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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r KENTUCKY IRIH AMERICANULU- ME p j XNO22 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 28 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS IRISH EARTH Encloses the Remains of Scholar and Patriot Sir CharlesC Gavan Dully An Impressive Funeral Cortege Followed tile Remains to Glasuevln Men of the North Paid Honor to One of the Leaders of 48 MANY HOUSES DRAPED IN MOURNING All that is mortal of the late Sir Charles Gavau Duffy scholar poet historian pa triot and statesman has been laid to rest on an Irish green hillside in famed Glas nevin cemetery Dublin The Irish Weekly Independent and Nation in speaking of the obsequies says Impressively sad was the demonstration on Sunday in the streets of Dublin which marked the closing scenes In the earthly career of Gavan Duffy It was no ordi nary occasion and no small motive that could assemble in the capital of Ireland so vast a procession and such immense crowds in the streets and the prevailing t intl the organization and composition of the cortege It was indeed a wonderful and purely spontaneous manifestation of loyalty to the teachings and principles of an eminent Irishman but above and be yond all a truehearted patriot In mag nitude the procession could not be said to compare with some similar demonstra tions held in the city but in character it was worthy of the great Irishman whose dearly beloved memory inspired it The demonstration was not a Dublin one From different parts of the country despite the fact that there were no special train arrangements deputations came with floral offerings and with alsoas a Monaghan adherent of the deceased pa triot expressed itthinking minds to fashion and willing hands to complete a work that Gavan Duffy had set his hearten At 1 oclock the remains were taken r from the Marlboroughstreet church and were mauve ed via Westland row end w Merrlon Square o srp en s freentSt- ephens Green where the procession mustered the scene to the ordinary pe destrian was nothing but a boundless seething mass of people The streets leading to the green were blocked with spectators and no thoroughfare was for a long time the rule About 130 oclock the procession began to assume shape At about 2 oclock a move was made and the solemn strains of the Catholic Boys Brigade Band which headed the procession announced that the last sadjourney was entered on As one watched the cortege wending its way slowly through the city the impression was conveyed to the mind that while it was not wholly representative of the country it was at any rate as representative as time and circumstances would permit and while the numbers that composed it were comparatively small the sentiment that stirred those numbers was the sentiment of the nation on this sorrowful occasion The cortege was not overwhelming in its magnitude indeed it was almost modest in its pro portionsyet there appeared in it men whose very presence sent the mind back to a recollection of that stirring period associated with the deceaseds early en deavors and of those later periods asso oelated with the incidents and labors of a busy life But the funeral procession was but a portion of the demonstration of fidelity to our distinguished countryman The countless multitude of people that spread all over the city and extended from Stephens Green to Glasnevin must be considered as an essential and Im portant part of it The dense masses of people that thronged the line of route and every point of vantage along It swelled the demonstration to proportions beyond the possibility of computation The beautiful fine weather that prevailed from early morning had no doubt a lot to do with the enormous concourse of spectators as it had much to do with making the entire proceedings so won derfully imposing Immense were the assemblages that gathered in Stephens Green in Grafton street and Ju College Green There was scarcely a spare inch of ground in the huge thoroughfare of Westmoreland street and OConnell bridge and when the cortege had passed the Rotunda OConneil street from the Liberators statue to that historic building was ab solutely blocked by a dense congrega tion of men and women and children Tram and vehicular traffic was sus pended and almost every window was filled with interested observers of the pathetic spectacle passing below There was something extremely touching In the entire displaythe solemnity of the multitude its quiet orderly demeanor U its compact vastness the sight of the Boys Brigades of the toilers of the city Of the countrymen and fellow parish ioners of the dead patriot of his immedi ate friends the sweet sad strains of the bands the bannerettes and folded banners bordered with crape the muted drums the plain oak coffin the hearse laden and almorst hidden from view with floral tributes the atmosphere of pro found sorrow that for a time settled eve the cityall iimpressed the mind with sense of reverence and even of awe aII The personnel of the cortege was many ways striking in its significance Four Unionist members of the Corpora tion associated themselves with the last solemn obsequies Every living man in Irelandwho had been prominently as sociated with the 48 movement attended Mr John OLeary sat by the Lord Mayors side in the latters carriage The Church street and the Rathmines Boys Brigades took the leading places in the procession Their presence recalled to mind the words of the illustrious de parted In your children lies the salva tion of your country Teach them and show them by example an attachment to wise patriotic and national principles i After the boys came those who in their several walks of life inculcate and foster those principles in tbe culture of which the illustrious Duffy spent his lifethe Christian Brothers the representatives of the clergy the tradesmen of Dublin the men of Belfast the men of Mona ghan and the hosts of admirers and a few surviving personal friends A spe cial word must be said of the part taken in the proceedings by the Northern con tangents without whom the public funeral would have lost much of its meaning and impressiveness The men of the Northin this case they came from Bel fast from Monaghari from Drogheda and Tyrone have always played a prom inent and noble part in the struggles of this country to regain its nationhood On Sunday they took a very principal part in perpetuating the memory of a national hero they p id their tribute of homage at his grave in a manner worthy of their province and of the land for whose regeneration and advancement he battled so stoutly Along the line of route blinds were drawn in many of the private houses while the funeral was passing and here and there were shown emblems of mourning The front of the head offices of the United Irish League in Upper OCon nell street was draped in black on which was displayed in white letters the follow ing appropriate lines from J Jells In grams Memory of the Dead The dust of some is Irish earth Among their own they rest And the same land that gave them birth Has caught them to her breast A pretty feature in tbe wealth of floial offerings was a beautiful harp conveyed on a special hearse The floral tribute of neat design and exquisite finish was from the Memorial Committee His Grace the Archbishop of Dublin was un able to be present but sent his carriage At the immediate approaches to the emete themeroman wae errg tclyt the procession entered in the best of order the crowd reverently making way to permit a free ingress without anything in the nature of crushing The last sad scenes at Glasnevin were fittingly appro priate with all that had gone before This Gods Acre at Glasnevin is the re pository of the ashes of many of the bravest and most heoric patriots of our country The last resting place of Sir Charles Gavan Duffy ads one more possession to its sacred hallowed treas ures and the capital is all the richer by that little Srotthat green grave in which one most illustrious sons poet patriot and statesman takes his long last sleep GRAND BAZAR Will Bo Given For the Bono fit of St Cecilias Church A big bazar for the benefit of St Cecilias church will be held in St Cecilias school hall beginning on Easter Monday evening and continuing one week or until the following Monday night The proceeds will be used to wipe out any remaining debt on tbe old church and whatever funds remain will be used as a nucleus for a fund for a new churchSeveral meetings of the ladies of the congregation have been held and the following booths have been decided upon Young Ladies Sodality Miss Bridgie Reardon in charge- St Josephs Sodality with Miss Mary Kelly in charge Catholic Knights and Ladies of Amer ica with Mrs Mary Monahan and Michael Hoban in charge Special booth to be presided over by the wives of members of Louisville Coun cil Knights of Columbus- St Vincent de Paul Society with John P Kelly in charge Each of these booths will have a number of capable ladles and gentlemen to assist those in charge The ladies of the Altar Society will have charge of the dining room Besides there will be fishponds and other amusements suitable for children Special features will be introduced each night for the en tertainment of ladies and gentlemen Help make the bazar a success FIFTY YEARS Just fifty years ago today John B Stickler the well known and successful plumber started out to hustle for him self and he and bis friends are celebrat manner1Whileworker he has never failed to do his share toward the advancement of our city Mr Stickler is the father oral large family of which he has every rea son to be proud and besides owns a suffi cient number of houses to give each child one at the proper time He fis identifiedd with several of Our Catholic societies and prominent member of St Charles cotftI gregation OH the quiet he is greatly interested la seeing a Mew church built for that growltig parWi II t dua f n l n ja WALTER P Lt COLN Candidate for Judge Common Plea Court Second Division Jj I 1 BIG MEETING I Of Catholic Laymen and Clergy to Consider General Hall r h rfi Every Family Should Have at Least One Representa tive Present Solicitors Are Meeting With Success and Deserve to Bo Encouraged z A MUCH NEEDED INSTITUTION I A general meeting of all the Catholic clergy and laymen of this city and county I I will be held in St Francis Hall in the basement of the Cathedral tomorrow night to hear the reports of the commit tee that has tbe work of soliciting subscriptions