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ItiOLUMEi I VINGENTIANS Held Quarterly Mooting of tbpI Particular Council Last Sunday Various Conferences Report Re lief Work Done in Last Three Months Earnest Address Delivered b the Very Rev Father Deppen CBITERHIAL OF DIOCESE APPROACHES I The Particular Council of the St Vincent de Paul Society held its regular quarterly meeting at St Francis Hal1 in the basement of the Cathedral last Sunday afternoon Quite a large attend ance was on hand President James T Campbell was in the chair and Secretary John A Doyle read the reports and com munications After that reports we n read from fifteen conferences of the society in this city showing the relief given andwork done during the quarter Interesting reports were also made by the Jail and House of Refuge Committees The reports showed that the respective conferences of St Vincent de Paul were increasing in membership Owing to the mildness of the weather and to the fact that there has been plenty of work during the quarter just closed the various committees reported that there had been a great decrease in the requests for assist anceIThe Very Rev Father Deppen wasI called upon and made an impromptu address that was well received by the Vincentiant He dwelt particularly on the love of the late Monsignor Bouchet for the Society of St Vincent de Paul He said it had ever been the object of his tenderest solicitude and begged the Vin centians to keep Father Bouchets mem ory green in their souls Father Deppen reminded those present that five years hence the diocese of Lou ville would celebrate its one hundredth Anniversary or centennial jubilee He urged the members of the society to begin now to make preparations for that great event so that when the time rolled round the Catholics of this city woul cd make a creditable showing This diocese was originally establishe- at Bardstown on April 8 1808 The first Bishop was the Right Rev Benedic- Joseph Flaget D D who was conse crated on November 4 1810 On August 16 1819 the Right Rev Johns David was made Coadjutor Bishop of the diocese The Right Rev Guy Ignatius Chabrat was made Coadjutor Bishop on July 20 1834 In 1841 the seat of th diocese was removed to Louisville The Right Rev Martin John Spalding was made Coadjutor Bishop with the right of succession on September 10 1848 On June II 1864 he was made Archbishop of Baltimore He was succeeded by the Right Rev Peter Joseph Lavialle who was consecrated Bishop on September 24- George1805 The Right Rev William McCloskey D D was consecrated Bishop of Louisville on May 24 1868 Father Deppen deplored the fact that Louisville had not been made an archdiocese long ago He spoke of the greater scope for work in this event and hoped to seethe time that this would be known as the archdiocese of Louisville Father Deppens words were earnest and appealed to every member of th society ABLE AND FAIR Judge Sterling B Tonoy IIs Just to All Creeds and Classes While we do not take part between candidates in elections we always like to present fairly the qualities and merits of different candidates so that each voter among our readers may be able to cot Ktelligently and to choose the candidate best fitted in his judgment for the place The fierce assaults made upon the Catholic church and Catholic people iin this city and this country in late years and the unjust proceeding against the j church and its property and its religious orders in France make all Catholics wish to know whether any man who fla to m- on t the bench is openminded and fair or whether be iis narrow and incapable of being just to those who differ from him i in religion In our issue of Saturday July 13 1901 1 wecalled attention tnthe important Ken emus and learned opinion rendered by Judge Toney in the case of Coleman vs OLearya executor when he was not a candidate and in that opinion he held i that a Catholic in his will has the right to leave for macaw any money he may with to leave for that purpose That right hqItbeen disputed in some States and i disputed in this cue in this State Thed Court of Appeals has since affirmed that opinion of Judge Toney but he even went farther In that cue and held titthe bequest to the Bishop of a large su of mosey to establish a borne for poor oh MM oftlle Catholic faith WM valid lIdJj that a gift of a farm of 100 acres OR the LovbvUkI k Nashville railroad about pfee miles from the city to the lit J 1- II order for education or charity was also valid gift and that 3000 given to tb ec er Bishop of Cork for such charitable a religious purposes as he might deem best was valid The Court of Appeals over ruled Judge Toney as to the gift to the Jesuits and to the Bishop of Cork andI held that those gifts were void because too indefinite These decisions of Judge Toney show not only that he is a learned and able lawyer but also that he has the open mind and the fairness to do justice to men of every church when their affair come before him That is a very im portent quality in a Judge an indispens able requisite for a good Judge but it iisI haveySuch questions as were e Spalding and Coleman cases are always coming up and Catholics ore at a great disadvantage if the Judge is not a broad minded man a OUR HOLY FATHER Has Surpassed tho Days of St Peter the First 1PopeSurely God has blessed Our Holy Father Leo XIII in a wonderful way This great Pontiff has reigned over the destinies of the church longer than did ouet the twentyfive years two months and seven days which time the first Pope reigned as head of the church He was elected Pope on February 20 1878 H then virtually became the head of lU church though he was not formally crowned until March 3 of the same year Only one Pope has reigned longer and that was Pope Pius IX of glorious memoryThere was great rejoicing not only iin Rome on Wednesday but throughout the civilized world when it wav known that the Pope had accomplished the days of Peter He received numerous congratulations There are many who believe he will live to be one hundred years old and thus surpass in length the reign of Pius IX j s r WITH TANKS Did Division 1 Accept Invlta Alis bany Fair Division 1 Ancient Order of fiber nians met Tuesday night and transacted i business trric1t Bleeps creceived 1 the obligation of membership sicdlist NetAlbany to attend the Irish fair in that city on May 7 was accepted with thanks As several other divisions have accepted a similar invitation Division 1 decided task ofive the County Board to employ a band to accompany the Hibernians to New visiteThe members believe that it will the order to make a better showing an will probably cause many young men to join one of the divisions BISHOP OF BUFFALO a r To Be Chosen by the Propa ganda on Monday i Next A cablegram from Rome announces that the congregation of the Propaganda will meet on Monday for the purpose of choosing a Bishop of Buffalo to succeed Archbishop Quigley recently transferred thee chances lie between the Very Rev Michael P Connery Vicar General of the Diocese of Buffalo and the Rev Father Colton rector of St Stephens church New York City Father Colton has a little the best chance it is said BECOMES A BROTHER Joseph Chester Wunsch son of Joseph Wunsch Jr the well known brush manufacturer has entered the Brotherhood of I the Holy Cross at Notre Dame Ind He was accompanied to Notre Dame by the Rev Father O P Ackerman on Monday waes j received as a postulant at once Father Ackerman returned to Louisville on Wednesday Any other young men who have the desire to join the Brotherhood of the Holy Cross can gain the necessary information by applying to father Acke- man rector of St Philip Netis church THE POSTS JUBILEE The Evening Post rounded out twenty five years of service asa newspaper o i lIWallcapitalbuteditor in chief Etoryworked harder for success than Editor Richard W Knott No one her higher cidealshe is a gentleman who strives to live upIto his ideals The Kentucky Irish t1Americans editor many happy returns of the at FATHER WALSH IS IMPROVING The Rev Father Patrick Walt pastor 1 bdu iin dace Tuesday He ruffered eaa I severe attack of the grip He hubs proved ooastden bly and way be aWe to te MMUHC hU duties tomorrow n L- tn i7 t eCROWING The Knights of Columbus Are Rapidly Taking in Now Members Council Instituted at Lexington IbyLouisvilles Loyal Knights Newton G Rogers Responded to a Toast at Evansville Banquet IHTERBSIHG PROCEEDINGS DETAILED Blue Grass Council Knights of Colum bus was instituted at Lexington llast Sunday afternoon The new council began operations under the most favor able auspices Of the sixtytwo members initiated five were from Cincinnati four from Louisville and one Rev Father Ryan from Knoxville Tenn The initiation was conducted by the Louisville and Cincinnati Councils the former administering the first and third degrees and the Cincinnati the second followe wereechosenGrand KnightJohn M Kelly Deputy Grand KnightJames Rogers ChancellorJohn S OShea RecorderJames P Tacker SecretaryJohn B Lyon Treasurer Frank P Kearney WardcnrWilliam J Norton Inner GuardC J Reagan MurphyTrusteesThomas E T Houlihan and J E Fitzgerald More than 200 members of the Louis villa Council and almost as many mor from the Cincinnati Council assisted at the initiatory ceremonies Among those present from this city were District Deputy Charles J OConnor Grand Knight Peter M OReilly Messrs James J Fitzgerald Frank A Geher George Mulligan John H Coleman Matt J Winn Fred A Bauer H G Richert Judge Matt ODoherty Hon E J Mc Dermott and others After the initiatory exercises the Lex viaitinbrethren with a banquet at the Po ni Hotel John S OShea was toastmaster Toasts were responded to by Hon JS J McDermott Judge Matf ODoherty andi Frank A Geher of Louisville and Frank M Tracy of Newport On Sunday also Evansville Council Knights of Columbus initiated seventy new members Evansville Coundiconferred the first degree Washington Council the second and Daniel E Reagan District Deputy of the Fourth assistantsdthe degree Previous to the initiatory exercises the members of Evansville Council and visitors from various points in Indiana met and marchedjn body to Trinity church where they at I tended solemn high mass The initiatory exercises were held at 2 oclock in the afternoon After the snit lotion the members both new and old marched to Evans Hall where an elabo rate banquet was spread The hall was handsomely decorated for the occasion After the menu had been discussed Newton G Rogers the well known attorney of this city was called upon to respond to the toast Leo Xm Mr Rogers in a masterly manner re viewed the career