sermon on this occasion Lausberg Si Macke the altar builders are making the pedestal and will have the figures in position at an early date It will be gratifying to many to learn that the Sacred Heart church may be consecrated within the next two years PRIMARY DATE CHANGED The date for the Democratic primary to select nominees for city county leg lative and judicial candidates has been changed from April 7 to May 20 The change was deemed wise by the party leaders and all good Democrats acqtdase interfereLwithheld oo May 9 r q a vVtTifsr p AMERIOAN JEWISHPEOPLEHold siounl and Business Life of Louisville Does a Bond of Affinity Exist IAmerlcan8I Havo Shown for Years They As SelfGoufldont and Self Supporting ARE GENEROUS AND CHAR1TABL A strong bond of affinity seems to exist between the people of the Irish race and those of the Jewish ace the world over Nowhere probably in this country is this more noticeable than right here in Louisville and wherever you find a Jew successful inbusiness you willi find that he has an Irishman either associated with him in business or as a trusted employe In fact many businessmen of Jewish faith in this city have scores of Irish and Irish Awenicau eu ployes Why is this Is it because both races have been persecuted for their devotion to their God or is it because they have the same high ideals of woman The Irishman has an exalted idea of the purity of woman He provides for his wife as he does for himself But it must be confessed that in this respect the Jew surpasses him Ills wife comes first No matter what happens she is provided foi When a Jew dies there are no collections no raffles to support the bereaved widow and family The Jews are essentially selfsupporting selfconfident race and they have shown for thousands of year and are showing at the present day that their selfconfidence is not misplaced They have goods to sell and they sell them at the best possible price Why shouldnt they That is the privilege of h every man and yet not a day passes that you do not hear the Jews reviled as ia race of pawnbrokers and moneylenders maybe worse Perhaps the man who re viles them today will put his watch in soak tomorrow and at that soak it with 1 JewThe JewishAmericans of this city are charitable people They dont scatte money on the street crossings perhaps but no well deserved charity was eve brought to the attention of one of our Jews which did not bring forth a materia response As business men as students as educators in the world of art am letters in the law in medicine In surgery the Jew of Louisville has few equals and no superiors Take a glance at some of the Jew who are in the manufacturing or mer cantile business here and think if yoi can name their superiors in integrity am general intelligence Think of He- nrJKaufman Ben Straus Bernhard Bern helm I W Bernheim the Byck Bros David Hirsch Herman Straus Samue Grabfelder Nathan Uri Henry Levi Mose Levi Abe Levi M J Streng William Thalheimer Samuel Hilpp Simon Shapinsky Nathan Block Ed Hesse Meyer Hilpp Lee Lovenhart Manuel Weinctock Sam Ullman Josepl- B Washer Charles Weinstock Simon Dreifus Vic Lorch Alfred Flarsheim Sam Lorch Miss Fannie Levy Charles Goldsmith Sam Weiss Julius and Lee Wolff Jacob Blum Lee Cohn Emi Tachau Henry and William Pleischaker Joe and Sam Sabel Leopold Mendel Abe Laub Kahn Bros Milton M and Julius Barkhouse Eli Mayer Morris S Bronner Ira Bretzfelder Joe Grauman Jule Steinau Sam Frank Joe Tepper Dick Bakrow Henry Bakrow Emanue l Bakrow Sol Lazarus Bernhard Hess Simon Shulhafer C J Rosenham Charles Rosenheim Jacob Judah Maci Straus Louis Straus Dan Coblens and Henry Coblens Take the local Jews in art and music Edward Klauber Henry Klaaber Sol Marcosson Mrs Carrie Rothschild Sapiuskv Mrs Jacob Soliuger and Edward Joseph Iu medicine and surgery you will find Jews who stand preeminent Among them are Dr I W Bloom Dr Isaac Lederman Dr Simon Flcxner Director of the Rockefeller Pathological Institute in New York City Dr Jacob Flexner Dr Simon Felsenthal Dr Grauman Dr Herbert Bronner Dr Blitz and Dr Co Co Godshaw- In local educational circles who stands higher than Prof Harry Gideon Prof Abraham Plexner Miss Bertha Flexuer Miss Fannie Gross Miss Lillie Grauman and a host of others who are conducting private schools or who are teaching in the public schools Who stands higher in the legal line than Aaron Kohn There is not a day that Mr Kohn is not reviled in public or private and why Because he is in every sense a lawyer and a man who goes hit full length for his client No one questions his ability no one doubts his integ city As a criminal lawyer he has no superior at the Louisville bar And there are other members of the bar among our Jewish population who have attained enviable reputations Among them are David Hyman D A Sicht Morris Sachs Alfred Seligmau lien F Washer Larry Leopold Joseph Selig man Simon Saplnsky Jacob Solinger Nathan Kahn Arthur B Bensinger Emil Stinfeld Norton Goldsmith and y othersyIn the journalistic line wherecaa you find a more genial popular hustling smiling fellow than Ike MarcoMon of the Times If Ike ever rotated anybody it wino certainly untateiittouaU If he has a a Mmy in the world it would take a 0hsr7ogkHolmea to find him He haa M Many friends among the Catholic clergy ae he haa among the newspaper twstt and when lie tells you that Father t II SCENE FROM MARY MAGDALA COMING TO THE AUDITORIUM White or Rather Raffo or the Right Rev Abbot Obrecht is a deligbtf chap it is with as much respect for their calling as if one of our own kind were to say lie is a zealous and faithful priest Mr Marcossou is a glutton for work and his work is always well don But besides Mr Marcosson Louisville has turned out other men of the Hebre race who have distinguished themselves in the journalistic field among them Ike Dinkelspiel of New York Milton Bret ner of the Covington Post one of the brightest men that ever wielded pen or pencil in Louisville M Leroy Stadeke of the Cincinnati Post Washington Flex ner one of the publishers of the Louis yule Herald In the theatrical line Marc Klaw of Louisville has made himself famous while Charles Hertzman Eddie Ploh and Adolph Klauber are climbing the ladder every day in their respective branchesIn matter of religion there was no more earnest no more scholarly man iin Louisville than the late lamented Adolp Moses He was a friend to the poor and distressed and a foe to vice of every description No one could pass an bout iiu conversation with him without being benefited His successor at the Tempi Adas Israel is another learned sincere and scholarly gentleman So also are Rabbis Solinger and Ignatz Muller and young Rabbi Adolph Moses now in Me bile Alfred Godshaw is another citize of Louisville who is studying for tbe Hebrew ministry and who will soon complete his course No brighter boy eves attended the Louisville Male High School than Rabbi Abe Gideon who has just returned after a course of eight yeas study in Europe In athletics we have Barney Dreyfus Dr Max Lillienthal Bernard Block Sam Cerf Milton Washer Dolph Wile now of Lexington Louis Wolff Bertrat Bernheim and Palmer Bernheim All of these are good upright intelligent gentlemen and gentlemen of public spirit The Jews want a pound for a pound and a quart for a quart in matters of business but in social affairs they are liberal generous to a fault Although there are not nearly as many Jews in Louisville as there are Irishmen still the Jews pay a large portion of the taxes and are libeu when it comes to public enterprises Several years ago perhaps it was eight years ago a young Jew began his caree as a news gatherer on the Commercial He was energetic intelligent qulck wil- Led and in every sense gentlemanly He was the only Jew on the paper at that time and soon endeared himself to ever member of the staff Christmas time rolled around and on Christmas eve the various editors and reporters came iin with their packages of Christmas gift For friends and relatives The Jew alone was without his bundle of gifts He took in the spirit that appeared to prevail but said nothing for a time Finally his good Fellowship got the better of him and he sought the ear of an IrishAmerica reporter with whom he was particularly hummy and said Say Im lonesome You fellows have somebody to give some thinK to I have a father and mother end sisters but we dont believe III hristmas Yet Id feel better if I coup nake somebody happy tomorrow Hov an I do it It did not take long for that Irish American reporter to find a member of the St Vincent de Paul Society whi ecommended a family on Bullitt street vhere the father was out of work and he mother ill and five children helpless Lad hungry It took less time for Loui Dinkelspiel the Jew reporter to dig town in his pocket and produce ten dollars as a Christmas gift for this poo amily There was not a happier man in the Commercial office on that Christma morning than Louis Dinkelspiel and hold no one of what he had done Every Christmas thereafter Louis hunted up some poor family and made its members happy He died about one year ago when he appeared to be on the highroad to success in the business world but to the end whenever the orphans the Little Sisters of the Poor or St Vincent do Paul Society was mentioned Lout Mnkelspiel would say Count me in for what you think I ought to give Maybe rest in peace BEFORE YOU MARRY Of one thing young men may be sure and that is that the young men win make the best sons and brothers will alSo make the best husbands And young met may be equally sure that those girls wbi are the best daughters and sisters wil also as a rule be the beat wives Ifa young man before he is married is des tltuteof those affections and principles which come out la filial obedience cour tesyand controlling sense of duty hi wl11 be equally destitute of them after hi isi married The mere fact of wedlock wl11 set change the fundamental priori of his nature He will be essentially the same human being after marriage or at lleast after the honeymoon that he was before it The same principles 1old true with regard to wonieu She wl1 is selfish and vain and idfe and da J o 0- t ceitful as a girl will be pretty apt to be the curse of the man who marries her ST PATRICKS HOME Ohl Ireland Dear St Patricks home Loved island of the west Thy rockbound coast has stood the storm Prom the