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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a t I KENTucKY IRIS AMERICAN VOLUME XIINO 3 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY JANUARY 16 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTS CHOSE OFFICERS t J Jefferson Federation ofCatholic Societies Made Wlso Selections Afflllatlugr Bodies Arc Work jug in Harmony For Corn mon Good Delegates Urged to Make Con cert For Orphans Grand success WORKING FOR A GENERAL CAUSE The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies held its first meeting of the present year at Satolli Hall last Friday night A large attendance of PRESIDENT JAMES B KELLY delegates was particularly gratifying to the officers inasmuch as it showed that the Catholic societies of this county be lieved in the federation movement As it WAS the time for the annual election of officers a full attendance was rendered jall the more desirable Dr Joseph W Fowler presided ndwas generally con ergof the Board of Aldermen by delegates who had not seen him since his election John J Barry Secretary of the Enter tainment Committee made a report showing that a handsome sum had been realized at the euchre recently given under the auspices of the Federation President Fowler announced that the election of officers was in order and al though repeatedly urged to accept the office for another term declined on ac count of the stress of business The election was then entered upon and re sulted as foUow- sPresidentJames B Kelly First Vice PresidentA J Sheridan Second Vice PresidentDr Frank S ClarkThird Vice PresidentMiss Mary Sheri danSecretaryEugene J Cooney TreasurerLouis F Steiner Executive Board to be chosen from the various societies affiliating with the County FederationAncient prder of Hibernians John J Barry Young Mens Institute Clarence H Zook Catholic Knights of America Thomas Sheehan Catholic Knights and Ladies of America Miss M Weisenberger and Lawrence J Mackey Ladies Auxiliary to the Young Mens Institute and Catholic Womans Club Miss Mayme Kiely President Kelly who is also Grand President of the Young Mens Institute Kentucky jurisdiction made a brief ad dress after assuming the chair He pledged his heartfelt efforts toward see curing success in the federation move ment Patrick T Sullivan County President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and a delegate from that body to the Federa O tion addressed the meeting and urged that the Federation try to enlist the Ladies Auxiliary in the federation move ment Mr Sullivan also urged the members to support by every means in their power the forthcoming concert to be given for the orphans under the auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians by Miss Maud McCarthy the talented Irish violinist He requested alt to remember that Miss MacCarthy would appear in Louisville on Easter Monday April 4 and asked the delegates from various societies to bear the date in mind so that no entertainment would be given which would conflict with the concert for the orphans President Kelley not only concurred in Mr Sullivans re marks but asked that the delegates from different societies keep the dates of enter tainments well in mind so that they would not conflict Vice President Anthony J Sheridan made a brief address thanking those present for the honor done in electing him and pledging his best endeavors for the federation movement Before ad journing the delegates gave the retiring officers a rising vote of thapks The next meeting will be held at Hibernian Hallo February 5 FIRST OF YEAR The LftdiM Auxiliary of the A P H wiltf bold the firat westing of the per- yepr tNsS W laelay slight at Hibernian e c- j n Hall Several questions of importance will be discussed and the proposed cele bration of Robert Emmets anniversary acted upon This matter was referred to committee of ladies last month and their report will be looked for with inter est It is also expected that valuable information wilt be imparted from the State and county officers so a large attendance is desired The ladies are also highly elated over the fact that Rev Patrick Walsh has promised to be with them and will deliveran address AWFUL SHOCK To Friends Was the News of the Death of Mrs Dallas Brown Mrs Mary J Brown wife of Dallas Brown died at her home in Cincinnati on Sunday night She had suffered from typhoid fever for several weeks past and while her death was not altogether unex pected nevertheless it crime as a terrible shock to her relatives and hundreds of friends in this city Mrs Brown wasthe oldest daughter of Mr and Mrs Thomas F Barrett of 1032 Morton avenue and was born in Louisville thirtythree years ago Three years ago she married Dallas Brown well and favorably known in rail road circles Shortly after their marriage Mr and Mrs Brown removed to Cincin nati where Mr Brown became the city representative of the Southwestern Mis sissippi Valley Transportation Company The deceased is survived by one child Catherine an infant two years old She also leaves six sisters and three brothers They are Mrs Henry Goss Nellie Katie Dora Anna and Florence Barrett and William Thomas and George Barrett Mollie Barrett as she was familiarly known to her friends before her marriage was deservedly one of the most popular young ladies in Catholic circles in the city No church or charitable bazar from one end of the city to the other was without her service What she did she did willingly cheerfully and she yet never appeared to tire of doing for others Whenever or wherever there was an ape peal for aid for the orphans or a poor church there Molly Barrett could be found She was also a leader in all enterprises for the benefit of St Braids church So highly did the Rev Father Henry Connolly regard her that when he heard she was seriously ill he journeyed all the way to Cincinnati to give her what consolation and aid was in his power But ttrlsgodslrtilWaltrtltt fltiiSWorl11 One week ago she buried her youngest child a boy eight months old The mother quickly followed the little boy who had gone before to prepare the way for her She who had been so busy doing for others in this has certainly found others preparing her place in a better world The remains were brought to Louis ville Monday evening and removed to the family home on Morton avenue The funeral took place from St Brigids church on Wednesday morning I BEGINS WELL Catholic Womans Club Starts New Ypar Most Au spiciously The Catholic Womans Club has begun its new years entertainments under most auspicious circumstances and all signs augur success for this laudable enterprise The first of the series of public entertain ments was the euchre held on Tuesday afternoon and evening last week The attendance was large and encouraging to the officers of the club Handsome prizes were donated by Miss Maggie Judge President of the club Mrs John T Malone Mrs Thomas Reenan Mrs Charles Smith and Mrs August Volz The next euchre in the series will be given on the afternoon and evening of the first Tuesday in February The cafe for gentlemen an annex to the Catholic Womans Club has met with such success that it will be con tinued Men of affairs who are in a hurry to eat dinner or supper will find prompt service and substantial viands at the Catholic Womans Club During the Lenten season the lady managers will delight their friends and patrons by a series of lectures The work of selecting the lecturers is now well underwayand all who attend will hear something interesting as well as attractive I SODALITY ELECTS OFFICERS The Young Ladies Sodality of St Augustines church Je fersonville held a largely attended and enthusiastic meet ing last Sunday when the following officers were elected to serve during the year 19- 0presidentMiss Nellie McDonnell Vice PresidentMiss Julia McCarthy SecretaryMiss Annie Nolan Treasurer Miss Maggie Perrette Librarian Miss Mary Kenney MUSICAL COMEDY What should prove a very pleasing en entertainment will be given at St Anthonys Hall next Wednesday even ing by the pupils cf Miss Rose Huber The feature will be a musical comedy interspersed with the latest catchy songs As the proceeds will Jbe used for char itable purpose a 1argeaudlnceilooked1 for The entertainment wilt be under the sole direction of Mini Huber which juareqi performance of mach malt At THE TOP That Js Where Irish AmericansI Are In Now York City Capt Manor Tells of n Pleasant Visit to the Grcat- 1Iotropollfi Saw Manhattan Island Under Care of Experienced Guides INEBRIETY AN UNKNOWN QUANTITY Capt Thomas Maher Assistant Chief of Detectives has returned from New York City where he spent eleven day and saw the city from end to end as probably no Louisville man ever saw fit within the same time Capt Maher wen to New York on business yet he to combine a good deal of sigbt seein with his official duties and during hi sojourn gained a world of experience He went to the metropolis to bring back a man wanted in this city on a felony charge Requisition papers were neces sary and Capt Maher went with his papers fully and properly prepared as he thought However New York courts are quite technical and a flaw was found in the requisition The papers had to be mailed back to Kentucky and this gave Capt Maher an extension of time in the mqst progressive city in the world Of course he does not regret his trip nor the delay occasioned To a representative of the Kentucky Irish American he said- I have visited various parts of the country from the great lakes to the Gulf of Mexico and from the Pacific to the Atlantic ocean and I must say I was never treated better or saw more to de light me than in New York City Of course I saw it under peculiarly advan tageous circumstances because I was almost always accompanied by a detec tive who knew every hole and corner of the city You can see what advantag- that gave me in getting around and getting around quickly I could fill books with what I saw but of course the readers Ofyour paperareprindpallyinterest in IrishAmericans and let mft tell you there are plenty of them in New York plenty of them on the police and detec tive forces and holding high and im portant positions in the city government William McAdoo the new Commissioner of Police was born in Ireland but came to America when quite young yet from all I learned he is as patriotic an Irish man as can be found anywhere and a the same time is as good an American Inspector George McClusky head of the detective bureau is another Irish American of whom our people may well be proud He is keen active intelligent and has more than ordinary executive ability To show you in what estimation he was held here is a copy of