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Digital page images are linked to the text file. o f F KENTUCKYIRISHk AMERICAN c OLUME XNO 25 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 18 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS FATHER BOUCHET Passed Into Eternal Rest Peacefully and Calmly as He Lived Mourned by Thousands of Faithful and Loving Souls As the Three Marys Followed the Saviour into Galilee So Also Did This Peaceful Man of God Enter Eternity Protestant and Catholic Jew and Gentile Attended the Solemn Ceremonies Over His Remains at the Cathedral Kneeling in prayer a supplicant to his God the Right Rev Father Boucbet was stricken with paralysis on Holy Saturday night and a few hours later died as he 11ad lived a just man In his last mo ments he was found praying to that God that had given him strength all his life lIe was found dying praying for forgiveness for his own shortcomings asking the charity of God for the sins of the many whose confessions he hid heard and for the millions who had not the light of faith Neither pen of poet nor tongue of ora tor can sing the praises of Father Boucbet In speaking of him one hardly knows whether to say May the Lord have mercy on his soul or For of such is the kingdom of heaven Surely he was in spirit one of those little ones that the Savior admired Father Boucbet was a human dynamo Within his small frame he had the energy andambition of a million Ctesars and Napoleons thrown into one But like wise he had the humility of St Joseph and subordinated his energy and ambi tion to the will of God He knew at least as far as it is given man to know the value of a soul He knew the infinite price that was paid for souls and he never lost sight of the fact that infinite homage was due the Savior who descended to earth to save you and me your father and minemymotther and yours your chit + tsar llren and mine He bad abonthim that mantle of Christian charity which he never chose to draw too tightly but rather to spread its folds in order that it might cover the enormities of others Let us pray that his kindly spirit may look down upon us from the throne of the Most High before which he has pleaded our respective causes and that his prayers may be answered Shed no tears for Father Boucbet unless they be tears of joy He needs no tears of sorrow But if your tears ofJoy will lead you to follow after the life he modeled then indeed will his cup of joy be full Pray not so much for him as that we the creatures of God whom he loved will be led to follow his example Father Bouchet was a very busy man during Holy Week and owing to the absence of the Right Rev Bishop Mc I Closkey who had to go to Florida on account of his health his duties were heavier than usual On Holy Saturday morning he officiated at the ceremonies and during the afternoon and evening he heard confessions Although he felt ill and several times had to leave the confessional he never faltered in his work and did not leave until the last per son departed from the church at 1130 oclock at night He went to his room at once and prepared to retire lIe knelt In prayer beside his bed and there ihe was found fifteen minutes later by the Rev P M J Rock who went in to take him the book con taiuingthe announcements for the week Father Rock soon realized that Father Boucbet was a very ill man and sum moned the Rev Dr George Schuhmann and the Rev Father Hugh Brady Father Schuhmann then summoned Dr John B Enright who visited the Cathedral rectory at once He found the venerable priest suffering from a paralytic stroke The sacraments of holy eucharist and extreme unction were administered Father Bouchet was conscious the greater part of the time of his brief illness and died at 425 oclock on Easter Sunday morning just as the day began to break and a few minutes before the bells began to peal summoning the faithful to the divine sacrifice of the mass He died as he had lived at peace with the world and at peace with God Protestant and Catholic Jew and Gen Monsignorfins to him Of course he honored the U dignity conferred on him by our Holy Father the Pope but he never felt worthy of it He was humility itself The Louis ville Herald last Monday told the story of Father Bouchets life as follows The Right Rev Michael Bouchet was born August 20 1827 in the Department Auvergne Frence He began to study for the priesthood September 21 1842 in Prance He attended the Col lege of Billiom where the first Bishop of this diocese Bishop Plaget was at one time a student He continued his studies at the Preparatory Seminary of Clermont September 1845 He next attended the Theological Seminary of MontFerrand September 1848 At this school he first 7r developed the love for philosophy that always characterized his mental turn He was also thorough in Latin The late Archbishop Martin John Spalding of Baltimore who had been Bishop of this diocese went to Europe to bring to this country ten students to do missionary work in Kentucky and among those who returned to America with him from the Catholic school at Haavcn in Holland was Monsignor Bouchet Ten came Five were priests Fathers Bekkers Luytelaar Wuyts and Father Lawrence Bax four were deacons Fathers Bouchet Van Deutekom Chazal and Van Emstrede and one a subdeacon Father De Vries All these young missionaries did their whole duty in the field and most of them attained high distInction in the church as devoted workers Father Bax celebrates his golden jubi lee Wednesday and preparations were being made at the time of Monsignor Bouchets death to celebrate his golden jubilee next year Bishop Spalding and the ten students sailed April 23 1853 and arrived in New York May 5 They came over in one of the first steamships then plying the ocean On May 15 Father Bouchet reached Cincinnati where the nine students were the guests of Arch bishop Purcell Father Bouchet was ordained Septem ber 24 1853 at the old St Thomas Semi nary in Nelson county Ky His first mission was under Father Durbin at one tiuiethe oldest priest 1th united States j who was a priest for sixtythree years Father Boucbet took charge of St Gregorys church in Nelson county and in 1856 came to Louisville where he has remainedever since his first charge being the Church of Our Lady Portland and there began to study lIe was then called GermanIAt the time he was told was remain at the Cathedral for a few months only His main work at the Cathedral at the first was in the Young Mens Sodality He was especially interested in getting up dramatics and in keeping young men together at that time In 1861 the Cathedral had 12000 worshipers Father Bouchet was appointed Vicar General April 1871 succeeding Father Dunn as pastor of the Cathedral On February 11 1899 he was invested with the title of Monsignor In 1874 he went to Rome and had an audience with Pope Piux IX and while there learned Italian He remained in Italy one year and was made a Monsignor by Pope Leo XIII whom he never saw Father Bouchet was a mechanical genius and invented many useful articles Among them were fire escapes folding beds typewriting machines and adding machines He never patented any of them but allowed the work of his genius to make fortunes for others On Monday the remains of Monsignor Bouchet lay in state in the Cathedralof the Assumption which he loved so well Clad in his purple habiliments and with a golden chalice clasped in his hands he looked as if he were smiling eves in death During the day the church was visited by thousands after thouands of Catholics Strong men looked upon hi and wept Women brought infants iin their arms to look upon his calm and placid face Why Because in many years to come when the memory of Father Bouchet has become a history of the diocese these little ones can say to their children and grandchildren My mother took me as a child in her arms to see Father Bouchetas he lay in his coffin in the Cathedral The funeral ceremonies were solemn yet simple and in keeping with the life and habits of the dead man The time set for the solemn mass of requiem was 10 oclock but long before that hour the church began to fill with people who came to pay their aspects to the memory of the dead Shortly after 9 Sclock the priests more than a hundred in number began the solemn office for the dead Dominicans in white Franciscans in brown Trappist monks and secular priests Passlonists and Resurrectionists were all represented in the sanctuary All the Sisters of Charity who could be spared from the various institutions which they conduct in this city occupied the front pews in the middle aisles The poor negro laborer whom Father Boucbet1 had befriended sat beside the rich banker whom the dead man had advised Race and nationality were abolished Heaven was their common goal and they offered up their prayers to the Great Creator tp lead them with kindly light intb Ills presence in order that they might be CONTINUKD ON THIRD PACK G- u c ors THELA TE MONSIGN R IIOUCHETF 4 t k1oiidtit l u SUCCESS ASSURED For Catholic Womens Club Euchre at Music Hall What promises to be a most magnifi cent interesting and enjoyable euchre and reception will be held in Music Hall next Tnesday afternoon and evening Aside from the decidedly charitable object of the affairto help the Catholic Womens Club in their most laudable and deserving undertaking for the young women of this citythe prizes are many and very valuable Judging from the large committee of most capable zealous and prominent ladies who have the mat ter in hand we anticipate that this euchre and reception will be both fashionable and interesting This euchre is under the efficient management of Mesdames Matt ODoherty Charles Taylor Ran dolph Waggener Fred Hillerich George Mulligan J Hoertz Fred Mayer Patrick H Callahan Nace Wathen Thomas Keenan William H Newman and Miss Mary A Goss A great number and variety of prizes have been donated by our merchants and any one buying a ticket will indeed be contributing to this great work undertaken by the women of Louisville ARCHBISHOPS themCatholic University at Washington An important meeting of the Arch bishops of the United States will be held in Washington next week beginning Wednesday The sessions will be held in the Catholic University and among the questions to be considered are said to be the request for American Catholic missionaries to the Philippines and Porto Rico and also the necessity for more priests to look after the spiritual care of the great number of Italians who have been arriving in this country During their stay they will witness the installa tion of Monsignor OConnell as rector of the university and also the laying of the corner stone of the new Panlist House of Studies which will be conducted as a training school for Catholic missionary priests THOS CLAIRE SICK Throughout the city the news of the illness of Col Tom Claire will be re ceived with regret Last Thursday week he suffered an attack of stomach trouble and has since been confined to his home 1018 West Chestnut street For several days he suffered excruciating pains but Thursday night he was reported resting I much easier Tom Claire Is one of toe best known Irishmen in Louisville and his legion of friends hope for his speedy and entire recovery I 10 In d THE RESURRECTION Father GaUSepohs Easter Greeting to Peop le of St Mary Maedal ans At none of the Catholi churches were the Easter services more brilliant than those at St Mary Madalens The music was superb and s Rev Father Gausepohls sermon on MThe Resurrec tion was indeed a grand one from which we extract his greeting to the peo ple of the parish as follows At the dawn of Easterday Magdalen is on her way To her Savior dear Who shall come to her relief In her anguish tears and great And dispel herfear Lo two angels white as snow Greet her gladden hef to know He is risenhaUl Gol impart the