broad Atlantics breast Today in every foreign land Thy praises loud are sung By thy children who have not forgot The isle from whence they sprung The angry waves in grandeur roll Upon thy emerald shore And lash thy cliffs with briny foam Andloud and deafuiug roar But not in anger on St Patricks day They roll upon thy strand They are only bearing back the love Of thy children from every land FINHGAN PEACE IN IRELAND Very Pleasing Outlook for Future of the Emer ald Isle The Kentucky Irish American hopes to be able to record on or before next St Patricks day that practical home rule has been restored to Ireland The settlement of the land question which is now going on will in the opinion of Irish patriots bring about peace among land lords and tenants Irishmen at home and abroad are pleased at the outlook for the future of Ireland Peace will not be restored in a day after the centuries of persecution but that a better understand- Ing will be arrived at is beyond question Irishmen can point with pride to the fact that the concessions granted by the English Government have been brought about by peaceful means rather than by revolution and anarchy No nation has suffered so much from tyranny as the Irish This oppression has been borne with rare fortitude Any other nation would have been wiped from the face of the earth under similar laws Home rule will come in due time but because the land question is practically settled is no reason why the Irish should cease their efforts for home rule The English people do not hate the Irish but their Ministers have shown a lack of knowl edge and a disregard for the rights of Ireland for centuries Ireland with home rule and an abatement of unjust taxation will be one of the most pros perous countries in Europe- BUCKINGHAM Rice and Bartons Rose Hill English molly Company will be the attraction at the Buckingham Theater next week The I FRANKIE HAINFS performance will open with a comic bur lellaIITbe Baby Trust to The closing burlesque will be The Slippery Life Insurance Company Between the two there will bean olio of star vaudeville performers This company will play all week with the usual matinee- sMACAULIYSI Those old yet ever new comedians Rogers Brothers will come to Macauleys Theater next week with their new bur lesque Rogers Brothers in Harvard In the second act the campus at Harvard on class day is presented The old trees and quaint old dormitories shown In the great stage pictures will immediately appeal to remembrance of every Harvard student or visitor Only two perform antes will be given one on Tuesday and one on Wednesday evening As usual the comedy lines are bright and the music sparkling and catchy The seats are now on sale Foxy Grandpa will occupy the boards at Macauleya Thurs day Friday and Saturday with a Satur day matinee The Kentucky mines and operators failed to reach an agreement atthe joint cottfftrattc Thursday at Padtteah They will meet thain Louisville on March 24 orG n HUSTLERS Now Albany Hibernians Ar Preparing to Give a Pair In May t Committee of Energetic Gentlemen Are to Charge of the Arrangements IL Ladies of Ilbly Trinity Parish Have Bon Asked to Co Qperatc II GREAT SUGGESTS ALREADY ASSURE Ji The members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in New Albany have arranges to hold a Hibernian fair at Holy Trinit school ball corner East Seventh and Market streets Monday May 4 to continue one week The committee in charg of the fair is made up as follows Jame OHara Chairman William F Matthews Secretary John F McBarron Treasurer P W Kennedy John K Lannan Jame Flynn M C Thornton John J Egan M C Welsh John Hanafin John F Goulding John Callaghan John J Morgan R J Fleming and Thomas Mc GuireThis committee has not perfected Its plans but has them well under way There is every indication that the fair will be a complete success Many new and novell features are to be secured and all who attend arC assured in advanc that they will be well entertained The committee has decided to spare neither time trouble nor expense to make the affair one of the most enjoyable event ever gotten up in New Albany Night will be set apart for the various societies of New Albany and one night will be devoted to members of the Ancient Orde of Hibernians of Louisville and Jeffersou ville Division of New Albany is one of the most prosperous branches of the order in Indiana It has a membership of nearl 200 and during the past year expender about 2000 in sick and death benefits This alone ought to convince the skeptical that the division is built on a solid Foundation and that its affairs are being managed according to sound busines principles Too much can not be said of the zeal and integrity of the officers In building up such a large division The officers who were elected last December ire R J Fleming County President William H OConnor County Vie President Charles Skelly County Secretary William Tighe County Treasurer The division officers for the ensuing wo years are Dan Walsh President Thomas McQulre Vice President John P Goulding Recording Secretary James 3Hara Financial Secretary John Mc Sarron Treasurer The committee in charge of the arrangements for the fair have arranged or a special meeting of Division 1 foi omorrow afternoon after vespers Tin neetiug will be held in Trinity Hall The ladies of the congregation have beet invited to meet the members of the com uittee It is a well know fact that tins ladles of this parish are hustlers and If hey come to the assistance of the Hi ernians success will be assured When the fair is opened our New Ubany brethren may rest assured that the Hibernians of Louisville will lend heir aid toward making the enterprise a success both socially and financially POPULAR BUSINESS MAN Christopher Hart whose advertisement ppears in another column in this issue- sIsi a fine specimen of the true Irish American He is always loyal to the land of his ancestors Mr Hart is a young man of kindly nature and generous mpulses and always has the open hand of generosity extended to every worthy ause Though quiet and retiring in manner he has a host of warm friends who will at all times go their full length for Chris FAVORABLE PROGRESS Arrangements for the approaching celebration of the golden jubilee of the Very Rev Father Lawrence Bax are progressing swimmingly The members of tbe- St Vincent de Paul Society from all over the city will attend the celebration in a body on April 14 All of the committees sported that they pad their work well inl- 1811d IN NEW QUARTERS Genial Too Cleary has removed his lace of bwiiMM to 309 First street from blai former quartern ou First near the- river Ton Cleary ja a good man for iibeniian to ltepudJee when going to and from a jvt to frtenda ovr Uw ri noses r2 tJ W lW itfe lfei atiia3fe fe Jfe THE LOUI- SVILLEftIOME E IEWLri l TELEPllONECOMPANYJ IIINOORPORAT DESINGLE METALIC LINES IUNLIMITED ts SERVICE II II LONG DISTANCE ill 1117 CONNECTIONS IITHEINDIANA AND KENTUCKY II REASONABLE RATES BASED ON A CONVERSATION OF 5 MINUTES I OVER 5SOO SUBSCRIBERS IN SERVICE iiiOFFICES AND EXCHANGE II 627629 FIFTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE KY fflW9k QGWtWQQ QQ M GGW KAMENNE FACTORYiiNATIONAL CANDY COlMPANYII MANUFACTURERS OF EfVOLE BRAND CONFECTIONS i WENZEL AND MAIN STREETS LOUISVILLE KY 1 a osmmemmo 4H 4 so oooommoooomoooommoms 1 ammmmomoammm o osmoomoooo MACAULEYS Tuesday and Wednesday Nights NIT OP TILE SEASON I ROGERSR BROS IN HHARVARD Seats now on sale HOPKINS TEMPLE THEATER MATINEES 210 EVENINGS BIO Mr and Mrs Mark Murphy In their latest sketch The Seventh Son THE SMEDLEY SKETCH CLUB- In the one act comedy drama entitled The Little Mother James F Dolan and Ida Ledharr in Mr Dolans original farce A High Tonen Burglar Smith and Puller musical novelty Fields and Ward comedians and parodists Fred V Bowers tenor Miller and Kreko rag time swells ant Vernon the ventriloqual star BUCKINGHAM WEEK COUUEWCmS SUNDAY UABU J tlaeM Snndtyi Monday Wednesday Bttnrdk RICE AND BARTONS ROSf Hill fENGLISH FOLLY COMPANYY A special doublelength car load of scenery and effects Comedians with modern methods Catchy music CHANGED MEETING NIGHTS Mackin Council Y M I held a well attended meeting this week and decided by unanimous vote to change the meeting nights from Tuesday to Monday during the Lenten season The change was made in order to give the members a chance to attend the Lenten services IB their respective churches Nearly every member of the council attended Line funeral of John Rainy who was for years one of its noel progressive mean bet k Maaars A J GrflM George Law Issa and John Schaefer were reported on- Line lick list u C fII lIlii1 I The Louisville Trust Co1 Fifth and Market Streets ICorBHallthe Largest and Strongest VaultsII XIV THI5 OITV IIPora small price per annum you can rent a box or drawer there t where you can keep all of your valuable papers free from all danger of loss by fire burglars or carelessness The company has a IISAVINCS DEPARTMENT where you can deposit your earnings free from taxes and draw in terest on same and get it when you want it I Make this company the executor of your will and guardian of your children and thus secure a safe and economical management of your estate I g a mmmmmamm JrtistsfltJxpert 1II6uffnleeofPerfcctWork I rrthYiR fClILIClIIn rrate Makers sttoQne4DMIIt LouSYftJLl1 bao7reepin jqI Pel1l11tlllfh ip lorllzllll qM r 1Jt81rilinr 2teyr llr tftndfir if jI4 Ms ToulsyillcXy Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now in our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged ichool building in the South Visitors alw y welcome School open all1 year jjtudeuta can enter at any time RI WRIGHT pre t l G J I ENTUOKY IRISH AMERIOAN ERIN=GO= BRAGHGIVEN UNDER AUSPICES OF THE HiDernian Dramatie Glut OF JEFFERSONVILLE IND Speiths Theatre Tuesday Mar 17 MUSIC BY UNION BAND General Admission 25 Cents EXTRA EXTRA AUDITORIUM cVrlJnTr MRS FISKEIN PAUL HEYSES DRAMA Mary of Magdala Mail orders receive prompt attention Seats now on sale 1 fi t j I St Patrick Ice Cream 1 A Y Our anniversary Brick Cream with number j 17 in center of each brick The number can ti 9behad in green vegetable color if wanted Pistachio flavorff Guaranteed Absolutely P- ureCUSCADENSy BOTH PHONES 518 IrYr79r79r3r3 r r 3i3bi3 v38r TYrr3rs C r3r rr- II DWARDMIT Iil I CORNIA SALOON llC f c STREETSW1 