a commend atory letter to him written by Gen F V Greene the retiring Commissioner and Republican c Dear Sir Before the close of my administration of the police department I take pleasure in expressing my appre ciation of the skill which you have ad ministered in the affairs of the detective bureau since I placed you in charge of that bureau about ten months since The efficiency of the detective force has been greatly improved under your com wand and in the two most difficult cases viz the socalled carrel murder and Ripper murder your energy and skill in apprehending the murderers have justly gained the approval and commendation of the citizens of New Yolk Wishing you all possible success as a police official of the highest right and of national reputation I remain very sin cerely yours F V GRBKNB Commissioner William P Sheridan a Detective Sergeant is head of the Bertlllon system there He is another fine fellow So is Detective Sergeant John F Kelly Why I was always beiug introduced to Capt Sweeney Capt Shelley Capt llannig n- and lots of others with such names Dont think for a moment all the good people I met there were Irish though One of the cleverest gentlemen I ever met was Detective Sergeant William H Funston who was with me every day took me to his home took me every where and saw that I saw New York in all its lights and shadows He is a thor ough gentleman and I hope to be able to show him around in Kentucky someday John J Curtayne one of the managers at Lyons rejtaurent on the Bowery was another fine fellow He was a Cork Irishman an intense Nationalise and all right Say I could go on this way for a week reciting the names of Irishmen who are at the top in New York Many of them that I met in fact nearly all of them were Knights of Columbus and the Knights of Columbus there are hold ing responsible positions in the city government in mercantile affairs and many of them are in business for themselves When these New York K Cs found out I was a K C and from Kentucky they could not do enough for me Another thing that struck me in New York was the fine appearance of the police and detectives They are all big strapping fellows excellently well dressed and ptodate Among them I never found aman who would take adrlukor who showed the slightest sign of ever o- D having taken a drink The Irish Ameri I cans of New Yolk are certainly sober industrious and t rlfty Of course I saw more than the Iii American side but I1 I MAHERsguess that s what 3 our readers are most metthat they have real n to be proud of the forginggcitysrBEFORE LENT BEGINS Hibernians wTu Spend Pleas and Evening at New Athletic Club The Lenten seaso Is fast approaching when frivolity wi 11 cease Therefore Division 4 of the ttclent Order of Hi bernians has decide to provide an evening of pleasure amusement for members andfnoceut and their friends at the Club on- ThursdaYnlbt uary 28 For some weeks past an NeIIetlc committee of young menb i en making arrange ments for a euchre end ball that will sur pass any giventhis winter and all indi cations point totboth social and financial success j At the last twojineetingg of the divis ion encouraging repots were received as willebe awarded amongfiem two donated by the members ot ih tLadies Auxiliary The niusiowillrlb gliclass and reu eliestrarsndedthere will be plenty of amusement be sides the euchre and dancing Those who would spend au evening in real Irish style will not have another such opportunity this winter Invitations and cards of admission can be procured from any member of Division 4 AIDtTo Sufferers at St Cath erines Was Lent by Pat Glynn Patrick Glynn Section Superintendent of the Louisville Nashville railroad LouisaBertrands parish who deserve credit for I PATRICK GLYNN the prompt and energetic work done for the relief of the Sisters find pupils of St Catherines Academy immediately after the recent fire Mr Glynn was one of the first to suggest a relief train for the sufferers He and Major John Gault the veteran Louisville Nashville railroad conductor being familiar with the rail road and knowing the kindness ol heart of the officials felt assured that they could secure the relief train at the least possible cost Thanks to the efforts of these laymen and to the Very Rev Father Volz 0 P who accompanied them as a member of the committee they got the train free of charge and the money collected tp charter the same went to supply provisions and clothing for the sufferers IOUiS1v111eyears that time was foreman ofa section He arose to his present position through sheer force of merit He is active in all church worka prominent member of the Holy Name Society and not only believes in belpIng those in needy cir cumstances but practices what he preaches In addition tobilwork for the railroad company he iis a member of the grocery firm off Mackin fit Glynn ti t jjjhjjtj SOCIAL SESSION Of Central Committee hold in honor of Its Now Officers Vocal and Instrumental Music Made Occasion Very Enjoyable KoutlnoBusiucss Is Postponed One Week in Honor of the Event I SPEECHES MADE BY NEW OFFICERS r Since there can be no fraternity with out sociability Catholic societies have founded their hopes on the social feature because unless we are sociable creatures we can not understand and hence can not practice charity the keystone of religion It was this idea that led a number of public spirited Catholic gentlemen to form the association known as the Cen tral Committee of the Catholic Knights of America several years ago The movement has been a success although it met witH obstacles fault finders etc The gentlemen who compose this com mittee were students of human nature and realized that something more than the mere insurance feature was necessary to keep the Catholic Knights of America strong to make it attractive to old as well as to new members How well they have succeeded is an oldjaucl oftrepeated story but it is a pleasure to relate the happy eyents connected with the installa tion of officers of this Central Committee at Stt Marys Hall last Friday night President Michael Reichert presided when the meeting opened and roll call showed tHat not only were all the officers present but that more members were in attendance than at any time during the last twelve months even Delegate Zoel ler of New Albany and Jonas Gehrig of Branch 32 being present and hailed joy as the lost sheep But no withI was one missing the Rev Father B Westermauu the Spiritual Director of the society President Reichert appointed Messrs Norton Hill and Gobvacom Inltte 10 St larys rectory and bring Father Westermann over While this committee was performing its duty the Auditing Committee made its final report for the year showing that the books and accounts ofall the officers were correct and well kept President Reichert announced that the installation of officers was in order and at this June ture Ben Speaker who so successfully managed the recent dramatic perform ances given under the auspices of the Central Committee put in an appearance and was accompanied by Bauers Orches tra a popular musical organization that lent its aid in making the dramatic per formances successful The committee soon came in with Father Westermaun who was received with every mark of respect When he had been informed of his election as Spiritual Director he promised to do all in his power to pro mote the interests of the Catholic Knights of America and thanked the members present for the honor conferred upon him Supreme Trustee Joseph P McGinn then assumed charge of the meeting and received the obligations of tthe following new officers PresidentNewton G Rogers Vice PresidentCharles J Desse SecretaryAlbert F Martin TreasurerEdmund G Rapp MarshalJoseph P McGinn TrusteesCapt Jack Murphy Charles Falk and Jacob Goby When President Rogers assumed the chair Mr Reichert the retiring Presi dent presented him with his handsome gavel The new President made a brief address in which he stated that he ap preciated the honor and confidence reposed in him by the members of the committee and promised to be impartial in the administration of the affairs of his office knowing neither friend nor foe in the conduct of the committees affairs Mr Rogers recommended that the sub committees be enlarged and that the members render their best service that thus the finances of the order might be increased In conclusion he said he hoped they would all be present one year hence to thank God they were Catholic Knights After this the orches tra played several selections which put all in a good humor Mr Reichert moved that all routine business be postponed to a meeting to be held on the fol lowing Friday night and that the remainder of the evening be spent in social session in honor of President Rogers and his newly installed colleagues The recommendation was adopted amid applause The social session began at once with Bert Speaker as master of ceremonies He called upon Police Commissioner Jack Murphy of Jeffersouville for a song Capt Murphy sang Old clack Joe the entire committee joining in the chorus Frank Hulsemau also sang to the delight of the members Ben Speaker made a hit in a little song and address in which he paid tribute to the worth of President Rogers Thomas Clines and Secretary Martin also rendered vocal selections that evoked rounds of applause Vice President Charles J lesser Tre surer Edmund Rapp and Trustees Jack Murphy Charles Falk Jacob Gpbey and- jphn8chaldi all wade frieriila by their geniality and hospitality Edward G Hill and John Kelly were so pleased with the affair that they remained to the finish when all went home happy and satisfied The proposition to adopt a new table of rates is receiving much attention at present in various parts of the country and will doubtless give rise to consider able debate next Friday night Resolu tions introduced a month ago opposing any change will be first considered their adoption being advocated by exSupreme Trustee Smith DEATH BECKONED And Edward Meehan Entered Into His Eternal Life Edward Meehan the twelveyearold son of Mr and Mrs William T Meehan died at St Josephs Infirmary early Weduesday morning Death followed an operation for appendicitis The shock was more than the little fellows weakened constitution could stand yet he bore his sufferings manfully and passed into eter nity peacefully and beautifully Edward Meehan was a pupil at St Xiviers College where he stood well in his classes and was a model of deport ment and proficiency At the same time he Was a boy and was a leader in boyish sports yet no one ever saw him angry or quarrelsome He was a favorite among the Brothers and boys as well Sooner or later death invades all our