news t6 friends See how quick her way she wends Over the hill and dale OhI what joy did Christ impart To that noble woman j heart Wnen He spoke her name How she hastes no time to lose To dispatch the glorlohsnews Everywhere she came Alleluia risen Lordi j This theejaccordNow May we from the sinners grave Keep away our souls to save Jesus we implore I g TANOTHER JUBILEE I I St Boniface Branch of the Catholic Knits of America Branch 5 of the Cathc He Anights of America organized twentj five years ago Iin St Boniface parish wilLnext Sunday evening celcbrate its silrerf jubilee with a reception and banquet at St Boniface Hall on Green street beljween Jackson and Hancock During tbe twentyfive years of its existence Branch 5 has been the means of providing relief and homes for many widows and children Its first President was George Deusier but for the past eighteen years that he nor has been conferred upon Edmund Rapp of the German Insurance Bank Urban Stengel will preside as toast master at the festal board and the address of the evening wil be delivered by Edward Neuhaus 4ditor of the Glaubensbote The clergyof St Boni face church and the officer i of the Cen tral Committee have been invited to be present as guests of the ifficera of the branch and an evening of pleasure and profit is anticipated INext WedneSday night the Knights of St John expect to have a jolly time They will have a smoker at St Peterss Hall on Southgate street with short addresses and vocal aa4iuatruawatalmurici L e Y PROTECTS MEMBERS Catholic Knights of St Johns HavoDlsablllty Fund Branch 25 of the Catholic Knights of America though not the largest is one of the most progressive in this State Some time ago a disability fund was created for the protection of old and disabled mem bers who through sickness and lack of employment can not pay their dues or assessments In order to increase this fund it has been decided to give a high class entertainment at Trinity Hall on Thursday nght April 30 and all who purchase tickets will have a chance on the beautiful clock now on exhibition at C J Desses grocery store at Clay and Washington streets An interesting programme has been arranged by Peter J Schreck the well known singer features of which will be the address of Supreme Trustee Smith on Catholic Knighthood solos by Mrs Krippenstaple club swinging by Joe Crush selections by the Wempe children baritone solo by Sylvester Groves recita tions by William Snyder sketch by the Aeolian Quintet and some lightning sketches by Prof Michael Reichert All Catholic Knights of the Falls Cities are invited to be with St Johns branch on that evening W ANNUAL OUTING Groat Gathering Will Picnic With Mackin Council at Fern Grove Mackin Council members have gone to work on arrangements for the annual outing and picnic which will take place at Fern Grove on Tuesday June 9 At a meeting held Tuesday evening George Lautz was chosen Chairman Hugh Higgins Secretary and Den Sand Treas urer The committee will provide a large number of valuable prizes to be distributed among holders of tickets This year there will be special attractions and varied amusements for young and old besides everything to eat and drink It is expected that this years gathering will be tbe largest of the season at rem Grove The committee having the affair in charge will meet next Tuesday night at the club house to receive reports PLEASANT JOURNEY The Rev Louis Herbert pastor at tbe Catholic church at Rome near Owens boro left Wednesday for an extended trip to Wurtzburg Bavaria His parents will celebrate the golden jubilee of their wedding while he is there The Rev Herbert will also visit Rome and other noted ecclesiastical placSs in Europe His parishioners pray for his safe return and that he may enjoy a pleasant trip I fI y 0 0 REV FATHER BAX Celebrated His Golden Sacerdotal Jubilee at St Johns Church Monday Tuesday and Wednesday oF This Weekii The Faithful Departed The Vincentlans and Catholic Knights oF America Remembered in Masses That Were SaIdrGreat Manifestations oF Love and Respect Shown the Venerable Jubilarian by Clergy andLaity- oF the Archdiocese We live in an age of agnosticism aye of flat denial of the existence of a God And yet that God during the past week has seen fit to teach us two wonderful lessonshow to live and how to die On the one hand we have the beautiful testi monial of the people to a faithful and devoted priest the Very Rev Father Bax who has completed his fiftieth year at the altar of God On the other hand we have the sudden yet beautiful death of the Right Rev Monsignor Bouchet who died as he lived praying to his Maker for his own failings and the failings of the people In one case we have a lesson on time in the other a lesson on eternity Both men were beloved of the people Let us pray that we and our children and our childrens children may follow in some slight degree the lessons taught by the happy death of Father Bouchet and the exemplary life of Father Bax Fifty years at the altar Think what that means These are days of commer cialism and figures Things are counted in these times even our blessings Therefore we must count a little Fifty times 305 It means at least 18250 lasses to say nothing of the extra masses on Sunday and three on each Christmas The sacrifice of the mass is an infinite blessing the repetition of the sublime tragedy of Calvary How singu larlphverewe blessedto ftaveamongnr a man who was allowed the privelege of offering up that sacrifice nearly 20000 times Besides Father Bax has had multifarious duties of another character the hearing of confessions the adminis tering of the sacraments of the Eucharist matrimony baptism and extreme unc tion He has had the care of the poor and afflicted and above all the educa tion of the children Right well has he performed all these duties and while it is to be hoped that Father Bouchet is now enjoying the beauties of an eternal heaven we are all sure that Father Bax has had a foretaste of the love that reigns eternal in receiving the congratu lations of his friends during the present week On Monday morning at 730 oclock the jubilee ceremonies began Thought ful and fittingly the initial ceremonies were for the dead of St Johns congrega tion the people whom Father Bax had ministered to in life and death during the past fortyseven years The Very Rev Father flax was celebrant of the mass Ills nephew the Rev Peter Notten was deacon and his grandnephew the Rev Peter Vroomans was subdeacon of the mass Miss Dymphna Veeneman a niece of Father Bax presided at the organ In the evening at 8 oclock the paro chial school hall was filled with the people of the congregation who had come to do honor to their beloved pastor When the curtain arose the members of the choir were seen seated on the stage A beautiful jubilee anthem was rendered by Miss Ella Corbett as soloist and the choir singing the refrain Miss Dymphna Veeneman was the accompanist Over the stage hung the following inscription Golden Jubilee 18531003 Beneath it hung a handsome portrait of the Very Rev Father Bax After the jubilee song E J Mann the Chairman of the evening announced that he was pleased to see so many bright and smiling faces present to do honor to their beloved pas tor who thanks be to God after forty seven years of labor among them was bale and hearty and ever ready to do any and everything for the temporal and spiritualwelfare of his flock Mr Mann spoke feelingly of Father Baxs llove for the children of the parish and said he hoped the venerable jubllarian would live to celebrate his diamond jubilee twentyfive years hence He concluded by introducing Mr John T Garraghty who spoke in behalf of the married men of the congregation Mr Garraghty said he felt the honor and privelege of being called upon to represent the people in this respect He told of Father Baxs fidelity to his flock in joy and in sorrow in sickness and death A quartette composed of Miss Lula Desse Miss Mary Bax Frank Lausberg and Michael Hill rendered an appropriate selection after which Mrs John A Stuckenborg de livered a brief address in behalf of the married women She said among other things We live in deeds not years Every age has its heroes Father BaxJs one of the veteran heroes of the present age a faithful servant of the King of kings His good deeds will live long in the memory of his people After au enjoyable suet by Messrs II a Miller and Roth Michael Hill spoke in behalf of the young men bf the congregation During his address Mr Hill saidIt is true that we have not at all times promptly responded to your earnest efforts for our welfare but we have nevertheless been so influenced by your teaching and example that whatever success may crown our endeavors we know will be largely due to your untiring zeal in our behalf Miss Alexina Schaulie gave a soprano solo in magnificent style after which Miss Ella Francis spoke in behalf of the young ladies of the congregation and voiced their sentiments in wishing that Father Bax would live to celebrate his diamond jubilee Amid the applause of those assembled Mr Mann called for Father Bax to mount the stage which he didFather flax was visibly affected by the greeting he received He said he had no idea what words to use in thanking his friends and parishoners for what they goldenjubileeto himself for the temporal and spiritual benefits conlregatlonsingle men the married ladies and the giftsThecalled u on nn s k eVyoung men that Father flax had sent totthe priesthood more than a dozen of whom are now before Gods altar Father Welch Father Baxs assistant spoke of parishforfeelingforpleasedthatOn Tuesday morning at 8 oclock the children of St Johns congregation as sembled in the church and attended the byFathernoon the children assembled in the school hall where Father flax received them Representatives of the different classes of boys nail girls delivered brief but appro priate addresses and were served with refreshments No one loVes children more than Father Box and probably no t i pleasedhimreceptionOnall the local conferences of St Vincent de Pauls Society and of the various branches of the Catholic t assellJbledhonor to Father flax Both these societies he has ever had close to his heart Den Hund presided at the meeting and while he does not claim to be a speaker He made a telling and eloquent address in opening the meeting After a solo by Joseph Conkling Mr John A Societydelivered all the members of St Vincent de Pauls Society He told how the society bar been ever an object of devotion and sglicitude of Father Bax and how much the members honored and admired the venerable Jubilarian His remarks were well received Mr Michael Hill rendered a baritone solo and was followed by W C Smith President of Branch 4 of the Catholic Knights of America the first branch established in the city Mr Smith told of the history of the Catholic Knights how it had grown to be a factor in the Catholic church in the United FatherBaxSpiritual Director of Branch 25 and as Spiritual Director of the State branch of ChairmanBenCampbell a committee of one to escort Father flax to the platform Father Uax happy and smiling thanked those pres ent for their attendance He took no credit to himself but urged all to con tinue their devotion to the church and to the St Vincent de Paul Society and Catholic Knights of America His words were applauded io the echo greatesfdaysolemn mass of thanksgiving was cele i brated Long before that hour the church was filled except in the sanctuary and the pews reserved for the clergy the Vine centians and the Catholic Knights of America Meanwhile the priests who were to assist at the mass and subsequent ceremonies were arriving at the pastoral HenryElderon Tuesday evening in company of the CQNTZNOKD ON THIRD PAGE Iiit a a an O KENTUCKY IRISH AMERI0AN L KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN t F NNINII INNNINN 1 voted tov the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS I SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY SC r flittered at tho Louisville Postofflce as SecondClass Matter IddieuiU Communications to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Weil Green Street 0- uNtonTRADES LADE COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 18 1903 FATHER BOUCHET The ioyous Easter mornwhen the church and people rejoice that the Christ has arisenwhen aU were prepared to hear worth tof 1 greeting and congratulations on such an occasion expectant hearts were shocked by the announcement of the death of Father Bouchet the simple title by which he was known to all though a Right Reverend Monsignor and Vicar Get terato the clergy the religious the laity to old and young to nonCatholic for he was known and beloved call and up to the midnight befor he was in appnrent health an vigor attending his priestly duties The expressions of sorrow the praise of his character zeal labors charity attest the universal respect of the community where his lifework has accomplished so mud for the relief of suffering aiding the distressed providing for the homeless teaching charity and brotherly love aside from and in addition to his great and unceasing labors in behalf of the church Father Bouchet son of humble parents in Auvergne France striv ing for his vocation to the priest hood amid conditions of persecu tion such as prevail in France today was forced to go to Haaven Holland to complete his education and had been ordained a deacon when in 1853 on invitation of Bishop Spalding he came jto this country After a few months a- Mount St Marys College he was r ordained priest and came to this city then a hotbed of KnowNoth I ing fanaticisms to begin his priestly labors where he was destined to along arduous but most fruitful mission as results attest The growth of Catholicity in those fifty yearsthe forming of parishes building of churches convents asylums academies schools colleges hospitals seminaries cem eteriesin all of which Father Bouchet aided in some way by advice i raising of funds planning the buildings management arrange ment from mere suggestions to actual work in every detail foi j Father Bouchet was not only a zealous self saerificing priest but a genius of mathematics finance and mechanism as well and in all an untiring worker He drew up the plans superintended the build ing calculated the cost and re sources and managed for the pay ment of churches and other insti tutions attended all the financial affairs of the diocese and several df the religious orders the orphan asylums the cemeteries and was the adviser in the parish and edu cational matters Always ready and practical he could devise a simple and convenient way to do almost anything More than thirty years ago he had a cash register of his own invention The pumping apparatus the beauties of St Louis cemetery the building and arrangement of numerous Catholic institutions throughout the diocese are after his plans and direction Had Father Bouchet chosen the voca tion of mechanics finance or com merce he would have attained fame but never wealthhis heart was always bigger than his purse his all went to charity For all that he did as priest genius scholar worker in every sphere he neither sought nor re ceived financial reward nor creditor his zeal and untiring labors as a priest in Catholic work and Charity most Catholics know something for in all parts of the diocese there are results of Father Bouchets labors but mong the ppoiythrough IItfi rc St Vincent de Pauls Society i1 to the orphans in asylums and the sick in the hospitals everywhei amid suffering and distresswi his heart work most manifest In the abodes of poverty in the alleys and garrets was Father Bouchet a welcome and ever beneficent visitor To the orphans he was indeed a father and in the hospitals he was hailed as a benefactor and consoler of the afflicted His kindliness and jovial disposition was ever a ray of sunlight his advice wise and fatherly his aid ever ready in any way possible for him to give No work was too hard no sacrifice too great no time inconvenient for Father Bouchc to do good to anyone regardless of race color or condition Many are the incidents recalled during tbe past week of his good deeds in over forty years Among Catholics he is spoken o- as a model zealous and selfsacri ficing priest who devoted all for the honor and glory of God am the salvation of souls by the non Catholic as a man of kindly heart laboring and giving all to the good of humanity By all a noble work of God for whose having lived the community is benefited the work is better whose taking away is tia loss to mankind but whose work remain as his monument and a heritage to his fellowmen After a life so well spent Father Bouchet has gone to his reward May his soul rest in peace IRISH CONVENTION MEETS The great Irish convention to consider the land bill and other important issues affecting the Irish people is in session in Dublin There are over 2000 delegates representing every party creed and class including prominent Irish men from the colonies and the United States It is the most notable gathering of Irishmen and their decendants ever assembled and upon their utterances and acts much depends for weal or woe to Ireland The indications are that the fears of Irelands friends and the hopes of Irelands enemies that dissension animosity vindic tiveness and radical words and decisions may blast all chance ot benefit to Ireland and manifest rish incompetence to unite or rule are unfounded That there may be general and varied discussion among men rep resenting so many classes sections and ideas is likely but all seem impressed with the gravity of the occasion and situation and imbued with the one motive to further and lift up their oppressed country and ultimate harmony and unanimity of action is fully expected by Irish leadersDublin with its mass convention of Irish representatives discussing rish national matters attracts the attention and willbe the subject of he worlds comment May the esults be such not only to insure he attainment of success in most eneficent legislation but also to reflect credit upon Irish patriotism ability and conservativism Young Vanderbilt and Miss eilson were married on Wednesday The bride being a Catholic the ceremony was performed by a Catholic priest A report states hat Archbishop Farley of New York had expected to officiate but vasforbiddeu to do so by the Popes the marriage was not solemnized rithin the jurisdiction of Archbishop Parley the report of his einr forbidden to officiate is braid The Archbishop ndoubt diy kaowc hii butdnealy the Pope 7i- i r has other matters to attend to and newspaper reporters often do riot know much about what they re port especially Catholic matters 9696969 UB9fi96S8969S96SS969 I Edward W lilacs paid a short visit to I Frankfort the first part of this week I Frank Doerhoefer was home from school to spend Easter with his mother Miss Marie Thompson has returned after a pleasant visit to Mrs S C Mui at Bardstown Miss Stella Buckley has been visiting in Frankfort the guest of her aunt Mrs Thomas Brislan Mrs Jerry Council Who has been seriously lit at her home in Oakdale 1is almost entirely well Mrs James McMahon has arrived horn from Paducah where she visited her I sister Mrs Fred Moore T J Riley L Barrett and D J Gil were among those from this city sojourn ing at West Baden the past week Messrs Wellington and Howard Wilkes were home from St Marys Col lege to spend Easter with their parents Miss MaymeAVcisenberger of Crescent Hill was this week the guest of her sister Mrs Richard Dehoney at Frank fort Misses Mary and Kate Nugent were the guests of Richard I Nugent and wife at their home in Beechmont las Monday Edward Lynch and wife and children have returned from Frankfort when they visited Henry Gobber and family or Holmes street Mrs J A Lee of Shelbyville and Mrs W W Lee of Dawson Springs visitei in South Louisville last week the guests of Mrs J B Brown Miss Sarah OHearn was able this week to resume her duties at the Jeffersonvill Telephone Exchange after an illness that lasted three months John Winn was here Sunday visiting family and friends He is now assistant foreman of the shoe department in the Frankfort penitentiary William McCarthy arrived in Jefferson ville on Monday from Birmingham to be at the bedside of his sister Mrs Prewitt whose life was despaired of Mrs Harry Swann and daughters ar rived home for Easter from Lagrange where they were the guests of Mrs Swanns father Capt Lat Hilt Howard Gleason who was here to spend Easter with his parents in the highlands has returned to Memphis where he holds a good position Mrs Alice Gary and son Will arrived here Monday from Glasgow Junction and will make this city their future home They will reside at 522 M street James Patton a well known Hibernian of New Albany underwent a successful ipcrationlast week and is now resting easyat his home on Vincennes street Andrew McBarron of Alexandria Ind spent last Sunday in New Albany at the bedside of his mother who was seriously ill at her home 905 East Market street Mrs John M Ahern is ill at her home 51 East Main street and is suffering from a severe attack of typhoid fever Her friends hope for her speedy recovery Glad is the home of Mr and Mrs Mat J Winn 1927 Portland avenue A charm ng little maid arrived last Friday from labyland and will remain there permanently Judge Henry S Barker who had been pending two weeks here returned to Frankfort to be present at the opening esslon of the Court of Appeals on Monday morning Mrs M V McCann and daughters Misses Amy and Emma of Jeffersouville rho have been spending the winter at Tampa Fla are expected home the first week in May The many friends of Dr Bernard Connor resident physician at St Lnthonys Hospital will welcome the news that he is now convalescent lifter a erious illness of typhoid fever Martin Delaney and sister Miss Kate elaney formerly of this city but now of Hartfort City Ind were visiting here this past week as the guests of Mr and Irs Bart Gallagher of 1309 Seventh street Miss Ollie Nilan a popular New Albany girl who has been quite ill of malarial fever at her home 314 West Washington street is almost entirely covered to the delight of her many Sends Among those here this week was IJdmund Power a leading citizen of rankfort and State Vice President of- the Catholic Knights of America who cameto attend the golden jubilee of Rev ather Bax Mrs Andrew McBarron of New Al bany the venerable mother of Con cBarron who has been ill for the past three w ksts reported much better Her physician thinks she will be able to be out again today or tomorrow Patrick Bannon Srv who has been spending the past ten days at West aden Springs is expected home this rening With him at the Springs were his daughter Mrs Frank Moore of jdlaaapolie and his con Jeff Bannon j- alilils city The yilt now looked for with greatest e a n i 1 interest by the younger set in the sods whirl is the select dance to be given by Mackin Council on Tuesday evening April 28 at Fountain Ferry Park Quite a number of well known matrons will chaperone parties of pretty girls on this occasion Mrs Walter Lincoln entertained her euchre club Wednesday morning The prize a beautiful plate was won by Mrs Charles Nield Mrs Lincolns guests were Mesdames James Moreland Johnson Chares Nield Charles F Harvey Horace Grant B G Reese Neville Bu lilt and Owen Bailey A pretty little daughter arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Will J Mackit 722 West Oak street last Saturday Th proud father has grown two inches taller since he writes his name papa Moths belchristenedi honor of her proud grandpa Chris OConnor formerly of this city now of Indianapolis