of Our Holy Father as head of the churchIt is to be regretted that space will not permit his address to be given in full Capt C J Murphy re sponded to the toast The Catholic American Citizen Our order was responded to by John G Leahy of St Louis William M Madden of Evansville Council responded to the toast I greathitlargest hard wood market in the world he saidWe are the leaders in the manufacture of cradles and baby carriages also th crying need which makes them an absolute necessity LAFFEYtS LUCK tori More Responsible Position I cityie years ago Mr Laffey was a patrolman walking a beat in this city he was made for better things He born and raised in the Couuty Gal- way Ireland He received a good edu and was ambitious steady and sober When a vacancy occurred In the service of the Illinois Central Rail at this point Will Laffey was- commended re for the place So well did he attend to the work assigned him that the end of a year he wee promoted and given charge of the secret work on five divisionsol the Illinois Central with headquarters at Memphis A few month B later he was made one of the chief clerks the car accountants office and now be JMM been promoted to be aeetetaat chief clerk to the General gaped tuTlw Keatueky Irish American scyenil a r cd 1 = years ago predicted MrlJLaffeys rise itI quUonHis many friends h 9 ere pleased witl1 his rapid promotion CAPT TOIL AHER 24FTalks EntertalnTfTgly of Hi Trip to thfffIclfloL1 Coats I I Capt Thomas Saber Assistant Chi of Detectives has rein ed from a busii ness trip to the Pad Coast Calit Maher is one of the bestfknown crimj- Y real1 tCOURTCe1 C H t tlltOD AIBKO catchers in the United atesoHe is an observer offthings in general as well as of men He talks entertainingly of what be saw on his trip Safd Capt Maher That is a great co ntrt I went from here to New Orleans tliefice to Houstoni Texas I was more thaiqwo days rid through the Lone Star State Arizona a strange place It Io0k like a wilderness I believe it is theSiottest place adoehuts They are built pjjtaud and half off them are beneath the jlround They have to be built this wayon account of peoplehaveit with How the live ffji mystery The countrYasoucAngeles is great Orange groves cad lemon grov stretch away as far as y3k can sec And such oranges tool YovjjjetHothing like them here Why I banglit two dozen on the train sari aAtMf fjAKJit eating nowherex what oranges are San Francisco is a great place You see people of every nation plentifulc paper money there hardly anything but gold and silver Some of the banks re fuse to handle paper money at all spendini Capt Maher brought home as souvenirs for his brother detectives a number of gold quarters or lwentyfive cent piecest They are so small that one has to look twice to see them Capt Maher well treated by the officials of other ci while on his trip FULLY COMPETENT Hubert Vreeland Sterling Young Democrat For Commissioner- of Agriculture Hubert Vreeland whole announced in this issue for Commissioner of Agriculture is a sterling young Democrat in every way qualified for that position Mr Vreeland was for five years field editor of the Farmers Home Journal and has hadI four years experience as Assistant Co missioner of Agriculture under the en cumbent I B Nail He is a young man of strict integrity and would be an effi ricer officer COMMITTEE REPORTS Ott Donations For Catholic Hatla11 Gymnasium Will Be Made Tomorrowe menThen doft Sundwillreporttanight of tlngdonathe gymnaa wild Nor slum which it is p have been of the thatheldi a iaexpectfargeoutpouricgo on Sundayeveninnot be gy batItthenaslum is thetooell and it is size of Louisville t I taketimetheir place in the PATHEROALLASPERRED I Gallagher I The Rev Fait Very Rev who was easier ckschurchFather conhaainDaviesgregation madecounty a inStho6ldPatrickse 51 at the parture from among traU8meFatherferredStGlJagher opteMcCloakey GREAT WORK Is Being Accomplished by the Three Local Councils of the YllL I Trinity Held nri Intorestin Meeting on Last Mon Nightof I Mncldns Dance and Satollls Banquet Wore Well Attended HNT NEW MEMBERS COMING 1IN I Trinity Council Y M I held a large andenthusiastic meeting last Monday night Not only was a great deal of business transacted but there was a lot of pleasure President Tom Garvey was iinI the chair and every officer was present President Garvey announced the death of George W Limper The council1 adopted appropriate resolutions of respect The librarian was instructed toI purchase a copy of the Rev Ignatius I Ahmanns new book Father Ahmann Iis Grand Chaplain of the order for the Kentucky jurisdiction and is a great favorite with Louisville members of the order The Visiting Committee reported that no member of the council was on th sick list George Dues resigned as 5ta shal His resignation was accepted with regret The council accepted with pleas ure an invitation to attend the wedding of Miss Alice Ellard and Edward J Stos berg Ben Shrader an oldtime member appearancien e ovation bybefit a from j50 to 15100 After an animated dls cussion the council declined by a large majority to grant the increase Arthur Lauer was elected Marshal to succeed George Dues Joe McGill was elected a member of the Executive Commltte- Alpert Rehm was appointed Collectors Rev Father Niessen and Rev Father Leo Greulich pastor of St Anthonys church were warmly greeted as they were escorted to their chairs by Messrs Sullivan and Piazzai On being introduced fratherNieasen made a brief ffTr addressswhichamong other things he spoke of the Divine Drama a lecture illustrated with stereopticon views The following was appointed to confer with Mr Ulrich the owner of the Divine Drama with a view of having it given before the coun KellyaRev Father Leo Greulich was introduced and expressed his pleasure at being among those present He said he was pleased with the Catholic American and international spirit of the Young Mens gaalittiesy I beat looked into He asked them to see th only generous good charitable young men men who are good Catholics be received into the order Any oth material It said Father Leo will pro detrimental to the order His good advice was received with applause Bri addresses were also made by Ben Shrad a pioneer member of Trinity and HenryI Hoffman a visiting member from Mem phis Tenn After the formal meeting cigars were distributed and refreshments were liber ally supplied and the members enjoyed themselves in social conversation till nearly midnight rnOwing to the fact that Mackin CounI cil Y M L had a dance at Fountain Ferry Park on Tuesday night the attend ance at the business meeting was very t small President Frank Murphy callljl the meeting to orderIt did not take tl R long to transact all ho present were Pre George SimonlsJ Adams Joe Stelteoem Ttree er Hoseevermain bachelors long They like the society of pretty girls and as soon as the cayFerry danced wit the other fellows girls Two of these bachelors went so far as to offer to take a young mans girl home The youn man was willing but the young lady de clfnedtbeir ITheIt not only surpassed anything of th kind ever given by Mackin Council bu attendance was one of the largest ever at a private dance at Fountain I Ferry Park The music was entrancing and the young people enjoyed a very pleasant evening Satolli Council celebrated the nmanniversary of its existence by s thane at Seelbachs on Tuesday evening About thirtyfive were present including old and new members President Harry Colgan acted as toastmaster and toasts were responded to by every one present and a general wish prevailed that Satollii would not only live to celebrate its silver and golden jubilees but that it would see the time when it would round out its diamond birthday The dinner lasted until about 12 pm the WILBCTUItB citYat1ile1lriAdI 1 e r- r 7 Papacy and Leo XIII at St Louis on Monday evening April 20 The lecture was delivered under the auspices of tthe Knights of Columbus of St Louis The funds that accrued will be used in endowing one or more free huspital bedsI Several musical numbers were given by St Louis Knights after which Grand Knight Hornsby of St Louis made a address explaining the origin scope and aims of the Knights of Columbus Mr helgd the attention of his audience from start to close BENEATH A TRAIN Little Willie McCrone Mot a Horrible Death Last Saturday Death often cornea when it Is least ex pected Such was the case last Saturday I night when little Willie McCrone met a sudden and horrible death beneath a train at the fool of Eighteenth street Williei and his younger Brother Joseph like all boys were anxiously awaiting a la glimpse at the departing circus when tb unfortunate accident occurred One ofr the cars in the circus train hit the boy jawboueIinstantaneousIAfter being prepared for burial the body was removed to the home of his parents Mr and Mrs Michael McCrone at 1829 High street The deceased boy was a nephew of Mrs Michael J Hickey Hundreds of sorrowing friends visited the McCrone home Saturday night and Sunday to take their last look at the deadI m etre funeral took place from St PatricksI church at 9 oclock Monday morning Many friends of the family followed the remains to their last resting place in St Louis cemetery May his soul rest iin peace POPE AND KING Clasped Hands In the Private Apartments of Holy Loo XIII gaeve Edward VII King of England a private audience on Wednesday last King Edward drove directly from the British Embassy to the Vatican where he wasI received with elaborate ceremony andl conducted to the private apartments r theveunb e1SMiilt jfcpe cladi ll- nowy I white and his head covered by a scarlet velvet cap trimmed with ermine met him at the threshold of his audience chamber and welcomed the English monarch to the Vatican The Pope and the Kngconnersedlprivate for about twenty u which King Edwards suite was allowed to enter the audience chamber and each in turn was presented to the Pope Po Leo expressed his pleasure at the rot visit and the King was much gratified at the manner of his reception a HENRY SCHWIETERS I IsI a Candidate For An Import theerveRed Men ofHenry SchwIeters one of the popular deputy clerks of the Police Court is a candidate for the office of Great ChieflRecords of the Red Men The State e campment at which this officer will elected will be held at Maysville K May 1214 Mr Schwieters friends are working hard for him and have every reason to believe that he will be elected The office corresponds to that of Sea tary of a grand lodge During Mr Schwieters1 service as deputy clerk he has made many Erien I by his gracious bearing and accomodat ing manners If you