homes and snatches our loved ones from usperhaps a mother or father a sister or brother or maybe a nearer and dearer one a wife or husband We feel for those bereft in this fashion and strive to show our sympathy by saying kind words or by a mere gentle pressure of the hand But what words of sympathy what silent hand clasps will soften the grief of the bereaved father and mother who loses a son like Edward Meehan Almost on the threshboldof manhood kind obedient intelligent and thought ful for the feelings of others hr was the hope of his fond parents who builded upon the thought that he would be a sustaining pillar in their declining years His gramdmottier and his aunts and I uncles all had expected great things of this promising boy Almighty God had other designs It is this great and abid ing faith in the wisdom of our Omni scient Creator that is now sustaining Mr and Mrs Meehan and the other members of the family in their grief hreu ofthcKleeeasedwcircossr veyed to the home of his grandmother Mrs Mary Meehan 1167 East Broad way where they remained until Friday morning when the funeral took place from St Mary Magdalens church Rev Father Gausepohl officiated at the solemn obsequies preaching sermon full of feeling and consolation to the large num ber of mourning friends that filled the church NEW OFFICERS Elected For the Ensuing Year by the Holy Name Society The Holy Name Society of St Louis Bertrands church held its annual election of officers in the parochial school hall last Sunday afternoon and the result was as follow- sChaplainVery Rev Father Raymond Volz O P- PresidentWilliam J Connelly Vice PresidentJoseph W Morthorst Financial Secretary Lawrence Meaney Recording Secretary Edward Wagner TreasurerJoseph F Wagner ConsultorsJohn H Hennessey Adam Schmitt William Haffenbreidel and Thomas Tobin Every effort will be made to double the numerical strength of the society within the shortest possible time This organ- Ization has done much good in the cru sade against vulgarity Under the guid ance of President Connelly and the tried and true Treasurer J F Wagner still greater results are predicted for the com ing year- S S LUCKY PRIZE WINNERS The winners of the prizes in the con test recently arranged by several charitable ladies and gentlemen for the benefit of St Pauls church and the numbers of the winning tickets are as follows No 100510 piano Dan Nenmeyer 503 East St Catherine 9549 carpet Ben Schrimps 1721 Jackson 18433 parlor stove George Boylan 813 Franklin 10929 200 bushels coal Henry Reiss 728 East Kentucky 1055 range winners namenot yet known 8377 dining room table winners name unknown 10871 set of silver spoons Mary Hammer 1715 Jackson 5770 set of dishes Lizzie Griffin Sellersburg Ind4 2411 slIver knives and forks S A Brown 408 East Main 23917 ladys hat Frank Lemmel 411 East St Catherine 0700 roll top desk J J Fahey 1719 Hancock 20170 bicycle George Hlldesheita Pres ton and Ormsby 0752 diamond ring J J Fahey 1710 Hancock 18073 sewing I machine S McGuire 425 Bloom NEW SHOE PARLOR Miss Mary McGinn who has had along experience in the shoe departments of large local stores has opened a shoe parlor of her own in Room 32 Courier Journal building wbrellbe will be pleased to have herold friends and patrons can on hUeMias McGinn represents the world 4 leading menu facturer w THIRD TERM d Edward J OBrien ReElected President of Tobacco Exchange Very Few Mon In the Trade Have Been Similarly Honored 18IWhat Mr OBrien Likes AN IRISHAMERICAN OF RARE MERIT Edward J OBrien was reelected Presi dent of the Louisville Leaf Tobacco Ex change when the annual elecIon of officers was held on Monday This is I I e EDWARD J OBRIEN the third time that Mr OBrien has been honoredwith the Presidency of that body He wears his honors well and continues to work as hard as he did when a plain member of the Exchange The Louisville Leaf Tobacco Exchange is a ythexeretaes a greato1lea of wet e in tie tobacco world Louisville is the leading tobacco market of the world hence as the Louisville Leaf Tobacco Ex change is the controlling power in the market it is the controlling power the world over where tobacco is concerned- Of course this gives Mr OBrien a great deal of prestige but at the same time it entails upon him a lot of hard work and necessitates two or three visits to Europe each year As busy as he is Mr OBrien finds time to attend to social duties and takes some interest in local politicsHis espedallytrade have ever been reelected fora third consecutive term This comes as a recognition of his ability not only as a presiding officer but as a business man of the highest integrity- In his annual address he cited the tottering condition of the Exchange two years ago and by his untiring efforts and the concurrence of his associates they have brought it around and today this Exchange is on the strongest basis it has ever been This statement he sub staniated by the recent decision given out by the Judge in Chancery of the Jefferson Circuit Court wherein the Exchange is held to be a legalized body capable of making and carrying out laws governing all tobacco transactions in this market In a few well chosen words Mr OBrien thanked the membersof the trade for the many courtesies they had shown him not only as their presiding officer but at al times that he bad been associated with them for the past thirty one years Mr OBrien by his close attention to business enjoys the reputation iff being the largest tobacco broker In the world He has made a great deal of money and today is recognized asOne of the largest real estate owners in our city He is an enterprising man in every particular aud a man of great executive ability and in everything that he attempts his efforts are crowned with success The Louis ville Leaf Tobacco Exchange is to be congratulated on having such a man at its head i APPEAL FOR SISTERS The gentlemen comprising the com mittee named at the public meeting held last week at Liederkranz lIeU to raise funds toassist the Sisters of St Cather ines have issued a circular calling attention to the great loss sustained by the burning of the convent and ask ing for donations Those who feel charit ably inclined are requested to forward their subscriptions to Hon Edward J McDermott READY FOR EUCHRE HospitalSewingrangements for the big euchre for that worthy institution which will take place at Phceuix Hill Park Monday afternoon and evening January 27 Prizes varied and many have been donated for the euchre which will doubtless prove an T ArrDlet1Ieltlabaveso went of nop1ayere and spectatorsad V A ya J 1- O 1 N1UOKY IRX8H A IOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflNt LIIIIIIIM11111111M11111 Bevoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans IKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C entered at the Louisville PostoIIIce as SocondClus Matter 1 Addleu alt Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 326 West Green Slreei TRADES LABEL UNION COUNCIL outs LOUISVILLE KY1 SATURDAY JANUARY 16 1904 GUARD THE YOUNG Every now and then our young people are warned against certain clubs societies theaters dancing etc But if they forego the pleasures they would attain by attend ing these places of amusement what are we to give them instead Young people have young ways If amuseY ment of dancing you must give them something in its stead If inY terestiug book though its tone may not be conducive to a high standard of thought or morality you must replace that book with something equally as interesting and of a higher standard of thought and morality Babies children boys girls men and women must learn by experience It is not enough to say Dont do this dont do that The ever inquiring human mind of the child will ask WhyWould it not be better therefore when we find our young folks drift ing into society foreign to the offertobetter inducements in our own societies The Young Mens In stitute and the Ancient Order of Hibernians are both doing great works among the young people in this community but there is a much larger field for work if the proper people can be brought to see the necessity for it Children are like grown people They will follow where they can not be drivenIt be well to have social clubs amateur dramatic societies and the like in every parish where the young folks could meet and learn the ideals of the church rather than that they should be p attracted by outside influences and thus drift into indifference or en tirely fall away from the teachngs of their youth WORD TO THE WISE The various Catholic societies of this diocese have most happily be gun the new year under favorable auspices All have chosen wise and capable officers and the prospects for a successful twelve months seem most favorable Yet there are things to be guarded against among them the man who grasping his mantle of egotism andl hypocrisy while pretending it is the mantle of charity folds it about him and declares to his brother I am holier than thou art Catholic societies in Louisville have been singularly free from these aPfew Some even now exist They parade in breeches yet vociferate like noisy old women While in rightithey would rather be President everthea theegIfpthey can not attract attention hon estl areYbound to attract attention These fellows must be squelched They may have been given some little preferment in times past by reason of a well oiled tongue and consequently have become intox cated with the vapor of their own importance Shut off their supply relegate them to the ranks ignore them Permit no soreheads within desY perate diseases require desperate remedies and if the offender insists U upon being offensive and must have h say let him talk to empty halls AFTER THE FIRE Il Erb aid wps aSked by the daugh ters of St ucwhC suffered w a itI from the fire at St Catherines f came to them from North East South and West These were spon taneous offerings and surely these offerings are the best It is good to extend your hand in charity to a beggar but is it not more blessed to relieve his distress if possible be fore he becomes a beggar By means of the aid thus far received the Dominican Sisters have been greatly encouraged On Monday they reopened their boarding school at the Holy Rosary Academy in this city and practically all the old pupils are attending the sessions But the quarters were all too small to accommodate the Sisters and pu pils so the brick residence at the northeast corner of Sixth and St Catherine streets has been rented to the Sisters and will be used as a dormitory by many of them until such time as they can make better arrangementsTo and the laity of St Louis Bertrand parish and to all the people everywhere