visited Louisvill this week to assist at the jubilee of Father Bax Mr OConnor was baptized by Father Bar grew up under his directio and was organist at St Johns church for several years lie is now one of the leading citizens of Indianapolis Cards are outt announcing the approaching marriageof Miss Susie A Schupp to Adam Dlllman The marriage ceremony will be celebrated at St Martins church on May 6 The bridetobe is a daughte of Mrs Fred Schupp of 020 East Gray street and a sister of Joseph Schupp ia turnkey at the County Jail and of Patrol man George Schupp Mr Dillman is ia barber in the Columbia building at Fourtl and Main street After the marriage ceremony the young couple will begin housekeeping on Clay street betweei Laurel and Jacob The event of the past week in German Catholic social circles was the goblet wedding anniversary of Gerhard Over berg and his estimable wife The cele bration began with a solemn high mas at St Marys church Eighth and Gray son where they were married fifty years ago There was a largely attended re ception at their home Seventh and York streets in the evening when hundreds of friends called to congratulate the happy old couple They were assisted in re ceiving by their three children Mrs Henry Felhoelter Miss Sophia Overberf and Joseph Overberg The most notable wedding of the year in Jeffersonville was solemnized WedneS day morning at St Augustines church when Miss Julia Miller became the bride of P W Riley Father John OConnel pronouncing the words that made then husband and wife Thelovely bride was attended by Miss Sallie Miller Both were exquisitely attired Frank Lynch was best man and Will Liebel and Clar ence Frank were the ushers Following the ceremony there was a reception that lasted until evening at the beautiful home the groom had fitted upon North Spring street where the happy couple have gone to housekeeping Cards are out announcing the approaching marriage pf MfestUc ElJqH snit Edward J losberg Miss Ellard is a daughter of Mrs William Ellard of 930 Preston street and for several years past has been in barge of one of the most important departments in Herman Straus store Mr Stosberg is a trusted employe of A N Struck bro The wedding will take place in the Cathedral of the Assumption at 4 oclock in the afternoon on April 29 Rev Father P M J Rock will perform the marriage ceremony After a twii weeks trip to Baltimore Washington add other Eastern cities the newly marred couple will begin house keeping at 003 East Chestnut street Miss Ellard is one of the best and most favor ably knows young Indies in local Catho tic circles JNo Catholic picnic or bazar was complete without her She is a lady of charming personality and her friends congratulate her on winning the heart of Mr Stosber lRC NT DEATHS Just ente ing the happiest period of- her life the soul of Katie Kopp beloved wire of Joui Kopp passed from earth to heaven last uesday after a short illness at her home Logan and Mason avenue The lasts rites over her remains were performed at St Martins church Thursday mornin Much sympathy is felt for Harry rady pf 13 5 Seventh street who was called upoi to lay at rest the remains of his aged fat ler who passed away Tues lay The uneral took place Thursday norning f om St Louis Bertrands hutch Re v Father Fowler being the elebrant of the solemn mass of requiem CorneliusjOConnor a well known and espected citizen of the Tenth ward died Thursday horning at his residence 917 Jumesnll street He was the father of Misses Ma ikand Nellie OConnor who have thesYIDpathyo a large number of rienla in their sad bereavement The uneral service will be held this morning at the Dominican church Tfi CONFEDERATE SPY A pleasing production of the above autifnl and thrilling melodrama will be given tdiaorrow evening at St Martins Hall on Shelby street under the irection of Rev Father Berresbeim The company Is composed of well known and talent 1 ladles and gentlemen memo bersof the Catholic Kuights of America and St Jo phs Casino The entertain lent is glv 1 to celebrate the silver jubl- lee of final h6 of the Catholic Knights the largest n the State of which Father erresheim tU Spiritual Director Prominent amoa those who will take part are tease To i Gensle Louis Steurle Geo ellenthal Frank Gen le Michael Reich ert Joe B it George Buehuer Edward TiwuulB A Mueller and Misses Anna LottmauH Lens Scliiekl Rows Stoehr racy 8nw asdNettie Oberaeier The lUrtaiHtafttt will cloM with a comic German U j INDORSED Wytidhams Land Bill Unanimous Approved by the United Irish League DunuN April 16The racial strength of the Celtic character was clearly exhibited today in the proceedings of the first session of the National convention in the spirit manifested in the speeches nUll in the warm patriotic sentiment ex pressed The whole assembly of 2500 I I delegates was a representation of tbe Irishman at his best There was cxube ant good nature everywhere Enthusiasm I was rampant and controllable only by the restraining sense of duty whichI carries everything before it at a gatherI tI lawImaker where instinctively whatever the frolicsome promptings of his nature may tempt him to do he must not fulfill the sinister prediction of We AngloSaxon enemy and become divide Indeed nothing could well have been better than the whole demeanor of thla unrecognized national assembly of Ireland in the good sense unflagging attention orderly procedure which charade ized the days labors In a historic sense it was the nonofficial parliament of Ireland solemnly deliberating If Celtic lightheartedness can ever be reall solemn it would be in discussing how best to end the agrarian war which practically has never ceased in Irelan during the past 300 years This convention in most characteristic the reverse side is not so attractive or consoling There was some weakne just where it is always found and wher the occasion and opportunity calls for and counsels a stern stand for justice It was not taken The convention and the Irish Parliamentary party combine could have forced the hands of tlle Government and insured by a policy of courageous action the concession of most of the amendments which will be adopted tomorrow This stand was not taken The bill was blessed in volin and cursed in phrase it was a good bi1l and a bad one a concession to Irish strength and a stroke of benefices English statesmanship Redmond and OBrien in eloquent speeches emphasized the danger of severe criticism and examination of the proposals of Wynd hams scheme while hoping that this forbearance of the Irish people would plead for a better bill than the defectiv measure under consideration All this was honest and well intentioned out the interpretation which the Chief Secretary and English press will put upon so contradictory attitude will be that the compromise is weakness on the part of the Irish leaders where the rea facts and circumstances of the present political situation should render the Irish movement strong enough to demand am obtain some of its most extreme claims Fully 500 clergymen mostly Catholl priests were present It was the duty of Father Humphreys of Tipperary to face a good tempered but hostile audience of 2490 out of 2500 of his countrymen in iia hopeless effort to have the bill rfjctidij by the convent jos the delegates were about equally die vided upon the amendment proposed to OBriens motion which defined the gen era attitude of the Irish party toward the bill This attitude as I foreshadower was one of conservative action It accepted the Wyndham measure as a plat needingamendment but asked that the Irish party should be intrusted with the task endeavoring to obtain such con cessions from the Government in the committee stage of the bill as would nable the members to present a new laud act to the Irish people as a final udingof the Irish land struggle The amendment to this motion was not hostile to the spirit and purpose of the jartys plan of action but it took exception to the proposition that the bill even if improved to the extent of OBriens suggestions could be a final settlement of the land question while large numbers of landlord estates would remain under the old rent system- It was likewise urged that the conven ion should stand adjourned tomorrow intil Government proposals had emerged from the ordeal of the committee stage when the delegates shouldassemble gain and hear the Irish Parliamentary party report upon the fate of the conven ious amendments to the measure The delegates were about equally divided in upport of the amendment and original esoluiou but the mover of this amendment having no intention to weaken ledmonds position in the estimation of English parties or opinion withdrew his notion and the OBrien resolution was unanimously adopted The proceedings tomorrow willembrace the discussion of some fifty proposed mendments to the bill There will be no very contentious questions arising and the whole work of tire convention rill probably end in the adoption of proposals which ask the Irish party to do its best to obtain concessions from the Gov rrment upon the evicted tenants ques tiltn the agricultural laborers claims the cutting down of the price tenants are to pay for their holdings the safeguarding of the farmers statutory rights under the Gladstone land act of 1881 increase of lower and means with which to deal with the problem of poverty in West reland and some minor changes in the Vyndham plan of settlement The harmony unanimity good feeling and union are almost certain to prevail to the end of what wilt be known as one of the largest and most influential conventions ever held in Ireland MlCHAUl DAVITT KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Charles J OConnor of this city Territorial Deputy for the Knights of olnmbus expects to institute a council off that great order at Lexington on unday April 20 Meetings of prominent Catholic men of the Bluegrass capital have been held during the past month resulting in a charter lItala- bout fifty names The arrangements areshl1O completed for the event hieh Ila of more than local interMtA i j 11i It11iIIt i+H1141Ill1llf44iii HHII 3ih 1It3Eiiif3IIi 1= HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BAREETTf FUNERAL DIRECTOR 7 EMBALMER 1 1ANDMAIN STREET the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business ttWith husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT ++ l fIIIWHHH I1i1IliH1I IlIHI HI fIIIH NI+ ++++ SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- CHICAGOI ON TUB c le I OI POInrm1ill RAm In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR u E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent ManagerW IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTOR R A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month TynanViceRileyRecording Ryan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusic 1911 Bank ureet- TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening cof Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice sidentlames Welch Recording SecretaryEdward J Ke ran Financial Secretary John T Keane 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran- DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monda evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Cavanaugh QuinnRecording Financial SecretaryWilliam Burn 707 Twentyfirst street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmsPat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentrThomas Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAsslslantDave Reilly TreasurerJohn P Hellon wJrfViSIGiU JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesda at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kinney President Frank Hogan Vice President Frank Lynch SecretaryJohn G Cole TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern Y M Y MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street