want Henry to do nseof I grant it you will be just as pleased when ttwudowaasifbehadornseldom that then red his bee may be Great Chic 0ThC Red Men will be proud of hiliit WORKhEdward Fitzpatrick the graceful and reportgas er work is concerned To his energy the uisville Times was indebted last Satur 6 day for two and a half pages of readable Louistare for positions on the bench and in the Legis lature Mr Fitzpatrick is justly popular with all the politicians and knows how to say the right thing in a way to please and chhemployee on the Times andI F justly deserves his popularity THE FEAST OF ST PAUL The Passlonist Fathers celebrated the ApostIee tfewbnrg road last Tuesday In the morning solemn high mace was celebrated by the Very Rev Father Albert helan emitted by several members of order In the afternoon sung and benediction of the 10KcityendedrashAsat were nerved pa the grounds the I tiu I 0 IRISH FIELD DAY r Will Soon Bo Arranged by tho Ancient Order of Hi nbornians Local Members of the Order Will Attend New Al bany Fair Hustling Meeting of the County Board Hold on Wednesday Night OTHER AFFAIRS ARE ON THE TAPIS President Patrick T Sullivan of the ofctattendedrnight Every one of the four divisions was well represented Reports showed that Divisions 3 and 4 had increased in membership and that the finances of both had increased very comfortably An invitation from Division 1 of New Albany to attend the Hibernian fair in that city next Thursday night was ac cepted It was determined to have the CountyBoarddivisions meet at the Fourteenth street depot at 8 oclock so that the entire Kentucky delegation of Hibernians can bodyState Butler moved that the Ancient Order have another Irish field day during the approaching summer Joseph P McGinn favored an Irish fair instead Mr Butlers motion prevailed however and the following committee was appointed to arrange for TynanJoseph johnJDivision 3 was given permission to divisiontake the organization of a military com Hibernianimously authorized Division 3 to go aheadwith this enterprise A motion was adopted calling upon the KnightswCounty Board and snow cause why they p should not be mustered out President Mike Tynan on behalf of Division 1 asked permission to give an entertainment in the near future The request was cheerfully greeted all feel ling certain that anything undertaken by this good old division would be for the benefit of the order It has been hinted rightthingmanagement Numerous expressions In favor of a fair have already been heard hopedPresidentmen may join with Division 1 if one is to be given This course is strongly advo LynchDivision in vited all Hibernians to attend its meet l largeclassthe various divisions County President Pat Sullivan will read a paper appropri ate to the occasion Several other lead addressesbe l will be served yThe County Board urges all Hiber nians to attend the Irish fair given in New Albany New Albany Hibernians have never been slow to assist local en bereclJUBILEEt Of St Martins Branch Appro Calebrrated Last Sunday Night CatholicKnightstyfifth anniversary of its institution last ldinGraystreetstapariehdwere repre sentatives present from nearly every Paidtrampever since its foundation called the i meeting to order Among the prominent members of the wereMichaelMcGinnSupremeVeeneman H Brehme of Cincinnati MonsignorFrauds urch and his assistants the Rev AssentNearlymade addresses C8ion durlugelisped has paid out 92000 to the widows and orphans of deceased members of theorder CECtIAStA missions ndretreat youngladlesbegineasedon Sunday May and will continue until the Monday 7+ ReyFather1 poadaet wvices I oj S T7j IENTISCSY IRISH AlME RICAlYrKENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGfiN ILN1111NIIIIIIIII1- 111Yeroted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Entered at the Louisville Postojflce as SecondClass Matter UdJerI all CommankHonsotbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326 West Green Street C TRADES I UNION I COUNCIL itLABE LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY AMAY 2 1903 BIRDS OF A FEATHER fl Birds of a feather will flock together They may at times seer far apart antagonistic in their aims declarations and efforts but they come together finally Thi is being illustrated in what some insist on terming the irrepressible conflict of capital and labor Even in this kind eventually finds and mingles with kind Agitation separates the gold and the dross and concentrates each respectively The years of contest of mutual denunciation contention lockouts strikes aggression and resistance more or less disastrous to both has resulted in the uniting of the sen sible honorable and fair capitalists and laborers in the one party and the obdurate unjust and dishonor able capitalists and laborers real or professed in another The lines are already becoming dis tinctly drawn at least in the United States The first have learned to respect the just rights of each other to see that their inter ests are mutual that injury to one injures both that benefit to one benefits all and on this basis by conference concession and arbitra tion adjust differences without loss or disturbance of trade and peace with the result that both are pros pering as never before in the worlds history The second follow ing the old rule of antagonism contention and hate are united only on one pointopposition and condemnation of the first class Thus the leading industrial transportation and commercial capi talists and legitimate labor unions are united in the Civic Federation to further conciliation concession and arbitration on the basis of respect for just rights honesty and fairness Arrayed against these are those manufacturers the Man ufacturers Association refusing to accord to labor any right except to work on such terms conditions t and pay as the employer dictates t and the irreconcilables anarchists and their ilk Herr Most for in n stance condemning each other but naturally unanimous in de nouncing the Civic Federation and its adherents and followers Funny but it is a fact Only recently the Manufacturers Asso ciation in session in New Orleans applauded President Parrys denunciation of organized labor ridicule of the Civic Federation the i Anthracite Strike Commission the farce of arbitration and solemnly i indorsed his warning to the Ameri can people of the menace of organ ized labor to the lives proper tv J liberty and very existence ot the American Government anc nation President Parry mpf not have heard the only ecH to his utter ance but in JohnrMost the recognized mouthpiece of anpachy in this country just re o leaied from the workhouse is wel comed as a martyr and hero of liberty by his alien disciples In his response to their greetings he reiterated to the minutest detail the sentiments of Parrys address and the declaration of principles of the Manufacturers Association Thus these birds of dark feather come together Parry and Most though professedly deadly antagonistic to each other are really united on the one chief essential to the safety of e life property liberty and the per petuation of the government and nationthe suppression and obliter ation of labor unions Now that these two obstinate unprogressive devotees to fundamental principles1 of liberty have rsachod a common ground on which both can stand 1t1 envy their closer relations uniting and agreeing to practice their pecu liar ideas on each other exclusively with a monopoly of all the accruing benefits The thousands of menu facturers and millions of working men who prefer the new way of conciliation and arbitration are so egotistical as to believe that at merging of Parry and Most a close and exclusive combine might be a good riddance of bad rubbish for the whole country They are willing to risk it anyhow A FLASH IN THE PAN England is again trying to alarm the world against Russian aggres sion and its menace to trade inter ests of all nations The English press clamor for earnest protest and naval demonstrations to protect British privileges in the East by urging China to refuse the Russian proposition which gives more con trol over Manchuria to the exclu sion of other nations Somehow Englands warning does not seem to be heeded nor her threats feared as heretofore except by her ally Japan Indeed she was not con sulted nor is she considered by Russia France and China the parties to the Manahurian issue Other governments do not seem to believe their interests threatened whatever danger may betide British interests and privileges Each of them Germany included seems content to look out for itself When Japan at the instigation and with the secret aid of England defeated China in war for which an indemnity was levied China having no money was forced to borrow In stead of borrowing from England as was intended China accepted the offer of the loan from Russia which borrowed the sum from France giving cessions and control of Manchuria as collateral till the debt should be paid Thus Russia and France acquired what England designed to acquirecontrol ot Chinese territoryas the result of Chinas reverse in the war with Japan Against the consummation of this deal England protested and threatened war but to no avail Russia occupied Manchuria sup pressed revolutions and brigandage took possession of seaports and harbors fortifying and providing facilities for commerce pushed her railroad extensions from her trans Siberian railroad erecting depots barracks building roads and bridges and also massing troops in the province and war vessels in the harbors with provisions and munitions of war if needed to maintain her right of pow aaitM 1Jt1 In the troub luenctla Jllun ICS to pay tSvFfufther impoverished China and the Boer war and other adversities have rendered England less able to oppose Russian aggres sion in the East Nations do not heed her protests but prefer to treat direct with China and Russia and China seems anxious to foster the friendship of other nations even against the wishes of England regardless of results to English in crests and privileges Privileges especially English privileges are no longer recognized though England fails to realize that her sun has set She will not be allowed to dictate the policy enjoy the privileges control the trade and mark off the map in the far East as she had become accustomed to do till recently She is powerless to in duce or force other nations to permit it and should her ally Japan b led to play the cats paw Japan will eqHlched England de 0 mands privileges all other nations ask only equal and fair terms for the trade of Asia and guarantee of equal rights to all China