who lent aid to them in time of need the Dominican Sisters are very grateful Yet there is much to be done before they can begin the erection of their new buildings at St Cather ines The Committee on Ways rind Means headed by the Hon E J McDermott and Matt ODoherty have just issued an appeal for aid which will no doubt meet with proper consideration and it is to be hoped that the responses to this ap peal will make up in a great measure for the losses sustained by these good women who are engaged in educating the boys and girls of America THE WAR CLOUD The eyes of the whole world now seem centeted on the war cloud thatis hovering over the Far East Russia and Japan are prating about war That is one day they both talk about fighting and the next day they insist upon doing the Alphonse and Gaston act in the interest of securing peace They remind one of Jeffries and Corbett arranging for a pugilistic contest where the big fellows abuse each other at long distance in order to excite public interest and swell the gate receipts They only fight when the ready money is in sight So it seems with Russia and Japan Each country wants to fight if it is sure of the best of it China is to be the arena or at least that particular part of china called Corea Of course France having a foothold in the Far East wants to be ini when the knockout blow is delivered England with her vast empire in India will permit no encroachments upon her domin ions Even the United States with the Philippines to take care of is watching her ps and qs England it iis said has allied herself with Japan Well what if she has English protection is the protection that the eagle gives the chicken that the wolf gives the lamb Let Great Britain once espouse the cause of Japan and then good bye to all dreams of those poor Orientals Certain sensational papers would make it appear that the entire world may be involved in this struggle That is a possibility but a remote probability But then we can all tell more about it when the actual fighting begins At present the Eastern war cloud only helps to sell newspapers All Kentucky should mourn the lose of John Young Brown who was a statestnan and a friend of the people Rained a Presbyterian he wit still a staunch admirer of the u 3- a 1 Catholic religion and before he was thirty years old he left his seat in Congress to return to Kentucky to combat the KnowNothing plague Nor did be leave his native State to return to his seat in the national Congress until he saw that terrible evil stamped out As private citi zen and as Governor many Catholic IrishAmericans were John Young Browns warmest friends One of his daughters became a convert to the church and while she lived Gov Brown always drove her to mass on Sundays and returned for I her at the close of the service Unfortunately this daughter died while quite a young woman but the beauty and simplicity of her life had a beneficial effect on herI father As Governor of this Com monwealth he was not afraid to stand for the right as any one can ascertain by reading his vetoes of objectionable bills In years to come John Young Brown will be described in history as one of the greatest ofI Kentuckys Governors The demand for copies of theI Kentucky Irish American last week was much greater than the supply even though several hundred extra copies had been printed It is a healthy sign to see an article in demand but newspapers must be conducted like other business en terprisesthat is to have the supI ly as nearly equal to the demand Pas possible If patrons will order ahead of time we will find no diffi culty in supplying them TAKE ALL TO GOD As soon as any misfortune or accident happens to you go to ourLord and with reverence and humility lay all your griefs at His feet You need not ask for help or relief if your confidence is strong it will suffice to reveal to your God your affliction and suffering His delight is to comfort sorrowing hearts show Him yours unfold to Him the deepest recesses therein and let Him know your every thought your every fear and anxiety When you have re ceived any pleasant news that fills you with hope or joy be mindful of the claims of friendship hasten at once to Him who loves you and who awaits you tell Him of your happiness adding that it is an additional joy to know that you owe it the watchful care of His parental goodness THE BENEFICIAL YAWN Yawning is not at all times an indi cation ofa feeling of laziness More frequently it is an evidence that certain muscles have been overstrained and require rest Medical men aver that a yawn is natures demand for rest Some people think they only yawn because they are sleepy But this is not so You yawn because you are tired You may be sleepy also but that is not the real cause of your yawning You are sleepy because you are tired and you yawn be cause you are tired Whenever you feel like yawning just yawn Dont try to suppress it because you think it is impo lite to yawn Put your hand over your mouth if you want but let the yawn come And if you ore where you can stretch at the same time that you yawn just stretchand yawn This is natures way of stretching and relaxing the muscles DISSENSION IN FAMILIES I Dissension in families often rises from s lack of humility and too much presumption on the part of the different members of the family The soft an swer that turneth away wrath is for gotten for the hasty reply the unkind retort that kindle the fire of ill feeling and are the outcome of disorderly minds which are prone to resentment on account of lacking in the gentle grace of humility Love does not linger in the home where petty pride shows its unlovely qualities It chooses to dwell in the home where the spirit of unselfishness of selfcon troll of thoughtfulness and of charitable ness make the atmosphere sweet The woman who is quick to take offense is not like her of whom Holy Scripture says Her ways are ways of pleasant ness and all her paths are peace Happy homes depend on happy hearts Home is distinctively a womans sphere and she who sweetens it most makes earth nearer heaven GROWING OLD GRACEFULLY The woman who knows how to grow old gracefully never wholly loses the charm that characterized her in her youth Although her hair may become streaked with gray and the fresh bloom faded from her cheek still her disposi tion is the same as of old only perhaps it has grown more sweeter and sympathetic with the years She dresses with faultless taste never flaunting the airy furbelows and dashing headgear suitable for girls in their teens like we often see women of matured years wear who make themselves ridiculous It is a mistaken idea to think that styles especially designed for youth will make a woman of forty or over look young Oftentimes they accentuate instead of lessen a womans years Soft quiet tones of color are far kindlier to the woman who is no ranger young than brilliant ones for the latter have a decided tendency to put all buts dainty girlish complexion a dis advantage The woman who keeps away the ugly wrinkles of jealousy and un klndneM from her heart It tweet std lovable at whatever age 0- n sses S0GIETY 1 Mr and Mrs Edward Ryan visited Mrs John Dugan at Bardstown this week Harry Bowling an4wife are home again alter a pleasant visit to relatives at New Hope Mrs William Neville is home from Seymour Ind where she visited Mrs Andrew Welsh Mr and Mrs William Higgins who were here for a short Visit have returned to their home at Bardstown Mrs Nannie Burke and daughter Bessie have returned from Nelson county where they visited Mrs Rad Murphy Mrs Martin A Wjrthen had as her guest this week Mrs G F Meehan a lady prominent in Chattanooga society circles John J Maloney the well known traveling man returned yesterday from a short and successful business trip to Nashville Messrs Thomas J Riley and George Dehler Jr were among those from this city soujourning alwest Baden during the past week t Misses Rose and Ethel Wathen of Terre Haute left Saturday for Nazareth after a short visit with their aunt Mrs Martin A Wathen The many friends of Walter Henley of the L N will be pleased to learn that he will soon be able to leave Sts Mary and Elizabeths Hospital The many friends of Will McDouogh who holds a responsible position with Ballard Ballard are pleased to see himI out again after a two weeks illness Robert Mitchell one of the best known Hibernians Lculsville who has been illI with erysipelas is reported almost entirely well to the great delight of his many friends Miss Minnie Fowler a pretty visitor from Elizabethtown who was the guest of Miss Annie Rihn has returned to her home She made a host of friends dur ing her brief stay here Mrs Dr Harry Gray who has been here for two months visiting her parents Mr and Mrs James Disney Thirtythird and Water streets left last Sunday nightIl for her home at Cbicora Miss One of the seasons most notable mar riages at Bowling Green will be that of Miss Rose Kister and Henry Kieffer popular young people of that place The ceremony will be performed at St Josephs church January 27 A pretty girl baby has arrived to bring more sunshine to the home of Mr and Mrs RobertE Heff pan at 2715 Chest nut Papa Heffernan is receiving the congratulations of his many friends and mother and child are progressing favar ably Corporal John Riley one of the most efficient members of the local police force who has been confined to his home on Oldham street for thepast two weeks the result of a hard fall on the ice expects to be able to resume his duties within a few days Miss Belle Langtry a charming and popular young ladypf New Albany acd Edward Miller a well known resident of Jeffersonville will be united in marriage next week at St AnthQnys church They have many friends who are rejoiced over the announcement Mike Tynan Deputy Bailiff of the Police Court is smilingly receiving con gratulations on a recent addition to his family It is a girl and arrived Sunday Mother and child are doing nicely and the genial bailiff is peaking arrangements- on an extensive scale for the christening One of the pleasant social events of the week was the flinch party tendered a number of her friends by Mrs Stephen Dunigan at her home1 1600 Seventh street After the prizes had been awarded the charming hostess presided over an elegant luncheon which brought to a close a most happy evening Thomas J Dwyer for many years a well known resident of Lexington was here Monday en route to Burbank Col where he will hereafter be assistant to his brother Thomas J Dwyer Superintendent of the Burbank waterworks Though regretting his departure his host of friends hope for his success in California The many friends of Miss Lillian