President Frank F Murphy FirstVice President Louis W Born traegerSecond Vice President Hugh Higgin Recording Secretary Geo F Simonis Corresponding Secretary Frank G Adams Financial Secretary Dan Weber 254f St Cecilia street- TreasurerJoseph Steltenpohl Marshal William Shaughnessy Inside SentinelRobert Osborne Outside SentinelPat Connolly ptyoepix jlill part Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Outings SocialsT- his beautiful park has been greatly mproved this season and is furnished with new equipments throughout Parties or societies should consult the manager of Phoenix Hill Park before dosing ontracts LOW RATES TO Californiai Washington Oregon Idaho Montana and Utah VIA BiD Four Route One Way Colonist Tickets at very low rates on sale daily until June 15th 1903 YarticularsAgents Big Four Route It or address the undersigned VARREN J LYNCH Gen1 Pass and icket Agent W P DEPPE Asst Genl Pass and Ticket Agent Cincinnati O SJ Gates General Agent Loalsvllle Ky BOOKKEEPING lwehtBadWMptitlMtnetlca IL No Chug for Dcc- bWEr TBUXAH 1XP1S ACCOTOTiHT 170 roasts era arge delegation will accompany Deputy Connor from this city and Cincinnati ioyiagtoB aad other cities will be well epreenteclU ForGoodness Sake EatMothers MothersBread and for the sake of your poor abusedstomach which youve been load ing up with hay saw dust excelsior and other breakfast foods MOTHERS BREAD is so good and wholesome enjoyitwhole year round White side BLUE LABEL on every loaf W H PAINE Tin Slate and Iron RoofingAL- SO TII SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK Dealer in Stoves Tinware Hardware etc Repairer of Hot Air Furnaces lions PitONS sans 1453 18th Street Bet Broadway and M- apleJOEPRYOR CANDIDATE FOR JJudge Jefferson Circuit Court CRIMINAL DIVISION Subject to Action of the Democratic Party FARNK R LENZl l CANDIDATE FOR SENATOR37th From Shelby to Fifth St Subject to Action of the Democratic Party 1003 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1903 JJA8COGONNORCANDIDATEH LEGISLATUREL FIFTIETH DISTRICT TENTH WARD Subject to the Action of the DemoYcratic Primary May 26 1903 v 0 IF AU I KENtIUOKY XRI II A1RIOAN J r ACAULEytS Thursday Friday and Saturday Nights and Saturday Matinee Julia Marlowe IN THE CAVALIER Seats now on sale HOPKINS TEMPLE THEATER MATINEES 21B EVENINGS 810 NSXr VID3U7 Clay Clement and Company in The Barons Love Story FLO IRWIN AND WALTER HAWLE- In n one act comedy Charles Guyer and Nellie Daly something doing Waterbury Bros and Tenny musicians Baker and Lynn comedy sketch Carson and Willard German comedians Tom Mack come- dianBUCKINGHAM WEEK COM lEtWINa SUNDAY APBIL 19 Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Bttnrday AL REEVES Famous Big Company With a host of pretty girls and some very clever comedians presenting two new up to date burlettas New music HKffiCLASS VAUDEVILLE BILL With the best obtainable BROWN LEGHORN EGGS 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 years1899 twelve hens and pullets 1233 eggs 1900 ten hens 868 eggs 1901 eleven hens and pullets 954 eggs 1902 during very cold weatherJanuary 76 eggs 61 March 161 April 206 May 181 June120 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 1100 JACQUES 2422 St Xavier Street IllinoisVERY Central Railroao I LOW RATES TO CALIFORNIAAnd ONLY LINE running through personally conducted Excursion Sleepers to California Now Mexico Arizona and Texas Special Low Ono 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 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 flN lRAlN8 1 FLORiDA FLORIDA LIMITED CHICAGO AND FLORIDA SPECIAL Superb Pullman Service without change from Chicago Indianapolis Cincin nati and Louisville to Jacksonville and St Augustine VxA 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 partment cars and club cars For handsomely illustrated literature descriptive of Florida and Cuban resorts folders etc address any agent of the Southern Rail way or C C Stewart Trav Pass Agent Lexington C H Hungerford Dist Pass Agent Louisville G B Allen Asst Genl1 Pass Agent St Louts H B Spencer Genl Manager St Louis BIG FOUR ROUTE T- QIndianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA andMICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT o Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 259 Fourth Ave J QATr 8 General Agent Louisville Ky WARREN J LYNCH OP A WK P DEPPE A GP A CINCINNATI Q u if 0- r I FATHER BOUCHErI CONTINUBD PROs FIRST PACK with Him in eternity and that they might be for all time to conic with thei beloved friend and adviser Father BouchetThe Rev Father James P Cronln celebrated the solemn high mass of requiem The Very Rev Louis G Dep pen was deacon of the masa and the Rev Father Michael Melody subdeacon The Rev Dr George Schubmaun was master of ceremonies Prof George Chase directed the choir which was augmented by the leading members of the choirs in the city The funeral sermon was the Rev Father P M J conY cerning his dead friend and associate He said that for eighteen long years Father Bouchet had been his best friend He paid tribute to his piety gentleness and love for children and his high regard for the spiritual upbuilding of the com munityAfter the sermon the priests chanted the Misere About noon the casket containing Father Bouchets remains was taken to the Tenth street Union Station from where they were sent to Nazarethon a special train The details of the funeral were arranged by Gran W Smiths Sons who had known the dead priest from their infancy The active pallbearers were Messrs Michael J Walsh James McBride Peter Tevnin Jacob Mueller Thomas Feelev Michael J Ford Peter M Andriot and Daniel Quill The honorary pallbearers were James T Campbell Jeremiah Bacon George Tariton Edward J OBrien Edward McDonough James J Fitz gerald Benjamin J Webb Thomas K HinesThe pallbearers many of the clergy and the Sisters of Charity accompanied the remains to their last resting place in the little cemetery at Nazareth Eternal rest give unto him 0 Lord and may perpetual light shine upon hin At the earliest dawn of a glorious day With duty fulfilled his soul sped away Away and beyond the luminous spheres Whose cycles are kept through limitless years Oer the sorrows of Jesus in silence he wept While with Mary the mother Calvarys vigil he kept His heart in the tomb with the Nazarene lay Till the purple of night was illumed by the ray Of an ecstatic dawn so blissfully sweet He arose with its breaking his Master to greet NOW THE MEN GreatThrongs Will Crowd the Dominican Church Nightly The mission now being conducted at St Louis Bertrands church by the Do minican Fathers Cahill Hinch and OConnor has been crowned with remark able success This week was for the women who thronged the church night and morning to hear the eloquent mis sionaries Beginning tomorrow night and for the rest of the week the services will be for men only The morning services of course are for all It is expected that between now and the close thousands of men will approach the sacrament of holy communion Never were more able and eloquent discourses heard in any Louis vine church The morning and evening services will be held at the same hours as I the past week It may not be amiss to here state that the Kentucky Irish Ameri can was the only publication that gave the correct programme of the mission last week It is expected that the attendance will greatly outnumber that of any former mission held in the beautful Limerick church Nou Catholics as well as Catho lics are welcome at all the services HEARD WITH REGRET It was with feelings of profound sor row that the members of Holy Trinity parish New Albany heard of the death at Indianapolis of Rev Dennis McCabe who was fifteen years ago assistant priest with Father John Kelly At the time of his death he was pastor of the Church of the Holy Cross at Indianapolis Father Kelly attended the funeral Tuesday During his stay in New Albany Father McCabe was greatly beloved by his parishioners on account of his kind heart and amiable disposition and he was equally as much admired for his learning and piety FEDERATION Now that Archbishop Farley of New York and Archbishop Ryan of Phila delphia have interested themselves and are encouraging the Catholic Federation movement great results are expected from the meeting to be held at Atlantic City the last days of this months Several national societies have decided to affiliate and will greatly add tq the strength of the Federation During this meeting it will be made apparent that the Federa tions purpose is truly American and nonpoliticalABLE PAPERS READ iCapt Will Sullivan Chief of Detectives and Col Jake Haager attended the annual convention of the Kentucky Peace Officers Association held at Hen derson this week Chief Sullivan read an able and carefully prepared paper on Best Methods of Detective Work Col Haagers paper dwelt upon Good of the Organization Both weir re calved with close attention and at the close were warmly applauded BRIGHT AND NEWSY Editor John Cooneys Nelson County Record comes out eight pages TIei many friends of the Record d its amt aWe editor in this aactloa of Kentucky J Ii are delighted with the change Not only in business circles but by the general public the Nelson County Record is con ceded to be as bright in its editorial and news departments as any paper printed in the Commonwealth Heres Cooneyrand his associates HINTS ON STYLE Cameos are once more much used Many of the long evening gowns are inset with lace insertion Colored laces are having great vogue not only the laces dyed to match gowns but coarse filet darned in patterns in blues reds or browns- Handkerchiefs exactly matching the frock in color are a present fad and some women go to the length of having kerchiefs dyed to match each of their gowns Shirtwaist jewelry has come In answer to many demands There are sets of jjeweled pins to fasten turnovers links and studs for fastening stocks in front jeweled buttons sleeve links buckles scarf pins and in shirtwaist sets Last season voile and canvas were all in plain colors but this spring fancy has run riot in them and though for many purposes the plain material is preferable there are veilings checked plaid dotted splashed figured in a score of ways White roses and purple lilacs tied in little alternating sprays on a length of narrow light blue velvet ribbon moke a graceful chain to wear with a decollete bodice A longer chain to match is festooned pbout the skirt of the frock Tan will be the favorite color in outing shoes When the russet shoe lost pres tige the year before last the calfskin in no sense took its place for comfort Nothing can be so cool and pleasant for a summer hardworked shoe than the tan leatherIn an expensive shirt waist made at a good place it is well to order enough material for an extra pair of cuffs The material cost little and as the cuffs ordinarily go first a fresh pair will often make a waist serviceable for an extra season The shirtwaist costume is a boon to the fat woman who will wear shirtwaists but looks lamentably illdressed in a shirtwaist of one material and a skirt of another By all means let the shirtwaist costume progaganda spread among the stout sisterhood Brilliant colors are the rage for silk stockings and among these gayhued styles shines conspicuously the turquoise blue Russet brown silk stockings come embroidered in white and studded with imitation turquoises Shot silk stockings especially in the darker shades are very modish for wear with low shoes WILL REMAIN HERE A Rome dispatch states that the Right Rev George Montgomery whose appointment as Archbishop of Manila was announced in last weeks issue has de clined the high honor conferred upon him lie prefers to remain in San Francisco where he is Coadjutor to the great Archbishop Riordan GOOD FOR JOHN Hereafter