is willing to grant this and Russia to allow it- Russia has the army France the money and both large fleets England and Japan have the largest fleet but neither have the money Other nations will not interfere unless necessary to protect their rights and interests The inver itable result is too plain There will be no war in the Far East Russia and France with the con sent of China will do just about as they please in Manchuria The British lion may growl Japan ma- ybarkno one seems to care if they do England is already a second class power and will have to stain her class- Germanys tariff war of exclusion is not resulting well for Germany The shutting out of American pork has raised the price of meat beyond the reach of the Ger man people while the production and sale of American pork is not affected the demand continuing and the price advancing Amer ican export trade shows no decrease even with the loss of German trade but Germanys exports to the United States for the first three months of this year show a decrease of 70 per cent from the same months of last year The German merchants and manufacturers al ready realize which is losing but the agrarians who control legisla tion in Germany do not yet feel it but they willand then as usual with all such moves they will be clamorous for a change His Eminence Cardinal Gibbons officiated in the dedication of the Worlds Fair buildings of the Louisiana Purchase centennial Of course there are those who object to such prominent participation of a Catholic prelate even though the Cardinal is American born reared and educatedundoubtedly Amer ican And what more appropriate than that Catholics should appear prominently in such a celebration The pioneers founders builders of the Mississippi Valley wilderness were Catholics so devout that they named the settlement designed to be the great center of all their possessions after the patron saint of their native country of France St Louis PRIVATE PARKS Should Be Liberally Patronized and Their Owners Given Moro Encouragement The Kentucky Irish American has been generally commended for its article on Louisvilles public and private parks It is all right for the people who can afford country homes in the summer to- ry out against the parks because these people do not need them Fresh pure air and sunshine is one of mans inalienable rights and where else can the poor man the tired wife and mother and the sick children get that fresh air save in the parks The parks are the country homes of the poor and the poor certainly have a right to pursue happiuess in their own way The people know what they want in the way of entertainment and it does OJ wt pf the parks long Ii they want when ant known to them thisovate parks will con o fc Past that is to furnish wIoYcin the freshments good music and features oL novel yet clean and entertaining char acterIf the weather is fit most of them will be open tomorrow The proprietors of these parks need to be encouraged by the patronage of the people Give them this encouragement and there will be no qilarrel about the character of the people who attend The vicious classes will not care to mix with the best people HAPPY UNION Edward J Stosberg and Muss Alice Ellard were united in the holy bonds of matrimony at the Cathedral of the Assumption at 4 oclock Wednesday afternoon The Rev Father Rock performed the marriage ceremony and spoke feelingly to the contracting parties on the dignity of marriage and the duties of the married state The attendants were Messrs Ed Routger and Jacob Eiff The Cathedral was crowded with friends of the happy couple After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Stosberg were tendered a reception at the home of Mrs Ellard the brides mother at 830 Preston street The many friends of the happy mated couple called and wished them happiness on their journey through life The wed hag presents were numerous and handsome To prevent steel brooches or ort menu from gttting rusty or dull when not wear iing keep ia a box in which ha little powered starch U CI I 11 n 1 1 v I r u A 1 m tJI fiIIrV I Vote For Jefferson Countys Only Candidate For a State Officer r HUBERT VREELAND4a tt The Present Assistant Commissioner of Agriculture and Formerly a f t f Representativeof the Farmers Home Journal For r iC Commissioner of Agriculture t LABOR AND STATISTIOS-d DEMOCRATIC STATE PRIMARY MAY 9 1903 f C c = =a = = Sc IIS08IETV Mrs Rapier Hayden of New Haven Ky is visiting friends in Louisville Mrs Margaret Wunderlich has as her guest Mrs Ursula Gadlent of Lebanon Miss Mamie Weisenberger has been visiting Mrs Richard Dehoney in Frankfort Mrs Will Young of New Haven Ky has been visiting her parents in this city during the past week Mrs John Malone fend Miss Anna Ma lone have returned from a visit to Mist Edith Malone in Ohio Miss Nettie Holtman has gone to Frankfort for an extended visit to her friend Miss Rosa Salender Mrs J T Sullivan of Parkland has as her guests Misses Matttie and Mabe Shacklette of Brandenburg J H Burns of Wilmington Del iis visiting Osborn Reilly Mrs S G Reill and other relatives in new Albany Mrs William Kelly has returned home after a pleasant visit to her daughter Mrs WllHamvLflckett at Knpxville 1t Mrs Patrick Tracey of Jeffersonville has returned home after a visit to her daughter Mrs S A Beech of Whiting Ind f Mr and Mric Murphy have rented Dr Gavin Fultons home near Pewee Valley and will remove there nex week Mrs John Neary and son of Lafayette ladare visiting Mrs John Haffen at her home BOa East Oak street Nev Albany Q John Moser and his sister Miss Matild Moser of this city left Baltimore Thurs day for a tour of Europe They will be absent three or fpur months Henry Voighjt Jr of Chattanooga who carne to Jeffersonville last week tc attend the marriage of his brother George F Voiglit has returned home William Tewes and Miss Tilly Trouy were married bythe Very Rev Father E M Faller at St Marys church New Albany last Wednesday Both are popular young people 11 James Whallen of New Albany who has has been critically ill in St Louis was brought home Sunday His condi tion is serious but his friends entertain hopes of his recovery Frank Mehler of Columbus Ohio and hiss Anna Brush of St Josephs Hill Floyd county Ind were married in St osephs church eight miles west of New Albany on Wednesday Dennis Hines is critically ill at his home 924 Dnmesnil street He suffers from a very severe attack of stomach Double Mr Hines is well known in American and railroad circles Charles J fthehasagaluof severaltee after an illness con aregi i recovery William f MrsandtownshipwereThursdaynds of matrimony wasperformedReichnether Leonard James Qu nteenthandLytlertreeta foraboutwhichwerelindenSprings restoredoi Mrs Jam wellmownhasbeend for themonth is rafl past healthandhome in the nherreturn future Miss Anna Ca left for ffofthe Evening Poet slateretches Miss to visit her of theCarmelite ltiurHary Joseph baa not seem foPd schools whom she MiMCarr will Nt about eleven years 4nt extWilCk Mrrrdnk McGrath are re I J I- IIII JOHN B CHENAULT I I I SIFORI I I I AUDITORIIII I I IS PUBLIC ACCOUNTS I DEMOCRATIC STATE RIMARY MAY looser U 4r 4MiiMM 1iMM AMMMifMlM JOHN M MULLOY DEALER IN SpicesAna Pond Lily and Home Baking Powder O1O A2V MA1ZI418T ST Telephone Main 1189 joicing over the arrival of a little gir from Babyland which arrived at their home Seventh and York streets on Thursday of last week Mother and child are doing well and Frank is receiv ing the congratulations of his friends J B Keyer Martin Keyer and their sister Miss Lizzie Keyer left for St Louis Wednesday afternoon to attend the festivities attending the dedication of the Worlds Fair buildings Miss Keyer who is quite a vocalist will take part in the musical exercises attendant upon the dedication Phil B Newman and Miss Ella Vic toria Wilson were united in matrimony at St Louis Bertranda church on Wed nesday afternoon The attendants were Miss Emily C Pulford and Ernest Weikel Mr and Mrs Newman left im mediately for their future home in Savannah Ga The many friends of Mrs Jacob Hoertz the estimable wife of the well known contractor will rejoice to learn that she is again able to sit up in her room after an illness of over a months duration For a time her condition was critical which makes the news of her recovery the more welcome Miss Bertha Heffernan the eighteen I yearold daughter of Deputy Sheriff Dennis J Heffernan is suffering from an attack of organic heart disease She is confined to her home 2215 West Chest nut street Three years ago Miss Heffer nan had a similar attack but recovered She is a bright and charming young lady Her many friends hope for her speedy recovery Samuel P Connor and Miss Lillian Agnes Leonard were married at St Pauls church at 4 oclock Wednesday afternoon the Rev Father York officiat ingMi18 Anna Leonard a sister of the bride was maid of honor and Otto Bennett was the best man After a reception at the home of the brides parents the newly married couple left on a trip to the East Edward White and Miss Mary E Crowe were united in matrimony at St Pauls church Wednesday afternoon The Rev Father Thomas A York officiated Miss Katie Lutrick was maid of honor and Harry Weaver was the beet man The bride and maid of honor wore andjj Mrnetatlo made gowa and carrfod bride II lJ s oooooooooo oooooooo 8 SAVE J 1MOTHERS BREADl Pine China Free 7 V Ask your grocer about it when you ask for MOTHERS DREAD If you get satisfactory informationor MOTHERS BREAD fresh and Scant every tIme you call for itcall up 2318 either phone Every house Sin Louisville may get a set of handsome china absolutely free VVV iVVVVVVVVV VWVVVV t 1 I I I Int I 11 HII I I I Jul t I I H I I I I I 1111111 I I IIII I NHH1 I11- HOME I I I PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 cr cr ttj ttRtt 7 FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST MAIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT ht13I1 I 111 I Hl I I I IIIH I I HHIIIII H I I I HH H HH SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGO s ON THE CIIIIIIn an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky PRANK J AgentCMAnagerWroses After the ceremony Mr and Mrs White were given a reception at the home of the brides mother TOOK THE WHITE VEIL Miss Margaret T McQueeuy and Miss Josephine Bankin received the white veil of the Order of the Sisters of Mercy in the chapel of the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy on East Broadway last Thursday The Rev Father Anthony of the Franciscan order officiated The ser mon was preached by the Rev Father Albert Phelan a N r f 0 STEWART BROTHERS 