Schwartz will rejoice when they learn that she has safely passed the ordeal of a delicate operation at St Josephs Infir mary and her speedy recovery is now looked for Miss Schwartz is the charm ing and talented daughter of Col John Schwartz with the Frank Fehr Brewing Company Next Wednesday afternoon at4 ococlk at St Martins church John W Baron will lead to the altar Miss Mary Wreck lage the charming and accomplished daughter of Mrs Fred Wrocklage The groom is one the best known young men in the East End and since the issue of the invitations he Las been showered with congratulations John Rowland who removed from this city to Lexington many years ago and iis now a prominent citizen of the Bluegrass capital was a welcome visitor here this week During bra stay in this city he was the guest of Jack Sheridan the well known bas ball manager Mr Row lands friends were all pleased tosee him looking so well and prosperous A pleasant feature of his visit was the reception given him yohnBrownean4others on Monday night at Mr ferowaea home Society is expcted to turn out largely next Thursday afternoon and evening when the Alumnae AMociatioa of St Catherines Aadem will give a mom moth euchre at Music Hall Splendid prizes many of them unique and ol great value will be distributed The alumnae numbers many of our leading Catholic women who will leave nothing undone to make the event a decided social suc cess A number of well known gentlemen have volunteered their assistance and will be present to aid the ladies A pretty wedding was solemnized at the Cathedral Wednesday afternoon when Miss Sarah Hernon became the bride of Charles Voglar The ceremony was performed by Rev Father Schuh mann being witnessed by a number of friends of the contracting parties Miss Sadie Duffy attended the bride and Michael Flahive was best man All at tempt at display was omitted because of the recent death of the brides brother inlaw Count Kesselring chief clerk at the Galt House Mrs Voglar is a well known and popular young woman of the West End and the groom has for several years held a responsible position at the Galt House They have the best wishes of a host of friends for a long and happy life ANNUAL REPORT Splendid Showing for Past Year by St Anthonys Hospital The annual statement of St Anthony Hospital makes a splendid showing for that worthy institution During the year the good Sisters cared for C93 patients 350 of whom were non Catholics And of this number the great majority were in whole or part charity patients which gives an idea of the work there being done All creeds national sties and colors are among those who have been ministered to Of the number admitted 489 gave their nationality as American sixtyseven as German and sixtyone as Irish The deaths numbered only fiftyseven but it is important to know that of these thirtyfour were in a dying condition when brought to the hospital Therefore it will be seen that the institution has been successful and is deserving of the support given it by the public St Anthonys Hospital is a reedit to the Franciscan Sisters and the city of Louisville INJURIES SERIOUS Mrs Annie Mallon a well known lady residing At 1113 Garden street fell on the icy pavement Thursday evening on Jefferson street near Wenzel and sustained injuries that are pronounced serious When picked up she was unconscious Dr Rudell was called and had her placed in a carriage and removed to the home of her sister Mrs John J Barrett East Main street where she is resting as well as could be expected APPOINTED SECRETARY Edward Fitzpatrick has been appointed Secretary of the Democratic Central Committee for the Third Indiana Con gressional district with headquarters in New Albany where Mr Fitzpatrick resides Chairman Hanlon made an admirable selection as the appointee iis- a good Democrat and thoroughly con versant with the politics of Southern Indiana RETURNS TO ST CATHERINES Rev Father OMahoney who for the past year has been Chaplain of St Cath erines Convent recently destroyed by fire was here for a few days this week The venerable clergyman expressed his gratification over the generous spirit manifested toward the good Dominican Sisters and pupils ofSt Catherines since their great misfortune FEDERATION EXECUTIVE The Executive Committee of the Amer lean Federation of Catholic Societies bas been called to meet at Detroit on January 30 and 31 Bishop Foley and a number of Bishops and Archbishops will dclive addresses Dr J1W Fowler delegate from Kentucky will endeavor to have the national convention held in this city next July HINTS ON STYLE Tulle has come back to its place of honor among materials for eveniuj frocks and is welcomed by the debu tante for whose dancing gown no pretties fabric has ever been evolved Many of the new Laud wrought collars are not turnovers at all but merely supple mentary collars with tabbed or pointed fronts These are usually curved at the top in front and are worn flat over ia foundation or dress collar or without any supportYellow is one of the dominant color notes this winter especially in the realm of evening and house attire and some of the shades are remarkably beautiful Banana is a favorite shade particularly in the soft Velvets and is not so trying as many of the others Pale blue is preeminently the color for use with the omnipresent moleskin although some shades of yellow and orange furnish an excellent relief to the soft darknessof the fur and a moleskin toque trimmed in marigolds shading through the yellowand orange is a thing to conjure with- Flatanrpiice pieces of real lace in the heavier varieties appear upon many of the new evening bodices bordering a V shaped decolletage and crossing trar pUce fashion in front The lace is broad upon the shoulders and tapers toward the points and this shape is newer and more desirable than the cape collar The fichu is more and more in evidence and nothing makes a prettier fichu than white mousseline and creamy valen ciennes several Inches in depth Ready- made fichus are for sale In the shops and some of them are dainty and fine but they are seldom cut exactly according to ones requirements and any chR neds wry skillful awl artistic judg mel by mau of foUk and plaits and gather k 11 I 4 ww ww wtw Euchre AND twlW w 1w Dance =m1t1nntln1nmntnt1nnt1n DIVISION 44A- ncient 41MM Order Hibernians i NEW ATH LETIC CLUB 111 M Ttiurslay hellI Jan 281 EUCHRE BEGINS HANDSOME COMMITTEEJohn J Barry Hanrahan Downey Jas McDonogh rM1111111Jl111111111111111111111111111 HEflJtKKY IIl ISH VTERIAfl 1 4 WO LinS I SA11OT I + f+ fVOTE FOR f+ ADDRESS if SIGNED IJ t in I Saturday Jan 16 1904 00 000000 Ii DANIEL THOMAS KEENAN lIB Dough6rtu K66nan UNDERTAKERS 1m 1225 West Market Street Twelfth Thirteenth IIIIOME TBjrBJJE HOlTB 1830 IIAll Calls IuriagesIu 1 jtIIIHlIH1 1 HIII1HI11IHI I IHHIIIIIHIHI IB 11 I H 1 + H J T HOME PHONE CUMBERLAND t J J BARRETT IIFUNEQAL AIN DIRECTOR STREET the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business IIWith husband the same firm name at 838 East Street JOHN J BARRETT HIH1 rHH HHiHI Hl+ 3ItyI I I I 444+ MM+ H+ Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funerall Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 810 + f SSxSxxS S 3s SxS s jsx S LA D BAX 1Funeral1 XELEPHONE SlIa60 Carriages Ail Occasions 700 E CHESTNUT ST I s 3 s s 8 4 1 MASONIC THEATER Herrmann the greatest of all magicians will be seen at popular prices for the first time next weeK at the Masonic Theater His performance tau not be surpassed and crowded houses are antics pated A number of new and novel features will be presented MACAULEYS For the first half of next week the offering at Macauleys will be Ezra Ken dale in the Vinegar Buyer This iIs one of the most pleasing productions on the American stage full of mirth aud laughter and gives the star full oppor tunity to display his varied talents The four Cohans In Running For Office come for the last three nights The usual Wednesday and Saturday matinees will be given BUCKINGHAM The Utopians vaudeville combina tion said to be unsurpassed in quality and unparalleled In quantity is next weeks big at the Buckingham novelNeeI 8- Sn ti Innn M MM of gMM M MwMs a 2 81G SHARP PRIZES =M Jos T Tim J Kenealey Wm Hennessey =Dr T H Mulvey and F A 1111111t + Ii I 0 DOUGHERTY I m UH Bet and u 88 123 7 under Main MRS For sx x3 show olio MA Vagabond Hero a grand spectacular and dramatic review in three scenes will be interpreted by the entire company bringing each member out for apeeaaUlmlilaiid cosepltiag a gnat bUt r tr IlIi i ipiI r II2TiSCI Y IRISH A1tI3RICAN t to Go Her to b In an CAR E H Ky JJ H W H and M H M H H M Mt Mt M M t H M M M 1 a M J Homo 384 W St H t t H + + 4 + 4+ H+1 hIf 41++H + ++ and and Retail in S I offer to the some fine old at the low old Pearl of Nelson 350 per gal9year0 Nail 400 galIO year old A per Co Club 250 a gal 8 old 300 per Zal Port and Sloo per gal 200 gal4 old per Or in the or line at low in plain boxes any ST KY Home Phone We age and of all our goods 11O ST 428 and 430407 E SOS EAST a J WIBLEMON LENDERS I 8 H l 205 and 207 GREEN ST SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted With Mamma I IOlIS ELEGANT PARLOR DINING BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville FRANK REED General Paswnger Agent- C ROCKWELL Traffic Manager McDOEL Preside General Manager H HICKEYSAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool HICKEY Proprietor Telephone 258 Jeffersbrx WILLIAM BORGMANN Distillers Agent Wholesale Dealer WHISKIES WlflES RD CIGA consumer whiskies following prices dlenbrook 6yearold Jefferson year California Sherry Wines anything WINE LIQUOR correspondingly prices Wi11sbip wooden without additional charge 6264 2I41618SEVENTH LOUISVILLE guarantee purity HENRY C LAUER rELEPHONE Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable JEFFERSON Branch House West Market JEFFERSON STREET LoArl eQUARTERS FALLSCITYIIFLOANCO I PEiiNTOiON8Carriage WEST Illinois Central Railroao CHICAGOON WINTER TOURIST TICKETS Now on sale to NEW ORLEANS LA and other points in the South also to HOT SPRINGS ARK Only line running through per sonally conducted Excursion SleepersI Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas For information as to tickets rates connections etc call on or address W J McBride C P A Fourth and Market or F W Harlow D P A Louisville BIG FOUR ROUTET- O IndianapolisPeoria CHICAGOAND AW POINTS IK INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOV Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE 0No259 Fourth Ave set J QAZHiv Gmwal Agent Louisville Ky WARREN JLVNCE O PAL WMU P DBPPJCA X P A CUtttHNATL O 17 i1IiSOCIETY8 DIRECTORYl R A O