its Officer John McGilH cuddy That clever and popular young Irishman passed a fine examination Thursday and was sworn in as a member of the police force Officer McGillicuddy will do naught to bring discredit upon his shield or the force The appointment is an excellent one- HELPINO THE EUCHRE The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trin ity Council Y M I will be in evidence next Tuesday evening at the euchre given by the Catholic Business Womens Club at Music Hall On this account there will be no meeting of the auxiliary until May 5 when a feature of the even ing will be the reading of some carefully selected papers Being also the first meeting after Lent it is expected some very urgent business will be acted upon The presence of every member is requested that night FUG OP ERIN Green is universally regarded as the Irish color But antiquarians say that green as the national flag of Ireland is of comparatively modern origin The latest authority to express an opinion on the subject is the Rev Canon French a learned member of the Royal Irish Academy He does not accept the ex planation that the green flag was adopted by the United Irishmen at the close of the eighteenth century by blending the orange and the blue the latter being then regarded by some as the Irish flag The emerald green tandaid was used in Ireland in the sixteenth century but it was not till the eighteenth century that it became the national color DONT IMAGINE THINGS Imagination and an undisciplined mind work sad havoc in the happiness of life Over sensitive people are much given to imagination and they put their own interpretations on things which are very apt to be more wrong than right Jealous people too perceive things ac cording to their own conceptions of them and the result is they are the destroyers of peace and happiness When imagina tions are the outcome of a high sweet mind then we cap see much that is beau tiful and poetic in them But when they are the outcome of a disordered or ignor ant mind then they prepare the way for unhappiness and a whole train of other unlovely qualities Imaginary evils says Swift soon become real ones by indulging our reflections on them And Carlyle tells na that lIim agination is but a poor matter when it has to part company with good under standing Division 3 of St Louis gave a success ful ball last Monday night the purpose of which was to raise funds to swell the widows orpbaas aad disabled members fund L n n KINDLY WORDS From the Dally Press Con cerning the Late Father Bouchet i The Evening Post said the the follow ing kindly words in its editorial columns The whole community will join the Catholic church in the sorrow caused by the death of Monsignor Bouchet the Vicar General of this diocese For more than forty yearS this servant of the church has through the church served the whole community He added to strength gentleness and to firmness tolerance and intelligence to industry and having lived for nearly eighty years in this world he passed in prayer to the world to come From Miss Elvira Sydnor Millers feel tag tribute we extract the following There is nothing more beautiful Ini Holy Writ than the story of the Good Shepherd he who went forth in the storm and dark seeking the stray lamb that was lost And this Good Shepherd who loved this one wandering sheep more tenderly than the ninety and nine that remained in the fold left man his prototype and imitator in the pastor who stands heroically between his flock reclaiming the erring comforting the lost and weary ever calling through the night of sin and darkness to the lost of the fold Just such a man was Father Bouchet an humble follower of the Master in whose sacred steps he walked and for whom also came the message breathed years ago upon Calvary This day shalt thou be with me in paradise All yesterday when the lights glowed on the altars when the incense rose in great cloudy masses to the domed ceiling of the Cathedral when the souls of the myriad flowers filled the atmosphere with delicious odors blent with the sigh of the music and the echo of each prayer was the pathetic recollection that he who had so loved this season who had ministered at the altar in reverence and humility had passed quietly IIlO where beyond the voices there is peace Kindly and ten der gentle and loving the counselor of the mature and the friend of the young Father Bouchet was one of those angelic souls of whom even his worst enemy could utter no word of blame He was in the world but not of it and the timid or stricken the guiltburdened or weary soul that went to him in its hour of an guish and despair found his kindness as the shadow of a great rock in a weary land He was one of those men who work knowing that the night cometh in which no man can labor He never spared himself his gentle words and good deeds falling like blossoms in the path of others No honors or preferment ever caused those who loved him for long yesrs to call him or think of him otherwise than as Father Bouchet He was no Vicar General or Monsignor to them merely the kind and tender father in religion He labored unceasingly for the good of the church He gave of his store he lost sleep and rest he braved the wind and the sun the sleet and the rain to go forth on errands of mercy and the kindly hand that gave so often and so generously has only ceased its ministrations in death May the Master whom he has served so long so faithfully and so lovingly receive him on heavens own Easter day and his earthdimmed eyes gaze upon the unclouded splendor of that heaven to which his soul has ever aspired That Master who after He had overcome the sharpness of death com manded those who had loved Him to follow for he would go before them into Galilee There may he find that Naza reth of the soul and his spirit be exalted over the darkness of the grave even as St Christopher bore the young Christ unharmed above the roar of the torrent and the howling of the tempest That church he served so faithfully will remember him at her altars the souls of those sad and erring ones his kindness redeemed will breathe his name in their prayers and the recollection of his good deeds will follow like angels of paradise along the pathway beyond the grave Eternal rest give unto him 0 Lord and may perpetual light shine upon him This is the one prayer that all who felt his tender influence falter forth today While all have expressed only praise for the Right Rev Monsignor Bouchet the following editorial in the Herald of Tuesday is a most beautiful and appro plate tribute From nonCatholic it is recognized as a sincere expression of appreciation for the deceased priest on his true character merits and labors as a man for the good the advancement and the betterment not of Catholics alone but of his fellow men regardless of creed The rare and kindly old priest who bore in the Roman Catholic prelacy the formal title of Mohslgnox died on Sun day enshrined in the affecticvs of thou sands of Louisville people under thesim pie title of Father Bouchet For almost fifty years he had lived his life of active selfabnegation and charity in Kentucky For fortythree yore he had been at tached to the Cathedral In Louisville and in that time no minister or priest had so closely endeared himself personally to so many people Yet for more than thirty years of that time tits duties were not those of the parish priest who goes directly into the hornet of his flock and personally hears all their sorrows and hopes baptizing the babies marrying the young and burying the dead He was Vicar General charged with the financial ordering and biwioeas affairs of the diocese and several charitable and educa tional societies But the first few years of his parochial service served to im press him upon those who are now the older residents of Louisville and through them he somehow managed to keep in touch and sympathy with the younger generations It was wonderful bow many people knew Father Bouchet and Low many he knew Never WM there a more singular a- more eccentric a wore contradictorily gifted wart who MM Wa gifts sad hk u n 7 winning personality so little for his own I purpose or more generously for the hap piness and benefit of others and for the carrying out of the mission he had undertaken among men Simple as a child in many things shrewd in many wise and tolerant be was at once sage and child but above all things unselfish and unpretentious He never seemed to think of himself except occasionally as an afterthought but in the carrying out of his duties as administrator of his heavy charges he was farseeing shrewd and practical Since Benedict Joseph Flaget came to Louisville in 1792 on his way to the Vincennes mission and looked over the ground where he was afterward to found the old See of Bardstown there have been a number of strong individual ities developed in the Catholic church in Kentucky None exceeded in simple power and force Bishop Flaget himself but such priests as Father Theodore Stephen Bsdin Father Durbin and Father Bouchet together with the oldest happily now living Father Bax im pressed themselves wonderfully upon the affections of their flocks Of all these Father Bouchet had the most varied and interesting personality He was a bun dIe of those contradictions all honorable and noble in quality which attract and win regard and confidence He was as much a celebrated personage of this city as Pere Antoine was of New Orleans and the simple eccentricities of his kindly life added zest to his acquaintance- The story told in the Herald yesterday morning of his many curious activities his singular inventive genius of his mastery of languages of his absent mindedness and his tireless energy in the performance of his duties serves to indicate what a rarely gifted man he was and yet how hp set aside all the tempta tions to turn away from the single pur pose he had in view that is of perform ing his mission in his church as he saw it When Bishop Spalding fin 1853 sought in Holland for volunteers for missionary work In Kentucky he said to the seminarians There are no rewards to be expected You must expect in stead hard fare and not much of it But there is hard work There is a great opportunity for saving souls which is the work of the missionary Father Bouchet was one of the volunteers and he had the hard fare and the abundant work He remained a missionary to the llast keeping nothing for himself giving all he got to the church and the poor It was a noble and a generous life Since Bishop McCloskey began about twenty years ago his policy of building wayside churches instead of great churches Father Bouchet had been his devoted and active right band immersed in the many cares of the parishes He died in harness as every active man wants to die Up to the very last he did his duty As a sincere servant of God it was particularly beautiful that the fatal stroke found him on his knees alone in his prayers and he passed away at the first dawn of Easter morning after the heavy duties of Lent bad been com plied with All over Louisville there are many Protestant as well as Catholic who will regret the passing away of this noble and kindly old man COL WHALLEN WON The horse and buggy offered as a prize for the benefit of St Aloysius church on Payne street was won by Col John H Whalleu who held ticket No 463 The drawing took place Tuesday and a hand some sum was realized ST CECILIAS BAZAR The bazar for St Cecilias church that opened Monday night in the school hall on St Cecilia street will continue till next Wednesday The ladies of the Altar Society have consented to again serve their famous Sunday dinner and supper tomorrow This will be glad news to residents of the West End who yet remember the bounteous feast prepared for them by these good ladies one year ago SAFEGUARD CHARACTER A girl can not be too careful about