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Digital page images are linked to the text file. i IRISH OLUME YNO 26 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 25 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS SLANDERS Are Being Circulated Out in tho State Against Gov J C W Boclclmm Political Enemies Are Seeking to Injure Ills Good Name The Governor Did Not Ignore Invitation to Bishops Jubilee SENT KIND AND COURTEOUS LETTER f t Certain designing persons have started rumor to the effect that Gov J C W Beckham had intentionally slighted the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey by ignor ing an invitation to attend his jubilee banquet and the preceding ceremonies at the Cathedral of the Assumption last October This is a deliberate falsehood and the person who started this rumor knew it to be untrue but he was a politi cal partisan opposed to Gov Beckhams renomination as a Gubernatorial candi dateThe facts are these Last October our Right Rev Bishop celebrated his golden sacerdotal jubilee or the fiftieth anni versary of his ordination to the priest hood The men of the diocese lent their aid their time and money toward mak ing this jubilee a success For more than six weeksbefore the appointed time the clergy and the laity were holding meetings every week and separate com mittees were meeting every night Michael J Duffy was Chairman of the General Committee and upon him devolved the responsibility of appointing the Chairmen of the various subcom mittees One of the most Important of these Chairmanships was that of the Committee on Invitations To this im portant position Mr Duffy after careful deliberation appointed City Assessor Daniel F Murphy Mr Murphy is noted for his ability to do the right thing at the right time and he filled the Chairman ship of the Committee on Invitations biterthattflinyOtlf pei36tlcbadif7if- illedc it- Among others Mr Murphy invited to attend the ceremonies at the Cathedral and subsequent banquet at the Louisville Hotel His Excellency Gov Beckham Gov Beckham acknowledged the re ceipt of the letter and expected to be present but another matter came up that precluded his attendance and he notified Mr Murphy of this fact in a courteous letterMr Murphy was visited this week by a representative of the Kentucky Irish American and asked if it were true as was being circulated that Gov Beckham had ignored the invitation to attend the banquet given in honor of the Bishop Nothing could be further from the truth said Mr Murphy As Chair man of the committee I invited him as I invited others Gov Beckham accepted the invitation both for himself and for his wife His letter was kind and courte eous and expressed great appreciation of the invitation to attend such a noteworthy event I am sure that he had every in tention of being present but matters of a character that could not be foreseen arose and he was compelled to absent himself I am sure he had no intention of slight ing the Bishop nor of affronting the Catholics of this diocese Gov Beckham then wrote another courteous letter to Chairman Murphy explaining hii inability to attend and the incident was explained and understood by those present and by the great mass of Catholics in Louisville and entire dioctse Both Mr Duffy and Mr Murphy were highly incensed when they learned that such slanderous reports were being circulated The various members of the gen eral committee and subcommittees are also incensed that the name of Bishop McCloskey has been drawn into politics and do not hesitate to express their dis approval of the tactics of the opponents of Gov Beckham Here in Louisville the facts were well known and here Gov Bcckbam needs no defense In the rural districts it is different There are certain large communities in Kentucky where the population is almost entirely Catholic It is in those communities that the insidious and designing politician is circulating these false reports It is for these com munities that the Kentucky Irish Ameri can has taken the trouble to get an expression of the facts in the case from Mr Murphy Gov Beckham has at all times proven himself an able and broad minded gen tleman Since his advent into the Guber natorial chair he has distributed the offices to the people he thought best fitted to fill them regardless of creed or nationality Among his many appointments was that of Judge Matt ODoherty to a place on the bench in the Jefferson Circuit Court Mr ODoherty is an IrishAmerican and a Catholic More over be is the first of his race and creed to be seated on the Circuit bench in Louisville either by appointment of the Governor or election of the people This alone should show that Gov Beck ham is not antagonistic to Catholics He is far above any such petty bigotry and right minded people will not hesitate to beingcirculated o DEATHS SUMMONS Answered by John M Nehan a Well Known Louisville Contractor John M Nehan one of the best and most favorably known IrishAmericans in the city died at his residence 243d West Chestnut street last Friday afternoon lie had been ill for more than two weeks and his death was not unexpected Mr Nehan had been a remarkably healthy man all his life until he was attacked several weeks ago by bronchial pneumonia liven his vigorous constitution could not stand the ravages of this dread disease and he succumbed slowly but manfully realizing his condition and fortified by the last sacraments Mr Nehan was born in County Cork Ireland more than sixty years ago He came to America when quite a young man and was engaged as a cotton planter near New Orleans When the civilwar broke out he cast his die on the side of the Confederates and served as a valiant soldier during the war Soon after he moved to Louisville Mr Nehan was a thrifty and shrewd business man He became a contractor and was engaged in a partnership with Richard Bannon After the latters death Mr Nehan carried on the contracting business in his own name but several years ago gave it up to devote his entire time to his real estate interests He married Miss Lizzie Lincoln in 1868 and she with five chil dren survive him The sons are James LI Dennis J and Harry Nehan The daughters are Mrs William H Thomas and Mrs H H Meredith Mr Nehan also leaves one sister Mrs Thomas M GoldenThe took place from St Charles church at 915 oclock Monday morning Rev Father Charles P Raffo celebrated solemn high mass of requiem He was assisted by the Rev Father Dominic F Crane and the Rev Father P M J Rock The interment was in St Louis cemetery The pallbearers were HonoraryJohn- B Stickler Dr Cornelius P Meredith Mace Lleber Con J ONeil Basil Doer hoefer Charles N White John M Mc Ateer and Barney Campbell Active Daniel E Doherty Edward N Doherty Peter M OReilley Charles OConnor Edward T Tierney Sigismund Raffo John J Ryan and John Mooney The funeral was largely attended by the many friends of the deceased and itreii isynlpathptt eitEiadtfl reaved family I MORAN RESIGNS Has Decided to Leave tho Louisville Packing Company John Moran has resigned as Superin tendent of the Louisville Packing Com pany and it is likely that he will be at the head of a new company to be started in this city His resignation will take effect May 1 Mr Moran is one of the best known packinghouse men in the country and has for years been closely associated with John Cudahy Mr Moran learned the packing busi ness in Ireland and before he was twenty years old came to America and secured a place in the Chicago stockyards His energy and ability soon brought him into notice and his promotion was rapid In 1877 he started in business for himself with J T Healy as a partner They made money rapidly until the panic of 1893 when the firm failed leaving Mr Moranseveral thousand dollars in debt However he secured lucrative employment with other packing houses and soon paid off every dollar of his indebtedness In 1893 he removed to Louisville where he was made Superintendent of the Louis ville Packing County Through his fore sight aud intelligence he caused this city to take rank as a leading pork packing center In speaking of his change Mr Moran said I will not leave Louisville but I have found what I believe to be a better openingHis friends here wish him suc cess in whatever venture he undertakes CUPID WAS BUSY Cupid was busy this week in New Al bany his darts falling in both Holy Trinity and St Marys parishes Tuesday morning Rev Father Kelly of Holy Trinity united in the holy bonds of wed lock Miss Margaret Graf mid John Beeler well known young people of our sister city On Wednesday morning the union of Miss Josephine Rietz and William Blasius was also solemnized after the nuptial mass celebrated by Father Kelly They are among the most popular of the younger people of New Albany and the ceremony was witnessed by a large number of their friends and admirers whose best wishes will follow them through life Rev Dean Faller of St Marys offi ciated Tuesday evening at the marriage of Miss Fannie Day and Edgar Jeffries who is making a great reputation as a civil engineer The bride is the lovely daughter of Stephen Day 1517 Ekin avenue The happy young couple leave Monday for Denver where they will make their future home CATHOLIC CLUB DINNER The Catholic Club held its monthly meeting and dinner at the Louisville Hotel Monday night Dillon Mapother presided and addresses were wade by IFO1JerI I r n PREPARATIONS Are Being Made for Annual Celebration of the Central Committee First Sunday in Juno Chosen as the Day for the Street Parade Matter of Purchasing a Banner Will Bo Taken Up Later IMPORTANT BUSINESS TRANSACTED That hustling and energetic body of Catholic gentlemen known as the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America held a meeting Friday night and the business transacted was of great importance to every member of the order President Michael Reichert called the meeting to order and then excused him self as he had another meeting to attend Newton G Rogers was chosen to preside in his stead Nearly every branch was representedJonathan Thickstun of the Jefferson ville branch reported progress for the Auditing Committee which was allowed further time C A Hill reported in behalf of the committee on organization that his committee was waiting on the report of the medical examiner before organizing St Matthews branch With the approval of the entire body Joseph P McGinn was selected to act as Chair man of the Entertainment Committee for the year 1003 He was also em powered to select his tour associates On behalf of the Directory Committee Al P Martin reported progress Mr McGinn of the same committee stated that a meeting bad been held but that no conclusion would be arrived at until an estimate of the cost of the proposed directory could be obtained He said the idea of the members of the committee was to secure enough advertisements to pay for the cost of printing Edward Neuhaus stated that he had looked into the cost