iih ONLY THE BEST BRANDS OF LIQUORS CIGARS HANDLED TRi 3a3 r r79a3r 3r r r3 a r r ais r r r r r1a I IFISHII I I OYSTERS I 159 WEST JEFFERSON ST Both Phones 2863 L MArwr WA DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN m II Dougherty Keenon Im UNDERTAKERS uuuuu1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth f ZEhEiPIE O1qTBi 12O2All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages Furnished for All Occaslo ns D Dougherty Telephone 8992Z V o J FORDDBALEHXN GROCERIES PRODUCE fRfSH MfAlS A D VEGETABLES FINE WINES LIQUORS AND CIGARS N w Cor Twelfth and OakYou will always find a firstclass Roast of Beef from the only Irish Butcher in Louisville Quick delivery 1117 SJMOKE Fresh and Sweet and Something Good Two Best 5 Cent Cigars on the Market MANUFACTURED BY IC OUIasJ HOEOHftIGOQ J Wp1zut l It 8811 tJ f 3 FATHER PHELAN Delivers a Splendid Address at Trinity Council Monday Evening Urges the Young Mon to Organ ization Love Unity anti Patriotism treat Audience Listened to De bate Between Cosgrovo and Coonoy AN INTELLECTUAL ENTERTAINMENT The spacious hall of Trinity Council Young Mens Institute was crowded to its utmost Monday every available seat being taken In fact there was hardly standing room so eager were the friends of the Young Mens Institute to hear the lecture of the Very Rev Father Albert Phelan and the debate that followed between Peter Cosgrove and Eugene Cooney Dr G P Beutel Jr who pre sided as moderator introduced Father Albert in a speech in which he spoke of organization He said the Catholic people of Louisville are at present living in an atmosphere of organization and that the dream of one grand unity of organization is about to be realized He spoke about the good accomplished by the various Catholic organizations of the city and especially the accomplishments of the Young Mens Institute The Very Rev Father Albert in a most able manner spoke about the neces sity of a womans club It would be hard to state what his subject was for he began with organization then unity then love then patriotism He said the secret of love was unity Love is force love is power love is beauty There are two kinds of loveone of dissolution and one of substance peace and happiness One is unselfish it unites society and builds up The other is selfish or pagan love and it has its origin in selfishness Chris tianity is selfsacrifice selfsurrender the iron law Surrender of self is true love The object of pagan love is self gratifica tion and at the cost of injury to others Selfishness becomes the cause of jealousy war dissolution and strife The true measure of love is sacrifice and to find out how much one loves you you must first find how much they are willing to sacrifice for you The characteristic mode of true love is to bring together to blend together one anothers happiness in a unity of souls To love one another well is to prevent an organization from going to pieces Bear ye One anothers burdens My dear young men be true men as we need no apology for being here in America as was it not Catholics who discovered this glorious country And have we ever been behind in patriotism in battle from Bull Run to the present Have not our fore fathers bled and died for this our coun try and for out flag May our watchword be as the motto of Kentucky United we stand devided we fall The debate was won by Edward J Cooney P J Cosgrove of the affirma tive opened with a well prepared scholarly paper He spoke of wealth of the present time and carried his subject into almost prehistoric times and amid cheers from the audience he brought forth point after point with a volley like that of a rapidfire gun He indeed made a good impression on the audience with his easy and unassuming manner But Mr Cooney with his burst of eloquence and with the tact characteristic of a debater removed one by one the many good points of his opponent and won for himself the title he so richly deserves the little Nepoleon the undefeated Nepoleon of debaters While the judges were in session the moderator introduced the committee complimenting them for their work in arranging the entertain ment which was in every respect a grand success President T J Garvey was also introduced He gave way to Father Philip the youngest priest in that noble order the Passionist Fathers In a most eloquent manner he delivered his maiden speech his subject being organization He spoke about the government of the State being a separate organisation It was united by the Government of the organization powerMr James D Kelly announced the de cision also complimenting the debaters on their excellent papers for they were good papers taking into consideration the painful fact that Louisville a city of the first class has noUa free library After a few remarks from Mr Cosgrove who congratulated Mr Cooney the entertainment came to a happy conclusion CATHOLICS IN PARLIAMENT Despite a popular impression to the contrary there are many Catholic peers in the British House of Lords forty one to be exactof whom the most eminent is the religious Duke of Norfolk Four Catholics represent British con stituencies in the House of Commons Lord Edmund Talbot Sir John Austin Fitzalan Hope and T P OConnor the genial Tay Pay editor and critic There are seventytwo Catholic M Ps from Ireland A tobbaconist in a large town not far from Cork had over his shop door as a sign of trade a timber man with a pipe in his mouth A few days ago some soldiers were walking along and who happened to be a bit tipsy and for a joke took down the man and Walked off with him The shopkeeper an old man looked after them and exclaimed Begorra they must be very hard up for recruits To clean velvet rub it down with olive pewJp ad THE ACCIDENT WARDJ Dr Jenkins rushed into the room where Sister Placid head nurse of the Great Western Railway Hospital was looking over the nurses reports There has been a bad wreck on the line and three of the companys men specialinthe yards in the ambulance Have every thing ready Sister V he cried rushing out again toward the operating room With characteristic energy Sister Pla cide directed the preparations of the rooms for the injured men and when the ambulance arrived everything was in readiness One poor fellow was past help the second but slightly injured and the third Joe Moylan the popular engineer of 987 was so badly crushed that Dr Jenkins found it neessaryto amputate both legs I fear he has a very slim chance Sister but well do our best for him The brave fellow might have saved himself by jumping as the fireman did but stuck to his engine and went through the bridge with her Give him your best nurse SisterI will take the case myself she an swered with ready sympathy Dont overwork yourself Sister you know we cant spare you from the head of this establishment But still give him as much of your time as you can he cant last long It was May TheSisters who were off duty and many of the patients who were convalescent attended the simple service of the Little Office every evening in the chapel Two days after the accident Dr Johnson looked into Moylans room Not at chapel Sister I thought II missed your voice- I can not leave my patient doctor- I will sit with aim while you go to service I know you do not like to miss benedictionThanking It the doctor Sister Placide hurried to the chapel slipped quietly into the choir and joined in the Tantum ErgoAfter benediction Sister Gertrude the organist asked Sister Placide to slug her favorite hymn Fading still fading the last beam is shining Ave Maria day declining Safety and innocence fly with the light Temptation and danger walk forth in the night From the fall of the shade till the matin shall shine Shield us from danger and save us from crime Ave Maria Ave Maria Ave Maria audinos The blackrobed nurses bowed their heads reverently and each heart voiced its own especial petitions Even the flowers seemed to bow their heads pray erfully as the sweet voice filled the little chapel Dr Jenkins patient moved his head uneasily rom side to side then opened his eyes Who is singing doctor he asked weaklyThe nuns are having their usual May devotions in the chapel I relieved your nurse that she might go to the benedic tion Ah that dear hymn It brings back my childhood doctor I sang it often when a boy When Sister Placide returned she found her patient sleeping quietly Your hymning soothed him to sleep Sister Poor fellowI Is he always so patientAlways patient and always grateful for every little service Sister asked Joe the next day who sang Fading Still Fading last eveningI Why do you ask Your singing had a more soothing effect on me than the medicine When I am dyingfor I know I will diewilli you sing it for me I will sing it at any time you wish That night Joe growing delirious lived over again the awful scene of the wreck trying with all his might to stop his engine before it struck the bridge Then he was a boy tramping through the woods after blackberries or nuts again he was at school reciting his catechism or an acolyte going over the responses at mesa Then heraved of the May day procession and little Saint Cecilia He grew more and more rest less and Sister Placide at last sent for Dr Jenkins Before he arrivedguided- by an impulse she could not understand she began in her full sweet voice to sing Fading Still Fading At the first lines he quieted growing less restless as the voice swelled through the room As the singer reached the end of the first verse his own weak voice joined faintly in the singing Sister Placide knelt beside the sick man gently stroking his hand aa she sang Ave Maria oh hear when we call Mother of Him who is Savior of all Feeble and foiling we trust in thy might In doubting and darkness thy love be our light Let us sleep on thy breast while the night taper burns And awake in thine arms when the morning returns Dr Jenkins stood at the door an interested listener He is asleep Sister I think he will rest now without an opiate Send some one to watch tonight for you must rest He can not last much longer and you may be needed tomorrow night Did youslug to me last night Sister or did I dream il Yes my child You were delirious for a while and I sang to quiet you I thought I was a boy again that we were having May devotions and Celia Norton was singing Fading Still Fading I love that hymn Sister and I always associate it