her character for like a snowy lily the least blemish tarnishes its beauty Some girls do not really mean any harm but they seem to lack a delicate sense of propriety and frequently invite criticism of an unkind nature They laugh loudly make acquaintances too freely and cons aider reticence a requisite best suited for our grandmothers day The girl who is slow to make acquaintances is gener ally speaking the best sort of a girl When you get to know her you feel her worthy and place her on the list of your friends with a feeling of pleasure A little dignity is an excellent thing It checks the familiarity of others and af fords a superior attitude of mind The girl who is really up to date in her ideas follows the dictates of good form Thus she proves herself to be wellbred and smart shielding herself from the un pleasantness that is sure to come from a careless demeanor THINGS TO FORGET If you would increase your happiness and prolong your life forget your neigh bors faults Forget all the slander you have ever heard Forget the tempta tions Forget the faultfinding and give a little thought to the cause which provokes it Forget the peculiarities of your friends and only remember the good points which make you fond of them Forget all the personal quarrels or histories you may have heard by accident i which if repeated would seem a thousand times worse than they really are Blot out as far as possible all the disagreeables life they will come but they will grow larger when you remember them and constant thought of the acts of meanness makes you more famil iar with them Obliterate everything disagreeable from yesterday start out anew with a clean heart today so that you stay write upon a clean sheet for sweet memorys sake only those things which are pure and lovely Haad this paper to your elgkbor REV FATHER BAX CONTINUED FROM FIRST PAGE Very Rev Father John Mackey rector of the Cathedral in Cincinnati At 9 oclock the clergy began to appear processionbeganthe Catholic Knights of America formed an arch front the rectory to the center door of the church and between the men composing this arch walked those who were to take part in the solemn cere monies Led by a cross bearer clad in a black cassock and white surplice walked several scores of acolytes attired in new and handsome red cassocks and white surplices Following these came the Franciscan Fathers the Dominicans the Passionists the Resurrectionists and secular priests Then came Father Bax who was to celebrate the mass and his deacon and subdeacon Next came Right Rev Abbot Obrecht of Getbse mani abbey and Archbishop William Henry Elder Those who were to officiate in the ceremonies of the mass and the chief dignitaries of the church took places in the sanctuary while many of the priests had to find seats in the pews Behind the priests sat members of the Xaverian brotherhood and Sisters of CharityA of police in charge of Lieut James Kinnarney was on band to prevent undue crowding Inside the charge of seating the people was committed to Messrs Paul Watson Richard Hill John Watson Ben J Metcalf James Meehary Frank Smith John T Garaghty Every thing moved like clockwork just as it has always been since Father Bax has been pastor of St Johns congregation Miss Dymphna Veeneman a niece of Father Bax presided at the organ Be sides her own choir she was assisted by the members of many other choirs and by the full orchestra under the direction of Prof Eichhorn The music was sublimely beautiful Mercedantes mass was given with grand effect After the Gospel the Very Rev Father John Mackey rector of the Cathedral at Cincinnatiarose and preached the sere mon which it is to be regretted can not be published in full Father Mackey was a student at St Thomas Seminary near Bardstown under Father Bax nearly fifty years ago He said it afforded him particular pleasure to be called upon to assist et his golden sacerdotal jubilee After the mass Father Bax approached the altar railing and thanked his friends in the congregation individually and col lectively for what they had done toward making his Jubilee celebration a success He also thanked the Vincentiaus and the Catholic Knights of America for their presence and concluded by asking all to join in singing the Te Deum After this hymn of praise the procession of priests and acolytes returned to the rec tory in the order they entered the church Father Bax raised his hand and blessed his people who knelt in reverence as he passed down the aisle Among the digni taries of the church already mentioned who were present were Monsignor Mur ray of Cincinnati and Father Brossart of Covington Ky who came as a repre sentative of the venerable Bishop Maes The festivities closed with an elegant dinner served in the school hall at which the priests and dignitaries sat down A programme of toasts had been arranged with the Rev Father Charles P Raffo as toastuiaaler but out of respect to the Right Rev Monsignor Bouchet the toasts were eliminated DERBY AND RACES Loulsvillo Jockey Club Looks Forward to Its Greatest Meeting The spring meeting of the New Louis ville Jockey Club promises to surpass everything in the past in the history of Kentucky racing For the Derby there seems certain a large number of starters and this classic event will be more than ordinarily interesting from the fact that the winner will be hard to pick so evenly are the numerous candidates matched Charles F Price will be in the judges stand which of itself is a guarantee of fine sport With him will be President Grainger and Frank Brann as associate judges There are a great number of horses at the track all the leading stables of the country being anxious to partici pate in this great meeting The Derby will be run on Saturday May 2 The officers am all busy these days but Assist ant Secretary Dressen always finds time to furnish any information desired- JEFFERSONVILLE The ladies of St Augustines church in Jeffersonville will open their bazar next Wednesday night at Spieths Theater For some weekspast they have been making preparations for this bazar by which they hope to realize a nice sum for the church work in which they are engaged Rev Fatter OConnell and the prominent Irishmen of the city will be there every night lo assist the ladies in entertaining their friends There will be a hearty welcome for visitors from Louis ville and New Albany DANCE PARTY Invitations are out for another of the delightful euchre and dance parties given by Trinity Council Y M L to be held Thursday night at the club house Before the dancing which begins at 10 oclock a number of valuable prizes will be ds distributed The affair is in the hands of a competent committee headed by Andrew Kiefer CARD OP THANKS To our friends we wish to extendour thanks for many acts of kindness shown us during the long illness and at the death of our husband and father James Harris We thank the Fathers of St Louis Bertrand church the Ancient Order of Hibernians Molders Union Knights aad Ladies of Honor aad donors o r THIS LITTLE BANK Will RemindYou To Save And 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 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Sttt t t t I I r HENRY CLAUERr TICiTiJ O1NUD 11oaFine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 407 E JEFFERSON ST 1 428 and 430 1 Branch Mouse 90S West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET o C t IRELAND Record of the Host Important ol1 the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The outbreak of smallpox in Dublin continues to increase The death took place at Rathgar of Alderman Patrick Ryan who had filled II the Mayoral chair of Wexford for two termsThe I laborers engaged in the construc tion of the new railway from Goolds Cross to Cashel and who struck for higher wages a week ago have now returned to work at the old ratethree pence per hour The Clareman offices and premises at Ennis were seized on Saturday by the sub Sherlff in satisfaction for the damages and costs awarded to McInerney Ennls tymon in connection with the recent libel action The damages exclusive of costs amounted to 2500 On Saturday morning a woman named Fanny Cox died at Caheney near Gar vagh County Derry in her 107th year For very many years she followed the calling of a dealer in eggs She was one the eleven persons in the county who were returned in the recent census as of 100 years old and upwards- A tI farmer named Clarke of Bally acuity has been remanded by the Antrim Magistrates He was recently married and according to custom the country folk surrounded his house and cheered The demonstrations were repeated on subse quent nights and becoming exasperated it is alleged Clarke fired a shot wounding four men one seriously- A young man named Jeremiah Gainey son of a farmer residing at the Marsh Aigbadoor was a passenger in a train proceeding to Schull When coming to Church Cross station near Skibbereen and while the train was in motion he jumped out and got caught between the carriage and platform and was crushed to death He was about eighteen years of age and of respectable parentage County Court Judge Dane lied March 22 at Rathnilly Trim County Meath in his fiftieth year Judge Dane represented North Fermanagh in Parliament from 1892 to 1898 and in the latter year was appointed County Court Judge for Mayo In a somewhat difficult county he commanded the respect and confi dence of all sections of the people When at the bar he was a member of the north eastern circuit Some sensation has been arousedat the intelligence of the alleged poisoning of two soldiers of the artillery regiment a few days since at Clogheen The men were taken suddenly ill and were re moved to the hospital where they were treated It appears that the men had been drinking in a public house in the town in company with oome women when it is suspected that poison was administered to them in the drink Toward the close of the days hunting i with the route hounds at Kilraugbts Ballymoney a series of unfortunate accidents occurred A young gentleman named Lyle who resides in the neigh borhood had a fall which occasioned I concussion of the brain Robert MooreII of Corteen Bolernfne had his collarbone fractured by a fall when jumping fence and Mr Kernohan of Ballymena sus tained a severe general shaking in a simi lar manner One of the horses engaged I in the hunt fell dead when returning I homeFrancis Allman who was a prominent figure in all the philanthropic work car ried on in Cork for the last half century is dead He was well known as an active member of the body of Protestants who gave Father Mathew such loyal support during his work in the temper ance movement In politics he held very liberal views and his sister was married to Mr Justin McCarthy Few men possessed the respect and esteem to the same extent of all creeds and classes and very genuine regret will be felt at the news of his death Of late heavy storms have been blow ing over the Galway district almost approaching in fury the gale of three weeks ago At Suckeen where there are a large number of small thatched houses a sadaffair occurred by which an old woman named Mary Connell aged fifty years met instantaneous death by the gable end of the house which she occu pied falling in upon her The poor woman was sitting at the fireside a child being with her The child saw what was coming and ran out but the mother was not quick enough to escape- R Co Colhoun General Manager of the Great Southern and Western railway I of Ireland is dead Colhoun occupied the position of General Manager of this chief Irish railway system for about twenty years having been appointed in succession to the late George IIberryJJ He wss an official of great experience and his ability was conspicuously proved I during the Parliamentary proceedings for the amalgamation of the Great Southern and Western railway with the