ofprintingand that It would be r5o per page for tt bolis Harry Veeneman stated that the an nual celebration would be held on the first Sunday in May On motiou of Mr McGinn the date of the annual celebra tion and street parade was changed to the first Sunday in June and the entire matter was left in the hands of Mr McGinn as Chairman of the Committee on Entertainment The matter of pur chasing a banner to carry in the parade was discussed and then postponed till the next meeting v W C Smith spoke in behalf of a reso lution which will be introduced at the next meeting of the Supreme Council relating to the issue of only twentyfour assessments per annum After the dis cussion of several minor matters the meeting adjourned The annual celebration each year is a great benefit to the Catholic Knights of America The members assemble in their respective branch halls and forming in parade move to the next hall where another branch joins them This is con tinued until all the branches are in line when they march to a designated church where an appropriate address is delivered by the pastor of the church The church at which all the members will meet this year has not yet been selected The banquet given last Sunday evening by St Boniface branch in celebration of its twentyfifth anniversary was a most enjoyable affair President Ed mund Rapp presented Urban Stengel who acted as toastmaster Short but well timed responses to toasts were made by a number of prominent members of the order and Edward Neuhaus made the address for the branch Tomorrow evening the members of St Martins branch will have a happy gathering to celebrate their silver jubilee This is one of the banner branches and with such hustlers as Charles Falk Mike Reichert the two Gensles and others to make the arrangements a jolly time is assured all who attend The meeting will be held in St Martins Hall an among the guests will be the State officers I and members of the Central Committee SPRING MEETING Of the New Louisville Jockey Club Begins Next Saturday The spring meeting of the New Louis ville Jockey Club will begin next Satur day May 2 and will continue until May 19 Of course there will be no races on Sunday Churchill Downs where the races will be held is more attractive than ever this year The Kentucky Derby a classic event in the sport of kings will be run on May 2 Next in importance from a turf standpoint to the Kentucky Derby comes the Clark handicap which will be run on May 0 The other stake events will be run as follows The Debutante stakes May 4 the Bluegrass stakes May 7 the Nursery stakes for twoyearspldi on May Jlithe Bashford Manor stakes on May Hi the Frank Fehr stakes oa May 18Jthe JaveaHe stakM oa May 18 end lire Kentucky Oaks on May l- nL Steeplechases will be Rwen on Ute days that intervene between tlje stake races The Louisville Joke Club began its career in 1875 when W P McGraths7 Arlstides won the Kentucky Derby Since then n period Jpf twentyeight ii years interest in this great annual race I has never waned Thi year the club has been rejuvenated bthe addition of new blood Mayor Charges F Grainger is President Charles F Price Secretary and Manager Matt J Vinn Vice Presi dent and J C Board fan Treasurer These gentlemen withy a number of others have expended thousands of dol lars in erecting a new club house and in rehabililating the grand stand and other buildings All in all tue spring meeting this year bids fair to eclipse any other twentyeight HANDSOME f JCourtesy Extondeqjby Col John H Whallen t Fathor OGrady Horse and BuggylReturncd to Rector of St Aloysius Church 1 Letters Exchanged Between Donor and Clergyman Show Good Fedllug If GRACIOUS GIFT OFA GENTLEMAN s a Last week it was Jhepjeasure of the Kentucky Irssh Amercan to announce that Col John H Whallen held ticket No 463 which won Rhe valuable horse and handsome buggy offered as a prize for the benefit of Sts Aloysius church This week it IS also a pleasure to announce that Col John H Whallen pre sented the horse and buggy which he won to the Rev Father OGrady rector of St Aloysius parish f The story is best told by the letters tinti passed between Col WJiallen and Father OGrady The first letter is as follows LOUISVIUB KYApriljI8 1903 Rev rAx+ OiHisd eSt AloY8iil1J ChurchDear Sir I was recently in formed by the boys in the office that I was the lucky winner of the horse and buggy disposed of on April 14 Of course I am very proud to be the suc cessful holder of the lucky number 463 but I am particularly proud of the oppor tunity it affords me to make youa present of this horse and buggy in which I hope that you will enjoy many pleasant and profitable rides Always with best wishes allow me to remain yours truly JOHN H WHAMBN To this the Rev Father OGrady re pliedST AIOYSIUS CHOUGH 1325 PAYNE STREET LOOISVIMX KYCol John If WhallenDear Sir On learning the identity of the winner of horse and buggy I was very much pleased know ing that the animal to which fwas much attached would be taken good care of The cordial courteous and good natured manner that characterize the presentation to us of this your good fortune which I honestly aver I did not expect appeal to me to hold you dearly and pleasantly in memory as among my best friends Sincerely and gratefully yoursJ A OGRADY Rector OVER CENTURY MARK West End Hibernians Preparing For a Big Time Next Month From present indications Kentuckys representatives to the Hibernian national convention next year will report as large- a percentage of increase in membesbip any State in the Union This statement is based upon the work now being done by the four Louisville divisions especially lastdState convention has gained over 25 per cent in members in goodstanding A gold medal willbe awarded the Hibernian bringing in the largest number of candi dates between nowand July 1 President Cavanaugh and the members present were jubilant Tuesday night when the report of Secretary Burns was read It showed Division 3 to be as strong financially as any in the State and the membership over the century mark Patrick J White and John Hourigan were elected members and two applications were received The invitation to attend the Hibernian bazar in New Albany was accepted and Division 1 of that city may look for a large turnout from Louisville on Hiber nian night May 7 The other local divisions will also be invited and all will doubtless unite and attend in a body The next meeting which occurS Mon day My 4 will be a rowing one Ar rangements are being perfected for a union initiation to which all Hibernians are invited Upon this occaaioa County President Pat Sulfivan will read a paper and at the social session to follow refreshments la abundance will j e served Thee Hospitality of the wan of the West End is unsurpassed and all who esa wlll be with ifthorn c Ii L e rt MISSION At tile St Louis Bortrnuds Church Was a Great Success Tho Mme Almost Outshone the Women in Point of Attendance Eloquent Dominicans Attracted Great Crowds Morning and Evening A SEASON OF GRACE AND PRAYER This is the second and last week of the mission tt St Louis Bertrands church The success has been not only beyond expectation but wonderful The mission was given by the Rev Fathers Cahill Hinch and OConnor O P of St Vincent Ferrers Convent New York City These Dominicans ara all orators and have drawn the people to them and to the church by the force of their elo quence Truly it has been a time of grace to the people of the St Louis Ber trands congregation and very few failed to take advantage of it The mission opened at the late mass on Easter Sunday and will close tomorrow evening The first week was forwomen and the second for men The childrens mission was given during three days of the present week Both men andwomen were allowed to attend the morning serv ices each week No services are held on Saturday nights as the priests de vote their entire time to hearing con fessions St LouisDertrands church is one of the largest and is considered by many the handsomest church in the city It is in deed a beautiful edifice and inspires the visitor with religious fervor even if no religious ceremonies are in progress The marble altars the grotto of Lourdes the magnificent crucifix and the various statues all remind us that God made us and that Him alone we must serve There is nothing gaudy about the decorations yet everything has a cheerful and bright appearance Now add to this the eloquence of a Dominican clad In white cassock and black cloak and there is no man who has a spark of faith who will resist his entreaties to make his peace with the God who made him It is not strange that many women vis ited the church and took part in the devotions during the mission but it is wonderful to many that so many men attended night after night and morning after morning The first mass each week day began at 5 oclock and was followed by a short instruction The entire service was over at 510 oclock Between 1000 and 1200 men attended this mass At 8 oclock there was another mass fol lowed by a sermon At this mass proba bly not more than 200 then were present men whose business did not call them to be on duty until 9 oclock or later and others who worked all night but who sacrificed a few hours of sleep for the benefit of their souls One gentleman a Catholic too by the way who recently removedto Louisville from a point out inthe State said to a representative of the Kentucky Irish AmericanThese are the greatest churchgoing people I have ever seen I thought I was a pretty good Catholic but these people beat me I went to church last night heard a good sermon and went to bed happy but I could not sleep It was tramp tramp tramp past the house until after 1030 oclock men going home from confession Before 5 oclock this morning the tramp tramp began again and I just had to get up in selfdefense and go to church Im going to make that mission Thus it is that the devotion and ex ample of A few will lead many to follow in their footsteps At least 1400 men attended the services at night After the sermon tomorrow night the Papal bene diction will be given when the Domini cans expect all who have made the mission to be present BOUND FOR EUROPE Happy Party of Loulsvllllana Will Cross the Briny Deep Rev Father Felten pastor of St Augustines church at Fourteenth and Broadway Mr and Mrs Ben Horstman and Mr and Mrs Louis Hugelmeyer formed a party which left here last Thursday en route to Europe They will sail together on Saturday aboard the steamer Kaiser Wilhelm II This party of Louisville GermanAmericans will go direct to Paris and after seeing the sights there will visit their respective homes Father Felten win visit his relatives in Osnabruck while Mr Horstman and Mr Hugelmeyer will visit their relatives and friends at Laer Germany Before returning all of the party will visit places of otherIcarry th mtoour Holy Father Pope Leo 2flH They expect too bt gone three months Their may friends in Louis vile wish