with Celia little Saint Cecilia we called her She was such an angelic little creature and she sang beautifully Father Varight always had her Itillg that hyson after benediction Sweet Httleteajat Cecilia When 1 WM fowieea sad af was about twelve ur broughtherberries and May apples I remember when I bought my first valentine she showed it to me wondering who could have sent it and I wAs too bashful to let her guess that I had How often I walked out to the Norton home and verydoorabout twenty I determined to become an engineer I decided before going to the city to tell Celia of my love and ask her to wait for me In fancy I rehearsed again and again what I would say to her and how I would plead my cause but when I found myself in her presence my courage failed How well I remember porchIinslight figure outlined against the vine covered pillar Her simple muslin dress was blue as her eyes andas she talked to me as she drew her heavy braid over unplaltingweather the chickens the prospect for fruit and other commonplace matters AE last I blurted out Celia lam going to the city to learn engineering Are you I am so glad Joe for I know you have been wanting to go I am going away too Where I asked I am going to the Ursuline convent for two years aud thenit is a secret Joel am going to be n Sister if our dear Lord will accept me You are going to be an Ursuline U I dont know yet what order I shall join I will decide that later At pres ent it is happiness enough to know that I am to belong entirely to our Lord Will you pray for me Joe I shall say a prayer every day for your success Too dazed to think clearly I left her I had feared a rival but not such a oneI An overpowering sense of my own unworthiness overwhelmed me How had I dared to think such an angel could care for me Before I finished uiy trade my mother died and I have never been back to the old home IIFor about five years Sister I had a run in Texas where there was no church As I had grown indifferent I found that a good excuse for neglecting my rellg ious duties One May having received aleave of absence I went to Dallas in tent on having a good time In passing the Cathedral one lovely evening I heard singing and went in A chorus of chil drens voices were singing the sweet May hymns Snow and Rain Have Van ished and Daily Daily Sing to Mary When a boy I was devoted to Our Lady aud the old love blazed up anew I fell on my knees and promised to receive the sacraments before leaving Dallas I realized how wicked and ungrateful I had been and I resolved to become a practical Catholic again After benediction the children sang my old favorite Fading Still Fading I felt comforted for I knew that our Blessed Mother would intercede with her Divine Son for me I have triedever since to put my faith in daily practice Do you know Sister I often think that my little Saint Ceciliawherever she may behas kept her promise to say a prayer for me every day Dr Jenkins who had come into the room while Joe was talking imagined that he saw a faint tinge of pink creep over Sister Placides serene face and a great joy shining in her blue eyes as she answeredI no doubt of it Joe We nuns always remember in our prayers those of our old friends who are dear to us It is certain that our Blessed Mother has always remembered you Just as the bells were ringing for even ing service he passed away Sister Ger trude kneeling beside the cot held the crucifix in his nerveless fingers as Sister Placide sang the sweet hymn to Our Lady Let us sleep on thy breast while the night taper burns And awake in thine arms when the morn ing returns As her voice died aw yon the last line the soul of Joe Moylan appeared before its Maker The tears which Sister Placide dropped upon the upturned face of the brave engineer were a tribute to the memory of the boy who had brought the first May apples to sweet Celia Norton HOUSEHOLD HINTS Flannels should not be washedwith soda soap but with potash The extra expense incurred is more than repaid by the improved condition of the woolens To blacken tan shoes clean them and rub them over with a strong solution of washing soda When dry give them a coat of ink then polish with ordinary blackingWhen gravy is being made from veal lamb beef or chicken use milk instead of water added to the brown drippings left in the pan after the fat has been poured off The odor of onions may be removed from forks etc by sticking them for a short time in sand or mould The kitchen window box is invaluable for this purpose To whiten the handles of table knives etc make a thick cream of whitiug mixed with alcohol and rub it on briskly with a soft rag Knife handles should never be allowed to go into the waterGrape juice is excellent for removing stains especially if the grapes be rather sour The juice of ripe tomatoes or onions is also good but of course the cloth should be well rinsed immediately afterwardLace be washed It is a very great mistake to keep choice lace for years without washing Many women believe that it is ruined by soap and water and will keep some cherished length for years and years turning yellow with age and rotting with the dust it has accumulated till it really drops to dicesQ t U Office 452 W Jefferson oa APPLIED IRON PITTSBURGH Try our 4th Pool Coal if you want your fires to hold fire over night Screened Lump 25 Lump 100 bus 1400 Anthracite per ton 900 Crushed Coko 50 bus 650 Lump Coke 50 bus 600 PflGif 6091 TELEPHONES 18212006 CHAS CRUSH MANAGER t 1 The Giias oogers BOOK GO 1+ 2 having recently incorporated and added new capital to gf the business are now prepared to furnish all kinds of I BOOKS AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES 1J- JC OF EVERY DESCRIPTION f PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTY I f Headquarters for St Patricks Day Emblem dS g 5bO3b W Jefferson Street X + + p + + + + + + + + + + + + + t + + f + rITGH Taw ZANOS PLX READY ROOFING EASILY NO TOOLS REQUIRED OES NOT RUST LItE STJLN QR bus350Sc- reened 16 60 L MAGAZINES iJiiR4rftlllE BUILDING PAPERSKv TARRED fELTS ASBESTOS Etc Granitoid Walks Cement Floors 140 WEST MAIN STREET i RJiRIU RDU DDJiIUUUqUUUUIU Ij IiI i I i IiI jIIMISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer m Iii = Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice lID MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET 1 = TELEPHONE 810 II DDftDDIIDIftDnUftIWftIJlDDDUDDDIi ItfJiAldAt The Phil Hollenbach Co J 6th and Market Streets Importers and Wine Merchants Distillers of Celebrated FORTUNA Best Whiskies in Kentucky CHAS MCDONALD City Agent0 rBimI alml6J i wv 1jUMtiWWwuLIIWWUaiiiwWllW WIIWttlillltUillWLWWIWUIIWUIII- WUWWAM S A ROSS9 I DEALER IN CHOICE I Groceries Meats Vegetables Lard Teas and Coffees Fine Wines Liquors Cigars Tobaccos N E Cor Eighth and St Catherine GOODS DELIVERED PROMPTLY TO ANY PAT OF THE CITYyrrmmmnmnmmmnmmnmnmmmmmnmYTmmmmW- DHRHftHHHDHDUHRHHHMHR I II MUldoon Monurn6nt 60rnpanuII I OFI GRANITE Monuments Artistic Work Only MMM WOrk opa 114 Studio Cum tall WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET r J yi s I NTUOKY RI8H AlirtcAl GEHER SON Complete Assortment Latest Styles and Best Makes COOKING AND HEXAT- INGSTOVES CAST AND STEEL RANGES 214 Market Street Near Second HI+H 111 + Hl H H H I HI+H IIMHIIHMMHHM1 I HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 BARRV TTJFUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST MALT STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT Fd n1 i i MHHMMIM M MHHIHMM IM MIIHMIo1+ H 1 +1 BNUS s lceiz I aad Elzpert I lWeI W I BtdidfsgMAINMAINKTREBT3 LOUISVILLE IY AcaosattatYoung Business College 61961 813E tAQtbi D06t931 2t3t ti tri3 IIOLDI AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTYII 1 Blue GrassExchange IIi LOUIS WABNITZ CO Props 1 2 LouisOfficiating 339 Fifth Street I MIINI+ ltIi3m iMIMIN tl361sffik29lBB1381ta96tAlsl eM s 1iRrDCOLD STEIN= Ax JOHN REARDONS I GROCERY e SALOON 8 Home Phone 4188 EIGHTH AND OLDHAM nnU1iin cTL c i i1iOliD1innWj i1i1i1iJiiign IRISH SOCiETY DIRECTORY i A o H DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuea day Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan Vice PresidentJohn Riley Recording SecretaryMark Ryan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank street- TreasurerThomas P Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month President Cot J Ford Vice presidentJames Welch Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ran Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Cavanaugh Vice President Thomas Quinn Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial SecretaryWilliam Burns 707 Twentyfirst street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArms Pat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerJohn P Hellos DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President John Kinney President Frank Hogan Vice President Frank Lynch Secretary John G Cole TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern Yr 11MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Frank F Murphy First Vice PresidentLouis W Born traegerSecond Vice PresidentHugh Higgins Recording SecretaryGeorge Simonis Corresponding SecretaryFrank G Adams Financial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia stree- tTreasurerJoseph Steltenpohl Marshal William Shanghnessy Inside SentinelRobert Osborne Outside SentInelPat Connol- lyIEMIIIMZWAx BOCIKTYV iBeta at Hibernian Hall First and Third J Thursday Evenings of Bach Month President Johu J Flvnn Pirsf Vice President Joseph Nevln MinogueRecording Financial Secretary Thomas Walsh Treasurer Thomas Keeaan V SergquratArnssD J Heff nMUtx Sentinel Tim Lyons V 0- rl J D 0 u rrs People For Business Good Employment and Success Jl CALL OK WRITe rOR TOLL INFORMATION 198aLdQt Ea9NPdbIEitifa Illinois G6lltrai 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 and the Southwest NEW HOT SPRINGS LINE viaMEMPHIS Through Sleeper reservations from ChicagJCincinnati Louisville or Now Orleans to Hot Spring- sExcursion Sleepers Through to California From Chicago Cincinnati or Louisville without change and at low rates anyIllinoisW1 McBRIDE City Passenger Ticket Agent Fourth and Market Louisville AH Hanson ChlcngoWm A G P A Louisville MARTIN CUSICK PRESIDED Division Iof the Ancient Order of Hibernians held its regular meeting Tues daynight Martin Cusick presiding in- t1i