420 W GREEN ST CARPENTERS BUILDERS BOTH PHONES 3O47 Jobbing Work of all kinds given our personal and promptattention Flour thrown upon buining oil will instantly extinguish it while water only spreads the flames n Jrl1NTUOKY IRISa FaaY =6JAl T MACAULEYS SATURDAY MAY 9 TWO PERFORMANCES Liebler Cos big production of ft ROMEO AND JULIET If With an AllStar Ca- stBUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY MAT 3 Matinees Stmdty Monday Wednesday Saturday The Favorite Big Show THE UTOPIANS T W DINKINS Ii Co Proprietors TWO BIG BURLESQUESAND Seven Big Vaudeville Acts pioeiix JJ1i1f parK Open for the Season NOW ISTHE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Outings SocialsT- his beautiful park has been greatly improved this season and is furnished with new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts BROWN LEGHORN EGGS Five Cents Each JACQUES 2422 ST XAVIER ST Brown Leghorns can be kept in small about half feed of other chickens They lay about ten months in the year only stopping when moulting Pullets begin laying at six to seven months A few hens will supply the family with eggs Record for three ears1899 twelve hens and pullets 1233 eggs 1900 ten hens 868 eggs 1901 eleven hens and pullets 954 eggs 1902 during very cold 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 RailroaoI VERY LOW RATES T- OCALIFORNIA And the Southwest ONLY LINE running through personally conducted Excursion Sleepers to California New Mexico Arizona and TexasI 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 address F W Harlow D P A Louisville FINE TRAINS TO 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 obser vation cars drawingroom sleepers compartment cars and club cars Forhand somely illustrated literature descriptive of Florida and Cuban resorts folders etc address any agent of the Southern Rail way or G C Stewart Trav Pass Agent Lexington C H Hungerford Dist Pass Agent Louisville GB Allen Asst Genl Pass Agent St Louts H B Spencer Genl Manager St Louis LOW RATES TO California Washington Oregon Idaho Montana and Utah VIA Big Four Route tine Way Colonist Tickets at very low ratty on sale daily until June 15th 1903 inclusive For full information and particulars aa to rates tickets limits call on Agents iBIfi Four Routefor address the undersigned WARREN J LYNCH Genl Pas and Ticket AIeuttYp D PPE MetGenlP- awss allll1iCJtet Agent Cincinnati O- liJ fetot QtMttl Ataf LMrifvW Ky un c IRISH SOCIETYDiRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan Vice presidentJohn Riley Recording SecretaryMark Ryan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank arreet- TreasurersThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President James Welch Recording Secretary Edward J Kei ranFinancial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Kelrau DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Mouth PresidentJohn Cavanaugh Vice President Thomas Quinn Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial SecretaryWilliam Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial Secretary J6e P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerJohn P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kinney President Frank Hogan Vice President Frank Lynch SecretaryJohn G Cole TreasurerMike Kenney Financial SecretaryThomas OHern Y 3MC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentFrank F Murphy First Vice PresidentLouis W Born traegerSecond Vice PresidentHugh Higgins Recording SecretaryGeo F Simonis Corresponding Secretary Frank G AdamsFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia stree- tTreasurerJoseph Steltenpohl MarshalWilliam Shaughnessy Inside SentinelRobert Osborne Outside SentinelPat Conn- ollyBOOKKEEPING TugU uiir tipirtlsitneUca JIB Ho Rurg la Boell W B TSTOAH EXPERT ACCOTOTANS 172 Tenth ATI IRELAND Record of the lost Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The second reading of the Irish land bill in the House of Commons will not take place before next Wednesday The King has definitely expressed his willingness to open the Royal Victoria Hospital Belfast during his forthcoming visit to Ireland At the last meeting of the Carrick Dis trict Council at Waterford tenders were accepted for the erection of eight cottages under the laborers act In the semifinal Rugby football match for the Munster cup played at Limerick between Garryowen and Rockwell the former were victorious by one penalty goal to nil It would be difficult to express any opinion at present as to what may be the recommendations of the Commissioners but certainly it looks as if matters were brightening up for the erection of a new bridge over the Suir at Waterford The Dublin public health department now appear confident that they have got complete control of the smallpox out break and are strongly of the opinion that it is only a matter of a short period until they will have completely stamped out the disease Coroner Alfred Blake held an inquest at the Cork municipal buildings on the body of young James Sullivan Lower Road who was found drowned in the River Lee near the Harbor Commission ers yard A verdict of death from drown ing was returned According to a return issued by the Board of Trade the number of Irish emi grants last month was 1859 as against 1925 in March 1902 The total number for the first quarter of the present year was 3220 as compared with 3057 during the corresponding period is last year Katherine Roche grocer of Cloyne was recently adjudicated bankrupt in the Cork Bankruptcy Court When the messenger went to execute the warrant she could not be found having left for England She was arrested in London andreturned to Cork where she has been confined in the city jail His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant in the exercise of the prerogative of mercy has commuted the sentence of death upon Andrew Moore a prisoner in Cork jail into one of penal servitude for life Moore was convicted at the recent Cork assizes of the murder of the Rev Bell rector of Kilmeeu parish The Irish Executive has notified County Inspectors all over Ireland that recruiting for the Irish royal constabulary has been suspended and that candidate who have forwarded their names for appointment should be advised to look for other situations This is an Indication that sense tional developments are impending and changes are in contemplation Things are very rosy all around Not for ages has Ireland looked out upon so fair a prospect says the Dublin Inde pendent It would seem as if a new era had really dawned and thatat latIre land fr to JUT aoaM of the chances idle u l has so long been pining for The states manlike effort to settle the land question has been followed immediately by an ad mirable scheme to further the great move ment toward industrial development- The Duke of Connaught writing to John McKenna Secretary of the Ulster Rifle Association relative to the arrange ments made for the forthcoming visit of the American rifle teams to Ireland says he is sure they will meet with a reception in no way inferior to that given to our representatives in Canada His Royal Highness adds that he will do all in his power to further the cordiality of their reception and be pleased to meet them in DublinA fatality occurred at Tralee station on the Great Southern line John Collins who was employed coaling the engines at Tralee was crossing the line from the goods side to the passenger platform when he was knocked down by an engine which was backing slowly into the station and killed almost instantane ously The left arm was nearly severed from the body and the skull was badly fractured Deceased was about fiftyfive and leaves a widow and three children He was a native of Headford- A very sad burning fatality occurred in Armagh in Lower English street whereby Mary Ellen McGuiness aged four years daughter of Edward McGuiness com mercial traveler was accidently burned to death The child was put to bed by a servant who on going to bed herself found smoke coming from the nursery which prevented her getting to the cot where the child was She immediately alarmed the father who at once rushed to the room and was horrified to find that the child was dead It is thought that the child was playing with matches and accidentally set the bed clothes on fire The jury found a verdict of accidental deathA private soldier belonging to the Royal Munster Fusiliers named Riordan met with a serious accident at the Kin sale military barracks While in his sleep and unknown to the other soldiers occupying the same department he got up in the night and began to walk around the room and whether the window of the room happened to be raised up at the time or that he raised it up during his sleep is unknown but unfortunately through some unaccountable means he fell out through the window onto the ground underneath and sustained very serious injuries to several parts of his body his back shoulders and arms being it is reported seriously dislocated He was taken up and examined by the local doctors and now lies in a precarious con ditionExactly this month two years ago the people of Bawn near Nenagh were on several occasions thrown into a state of panic by a series of loud and prolonged wails as emanating from the bowels of the earth On Saturday night the unearthly sounds were again heard by several people in the neighborhood The noise begins at the boundary of the town land of Bawn and is repeated every quarter of an hour and dies away at a great distance from where it is first heard Some of the neighbors received a great shock on hearing the weird noise and it is the opinion of many that it is the wail of a banshee Two years ago as stated the place was visited by a force of police accompanied by a large crowd of people from Nenagh to hear the cries and in quire into the matter and all were aston ished at the unearthly shrieks At an inquest held at Blanchardstown by Coroner Friery into the cause of death of a laborer named Patrick Dolan aged fortyfive years who died as a result of an explosion of dynamite which he was using in blasting stumps of trees that had been blown down in the district during the recent storm The jury returned fa verdict of accidental death Dolan leaves a wife and seven children to mourn his loss and much sympathy is felt for them in the district Deceased and John Brophy were employed by Col McCartney Fil gate at Hillsbrook Castleknock Brophy brought the dynamite with him in the morning but forgot to bring percussion caps to explode it He went for the caps and asked Dolan to soften the dynamite While Dolan was doing this the dynamite must have