tHIn a prosperous voyage abroadand a happy retwrB nra FRANKFORT People Pained to Learn of Death of Father Young Lambert Young Council Y M L will give a series of delightful dances commencing Tuesday April 28 and one each week for five weeks will be given Excellent music has been engaged and a very pleasant time is anticipated The Catholics of Frankfort were shocked last week when the intelligence was re ceived that the spirit of Father Lambert Young had winged its way to its heavenly home on March 26 His death occurred at his old home In Holland where he has been ever since he left Frankfort ten years ago Universal expressions of sor sow were uttered by Catholics and Pro testants alike in the Capital City over the death of the venerable and beloved priest who doubtless had more friends in Ken tucky than any other Catholic clergyman Suitable and appropriate resolutions of respect were passed by the Catholic Knights and the Young Mens Institute he being a member of both organiza tions the latter being named after him twelve years ago when it was organized May his soul rest in peace Miss Mayme Weisenberger of Crescent Hill who has been the charming guest of Mrs R W Dehoney in this city for the past week has returned home much to the regret of her many admirers here Messrs J P Hanley C E Collins James and Frank Heeuey Dr H L Tobin and D J McNamara of this city will go to Lexington Sunday April 26 to assist in the organization of a council of the Knights of Columbus in that city John R Sower and R J Lynch also of this city will be initiated at this time A large number of visitors from Cincinnati Louisville Chicago and Indianapolis will also attend James H Sower Jr one of the most popular young members of Lambert Young Council Y M Iof this city entertained several of his friends with a dclighful dance at the YII I hall last Tuesday evening which proved a splendid success About twentyfive couples at tended and the excellent music rendered by Meagher and Triplett enabled all who were fortunate enough to have an invita tion to spenda very pleasant evening RELIGIOUS SPIRIT Worthy of Emulation Is Ex hibited by Jeffersonville Hibernians Next to the celebration of the holy sacrifice of themass there is no more beautiful form of worship iu the Catholic church than the Forty Hours devotion This devotion was held in St Augustines churrh Jeffersonville Ind during the present week and the attendance was unusually large In fact it is said that the services were never better attended On Tuesday night the regular meeting of the Jeffersonville Division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians was to have been held However Irish and patriotic they might be the members did not allow their patriotism to stand in the way of religion They realized that their first duty was to God The Financial Secre tary was on hand before the hour for meeting and the members walked in by ones and twos and paid whatever dues they owed and then hurried away to the Forty Hours devotion Not enough men were left in the hall to constitute a quorum so the few who remained in the hall likewise attended the services at the church Surely the spirit of these Jeffer sonville Hibernians is worthy of emula tion BIG SMOKER Will Be Given by Trinity Council Next Night Monday Trinity Council Young Mens Insti tute held an unusually lengthy session Monday night and transacted a great deal of routine and also of new business Rival teams of fifteen members each were appointed to boom this council and secure new members It was decided to hold a meeting next Monday night at which a smoker will be given During the evening Rev Father Leo Greulich will deliver an address A general good time is assured the members At the meeting Monday night short but appropriate talks were made by President Thomas Garvey John J Sulli van and others A communication was read from the grand officers announcing that no more initiations would be held uutil the degree teams were ready to exemplify work in the new ritual RECEIVED HOLY COMMUNION An edifying sight indeed was witnessed at St Anthonys church Twentythird and Market streets last Sunday morn ing when the Knights of Columbus approached holy communion More than 200 of these gentlemen were in attend ance Rev Father Leo pastor of St Anthonys celebrated high mass While nearly all of the Knights of Columbus had made their Easter communion it is customary each year to summon them aU- to approach holy communion in abody This year St Anthonys church was chosen and the members were greatly pleased with the reception given them by Rev Father Leo his tatft crd the members of thee congregation NEW COUNCIL Of Knights of Columbus to Be Instituted at Lexington Tomorrow Many Members Front Louisville Will Bo In Attendaauto Cincinnati and Covlngton Will 4 Also Send Representa tives WHAT THE ORDER IS DOING Blue Grass Council 762 Knights of Columbus will be instituted at Lex ington tomorrow The Louisville Coun cil will give the first and third degrees while Cincinnati Council will give the second More than 200 members of Louisville Council will go to Lexington to take part in the institution of the new council while as many more will be in attendance from the Cincinnati and Cov ington councils The Knights of Columbus a growing order in the Catholic church combining the unity and the charity which Is incumbent upon us all as Catholics Of course there are social features that make the Knights of Columbus attractive At the same time there are educa tional features which make it instructive and benefit the members both morally and mentally It is not necesssary to enter into a detailed history of the foun dation and progress of the Knights of Columbus Suffice it to say that a New England priest conceived the idea of uniting the ablest and most patriotic members of the Catholic church in one grand organization where one man would act in the interest of a fellowmember as much as in his own interest The Knights r of Columbus are Catholics first in all that the word implies They must not only be thoroughly familiar with the precepts of their holy religion but they must live up to these precepts Politics and politi cal discussions are barred in the meetings of the Knights of Columbus yet that does not prevent its individual members from taking an interest in politics when r they desire And every good Catholic ought to take an interest in politics not mudgutter politics but the politics of an r honest man who wants the right man in the right place the man who will pro perly administer the laws and use the funds of the people economically From a very humble beginning the Knights of Columbus have grown to great proportions and the Blue Grass Council to be instituted at Lexington will be the seven hundred and sixty second council of the order Louisville Council alone has more than 250 mem bers so that one can judge of the power and influence of this body of Catholic gentlemen While the order is a secret one there is nothing in any part of its ritual or workings to be ashamed of The Knights of Columbus do good by stealth that is they follow the Biblical injunction Let not the right hand know what the left hand doeth Every day the Knights are busy drying the tears of the widows and orphans and helping their brothers in need Kentucky has two councils of this chivalric order and now Lexington in the heart of the Bluegrass region the home of American chivalry comes for ward and begs admission This baby F council will come into the world robust and well developed aud it will not be long before it will be heralded as one of the greatest councils of the order The members of Louisville Council wilt leave Louisville via the Louisville Nashville railroad at 7 oclock Sunday morning departing from the railroad station at First and the river On arriv ing in Lexington they will attend mass at St Pauls church and will be addressed by the Rev James P Barry rector of the parish It is expected that members of the Cincinnati and Covington councils will join the Louisville people at the massThe initiation of the members of Blue Grass Council will take place in the Merrick Building at 2 oclock sharp Louisnix Council will give the first de gree Cincinnati Council will give the second degree Louisville Council will then give the third degree Past Chan cellor James J Fitzgerald will be in charge of the degree team After the initiation the Knights will be entertained Duringthisof Louisville Council will deliver an address on Crusaders of Ancient and Modem Times Frank A Geher also of Louisville Council will deliver an ad DutyTheju time to allow the members of Louisville Council to catch the 11 oclock train for r home DONATED BY PATIENTS The handsome statue of St Joseph and the infant Savior donated to the Sisters JosephsInfirmarygolden jubilee of that worthy institution was placed In position this week It Is an artistic piece of sculpture and occuJplea a nice position over the eenter entrance The ceremony of blwriuf It Wp i take place very soon n u r f f iL s iJT D NTUCKY IRISH AltIERICAN I KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN NNIINIIINNNNIN Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS 3 acU13SCRIPTIONButored at the Lottlsvllle Postottlco as SocotnlClnss Matter Udl en a1l C01ll1ll nlcaUoni to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326WestOreenS- treet4E5ONcOUNcIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 25 1903 I SPECIAL NOTICE Subscribers who for any reaso a do not receive their papers regu larly should at once notify this office either by letter or Horn telephone 946IPersons who find it inconvenient to come to the office for extra J copies of the Kentucky Irish Amer t ican can secure them from the RogII ers Book Company 434 West Jef ferson street where the paper wil always be found on sale I Hereafter Mr Fred Kurzendoer t fer of 1433 Locust street Newt Albany will act as our agent in J New Albany and Floyd county We ask for him the kind considera tion of the Catholics of Southern Indiana who are urged to become our subscribers SHUT OUT PARTISAN ISM Mayor Grainger reccomends tha the Council again approve and sub mit to the people in Novembe the proposition to issue bonds to build sewers The proposition I failed last November not receivingI the necessary twothirds vote be cause of too much partisan politico wrangling in which the bond ques tion was improperly involved thaithe matter be kept clear of party politics but be considered dis cussed and decided on its merits by all the people as a domestic business question in which Louisville alone is concerned Whatever maybe said pro or con on the bond question the letter of Mayor Grainger is sensible and business like devoid of partisanism as becomes the chief executive of all the people regardless of politics City affairs are the peoples home business directly affecting them in their daily living and avocations and as the Mayor suggests