for the proposed general Catho lic hall and gymnasium that it has been concluded to build According to authen tic reports the solicitors are meeting with much encouragement in their work As a sample of what can be done seventeen gentlemen of the Sacred Heart parish last Sunday afternoon subscribed sums amounting to 385 The Sacred Heart too it must be remembered is a corn paratively small parish When all the reports are in it is more than probable that 25000 will have been subscribed as a nucleus for a fund of sufficient size to build the proposed hall Every Catholic man ia Louisville recog nizes the fact that such a ball is an absolute necessity Nay more than that they recognize the fact that Louisville l Catholics should have had such a hall I during the last twentyfive years It can I and will be made not only a credit to the I Catholics of this city and county but financial success aII When these solicitors call on you them with courtesy No one is called II upon to pay a cent until a permanent II organization is formed The matter ofI selecting a suitable site and determining I I the nature of the building remain yet to be acted on Before the matter is finally determined upon reliable business men will be placed at the head of affairs If every one lends a hand there will be no doubt about the ultimate success of the undertakingThe Rev Bishop McCloskey favors the enterprise so also do the vari1I ous priests in the city and countyand nearly every parish has been represented by two or more laymen at each Of the meetings held during the past to months Some difference of opinion may exist as to the proposed site the name of the minormatIIof the vest majority as soon as the bulk of the people have signified by subscrib lagthe amount necessary to make a start Now let the meeting tomorrow night be well attended sad let the matter be fully and freely discussed Messrs Thomas P WajUb Newton G Rogers Harry Vecneman Joseph P McGinn Patrick T Sullivan Dr Frank Clark and a host of others have given the matter e flt tt dgel of time anatteationaad the9a u a- a nI tC- m t1titrJcm x should all be encouradTh Y redoing the work not for gjjSry nor from a financial view but from Christian and public spirit jp WALTER P LINCOLN r Isa Candidate for Judgo of tttr t tMM Cour Walter P Lincoln who has announced his candidacy for Judge of Division 2 of the Common Pleas branch of the Jeffer son Circuit Court is one of the best known IrishAmericans in the city He is also a very able lawyer and a staunch Democrat Mr Lincoln was born and raised in this city and received his educa tion here He is a member of the firm of Lieber Lincoln the oldest law firm in the city despite the fact that Mr Lincoln is still a young man He has acted as special Judge on several occasions and his decisions were always thorougbIthe Democratic party faithfully for years both in and out of season and this is the first time he has ever asked his party to reward him If nominated and elected Mr Lincoln will prove an able Judge and will acquit himself creditably and to the satisfaction of his constituents BIG GALA DAY Being Arranged For Young Men of Cincinnati Newport and Bellevue The councils of Cincinnati Newport and Bellevue are making elaborate are rangements for a central initiation of between fifty and one hundred candidates into the Young Mens Institute The exercises will take place at Cincinnati on inIWalnutIstreet near high mass will be celebrated at St Pauls church andIoccur will be followed by a banquet at 6 oclock reI spond to toasts and a short musical pro gramme will be given A number of excursions will be run on that day and Joseph A Cassidy and the committee delegationfrom FIRST HOLY COMMUNION A class of twenty boys and an equal number of girls will receive their first holy communion at St Johns church Clay and Walnut streets at 730 oclock tomorrow nforhlng The Very Rev I Father flax the beloved pastor has I alwaysIPassion Sunday aHONORS FOR VOINN I Joseph P McGinn Su erne Delegate from Kentucky to the n ttional conven tion of tbeJsttiolic Kale its of America which wiltbe heldthiiy ox at St Louis i was this week notified rf his appoint meat by Supreme Pre+dd at OConnor as ThisGIsgeneralSupremePresidentieletioR Jijj- I j- I8itr I C II J LAND BILL For Ireland Passes Its First Reading in House of Commons i tNl l =Secretary Wyndham Explained the Features of the Measure John Redmond is Sympathetic But NonCommittal on the Subject BRIGHTER DAY DAWNS FOR IRELAND London dispatches contain the im portant news that Secretary Wyndham introduced the Governments long antic ipated Irish land bill in the House of Commons Wednesday afternoon It pro poses a free grant of 60000000 for the purposes of the bill Tenants are to pay 3 per cent interest on loans from the Government Secretary Wyndham said he thought the scheme would not involve 1600000000 but that 760000000 could safely be advanced on Irish land The advances to tenants are limited to 2500 in the congested districts and 5000 elsewhere The bill also provides that untenanted farms and grazing lands shall be sold to neighboring ten ants and that three Commissioners to be known as Estate Commissioners shall supervise the sales The names of the three Commissioners are Michael Finacune Secretary to the Government of Bengal Revenue General and Statistical Department Frederick S Wrench now one of the Irish Land Com missioners and William Bailey one of the Assistant Commissioners on the Irish land question They will be under the control of the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland The bill will become effective on November 12- The keen interest felt in this new legis lation which it is hoped will promote peace and contentment in Ireland was shown by the crowded house The Peers gallery and the distinguished strangers gallery were filled and there has been no such gathering of members of Parliament since the opening of the session In the diplomatic gallery sat United States Secretary Henry White an interested spectator while almost every Peer listened to Wyndhams expo sition of tbe bill From an early hour the stone benches from the House of Commons entrance to the doors of the lobby were packed with impatient Irishmen among whom were many priests Most of these went away without seeing even the inside of the legislative chamber the galleries of which were crowded as has not been the case for many a day Michael Davitt the Father of the Land League cele brated his fiftyseventh birthday by reentering the house for the first time since he ceased to be a member iin order to hear the Chief Secretary for Ireland unfold his plans For the most part the Liberal members sat glum the applause coming from the taUonII fell OH t assembly as lOO1ledlBOd unit rO I 71s the Irish leader rose to speak If he refused to countenance the bill its death and perhaps even the Governments downfall was decreed When the gal leries of the House found him sympa thetic and noncommittal a feeling of relief pervaded all sides What Sir Henry Campbell Bannerman the Liberal leader and the others said had little effectThe passage of the first reading of the bill was followed by a rush to the lobby where ensued scenes that might well make the ghost of Parnell turn in lila grave The tall form of Lord Dudley Lord Lieutenant of Ireland could be seen amidst a crowd of Nationalists who scarcely a year ago would rather have suffered every penalty than associate with the official head of the Irish Government Besides Lord Dudley stood the grizzled little Sir Anthony McDon nell the first National Assistant Irish Secretary He it was who drafted the bill I Horace Plunkett Lord Iveagh Lord Ashbourne and many Unionist members joined the group The Duke of Aber corn the most powerful landlord in Ire land asked to he introduced to John Redmond and a mutual friend brought the Duke to the leader of the Nationalist party with whom the leader of the Irish landlords heartily shook hands and they patched up the peace of Ireland over the House of Commons refreshment bar Earl Dunraven who with John Red mond shares the greatest responsibility for the days procedure slipped out quietly to avoid congratulations He saidIII believe the bill will meet the requirements of all parties It certainly seems as though a new era was dawning on a new Ireland and I think the land lords and tenants with perhaps some slight amendments will be able to agree to the main principles of the bill The Duke of Abercornsaid Todays proceedings are certainly a matter for congratulation I hope that the provis ions of the bill when carefully studied will be carried ontoIt looks as though the ancient hatchet had been buried John Redmond said he was unable to add anything to his utterances in the House but he seemed in a hopeful mood Various members of the party however planWhileexpected by Irishmen either in or out of Parliament it is the best bill that has been introduced for the relief of the sit uation in Ireland It is safe to say that it will be fully and freely discussed by Tories Liberals and Irish Nationalists before it ever becomes alaw If there are any faults to be found in the bill they wilbeheldup oJpnblicliewibe fore many days LAID AT REST Beloved Dominican Nun a Victim of Typhoid Pneumonia Sister Augustine a well beloved nun of the Dominican Order died at St Anthonys Hospital in this city at 630 oclock Wednesday morning She had been ill several weeks as the result of typhoid fever She appeared to be on the road to recovery when pneumonia set in This complication of diseases resulted in her death Sister Augustine was known in the world as Miss Nora Donnelly She was born and raised in Memphis Tenn and entered the Dominican Order from that city fourteen years ago Sister Augustine was a very able teacher and last September was sent to Louisville as one of the teachers at Holy Rosary Academy She died the life of a truly Christian woman and on the feast of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Her remains were taken to St Catherines Convent near Springfield Ky Wednesday even ing and were Interred in the Sisters cemetery there on Thursday morning May she rest in peace DEDICATION Of St Marys Church In Bul iltt County Last Sunday St Marys Catholic church near Hu bersStation Bullitt county was solemnly dedicated by the Right Rev Bishop Mc Closkey last Sunday morning Quite a number of Louisville people attended the solemn ceremonies Following the dedi cation the pastor Rev Father E E Willett celebrated solemn high mass He was