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F KENTUCKY IRThH AMERICANI j c OLtJME XI1NO 63 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 6 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTS FEDERATION Lit FRO mill Enthusiastic Audi- oneGrootsi Attorney Tom Va1sli Points Out to Catholic Mon tit NcccHslty For Closer Unlori Efforts to Bo Made to secure the Aflllliitlon of More Societies LARGEST ATTENDANCE IN MONTHS The announcement that Thomas Walsh the well known lawyer would deliver an address Friday night at Hibernian Hall brougbt together the largest number of representative Catholics that has met with the Jefferson County Federation for many months Each of the recommenda tious of the Executive Committee was concurred In and the other business was of a routine nature President James Kelly stated that efforts would now be made to have affiliated nil the societies of Catholics in this city He then Introduced the speaker of the even Ing who was received with hearty ape plause repeated frequently during the delivery of his address In part Mr Walsh said My friends before entering upon the discussion of my theme for this evening I desire to thank you for the courtesy and honor you have shown me in asking me to address you on this occasion and I am glad to say that the Federation still lives and bids fair to live and accomplish all the great purposes and objects for which it was organized in the beginning Dur ing the short course of its existence I have heard certain persons predict for it nothing but dismal failure and defeat but that fact does not by any means signify that it shall meet with failure and defeat for the reason that some people are so peculiarly built and constructed I that they always predtct failure for every movement of any importance either in public or private affairs They seem to inherit certain traits of character in common with the owl whelherby volu tion or descent I know not whereby they hoot at everything take gloomy views of everything and sit in the dark and mourn about everything Moreover like the owl their hooting is sometimes heard at a a great distance and sounds very sad in deed but when sunlight comes they dis appear and it then becomes very difficult to locate them If however their dismal prophesies come true they promptly emerge from cover and with a sort of malignant delight they say I told you so It Therefore my friends in every movement of life that Is worthy of our J support we must ignore these dreary croakers and push on We must be sustained by the justice and the merit of our cause and then with united strength and determined energy we must move forward to the goal At times it becomes necessary like a phalanx on the field of battle to return again and again to the onset before the field Is won We must remember that no weakling who takes affright at every specter of alarm can accomplish anything in life Now my friends with regard to the merit and the objects of the work you have in band you know as well as I that none can be better on appeal with more directforce to the enlistment of your best efforts in its behalf As a matter of fact it is really needless and unnecessary for me to speak to you upon the objects and purposes of the Federation You know them as well as I Time and again they have been expounded to you in an abler clearer and better light than I can present them Time and again you have been urged to stand by this noble movement and thus far that you have done so is attested by your presence here tonight All I can do is to still further urge you to continue the good work which you have nobly and auspiciously begun With regard to this matter It can be said as truly as It can be said of other affairs in life that it is not for want of knowledge of the merit of our cause that we often give up the fight but it Is for want of the enthusiasm the courage and the spirit to march on when difficulties meet us and obstacles appear This is why you like to hear the noble objects and purposes of your cause recounted in order that you may gain fresh inspiration and courage for the fray The soldier fighting for his country upon the field of battle knows the merit of his cause and yet the sound of the trumpet and the roll of the drum summon his blood and spirit into action with redoubled force The same truth applies to the Christian who certainly knows the merit of his cause the gran deur of his objects and the sublime end which he has in view and yet day after day he must be urged on by admonition by exhortation and by appeal to follow the straight and narrow path that leads to the happy end that he delres and to the victory that he seeks to gain From s11 this I merely desire to exhort you likewise to adhere to the good work you have begun Thus far your undertaking has net with the approval and cucouTsg evtent of the entire clergy and laity of the United States All alike point Mi tke rood that it CAM ds by the cowwfied sad united action of aU tIM KMbtiM tarwfbotti the I st In uad out of season Dishop McFaul advocates itl alms and urges on its work Time an again in language clear and forceful as r bugle blast he has set before you the good that can be achieved by this noble under taking if carried to a successful issue lie has shown how vicious measures and legislation inimical and detrimental tq the best interests of our church and peo pie can be prevented both in local and In national affairs by duly authorized repre theomatter thoroughly in hand He has shown you how legitimate and tactful influences could be used whenever needed to remove improper books from the curriculum of our public schools In one of his latest utterances he took the stand that he believed that by united effort upon the part of this organization Catholic schools that would stand the test of their sufficiency could secure their pro rata of the public taxes for their main tenance and support All this could be accomplished and much more by the concerted action of a great body of this character At the same time we must never forget what a tremendous power for good could be exercised by the Fed eratlon thus bringing all the societies of the country together in closer bonds of brotherhood and in firmer fraternal ties This itself is one of the fundamental alms of the organization and one that can not be too highly recommended and ape proved This would tend to beget and promote charity and good feeling for each other among them all They are all not each in its own way working in common for the good of humanity Then why should they not all come still closer together and by intelligent action work for the common interests of each other Every child knows that in union there is strength dud every child likewise knows that unity begets charity and good feeling and carries with it the incalculable power which such union always exerts Our enemies are ever watchful and ever on the alert and we should be equally watchful in counteracting their evil in trigues and designs Unaided and alone any single society can not do much but thus federated together they can and will accomplish wonders Therefore my friends I would advise you to push the goodwork on keep your forces thor oughly marshaled together You have the cause to justify your noblest efforts you have grand aims to inspire your en hnsiasm you are working for the greatest of all objects the good of humanity