should be entirely eliminated from party politics Until our municipal af fairs are kept aloof from party pol itics our people understand that their home interests are in no way connected with Democrats or Re publicans that the personal and private interests of all citizens of every party are directly involved and that they must decide and manage those matters us citizens instead of as politicians just as one does his household affairs Louis ville will make but little real prog II ressParty politics in local affairs is a curse a cloak for inefficiency and- y rottenness the bane of our Ameri can cities REBELLION OF THE BEAST s Under this sensational title andl t with the BurdickPennell tragedy as a text one of our local ministers I last Sunday delivered a sermon onl immorality a disgusting libel on all humanity Among other thingsI y he said Continental Europe has always beenI more loose in its moral life than Americ- arr its first hundred years of national existence and with the coming of 25000000 Continental Europeans to America in the last half century the tendency to looseness and moral corruption I has been greatly accelerated The outcome is the rebellion of the beast in the society life of America As illustra tions take the BurdtckPennell case at Buffalo Those who have followed the ease throughout have been astonished to find how many families it involved Pennell was untrue to his wife in his amour with Mrs Burdick Burdick in turn had been the cause of a divorce between a Mrs Warren and her husband Here are three families directly impli cated ia this foul case all of the same social seta Newport society hoe been for years rent and torn by similar scandals white the number of esses that are hushed up and do not get into the press o is known to be very large All this lad cates a moral rottenness in the society life of America comparatively unknownt hundred or even fifty years ago That human nature is prone to evil we all know but the world iiis not so bad as sensationalists or extreme moralists would paint it and beastly immorality is not the rule nor general in Continental i Europe nor in America even iin these days of moral depravity being confined to a limited class inc all races countries and condition of life Humanity is not so degraded 1 as the reverend gentleman 1 pictures it He not only exaggerates but he ignores justice and 1 trenches upon truth Horrible as the details in the Burdick Peunell tragedy justice to the dead and living requires that only theII established truth be asserted as true The most rigid inv stigation has failed to establish the aUegaII tions of immorality against anyonett involved it has not been positively c proven that Burdick was murdered though all circumstances indicate it Burdick charged his wife with 4 infidelity but it has not beet 4 proven Pennells connection with the case is accounted for as friend and legal adviser and none of the allegations of immoral relation with Mrs Burdick by others areII proven But if all these charge were true why are the 25oooooc Continental Europeans who came to America in the last half century besmirched None of theI parties connected with the Burdick Pennell tragedy were Continenta Europeans nor their descendants All trace their lineage through generations of Americanborn an cestry to Great Britainnot Con tinental Europe Nor has the coming of 25000 000 Continental Europeans to America either introduced or accelerated looseness or moral corrup tion These immigrants gener ally poor and deficient in education but virtuous vigorous honest and industrious braved hardships and privations developed built up and made this country and nation what it is the leader in morals respect for law and order as well as prog ress in industry commerce wealth and power for goodnot evil and corruption in the worlds history Whatever their faults beastly immorality is not one of them Their one characteristic above all others iis their morality their respect for virtue regard for the marital tie Rare indeed is it that Continental Europeans in this country have seen involved in immoral scandals or party to divorce suits nor are such cases prevalent in portions of he country where the Continental Europeans predominate nor in the class of population in vhich they may be said to exer cise influence Even in the slumsI of our cities amid environments of vice pinched by poverty strug ling against adversity the Continent lEuropeans are the moral people living virtuously rearing heir children to respect law andl lecency to live honestly though poorly by industry This Is true of the Continental Europeans in America today as it is of them inI the past Beyond certain elements of our people in certain sections of this untry cud in Englandwhich he reverend gentleman adroitly xempts beastly immorality andL scandalous divorces are not so alarmingly prevalenfand menacing to the public peace and safety as le would have the people believe Yellow journalism is badl cough but exaggeration and un ust imputation are utterly out of place in the pulpit and unbecom n ing a minister of the gospel There ff- is as there ever has been and ever will be depravity in humanity 1 there is as there ever has been and ever will be purity love and good in humanity It is human to err I but inhuman to descend to moral I depravity and we hold that it is the exception not the rule for humanity to become morally depraved The very existence of the family I tie peaceful respect for the rights of person and property of law and government prove the fact that the vast majority of the humanI race are not morally degraded iin Continental Europe among Continental Europeans in this country nor anywhere else in the civilize worldIPUNISH THE GUILTY The developments of the investigation at Lakeland Asylum cause indignation throughout the Stat but they are no surprise to observers of the conduct of affairs rat public institutions The people are simply being given an inkling of what residents of Anchorag have known and complained of for several years The matter shout be pushed to a conclusion the guilty punished and the inefficient dismissed from office The sourc of the evil is that all from the em ployes to the highest officials of such institutions are appointed 1to and hold their places as a reward ofr politics and a political pull rathe than on their fitness and merit Gov Beckham has the opportunity of a lifetime to make a coup by a sweeping dismissal of officials andl employes at Lakeland regardless of their party service and the political influence behind them Time shatters idols Gambett who essaysd the role of a Danto J and sought to be Dictator of Franc m the downfall of Napoleon III indwas said to have committe suicide because of sorrow over the Jerman conquest of France it now develops was murdered by a woma he had wronged Gambetta was eally a great man but perverted ambition led him to plot the overthrow of the empire discard religion and morals cater to and seek the aid of the vicious and iegraded with the only logics resultthe defeat and humiliation of his country and his own tragic end Gambetta was prominent ii1 owing the seed of infidelity and immorality that has caused so much of misfortune and shame to France in the past forty years and is reach ng its culmination in proscription and desecration of all that is sacred oday and may yet if history repeats itself wind up in an era oif arnage and blood The Illinois Supreme Court sustains t the decision reversing Judge fancy Hennessy who forbade the Election Commissioners to re count ballots in a Congressiona contested case ordered the seizure of the registration books and ballots and when estopped by a igher court threatened armed irce and the imprisonment of alII failing to comply with his ordersi The Supreme Court holds that Election Commissioners are sole custodians of ballots that they lone have the right to count recount until a result is arrived at that no court has authority to re train or interfere with them in the titles prescribed by law and that Congress alone has jurisdiction lover the settlement of contests in Congressional elections The real hero of the Franco German war after a life of secluI sion died recently and as he re quested was buried without pomp or displayBaron Prou He was the last French Mayor of Stras ourg on the FrenchGerman border the first place assaulted Germany He refused to surren der and withstood months of bom b ardment the sty being reduced toi a moss of ruins the army people living in cellars and subterr rancan places Only after disastrous battle of Sedan Em per Napoleon a prisoner and Paris surrounded and about capltu tedthe war over and no hope 1 c for France did Baron Prou sui render the border city of Stra bottrg to the Germans 89S383SS89S3SSS38SS3 SOCIETY l Thomas F Newman of Frankfort was here Monday visiting friends Miss Lelia Wells left Saturday to visit her aunt Mrs John Mattingly J1ear Bardstowu Misses Queenie and Eleanor Wathe left Tuesday to visit friends in New York and Montreal Judge J T ONeal and family will next week move out their to summer home at Pewee Valley Miss Gene Burke of Jeffersonvill spent last Sunday with her aunt Mr Prank Criffith at Columbus Miss Nell Carroll who has been seriously ill at her home on Griffiths avenu is again able to be out among her friend Miss Anna Wood Hinkle who was the attractive guest of Miss Willie Sinclaii has returned to her home at Bloomfield Mrs John Sexton of Richmond iis here on a visit asthe guest of her father Patrick Gallagher of 1139 Seventh street Miss Anna Weist has returned from Frankfort where she spent the first part of the week as the guest of Miss Minnie Scott Miss Kathryn Eiff has returned from Tell City Ind where she went to be one of the bridesmaids at the BlumLinninj weddingMiss Anita Muldoon will leave next week for St Louis where she will talc the leading part in a great musicale to be held there John Gleason of Jeffersonville who was hurt falling on a1 barge in the river two weeks ago is doing well His friend I expect to see him out next week lMiss Katie Dougherty an attractiv Hamilton 0 was this week a visitor in Jeffersonville the guest of Messrs John and Michael Dougherty Richard G Shanley has returned from a short trip to Cincinnati where he was given a cordial reception at the meeting of the Knights of Columbus of that city Mrs Upton Muir has gone to New York to be present at the wedding a- Miss Lucy Kearney daughter of Johi 1Watts Kearney who resided here year agoMr and Mrs Philip Strain of Bloom ington IlIj who have been the guests of Mr and Mrs Thomas Tarpey left for their home last Tuesday after an enjoy able visitlMrs John F Kellner Fred Kellne and Miss Lizzie Weitzel have returned from Frankfort where they were the guests of Mrs William Weitzel cornet of High and Broadway Among those from this city who par ticipated in the formal opening of the West Baden Hotel were William Lynch the dry goods