assisted by a number bf priests from this city Louisville musicians sang the principal solos during the mass The dedicatory sermon was preached by the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey The church was originally built for another purpose by Mr Huber who recently sold it to the Catholic congregation at Hubers Station 1 GRAND STORE The opening of the new and magnifi cent department store of the Kaufman Straus Company the first three days of this week certainly marked an era in the dry goods business of Louisville The floral display was perhaps the largest ever seen here and great throngs wan dered continuously through the many departments from the opening till the closing hours The great interest want fested by the general public must be in deed gratifying to the Messrs Kaufman Straus who have now a store and stock of goods unsurpassed in the entire Southwest Success to them ia their new and beautiful dry goods palacel UJlJt n QI1 0433 1nto i3 an tI 0 HEARTY WELCOME i Was Given Supreme Secretary OBrien of the Young Mens Institute f He Addressed Dig Meetings of Mackin Satolll and Trinity Councils The Order Docs Not Owoapft Dollar and Is Rapidly cj Growing 3 TALKS ABOUT THE NEW RITUAL James M OBrien Supreme Secretary of the Young Mens Institute was a wel i some visitor to Louisville last Monday and while in this city was the guest of the local councils of the order He was well received by all the councils and was entertained by each of them in turn Ilast Monday night On Monday afternoon he visited the office of the Kentucky Irish American Mr OBriens home is at Roanoke Va To a representative of this paper Mr OBrien said- I have recently visited the councils at Ironton Cincinnati and Reading 0 Lexington and Frankfort Ky and New Albany Ind and now the Louisville councils and I have found the order in good condition Every member appears to be working for its advancement From here I will go to Chicago to work up the three councils there After that I will visit Milwaukee where I expect to organize a new council On my way home I will visit several councils in Pennsyl vania The last named State is working l hard on organization Two new councils have recently been formed and two more are in process of formation The new Ritual Committee which met at Cincinnati on March 17 is of the unan imous opinion that if the Supreme Coun cil will adopt the ritnal which will be submitted that it will more than double the membership especially in the Central West From all the information that we can gather the new ritual we believe will be sublimely beautiful The Ritual Committee is made up as follows Rev Ignatius M Ahmann Carrollton Ky t1asephii keay Cincinnatiandyour humble servant James M OBrien of Roanoke Va Mr OBrien was entertained during the afternoon by various members of the order at the Williard Hotel He was escorted to Mackin Council club house in the evening at 8 oclock by Grand President William Perry Grand Secretary George Lautz and Joseph Piazza Chair man of the Board of Grand Directors On the arrival of the party at the clubxhouse President Frank Murphy called the meeting to order and introduced Supreme Secretary OBrieu In his remarks Mr OBrien stated that it was not necessary to go into the history of the order its management and finances He stated that he had been 7 elected Supreme Secretary of the Young Mens Institute at the Denv convention in 1900 Today said Mr OBrien I believe that the order does not owe one dollar in the United States This is a practical evidence of the loyalty of the members of the order He also stated that while it was a social friendly and fraternal organization it is also a busi ness one and is now on the high road to success He explained several changes that had been made in the management by the Supreme Council He also stated that at the Omaha convention the plans of the Kentucky jurisdiction had been adopted and brought forth applause when he staled that the Kentucky juris diction had inaugurated all the recent progressive movements of the order Mr OBrien also paid a glowing tribute to the work that is being done by the Rev Father I N Ahmann of Carrollton He explained that no time would be lost in preparing the new ritual He also stated that the order was rapidly increasing that new and stable councils were being organized and men tioned the fact that five new councils had been organized during the past six r months Others he said were being formed in Ohio and Pennsylvania In conclusion he complimented Mackin JSCouncil the Grand officers of Kentucky and invited all present to visit the Roa noke Council After Mr OBrien finished Grand Presi dent Perry and Chairman of the Board of Grand Directors Joe Piazza made brief addresses Mr OBrien and the Grand officers then took their departure for Satolli Council where they were received by President Colgan and introduced to the members The speeches there were about the same as at Mackin Council They next visited Trinity Councilwhere they were warmly welcomed Mr OBrien was introduced by President Thomas Garvey and delivered practically the same address as at Mackin and Satolli CouncilsMr enthused the members of the order with the recital of the story of the organization of a council in Dawson In the Yucon Valley At last reports it anr had 272 members in good standing BECKHAM IS ELIGIBLE jubftaut theballotto0- d n rx 0 rk- r K NTUOKY IRISH A RIOAN r KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGRN tIXIXIXIINNIIIIXMX voted to the Moral aad Social Advancement of all Irish Americans i KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS r SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 I 1 Btitered at the Louisville Postofflce as SecoudClass MattorJJ t ttddl etz all Coma alcloBI to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 3Z6 West Green Street I I I fTRADESI ION COUNCIL I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 28 1903 1 r I BY WHAT RIGHT i From an unexpected source+ fcomes the issue as to the Street Cat Companys charter and right to oc which it exer eecopythe streets over cises such arbitrary control barrings out or exacting extortionate toll from other corporations refusing to give the public proper and decent traffic and defying the city That the companys charter expired in 1897 and was not renewed by the Legislature is a matter of 4record By what right has the company existed held on to fran chases and transacted business since then Why has it been allowed to continue for six years after expira tion of charter Whose duty f State county or city officialis itI to see to such mattersIThe issue comes up in an individual 1 suit against the Street Car I Company for damages Judge Matt ODoherty attorney for plantiff alleging that the companys charter I having expired in 1897 it occupies I and obstructs Broadway with its tracks without right and unlaw I fully That Judge ODoherty I raises this point indicates that it is not buncombe nor based on mere 1 theory but is in earnest on u grounds of fact and law and will be pushed to final adjudication 1The years of bullying abuse of t the public by the Street Car Com pany and consequent agitation and discussion have excited general attention I t and the progress of this I suit and developments will be closely watched Such monopolies j however well entrenched must endcc some time and then comes the exposure I which servile officials and I r politicians dread The people 1 when aroused put a stop to abuses c caring nothing for results to those implicated LAND BILL REPORTED The Irish land bill was reported to the House of Commons Wednes day by Secretary Wyndham who devoted nearly two hours to explaining i its provisions and purposes There was no discussion only ex pressions of opinion and without opposition the bill passed to its firstI reading This brings it properly before the House for consideration after it has been printed and re visedIt provides for a Government grant of 60000000 and loans up to 500000000 fixes the price and a terms of sale and rates of interest provides for Government purchase and advancing loans to tenant pur chasers The bill is admittedly imperfect bpt generally recognized as the best under present circum stances The Irish members willI support the bill though they will endeavor to amend and modify some of its provisions especially the price for land in certain sections the rateo f interest 3U per cent r and the lack of provision for evicted and poor tenants without means to procure land after purchase But failing to obtain these concessions a they will not oppose the bill believ rklugit proper and in good faith to accept it allowing time and experience to test its merits and develop its defects and then urging remedial AmendmentsThe members and people are enthusiastic over the bill not that they fully approve its pro- visaians but that it unites the Irish tenantry and landlords with the Government in abolishing landlord ism in Ireland under which the people have been oppressed andl plundered for centuries and to get rid of which they have struggledl and suffered lOmuchtlD It Michael D vUt wbofranklytg 1jn- t 4 4m presses disapproval of the bill as inadequate impracticable and of 1 little real benefit to the mass of Irish tenantry appreciates the con 1 cession by the Government of wha he in 1879 was sent to jail for advocating and congratulates the Irish people that times hay changed in the direction of better ment for them There is throughout Ireland anII entire absence of criticism or any evidence of dissatisfaction TheII Irish leaders are trusted to represent I the people and obtain the bes I possible settlement of the landII question and they urge Irishmet j and the friends of Ireland especially in the United States to retrain from unfavorable comment reflecting upon or questioning the motives or purposes of the Government that there may be no indicaI tion of bad faith or acrimony toI+ mar the consideration of the bill which they propose to discuss in at honorable way in Parliament and hope to secure the best possible system of land tenure for their people To them the matter should be left the IrishAmericans being content to aid encourage and wisl them the fullest success THE MINERS WIN The Commission has reported a the anthracite coal miners case At first reading while the miner are given much but not all they asked there is some expressed dis appointment But when it iis understood the Commission had ni judicial or legislative powers to decide legal issues or to enact of amend