and religion and you have magnificent leaders at your head Give ear to their counsel follow their lead rally to their standard and sooner or later success shall crown your efforts und thexPeddatiolr shall be recognized as an august tower of strength in the lan- dJUBILEE SMOKER Catholic Knights Will Havo a Good Time Monday Night Branch 32 of the Catholic Knights of America of which John Schalda is the energetic and capable President has Issued a large number of invitations to its silver jubilee and smoker which takes place Monday night at the hall at Shelby and Oak streets This branch is composed mostly of men of St Vincent de Pauls parish and it is their ambition this year to show the greatest gain in membership and win the prizes offered by the last State convention During its twentyfive years many widows and or phans have been cared for and enabled to purchase comfortable homes and thus escaped being thrown on the cold charity of the world Messrs Henry Becktuann William Denkler aud Frank Wernert are the com mittee in charge of the public arrangements and they want all to be there and have a good time and hear something concerning Branch 32 The State and Central Committe officers and delegates will be the special guests of the evening Father Ohle is the Spiritual Dhector and a talk from him will be a pleasing feature of the evenings enteralumeut FATHER ONEILL Dies From Injuries Sustained While In Far Off California News reached here last Wednesday of the death in San Francisco Call of Rev Father ONeill formerly assistant pastor of St Louis Berlranda church Father ONeill was a brilliant writer a good talker and an all around able man He was connected for many years with the Rosary Magazine and was widely known the world of letters During the past year he met with two severe accidents breaking an ankle at one time and an arm at another His death was probably owing to the shock resulting from these accidents RETURN THANKS The brilliant success of the charity euchre for the benefit of St Anthonys Hospital on the afternoon and evening of January 27 at Phoenix Hill Hall prompts the ladies of the St Anthonys Hospital Sewing Safety under whose auspices it waaglveifl jkjtftend their sincere and hearty ul who assisted them in any rnM B lle undertaking and to alP jwtaby their pretence a May Gods choicest bnall benefaclorsof St The good tidies realixed a for Louisvilles great chailty o l ATTORNEY THOMAS WALSH t 11 i I 10000YEARIA- ncient Order of Hibernians Remember Irelands Potion Saint J County Board Mot Lail sun day and Appolnte ft fhitU1tte Annual and Quarterly Reports Show the Order In Fine Condition RECEIVE HOLY COMMUNION MARCH 13 The Ancient Order of Hibernians of Jefferson county have gone to work in earnest for a proper observance of St Patricks day and a celebration that will be pleasing to the sons and daughters of Erin is assured Last Sunday afternoon the County Board met in regular session at Hibernian Hall with County President Patrick Sullivan presiding and a repre sentativeattendance of delegates present This being the first quarterly meeting of the new year both the annual and quar terly reports of the various divisions were due The first read was that of Division 1 which showed numerical and financial gains during the year 1903 Over 500 has been disbursed during the last six mouths for sick and death benefits and other charitable purposes and yet there remains in the treasury the handsome sum of about 1300 President Tynan and Secretary Cusick were complimented on the splendidshowing The surprise of the meeting however was the statement of Division 4 While the increase in membership was not the largest it showed the enormous sum of 1013 expended for beneficiary purposes among the members with yet a good bank account in the hands of Treasurer John Hcllon The net gain in member ship was butfifteen therefore the figures given speak well for the executive ability of President John Hennessey and Finan cial Secretary Joe McGinn When it is remembered that this organization has given no entertainments for two years the marvelous work performed is all the more surprising The reports of Divisions 2 and 3 are not quite ready but they are expected to make the same good showing especially the latter which has enjoyed one of the most prosperous years in its history The board granted the use of the tables for the euchre to be given by young ladles at Madame Glovers apartments in the Tyler building for the benefit of St Augustines church Jeffersonville on Tuesday February 16 Encouraging re ports were also received from those making arrangement for the appearance of MillS Maud MacCarthy who will give a concert under the auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians for the benefit of the orphans State Treasures George Butler made a ringing address urging the board to celebrate St Patricks day He declared the day would be generally observed throughout the country sad the town and daughters of toe Emerald Isle were looking to the Hibernian of Louievllle for iits celebration HU sentiment were indorsed by the Chairman John Hen Mike TMH Jolut UlloM Jot yI WiUUM M BiffbM Md otter I U and when the vote wasltaken there was not a dissenting voice President Sulli van appointed as a committee of arrange ments Messrs Mike TySan Joe Cooney Tom Callahank John J S l1ivan Besides these there were added the County Presi dent Miss Mary Foley end Misses Mary Cavanaugh andEIla OConnell President and Secretary of the Indies Auxiliary This committee has already secured Lie derkranz Hall for the occasion and will doubtless arrange a programmeI that will be thoroughly Irish aaadeterving of ape sedation t 1 was dec dedcrims t all mtm tbera of the order approach holy communion at St Patricks church on the Sunday before March 17 thus showing their loyalty aud devotion to their patrOn saint President Sullivan reviewed the work of the year in an encouraging talk in which he urged all to continue their good work which he highly compli mented Adjournment followed to Feb ruary 28 LEAVES BACONS Among the many business changes of the new year none are more regretted than that by which Mr Edwin B Con way severs his connection with the great dry goods house of J Bacon Sons For the past fourteen years he has been there and as its advertising manager displayed excellent judgment The employes recognized in him a true friend and the news of his leaving was received with expressions of earnest regret in all departments Mr Conway in company with Mr Edward Bacon will leave shortly for a trip through Mexico and California after which he will spend a year touring Europe His successor Mr Billings who comes from New York is said be an experienced dry goods man about whose success there need be no doubt HAPPY UNION The most brilliant wedding ever wit nessed at St Francis church on the Bardstown road was solemnized Wednes day morning the contracting parties being John Kruse and Miss Olivia Heintztnan Rev Father Rothheut was celebrant of the nuptial high mass assisted by Rev Father Richard C P as deacon and Rev Father E Schmitt as subdeacon A large and selected choir sang the mass at the conclusion of which the happy couple were united lay Father Rothheut An elegant breakfast followed the ceremony at the home of the brides parentswhere many congratulations and handsome gifts were received FORTY HOURS The beautiful