absence of President Mike Tynan and Edward Clancy filling the Vice Presidents chair The only business of importance was the report concerning the ball to be given by the County Board on St Patricks night Every arrangement for a good time has been completed and another such ball as that given by the IrishAmerican Society last month is looked for State President Keenan and County President Sullivan were present and made short but pointed talks All the members will attend mass next Sun day and make their annual communion Some disappointment was expressed by members over the nonattendance of cer tatty officers who are looked to for important work The next initiation will mot take place till after Easter The practical rough wear gowns of homespun frieze coarse mesh canvas etc are ina large majority of the new models fashionad with the blouse Eton and varied by individuality la the trIw gulag aDdiia the cut of he alssye or collar 0 1 PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS 7f i About Prominent Louisville IrishmenThey Have Done Much Toward Building the City Candidates Who Have AnnouncedII BANNON Patrick Bannon is now the oldest manufacturer in Louisville He com menced business a half century ago and has not let up for a single day during tbat long period Mr Bannon is now eighty years of age but he comes to his office every day and looks after his large business in the manufacture of terra cotta and vitrified brick He has relieved himself of a good deal of the responsibility but he does not overlook anything His business is very extensive and his sons now attend to a great deal of it Mr Banuon bas always taken ia deep interest in Irish movements and has been a liberal contributor to the cause of Ireland His friends hope that he may live to celebrate his hundreth anniversary BYRNE Charley Byrne so long Identified with the Bourbon Stock Yards and more lately with the Central Stock Yards is one of the most successful men in the cattle trade in Kentucky Mr Byrne stands high with the big packers at Chicago and elsewhere and has been the means of bringing large capital to this city It was largely through his influence that the new stockyards com pany was started Mr Byrne believes in the future of Louisville and is very anxious to have a big packing plant es tablished here He may yet succeedas he is full of resources and enterprise JUDGE TONEY IN THE RACE Judge Sterling B Toney the Chesterfield of Louisvilles bench and bar has decided to stand for reelection to the bench in Branch 2 Chancery division of the Jefferson Circuit Court Judge Toney has made an excellent jurist and his opinions are not only sound in law but are models of rhetoric He also knows how to inject humor into his opinions without ever losing sight of the dignity becoming his opinion His long and able service on the bench certainly en titles him to the recognition of the masses he has served so faithfully KEENAN Thomas Keenan who is at the head of one of the leading undertaking establish ments in Louisville always takes a deep interest in Irish affairs He is an en thusiastic worker in the cause of the Hibernians and is never too busy to attend their meetings He is also con nected with other Catholic societies and- a liberal contributor to them Mr Keenan has been very successful in business and has a fine record as a citizen His admin istration of the affairs of the Hibernian has been altogether satisfactory to his associates ODOHERTY Judge Matt ODoherty is probably the most successful attorney in Louisville all things considered He did not have the early advantages of a college training like most of the attorneys who have risen to eminence at the bar here but he had pluck energy and good health He never abused the latter by dissipation and the result is that he is today one of the most vigorous men at the bar and an untiring worker It is said that Judge ODoherty has made over 200000 at his law practice When he undertakes a case it has been his practice to never give up until he wins WHITE Mr Charles White the veteran retired contracting builder has been laid up during most of the winter with rheu matism He is now able to be out how ever and is as sprightly as a man of forty Mr White was Superintendent for architect Whitestone forty years ago and helped to build some of the finest houses in Louisville among others the Galt House He has not done any con tracting work for several years but attends to his private property interests Mr Whites sons Miles and James are connected with the Marcus Daly Mining Company at Butte Mont YOUNG BUT LEARNED IN THE LAW Judge Upton W Muir has formally an nounced his desire to succeed himself on the bench in Branch 3 of the Common Pleas division of the Jefferson Circuit Court Judge Muir is the youngest Judge on the Circuit bench here but is well learned in the law His decisions have been received with favor and his friends believe be should be renominated and elected OHEARN Billy OHearn is one of the most popular members of the Board of Alder men He is also the local manager of the whisky trust here He looks after the large interests of this combination in Louisville and vicinity and does his work well Every week he pays out about 12000 to employes in wages Although connected with the whisky trust Mr OHearn is one of the most temperate men in Louisville seldom if ever indulging in ardent spirits It ia understood he will be renominated for Alderman if he cares to accept the office again He has served his constituents well and la deserving of reelection Mr JHearu Iis still unmarried TAYLOR- At one time Charles Taylor came near being elected Clerk of the Board of Aldermen but he was prevailed upon to withdraw He was then a pressman employed by the Bradley and Gilbert Company Afterward he studied law andill one of the leading members of the Louisville bar It was fortunate for shim that he allowed Oliver Lucas to remain Clerk of the Board of Aldermen Had M accepted the place he would no doubt be working for a few hundred dollars ayear 0 f 0 0 k f- II whereas his law practice now amounts to continuallyIincreasing I I II I ROBERT LGREENEI I Robert L Greene who Iis a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Clerk of the Court of Appeals was born in the county of Gallatin this State and reared i in the county of Bracken He spent a I number of years as Deputy Clerk of the Circuit Courts of Pendleton and Kenton and in 1884 was appointed Deputy Clerk I j IIof the Court of Appeals which position I has held ever since with credit to himself and with satisfaction to the entire bar of the Stateand to the court He has the endorsement of every mem ber of the court now acting and of those Judges who have sat on the bench since he has been in the office Mr Greene has never before offered for any office but once when he offered for this same office in 1896 and was defeated by a very small majority tin the convention He has always been a Democrat giving his allegiance to that party at all times and under all conditions He is known all over the Slate and is known to be faith ful to all his duties He is essentially a clerk and not a politician and if nominated and elected will always be found where he is now found at his post of duty doing the work that his hands find to do In other words if qualifications and patient careful attention to the duties of the office are to count for any thing in the selection of a candidate Mr Greene will meet all the requirements v WANTS TO BE JUDGE Arthur M Wallace one of the most popular lawyers at the Louisville bar de sires the Democratic nomination for Judge of the Criminal division of the Jefferson Circuit Court Mr Wallace served in the Kentucky Legislature from 1887 to 1890 and made a splendid record as a law maker During President Cleve lands second term Mr Wallace was the Assistant District Attorney for the United States Government in Kentucky He is always a genial clever gentleman and would make a most excellent Judge CAMPBELL Barney Campbell the veteran contract ing plasterer who has lived in Louisville for oyer fifty years has been very suc cessful of late in the manufacture of a patent plaster which is sold all over the United States and Canada Mr Camp bells sons are interested with him and their plant is located on the river front near First street During the past year the plant has been greatly enlarged and the business is growing Mr Campbell plastered the Cathedral fifty years ago and has performed ttie largest contracts in Louisville in his line He is one of the most popular Irishmen in the city Mr Campbell claims tobe one of the young ones In recent years he has not told anyone his age WHALLENS- Col John and James Whallen have had the most successful year in the history of the show business in Louis ville Col John Whallen met with a sad affliction in the death of his wife In this bereavement he was the recipient of much heartfelt sympathy from thousands of friends Col Whallen probably has more jfrlends than any man in Louisville in and out of politics He deserves these friends because he is true to those who Ware associated with him Col Jim Whallen is much like his brother It is no wonder that such men are successful and popular in business Their fortune is estimated at half a million dollars No wen in Louisville are more liberal contributors to charity SAMUEL B KIRBYS CANDIDACY County Attorney Sam Kirby aspires to a seat on the bench and has formally announced his candidacy for the Judgeship in Branch 2 Common Pleas division of the Jefferson Circuit Court Mr Kirby has made a capable and industrious offi cial as County Attorney and his friends believe he has earned a promotion He would certainly be as much a credit to the bench as he hashaen to the bar Mr Kirby is a noted student of judicial mat ters and has a thorough knowledge of law He is a candidate subject to the action of the Democratic party McDERMOTT- One of the roost accomplished men at the Louisville bails Edward J McDer= wottHe has beengiven a classical edu theIcesdnl lawyer aad suetlee ofmen HI practice iis constantly increasing ljJ a 0- c OBRIEN IEdward J OBrien the well known ker is one of the leading members of the committee appointed to raise 100000 to make a proper exhibit of Kentuckys products at the coming St Louis Worlds Fair Mr OBrien is enthusiastic in everything he undertakes