laws but simply to investi gate conditions decide question within the law commend what iit deemed right denounce and pro pose remedies for wrongand it all consider the rights of all involved the operators union miners nonunion miners and the public the report so far as it decides recommends or condemns is en tirely favorable to the union miners and an emphatic rebuke to em ployers opposing and seeking tc repress labor While the union is not specifically recognized nor its recognition by operators urged discriminations prohibited and this applies to operators union and nonunion niners alike All are bound by the same regulations hours termsi and wages and this removes the incentive for operators to prefer md insist upon nonunion miners The enforcement of the decisions the adjusting of issues not fully settled and all differences arising ire to be by a Board of Conciliation composed of three representativesi of the miners and three representatives of the operators with the Jnited States District Judge as final arbiter Pending decision here shall be no suspension of vork lockout or strike As the union miners are 75 to 90 per cent of the whole they will name the others representatives and controll all matters in the anthracite regionl till Mardi 31 1906 In the matter of wages a fiat 10 per cent advance is awarded froml November i 1902 which with a contingent advance based on the price of coal reduced hours andt other concessions approximates ully 30 per cent The advance inI vages and reduced hours apply to all employes in the mines Many of the oppressive regulations complained of by the miners are to be liscontinued the modification ofE theta urged upon those having luthority Child labor is con etniiedand the Pennsylvania Ieg liture adviied to amend the law IOU to exclude from the mltall1 =Uc L- Utri o fy under sixteen years also to enact more effective lawsl for the iuspec tion and management of mines to insure the health and safety of enlployes The measurement of coal unde the existing system is continued but a change to satisfactory uni formity is advised and referred to the Board of Conciliation The miners are allowed a check weigh man to supervise and attest weight of coal mined Regularity of pay meat of wages in money is recom mended but this is left to arrangement by operators and miners in each locality as may be deemed bestShylocking is forbidden em ployers to pay directly to the employe the amount of wages duet deducting only indebtedness to the employer and of this an itemized statement must be given Among the recommendations are I The abolition of the coal and iron i police hired and controlled by the operators the regularly constituted peace authorities to be relied upon hereafter strict observance of child labor law stop the sale of liquor tat company stores better housesc for employes cleanliness and sanitation t more schools longer school terms and increased facilities and opportunity for education of childrenThe most important recommen dation is that the State and Federal Governments establish permanent boards for investigating and deciding I controversies between labor 1 and capital that differences may be adjusted without lockouts strike I or disturbance of industries and trade On the whole the report is s full vindication of organized labor andI a victory for the miners of which In due time they will realize the fruition by faithful compliance with its terms and the observance of justice and wisdom The Plumbers Union is both wrong and ridiculous in its attitude concerning the plumbers in the Fire Department The two men received 250 per day They Were members of the union which demanded they receive the scale 350 per day of eight hours The City Council agrees to 350 per day but refuses the hour limit but the union insists Everyone knows that firemen and these plumbers are firemenare not andI can not be limited as to hoursI None of them are constantly at workonly when neededand are paid for every day the year roundI the Plumbers Union if it persists in its demand must lose out theI city will be forced to either ignore union plumbers or abolish the positions in the department and lave the necessary plumbing done jy contract as neededand two union plumbers will be deprived of good and wellpaid jobs iThe silent Turk the everlast ng thorn in the side of Europe is again worrying the diplomats and unless the question is very Carefully handled is ikely to cause var the extent of which no one can see and the results of which aU dread Macedonia and other provinces under Turkish control are restless for promised reforms and on the verge of revolution if not granted soon Russia and Austria1 have served notice on the Sultan that persecutions must cease and better government be given the provinces Other powers look on uncertain what position to take and in case of war which side to join It now looks like Russia Lustria and France against Turkey and her allies whoever they maybe England for the first time inI history is strangely silent having roubles of her own innumerable equiring attention There is a soul of good inI bings evil seems to be verified if- rreports r from London are true The ranting of concessions to Irelandt isi to be followed up by a thoroughI shaking up In all official circles overnment departments army navy and eyen in diplomatic repre entfttives the hereditary nobodies nd roues are to be retired to ciye place to men of character hid able 11 Jr o ttr- ity The persistent efforts of the Irish people the Boer war add iits consequent embarrassment and misfortunes seem to have knocke out the egotism of the Britis rulers and brought them to their senses at last As spring approaches and the holes in the streets float to the top and gutters end back alleys rec k with filth the kicking citizen is heard declaring what ought to 1be done and whet he will do beside paying taxes for street repairs and cleaning at the next election But the summer sun dries up the dampness and by the ides of Novemb the now noisily protesting citizen forgets all shout itand votes tas The new law of the Internatiom Typographical Union condemning and providing penalties for the knockers f and backcappers is proper ands needed The chronic kickers who search out faults and sneakingly condemn workers and employers stirring up strife and trouble haves long been a nuisance the craft A rigid enforcement of the new law will put an end ito the evilNone of our county officia seem to know who Is responsibl for placing and using a defecth elevator Inthe Court House resulting finally iin a smash and serious Injury of a dozen persons The grand jury has taken up the ma ter and possibly may find out something about what everyone iin authority seems to know nothing HAND OF DEATH Removed Mrs Pat Battttou Sr From Her Sphere of Usefulness This community suffered a great loss Wednesday by the death of Mrs Susant I Bannon the beloved wife of Pat Banno Sr Mrs Bannon had been ill only a short while and her death caused surprise even among her intimate friends Mrs Bannon was sixtysix years of age and bad lived in Louisville nearly all her life She was a devout member of St Cecilias parishrand was noted for her many works of charity Mrs Ban no married Pat Bannon Sr about twenty five years ago She left no children The funeral took place from St Cecilias church at 9 oclock Pride r morning The interment was in St Louis cemetery The honorary pallbearers were Col John McAteer James P McCollum Sol McCollum Bernar E Cassilly Pat OSullivan Dr John 11 Ouchterlony Frank Reeder Col John H Wballen Major H M Lane Mayc Charles F Grainger Capt John E Weller Ed T Tierney Michael J Tier ney Michael J Duffy James J Gaffnei IA Curtin Judge Sterling B Tone md Judge John McCann Solemn high mass of requiem was eel ibrated by Rev Father A J Brady assisted by several other priests Quite a number of the local clergymen occt pled seats in the sanctuary SIMPLY PERFECT reparations For Festivities of Catholic Womens Club Nimble feet and dimpled smiles are in vidence thrice a week at Liederkrauz for ome time past the occasion being rehearsal days for the children of Mis Blanche Mitchells dancing class and ome little ones of her friends who have been asked to join for the entertainment This is to be given on April 14 at Lieder ranz for the benefit of the Catholic Vomena Club Miss Mitchell is so painstaking and withal so capable tha the fact of its being under her tutelage onvinces the public at large that this ermis3 will be a complete success When an undertaking is christened safe guarded and chaperoned by an excellent apable teacher like Miss Mitchell at1 udience knows what to expect when the ventful day arrives Prof Gideon of the Male High School is assisting MiSs Mitchell in this preparation because as lisa Mitchell says she expects to have the entertainment simply perfect reams of two tepa mazes of fairy minuets with lodes entwined with garland of bright buedflowers are already reo Dicing the little ones who will partial atc in the festivities The parents are nticipating the day almost 83 eagerly as the children for the latters sake Miss rlitchells class being a Jrrlme favorite pith a large member of the best people ererf BISHOPS 7STORAL A pastoral lett from the Right Rev ishop MoCtotftjfy will be read in all out hurches tomorrow In it the venerable bead of the Lot evilie diocese dwells up- Ia the great Jfeedofmore priests anc a180 announce Ibe annual collection fCr- the education oj stndenU for the Catholic riMthood willbe taken up illa11the burchss sad s1 all the muse on Eater BBday All should be liberal iutheJi iributioM fwr UM education of theca- lteee HTM W l be devoted wholly itode yeorkbrrif on earth II n s u i Written for he Kentackr Irteh American I LOVE YOU I send ybu some flowers choice Sparkling with diamond dew And bid their beauty rare to voice These jeweled wordsI love you May their fragrance linger long Around the shrine of affection true And as the echo of a sweet song Bring back this music I love you KATHUIN DON LKAVY S0GIETV J Miss N R Edwards of Pineville wasII here last week visiting friends Mr and Mrs George Mulligan leav next week for a visit to New York City I i Mrs John Shaunty of Bardstown al I rived Wednesday to visit some I ouisvill I friends Miss Henrietta Cardwell has been tb guest of Mrs John B Thompson at Hat rodsburg Mrs Patrick Newman of Frankfort I arrived here Monday to spend the week visiting friends Mrs Louis Muthler of Lampton street has returned from Bardstown where sheI visited her