Forty Hours devotion will open tomorrow week in the church of the Sacred Heart Broadway and Seventeenth street The ladies of the Altar Society make these occasions memo orable by the interest they take in the beauty of the various altars waxen lights and bright hued flowers The choir under the direction of Mrs Mattingly and her accomplished daughter Miss Lula add to the solemnity of the day by good music and excellent singing CAPTURES HER AJJWENCES Mlsa Maud MacCarthy the youthful Irish violinist who has been appearing before immense andicaciee ia the larger Eastern cities a aeries of successes that 11S phenomenal The talented iinto first place awl the pree with one accord sine br pratee Her sraeermnce la Logle ilk oa aet Moodey night at UM Auditorium will he hailed pith tie litU br loyerw of lrlak male u tt BOOMING Shower of Ballots Continues in Great Worlds Fair Contest I John Hennessey Loads Married Men and Mjss Foley 1 InKc1nlnll 1 The Great Exhibit That Will Coino From the Vatican SOME SURPRISES WILL SOON DEVELOP Everywhere there is increased interest In the Kentucky Irish Americans great Worlds Fair voting contest which see cures to the victorious condidates free transportation and a week at the Lindell Hotel during the Louisiana Purchase Exposition The shower of ballots con tinues unabated and it is safe to say that several surprises will soon develop John Hennessey has again forged into first place among the married men but his lead may be overcome at any moment Dan McKennas friends are alert and some assert they have a large vote in reserve New subscribers are being pro cured in the interest of Mr Michael Reichert His friends are preparing a thorough organization and some declare that when they start the running the race will certainly go to him Frank McDonogh has increased his position by several hundred votes though Lieut Tom Fitzgibbons still has a firm hold on first place among the single men Charles Raidy the popular letter carrier stands in third place but if the boys of Mackiu Council take up the fight for him there will ensue a contest that will extend all over the State The young ladies are bunched closely together with Miss Mary Foley County President of the Ladles Auxiliary of thi Ancient Order of Hibernians still lead lug Misses Alice Walsh and Mamie Reilly have each a strong following which appears to be making a quiet though effective still hunt Our readers should remember that this Worlds Fair will be the greatest recorded In the worlds history The Gov ernment has appropriated 4600000 ad ditional and from every nation on earth there will be wonderful exhibits Ireland will have acres of space and a thorough Irish display one which every son of the Emerald Isle will rejoice to see The Holy See will be well represented at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition and for the first time will participate in such a function An exhibit selected from the Vatican library museum and art galleries will be taken to St Louis by Father Ehrle Prefect of the Pontifical library An interesting collection of relics of the late Leo XIII will be loaned by his family including several of the choicest of the gifts received by him at the jubilee anniversary of his reign and a Cardinal probably Cardinal Satolli will represent the Pope at the ceremonial functions although that has not yet hen definitely settled This is an entirely new departure for the church It is unprecedented and is intended to be an expression of the interest the Holy Father feels in the yrograsand the vrull faN of the American people It wu n decided upon after three weeks of con ference and reflection The Pope h instrpcted Father Ehrle the Prefect o the Library a very learned and accom plished man to select such articles from the Incomparable collection of the Vatican ascan be safely sent across the se and make np as interesting an exhibit a s possibleThis contest is open to all the only condition being that candidates secure subscriptions to the Kentucky Irish American which is only one dollar pe year With every dollar paid in old an new subscribers may cast fifty votes for their favorite candidate either man and wife single lady or single gentleman Apartments for the winners have been reserved at the Liudell the best hotel in St Louis and transportation arranged for so that all that remains is to get out and hustle for the great prize the Ken tucky Irish American offers Following is the standing up to Thursday night MARRIED COOPIB John H Hennessey and wife 1850 Dan McKenna and wife 1776 Michael Reichert and wife COO John J Sullivan and wife 300 John J McGurk and wife 300 Joseph P McGinn and wife 200 Thomas Dolan and wife 200 Dave Burke and wife 160 Thomas D Claire and wife 100 John Meagher and wife 100 W G ORourke and wife 100 Pot F McCarthy and wife 50 Harry Brady and wife 50 SINGLE LADY Mary Foley 384 Alice Walsh 200 Mamie Reilly 171 Margaret Norton 100 Catherine Couadeau 100 Julia Kelly 100 Margaret Tobin 100 Mary Cavanaugh 60 SINGLE GBNTIBMAN Lieut Tom Fitzgibbons 3854 Frank McDonogh 2427 Charles Raldy 600 John Cavanaugh 350 Tom Camfield 250 James Hand 160 Ed Toomey 150 Louis Dugan 100 Tom Furlong 100 Ed Dalton 60 John Crotty 50 Will McNally 60 George Percy Wells 21 o SEVERELY INJURED iprS9S BecomeUnmanaJito able and Overturn a Patrol WagonII Patrolman Edward Connor and Charles J Baldwin driver of the Fourth district patrol wagon sustained severe injuries Tuesday about noon at Twentyfirst and Rowan streets The patrol wagon and its occupanrs were conveying an Insane I woman Mary Wallace from the Convent of the Good Shepherd The ravings of the poor unfortunate became so violent I as Uo frighten the horses and they dashed madly to the corner mentioned where the wagon was overturned WhenI assistance arrived it was discovered that I Baldwins left arm had been broken and he had sustained internal injuries which I for a time it was feared would prove fatal He was at once removed to his home and given prompt attention I Patrolman Connor whose head was badly cut was carried to the police station where he was attended by DrII Harris Kelly His shoulder bone was broken and his left arm badly bruised J Patrolman William Martin who was alsott in the wagon was only slightly bruised and the poor insane woman escaped without any injury whatever PER CAPITA TAX Levied by Executive Commit too For Federation Purposes t I The Executive Committee of the Jeffer son Federation of Catholic Societies heldtt an importantmeeting Wednesday night at Trinity Council Hall at which five oftj t the seven members were present After some discussion of the expenses for the coming year it was decided to levy a per memoIt will be notified of this action by their representatives and urged to make early returns of this assessment thereby enabling the Federation to push the workiji before it- President j Kelly was instructed to com munlcate with President Witte and ascer tain what progress the State Federation Is making and what plans are on foot forti the State convention to be held nextI July The Executive Committre also recommended that societies be notified when their delegates are not attending j meetings of the federation and that j each call for reports from their delegates as to the proceedings of the meetings and the progress being made by theij body The other business transacted was of a routine character