and it goes without saying that he will do as much toward making the exhibit a success as any man in Kentucky Mr OBrien is one of the foremost men in the Kentucky tobacco trade He has worked his way up and is a selfmade man His career has not only been suc cessful but it has been honorable in every way ROGERS The many friends of Mr Charles Rogers the well known Catholic book seller will be glad to know that he is again on his feet financially and his book business is to be continued Mr Rogers will be associated with Mr McGee and will have ample capital The name of the new corporation is the Charles A Rogers Book Company Mr Rogers has been in the business for over half a century He deserves well of the Catholic public His failure was brought about through no fault of his own The new firm promises to be entirely success ful in every way JUDGE FIELD DESIRES REELECTION Judge Emmet Field is a candidate to succeed himself on the bench in Division 10f the Common Pleas branch of the Jefferson Circuit Curt Judge Field is one of the oldest judges on our bench and has a record to be proud of His decisions have not only been popular but the fact that so few of them have been reversed by the Kentucky Court of Appeals is evidence that he is learned in the law There is little doubt that Judge Field will be returned to the bench as often as he desires to stand for reelection FEATHERSTON Jack Featherston Superintendent of Construction of the Cumberland Telephone and Telegraph Company has been in the business all of his life He began as a messenger boy about thirty years ago and has worked his way up to one of the most responsible places in the gift of the company Mr Featherston enjoys the confidence of his superiors as well as the men who work under him He treats all of his subordinates well and they are loyal to him MDONALD Charles McDonald a popular young man of the West End is receiving con gratulations on his recent promotion He has been in the employ of the Phil Hol lenbach Company during the past two years and has made such rapid progress in gaining a knowledge of the business in all its details that he was recently promoted to the important position 8f city salesman Mr MDonald resides with his brotherinlaw John Coleman on West Chestnut street He is a rising young business man and deserves well of the communityDOHERTY Daniel Doherty distiller and capitalist is one of the most successful business men in Louisville Mr Doherty moved here from Madison Ind and is con nected with several banks the Home Telephone Company and the Kentucky Heating Company Mr Doherty made his fortune through frugality and close attention to business His soninlaw Si Sheerin of Indianapolis is also one of the wealthy men of Indiana CANDIDACY OP JUDGE GORDON Judge Thomas R Gordon is a candi date for the Democratic nomination to succeed himself as Judge of Division 2 of the Common Pleas branch of the Jeffer son Circuit Court Judge Gordon isa lawyer of long experience a deep thinker and an able and fair minded jurist He succeeded Judge Matt ODoherty on the bench when the latter I declined to run and since his elevation to the bench has made an enviable I record as an Impartial and learned judge His friends are hustling to see I that he is renominated and his election will surely follow MURPHY Daniel F Murphy is now serving his twentieth year in the City Assessors office He is recognized as one of the most capable Assessors in the whole country and whenever it comes to reelection he wfns without opposition Mr Murphy bas made it a point to surround himself with capable deputies and the work in his office is well done He is a credit to the city and his Irish fellowcitizens are proud of him MARTIN William J Martin or as his friends familiarly call him Dilly Martin is one of the most popular young IrishAmeri cans in the city He entered the City Engineers office when he was only eighteen years old and on account of his aptness for mathematics and strict attention to duty was rapidly advanced until he became chief calculator for the department In 1S97 when William J Semonin was elected County Assessor Mr Martin was chosen to be oue of his deputies He served with credit to himself and satWac tion to his employer In 1802 he let the CourtHouse to accept his present lucre live position with the Louisville Water Company WQHLGEMUTH Dr George F Wdldgemutb who has charge of the stables track paddocks eti at Churchill Downs under the nrxsrvklon of Secretary and General J Daum Charles J Price has proved a nu CAST ovR VOTEFOR WILLIAM B OCONNELL OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY CANDIDATE FOR AppealsSubject SSISII4e L011CIAy9Morola 16 SThere will be given free with every loaf of MOTHERS BREAD a beautiful lOc painting and drawingbook Ask for it at your grocery Your little bOY i9 MOTHERSBREAD S A Whiteside Blue Label on Every Loaf f f tll tlh ntll t t AVVV iVVV 6 VVVVVVVVV VVVV VV- I JAMES WOLFEighth and Oldham Streets GROCERIES AND PRODUCE F ESH ltEATS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS A t9PI3CIAlrsr Our stock was never before so large and includes everything that promptlydelivered mBtR tt7LCI it t7Fs f L33t43e3t8 SA7tegt4 1 LEVERONES CAFE- DI J LEVERONE Prop I 1510 W Market St Louisville Ky Im J IiMN is fslABl4vt01b1A 3i 861t8tA1 HEBRMAM BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially PEARL OP NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street BROWN LEGHORN EGGS I Five 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 bens 868 eggs 1901 eleven hens and pullets 954 eggs 1902 during very cold weatherJanuary 75 eggs February 61 March 161 April 206 May 181 June 120 PURE BRED BROWN LEGHORN ROOSTER A year old for sale I have one too many and dont want to kill any Come and get one for 100 JACQUES 2422 St Xavier Street most capable and worthy official Much of the success of the Jockey Club in the past four or five years has been due to his careful attention to duty That he has been reengaged by the management- of the New Louisville Jockey Club is a tribute to his faithfulness Under his watchful eye the track grand stand etc will prove more attractive than ever this year JOE HUFFAKER IS POPULAR Joseph M Huffaker is a candidate for the Democratic nomination to succeed himself as Commonwealths Attorney of the Jefferson Circuit Court Although Mr Huffaker has held that Important position for a comparatively short time he has proved a terror to evil doers and has been pronounced the most efficient Commonwealths Attorney Louisville has ever had Thus far he has no opposition for the office nor is be likely to have any Mr Huffaker appears to be the right man in the right place CRONIN Charles J Cronin who was formerly a member of the Council has gone into the real estate business and has been very successful He Las an office on Fourth avenue Formerly he was in thee drug business DOHERTY Since last st Patricks day Deputy Assessor Dan Doherty has become the proud father of a beautiful girl baby which is the delight of the neighborhood at Sixth and St Catherine streets This is the first baby to grace the Doherty household and its parents are of course very proud of it JOE PRYOR ICANDIDATE FOR I Judge Jefferson Circuit Court CRIMINAL DIVISION Subject to Action of the Democratic Party flFINEf TRAINS TO flORIDA FLORIDA LIMITED If CHICAGO AND FLORIDA SPECIAL changefromnati and Louisville to Jacksonville and St Augustine VIA Southern Railway and Queen Crescent Route These trains are the finest and fastest in the South and carry dining cars observation cars drawingroom sleepers com partment cars and club cars For hand somely illustrated literature descriptive of Florida and Cuban resorts folders etc address any agent of the Southern Rail or C C Stewart Trav Pass Agent LexingtonI C H Hungerford Dist Pass Agent Louisville G B Allen Asst Genl SpencerGenI BIG FOUR ROUTE TO IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGOAND AM POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River JJ CITY TICKET OFFICE No 259 Fourth Ave 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Dancing will be a feature of the evening Music furnished by Louisville Military Band 3 I TICKETS 50 CENTS LADIES ACCOMPANIED BY GENTLEMEN FREE 1w I = COMMITTEE OJ3 AJRRANQEJIWUBJIVTSi t = SEE Mike Tynan John J Sullivan P J Welsh Joseph P McGinn Patrick T Sullivan 2= t j7- tililtlitlitlliltlitltlitl11iUtllliltlil1111111ititlIltll IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges In the international hockey match between Ireland and Wales played at Limerick the Irishmen were victorious by seven goals to nothing It is learned on high authority that the Government has practically selected Westport as the Irish station in connec tion with the new mail service between Ireland and Canada John Dillon M P has been ordered by his doctor to take two months abso lute rest from work Following his re turn to Ireland for Sir Gavon Duffys funeral he will proceed to Egypt An enthusiastic meeting in support of the collection for the erection of the national monument on the Grand Parade in Cork to perpetuate the pat riots of 98 48 and 67 was held in CastlemartyrAt Peter Ryan a farmer was committed for trial charged with the murder of Peter Murren his servant by battering in his head on the 13th ult The evidence showed that latterly Ryan had not been in his right senses A royal naval man named John Whelan belonging to Youghal attempted to com mit suicide at his lodgings in Kinsale by cutting his throat with a pocket knife He was brought before a Magistrate and committed to the asylum as a dangerous lunaticNegotiations have been entered into by the tenants on Sir Antony MacDonalds Mayo property for the purchase of their holdings and it is hoped that a sale will be affected The property is situated near Ballaghaderreen and adjoins the Dillon estate The question of the appoinment of President of the Court of Conscience was before the Dublin Corporation when the nomination of Joseph Briscoe by the Lord Mayor was rejected Eventually his Lordship said he would himself discharge the duties of the office Intelligence reached Skibbereen that a young woman named Collins of Barona how was drowned while crossing a river there It appears the river was fordable and she was going to the house of a neigh bor The river was abnormally swollen after the