HD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan Vice PresidentJoseph W Dougherty Recording SecretaryMark Ryan Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank street- TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan 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 Mouth PresidentThomas Quinn Vice PresidentJoseph Cooney Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler Sergeant at TrmsPat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer John P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President John Kenney County Vice PresidentJ B Murphy PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial Secretary Thos OHern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelAlpbonso Constantine Sergeant at ArmsMichael Noon Y JMC T MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentJames Shelley First Vice PresidentHugh J Hig ginsSecond Vice PresidentFred Herp Recording Secretary Frank Adams FinancialSecretary Dan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- Corresponding SecretaryFrank P BurkeTreasurerPrank F Murphy Marshal George F Simonis Inside Sentinel Frank Lanahan Outside SentinelJohn Schaefer Winter styles have arrived in HatsI Caps Gloves and Umbrellas IMPROVIN- GSister Josephine is reported greatly im proved at St Josephs Infirmary where she was brought from St Catherine last week when her condition was regardedt as critical For years she has been an Invalid and incident to being removedt from the burning building contracted pneumonia Her friends will feel greatly relieved to learn that abe lass safely tke et L W3B5 MM SgfflSSHJji ffiS MsSE mmmmmmmmmmMMflmmmmmmMm SPEAKING OF JOB PRINTING GIVE US A TRIAL ORD R = Dance Invitations = Wedding Invitations Note and BilI Heads ITickets Dodgers Etc HOME E IIOIVI3 O4p Kentucky Irish American I32G WJBJSr QRJBJEISr STREET i lTA3 6AA71iFiTi63 1f71Yri A iY eS7 Yfi ii fi1 1AA If 1Y 4T + IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled 1 From ExchangesCt t The battle for the free fridge has practically been resumed at Waterfordjj The Very Rev Father McIntyre Pro vincial of the Oblate order passed away Christmas eve at the House of Retreat inii DublinClose 1 on a dozen branches of the Gaelic League have been organized and the language movement is now on a fairly 1 solid footing in East Cork The body of a man subsequently 1 identified asbeing that of Daniel Twohig of Bishopstown was found horribly muti 1 lated near Healys bridge on the Cork Muskerry railway line The Executive Committee of the 1 Greater Cork International Exhibition i has agreed to accept the option of Capt f Jennings to purchase the portion of the grounds extending up to the ferry walk as an addition to the Fitzgerald Park The terms upon which the Duke of 1 Devonshire offers to dispose of his County Cork property have been unanimously rejected by the tenants To his judicial t tenants he would allow only 20 per cent f The negotiations had been going on privately for some time past 1 At the Tralee Courthouse before Justice Rowan a postman attached toI the Castlegregory office named Patrick C Harris was returned for trial at the 1 tralee quarter sessions charged with the larceny of two postal orders and the em bezzlement of a small sum of moneyI Ellen Teresa OSullivan a respectable i young girl was drowned at Roaring 1 Water bay near Skibbereen The poor girl was on her way home and the proba bilities are that in the darkness of thejj night she walked into the sea as her way lay for half a mile over a rough and unprotected f strandCStrong hopes are entertained that rdII Emly may be induced to withdraw his resignation and continue the head of the I Irish Land and Labor Association HisI past services are everywhere appreciated and his loss would be keenly felt by the workingmen of Ireland as they look onI him as their leaderII John Flanagan a youngegg and fowlI dealer of Clones County Monaghan dis appeared last April and it was not until two weeks ago that his body was dis covered He had been murdered for his i money the remains being buried in a manure heap where they were discovered There is no clew to the murderer Important meetings in the various cen ters are now being held and farmers instructed to aid in establishing the pro posed bacon factory in Tipperary Already a large number of shares have been subscribed for but it will require 4000 to insure the factory which would greatly benefit Tipperary and give employment to many Coroner Neville held an inquest at Grancore about three miles from Clona kilty into the circumstances in connec tion with the death of Patrick Meade a respectable farmer residing in the town land of Grancore who died from injuries sustained from falling out of a car when returning from a funeral at Roscarbery returning a verdict of death from in juries to thespine- At the annual dinner of the Commercial Travelers Benevolent Institution at the Central Hotel Dublin Chairman James Talbot Power said it would gratify them all to know that King Edward was so pleased with his reception last summer that he had resolved to visit Ireland as often as his duties would permit His Majesty has announced his intention to be present at Punchestown next spring Thomas ODonnell a victualler of Tar bert County Kerry died at the age of 100 years Deceased who was a teeto taller for the past fifty years always en joyed the best of health and up to a couple of years back was out and about every day His death was unexpected In fact he was partaking of some food when his relatives with whom he bad been conversing noticed a change taking place in his pppearauce and he dlecl almost immediately He smoked up to the last hour of his life The death of Mrs Ellen OCallaghan an esteemed and respected ladyjof Castle mabon brought forth expressions of sor row in the districts of Castlemabon and Newcastle West where she was well known and highly regarded for her many virtues and endeared to all through her amiable sad charitable disposition She was the relict of the late Michael OCal laghan national teacher of Mboonagh The interment took place ia the family vaults the funeral cortege being large and representative of all claea A fire in Dublin destroyed the Potter cart and wagon works establishment oC 3briffitr liar the North Wall Vor o llJre t an hour the fire raged fiercely and the red glare in the sky could be seen in all parts of the city with the result that enormous crowds came to the scene and caused such great Inconvenience that at length the police had to take steps to clear them away The brigade managed to confine the fire to the saW mills All the machinery was destroyed a number of sheds and a stack twenty feet high of finished timber work The damage is estimated at 20000 Some commotion was caused in Limerick consequent on the opening of a Salva lion Army mission in a disused house in Patrick street which the army representatives have rented for n lengthened period Four of them held a meeting which was sparsely attended by the pub lic As those who attended made their appearance in the street some of the large crowd which had assembled made- a rush at them A party of police at once intervened and prevented anything like unpleasantness The crowd remained of in the streets till some time later but no further incident occurred At the Presentation Monastery Mount St Joseph Cork the remains of the saintly and highly esteemed Rev Brother Brendan Costelloe of the Presentation is order were laid to rest in the Conventual cemetery after the community mass in the pious and unostentatjous manner so frequently petitioned for by the deceased during a long and painful illness which he bore with an absolute submission to Gods will which even in the smallest in matters was strikingly characteristic of one who had consecrated hiraeself en tirely and unreservedly to the service of God from his earliest youth The extraordinary falling off in the a number of Irishmen andwomen return ing from America to spend Christmas at home in Ireland is most remarkable this year Not since the Irish began to revisit their native country have we seen so Few landing as have come this Christmas- In former years it was quite common to see hundreds land by each big steamer calling at Queenstown in the weeks im mediately prior to Christmas but so far this season not one hundred have landed from any one ship To find the real cause for this falling off would be diffi cultAt one glance it would seen as if the Irlshln America are no longer able to pile the dollars as quickly as they did Formerly Another view is that the in creased price of food in America is such that the average worker finds it impossi ble to sot aside any of his earnings after paying for the necessaries of life and yet another view is that the Irish are too happy and well housed in America Whatever the cause is it is a change which has an element of sadness in itas the first thought that strikes the average man is that the exiled Irishmans love of country is no longer such as it was VARIABLE ROUTES TO FLORIDA In addition to the numerous facilities provided for the comfort and pleasure of Florida travelers the Southern railway and Queen Crescent route have this year added a new and attractive feature- in the form of a variable route tourist ticket by means of which at a slightly idditioual expense the going trip may be made by way of Chattanooga Atlanta and Macon andthe returntrip via Savannah Columbia Asheville Hot Springs and Knoxville or vice versa including stop off if desired at all of these and other points so that a passenger may visit Lookout Mountain the beautiful Sapphire country the Laud of the Sky and the principal commercial centers and tourist resorts en route The Florida special a superb train composed of through Pullman drawing room sleepers composite car and dining car leaves Cincinnati every evening except Sunday via the Queen Crescent route A hand some observation sleeper leaving Louis yule at 725 p m is attached to the special at Lexington and this train then runs through solid via Southern rail way from Chattanooga to Jacksonville and St Augustine ardving at 030 and 1035 p m respectively the next evening making connection at Jackson yule for interior The Florida limited leaves Cincinnati every morning the year round via the Queen Crescent route connecting Lexington with the Southern railway trains from Louisville This train also solid to Jacksonville and St Augustine via Southern railway from Chatta nooga carrying sleeping cars observation and dining car arriving at 045 a m and 1110 a m respectively The Queen i Crescent special leaving Cincinnati every evening carries a Pullman sleeper hrough to