parents Miss Eleanor Simpson has been theI charming guest of Miss Margaret peakeI at Bardstown for a week Miss Mary Alice Weller who has been visiting in EHzabethtown has returned to her home in the Highlands Misses Ella and Rosa Dick have returned from Scottaburg Ind where they were the guests of Mrs William Walters MissMollie Collins arrived home Saturday night after spending two week in New York Philadelphia and Washing tonMrs Alma Massie and children of Twentysixth street are home from a- delightful visit with relatives at Bards town Mrs Upton Muir will go to New York next month to attend the wedding of Miss Lucy Kearney who lived here when a child Misses Ruth and Lucy Spalding two attractive visitors from Bardstown mad many friends during their short stay iin this city Mrs Fannie Riley had as her guest this week at her home in New Albany her sister4n law Mrs John Hackett of Bed ford Ind Mrs Walter P Lincoln and Miss May Lincoln are home from Harrodsburj where they were the guests of Mrs Edward Rosser Mrs James McCoy has returned from Mt Sterling where she visited the family of John Conway Mrs George Hoertz has almost entirely recovered from an illness that has confined her to her home at Beechmont for the past two weeks Miss Josie McCormick left Monda morning for Russellville where she wit be the guest of Mrs Thomas Martin for the next two weeks Mrs B L McMackin and daughter Miss Stella have returned to their horn at Shelbyville after a pleasant visit with Mrs Frank Simpson Rev Father Vanoroostenberghe and niece Miss Annie DeMerlier of Holy Cross Marion country visited here the latter part of last week Charles Cavanaugh is busy receiving the congratulations of his friends on the arrival of a handsome little girl stranger at his residence on Twelfth street Dr Bernard OConnor is seriously ill of typhoid fever at St Anthonys Hos pital where he is resident physician His friends hope for his speedy recovery If Pat Lally had a street car system of his own onehalf the town would walk for the sake of reaching that particular line even were it to ride but half a dozen blocks Miss Margaret OBrien after a weeks visit to hersisters Misses Kate and Mamie returned to Indianapolis Saturday She was accompanied by her little nephew lames Foley Among the welcome visitor here this week is Miss Eunice Strain a leader of society circles at Vevay Ind Miss Strain will be the guest of her sister Mrs Thomas Tarpey until the end of nextt week Patrick OHearn a popular motorman 9Rthe Sixthstreet line took charge of his car again Wednesday morning after an illness that confined him to his home 519 Twelfth street since the latter part of February Miss Nellie Brogan who has been sick for the past two months left this week for Asheville N C where she hopes tore restored to perfect health While here Miss Brogan will be the guest of- Mrs William Francis formerly of this ity Harry Moran formerly with Gathof hoe and later with John C Lewis has cceuted a position with Schieman losfie the Market street batters Mr Moran is a young man well known in the Vest End aad his friends wish him sue erte The many friend of Mira Ann Iac- qutil are rejoiced over her prospective recoyery from ail Hltfwe that alarmed her lriendsShe was able lest week to be removed from St Joeepus Infirmary to the home of her father em St Xavlrt- reat where she iadoiagi nieely- TkoMM HiciiM an employe of the U c alI1 112131 aF4l4illl2111l 1 1 1 llHt1ltitJ= tat1 1 1 11 1 lliHf HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 CT J B KKElTT7 FUNEI AL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST MAIN 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 I MRS JOHN J BARRETT +++I 1 II111I 1 111I llootH 1 III1II1 1 HlHHlIIHttll+II 1 IH+l 1 1 tt I4T ftlllt l lil gT l Igf I Ft I EII lF Mulfloon Monument Company IESIONERS AND BUILDERS OF iH I ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE B i ii- ii flonuments I iiArtbtc Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy i I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET ii- dftnUD ftft ftiIDJUIHD nftD E1 illglllf 11 umIx1 am 1xrr1tu E DE nm Il w GranWSmiths Sons ii- ii Funeral Directors ii- ii And Embalmers IIm iiMISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer = Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Noticel1li i MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET III TELEPHONE 810 II I DnDftDD1nu3 rIm 1 ftD I3NOS SPENCCR Preeldent and Bzpertdaauntant UnIon NaIJCMI Bill BuildingrREuls KY Educates Young PeopleIFor Business CALL OR WRITE fpH FUll IBusiness College JoKKeelln1Nr atsr is rNa tHE PCST AiiTeTeyrao s a pJnd forNM ta14Jue4upvilleKfI eA 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 school building in the South Visitors always welcome School open all year Students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT President HH + HM + H t PARADISESAMPLE Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR Home Telephone 384 248 West Jefferson St + t + t t t + + + t t t + It+ ++ + t t t t t t t t t t t t JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY HENRY C LAUER rELEPHONE 11O Fine Wines and Liquors 407 JEFFERSON ST Branch House 905 West I IS Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma ON THE c l 1UrI9imiill RunAYb Y In an PARLOR DINING CAR BH BACON District Agent Ky FRANK J REED General Paseonger Agent C H Traffic MAnager W H McDOBL Preeidp and General Manager Baltimore Ohio Southwestrn railroad who was Injured by falling from a hand car several days ago is recovering and it is believed will suffer no permanent His many New Albany friends hope to seeliim out in the near future I eprlttyllittle daughter who arrived tkvstly at the kOtfteef Mr and Mrs I hLI1ur 0 lr Good Employment Story Livery Boarding JEFFERSON 428 and 430 StableIMarketSHE CRYING t- CHICAGO ELEGANt Passenger Louisville ROCKWELL inconvenience Fred Struck Second and Green streets was christened Vivian Margaret last Sunday afternoon by Rev Father Raffo The little lady rules the entire household aud proud papa Struck is her most abject slave After the ceremony friends and relatives who called to congratulate thee kppy parents were given a wast hearty reoeptiea Z1irrJ2 j v J T7 NTUCKY IRISH A IOAN rFRRNKRLENZl l CANDIDATE FOR SENATOR37th From Shelby to Filth St Subject to Action of the Democratic Party PfifR M A DRmi E SSONS WAGONN MMANUFACTURERSC- arriage N Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2422 ST XAVIER ST Brown Leghorns can be kept in small 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 ears1899 twelve hens and pullets 1233 eggs 1900 ten hens 868 eggs 1901 eleven hens and pullets 954 eggs 1902 during very cold weather January 75 eggs February 61 March 161 April 206 May 181 Jute 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 XavierStreet Illinois Central Railroa VERY LOW RATES TO CALIFORNIAAnd ONLY LINE running through personally conducted Excursion Sleepers to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Special Low One Way and Round Trip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesdays each month to the South and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas etc Best Line to Hot Springs For folder and descriptive matter of California and circulars descriptive of r lands in the South and through tickets call on W J McBride City Pass Agent southeast corner Fourth and Market or address F W Harlow D P A Louisville FINE TRAINS iTO FLORIDA FLORIDA LIMITED y II CHICAGO AND FLORIDA SPECIAL Superb Pullman Service without change from Chicago Indianapolis Cincln nati and Louisville to Jacksonville and Steugustlna VIA Southern Railway and Queen Crescent Route These trains are the finest and fastest in the South and carry dining cars obser vation cars drawingroom sleepers com handsomelyFlorida and Cuban resorts folders etc address any agent of the Southern Rail way or C C Stewart Trav Pass Agent Lexngton C H Hungerford Dist Pass Agent Louisville G B Allen Asst Genl Pass Agent St Louis H B Spencer Genl Manager St Louis BIG FOUR ROUTE x- oIndianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN0 BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River crrvTICUTOFPICJCN m j GAiaNEpfli Gii lAlftt Lotdevilk Ky A1t1 LYIiCHGPA i WHT AcnoLi IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan Vice PresidentJohn Riley Recording SecretaryMark Ryan Financial Secretarypeter J Cusick 1911 Bank street- TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Mouth President Con J Ford Vice President James Welch Recording Secretary Edward J Kei ranFinancial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Cavanaugh Vice PresidentThomas Quinn Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial SecretaryWilliam Burns 707 Twentyfirst street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnn- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerJohn P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEPFERSONVIUvE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Halll County PresidentJohn Kinney PresidentFrank Hogan Vice PresidentFrank Lynch Secretary John G Cole TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern Y IIMACKIN 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 SecretaryGeo F Simonis Corresponding Secretary Frank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- Treasureroseph Steltenpohl Marshal William Shaughnessy Inside SentinelRobert Osborne Outside SentinelPat Connolly JOHN MMUiLOYf DEALER IN Tea Coffee Pure Spices And Chinaware Pond Lily and Home Baking Powder 010 2V iwiAierciT ST Telephone Main 1189 You will make a StrikeIP YOU HAVB YOUR JOB PRINTING DONE AT T- ugKentucky Irish American HOnE PHONE946 AGED CITIZEN DEAD Robert Gilchrlost Passes Away After a Long and Useful Life Robert Gilchriest one of Louisvilles oldest and most respected citizens died at the family residence 1934 West Jeffer son street last Wednesday morning Mr Gilchriest was born in the State of New York in 1825 and removed to Louisville in 1843 After learning the iron molder trade he got the gold fever in 1849 and journeyed across the plains to California where he remained five years On his return to Louisville he resumed work at his trade He became a member of the Volunteer Fire Department and within a short time was elected Chief of the Fire Department In 1868 he was the work ingmens candidate for Mayor but was defeated by the late James S Litbgow Two years later he was appointed Chief of Police and after serving bis term was appointed a detective which position