merchant and John D am Thomas Grady the well known railroad engineers The engagement of Miss Mary E Crowe and Edward White has just been announced The ceremony will be per formed by the Rev Father Thomas A York at St Pauls church at 4 oclock next Wednesday afternoon Pat Bannon Sr and his son T Jeffer son Bannon have returned from a pleasant visit to French Lick Springs The elder Mr Bannon says he feels twenty years younger and he certainly looks it His many friends are glad to note the Improvement Michael Sorg and Miss Luella Borner of Jeffersonville were married at St Anthonys Catholic church in that city Wednesday morning The Rev Father Leonard Reich officiated and the attend ants were Miss Lilly Sauer and Tony Fires Both are well known Jefferson ville people Edward J Dalton who has been confined to his home at Floyd and Main streets by a serious illness during the past two weeks is able to be up and about He expects to resume his duties as inspector of gasoline lamps next week His many friends are congratulating him on his recovery dThe marriage of Miss Mary Rita Brown aud James P Rider well known and popular young people will be solemn zed at the Cathedral on Wednesday afternoon May 20 Though expected or some time by their many friends heir engagement was not announced mtil last Saturday James D Augustus and Miss Lorena vohler were quietly married in the parlors of the Cathedral rectory on Wednes day night Miss Kohler is the daughter of Timothy Kohler and a popular and ttractive young lady The groom is the Secretary and Superintendent of the qulsville Steam Forge Company George F Voigt and Miss Edna Pettit me united in marriage at the rectory of St Augustines church Jeffersonville at 7 oclock Wednesday evening They Rev Father OConnell officiated The newly married couple went to housekeeping at Port Fplton where the groom 1had prepared home for his bride anddohn Simpson tarried at St Charles church on Tues Ieday The Rev Father Raffo officiated Jr Simpson is a popular farmer of Nel SOB county His bride is a popular widow I the East End Mr and Mrs Simpson will snake tlkir home at 1324 Hull street MM Bridget Sheebati the handsome U iy NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEYCLUB XNCORPORArED SPRING MEETING DERBY DAY MAY 2 1903 Fifteen Days Racing From May 2 to May 19 SIX HIGH CLASS RAGS EACH DAY EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS AND STEAMBOATS and accompllsed niece of Michael Shee- han the well known grocer and steamship agent and Joseph M Kelly a trustedemploye of the Ahrens Ott Manufacturing Company were United in marriage Tuesday evening at St louls Bertrands church The ceremony was witnessed by a large number of friends and well wishers of the couple whose mauled life begins with only prospects for a happy future Edward A Crowley and Miss Wilhe mina lehrman surprised their numerous friends Monday evening by being quiet married at St Louis Bertrands church only a few close relatives being present at the ceremony The groom is a clerk at the Illinois Central freight office and a popular Limerick young man HIs handsome wife has resided here about two years and friends of both parties are congratulating them upon the happy outcome of their courtship Not for a long time has there been a- more brilliant wedding in New Albany than that of Miss Margaret M Graf and John H Beeler who were married Tues daYmorniug in Holy Trinity church 1by Rev John B Kelly the rector Thomas Beeler and Miss Isabel OBrien were the attendants and Frank Swartzel aud Dennis Beeler acted as ushers Mr Henry Terstegge presided at the organ and solos were sung during the nuptial mass by Mn Oscar Mathes and Miss Shea Edward C Thompson and bride who was formerly Miss Madden daughter of the Jailer of Marion county visited friends and relatives iu this city during toe early part of the week They also visited Sister Emily Mother Superior of St Josephs Academy at Bowling Greet Sister Emily is a sister of Mr Thompson Mr Thompson is a successful contract and bridge builder and a gentleman of high standing in the community in and about Madison county He is a brother of the Chief of Police of Lebanon and of Henry E Thompson the well known Louisville architect PRAISE HIS LECTURE Hon Edward J McDermott delivers his great lecture on The Papacy and Leo XIII under the auspices of the Knights of Columbus of St Louis Jast Monday evening The Odeon was thronged to hear him and the press and people speak in high praise of his effor DONT FORGET Friends of the Catholic Knigths of America are requested not to forget the entertainment of St Johns Branch at Trinity Council Hall next Thursda nlgnt An elaborate programme has been arranged for this occasion when all who attend will spend a most enjoyable evening SELECT DANCE Young people all over the city meagerly looking forward to the select dance to be given by Mackin Council next Tuesday night at Fountain Ferry Park This is regarded as one of the most enjoyable functions of the year and chaperoneswill bring large numbers of Louisvilles prettiest girls to be the guest of the popular young men who belong to Mackin COUNTY BOARD Field day or Irish fair or both The libernians of this city and their friend are awaiting with considerable interes the decision of the County Board which meets next Wednesday evening at Hibernian Hall It seems apparent that the majority favors a field day early in the season and the fair during the autumt months The County Board however will give the matter careful consideratiot and adopt only that course which wil give the best results- ASSORTED LAUGHTER Is laughter a good thingthe laughter which is directed to something whirl ails to comply with a social requirement which is compelled by the sight of incongruity or by sudden surprise 111 laughter at all events is not good The giggle and the titter are laughter lebased People who trifle with laughter wrote Carlisle only sniff and titter and niggle from the throat outward or at best produce some whiffling husky achinnation as if they were laughing through wool But though the snigger isr detestable you can still have too ritual of hearty laughter of the roar of Teu elsdroeckh It is only the unrestrained or the irresponsible man who laughs emptuously often and indeed as a man grows older and gets a wider view of the rorld he laughs no doubt less loudly rof Sully thinks that as a nation we have lost some of the mirth of our forefathers If by that he means the noisier ieliabandoned mirth of 200 years ago It- is not perhaps to be regretted It is true that hearty laughter is often an index to an honest soul Carlyle was probably right when he said that lnoman who 1has once heartily and wholly laughed can be altogether bad But there ia a better laugh than TeufelsdroeCkhs and that iii the deep found chuckle of kindliness and v v v sv Vv v v vvv s VvvG7 Z SCHINA FREE WI- THIMOTHERSI BREAD SaveS + LabelsG ZThe Whiteside blue labels on MOTHERS BREAD will get a handsome of china or silverplated knife or fork For goodness sake eat Mothers Breadand for these handsome presents save your labels and present them Sat your grocers No trouble or delay about it this time 69v i ivsvvwivstiv wsvva 1 +1111 IIl+Hl H1IHHlloH+HIIIH1IlHHIHHH HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 jis I J J BARRETT i DIRECTORi838 EAST MAIN STREETJ With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street j t MRS JOHN J BARRETT oHHH1 1 1 t I +HlIiIH+1IHHHl1HIHHHIHI 1 I ti1f+IIHllHI T 1 SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- CHICAGOON THB 1SM21 OImoll5l9mnW RAil b In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager FRRNKf fi LENZl L CANDIDATE F- ORSENATOR 37th SENATORIAL DISTRICT From Shelby to Filth St Subject to Action of the Democratic Party 1003 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1003 dASJ C OCONNOR CANDIDATE FO- RLEGISLATUREl I L FIFTIETH DISTRICT TENTH WARD Subject to the Action of the Demo cratic Primary May 20 1003 JOHN M MULLOY DEALER IN Tea Coffee Pure Spices And Chinaware Pond Lily and Home Baking Powder 010 11 MAJeiciajap ST Telephone Main 1189 experience together Perhaps we laugh more wisely even if more rarely than our forefathers 1 Il Your 1 JOE PRYOR CANDIDATK NOR n rte Judge Jefferson Circuit Court CRIMINAL DIVISION Subject to Action of the Democratic Party c BTHOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 261 West Jefferson St 682 Fourth Ave BOTH TELEPHONES 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed C J SCHNEIDER IDEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard- Sausales Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets Telephone 2241 r a v r p w KI1NIUCKY IRISH A RICAN AaAvLnY= S SATURDAY MAY 9 TWO PERFORMANCES Liebler Cos big production of ff ROMEO AND JULIET I I With an AII Star Cast HOPKINS TEMPLE THEATER MATINEES 218 EVENINGS 81B NEXT tVI3II- cJohnstone t Bennett Vaudevilles Premier Comedienne CARROLL JOHNSON The Beau Brummel of Minstrelsy James H Cullen The Party from the West Raymond and Vack German character comedians and many other big features BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY APRIL 26 Httlaeer Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday FRED IRWINS New Majesties And the Following Big Olio McCale and Ordon Daly Tafe and Ronau Gertie DeMilt May Deletta Billy Watson Zizka and King Valmore and Horton and Marie Barrison BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2422 ST XAVIER ST Brown Leghorns can be kept in small about half feed of other chickens They layabout ten months in the year only stopping when moulting Pullets begin laying at six to seven months A few hens will supply the family with eggs Record for three years 1899 twelve hens and pullets 1233 eggs 1900 ten hens 868 eggs 1901 eleven hens and pullets 954 eggs 1902 during very cold weatherJanuary 75 eggs February 61 March 161 April 206 May 181 June 120 PURE BRED BROWN LEGHORN ROOSTER A year old for sale I have one too many and dont want to kill any Come and get one for 100 JACQUES 2422 St Xavier Street Illinois Central Railroad VERY LOW RATES T- OCALIFORNIA And the Southwest ONLY LINE running through personally conducted Excursion Sleepers to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas Special Low One Way and Round Trip Rates in effect on first and third Tuesdays each month to the South and Southwest Arkansas Indian Territory Oklahoma Texas etc Best Line to Hot Springs For folder and descriptive matter of California and circulars descriptive of lands in the South and through tickets call on W J McBride City Pass Agent southeast corner Fourth and Market or addressF W Harlow D P A Louisville FINE TRAINS 1TO FLORIDA FLORIDA LIMITED CHICAGO AND FLORIDA SPECIAL Superb Pullman Service without change from Chicago Indianapolis Cincin nati and Louisville to Jacksonville and St Augustine VIA Southern Railway and Queen Crescent Route These trains are the finest and fastest