RESTORED TO POSITION irlerj i temporary suspension has resumed his duties orders having been received from Washington tb restore him to hit posi tion All his property has been turned over to his creditors and he says hvillIpay every cent he Owes if only given the chanceu rn t1 EYIMIIII thesNIght OathRanks Prominent Members of Three Councils to Deliver Addresses WHAT COUNCILS RAYS BEEN DOING Great Interest centers in the joint meeting of the three local councils of the Youung Mens Institute at Trinity Hall 718 East Gray street next Monday night The membership of the order In Louis bringthea v problem which the leaders of the society have been trying to solve for some time past Some months ago members of Mackin Council began an agitation for a revival of Interest in the Young Mens Institute among the Cath olic young men of the city and it was speedily taken np by Trinity and SatolH The result was that Mackin made large surpriseditseightyforlowed by SatolH Thus encopraged It was determined to continue the good work and after several conferences held by committees from the local councils it was decided to follow the plan of the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America but to make the meetings open and permit the entire membership to participate in the deliberations That this meeting will be a success admits of no doubt andothers will follow from time to time The Young Mens Institute is not only social and educational but benevolent as well and many members date their suc cess from the time of their Initiation Members who are sick or Jut of employ ment are looked after death benefits laid and other assistance rendered With these facts before them IHs strange thafbundreds gtodelay making application The benefits to be derived from membership will be fully set forth Monday night when some plan will be formulated to reach the pavebeenhave given much time and study to the advancement of the order Emmet Slattery and Edward Hosier will be the representatives for Trinity Council and William OSullivan and William OConnor will speak for SatolH Mackin Council will put forward Clarence H Zook and Dr Alphonse Bizot who will andfowmodious home in the West End These gentlemen will consume only a limited amount of time so that all who have any suggestions to make will be heard It Is hoped that every member of the three councils who can do so will be presentTrinity meetingMondaytreated to a carefully prepared and scholarly address by Peter Cosgrove the attorney on the Origin of Louisville and Kentucky He gave particular attention to the important part played by Catholics who have always stood for what would benefit the Commonwealth- At its conclusion he was warmly con gratulated for his splendid effort On Monday night February 16 Ben Hund will tell what he knows about railroad transportation Den has had a long and varied experience and is well qualified for this subject His address will abound with wit and wisdom and several tales of the hobo to get over the road for nothing Henry and Frank Nieder Julius Mat thews and James Davern were reported still on the sick list Trinitys euchre Wednesday night was a most enjoyable one and the many present expressed themselves delighted with the treatment received at the hands of Chairman Cooney and his assistants Mackin Councils meeting Tuesday usuallyinterestingHugh J Higgins presided in the absence of President Shelley who was detained at home by the illness of his amiable wife One application was receivedand young men elected to membership- A number of communications were received and notice given that any amendments to the bylaws must be submitted by the next meeting Only two members Frank Maas and Henry Lichtefeld were reported on the sick list but all improvingCouncil of Reading Ohio was present as a visitor and made a talk that was well received The next lecture will take place on Tuesday February 23 and the committee report that an excellent has been made All the memo meetin SatolH met as usual Monday night and received encouraging reports from Us members It is learned that during the next few months a canvass will be wade fornew e theJtelttuckjrwletioll rI I t I li NTUCKYIRX8H AMERYf9Alo7 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGfW ILIILLIIIIIMILIN Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all IrlsH Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YBAR SINGLE COPY Sc entered at the Loaisvlno Postofflcc as SecondClass Matter AddUMaUCoumnalcntlonstothe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West drecn Street TRADES LAaEL UNION COUNCIL LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY FEBRUARY 5 1904 YOUNG MEN LISTEN The joint session of Y M I councils convenes here next Monday night The success which this organization has met with since its formation and the uplifting influences which it carries along with it are well known facts Now to the young men who are reaping results which thanks to their own grit they have sowed ofttimes under very lowering skies Can you not extend a helping hand to your younger brothers who are just venturing across the threshold of boyhood into the arena of young manhood Now is the time in session assembled wise young heads who have seen the right way clear for themselves to look out into the swirl of boyhood in its teens and count the dangers surrounding them Open your council doors as soon as wisdom will dictate and let the boys be encduraged to walk in your footsteps The fundamental basis of the Young Mens Institute is virtueIs not during the years from fourteen to eighteen that the character of the future man and citizen is formed These suggestions must not be looked on as platitudes but as appealing truths The environ ments of the Institute the contact of inquiring youth with maturer heads Catholic reading matter and the practice of monthly communion mean all to these boys who now are drifting about joining anything or nothing as they choose The public reading rooms of the city will prove that our Catholic boys love to read The clubs wherein athletic sports are indulged in or taught tell the same story with regard to Catholic youth pat ronage The public halls and theaters prove their fondness for music and the drama With proper protection and en couragement the day need not be far off when the drama and liter ature would find that it had a well spring in the Y M I That the boys hours should not interfere with those of their elders could it not be arranged that these would be from school closing hours until 830 oclock of evenings The im portance of this subject can not be estimated at first glance The results that will follow will suggest themselves even in advance to every right thinking man FRAUGHT WITH MEANING The subject of increasing the rating of older members of the Catholic Knights of America has again bobbed up in many of the branches of that order and iis being widely discussed under the name of rerating Many may read1 concerning this change withoutt giving the matter much thought To those who are members of the organization it is fraught with considerable meaning and not a little danger to the growth of this Catholic society With a view to adding to the fund the proposition- has been advanded to increase the assessments of the members The particular injustice of this proceeding may be seen when the hard ships which the veterans of the order