he held for fifteen years Mr Gilchriest was an ardent advocate of trade unions and served both as President of the local Iron Molders Union and of the National Union of Iron Molders He was a me chanical genius and invented many use ful articles among them an aerial ladder patent car couplers etc Mr Gilchriest was not a Catholic but his life was spent almost entirely in close companionship with Catholics His wife who died many years ago was a devout m mberofthe Catholic church He OUIcltrieetMrs John Loran and Miss Minnie Gil chriett The funeral took place from Christ Church Cathedral at 3 oclock Friday afternoon The sympathy of the entire community is extended to the family in tfwlr Ixreavwaent Richly embroidered trimmings play R great part Ill stocle making especially RIMltrawMr J lf o Jc RELIGIOUS LIFE Choson by a Popular Young Lady of This City Last Woek Miss Margaret Brady of Louisville and Miss PearlIseman of Independence Mo entered into the novitiate periodof two years with the order of Sisters of Mercy at the Convent of Mercy Joplin Mo last week Mass was celebrated commencing nl 635 and at its conclusion the young ladies assumed the white veil which they will wear throughout their probationary period of two years The ceremony of taking the white veil is a very beautiful one and impressive withal The pretty little chapel of the convent was filled with friends of the community the Sisters of the order and the officiating clergy who were the Rev Father OReilly rector of St Peters Father Bishop assistant rector and Father White of St Anns Catholic church at Carthage The novices knelt at the foot of the altar which was adorned with brides roses calla lilies and white carnations and answered the questions of the priest as to their willingness to take this further step in the Sisterhood They retired then for a few minutes while the choir chanted a psalm appropriate to the occa sion When they reappeared they were clothed in the habit of the order with the exception of the cincture or leather girdle beads and ebony cross and the white veil Again kneeling at the altar they repeated their declarations of renouncing the world and the taking up instead of religious life with its attendant responsibilities They were then given the cincture beads and cross and were clothed with the white veil Retiring a few steps they then prostrated them selves while the psalm Quam Delecta and the Vent Creator were sung The sermon delivered by Father OReilly was of a character befitting the ceremonies and in his remarks he dwelt upon the obligations that the yonng women had assumed in choosing the life they had with its multitude of duties its acts of mercy and selfabnegation- Miss Brady will be known in religious life as Sister Mary Alphonsus and Miss Iseman as Sister Mary Elizabeth Miss Brady was well and favorably known in Louisville She is a sister of James Brady a retired business man and of Mrs Michael Quinn formerly Miss Margaret Brady BIG CELEBRATION In Honor of State and National Officers of the Knights- of Columbus The First New York Regiment of the Knights of Columbus will tender a re ception to the National and State officers on Wednesday April 15 at the Forty seventh Regiment armory Marcy avence to be followed by a drill and review of the uniformed corps This will undoubt edly be the largest social event of the season in Catholic circles in Brooklyn and will be the first of its kind not only in Brooklyn but in any other city in the United States under the auspices of a uniformed corps of the Knights of Co lumbus Brooklyn having the honor of having formed the first and only regi ment As an immense gathering is ex pected two bands of music under the leadership of the regimental bandmaster will provide the promenade and dance music A number of the councils have requested the committee to set aside for the use of the members their friends and guests some of the boxes which will be on sale for the occasion VISITOR FROM DENVER The Kentucky Irish American had as a caller Thursday afternoon Mr John J OHara of Denver who has been spend ing the past week visiting his brother James OHara the well known letter carrier of New Albany Mr OHara has been in Colorado for the past eight years engaged in the mining business and judged by his appearance be has been more than ordinarily succesful He left for New York yesterday afternoon to consider propositions for some of his in terests but will stop in Louisville on his way back OFFICERS ELECTED The Golden Rod Club a popular social organization composed of well known young men residing on the Hill held a rousing meeting this week the occasion being the semiannual election of officers which resulted as follows PresidentEdward Heffran Vice PresidentJoseph Nolan SecretaryE J Waterbury JustSer Maloney The Gplden Rod boys contemplate a series of delightful outings for their numerous friends this summer SACRED HEART CHURCH The unveiling of the beautiful cruci fixion group recently imported from Paris for the Sacred Heart church will take place tomorrow with impressive cere monies This group consists of the Blessed Mother of Jesus St John the apostle and St Mary Magdalen Rev Father Rock of the Cathedral wjll preach the sermon and doubtless a large audience will bear him PLEASING PERSONALITY A pleasing personality ia an excellent capital drawing one of the best interests in life The woman whose face reveals the expression of a face mind and whose happy manner shows thought ofa su perior order haa that irresistibly about h=th1Fvwmsndien naa wtaroar ha goes Beauty without expression liras It must depend cm llife iintellectand tlioee Innate qualities which give it acaj awl variable coloring before it rep win true Oft or lioULaduiinakm The coun J rrr o- i c tenance should receive the same attention as the toilet Just the same as we choose certain colors because they are becoming so we should cultivate happy smiles and kind thoughts in order that our faces possess that desirable charm without which a woman can not be attractive CHARLES PFEFFER Becomes President pf a Strong New Albany u ncISociety There is no better known or more popular young man in New Albany than Charles Pfeffer who was last week elected President of Unity Council Y M I a strong and influential society of Catholic men of that city The debate last Thursday night was ably contested but the decision went to the negative side which contended that bad company was more pernicious than bad literature Charles Hackett and Harry and George Kannapel undoubtedly made the best arguments but there were many who sided with Mike Thornton and Con McBarron Charles Cheap received notice of his appointment as Deputy Supreme Presi dent of the Indiana Jurisdiction a posi tion that will be suitably filled by the genial exPresident of Unity SPLENDID SHOWING Unity Council YM I of New Albany made a splendid showing last Sunday morning at St Marys church when members to the number of 170 were in line to receive holy communion The New Albany council is perhaps the strongest in the Indiana juris diction It will not be long until they will be occupying their own club house for which publicspirited citizens are subscribing very liberally RACE TRACK NEWS Reports from the New Louisville Jockey Club are most encouraging and all indi cations point to the best meeting in the history of Churchill Downs Everything is now bustle at the track and hundreds of visitors daily witness the preparatory trials of the thoroughbreds quartered there Secretary Price has his hands full these days but everything will be in perfect order days before the great Ken tucky Derby is run- LADIES EUCHRE The Womens Catholic Club feel greatly encouraged over the work already performed for the mammoth euchre to be given at Music Hall on the afternoon and evening of Tuesday April 21 The at tendance promises to be the largest ever seen at a euchre party in Louisville Many of the prizes will be simply mag nificent CATHOLIC PROORESS From a pastoral letter issued by the Roman Catholic Bishop of Liverpool the total Catholic populationtof the diocese is estimated at 334167 an increase in ten years of over 3000 In the Catholic elementary schools there are 73706 chil dren an increase in the decade of 11754 LOCATED IN LEXINGTON Dr John Maguire who has been a student at the Louisville College of Medicine left yesterday for Lexington where he has accepted a position as interne in St Josephs Infirmary- MACAULEYS Richard Mansfield one of the greatest and most versatile actors on the stage will appear at Macauleya Theater on Monday April 13 Great interest is being taken in his coming and the seats for the engagement will soon be put on sale I HOPKINS THEATER Ten Ichi the king of Japanese magi cians and his troupe of assistants will be the headliners at Hopkins Temple Theater during the coming week The troupe includes three Geisha girls dancers and acrobats Among others in the bill are Leon Morris and his educated ponies ORourke and Burner dancers and singers John Healy monologist Reta Curtis trick violinist and the Brothers Freydo acrobats BUCKINGHAM The City Club Burlesqucrs an old favorite in Louisville will be the next attraction at the Buckingham Theater I MISS THORN YKB Among the special feature will be the burlesque On Hoar the City Club andliThe Garden of Folly IAnother special number will M An Affair of Honor introducing Ml Janette Perry and a number of other vaudeville artists The show will continue during the week withtneitu1mAa = Some of the new d ladsilk pious MHae vei8bave 4f embroidered borders two br tires indlHH deep in the popular tUawberry dea pitt- a J it tr GREAT SORROW Expressed Over the Death of Mrs Mary Poe Miller The entire community was shocked Tuesday to hear of the death of Mrs Mary Poe Miller who died of the infirm I forIwas Roberts and Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller of this city and of Mrs E L Pearce and Mrs A W Smith of Richmond Ky The funeral took place from the resi deuce of Dr W O Roberts 1520 Third avenue Thursday morning Rev E L Craik officiating The interment was in Cave Hill cemetery Into each life some rain must fall sang the poet years ago and this time it has fallen and dimmed the sunshine of the heart of one df Louisvilles sweetest singers Miss Elvira Sydnor Miller Her mothers death is a great blow to her She was her mothers companion and comfort Her mother was her life and light the inspiration of all her work From her mother she inherited her talent for ready wit for humor that hits the