exploded and killed him The saucepan in which the dynamite was being softened was blown to atoms and some of the metal embedded in a tree A big charge of it went through Dolans heart and Dr Cullen said that death must have been instantaneous FATHER HILL COMES HOME appointedAssistant Hill was born and raised in St Johns parish Since his ordination several years ago he has been on rural missions His friends are glad to hear that he has been transferred 19 the city GREAT BOXING CONTEST The twenty round boxing contest between Benny Manger and Kid Broadwill take place at the Auditorium tonight under the auspices of Col R E Grays Southern Athletic Club The public is greatly interested in this bout Dave Sullivan has announced that he wants ago with the winner of tonights contest George Gardner and Marvin Hart will box twenty rounds under the auspices of the same club on the night of May 13 Gardner will act as one of Yangers seconds while Hart will officiate in the same capacity for Broad- BUcKINOHAM The Utopians a favorite big burlesque show will be the next attraction at the Buckingham Theater The Magic Hat anew and entertaining burlesque will be given as a curtain raiser Razzle Dazzle another burlesque with handsome costumes and sparkling music will close the entertainment In between the fol lowing vaudeville acts will be given The Joaselin trio premier acrobats Joe Mad den and John W Jess comedians Tom Ripley monologue and singing Mark and Kitty Hart in a novel coiaedy sketch the Lavelles in eccentric dances Charles SplrmwIBuwill be given each night with tuaal iiaU flee durlagthe weeki u a i PATHEROPBULLS1Louisville Written by Sir Boyle lloacli Gets Things Mixed Wherever Ho Can in His Queer Epistle Tolls of the Trolmlous Times of NinetyEight in His Own Style YERY CHARACTERISTIC POSTSCRIPT Below we give a copy of a letter written by Sir John Boyle Roach during the troublesome times of Ireland in 1798 Sir Boyle Roach has an international reputation in history as the father of Irish Bulls This letter is a fair sample of his manner of writing and speaking If there was any chance to get in the wrong ides at the right time or the right phrase in the wrong place Sir Boyle Roach was sure to take advantage of it The following letter characteristic of Sir Boyle is in the possession of Michael Gleason of this city Mv DEAR SIR Having now a little peace and quietness I sitdown to inform you of the dreadful bustle and confusion we are all in from the bloodthirsty rebels most of whom are thank God killed and dispersed We are in a pretty mess can get nothing to eat nor any wine to drink except whisky and when we sit down to dinner we are obliged to keep both hands armed While I write this I hold a sword in each hand and a pistol in the other I concluded from the beginning that this would be the end of it and I see I was right for it Is not half over yet At present there are such goings on that everything is at a stand still I should have answered your letter a fortnight ago but I did not receive it until this morning Indeed scarce a mail arrives without being robbed No longer ago than yesterday the coach with the mail from Dublin was robbed near this town The bags had been judiciously left behind for fear of accident and by good luck there was nothing in it but two outside passengers who had nothing for the thieves to take except their purses and watches Last Thursday notice was given that a gang of rebels was t advancing here under French standard but they had no colors or any drums except bagpipes Immediately every man in this place in cluding men women and children ran out to meet them We soon found our force much too littleWe were too near to think of retreating Death was in every face but at it we went and began to be all alive again Fortunately the rebels had no guns but pistols and pikes and as we had plenty of muskets and ammunition we put them all to the sword Not a soul of them escaped ex cept some of them that were drowned in the adjacent togs Ina short time nothing was heard except silence Their uniforms were all of different colors but mostly green After the action we went to rummage a sort of camp which they had left behind them All we found was a few pikes without heads and a bundle of Fenian commissions filled with Irish names Troops are now stationed all around the whole country which exactly squares with my ideas I have only time to add that I am in a great hurry P SIf you do not receive this of course it must have been miscarried Therefore I beg you will write and let me know SIR BOYIB ROACH HAS MANY FRIENDS John B Cliettault Is Setting the Pace In the Rice For Auditor The race that John B Chenault is make ing for State Auditor is as gratifying to his friends as it is surprising to his opponent When the party authorities decided on a primary IJhe accepted the conditions without a j rptest He was prepared to submit his laims to the representatives of the peo ile in a delegate convention or to the p pie themselves at the polls By either method he only demanded fair play Mr Chenault has not sought a place on W slate that has been or that might be formed He be lieves that the voters j hould be free to make their own choice without dictation from any quarter He bears no ill will toward his opponent itla in all the other State races he is avoid ing the slightest suggestion of interfen nee He wishes his fellowcandidates apod luck in their respective contests To know John Che lault is to be his friend He has a disposition that feeds on sunshine and geji sweetness and light out of cares that ould embitter an ordinary mans exists ceoThe kindli ness that brightens his face and keeps his heart young radi tee to his fellowmen and all who crate in contact with him are full sharers in his good nature but back of his geatleMM is a courage and determinationtk4t rounds out his character He translates the word duty literally In his official life he sets a high standard believing that the public service demands all that fe best in him His record comraetkfe him SB heartily to the public as his pewooal qualities en dear him to his friends It is a pleasure for those who know kirn best to serve him without hope 6f reward confi dent that in furthering his promotion they are doing the State a service By training habit and experience Mr Chenault wUl jmjfc aa ideal Audi tor He has tlKHxAigh tkttowledgeof the duties of this impwsstolSee and he will bring tetra afcuMBfcd awl a vigor o 1 f ous body It will be fortunate for the Democracy to have John Chenault nominated BIG Y M I INITIATION Quite a number of local members of the Young Mens Institute will go to Cincinnati tonight and tomorrow morn ing to attend the joint initiation to be held by Cincinnati Newport Bellevue and Reading Councils in Knights of Pythias Hall on Walnut street The class to be inftiated is very large Cin cinnati Council alone has ninety candi dates During the morning the members of the Young Mens Institute and the candidates will attend mass at St Pauls church and will be addressed by the Rev Father Lamping of the Diocesan SeminaryThe members of the order from Louisville and elsewhere will be enter tained at dinner at the Dennison Hotel The Initiatory ceremonies will begin at 2 oclock sharp Thomas Burke of Coun cil 161 Dr J Riordan of Council 163 J A Cassidy of Council 206 and Brother Ostendorf of Council 176 will the first degree A picked degree team from Council 164 will confer the second degree In all 150 candidates are to be initiatedAfter the initiation an elegant banquet will be tendered the new members and visitors Joseph A Cassidy of Bellevue Council will be the toastmaster Rev Father Ignatius M Ahmann will respond to the toast Light and Shade John E Fitzpatrick to The Plain People Other speakers will be William Ray Joseph Kealey Gym Maher Will Perry and others Arrangements have been made to seat 300 at the banquet Dele gations from Indiana and Pennsylvania will be on hand to assist at the initiation Messrs Gerald J Connolly Joseph A Cassidy Louis Heister and Joseph Kealey have been untiring in their efforts to make fitting arrangements for the enter tainment of visiting members of the order SECURE GOOD CONTRACT The Louisville Fire Proof Construction Company of which Pat Bannon Sr is President and M Jeff Bannon is General Manager has secured the contract for rooffing the new jail with fire proof tiling The estimated cost is 9500 Nothing but union labor will be em ployed on this work The Kentucky Irish American is glad to see local people get the jail contracts DOING GOOD WORK The people of St Williams parish expect to give an entertainment for the benefit of the church some time during this month Rev Father Murphy has endeared himself to all his parishioners and all are trying to help him beautify the church and surrounding lawn FOR A WORTHY CAUSE The Pauline Dramatic Club will pro duce A Noble Outcast at Macauleys Theater on Wednesday evening May 27 The funds will be devoted to a worthy cause The best local amateur talent will- take part FIRST CAKE She measured out the butter with a very solemn air The milk and sugar also and she took the greatest care To count the eggs correctly and to add a little bit Of baking powder which you know be ginners oft omit Then she stirred it all together and she baked it full an hour But she never quite forgave herself for leaving out the flourf HOUSEHOLD HINTS Flowers should grow around our homes when it is possible to have them iif only a few or even a pot plant set on one end of the doorstep in summer will add a charm to the home For a quick cake beat until thick four eggsi add four tablespoonfuls of sugar half a cupful of flour a little cinnamon and lemon rind beat well and spread on a baking pan bake in quick ovenand cut at once The juice of a lemon taken in a cupof strong tea without milk will often cure a sick headache Another excellent remedy is two teaspoonfuls of prepared powdered charcoal taken in half a tum blerful of cold water Articles of food that are damp or juicy should never be left in paper Paper is simply a compound of rags glue lime and similar substances with acids and chemicals mixed and when damp is unlit to touch things that are to be eaten Time usually required for cooking vegetables String beans beets and cabbage two hours peas and onions one hour turnips threequarters of an hour potatoes squash stewed tomatoes one half hour green sweet corn on the ear eight minutes when cut off five minutesTo paint squeeze a clean cloth out of hot water dip it in whiting and with this rub the paint till all dirt is removed Rinse well with clean water dry