in the South and carry dining cars observation cars drawingroom sleepers com partment cars and club cars For handsomely illustrated literature descriptive f Florida and Cuban resorts folders etc address any agent of the Southern Rail or C C Stewart Trav Pass Agent Lexington C H Hungerford Dist Pass Agent Louisville G B Allen Asst Genl1 Pass Agent St Louis H B Spencer Genl Manager St Louis BIG FOUR ROUTE TO IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 259 Fourth Ave 8 J GuVriSS General Agent Louisville Ky WARREN J LYNCH G P A WJLP DEPPE AG PACINCINNATI O IRISH S SOCIETYDIRECTORYA f j DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan Vice PresidentJohn Riley Recording SecretaryMark Ryan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank treet- TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Eveningof Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJames Welch Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Cavanaugh Vice PresidentThomas Quinn Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmslat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 516 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerJohn P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kinney President Frank Hogan Vice PresidentFrank Lynch Secretary John G Cole TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern Y JWC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentFrank F Murphy First Vice President Louis W Born traegerSecond Vice President Hugh Higgins Recording SecretaryGeo F Simonis Corresponding SecretaryFrank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia stree- tTreasurerJoseph Steltenpohl Marshal William Shaughnessy Inside SentinelRobert Osborne Outside SentinelPat Connolly MR GARHARTT And the National Association of Manufacturers- Mr Hamilton Carhartt return turning from the recent meeting of the National Association of Manufacturers at New Orleans stopped over to see us We naturally discussed with him the matter of the action of the Manufacturers Association objectionableto Organized Labor and urged upon him that he could not afford to remain in the attitude in which the Associ ciatious action had placed him as a member of it He promised to give the matter due consider ation and the following telegram is the result DETROIT Micir Apr 20 1903 LBVY BROS LOUISVILLE Kv Owing to the antagonism of the Nattonal Association of Man ufacturers to Organized Labor I have declined to be renomi nated for Treasurer and have withdrawn from the Association HAMILTON CARIIARTT Our special interest in the generalinterest affects the cause of Union Labor is that we are sole agents for the Carhartt Overalls in Louisville We congratulate Mr Carhartt and the Union Labor people on this happy solution of the ques tion LEVY BROS Third and Mark- etBOOKKEEPINO XugUulw expertbttreetlw 111tCl1rptoVk- w u TEWAH mOT ACCOTOTAHT 170 loath ATI NEW MEMBERS Are Being Taken Into the Ancient Order of Hibernians Division 2 Ancient Order of Hibern ians held a large meeting last Frida night Con Ford occupied the chair Addresses were made by Messrs Pat Connaughton William Meehan State Secretary and Owen Keiran John J Sullivan was elected Vice President tc succeed James Welsh who resigned The following new members were obli gated Messrs Dave Downs Morgan and James Callahan These three together with Messrs Al1 Barrett Pat Cronin Joe Lynch and John Monroe were initiated at a meeting ol Division 4 on Wednesday evening SATOLLI TO CELEBRATE Satolll Council Y M I is makin great preparations for the celebration of its tenth anniversary which will be hen1 next month GRAND OUT OP TOWN EXCURSION Sunday April 26tlDlg Four Route to the Indiana gas belt Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at 7 oclock a m Returning train arrives at Louisville at 1140 p m Extremely low round- trip rates as follows Rushville 1 Knigbtstowu 1 Anderson 125 Ale- xandriaJI5iMarion 150 Tickets o Fourth avenue and at depot S J Gates General Agent 1I l THE PARKS Are Putting on Their Brightest Costumes ot Enticing Green Private Park Owners Are De corating For the Com ing Season Fresh Air and Wholesome Food Will Add Years to Life WHERE THEY ARE LOCATED It is now mid spring and hillsides and valleys are putting on their costumes of bright green The bird Is singing to his mate and the young lamb is frisking on the lawn Some of us may have no poetry in our souls but we have that love of nature that is akin to poetry What aII relief it is to the busy man be he mer chant mechanic manufacturer or laborerr to get away from his work at least once a week and walk abroad amid the growing crops and sunlit trees Not everyone can do this but here in Louis yule where the Board of Park Commis sioners has provided such an admirable system of beautiful parks there are very few who can not gratify their wishes in tins respect Besides the public parks sustained by the taxation of the people where one can go and enjoy the fresh air that sweet pure fresh air without which no creature can live and feast his eye on the beauties of nature private in dividuals have fitted up and beautified parks adjacent to the public parks where the appetite of the inner man can be satisfied Some poet years ago sang We can live without medicine Live without books But where is the man Who can live without cooks In the extreme eastern section of the city we have the beautiful Cherokee Park with its more than 200 acres of hills and dales springs of fresh pure water and babbling brooks It has been pronounced by many competent to judge the most beautiful natural park in the United States As in the other public parks admirable winding roadways have been built swings and seesaws erected for the little ones Here the redbirds and the bluejays abound and rabbits scamper across the grass and squirrels play in the treesSouth of the city we have the big wooded hill called Jacobs Park Those who love to climb can have their ambi tions fully gratified there and upon at taining the summit can cast their eyes toward the north and behold the city eight miles away They can see the black pall of smoke that hangs over the town and thank God that they have gotten out of its dense heavy atmosphere even if only for a brief spell On the west we have another beautiful park Shawnee which if more artificial than the others is hardly less beautiful Within a few weeks now Shawnee Park will be a veritable flower garden The ground is high and dry and one can walk to the extreme western portion of it and get an entrancing view of the Ohio rive as it winds its way toward the south It is an excellent thing to take the tired wife and mother and the little ones wh have been closely housed during the win ter to one of these places for fresh air and recreation If one can not afford his own conveyance street cars afford transit teach and all of these parks And now as to the private parks Their owners have spent thousands of dollar- annually in making them attractive t the eye in securing music to please the ear and building diningrooms and kitchens where the best of refreshments can be had every day during the spring and summer months movement4ofootthe advantages and usefulness of these institutions Why Because it is claimed people go to these resorts and drink untilr they become intoxicated There may be some isolated cases of this kind but they are very few There are many more who take bottles of whisky with them to th public parks end drink When they have become sufficiently intoxicated the return to the city and the private parks are unjustly blamed as the cause of thei condition The best of order is maintained in these private places of amusement Every on of them has a corps of police on hand whose duty it is to eject intoxicated or boisterous persons The owners of thes places take pride in maintaining th whyy should they not It advertises them whet the public knows that this or that park iis well kept and puts money in the owners pocketsLouisvilles elegant system of private and public parks has proven quite a attraction for visitors from Cincinnati- r Evansville Indianapolis and even St Louis and Chicago Destroy our private parks and you destroy a thriving indus try People want to go somewhere where they can get something wholesome to eat and drink and these private parks meet this requirement One can not live onI scenery alone enjoyegdl an enviable reputation as one of the greatest of Louisvilles private parks Tony Landenwich the proprietor has had this property many years He bought it when it was a mere field He aet out young trees that have now grown t maturity He has laid out walks whIc are recovered with fresh tanbark each spring His diningroom is a thing ofr beauty well lighted and ventilated while superionrdL airy end the cuisine above reproach Mr Landenwich owns fifty acres of groundL D in and about the park and is able to raise nearly all his own fresh vegetable This year the trees have been whitewashed to a point eight feet above the ground and the buildings and pavilions have all been newly painted The summer season will open at Fountain Ferry Park on May 3 From that time on a string orchestra will I furnish music in the dining room from r 5 to 830 oclock each evening After that hour the music will be in the park I On Sundays two concerts will be given J one in the afternoon and one at night Dancing parties will be entertained up stairs as formerly Ponies will be on hand for the children to ride and also merrygorounds monkeys strange birds etc that delight the little ones This year Fountain Ferry Park will have the benefit of the new streetcar transfer sys tem and will doubtless prove more attractive than ever Under no circum stances will improper characters be per mitted to enter the park at any time Summers Park is at the foot of Jacobs Park and lies between the grand boulevard and the street car line It enjoys growing and well merited popularity The Messrs Summers have set out several hundreds of new trees this season which will greatly add to the beauty of the park Besides there are refreshment stands and a big pavilion where excel lent music is rendered every night with two concerts on Sunday The best of order is maintained at all times After the long ride from the dusty city it is a treat to sit in Summers Park and enjoy the music while refreshing the inner man with the good things to eat and drink It is intended to open the park for the season on the first Sunday in May by which time the trees will be in full leaf Looking upward from the park one en joys a delightful view of the woodcovered hillside of Jacob Park Street cars run right to the park gates every halfhour In the near future a faster line wilt be put on and on Sundays it is probable that the cars will run at intervals of every five minutes The Louisville Railway Com pany has recently made 70000 worth of improvements on its track in this vicinity and expects to realize something on its