mark without leaving any sting Mrs Miller was an estimable lady of quiet tastes and in late years lived solely for her daughter May her memory be a constant inspiration to her daughter who has found her field for usefulness by brightening the lives and ennobling the minds of others WELL ATTENDED Were the Three Meetings of the Local Y M I Councils The meeting of Mackin Council Y M I was well attended last Monday night After the departure of Supreme Secretary OBrien and his escort committee the regular business of the council was transacted Messrs John E Krekel and IR j Rickert were elected members and initiatedThe Committee reported that Messrs A J Gross and John Schaefer who have been on the sick list were im proving Interesting talks were made by Councilman Augustus J Bizot Dr Michael Casper and Henry Blumer Several interesting topics were discussed during the evening Satolli Council also had a large crowd at its meeting Prosecuting Attorney Robert Hagan made an eloquent response to the encouraging words of Supreme Secretary OBrien and gave an interesting recital of his travels in Old and New Mexico Three new applications for membership were received Satolli Council will have a series of in teresting talks by well known speakers during the remainder of the Lenten sea son Mr James OConnor the able young attorney will deliver the next address on Monday evening April 6 His subject will be Patrick Henry Another large crowd attended the meeting at Trinity Hall where a very interesting meeting of Trinity Council was held RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Miss Winnie Ryan takes place this morning from the Cathedral Her death has occasioned profound sorrow amonga wide circle of friends and relatives Mrs Kate Morgan eightyfour years old died at the residence of her niece Mrs Mary Rowan 63G Jarvis avenue last Sunday The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church at 9 oclock Tuesday morning We regret to announce the death of William Hyland son of Patrick and Maria Hyland 1454 Twelfth street which occurred Thursday evening at the family residence His funeral takes place this morning from the Sacred Heart church Miss Nellie Shea died at the residence of her brotherinlaw Lee M Pfeffer 2322 Bank street on Wednesday The funeral took place from St Louis Ber trands church Friday morning at 9 oclock Miss Shea was well known in Louisville and in Chattanooga Tenn Henry Kremer died at the residence of his sister Mrs George Wolf on Wednes day Mr Kremer was sixtynine years old He was a brother of the late Charles Kremer who was for many years Wharf master of Louisville and of Theodore Kremer of the Louisville police force Mr Kremer was a highly respected mem ber of the community His funeral takes place trom the Cathedral at 9 oclock this morning Mrs Josephine Zehnder the beloved wife of Anton Zehnder died at the family residence 2113 Baxter avenue last Tuesday morning The deceased was thirtyone years old The funeral took place from St Bonifaces church at 930 oclock yesterday morning The interment was in St Michaels cemetery Mrs zehnder was a devout Catholic and her husband and family are receiving the sympathy of many friends on account of her untimely death May she rest in peace SEWING SOCIETY The ladies who constitute the St Anthonys Hospital Sewing Society will meet Wednesday afternoon at 2 oclock These gatherings are always enjoyable and as the weather is now fine there should be a large attendance RECOVERING Prank A Lenz Democratic candidate inr S4IlLtorJ ol111i Thirtvseventkdlii- trict haa afinort entirely recovered from the injuries tainedinthe Court House elevatorl accident llast week Hit friends have not lost eight of his interate during Lie enforced confinement U hie kern 1 LEVY BROS THIRD x AND MARKET ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THE BROCKUNIONLABEL UNIONLABELSUITS ANDTHEY THEYSELL SELLALSO THE BEST UNIONMADE SHOES HATSAND ANDFURNISHINGS 1VSACAULEYSI Richard Mansfield Monday April 13 HOPKINS TEMPLE THEATER MATINEES 218 EVENINGS 810 ANOTHER BIO SHOW Ten Ichi JapsIn Feats of Magic poniesORourkeers John Healy monologist Reta Curt trick violinist and the Brothers Freydo acrobats BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY MAS 25 Uttlneei Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday The Best Known and Known as the Best The City Club BurlesquersTH- ELEADERS OF VAUDEVILLE OIEILLY Mmm Fire Insurance Real Estate and Loans 226 FIFTH STREET- ROOKEEPING Tiwfil trtntily taier txportlutraeUoa W L TEUMA1T zzrzzv ACCQONlANl17Q rootI An JOINT INITIATION Of Three Councils to be Held at Newport In May Lafayette Council Young Mens Insti tute of Newport with the Council at Bellevue and the Cincinnati Council have arranged for a joint initiation to be held at Lafayette Councils Hall on Sunday May 3 A large number of Louisville gentlemen are expected to attend During the social session James Maher exGrand President of the Kentucky Jurisdiction will speak on The Young Mens Institute in the Past Grand President Joseph P Kealy of the Ohio Jurisdiction will deliver an address on The Young Mens Institute in the present Grand President Will Perry of the Kentucky Jurisdiction will speak on The Future of the Young Mens Insti tute At the conclusion of the meeting a banquet will be given The principal speakers will be Rev Father Ignatius M Ahmann of Carrollton Ky and Mr Fitzpatrick a former Grand President of the Ohio Jurisdiction BACONS CURTAINS The attention of our lady readers is called to the great sale of new spring laces curtains announced on another page which takes place at J Bacon Sons next week They are not only exquisite in design but are marked at surprisingly low figures INJURIES NOT SERIOUS Martin J Dooling the well known fire man who was cut by falling glass at a fire Monday night is again on duty His Inluriesthough psJqulwece aot seriO1B He Isa member of Hook and Xaflder Company No 2 and wHu Ona ladder trying to gain admittance to the second ttory of a burning house when the acci dent happened J n- r I THIS LITTLE BANK 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 3 IIINTBRES1 Ky Title- Savings BankLFIFTH AND COURT PLACE Open Daily until 3 p mj Saturdays until 7 p m JOE PRYOR CANDIDATE I+ ORL Judge Jefferson Circuit Court CRIMINAL DIVISION Subject to Action of the Democratic Party LEADING HAT HOUSE Spring Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas Largest Insurance Company lit the World Assets 3000- 00000JERRYKfflG SPEOIAr AGENT NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY 515 East Gray St Louisville Ky This is the only insurance company that sells policies incontestible from date of issue C B THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 261 West Jefferson St 632 Fourth Ave BOTH TELEPHONES 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed C J SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard- Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets Telephone 2241 HERRMANN BEOS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSONiBOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street BUOENS LOUIS R- CARRAROS CAFE ti WET GOODS AND SMOKERS 1 TELEPHONE 761 NECor Third end Green JI a rJ w III rir61 vY LY LV oooooo oooooooo oooooooooooooooo I1 oooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo I 1CY LAUHu C T I 181 G +H H + H + + tt t+i i H New j Carpets A- NDMatthigst f THIRD FTOOR1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 t t t + + + t + + t + t t t t t t Httfitit T 2PER PAIRWe are showing some very dainty p in Battenberg effects with plain centers bowknot borders with detatched figures in center heavy borders with Point dEsprit centers well worth 250 per pair One of the seasons best bargains j nO And 250 each for Cable Cord Bonne Femme JpZiVV Curtains very swell also the Bonne Femme Cur tains in Arabian Net at 600 and 750 each Bargains at these prices LLiiL1LLIL L 1 1 1 1 T T T T T T T T T T T TTTTTrTTTT T T T T T T T T T T T lJASge 0 SONS I een Third and Fourth 00 00 TJWATHENSIce Charlotte Russe and Wine Jellies Are the Best and His Prices the Lowest Try Them L- N Homo re1ep11os1e 2144 629 EIGHTH STREET SSTheresto a WHITESIDES blue label on every loaf 4 of MOTHERS BREAD This label means a Jj 49 whole lot Remember about it Look for it on A every loaf of bread that comes into your 9 49 house and 49 For Goodness Sake Eat g BREADssL VV VVIw YVVVV lVVVVV lV CAST YoUR VOTEFOR WILLIAM B OCONNELL OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY CANDIDATE FOR Clerk Court of Appeals Subject to Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election May 9 I JAMES SOWDERS I I FISH AND I I1 OYSTERS II 159 WEST JEFFERSON ST IBoth Phones 2863 rGEHERr SON Complete Assortment Latest Styles and Best Makes k COOKING AND HKATI- NGSTOVESa CAST AND STEEL RANGES 214 Market Street Near Second FRflNK FEflR BREWING 60 INOORPORIiTI Brewers and Bottlers 1JtOUXiJVILLEKY U l ton ii- n D r J Street Third and 0 00 IRELAND Record of the host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Charles R Devlin Nationalist candi date for Parliament was returned unop posed for Galway city The annual contest for the Irish cross country championship took place in Dub lin on Saturday Galway was first Cork second and Haddington third A young farmer named John King and bin wife have been suffocated at Con nemara by the fumes of an open fire which they lighted in their bedroom At a meeting of the Cork Chamber of Commerce a deputation was appointed to wait on Lord Strathcona the Canadian High Commissioner to place before him the claims of Cork harbor as a port of call for the new Canadian mail steamship serviceThe friends of James OHara of Fleet street Dublin will learn with regret of his death which took place last week He was the proprietor of the fine billiard rooms in Fleet street and was at one time a professional champion of billiards in IrelandAt convention of the delegates of the Ulster Farmers and Laborers Union held in the Town Hall at EnnMdllen Edward Mitchell of Derryvullen was selected all the compulsory purchase can didate for North Fermanagh T W Russell M P was present and delivered an address Speaking at a great meeting of farmers at Aughnacloy County Tyrone T W Russell delivered a stirring speech in which he urged on the Government the of taking advantage of the present ccndition of things in Ireland to finally settle the Irish land question He also outlined his general policy on the Irish demand- A fatal shooting accident occurred near