Waterford and Limerick system which was effected a couple of years ago Rev Father Quigley of Enniscorthy made an eloquent appeal to the people of I Abbeyfeale to support the antl treating principle that had been adopted to com bat the evils of intemperance in thec country and to destroy what was erron t eously called an old Irish custom but t which was in reality a practice introduced into the country by the English andtt Dutch soldiers who accompanied Cromwell and the English invaders of their country SOO years ago Large numbers took the pledge and became enrolled members Branches of the League have been also established in Athca Tourna fulla and Mouutcollin In two months hence the Cork International 1 Exhibition which proved such a remarkable success last summer wlUI aln be opened to the public Its claim to be one of the finest industrial exhibi tions ever put before the public has been universally recognized and the Chairman and committee hope during the e coming summer to still further justify its title to bc one of the most notabl successes known in exhibition enterprise Already efforts are in full swing to pro vide a host of attractions that are certain to please every conceivable taste fromI youth to old age The magnificent ex panse of ground on which the exhibitionI stands comprising forty acres will be filled with a unique and unrivaled selec lion of every form of sport and enter tainmentAn which has been attendedl callI way y MtchaellForde1 I of the night goods train from Sligo bound for Dublin Forde was engagedIII marshaling wagons that were being shunted While crossing the rails in the vicinity of the goods store it would seemI I I as if Forde struck his foot against some hard obstacle with the result that he was thrown down and before he wasI able to get on to his feet again three I wagons passed over his legs almost com pletely severing them from the body Joseph Warner stationmaster and Stephen Carney signalman at once hadII the unfortunate man conveyed to the County Infirmary Both legs were ampu tated but poor Forde never rallied and succumbed to his terrible injuries MACKIN COUNCIL Orders Another Note Paid and Is Almost Out of Debt The members of Mackin Council Y M I were near in better spirits than II last Tuesday night As is generally known this progressive organization of Catholic young men some few years ago purchased a handsome property on Twentysixth street for club house and meeting purposes Many improvements I were made and the council found itself in debt well up in the thousands Noth ing daunted however the boys went earnestly to work and note after note was paid until on January 1 of this year I but six remained Tuesday nights financial statements were receivedwith i applause after which the second n for 1903 was ordered paid leaving oteII four which the members hope to meet this summer I President Murphy occupied the chair andwith his fellow officers conferred the I degrees upon Pat J Welsh and William Moser The committee arranging for the degree work reported that they I would be ready to exemplify the new ritual daring the month of May The Chair announced the appointment of a new investigating committee the members of which are George J Lautz Hugh J Higgins and Vincent Smith It was also announced that the next meet ing wold be an important one the special business being the amendment of the by lawsDan Weber reported that complete arrangements had been made for the select dance to be given under the auspices of Mackin Council at Fountain Ferry on Tuesday evening April 28 The committee assure their friends an evening of tare enjoyment andwill spare neither pains nor expense to sur pass all previous records BUCKINGHAM Reeves Famous Big Company the stellar attraction of the vaudeville stage comes to the Buckingham next week Besides the great banjoist the company BANJOIST AL REEVES contains some very clever comedians With two new and uptodate burlettas handsomely costumed and well staged there will be a highclass vaudeville olio in which Miss Isabella Hurd will be seen to great advantage The Buckingham has a firm hold bu the theatergoing public and next weeks bill should draw such houses as will break the record L HOPKINS THEATER The best bIlLfthe season is an nounced for next week nt Hopkins Theater The headliners are Clay Clement and compaliy who appear InliThe Barons Love Story its first production in this city Fo and Walter Henley will present laughable oneact comedy and Charley Guyer and Nellie Daly will convulse all with their sketch Some thing Doing ifiesides the foregoing there will be art olio of rare merit and the popular playhouse should be thronged at every performance MACAULEYS Julia Marlowe one of the most gifted actresses in the world will appear at Macanleys Theater inliThe Cavalier for four performances beginning next Thursday InThe Cavalier Miss Marlowe will hate a rare chance to exhibit her ability a versatility She Is B particular favorite in Louisville and the advance sale of seats indicates that she will draw large houses We are BOW fatty equippecNodo all istrrdr oft 1 III- 9jX r 0- J 9jX f r HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing WeekGeneraltNews Notes Let us do your printing Division 3 meets Monday night Division 8 of Springfield Mass has a football team- Wednesday night there will be a large class to be initiated by Division 4 Friday night there was a good repre sentation of Hibernians at the bazar for St Cecilias church William S Nally and Patrick J lee han were elected to membership by Division 1 Tuesday night A division of the order was instituted the first of this month by State Secretary Farley at Oneida N Y starting off with a membership of thirtysix IThe Visiting Committee of Division 1 reported three members on the sick list this week They are William Claire Thomas Carroll and James QuinnIDelegates should bear in mind the next assembly ot the County Board There should be no delay if the divisions are to give a union field day this summer The Rovers of Division 27 of Natick Mass will play the Garryowens of Malden a game of Gaelic football at Sunnyside Park Natick on Monday for a purse of 100 I Division 3 has quite a large number of candidates awaiting the degrees The degree team has done excellent work and it will be interesting to witness their eveningI next Tuesday night As there are no meetings that night on this side of the river Louisville Hibernians will have an ex cellent opportunity to visit their Indiana brethren The attendance was unusually small at the meeting of Division 1 Tuesday night Large numbers of the members went with the St Vincent de Paul Society and Catholic Knights to the jubilee exercises in honor of Father Bax In response to the circular letter re schoolsi I Tuesday night appoint Messrs John Dolan and Robert Brady special committee to secure s among the members They will per wellI of Division 1 offrlI Minneapolis a pace was set for the other divisions throughout the city that will1 make things lively for them in the contest which has already commenced for new members The old pioneer division had an initiation of a class of twentyfour l new candidates most of whom were i young men State Presidents Regan and Clarke and Prof Kenny of St Paul I were present and aided in the ceremo Ji nies of conferring the degrees The work j was very impressive throughout and theI meeting was one of the most enthusiastic in the history of Minneapolis Hiber nianism RESOLUTIONS The following resolutions of condolence- of Division 4 Ancient Order of Hiber nians were passed upon the death off James Harris which occurred two weeks agoWhereas Almighty God in His infinite wisdom has seen fit to take unto Himself Ills faithful servant and our esteemed brother James Harris and Whereas By the death of Brother Har ris the church has lost a faithful and zealous member Division 4 one of its most ardent workers the community a public spirited and upright citizen and his family a most kind and loving father beitResolved That submitting humbly to Gods holy will we regret with heartfelt sorrow the sad death of our brother and extend to his departedI I relatives our deepest and most heartfelt sympaty in their untimely bereavement IIResolvedII published in the Kentucky Irish American and that they be spread on the records of this division and that a copy of them be sent to his family AUDITORIUM Manager Camp of the Auditorium has completedarrangements by which Weber and Fields with their allstar stockI company from New York will visit Louisville on their annual spring tour and gIve one performance of Twirly Whirly on the evening of May 11 The company consists of Lillian Russell William Collier Peter F Dailey Fay Templeton Louise Allen John T Kelly Charles A Bigelow Weber and Fields themselves and the famous WeberField chorus which has no equal for looks or grace The organization numbering 125 people carries all the scenery andCQS tumes used IK the New York production which ran fur thirtyfive weeks That the engagement will be enjoyed by the people of Louisville is guaranteed THEY DID NOT REST The Knights of Rest Outing Club held their annual ball and reception Monday night at Phocuix lull Park scoring another big social and financial success Not one of the many members rested a moment All their time was devoted to making the evening a pleasant one for their friends who were there in hundreds Many men prominent in official and business life also were there to show their appreciation of this popular and liberal organization that spends hun dreds of dollars annually in providing rest and refreshment for large numbers VICTORY FOR WATHEN The United States District Court dismissed the suit of Cuscaden against Wathen the well known icecream manu facturer last Monday Cuscadens attorney making the motion For some years Wathen has been manufacturing brick Ice cream and his opponent alleged in fringement of one of his patents but Failed to sustain the charge Q c J MORGAN CHINN 0- m I IOFMERCER COUNTY CANDIDATE FOR Clerk Court of Appeals Subject to Action of the Democratic Primary May 9 WILLIAM B OCONNELL OF MERCER COUNTY FOR CHIEF DEPUTY I t I me Giias fl Rogers BOOK GO I+ having recently incorporated and added new capital to a now prepared to furnish all kinds of 5- I BOOKtbMAGAi NS AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION + I I PICTURE FRAMING A FULL LING OF EASTER + 5bS3b w Jeffe L SPECIALTYJf + + + + + + + + + t + + + 4 + + FRflNK FEflR BREWING 60INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY I Z II I 1 i I FdE F lE Ilf i lOranW Smiths Sons i ifli DirectorsIN I IiI And Embalmers iuij U 1 MISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer = Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice = MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET I l1liTELEPHONE 810 I UDmnDnDu DDDDftDnnUUnDftD DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BRE0rING ANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUJSVJLL ICY UIDUUDU I11 El UUUDDDDID ftIfZ II Muldoon MOnUITI6nt GomAdilU I DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF= = = ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE I i I I rionumenls B iiArtistic Work Only Solicits Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy i I IIDftDZIDIDZDIUDHftDI JJoo7ree fn1rVfsr e rat fttekferr PenmtlltfhipShor71ullz e- niy ll ins = 7lfrllglty 0 fend forMtaf4ue as JgUlPlIillt1tJ Seven experienced teachers each one A specialist in his line We are now in mr new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged ichool building in the South Visitors always welcome School open all year Students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT President JO HIM XS FRANK r 1 WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 1400140 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE Y 0- i