recent rains and she must have missed her footing and got drowned Mrs Elizabeth Sheridan aged sixty six years who resided in the basement of theProbate Court Four Courts and who received serious burns about the body on the 9th ult died at the North Dublin Workhouse Hospital It seems that she was engagedin lighting the fire in her room when she accidentally fell against the grate A young man whose name is supposed to be Farrell residing at Church road was found on the railway line near the North wall Dublin in a frightfully mutilated state having been knocked down and run over by a train The right leg was completely severed and lying across the left one The lower portion of the front of his body was also torn away Much alarm has been caused in Kings town by the character of the new leases which the lords of the soil are about to impose on their tenants The greater part of the land occupied by the beauti ful seaside township is owned by Lords Longford and De Vesci The leases which fall out in May will only be reo hewed on such terms as are regarded as almost confiscatory Following on the resolution adopted by the Limerick corporation for the renam ing of the principal streets of the city Surveyor Peacocke has had the hew plates to be put up ready for some days and the changes in street nomenclature will it is understood be made in due course Georges street the main thor oughfare is to be known asOConnell street Military Path as OConnell avenue and so on when the old order gives place to the new At Limerick Harbor Board the Mayor presiding E J Long suggested that samples of clay from the Shannon district should be sent by the Harbor Engineer for analysis to ascertain if it were suitable for the manufacture of cement He was with a gentleman at Ferrybridge and he stated to him that the clay in this district would make an excellent cement It was agreed after some conversation that the engineer should have analysiaof the clay made thaaderetorm recently passed IAfearfal County Donegal and a fact Jis that the lightning must v r have killed a considerable number of widgeon One man picked up over twenty and others also secured quite a number The birds were unaffected so far as their plumage was concerned but they were quite black in skin and flesh This is the second time within the last few years that the elements in this district have caused great destruction among wild fowl Mary Doherty Derora Letterkenny died on Monday at the age of 105 years She was in full possession of her facul ties to the end was mother of twelve children had numerous grand great grand and several greatgreatgrand children was most regular in her habits temperate never used tobacco in any form had a perfect recollection of the French and English war and of songs about Boney sung in the street She was eighteen years old at the date of the battle of Waterloo Tyredagh House about eight miles from Ennis was destroyed by a disas trous fire during the early hours of Satur day morning nothing but the bare walls being left of what was once one of the old mansions of the County Clare From all the surroundings of the conflagration it is understood that the ire was purely accidental in its origin and the loss it is said has been covered by insurance The present tenant of the house is Martin Corry of Doonane Tulla The fire is believed to have been caused by the de fective condition of one of the flues The place was completely gutted- It is expected in naval circles that when the King visits Ireland the royal yacht will be convoyed by the entire Channel squadron to the command of which Lord Charles Beresford has just been appointed As Lord Charles will not actually assume command until April 17 it may be accepted that the King will not cross to Dublin before that date The King and Lord Charles have been on terms of intimate personal friendship for very many years and there are several reasons why the Sover eign should desire that the distinguished Irishman should be officially associated with the royal visit An inquest was held on Monday at Boulanarrig three miles from Birr on the remains of Norah Dooley aged eightyfour wife of the caretaker and steward of a farm belonging to Mrs Madden Birr and on which they lived From the evidence it appeared that the deceased an enfeebled woman was in the habit of sitting in front of the kitchen fire On Saturday between 1 p m and 2 p m her husband who was working in the adjacent bog on seeing clouds of smoke issuing from the house hurried to it and was nearly suffocated when he entered the kitchen There he found deceased unconscious on the floor with her clothes burning He quenched the fire and did his best to restore her but ineffectually and death shortly after wards supervened Dr Fred W Woods deposed that death was due to shock caused by extensive superficial burns A verdict of accidental death was returned WISHING Do yon wish the world were better Let me tell you what to do Set a watch upon your actions Keep them always straight and true Rid your mind of selfish motives Let your thought be keen and high You can make a little Eden Of the sphere you occupy Do you wish the world were wiser Well suppose you make a start By accumulating wisdom In the scrapbook of your heart Do not waste one page on folly Live to learn and learn to live If you want to give men knowledge You must get it ere yon give Do you wish the world were happy Then remember day by day Just to scatter seeds of kindness As you pass along the way For the pleasures of the many May be ofttimes tracedto one As the hand that plants an acorn Shelters armies from the sun At a certain factory the employer was in the habit of taking on little boys who were not of the required age Learning that a factory inspector was about to pay him a visit he put all tho Small boys into empty barrels and covered the barrels over with cloths The inspector a man much under the medium height arrived and one inquisitive youth peeping from under the cloth sings out Hep into a barrel little fellow or the inspector will catch you II To dean picture frank damp a sponge with a little gin or ai4oirotand rub gently I ave to Addathla coating of gabtuitt 11jju J HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes The new division organized in Hart ford Conn has now nearly one hundred membersAt meeting of the Milwaukee Hibernians 100 was appropriated for the purchase of an Irish and American flag The members of the order in Milwaukee will receive holy communion in a body at the Gesu church tomorrow morningRev Fathers Powers and Maroney were present and made addresses at the recent annual smoker of Division 7 of Trenton N J The regular meeting of the County Board at Montreal adopted and ordered forwardedresolutions congratulating His Holiness the Pope on his jubilee and praying that Almighty God might long spare him as their shepherd The thirtyfirst anniversary of Division 3 of Westfield Mass was celebrated by a banquet Ex Senator William B Ma honey President of the division was toastmaster and addresses were made by prominent Hibernians Dancing fol lowedOne thousand people attended the reception and dance at the City Hall with which Division 6 of Springfield Mass closed its social season It was a very pleasant affair 300 taking part in the grand march led by Councilman and Mrs J P Delaney Division 6 of Holyoke Mass held a carnation party and dance at the Hibernian Hall about 300 attending Frank Madden of Westfield and Miss Alice Moran led the grand march which was formed with ninety couples each couple in the march receiving carnations The sixteenth annual reception and dance of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Chester Pa which always precedes the Lenten season was a very successful and enjoyable social event The Hiber nians and their friends to the number of about 500 attended and danced and chatted away the hours until the dawn ing of the morning- At a recent meeting of Division 1 of Hastings Minn a class of sixteen new members was initiated Addresses were made by State President Regan and Robert Clarke President of the insurance fund The Hastings division is now nearing the hundred mark in member ship and is destined to be one of the strongest and most influential organiza tions in the State The celebration given last Sunday by the Hibernians of Syracuse in honor of the anniversary of Robert Emmet surpassed all expectations The programme was the best ever presented there and many were unable to give admittance to Wieting Opera House National President James Dolan presided and made the opening address The other orators were Rev Patrick Donohue and Hon Timothy Tarsney of Detroit At the last meeting of the Milwaukee division arrangements were decided on for the celebration of St Patricks day On Monday evening March 10 an entertainment will be given at the Gesu auditorium the orators for the occasion being Rev E J Blackwell and John Toohey A number of musical numbers will also be given The following morn ing the members will attend mass at St Patricks church- A large audience cheered the mention of Robert Emmets name at the second anual observance by the Hibernians of Minneapolis An elaborate programme of music and oratory was rendered the principal speakers being Mayor Haynes Rev Fathers Harrington and Danehy and Hon Daniel W Lawler of St Paul The Irish Standard says the affair was carried out in a manner which reflected greatcredit on the popular Irish organi zation under which it washeld WHAT PUZZLED LOUIS Louis Phlllippe was a wit What he especially excelled in was the clinching of an argument such as for instance his final remark on the death of Talleyrand He had paid him a visit the day before When the news of the princes death was brought to him he said Are you sure he is dead Very sure sire was the answeriWhy did not your majesty himself notice yeeterday that he wa- sdyingX did but there is no judging from appearances with Tallyrand and J have been asking myself for the last four awl twenty hours what interest he could possibly have in departing at this par titular moment 0 UUItt1tBtunununuuUDnnnnoul 1 13 iiP1 BANNON MJ BANNON HENRY M WOLTBINO K B BANNON President VicePros 4 Genii Mgr Secretary Treasurer m PPm BANNON SEWER PIPE CO II Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe IiIiSalt Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick t Fire Proofing Flue Pipe Flue Lining Fire Brick II Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire ClayII Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk Brick i a v OFFICE 608512 W JEFFERSON Phone 573 Works 13th Lexington Magnolia Ave bet 9th 10th Phone 2833 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District Passenger Agetttv Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent TralicKAIIAIWII u A i I SAM1 B KIRBY I IFORI I iIi 11l Second DivisionIIJ Jefferson Circuit Court It Subject to the Action of the Democratic Primary 1S- NV 111asllllllJDlllllllllimUilmlmlllBilIlDiiI1S K NrLrLNKYvK1 rI iJ I I P J Cosgroveii 1 FOR THE a Ii LEGISLATURESi 1 1 1 I I46thTJ LEGISLATIVE DISTRICT i I COMPOSED 2nd and 3rd WARDS I Subject to the Action of the Democratic Party I fN1A1A1 111 71N111 NV 9 Bila I I 9 MA6KIN GLYNN Pd t Seventh and Oak IF Market and Family Grocery t t l F Gr066r6PrOflU66M60tS Vegelalites Received Daily l i iFrosn I F lF Bestt Goods at Best Frlces I r Both Phones 1513 Seventh and Oak Sts I I rtotrlrErt q rtrr asn BBa6avt t llrWUWWUWWUWWUWWUWWUWIUlWlI1UWlJlJlJlJlUIlllllllIUIWI W1UU IJII iIt I 3 C- Ij i I l Ij Wines Liquors Cigars etCmm II Hot Lunch Every Morning From 930 to 1230 11 streetJjigI l ENGLAND Robs Ireland of the Nuiuo and Fame of Illustrious Sons I Irishmen Who Are Put Down i School Histories as English Brainy Sons of Erin Who Ifav Attained Fume In War Art and Letters JUST A FEW OF THE VERY MANY It is curious bowinany historians and writers who claim relationship to the AngloSaxon breed whatever that is when writing of persons who have gained emineUce in their various profession- will almost invariably put them down as English Occasionally they cross the border into Scotland but never venture across the water into Ireland One can scarcely pick up a school book dealing with history biography or men of letters unless he finds such names as Swift Steele Burke Goldsmith etc described as Englishmen names which every tyro in letters ought to know are Irish The purpose of this article is to mention th names of a few Irishmen not so well known to the general reader who at tained the highest success in their respective callings but who are generally classed as Englishmen Sir Robert Boyle of whom Addison wrote The excellent Mr Boyle was the person who seems to have been de signed by nature to succeed to the labors and inquiries of that extraordinary genius Bacon By experiments innumerable be- ma great measure filled up those parts andoutlines of science which his predecessors had not sketched out His life was spent in the persult of nature through a great variety of forms and changes in the most rational as well as devout adora thou of its Divine Author It would be impossible to name many persons who have extended their capacities so far as these two in the studies they pursued Sir II Sloan who succeeded Sir Isaac Newton to the Presidency of the Royal1 Society was an Irishman and one of the greatest scientists of his time The founder of the Royal Society was an Irishman by the way Sir Matthew Brouncker Sir Christopher Wrenn the architect of St Pauls Cathedral St Brides church etc was also an Irish man Of him it was said Modern London is his monument Albert Hall one of the most remarkable buildings in the United Kingdom was designed by a distinguished Irish architect Capt Fran cis Fowke as were the beautiful build ings of South Kensington Museum and in this connection mention may be made of St Charles Barry and E M Barry father and son successful architects and John Wolfe Barry another son of Sir Charles a distinguished engineer builder of the great Bermondsey bridge Richard Cantillon the father of politicaleconomy was an Irishman Sir Thomas Deatte and Sir Frederick Morrison eminent architects were of the same nationality Among the famous Irish soldiers who are usually classed as English are Gen Napier the hero of Scinde Sir Henry Lawrence of Lucknow fame Sir John Byrne Skerritt Gen Sir W Ponsonby who fell at Waterloo Gen Sir EdwardI Packenbam and last but by no means least Sir Herbert Stewert whose brill iant career was stopped short by a Sod I danese bullet when he was only thirtyI four years od- In medicine the Irishman has held hsI own with the best Dr Bernard OCon nor born in 1666 while quite a young I man was appointed physician to theI King of Poland Upon his return fromI that country he wrote his history which even to this day is considered the best workon that subject in existence AII curious incident in connection withlj OConnors works may be noticed n l of the most remarkable of them are in the British Museum and in both the 0II has been cut out of the title page ThisJJ was undoubtedly done to destroy theJJ Celtic character of the name When DrJJ OConnor died at the early age of thirty two he was a member of the Royalj Society and of the Royal College of Surgeons of Ireland John Abernathy j another famous physician was of lr1shJJ J parentage so was Dr Walter Moxon At J the present time Dr Norman Moore celebrated as a Celtic scholar as well as a physician is an Irishman Sir Thomas Crawford the head of the English army B medical staff and Sir William McCormac are both Irishmen To mention the many Irishmen who are prominent at the English bar would require too JJuchspace so the mention j of a few will suffice in thepresent sketch i There is no profession in which Irishmen have attained more succesS than that of J law Some of the greatest of modern English lawyers have been natives of Ireland Among them was the late Lord Cairns one of the most distinguished 1 cent Iord Chancellors of England pa great an orator as he was learned ia the law It isnotao well known that the 1 conservative Lord Halsbnry is an Irishman iI or at least of Irish descent a son of 1I Dr Stanley tee Gifford an eminent 11 Irish Journal iIt ldle r w ud1J J 011 Justice Mathew fatherinlaw of Mr John Dillon are also Irish Sir W Francis Napier the famous historian whose History of the Peninsular War is the best of all English military histories and in which the horrors andI fascinations of war are depicted in mas terly fashion is an Irishman So alsoI were Sheridan Knowles Crofton Croker Richard Milliken Dr E V Kennedy Richard Caulfield Edward Dowden J J whnas a mineralogist chemist and geologist- Is almost unrivalled Dr Magma universally considered the greatest scholar of his time and whom his contemporaries did not hesitate to place on a level1 Sior Philip Francis the reputed author of the Letters of Junius were all Irishmen though classed among Englishmen of lettersIn the names of Irishmen who have won fame are legion Thomas Frye was one of the greatest artists of the eight eenth century and is believed to have been the first to paint on porcelain iin England Sir Robert Kerr Porter brother of Jane Porter the novelist was of Irish parentage as were also Campbell and Montgomery the poets James Barry painterswhose six great paintings representing the evolution of happiness are among the sights of London is also an Irishman His Victors at Olympia drew from Can ova the famous sculptor the remark that jbad he known of the work he would have come for a year to study it William Mul ready Daniel Maclise Francis Danby Sir M A Shee Gavin B ONeil James McArdle Williams Linnieus Casey Grp gan and Rogers SkUlen and Forde Butts antePope were all Irish painters who won fame in England John Singleton Copley- R A an American by birth but of pure Irish parentage also won fame as an artist Then there are Nathaniel Hone and his grandsons Camillius and Horace Patrick Hone Luke Sullivan and Charles Jervas all Irish artists though usually credited to England In sculpture few names stand higher than those of John Henry Foley and Pat rick McDowell while Peter Tunerelli Sebastian Gabagan John Carew and D P McCarthy are acknowledged masters These are only a few of many who anesqdescribed EnglishmenJohn in public school histories a a brilliant essayist of the eighteenth century says this of the IrishI It would be the utmost want of candor we think to deny that they are equal to any nation on earth in point of bothI physicaland intellectual capability A liberal government and a high stale ofI mental cultivation would make them the Athenians of the British Empire These words were written more thanII a hundred years ago and now it seems that they are about to be verified It appears that laws favorable to Ireland are soon to be passed which will cause that country to enter upon a new era an eraIwhich perhaps will work au epoch in the 1 historyof the world Ireland will then again become the teacher of nations I Herlong night of labor seems about tend 0 the dawn of peace will soon bathe her mountain tops in glory Let us hope 4 that she will rise cast off her mourning garments and lead the nations of the world onward and upward JAMBS M KBATING WAITING ON YOU f Jurors Would Like to Hoar From Attorney Frank r P Strausst Last week the Kentucky Irish American told the story of Attorney Frank P Strauss Insult to Judge Matt ODohert and to the jurymen who served In Judge r ODoheetys court Thus far Mr Strauss has not apologized to the jurymen he t maligned when fie referred to them as paupers Here are a few more of the gentlemen Lawyer Strauss would have na believe came out of the almshouse to make jurors for Judge ODoherty GeorgZubrodman Marion E Taylor Prince Wells J W Recius R O Henry R H Spald ing W Witherspoon G K Hikes G tIWoaugb Mason Maury John Ooerhoefcr Harry Whitesides James Schemer Bep F Rodgers Henry Kaufman Pierce Bodley John Bohlsen Samuel Castle man W L Henning D C Brenner Richard Backrow P S Campbell C J Boucbe Phillip Gpst John H Brand James G Guthrie W S Caldwell l5d Rommel Andrew Ellison Henry Fry Jr David Lucas A Wohderlich Charles Rosenheim J B Bruuileve T R Smith W C Priest T J Johnson F Wetzel E R Esterle H W Eddlernan J J Norton P McHugh and Oscar Fenley GREAT ORGAN The greatest organ in the world has justbeen installed in the cathedral at Seville It was built byn Spaniard Senor Aguilino Amezua and is of truly gigantic proportions There arc four metal flute stops each sixteen feet long such as no other organ in Europe posse It is also tore only organ which has bass bourdons which give thirtytwo vibrations a second and produce a deeper 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