Smithborougb County Monaghan A man named Morehead returned home with several other men He invitedsome inside The others began to quarreland Morehead it is alleged fired his gun to frighten them away One man Terence Kiernens was killed and two others were seriously injured- A few days ago while Patrick Tlghe a laborer was working on the roof of a house in Ba got street Dublin he lost his balance and fell to the ground sus taming frightful injuries to his head He was conveyed to St Vincents Hospital where he wus treated by Dr Dillon He died however an hour after admission never having recovered consciousness- A man named Denis St Leger was arrested by the Corbettstown police about five miles from Kilkenny and charged with the murder of Thomas Jackman at Kyle Callan A squabble took place between the parties on the way home from Callan fair during which Jackman was struck by a stone from the effects of which he died Prisoner was remanded During the progress of a United Irish League meeting at Barnane near Tem plemcre County Tipperary the police attempted to disperse the meeting by a baton charge During the melee District Inspector White and several men under his charge were seriously injured by a fusllade of stones Many civilians had to be surgically treated Extra police were drafted into the district The first death in connection with the recent outbreak of smallpox in Dublin took place on Monday when a little child which was removed from North Anne street died in the Corporation Iso lation Hospital In the afternoon the remains were interred the greatest pre cautions being taken to ensure that in the removal and burial of the body only as few as possible should be engaged in the ceremony Arising out of a communication received from a lady who had established a knitting industry at Newcourt Skibber een it transpired at the meeting of the Cork County Technical Committee held at the Courthouse that Irish manufactur ers do not unlike English manufacturers supply thread direct to such persons os the writer of the letter and the Rev Father Hill said the matter was one that should be exposed- A feature of Dublin around which cer tails historical associations cling has been almost obliterated by the recent hurricane The stately avenue of old trees adjoining the Nine Acres in the Phoenix Park has suffered terribly The grand elms which had weathered th- enyat j ii w I 6 down at last before the Big Wind of 1903 only MX of the total numbs ears viyiflg Uader the abBlleof these trees when they woe younger many notable sconee took tom The Nine Acre TTTTTTTTT ++++++++++ +++++ +Httfttttt +++ tt 5 Panelsli30x54 to 225 each 40c Per 30inchesfor Sash 45c to 200 per yard S 3To 798 per set new English Bobbinet Bed Sets with lace and insertion and with medallion cen ters appliqued and woven 1 L 11 BACON SONSM- arket Between Fourth 0 000000 necessity was long the rendezvous for gentlemen who had affairs of honor to settle and little differences which led to an early morning visit to the park were al1 most everyday occurrences in the bril liant Irish capital of the close at the eighteenth century Horace Plunkett Vice President of the Agricu1tureinas the coming Parliamentary debates o sthe Irish land question went on he wa confident they would be able to prov Ireland could uow develop her national1 life in a way never possible before Financial assistance was needed and justified on the highest grounds of statesman ship By it a barrier would be removed whose removal would immensely facil itate the working out of the great problems they were attempting to solve During the early hours of Saturday morning at Derrytrasna the splendid national male and female schools situate in that part of the parish called Seagoe of which the Rev Edward McCarten is parish priest were completely destroyed by fire Nothing could be done to save the schools and what had but the even ing before been a spacious building containing two commodious and well equipped schoolsunequalled in such respects perbaps in Ulstersoon became a mass of ruins with not even a vestige of the windows flooring doors or school furniture it had previously contained NEW FIELD Rev Father John B Kelly Installed Pastor at Danville Rev Father John B Kelly of this city has been formerly installed as paster of St Peters church at Danville Ky Untilj about two weeks ago Father Kelly was a member of the Dominican order For several years past he has contemplated leaving the order and taking up the work of a secular priest believing that there was a greater field for his work in that direction He was one of the youngest and at the same time one of the most energetic priests ever sent on missions by the Dominicans and has quite a repu tation as a pulpit orator While Father Kelly was in New York two weeks ago the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey sent for him and offered him the parish at Danville Father Kelly came to Louisville at once and on Thursday of last week accompanied Bishop McCloskey to Danville where be was formally in stalledSt chilrch is pleasantly situated in the heart of the Bluegrass region but Father Kelly will find plenty to doas there are at leash a dozen small missions in the surrounding country to which he will be called unto minister Father Kelly was born end raised in Louisville and is a nephew of Judge Matt ODoherty Hu many friends wish him success in his new field KENTUCKY BOY CHOSEN Joseph E Ca iCO of Bardstown has been selected a the orator for the commencement eaerclses at Notre Dame University wfai take place next June This is a high honor for the young man who passed to Notre Dame from St Marys College this State GOES ON DUTY Martin Joyce one of the most reliable employes oftki Louisville City Railway Company exj els to be able to go on duty again Me tday Three weeks ago ltP JLAot AjnlrssfUaw iscspe from deUi oCIt1tI i oCI n n n T T T T T T T T T T T TT T T T T T T T T T I J as Market Street Third and Fourth i I What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 3 meets Monday night listeMany have expressed the hope that tie series of dances proposed by the young men of Division 3 will be given Division 1 of JeiTersonville realized a handsome sum from its very creditable St Patricks day entertainment The divisions at Lanesboro and Cale donia Minn are being reorganized and the order will be enriched by many new men Members of Division 1 of New Albany will approach holy communion in a body tomorrow morning at Holy Trinity churchTuesday night Division 1 received four additionalapplications for membership Soon another class will he ready for initiationJames Kenealeys host of friends among the Hibernians are rejoiced over his recovery from what threatened to be a serious illness Division 4 elected Will Sullivan to membership Wednesday night and received the applications of James ReaganI and John Monoghan Recently Division 8 of St Paul ban queted Division 2 which had the honor of beating the big division in a race for members in a given time President Mike Tynan makes a splendidt presiding officer Sincere and earnest andt well versed in parliamentiry law his rulings are accepted without question New Albany Hibernians are making all sorts of preparations for their coming fair being ably assisted by the ladies who are now quite enthusiastic in their workThe degree team of Ladies Auxiliary 3I of St Paul initiated class of thirtyfive The uniforms worn were pretty and attractive and helped make the ceremonies very impressive The Ancient Order of Hiberuians iin Kentucky was never in better condition than at present Soon it is intended to take steps toward the formation of new divisions in various parts of the State Division 1 held an interesting session Tuesday night If present plans are car ried out this powerful body will soon spring a surprise that should please every IrishAmerican in the three Falls Cities Division 0 of St Paul at its last regular meeting initiated a class of just forty young men This division is continu ously chasing Division 4 of the same city which claims to be the largest in the worldThe next initiation under the auspices of Division 4 will occur on Wednesday night April 8 Those members who have presented the names of candidates are expected to see that they are then presentThe last Wednesday night of exCounty President John A Murphy on the duties of the members and especially the Visiting Committee was timely and to the point His suggestions met with hearty approbation Every division in Ramsey county Minn and their sister auxiliaries are giving prizes of all kinds from solid purses of gold down to buttons of the order for members securing the largest number of initiations before May 1 The Hibernian Military companies formed one of the features of the great St Patricks day parade at Providence R I Besides the military and other Catholic civic societies eight divisions of Hibernians were in the line of march Owing to unavoidable circumstances the reporter for this column missed the last meeting of Division 2 Nevertheless it can be stated that President Con Ford and his fellow officers are doing splendid work They want to double the membership ENTERPRISE CLUB DANCE The Enterprise Club composed of a number of popular young men in the western part of the city will give its first select dance at Fountain Ferry Park on Tuesday evening April 21 The committee on arrangements is hard at work Nothing will be left undone to make the affair a social success Music will be furnished by the Louisville Military Bund The CoPJmlttetPf Atiangeniejits Is made up fMessrs J Gaff Jf flub buchf HProb J Amshoff C Zengel J Nwlorf L GHwraer George Born trI L peakedSlbler F Denser- E Ttalth and L WMM l A jolly good 1 time fa aeeareal all ko ftttosd u mn inn tMMHHH ++ MHH + +MMM The Demorest Sewing Machine 1689IGuaranteed complete with t2 BACON SONS Between 0000000000 HIBERNIANS Johns 00000000000000000000PITTSBURGH Try our 4th Pool Coal if you want your fires to hold fire over night Screened Lump 25 bus350Sc- reened Lump 100 bus 1400 Anthracite per ton 900 Crushed Coke 50 bus 650 Lump Coke 50 bus 60- 0PaciflGGoaiGo 2888Off42r I fie cWoooere BooTcol ggiSJC1 BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES i fOFEVERY DESCRIPTION f PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTY + FULL LINE OF EASTER GOODS 4 434 V Jefferson Street t COte CONTRACTORS FOR ALL KINDS OF Painting Calsomining and Whitewashing Floors Stock and Machinery Carefully 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