have had to endure to meet their assessments in the past is well1 understood That the old mem hers who founded and formed a r society that has done so much good for thousands of families in the course of twenty five years should now be called on to increase these dues iia absolutely unfair Should such ta increase past the result will be that tbeHMat d daughters of older member will avoid a society that wilt hve acted tiufairiy r u toward their elders Let the sub ject of rerating be dropped alto gether rather than that such natural results follow The Kentucky Irish American 1has been complimented by scores of readers on its publication last week of the Hon James J Fitz geralds speech This speech was iin rebuttal of the testimony of the BurchSmith crowd whO have been 1trying to injure the Sisters of the Good Shepherd for a long time Iback With such a theme as these inoble Sisters and with such a speech as our fellow citizen ad dressed his hearers it was indeed a pleasure to do our quota We are always at the bidding of our friends when right reason and eloquence animate those friends When sneaking cowardice would strive to injure a noble sisterhood and false testimony is urged against the innocent it is time indeed to speak outt in their defense The Hon James J Fitzgeralds speech was a fair honest and intelligent exposi tion of the stand taken by these Sisters in the cause of fallen human nature That he was a splendid success the result proved A rare and edifying sight was witnessed in the Church of St Raphael West Fortieth street New York last week when the pastor Rev Malachy Cunnion celebrated mass assisted by his two brothers Rev Daniel Cunnion and Rev Austin Cunnion The occasion was the silver jubilee of the pastor The church was gayly decked with bunt ing and flags many of the homes of that neighborhood also coming out in holiday attire The Federation of Catholic So cieties will meet July 19 in Detroit Efforts were made to have the con veution meet in St Louis but there was a unanimous vote in favor of Detroit HIS LOVING CUP The members of that popular social organization the Nonpareil Dancing Club gave their lady friends a banquet Wednesday evening at Fountain Ferry that was enjoyable indeed While jus tice was being done the appetizing menu- a pleasant surprise was sprung on Hugh J Higgins the popular Secretary Thomas McShane on behalf of the mem bers in a neat address presented him with a beautiful silver loving cup as a token of esteem in appreciation of his valued services The Secretary was so surprised that he was unable to respond but to all it was apparent that the gift had been worthily bestowed The last dance of the club before Lent takes place at the New Masonic Hall next Wednesday night when the cup will be on exhibition SPLENDID PRODUCTION Tony the Convict will be given a splendid production at Holy Name School Hall Fourth and 0 streets next Thurs day evening Col M Reichert has ar ranged the neatest stage in the city and the scenery will be found new and att tractive Manager Ben Speaker and his company among whom are such well known artists as Mrs R M Wathcn Misses Lena Shiekl Josephine Robart and Rosa Stoehr and Messrs Sam Good man John McDermott Thomas Clines F Huelsman and Arthur Bishop promise- a splendid production of this pleasing comedy drama Rev Father OConnor will deliver a short address and besides solos and duets between acts by the Holy Name choir Miss Ada Cunningham will sing See the performance and help the work of the St Anthony Society CATHOLIC KNIGHTS President Newton G Rogers of the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America this week ani nounced the appointment of the follow ing standing committees for the year of 1904 Entertainment CommitteeMichael Reichert Chairman A Hillerich John Scbalda Jqcob Goby Edward Neuhaus Thomas Feeley John Fackler E J Aid J E Thicksturi Albert F Martini Membership CommitteeJoseph P McGiaa Chairman William MHlggins Harry A Veeaeman John J Score C AA fill J H Xupper Bernard AColl P Raisjng Albert P1liartin 3aitkChairmenMurphy Bdnttttd G Hill 4murid Re ltiChaiics fftlk n U JMiss Nora Hill had an enjoyable visit with her sister Mrs Terry at Williams burg Miss Mary Sheehan and Mottie Phalen of Lagrange spent several days visiting friends here Miss Mamie Mann of New Albany spent the past week visiting friends in Chattanooga Mrs Johu Welsh who was ill last week at her home in Beechmont is reported much better Frank Semi the retired brewer was among the Iouisvillians spending the week at West Baden Mrs George Mulligan suffering from an attack of the grip in Cincinnatiwhere she went to visit friends Mrs John H Flood of Lexington who was the guest of Mrs BF Atchi- son left for her home Monday Miss Margaret Peake of Bardstown enjoyed a pleasant visit with Miss Eleanor Simpson at her home in this city Miss Stella Moran an attractive visitor from Pittsburg has been spending a week with Miss Laeta Duffy In Jeffersonville Miss Mary Dell Murphy has been bay ing a delightful visit at Bardstown where she was the guest of Miss Edna Talbott Miss Cornelia Burke of Jeffersonville has gone to New Orleans where she will remain to witness the Mardi Gras festivi ties Miss Irene Fitzgerald of Richmond Va arrived here this week and is the guest of the Misses Fitzgerald Fountain Place Mrs J P Sweeney and son George who spent the month with Mrs Jack Laffan left Monday for their home in St LouisE the tnerchnnt tailor will arrive home next week from an ex tended business trip through Tennessee and Arkansas Charles Score of the Big Four clerical force has been confined to his home on Seventh street for three weeks suffering from a severe attack of rheumatism The many admirers of Miss Annie Mullen of 1400 High street will rejoice to llearn that she has almost entirely re covered from a severe attack of the grip John McBarron the popular Treasurer of the New Albany Hibernians is busy receiving congratulations on the arrival of a fine boy which will bear the name of Hugh Cornelius Thomas J Malone with the Kentucky Heating Company has added another leaf to the family table A fine young boy has arrived to brighten the home at 110 Eighteenth street and the young father is as proud as any man in the West End Miss Elizabeth Fitzgerald daughter of CaptPatrick Fitzgerald of the L N railroad is seriously ill of tpyhoid fever at the home of her parents 520 West Kentucky street Miss Fitzgerald is a young lady of many graces of character and with a wide circle of friends who regret her serious illness Will J Mackin the well known Limerick grocer and Pat Glynn superin tendent of construction on the Louisville Nashville railroad accompanied by their charming wives leave next Thurs day for an extended Southern trip They will visit Pensacola and New Orleans spending Mardi Gras week at the latter placeThe Southern Club composed of a number of well known society men held1 its first annual election of officers last week and selected Eugene J Henchey for President The club was organized- for social purposes and announces two dances the first on Mardi Gras night February 1C and the second on Easter Monday night The New Athletic Club has been secured for both I One of the interesting weddings of the season will be witnessed Tuesday morning at 10 oclock at St Charles Borromeo church The contracting parties are Miss Bertha MacNeal an attractive and