Jacksonville via Southern railway from Harriman Junction through Asheville the Land of the Sky and Savannah This train also connects at Lexington with train from Louisville For further particulars call on or address CI H Hungerford District Passenger Agent 230 Fourth avenue Louisville Ky One of the late ideas isi the use of deep silk fringe with a broad knotted beading pedresa trimming in combination with a- bnd trimming of knotted silk matching he beading of the fringe This comW nation iis usually made to orderend fringe and band should match perfectly fn color the material npoo which they ate to be L u HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 3 meets Monday night The Ladies Auxiliary meets Wednes day night and every member is urged to be present The recent bazar bj the Hibernians of Woonsocket was a great social as well as financial success Let all quit talking and instead put- down tbeis money and then the Hibern ian building can be erected Division 1 of Duluth still continues adding new names to its roster This body wants to lead the State Buffalo Hibernians feel greatly en couraged over the proposed introduction Irish history in the parochial schools Extensive arrangements are being made for the observance of St Patricks day by the divisions of Worcester Mass New Albany Hibernians are preparing for a big open meeting Newton Rogers among those invited to speak on that occasionDivision 1 of Pawtucket initiated seven members at its last meeting the degrees being conferred by a visiting team from AttleboroMartin Cusick presided Tuesday night the absence of President Tynan The meeting was interesting throughout and reminded many of former days The nine divisions and three military companies of Providence R I will hold convention tomorrow to arrange for the celebration of St Patricks day Worcester Hibernians are arranging for a big bazar in April the proceeds to go to their building fund They have one of the finest halls in Massachusetts The Hibernian Rifles the pride of the order in Buffalo and vicinity expect to make a great display at the St Louis Worlds Fair during the national conven tionRev John A Black recently returned from Ireland is delivering a series of lectures on the Emerald Isle under the auspices of the divisions of Western New York A ticket selling contest is on between two divisions of Salem Mass which will have a union assembly and dance January 28 The losing side will banquet winnersHow pleasanter the officers feel when they see a large attendance Look at it from your own viewpoint How would you like to address empty benches It is your duty to attend anyway Messrs Thomas Keenan and Martin Cusick will this year celebrate the twentyfifth anniversary of their admis sion to the order This means a big jollification for the entire membership Boston Hibernians will have a monster parade on St Patricks day Cheering reports are made at the various subcommittees meeting and the many uni formed companies are making elaborate preparation for this yearss turnout Throughout Rhode Island the order iis enjoying a steady growth The Providence Visitor contains glowing accounts of meetings of many divisions at all of which numbers are initiated Besides all are busy with bazars balls banquets and other entertainments that bring them prominently before the public The past year has been a very pros perous one for the Hibernians of Buffalo says the Catholic Union and Times They have about doubled their member ship and began the new year with confi dence encouraged and determined to use every effort to place the grand old order in the front rank of fraternalism COMPLETE SUCCESS The Young Mens Institute is to be congratulated upon the success of its euchre for the benefit of St Catherines Academy Thursday evening Music Hall was thronged to its fullest capacity and- over 300 was realized The ladies of Trinity Council Auxiliary rendered Invaluable services The prize winners were Mesdames F Hall J H Casey Ed Hollahan L Moosman M Watkins J P Casslly H jimouis G Erdman J Hoffman A M Snyder M Walker L Hutell RSShelton R E Galvin J H Casey J Conroy James Reid F Spurrier P iaidt Ed Morbach M T Conley J Moran L Tbiesing Misses Anna Mack ey Rose Bannon J Riley Anna ONeal Mamie Keenan Minnie Mackey Katie May Valla A Hoffman Ella Cawtborn M Rankin Mary Smith Katie Atwloon L Lauer Mary OMalley E Smith A Coleman Lily Callahan M Mackel banm Edith Curtain J Layer Anna Kelly biases Owen S Lewis O Gatto FRallklurGeorlekhLpuUGlditMtr W J Wkktl Qd Q r c DRINK=Hofbrau Pilsen r Beer BREWED BY SENN iSc ACKERMAN BRE ING COltIPANYXN- OORPORA ED TELEPHONE 482 OUISVirXH KY FRflNK FEHR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY L JOHN F OBRTBLBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN IS FRANK 3 r WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET j Telephone 3090 LOUISVILLE KY g AUDITORIUM January 18 19 20 21 22 and 23 RAGTIME CONCE- RTSBROOKE And His Famous Band Eight vocal and instrumental soloists All the song hits All the musical novel ties Popular prices 25 and 50 cents 7s1 c rVLEYSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday Even ings and Wednesday Matinee EZRA KENDALL InliThe Vinegar Buyer Thursday Friday and Saturday Even ings and Saturday Matinee THE 4 COHANS In Running For Office BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY JAW 17 Mitlneei Bnndty Monday Wednesday Saturday THE UTOPIANS With a Program ofcc Genuine Novelties Our vaudeville contingent Madden and Jess Emmonds Emmerson and Em moods Nice and Coy McRae and Wyatt Alexander and Kerr George H Diamond and the spectacular review A VAGABOND HERO 34TH ANNUAL BALL GIVBN BY TUB Dutchers1Uoion No 11- AT PHOENIX HILL PARK I Monday Night Feb1JI1J 1904 LUDWIOS UNION BAND Ladles Accompanied By Gentlemen Free CommitteeFred TICKETS 50 ECENTSI Helm P Herberger E Kurz Charles Koch THE NEW POLICY ISSUED BY The Prudential is a plain and simple promise to pay containing no confusing technicalities Ages 16 to 66 Amounts500 to 100000 Pull particulars and sample policy at your age gladly furnished free on request to CLARENCE H lOOK1- 6peo1cnl Aszent ROOM 210 NORTON BUILDING BOTH PHONES 3459 CB THOMPSON LORISrROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson St Both 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People For Business Good Employment and Success lCALL OR WRITS ron fULl INFORMATION UtlloR Nellsaal But Burnt AND Irli Idl trrREfrrsKY r Business College i NOTIGR1 THE HOPE WORSTED MILLS the new mills on Kentucky street between Logan and Swan will be completed about Dec 1 1903 These mills will give employment to 100 additional girls over fourteen years of age Hours or work 7 a m to 545 p m Saturdays 7a m to 415 p m NEW MILLS GOOD WAGES LIGHT WELL VENTILATED Apply Now to Present Hilts Login and Mason Streets t ++ I + t I t t t H It tH t t t tI +iHH l9- c bill WINES CHAMPAGNES AL KOLJB345 West Green Street LIQUOOIah o tt VnmiiimmtMrMMimmmiMHMmu jJc 0- I RIV AlRYI Of n Friendly Nature Adds Interest to Popularity Contesta New Entries Will Spur Olde Candidates to GreaterI Exertions Lexington Espouses Cause of Ono of Her Esteemed Citizens HOW TAR RACE STANDS NOW With the opening of the new year interest in the Kentucky Irish Aaieri cans popularity contest seems to hay increased rather than to have abated As is well known the great St Louis Exposition will open this coming spring and many who have never before appeared interested in the popularity contest now seem anxious to go as guests of the Ken tucky Irish American or to help some of their friends towards winning the prizes It is hardly necessary to state again the conditions butt lest there be some who have not acquainted themselvas fully with the proposition it is this The Kentucky Irish American proposes to give tithe most popular married couple to the most popnlar single lady and the mos popular single gentleman a week at the Worlds Fair with railroad transpor tation and a week at the Lindell Hotel one of St Louis most popular hostelries These prizes have exicted a friendly rivalry during the past six months end it seems bound to continue for another period of similar length Among the entries who show marked gains this week are Miss Mamie Reilly who has received seventyone votes from Camp Bird in fai off Colorado Lexington subscribers for the Kentucky Irish American have put forth a candidate in the married mens race in the person of John McGurk who stafts in with 300 votes Messrs Reich art Dolan and Miss Tobin show gains and friends of W G ORourke have placed him in the list Remember please that the test of popularity is the number of votes cast through the Kentucky Irish American For every dollar paid in you are entitled to fifty votes besides getting the paper for a year Subscribers in arrears like wise can get fifty votes for every dollar paid in- The count of the ballots on Thursday night showed the vote as follows MARRIED COUPLE Dan McKenna and wife 1776 John H Hennessey and wife 1760 Michael Reichert and wife GOO JohnJ Sullivan and wife V 300 John J McGurk and wife 300 oseph P McGinn and wife 200 Thomas Dolan and wire 200 Dave Burke and wife 150 Thomas D Claire and wife 100 John Meagher and wife 100 Pat F McCarthy and wife 50 Harry Brady and wife 50 SINGIII ADV Wary Foleyt 363I Mice Walsh 200I Mamie Reilly 171 Margaret Norton 100I Catherine Couadeau 100I Julia Kelly 100I Margaret Tobin 100I Nary Cavanaugh 50I SINGLE GBNTUJMAN Went Tom Fitzgibbons 3054I Frank McDonogh 2390I Charles Raldy 500 I John Cavanaugh 350 Tom Camfield 250 James Hand 150 Sd Tootney 150 IV G ORourke 100 oulsDngan 100I Tom Furlong 100I Sd Dalton 50I ohn Crotty 50I Will McNally 50I George Percy Wells 21 TRINITY COUNCIL Defers to Wishes of Hiber nians and Postpones Banquet Trinity Council Y M III met Monday night at Trinity Hall and after the trans action of routine business and the dls losal of many tickets for the euchre given for the benefit of the Sisters rendered homeless by the destruction of St latherines Academy decided to lend its efforts to another great charity The onimunication Issued by Uie Hibernians I eking all Catholic organizations toforegoI entertainments on Easter Monday night when Miss Maude McCarthy appears hereunder their auspices for the benefit of the orphans was read For years past it- has been the custom of Trinity Council to hold its annual banquet ou that night but friendship for the A O H and the rphaus caused the unanimous adoption of a resolution changing the date to be announced later This action an not but make more friends for Trinity ouucil Next Monday night the members will be entertained with an address by Mr T lapother and on Wednesday