investment this year In addition to the other attractions the Messrs Summers have arranged to have a highclass vaude vine entertainment in their amphitheater in the center of the park every evening during the summer Riverview Park like Fountain Ferry is situated on the banks of the Ohio river but a mile and a half to the south The street cars via West Walnut street carry patrons right to the gate Since Col Lum Simons has purchased this place he has beautified it greatly In addition to the trees already on the place he has set out many new ones The dancing pavilion overlooks the river and around it are capacious benches where those who do not care to dance can sit and listen to the music and watch the dancers This year the buildings pavil ions and even the lamp posts have been painted green and striped with orange Mr Simons also has a fine kitchen and dining room on the place and maintains his own residence in the park which should be a sufficient guarantee that no Improper characters will be allowed to enter this popular resort Riverview is an excellent place for private picnics aud dances and is much frequented by Sun dayschool gatherings and church pic nics No more beautiful spot can be found anywhere about the city com manding as it does an excellent view of the river and the Indiana knobs Casper Hammers Park is situatedat the foot of Jacobs Park and to the right travelsrsouth It is eight miles from the Court House and is quite a long andenjoyable oneocan ride from Crescent Hill Parkland Portland and Germantown clear around the city and thence to Casper Hammers manyonatural advantages and is fitted out with pretty pavilions tanbark walks dining smallsandoother things to amuse the children As usual Mr Hammer will Have a firstclass orchestra to render both popular and classic music during the evenings It is a delightful place to enjoy a good meal MrnHammer has made many improvements this year and will have a score of compe tent and agile waiters on hand at all times to cater to the wishes of his patrons He will have a concert in the park each evening during the week and on Sundays one during the afternoon and evening privateepolice to prevent improper characters parkyPhoenix Hill Park is situated on an cityrFrom its grand esplanade one enjoys a view of the whole city as it stretches TheeEast Walnut street cars run past the gates The Crescent Hill cars and East ofeaemagnificent and commodious dancing refreshmentnstands etc It is admirably adapted for church and Sunday school picnics and its patrons have the use of the kitchen dining room utensils dishes napery keptnand the air at that altitude is pure and enjoyable The bowling alleys are equal to any in the city and are in constant use at each and every picnic Phoenix Hill Park has been engaged fpr many picnics this season and only a few dates remain open Among the many big entertain ments that will occur there during the coming season will be the picnic to be given by the twentyone branches of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America BEGINS TUESDAY The bazar to be given by the Catholic ladies of Jeffersonville for St Augustines SplethahKnights and other societies are assisting the women and it seems almost certain this affair will be of much more larger proportions than any heretofore given All who visit the baser twin receive a hearty welcome and at thejj same time aid in a noble work i 1I D GREAT SUCCESS The Kormosso and Operetta Was Well Attended Last Week Miss Lillian Dohler Made a Hit as Somnia the Dream Fairy The Euchre at Music Hall Drew Largo Crowds of Participants SEVEN MORE DIRECTORS ELECTED The kermesse and operetta given for the benefit of the Catholic Womans Club given at Macauleys Theater Friday even ing and Saturday matinee of last week was a social success Large crowds at tended both performances and were given I I AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA A AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA I a glimpse from fairyland as the young ladies gay radiant and vivacious flitted about the stage The children also did i I their work gracefully and were warmly applaudedThe I feature of the performances was the operetta in which a reporter goes to sleep in the woods near a fairy dell Here he is discovered by Somuia Queen of the Fairies In a spirit of mischief Queen Somnia unlocks the tongue of this inveterate interviewer but leaves his eyes closed The newspaper man though wide awake can see nothing and entreats Queen Somnia for an interview She finally grants an Interview and promises him a glimpse of fairyland provided he will not write anything about it for his paper He is allowed to witness the fairy revels during which Queen Somnia is called away by the illness of her father During her absence the reporter begins to take notes of his surroundings Queen Somnia is called in and the newspaper man is expelled and caused to forget what he had seen Miss Lillian L Dehler the talented and pretty daughter of Mr Charles P Dehler played the part of Queen Somnia She has a pleasing voice and an excellent stage presence for one so young and her work was highly praised on all sides During the kermesse dances among those who distinguished themselves were Misses Lillian Nevin Josephine Byrne Marie Banuon Luella Bannon Florence Barrett Addle Hoertz Genevieve Hack ett Master Philip Connell and others On Tuesday night of the present week the ladies of the Catholic Business Womans Club arranged a euchre at Music Hall It was well attended and a handsome sum was realized- A meeting of the Catholic Business Womans Club was held Wednesday night and seven directors were added to the former board of seven The new directors are Mesdames Mary Cross Thomas Keenan Charles Smith Joseph B Mattingly Agnes Montague Marcus Doerhoefer and Miss Elizabeth Glynn The officers who are exofficio members of the Board of Directors are Miss Maggie Judge Presideut Miss Nano Coleman First Vice President Mrs Matt ODoherty Second Vice President Mrs Basil Doerhoefer Third Vice Presi dent Miss Nellie McGill Recording Sec retary Mrs John Watkins Correspond ing Secretary Miss Phoebe Harris Treas urer The Catholic Business Womans Club is now on the high road to success MACKIN COUNCIL Mackin Council met Tuesday night with a good attendance of members Seven applications were received and referred for investigation The commit tee arranging for the annual outing in June made a very encouraging report CLEARYS SHAMROCKS Friends in Ireland have sent a hand some pot of shamrocks to Thomas S Cleary at 209 First street Mr Cleary is a well known Hibernian and is exhibiting his present to all his Irish friends HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 18 of Providence will receive holy communion in a body tomorrow morningThe Syracuse division conferred the first degree on a large class of candi dates last Friday night Members of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians in Wilkesbarre will erect a 50 000 building in that city The ball given by Division 1 of Buffalo for St Patricks church was largely at tended and was a most enjoyable affair Encouraging reports of the growth of the Ladies Auxiliary in all parts of the country are contained in our exchanges The first grand military aud civic drill ball attested the popularity of the Provi dence Hibernian band among the Cath olic societies of that city The Ladies Auxiliary was present at last weeks meeting of Division 7 of Syra cuse to witness the conferring of the degrees upon a large class Providence Hibernians have succeeded MISS LILLrANDEHZSR I- in preventing the persentation of Mc Faddens Row of Flats which had been booked for an early presentation in that city IAll the divisions of Providence will this year participate in the union field day many having already named their com mittees This is the great athletic sport ing event of the year in Rhode Island The series of social events given by Denver Hibernians during the season will culminate with the Knights ball next Tuesday night Immediately pre ceding the ball Capt McNamara will put the company through a number of fancy military movements- A new division of the Ladies Auxiliary was organized recently by State Secretary Ella Keating at Cloquet Minn with ia charter membership of twentyfour Much enthusiasm was manifested ili the work and the prospects are bright for a large Increase in membership in a very short timeDivision 4 of St Paul met in Elks Hall and initiated a large class as usual The Irish Standard says they have the liveliest quarters in the city and all the young men in town that can trace a drop of Irish blood at all in their veins are making a bee line to join They have ia standing promise that when the roll reaches the 750 mark they will take a rest and help the other and weaker divisionsIf ambitions of the Hibernians of Dunkirk can be aroused possibly a fine building will be erected ere long There is not at the present time a hall ade quately large to hold entertainments or socials and the Catholic societies are obliged to pay large rentals for meeting places It is the belief that a fine struct ure could be erected at a moderately low figure and serious consideration is soon to be given to the project Division 3 and the Ladies Auxiliary with Branch 821 of the Catholic Knights of America of Elkton South Dakota approached holy communion in a body at the 1030 mass on Easter Sunday and presented a fide appearance They marched to and from their hall to the church in a body wearing their regalia and nearly 200 strong Both societies are growing fast in membership Elkton and in the near future they intend to erect a hall of their own CATHOLIC FEDERATION The Catholic Federation will meet next Friday night at Hibernian Hall when a full attendance is expected The committee in charge of the social meet ing has decided not to hold this event until June when delegates from the State Federation will meet here MOR OCONNELL INSTALLED The Right Rev Monsignor Dennis J OConnell was installed as rector of the Catholic University of America in Wash ington last Thursday His predecessor the Right Rev Bishop Conaty will after a brief rest proceed to Loa Angeles Cal to assume his new duties U 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 n SAVINGS ACCOUNT and KEEP IT GOING We take these little deposits and pay you 3 COMPOUNDIINTEREST TitleSavings FIFTH AND COURT PLACE Open Daily until 3 p m Saturdays until 7 p m SCHIEMAN BOSSE SUCCESSORS TO Spring Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas W H PAINE Tin Slate and Iron RoofingAL- SO TIN SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK Dealer in Stoves Tinware Hardware etc Repairer of Hot Air Furnaces none PHONC 0003 1453 IBfh Street Bet Broadway and Maple PflfR M ANDRml 8SONSN WAGONG N MMANUFACTURERSC- arriage N Repairing and Rubber Tires r 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST HERRMANN BROS t IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN OND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street LOW RATES TO WashingtonOregon Montana and Utah VIA Bio Four Route One Way Colonist Tickets at very low rates on sale daily until June 15th 1903 inclusive For full information and particulars as to rates tickets limits call on Agents Big Four Route It or address the undersignedWARREN J LYNCH Genl Pass and Ticket Agent W P DEPPE Asst Genl Pass and Ticket Agent Cincinnati o S J Oates General Agent Louisville Ky poeix fill parts Open for the Season NOW IS THE TIME 10 SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Outings Socials greatlyimprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts r a s K r r t Xlr NrUCKY IRJSH AltIERICAN CAST YOuR VOTEo FOR ROBERT LGREENE CANDIDATE FOR Clerk Court of AppealsSub- ject 11 to Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election May 0 1F1F + + 4 44444444 + 44 + 444 + + 4 + T J WATHENS + I + 1 Ice Cream Cakes I 4arI and Wine Jellies + + Are tthe Best and His Prices tthe Lowest Try Them +I +I I629 Home HTHoSTREET + GEHER SON Complete Assortment Latest Styles and Best takes COOKING AND HEATI- NGSTOVES CAST AND STEEL RANGES 217 Market Street Near Second rer DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN 1m LLDoilfiliortO Keenan i UNDERTAKERS nthmm 1225 West Market Street Bett Twelfth and Thirte TELEPHONE 124021mAll Galls Promptly Attended to Day or Night lmI rlagcs Furnished for All Occasions CarttD Dougherty Telephone 3O92Z z =c a Ir ENOS anApipertAcoounhnAEducates Ultlon NalcSil Gag SIXTH AND BuildIng J MAIN STREETS LOUISVILLE KV Jj j People For Business Good Employment and Success lCALL On WRITE ron Nth INrOBMATIOM JT 1 STATIONERS PRINTERSBINDERS BOOKSELLERS Young Business College The Bradley CilbeitCoINCOK- POaATBD Blank Booke Paper Box Manufacturers RepMitntatlvu of the Hammond Typewriter for Kentucky Typewriter Supplies Ribbons etc for all Machines Cor Third and Green Sts LOUISVILLE KY F e LOUISVILLE MACHINE WHITEWASHING CO CONTRACTORS FOR ALL KINDS OF Whitewashingr M O7BRIEN MGP1631 Gallagher Street Louisville Ky Telephone 5878 Drop Postal for Estimate + + + + + + ++i 11it ++111ft M PARADISE SAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR Home Telephone 384248West Jefferson St t HENRY C LAUER T1UEPHONJ3 11JlLO Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 407 E JEFFERSON ST 428 and 430tt flBranch House IDS West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET l OO ICARPETSII- The rush in the Carpet Department has begun The employes are working night and day to keep up with the orders that are coming in If you want your Carpet for May make your selections now an we can have them made and laid at your convenience Our stock is more 11varied than ever 45c A yard for a Brussels Carpet in handsome floral effects 0 yard for a good Brussels Car 65CAo in all new spring styles liningo0 A yard for one of the best 75p0 makes of Tapestry Brussels including making laying and sold everywhere at 850 1010Carpet For Wilton Velvet Carpets at this price including making 0llshying and lining This is an extra value for the price A yard for an extra heavy In 25p grain Carpet full extra Super filling and warp sold regular at 35c I o 90 3Ci tation of antique lace and striped effects o regular qualityPer y 00 pair for Lace Curtains 10 H3l 3I2 yards long in dainty patterns that please the eye soldusually from 125 to 150 per pair T E f Per pair for Lace Curtains w3 1 wJ J eight different patterns to select from plain centers with fleur de lis borders polka dots and floral designs the kind that readily sells for 200 to 0 SABLE MEN Will Represent Kentucky at Supreme Council Convention Messrs Michael Reichert and Joseph P McGinn represent the Kentucky branches of the Catholic Knights of America as delegates to the Supreme Council of that order which will meet in St Louis May 1 W C Smith of Louisville one of the Supreme Trustees will also attend the meeting of the Supreme Council Not only Louisville but all Kentucky has to be proud of these gentlemen who represent the Catholics of the city and State in such a noble order The Catholic Knights of America is purely an insurance lion whose members must be practical Catholics Messrs Reichert McGinn and Smith are gentlemen who are able to grace any position in the of the order and their voices will be heard in its councils In this issue we publish a of Messrs Reichert and McGinn they will leave Louisville in their car for St Louis The story of return will also be told in these BASE BALL Tomorrow afternoon there will be a ball game at Reccius park between the Frank Goss and Reccius teams clubs contain the best amateur talent in the city and as each has a strong follow ing a large crowd will witness the game the opening one of the season Owing to the rivalry that much interest is felt in the outcome of this game which will doubtless be a contested one MACAULEYS Romeo and will be by Liebler Companys all star cast at Macauleys Theater oa Saturday May 0 at the matinee and in the evening The ea U SviI OOFor an imitation Smyrna size 60x30 inches both sides finishedas pretty as a real Smyrna Rug 07 1 P 0 For a large Japanese Cotton 1inches1 0rcgularS250For a large Smyrna Rug Bromley Sons make size 36x72 inches regular price 3 One of seasons best bargains 0 T C For a carp etsize BrusselsI13 2 regular1 GLACE CURTAINS Ift T 1 Per pair for Lace Curtains 75k3 1 o choice patterns ruffled and Battenbergeffects 54 and 56 inches wide 354 yards long all finished with strong buttonhole stitch the 225 and 250 0kind 0 Per pair for Lace Curtains S2 00 twelve styles to select from would be cheap at 275 Ss pair for Lace Curtains 2 25PerP styles to select from 1in plain and wellcovered effects well worth A at this 0pncci i BACON SONSB- et 0- iJ i i Third and FourthMARKET TREETBet Third and Fourth II the reason associa gift Juliet produced SkakeepeariaalreM RETIRES IjROM BUSINESS William Higgins the well known leather dealer an tahoe manufacturer has retired from business and will in the near future retire to his farm near Bardstown Mr Higgins is one of the best known t IrishAmericans in the city and carries with him in his retirement from a busi ness career the best wishes of the entire community I IHANDSOMB RECEIPTS 0The good Franciscan Sisters of New Albany and the Ladies Sewing Circle of St Edwards Hpspital feel grateful to t WILL THEY RETURN LIKE THIS These exists hotly the the citizens of that city for their liber ality Last weeks bazar was a marked social and financial success the nice sum of 1200 being cleared This will be applied to the payment of the indebted ness of St Edwards which is now the pride of the people of all denominations in that part of Indiana HOPKINS THEATER Manager Hopkins of the Temple Theater promises another good vaude vine bill next week Among the artists will be Johnstone Bennett known to fame as Vaudevilles Premiere Comedi enne Carroll Johnson the Beau Brum mel of minstrelsy James H Cullen The Party from the West Raymond and Vack German comedians and other big features BUCKINGHAM Fred Irwins New Majesties will be the next attraction at the Buckingham Theater ABa curtain raiser a funny farce entitled Back to Ireland will be given with King For a Day an ex travagant burlesque as the closing feat are In the olio will be Clio McCule and Ordon Daly tTafe and Ronan Gertie DeMilt Mayf Deletta Billy Watson Zizka and King Valraore Horton and lMarie Harrison The usual matinees will be gives A paroxyimJof coHghlufi may ofteu be arrested by to 8poonfuloglycer Ifae in a little otmilk J L l c TWO DEGREES Given Several Members ofr the A O H Wednesday Night The mission at St Louis I offIOf1ff i i last Wednesday night and yet a goodly number of Hibernians were present President Hennessy presided and John J Barry acted as Recording Secretary iin the absence of Tom Callahan Edward Nash was elected to membership The Visiting Committee reported that John OLeary and John Mnngan had recov ered from recent illness Messrs Tom Callahan John Connors Tom Divenay James Naughton and Ed Dalton were repotted ill The following members were given two degrees in the work of initiation John Caveney Edward Nash Pat Fit but i of Division 4 and Ebenezer Morgan Mike Relihan David Owens and John Callahan The following degree team officiated John J Barry Patrician Joseph P McGinn Bard Will Meehan Oracle YOUNG PEOPLE UNITED Miss Rosa Wright and George Rauten bush were married at the Church of the Sacred Heart Thursday morning The Rev Father Walsh officiated After a wedding trip Mr and Mrs Rautenbush will take up their residence at 1607 West Walnut street where Mr Rautcubush has furnished a beautiful home for his bride Mr Rautenbush is a well known barber and is Secretary of the State Board of Examiners and a member of Trinity Council Miss Wright is one of the prettiest and most accomplished young ladies in the West End She is sister of George Wright the machinist e the City Hospital JEFFERSONVILL C K OP A An open meeting of Branch 64 Catholic Knights of America will be held in Jef fersonville on May 20 Hon Barney Coll will preside and addresses will be made by Jonathan Thickstun State Presi dent of the order in Indiana Police Com missioner John A Murphy and others Visitors are expected from Louisville New Albany and other points An en joyable evening is promised NARROW ESCAPE Mrs Isaac F Whitesides wife of the popular exMayor of Jeffersonville had a narrow escape from serious injury Mon day While out riding in her carriage one of the wheels came off at Front and Spring streets but fortunately the driver controlled the horse until Mrs White sIdes sprang from the vehicle As she is one of Jeffersonvilles best known ladies the first rumors caused much uneasiness I among her wide circle of friends n iJJl MORGAN CIIIN- NOtI I F MERCER COUNTY CANDIDATE FOR r Clerk Court of Appeals Subject to Action of the Democratic Primary May 9 r W B OCONNELL OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY FOR CHIEF DEPUTY a- Q + + 44 + + + + + 4 + + + + + + + + 444 + 44 I me Ghas fl Rogers BOOK GO i+ gJjCI BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES i+ OF EVERY DESCRIPTION + PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIAL T 4 + FULL LINE OF EASTER 100DS VI434 W Jefferson+ + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + + FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE Ii3r- ii lt Ult UIIU UUW iIW IIU FJ UIUUUu I i ii1 I I IMJAnd Embalmers m jg miSS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer i Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice m 3 MOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT STREET E TELEPHONE 810ii Ii Slt E 1 DDnIDDD DRINK earsBREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN1- ZLWIl G COJIpANYINOORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 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