with a soft cloth and polish with a chamois leather Paint cleaned in this way looks like new and the white will not injure even the most delicate colors It is sometimes difficult to keep raisins figs and dates away from annoying little ants and roaches but this is easily ac complished by putting them in paper bags that are well brushed over with strong borax water and dried before the fruit is put in The little pests do not like the borax and will not gnaw through the sack when thus prepared- To clean burnt saucepans dont scrape them till you have tried every other means to remove the burnt portions Fill with cold water and let soak for several hours Then fill with fresh cold water and eddy if yon have thema heaped tablespoonfulof wood ashes Soda may be used instead but it is not so good Now place the saucepan on a cool parttof the stove and let It boil up very slowly When it boils espty the wateraway and scrub with a stiff brush Repeatif BeeeMMry U JOE PRYOR CANDIDATE FOR Judge Jefferson Circuit Court CRIMINAL DIVISION Subject to Action of the Democratic Part- yRr R lLENZ CANDIDATE F- ORSENATOR 37th SENATORIAL DISTRICT From Shelby to Fifth St Subject to Action of the Democratic Party 1903 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1903 JJASSCICIOCONNORij ij ij CANDIDATE FO- RLEGISLATUREl I L FIFTIETH DISTRICT TENTH WARD Subject to the Action of the Demo cratic Primary May 26 1903 C B THOMPSON ELORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 261 West Jefferson St 682 Fourth Ave DOTH TELEPHONES 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes All who attend the meeting of Division 3 Monday night will have a good time Dont fail to join your division when it goes to New Albany nextThursday night Prof Turner of Boston gave an illus trated lecture on Ireland at Erie last Friday evening under the auspices of Division 1 Every division in Denver Col will receive holy communion at the Sacred Heart church in that city on the first Sunday in May State Chaplain Father Barry will officiate William P Cantwell County Supervisor of Charlestown S C and a prom inent member of the Hibernians was in the city shaking hands with his friends during the past week The three divisions in Minneapolis Minn helda joint initiation on Wednesday night A great deal of rivalry was exhibited to see which division would have the most members Division 3 of Syracuse held a well at tended meeting last Thursday and con ferred the first degree on nineteen candi dates An excellent musical programme was rendered and refreshments were served The second and third degrees will be conferred on May 14 The ball given by the Hibernian Knights at Denver Col Tuesday night was the last of the series of social events given by the Hibernians this season The ball was well attended Just before the opening grand march Capt McNa mara put the Knights through a fancy drillNational President Dolan has written a letter of commendation to Myles Murphy the actor who is now starring in the East as the hero in Saucy Jack Barry Mr Murphy recently gave a performance in Syracuse which was well received Mr Murphy has a high class Irish play and should receive the support of all Hibernians Division 2 was organized at Seattle Wash on Tuesday night of last week Edmund L Sheehan National Organizer officiated during the evening The orator of the occasion was the Right Rev Bishop ODea He lauded the order for the good it had done in the past and urged all loyal sons of Erin to become members The new division starts out with seventy members PASSIFLORA CLUBS DANCES The Passiflora Dancing Club opened a series of six dances at Fountain Ferry Perk on last Thursday night One will be given each Thursday for six consecu tive weeks WILLIAM E RAPP INJURED William E Rapp the accommodating teller of the German Insurance Bank while suffering from an acute attack of indigestion fell from the rear of a Second street car at Second and Jacob streets TharsdayiaorHiHg He alighted on his head and sustained severe bruises on the on THIS LITTLE BANE 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 little deposits and pay you 3 IIINTEREST TitleSavings FIFTH AND COURT PLACE Open Daily until 3 p m Saturdays until 7 p m I Spring Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas C SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Green Streets Telephone 2241 W H PAINE Tin Slate and Iron RoofingAL- SO TIN SHEET IRON AND COPPER WORK Daler in Stoves Tinware Hardware etc Repairer of Hot Air Furnaces Hone PHONE 5003 1453 18th Street Bet Broadway and Maple e PfIfR M NDRIOT SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN S- TBROSHERRMANN IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street BIG FOUR ROUTE T- OIndianapolis Peoria rCHICAGOAND AW POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN 0 BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 259 Fourth Ave J GATIQS yWARRUNWM P DEPPE A G P Aj CINCINNATI O top of his head and shoulders His fey juries while painful are not of a serious character f- e 1 J N1UOKY TiaiYill A11E1iIVLy14 CAST ITOTJIR VOTIS FO- RGREENEROBERT Lr CANDIDATE FOR Clerk Court of Appeals Subject to Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election May 9 =se- T J WATHENS Ice Cream Cakes Charlotte Russe and Wine Jellies Are the Best and His Prices the Lowest Try Them Home Telephone 19L 629 EIGHTH STREET et 8 =esmQ s + GEHER SON Complete Assortment Latest Styles and Best Makes I COOKING AND HBATI- NGSTOVES CAST AND STEEL RANGES I 217 Market Street Near Second Mm I DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KBBN- ANKoollall W DouOh6rtut i I UNDERTAKERStt 1225 West Market Street iiTwelfth and Thirteenth TELElP Io 12LO2 All Galls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages Furnished for All Occasions 1 D Dougherty Telephone 3992Z t = = I fJaid 13zpertAcroaataetEducates I llaloR Iftlf W I SIXTtI AND Badlag MAIN RTKEBT5 LOUISVILLE KY STATIONERS PRINTERSBINDERS BOOKSELLERS t Young People For 13usrInas Good Employment and Succ alI t caLL on WRITS ron run FORMATION I jJ Business College I I The Bradley Gilbert Co j XHCOBPOBATBD j Blank Books Paper Box Manufacturers RepMtinUtlm of the Hammond Typewriter for Kentucky Typewriter Supplies Ribbons etc lor all Machines Cor Third and Green Sts LOUISVILLE KY LOUISVILLE MACHINE WHITEWASHING Cot CONTRACTORS FOR ALL KINDS OFIPainting Calsomining and Whitewashing Floors Stock and Machinery Carefully Protected Material Applied Hot by Compressed Air Under Pressure of 140 toI 200 Pounds Endorsed by Insurance Commissioners Fire Commissioners United States Government and Boards of Health QUICKER BETER AND CHEAPER THAN BRUSH WORK 11v O7BKIElsr7 IMIGFIR 1631 Gallagher Street Louisville Ky Telephone 6878 Drop Postal for Estimate- IPARADISE SAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY PROPRIETOR Home Telephone 384 248 Wast Jnffersen St HENRY Csr LAUER LXJitXtJiCP 9 B 110 Fine Wines and Liquors Livery 4k Boarding Stable I 407 EJPFFERSON T042M s1Me1 41Q rnoh Heusi OI5 WtMilrkitt FAIT JKFPCRSON STREIET NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB szcoxPOxnaraea SPRING MEETING DERBY DAY MAY 2 1903 Fifteen Days Racing lrom May 2 to May 19 SIX HIGH CLASS RACES EACH DAY EXCURSION RATES ON ALL RAILROADS AND STEAMBOATS DOMINICANS Will Erect Handsome Dianas tory at the National Capital The Design Will Bo Pure Gothic and the Cost About 225000 House of Studies Will Bo Removed From St Josephs Ohio HOME PEOPLE INTERESTED The Dominican Fathers of this province- are preparing to erect the largest Gothic monastery in America It will be known as the Dominican House of Studies and will be located in Washington in the immediate neighbornood of the Catholic University The estimated cost is not less than 225000 Prom those who have seen the plans it is learned that the Do minican House of Studies will be the most beautiful cluster of buildings in that section of the national capital The architecture will be of Gothic style Cloisters quadrangles chapter room and all other features of monastic structures will be included in this big monas tery It will have a frontage of 185x220 feet in depth One entire side will betaken up bya church also built it Gothic style Indiana graystone will be the principal building material which while it is useful is also enduring This great monastery will have a triple interest for Louisville Catholics In the first place it will be intimately connected with though not a part of the great Catholic University secondly the Do minicans have endeared themselves tc Louisville Catholics and particularly to IrishAmericans by their hard and zeal ous work here during the last forty years in the third place the work of erecting the buildings will be done under the personal supervision of the Rev Richard Meaney O P Dominican born and raised in Louisville The building will be pushed to com pletion and it is desired to have it under roof end ready for occupancy by Easter Sunday next year but the community will not move into it until the September following All the students and pro- Cessors of the Dominican House of Stu dies now in St Josephs Ohio will be transferred to the new house St Josephs has become too small for the growing needs of the Dominicans Moreover the Dominicans of this province will soon have to furnish their quota to do missionary work in the Philippines The professors filling the various chairs of study in the new Dominican House of Studies are all men who have taken de grees in the celebrated European uni versities of the order At their head will be the Very Rev D J Kenney Regent who is well known as an excellent then logian Among other Instructors will be found Dominicans who are specialists in canon law church history etc The final determination to erect the House of Studies at Washington D C is largely due to the zeal and enthusiasm of the Provincial the Very Rev Father L P Kearney O P- FATHER HART ILL The Rev Father Edward J Hart of Chicago Kyfs seriously ill at St osephfl Infirmary His many friends hope to hear of his speedy recovery SEND IN YOUR BOOKS The lot to be raffled off by the St Louis Charity Club will be disposed of on the evening of May 20 The sale of tickets is progressing nicely and the members of the club are much gratified Persons who hold books of chances are requested to- make their returns at once so that no books will remain out on the day of the raffle IRISH PAIR Tim Hurst that energetic and versatile risaAmericaa bad his Irish fair in St Louis last week It was held in the big Coliseum building and attracted large crowds Blarney Castle the peasants abla the map