ac complished young lady of the West End and Leonard S Merimee Treasurer of the Louisville Fertilizer Company Both are prominent in society circles and their hosts of friends wish them a long and happy journey together through life The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trin ity Council have issued invitations for a Leap Year dance next Wednesday eveni lug at Trinity club house which will be heir last social function of the present season Nothing will be left undone by the young ladies that would add Jo the pleasure of their friends This dance is in the hands of the following exceltent- committee Misses Mayme Kiely Sadie Corcoran Lula Schumpf Margaret Daly Stella Oehler Josephine Hoertz Lula Schwa niger Mayme Burkhart and Lillle Uhlen 6Miss Florence Caplinger entertained a party of friends at her home on Coral avenue in Clifton last Wednesday evening The guests were Misses Irene Krause Irma Hopper Francis Miller Florence Cahill Blanche Yocum Kath ryn McHugh Florence Margaret Anna Caplinger and Messrs Clarence Yocum Frank Schmltt Dr Parker Dr Wtight Leslie Quluker Frank P Burke Harry Dodge Frank Cowherd and Mr Fritschen Vocal and instrumental solos by Misses Miller Caplinger and Cahill were the featufM of the evening Next Wad day afternoon at 3 the marriage of Miss Sleoore Gertrude Brennau and Richard TV foreman will C- la r be solemnized at St Mary Magdaleu church the Rev Father Gausepohl officiating Miss Drennan is the daughter r of Michael Brcnuan East Gray street and besides being a woman of charming manner and many accomplishments iis recognized as one of the best public school teachers in Louisville The groom iis a well known and popular young man holding a responsible position with the Louisville Nashville Railroad Com pany Both have a host of friends whoI will gather at the church to witness their union D J Leverpne arrived home the first of the week from West Baden Springs where he spent ten days in search of recreation and pleasure How well he succeeded is best told by the West Baden Journal This was his first visit to West Baden and he was very favorably impressed with things in general Mr 3 Leverone isa ijovial genial gentleman and is one among Louisvilles prominent t and courteous bachelors During his stay at the Springs he was quite popular with the fair sex and on Thursday last brought out his four inhand sleigh and chaperoned party of young ladles in a merry and highly appreciated sleigh ride His departure was deeply regretted but he says he will come again II And there are those who say thats no joke Mr and Mrs Anton Schneiderhahn two of the most respected members of St Boniface congregation will celebrate the fiftieth anniversary of their marriage next Wednesday Like the good old Catholics they are the celebration will open with a high mass with Rev Father jPaul as celebrant In the evening from 5 to 0 oclock there will be a reception at their residence 666 East Green street The Schneiderhahn book store on East Green street has for years been a mecca J for our German citizens of the East End The old couple are yet active though Mrs Schneiderhahn had the misfortune to lose her eyesight about two years ago Three daughters and a multitude of friends will participate in celebrating their golden wedding RECENT DEATHS On Wednesday morning the funeral of Miss Sophia Faure took place from St Martins church The sympathy of many friends is extended to Miss Faures fam ily The death of little John infant son of Michael and Agnes Leamey occurred last Sunday at the home of his parents 1041 Seventh street His remains were tenderly laid away in St Louis cemetery The death of Mrs Mary Mayer wife of William Mayer took place last Monday at her residence 1014 Preston street Her funeralwas largely attended requiem mass being said at St Boniface church from which she was borne to St MichaelsI cemetery I On Saturday last the angel of death summoned the young daughter of Mrs Margaret Ford Miss Katie She was burled from Sfc Patricks church on Monday morning a long line of mourn ing friends following the remains to St Louis cemetery The death of Miss Maggie Murphy occured during the past week at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Miss Murphy was only eighteen years of age and was a lovable young lady Her funeral took place from the home of her aunt Mrs Patrick Duddy Twentyfifth and Griffith avenue and from St Cecelias church Leonard Schmelzer an aged and well known German citizen father of John Schmelzer State Barber Commissioner died Wednesday at his home 413 Fif teenth street after an illness of only a week His circle of friends was wide and his unexpected death caused them profound sorrow His funeral occurred Friday afternoon The funeral of John Regan took place Monday morning from St Cecilias church His death occurred Saturday morning at his home 330 Twentyfirst street and was the result of a paralytic attack Besides his wife tour children three married daughters and a son sur vive to mourn his loss Deceased was abont seventy years of age and was one of the first members of the old volunteer fire department Sf Patricks parish lost another of its old and highly esteemed members last Wednesday morning when death beck oned Mrs Margaret Moran of 1732 Baird street Mrs Moran was a native of County Mayo Ireland but came to this country while young and has since made Louisville her home She was the mother of Mrs Thomas Noon with whom sh lived aud John Moran Her funeral l took place from St Patricks Friday morningand was largely attended by sorrowing friends The news of the death of Edward Kennedy at Nashville last Wednesday evening came as a shock to his many friends Bud associates here where hisI sterling qualities were well known For about two years be had been engaged iin civil engineering fqr the Southern rail way system in which profession he stood in the front rank His remainsI were brought to the family residence 721 St Catherine street and the funeral1 takes place this morning from St Louis Bertrands He is survived by four sls tern for whom sincere sympathy is felt in their sad bereavment Michael J Sullivan for nearly half a century an upright aud respected citizen of Louisville and for years foreman att the Louisville brideand iron works passed away P dayof lastweek fter- au illness of a y ars duration caused 1 y a stroke of pe lysls When the end eightdi children at thg family residence 1521 Eighth street f The deceased was born in Ireland eixtjlive years ago and was active up to the j tUne he was stricken by paralysis Hkthildren all grown are Police S rgMBt Michael Sullivan Will laps Jive n tel Joseph Nellie Annie and Mamie 9e Uvea The funeral was frontkLpin wn e forthereposeofLi NEW ALBANY Hibernians Had Pleasant Jol lification and Awarded Prizes Last Thursday evening the Ancient Order of Hibernians in New Albany en tertained its members and friends Music and gong were interspersed with pleasant remarks by Newton G Rogers President Walsh County President Fleming James OHara and others William Powell entertained the members and friends with some excellent music accompaning himself on the piano The meeting concluded with an enjoyable stag euchre Jfany handsome prizes had been procured for the occasion and were awarded the lucky contestants Con McBarron presided and was ably assisted by Messrs Edward Gibson J F OBrien Joseph Fallon and John