night a- tenp I year dance and euchre will take lace at the hall 718 East Gray street The latter affair is in the hands of a number of competent young men and those who do not win prizes are assured an evening of real enjoyment FAITHFUL SISTER NATALIE Sister Natalie one of the oldest nursesI aI point of service at St Josephs Infirm ary died at that institution early Wednes day morning She had been ill three reekaot a complication of discs c jwI 19p that death was not altogether unexpecte The deceased was about fifty years or age and before she entered tht Sisters of Charity of Nazareth she was known In the world as Miss Margaret Donovan Her home was in Cincinnati where she has a brother and sister living During the past twentyfive years Sister Natalie has been at St Josephs Infirmary where where she was looked upon as one of the most careful and resourceful of nurse The remains were taken to Nazareth son Thursday evening and were interred in the community burial ground there on Friday morning SUDDEN SUMMONS James W Duffy Well Known Cltlzon Victim of Heart Disease James W Dully a well known and highly respected citizen of the West End diedvery suddenly and unexpectedly at his home 2139 Griffiths avenue on Monday morning On Sunday evening 1 he complained of a pain in his side near his heart but paid little attention to it He slept peacefully during the night and arose about 530 oclock the following morning He went down stairs to make the fire and when his wire followed him a little later he was lying dead on the floor near the stove The Coroner was summoned and pronounced death due Ito heart disease Mr Duffy was sixtyone years old last July and at the time of his death was following the painters trade Years go he was one of the best known pilots on the Ohio river and ran from Louisville Ito New Orleans He piloted many of the most famous boats that plied the Ohi and Mississippi rivers Later he made his honig at Lexington where he lived for many years Some years ago he removed to this city He is survived this widow and three children two sons and a daughter all grown One of his sons is located in New York but came horn to attend the funeral The deceased was a brother of John Duffy a deputy in Tax Receiver Browns office The funeral which was very largely attended took place from St Cecilias church at oclock on Wednesday morning The sympathy of many friends in Louisville and Lexington is extended to the famil- in their affliction GENEROUS DONATION Division 4 A O Hj Appropriate 100 For the DominicanI Sisters Division 4 A O H held an unusuall large meeting Wednesday night all members being anxious that this good old Limerick organization composed practically of workingmen should uphold its reputation for charity and public spirit President Hennessy presided am after short but pointed talks by Harr Brady Tom Lynch John Brown and William Ansbro the resolution of Johi Barry of the Kentucky Irish American donating 100 to the Dominican Sisters was adopted without a dissenting vote President Hennessy expressed himself as highly pleased with the action and pre dieted that their reward would be an hundred fold The applications of R E Noonan Thomas Lawler Mike Manion and Andrew Kelrau were received and the Visiting Committee made its report Some enthusiasm was maniFestedand a- I number of youug men added their name to the roster of the new military com pauy County President Sullivan an nounced the engagement of Miss Maud MacCarthy and urged all to support this undertaking for the orphans An Invitation from the Ladies Aux iliary to attend their meeting Wedues day night and hear the address of Rev Father Walsh of the Sacred Hear church was accepted and a big turnout iis looked for Before adjourning the deatl of the son of State Secretary Meehan was announced Prayers were said for the repose of his soul and the officers instructed to communicate to the bereaves parents the sympathy of Division 4 BROOKE COMING Next Monday night Thomas Preston Brooke the famous Irish bandmaster will begin a weeks engagement with his band at the Auditorium The programs will consist exclusively of ragtime compositions A great concert band that plays popular music and ragtime is ai innovation in the way of a musical attrac lion and a most welcome one For years lovers of music have been turning out to hear various bands that have played nothing but symphonies sonatas and rhapsodies and there has been a uni versal sigh for an organization composed of artists that would not persist in play ing over the heads of the masses Thomas Preston Brooke the great conductor and composer has with characteristic foresight observed the bending of the straws that show the way the wind blows His band is composed of the finest artists ob tainable and for the past nine years he has been meeting with unprecedented success throughout the United States No other leader has ever displayed surh spirit and brilliancy in playing popular music and at the same time his master ful and intellectual readings of the classics have won for him unstinted praise from all the great critics and lovers of that class of music MAKES GOOD CATCH Dame Rumor has it that Thomas Small who holds u responsible position wltli the Ohio River Sand Company will soon lead to the altar a charming belle of the West UndoMr Small is a brother of William Small the popular Superintendent of the street cleaning depart lent and a brother inlaw of Alderman Paul C Barth lIe enjoys a wide cquaintance and is highly esteemed wherever he Is kfiowa His bride to be rhoee name lee la keeping as a surprise Ie considered fortunate In winning the leart end head ej Tom Small COMING Committees Interested In Mia MncCnrthys Appearance Report Progress Noted Violinist has Rccolvoi Favorable Criticism Hero nnd Abroad Local Hibernians Arc Preparing to Own Their Own HomeB- UILDING COMMITTEE ISAT WORK The committee of Irish American gentlemen who are arranging for the cominj of Miss Maud MacCarthy the Irish vie linisl who Is to appear at the Auditorium In this city on Easter Monday met Mon day night Each of the subcommittee reported progress Success seems assured since all favor the idea of giving the con cert lor the orphans of this diocese An Executive Committee was selected composed of the State Officers County Press dent and Presidents of divisions and they will doubtless ask the advice and assistance of the clergy Miss MacCarthy was born In Ireland nineteen years ago Her early childhood was spent In Australia where her father Dr Charles MacCarlhy is a prominent physician and is also noted as a sculpto and musician This charming young via linisl is a cultivated and traveled lady After completing her studies of music In Europe she made d successful lour o Ireland and Great Britain aid last yea won public favor and favorable press criticism in the United States when she appeared with the Boston Symphony Orchestra in Boston with Damrosch it New York with Theodore Thomas ir Chicago and Victor Herbert in PitUburg Miss MacCarthy will appear here under the auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Apropos of that body il may be well to relate that the Hibernians here have undertaken steps to erect their own hall Division 1 met Tuesday night and dig cussed the matter earnestly and thor oughly The subject was not a new one among Louisville Hibernians It has been considered for many years but never before have the members gone so earnestly to work The State officers Messrs Thomas Keenan John H Hen nessy William T Meehan and George Butler County President Pat Sullivan and Presidents Mike Tynan Tom Quinn and Con Ford are all heartily in favor of securing such a home It has been pointed out that Mackin Council Y M L owns its own home that Trinity Council is taking steps in the same direction end why then should not the Hibernians who have a larger membership than these organiza tions pay rent for a hall when they could do better by purchasing a plat of ground and erecting a creditable build ing Each of the four divisions have sufficient sums in their respective treasuries to warrant such an undertaking It was decided at the meeting or Division 1 to take steps toward putting their plans to a practical test Messrs John MUlloy Thomas Keenan and Thomas Walsh were appointed members of the Building Committee At a meeting held Thursday night the finances and tickets for the concert were assigned Division Divisions 12 and 4 will have charge of the printing advertising and programme The Executive Committee will meet regular y and leave nothing undone on their part MACKIN COUNCIL President Shelley Announces Committees for This Year Though the attendance was not large here was much enthusiasm when tlackin Council met President Shelley tesided and announced his committees which had been selected with great care The application of John Deuser was eceived and Frank McDonogh Charles Brown and Frank Andriot were elected nembers John Nash was reported eriously ill while Henry Lichlefeldwas somewhat improved It was announced hat Hon E J McDermott would in all probability deliver the next lecture in the Mackiu course on Tuesday evening January 20- Messrs Frank Murphy a d William P Banuon were added to the Building Committee which reported plans well under way for the remodeling and erection of additions to the present dub house Though these improvements are desired by the membership at large here will be up undue haste as the full cst confidence is reposed in this important committee When the work is iornpleted Mackin Council will have the finest building of any Catholic society in his section of the country Following are the standing committees bitbe year 100- 4InvestigatingJ Henry Blumer Will Ira Kerberg Charles Raidy Employment R W Galway Joseph itellenpohl William M Higgins Frank Murphy John KInney ArbitrationFrank Murphy Frank Adams Hugh J Higgins Patrick Plynn Award Wentzd- DlredoryQeorge Lautz V B Smith 1M Humphrey SPECIAL MEETING A special meeting of the ladles of St ntlionys Hospital Sewing Society will be held Monday afternoon at 3 oclock at- 1St Anthonys HtwfUal to complete ar ngeraeuU foe there eMfchft All use dice are urged to iia pr Mt 0- w r 8118 = ir = II- m1 BE SURE TO CALL FOR McKENNAWHISKY I IT IS ALWAYS PURE I lrvH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky I v 8 K S SKm FRANK A McDONOGH H J WAGNER Kentucky Stove and Tinware Co Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Heaters Ranges Coal and Wood Cook Stoves I Plain and Marbelized Iron Mantels Wood Mantels Extra Cabinets Esti mates cheerfully furnished on all kinds of Tin and Iron Roofing 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