of Ireland laid out in turf the piper the donkey and all were ou hand lust as they were here last autumn Of course the fairin St Louis given ona larger and more elaborate style than in Louisville END OP TILE WEEK EXCURSION Big Four Route arl2iLol1i villa to Indianapolis sad retrs Train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot Satur day May S at 8 oclock PJ1f Tickets IeaviagIdIaJlpo1lalil Take advantage of the low rate and- spend IhiBday at the Hoarier capita- lTkklto on MM at sky Ueketones M- fcrik MWHM and at depot a J Datai GcfietaLAgent o Q c r SAT DERBY TODAY if Churchill Downs Will Be the Mecc of Tettsof Thousands of People Today Today Is Derby Day To citizens of Louisville in particular and Kentuckians in general this means a great deal One of Kentuckys chief products is good horse flesh Kentucky is noted the world over for her fast thoroughbred running horses Each year sees improved methods of trainingand better horses It is toda that we celebrate the annual running of that turf classic the Kentucky Derby Horse racing hue long been known ei the sport of kings and as every Kentuckian feels himself to be a sovereign today he exercises the tight to bet his money on the choice of his heart Every Irish American is bound to have a little drop of sporting blood in his veins and gets more or less interested over the running of the Kentuc1cyDerby This year the meeting that begins toda will continue till May 19 with Sunday left out The sport under the manage ment of the New I puisville Club promise to be better than ever The grand stand has been repainted and the old wooden boxes have given place to handsome ones of iron The new club bouse is a thingI of beauty RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Frank Pfeifer who died at Johnstown Pa on Sunday tool place from the Church of tbe Sacred Heart on Thursday morning Mr Pfeifc was thirtyseven years old and was atone time a member of the Louisvill police force The funeral of James Pendergist who died on Friday atthe residence of hia son John Pendergist 1830 Tyler avenue took place from St Cecilias church at 2 oclock Sunday afternoon The funera was largely attended by friends of th dead man and friends of the family Michael Moore1 fiftyeight years old died at his resftleHce 1867 Tyler avenue on Wednesday mruingHis funeral took place from St Patricks church at 9 oclock yesterday morning The de ceased had many friends who sympathize with the members of the family in their bereavment May he rest in peace Mrs Catherine Buckley aged sixty nine years died at the residence of her oninlaw Thomas Scally 1720 West Market street last Wednesday morning The funeral took place from St Patrick church at 10 oclock yesterday morning Mrs Buckley vas a lady well and favor ably known for her humility and works of charity May she rest in peace The funeral of Geo W Limper the fire alarm operator took place from St- Maryscburchat 0 oclock Monday morning The pall bearers were chosen from among the young mans associates In Trinity Council Y M I and fire department Mr Limper was a young man of much promise and his untimely taking oil is everywhere regretted Maybe rest in peace Mrs Johanna Schupp an aged and respected lady of the East End died at her home at Goss avenue and Texas street yn Monday night Mrs Schupp was ightyeight years old The funeral took place from St Martins church at 9 oclock Thursday morning Her sU grandsons were the pallbearers They ire Fred Joseph George Maurice Charles and Edward Schupp Miss Maggie J Miller an estimable young lady of the Vest End died at the home of her parents Mr and Mrs J B Miller last Fridjiy The funeral took place from St Patricks church at 10 sclock Sunday darning Miss Miller was not quite tijutyyears old She was tbe idol of jterv parents and had a lost of warm friends who mourn her loath May hershulrest in peace John J OCoaiSter fortyseven years old died at Sts Mary and Elizabeth floe ital last Wednesday night The deceased was a son of Mrsjjlancy OConnor and he late William OConnor The remains were removed the family residence 1230 Churchill tract The funeral took place from the Church of the Sacred Heart at 9 ocloc e yesterday morning The interment WM in St Louis Cemetery ir OConnor w favorably knows in be community His many friend extended theJr 8v iptthy to the bereaved family May l er itin peace Jeremiah lLyouk an aged and re pected citizen o Jaffergonville iI11d- died at the family tppMeaoe lit Indiana venue on SuuA t He had suffered rosi a oompltcaV a of diseases Mr Lyons was bo u iu pretend sixtyone yt8 ago but Lad Sicad the greater part ifbislifeiaJrifaB wUlle He had ben- ortnanyyearia fi fulemploye of the AmerJaaCar aw Foundry Company elcavfs a wlfaai I the following chil Lien Mn Jost B Cineinussti Miea Nellie Lyooa YM rand William f ye Ite TY4fs4 which wee lardy dMz1 try p1lJI M tAicW8earck OJ Tidy ase+dng- Y II J t HONORS Will Be Heaped Upon Bishop Francis Silas Gbatard of Indianapolis Cardinal Gibbons And Man Other Church Dignitaries Will Attend Laymen Have Arranged a Mon ster Demonstration in a Public Hall TIRES DAYS OF JUBILATIOP The Catholics of Indianapolis are m k- Ing great preparations for the silver Episcopal jubilee or twentyfifth anniversary of the consecration of the Right Rev Francis Silas Chatard The festivitie will continue three days May 10 11 and 12 On Sunday afternoon May 10 the laymen of tbe diocese of Indianapoli will hold their demonstration in honor of their Bishop at Tomlinson Hall Speeche will be made by a number of promineo gentlemen of Indianapolis and othe cities Quite a delegation of Louisvlll Catholics will go to Indianapolis to assis at the exercises On Monday May 11 the children of Indianapolis will do honor to the Bishop Tuesday will be the last and greatest day of the three On this occasion the largest number of Catholic church dignitaries that ever assembled in Indiana will be present to honor tbe Bishop Amoni the distinguished guests will be his Emi nence Cardinal Gibbons twentysevei Archbishops and Bishops and more that 300 priests Among the distinguishei guests who will come from a distance is the Right Rev Bishop Montedosca of San Luis Potosi Mexico an old friend of Bishop Chatard The sermon at the mass on Tuesday will be preached by the Most Rev Archbishop Quigley of ChicagoAfter the mass the visiting clergy will be entertained at dinner by Bishop Cha tard Bishop Chatard was born on the Island of Martinique more than sixty years ago His father was a native ol Prance and his mother a native of Ire land When Francis was quite small his parents removed to America Here the young man grew up and in early life was noted for his piety After studying In the best colleges in America and Europe be was ordained priest His untiring zeal for souls and his executive ability made him a marked man among the clergy In 1878 be was consecrated Bishop of Vincennea Ind but a short time later removed his official seat to Indianapolis where he has since remained Bishop Chatard has proven popular with all classes and they are now vieing with each other to do him honor IRISH AMERICAN SOCIETY The IrishAmerican Society will hold ttr regular monthly meeting at Hibernian lull on Thursday evening Business of importance is to be transacted and a full attendance of the society is desired NEW FIREMEN NAMED The Board of Public Safety on Tuesday appointed the following regular members- of the fire department Edward P Speak O C Castarken William B Duffy Pat Hartnett George E Pitzpatrick and Peter Sexton RENEW THEIR PLEDGE Holy Trinity Total Abstinence Society- of New Albany will be reobligated tomorrow at Holy Trinity church The Rev Father John B Kelly will officiate and will be assisted by the Rev Father Ken ley This is one of the largest temper ante organizations in Indiana MR MORAN REMEMBERED John T Moran whose resignation as Superintendent of the Louisville Packing Company took place yesterday was handsomely remembered by the employee on the eve of his departure from that establishment A few minutes be fore Mr Moran left the establishment Tom Wolferting one of the employes stepped forward and in a neat speech presented Mr Moran with a handsome watch charm set with five diamonds Mr Wolferting said he spoke in behalf 0000al1 the employes and what he had to Myme from his heart to a man they aU dearly loved Mr Moran was yMbly affected but in a few words expressed his gratitude for bis mark of friendship He urged all toI eM faithful to his successor Mr Justice Wardaathey had beet to him and to contulie to remain faithful to Mr Cud sky and the Louisville Packing Comp y He said the fora ooeld not be x Ukldirpacklsg house la tkc tatry n t- a j JJI MORGAN CHINN y OF MERCER COUNTY CANDIDATE FOR Clerk Court of Appeals Subject to Action of the Democratic Primary May 9 W B OCONNBLL OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY FOR CHIEF DEPUTY t Sf8 8f sSTUB Gnas fle Rogers BOOK GO having recently incorporated and added new capital to the business ore now prepared to furnish all kinds of f+ BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION PICTURE FRAMING A SPECIALTY FULL LINE OF EASTER GOODS 3W Jefferson Street 8S FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60l INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY f htJ1I E ftDnR E111 Ilf IsSIi41IEHEI lOran W Smiths Sons I i Funeral Directors II- ii And Entbalmers1I MISS KATE SMITH Lady Assistant and Embalmer E Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short N tlceIIMOVED TO 700 WEST WALNUT TELEPHONE 81O = DnDftDDDDDftBunUUDDftDlftftDD1 DRINK Hofbrau Pilseneri Beer BREWED BY SENN A ACKERMAN BRE ING Coin A wIT- OORPOkiATElD TELEPHONE 452 XtOUXSVJXtXtE KY 1 fIE E YII1 11I1 1Ir1 1 IjMuidoon Monument Gompanui AND BUILDERS OF IJBSIONEItSI ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GR- ANITEfIonuments III I IIArtistle Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy j1 I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET I emLlLxIn miI1m4ItmImu1uIrnb- ootree nm vrsr 1 tut H8Jfetr 4 JOeJlmalzpldp BIale r tY IfpcrlFen ifQl4ue JgutpvtlleKjJ Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now In our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged school building in the South Visitors always welcome School open all year Students can enter at any time E J WRIGHT President joxxxvr E FRANJ WALTERS rrP1 Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET etephene 2093 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN F OERTELBUTC- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 1400140 Story AyeTtepo1e 891ItM VILLEi KY J I o i- JI r