Herley The evening was enjoyable in every respect and shall long be remembered I by those who attended UNITY COUNCILS Bid SHOW MThe minstrel show to be given next Wednesday night at St Josephs Hall New Albany under the auspices of Unity Council Y M I promises to be CHARLES HACKETT the best ever given by that popu lar organization Among the turns in the olio will be a sketch by Tom Clines Frank Burke Chas Parsons and Chas Ruddick and club swinging by CHARLES MOSER the Fords all 01Charlesthey will appear on the ends Tickets Igo on sale today and a large audience will doubtless see the show t PLEASANT SURPRISE I ICounty President Patrick Sullivan and President Tom Quinn were taken by sur I prise by their Hibernian friends at the r nighte L Under the head of good of the order t George J Butler Denny Coleman and k R J Daniel got busy and in a twinkling had unveiled handsome pictures of the = Itwo officers In a few well chosen words they were presented to the division and r now adorn the walls of the lodge room fThey were made by Doerr and are as fine as any ever made here This action on apIpredated by all members of the order PROMOTION The rumor current last week in rail road circles that Jerry Sullivan recently removed from this city to Decatur Ala and placed in chaage of the Louisville Nashville shops there would be made general master machanic of that great system has come true and every em ploye of the Louisville Nashville system is rejoicing over his promotion Jerry Sullivan is one of the most popular = best railroad of 1hasi with a very sore hand Last week the hand was accidentally cut and within a short time swelled to enormous proportion it is thought some ink got into the cut and but for careful attention Mood poisoningi might have ensued The swelling hue town reduced and he now hopes to resume hit podtkm la an week FOURTH AND LAST WEEK OF THE BIG STORESCHALLENGE SALE ChallengeSaletage of our offerings the past weeks to do so now as when we close Friday next the sale will be over and many re grets will be expressed by those that have missed the many good things we are offeringii BUY FROM THE MAKERS WHOLESALE PRICES AT RETAIL I THE BIG STOREMILTON M MARBLESTONE CO 424 to 434 Market Fourth St and WestII Tony the Convict Drama In Five Acts The Success of the Season 1GIVEN BY St Anthonys Society IN THE HOLY NAME SCHOOL HALL FOURTH AND 0 STREETS Thursday Evening Feb 11 1904 J sI m1ftDURABLEl OUR GUARANT E We guarantee that DIAMOND WALL PLASTER if used according to directions will produce entirely satisfactory results to plasterers con and proprietors We know it to be all right and that it will do lour we claim for it No risk is taken in its usethere is no uncer as to the result It is a Perfect Wall Plaster in every wayreliable and dura- bleKENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO B J CAMPBELL SONS Proprietors i Manufactures Diamond Wall Plaster Campbells Cement Plaster Louisville Wood Fiber Plaster Campbells Wainscoting Finish In any color and Powdered Lime Both Phones 3167 Brook and River Louisville Ky 1vjijj amfrEl It E l h I ItII t 1 1 U I C- liMilhilooll MOllllul6llt GOllipafill IIJBSIONB S AND BUILDERS OFJI I I I GRANITEII i IIArtlatlc Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy I r I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET I nDftUDjIftJlIDu1UIftDU t I l l i it t DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENANt Dougherty Keenon- UNDERTAKERS 11225 l West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth IHOME IFfihll3 I KOKrE 1240m IIIIIIAll Galls lmriagcslm HII iJiFI I 1 HIll+lHHHIII1 I 1 II1H I I I IIIHI IH I 111 1 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 CT S PARRETT7 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 iII1HIHIIH H+IuJt1 I llHooI 11131FII I 1 Hi 3I It iIIoHIolH+l I Hl++ + M M+ tM ++ f++++ M M M Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor I Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 81O H t t t t t t t t tt t t t t t t + + tt t t+ hw D BAX Funeral ctor and Embalmer ICYI i0I1TIA fit3t30O- cealti 700 E CHESTNUT ST u g r w Ly t V r 1 w i I Ic NTUOKY IRISH A1lD3RXOAN f 1 AfI Ii IfJTER1fI O 0 SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- CHICAGOON THE I oumOtl5IiummRbI In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR IB H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Presidp and General Manager ++H I t I I t + HICKEYSAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY Proprietor L Home Telephone 384 S3E8 W Jefferson St t I H t t t H+ FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES H ALKOTi3345 West Green Street LIQUORS MMMMMUMMMMMMMMMtMM CIGARS CB THOMPSON FLORISIROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson St Both Telephones tOSO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed PflfR M ANDRWI E SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST Illinois Central Railroad 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 Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas For information as to tickets rates connections etc call on or address W T A Fourth and Market- or McBrideBarlow D P A Louisville BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago AND AM POINTS IM INDIANA andMICHIGAN ClQYllandBuffalo1 IOIIaAND ALL POINTS EAS- TIaformatton i cheerfully furnished oa eP1ieatlou at City Ticket OMce Big JioRoMe M Fourth Ave i oc wriWrt fl S J IGeILlJ Agent PuMogmr Ajt 14 and 15 Suits and Overcoats For 875 And 20 to 25 Ones For 1175 All kinds and all sizes in both lots And these are the best things yet offered in our great Re construction and Enlarge ment CutPrice Sale goingon all over the house LEVYS THIRD AND MARKET Turf Exchange Building Soon To Be Annexed TULBYS Friday and Saturday Nights and Satur day Matinee February 5 and 6 CLYDE FITCHS COMEDY The Girl With The Green Eye- s1BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY FED 7 Hitlstea 8nnd y Monday Wednesday Saturday XO1 JMIN 5IZss BOHEMiAN BURlfSOUfR8 PRESENTING A Bohemian BeautyN- ew and Original Scenes Situations Songs all in one Musical Comedy Bur lesque and Vaudeville GO To- PioneerBottlingr HouseF- OR l STRAIGHT WHISKIESii- 1e 1 BIG JUG AT DOOR JP IA OD- M WIT MOAHftY MM MM Statfwi 0- tt MmIMIIHIIIU4m mm SPEAKING OF w P-t limmIlMl mmmmmmMiftllmMmm JOB PRINTING GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER IiI Dance Invitations Ii Wedding Invitations Note and Heads ITickets Dodgers Etc IHO1VIE5 PHONE ono Kentucky Irish American I326 WFi31 OKEJEJPC SXREET Aiii 1AAA7 Yfd fi f Yii 716RR71Ari73 YfYi1 71Ai M1i A1d41Au u FRANKFORT Action of Legislature Makes All the Inhabitants Happy To the Editor of The Kentucky IrishAmerican r Last week marked an epoch in the his tory of the State that will long be remem bered by every loyall citizen of the Com inomvealtb and particularly by these of Frankfort The passing of the million dollar capital appropriation bill will settle for all time to come the much mooted capital removal question Hence the cause of a general rejoicing here in our little city For the past twentyfive years the residents of Frankfort have looked forward to each succeeding session of the Legislature to settle the capital removal subject only to be disappointed at the adjournment each year Now that it is settled meaning all that it does to our people can yon wonder that we are happy Inside of twentyfour hours the old town took on anew life Businessmen are planning morecommodious quarters and the Chamber of Commerce has been beseiged with letters from pros pective manufacturers who hope to settle here Arrangements are now going on whereby 300 friends of the bill are to be entertained at a banquet at the expense of business people and private citizens of the town Frankfort never does aoything by halves and it is safe to predict that this coming banquet will surpass anything that has ever been given here in previous years The year 1904 has marked the dawn of a new era for this section and within the next four years we shall see our Capital City joined with Georgetown Versailles Lawrencebug and Shelbyville by a sys tem of electric railways The Martin Light Infantry gave their initial military ball Tuesday evening Music was furnished by the full Frankfort orchestra the hall looking lovely in its handsome decorations A large number of visitors from Lexington Lawrence burg Georgetown and Versailles attended the festivities The Martin Light Infan try proposes to give these dances at regu lar intervals during the rest of the winter seasonOn Monday evening February 15 Lam bert Young Council will give a grand mask ball at their hall in the Mason Hoge building This will mark the close of the social season until after Lent which commences on the 17th inst The Frankfort orchestra has been engaged for this occasion and the committee who have charge of arrangements are going to see that their friends will have a good enjoyable time It is rumored about that not one but several marriages are to occur immedi ately after Easter Sunday but so far we can not mention names These will come laterThe ladies of the parish of the Good Shepherd are to hold a bazar at Music Hall here from February 8 to 11 Very many are interested in the bazar and it will no doubt be quite an event MEMORIAL SERVICES Memorial services at Holy Cross church orr Wednesday morning marked the anni versary of the death of a good and noblewoman in the person of Mrs John H Whallen the friend and patron of the poor and of the little church in which the requiem mass was celebrated for the repose of her soul The church wherein she worshipped and to which she was devotedwas crowded to the utmost limit with friends who knew and loved her FINE TURN OUTS Any of our readers needinga fine trap or carriage should see the splendid line for sale by P S Ray Co which is the largest in this city They have the best makes of all kinds Those wanting car riages or coupes for weddings parties or other occasions can secure excellent ser vice from Andy Wepler of the Fifth and Green street stables See their adver tisements elsewhere in this issue WARNING Some unprincipaled woman is going about the city collecting money alleging it is to big used in building a Catholic church She is a fraud and should be turned over to the police People who have money to donate for worthy purposes should give only to those who carry the written authority of the parish priest Any without this miy be set down as unauthorized and fraudulent ST LOUIS BERTRANDS A meeting of the men of St Louts Bertrands pariah has been called for tomorrow night iu the school hill and a large attendance ia looked for The pur pose for which they art sailed togethe will be slated by the Rev Father Volt Jn3g Matt ODoberty and attar a I Bill IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORY A O 1f3- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanViceDoughertyRecording Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank etree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancial Secretary John T Kenney 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Owen Keiran- DIVISION3t Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month President Thomas Quinn Vice President Joseph Cooney Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmsPat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresldentlohnHennessyVice Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer John P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaua Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney County Vice President J B Murphy PresidentRobert Gleason Vice President Daniel Gill Recording Secretary J G Cole 11TreasurerMarlinSentinelAlphonso Constantine SergeantatArms Michael Noon Y X MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President James Shelley First Vice PresidentHugh J Hig ginsSecond Vice President Fred Herp Recording Secretary Frank Adams Financial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia stree- tCorrespondlngSecretaryFrmk P BurkeTreasurerPrank F Murphy Marshal George F Simonis Inside Sentinel Frank Lanahan Outside SentinelJohn Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street President Cooney First Vice PresidentJ L Cunniffe Second Vice President Joseph F Bell Recording Secretary Ernil E Mouth Corresponding Secretary Arthur1 C LauerFinancial SecretaryRobert G Goe belTreasurerWilliam N Gast MarshalM F Morris Inside SentinelJacob Pfalrer Outside Sentinel M F Ziegler Winter styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas GONE FARTHER WEST Harry Flyun a former well known resident of New Albany but latterly em ployed in the Monpn shops at Lafayette has resigned his position and gone to Parsons Kas to accept a better place with the Missouri Kansas Texas rail road John Metzger accompanied him IRISH DOLLS An Irish industry that has come in popularity within a year or two is that o doll making The Irish dolls have great recommendations in that they are not only pretty but possess unbreakable faces Mrs Florence Eaton an Irishwoman happened to discover a sub stancenot India rubber but somethin similar to it which when treated accord lug to a certain process could be molded into faces capable of standing an immense amount of rough usage without injury while in appearance its natural and attractive as the best waX faces These Irish dolls sometimes bare the lace of distinguished although chil dren do not lies better for such re industry Iis rival z to peratonaI1 etwiw f HINTS ON STYLE Horizontal skirt trimming retains its vogueFrank browns greens purples blues andreds are fashions favorites and though the blues are rich they are sel dom glaring unless clumsily handled Where skirt yokes are used at all they are shallow and consist of lines of corded shirrng smocking or gauging Occasionally one sees yoke effects in vertical tucks or plaits but this is asa rule a conces sion to some special heaviness or stiffness of materialThis the round skirt has had first place save In formal evening attire and in walking costumes This skirt very full around the feet is of an uncon scionable length in front lying on the floor several inches at the front andsides and only slightly longer at the back Flounces are not fashionable but they must be frankly full flounces often cut altogether on the straight and many with upstanding headings of colored shirriug puffing etc The circular flounce as a scheme ffor attaining correct skirt lines is regarded as a confession of inability to obtain the result in a more skillful way and so is not be acknowledged A mere hint of striking color a touch of gold a line of dark Or light fur chif fon lace braidings if all united in one costume will very probably be in one hue Ecru and other light laces are used upon materials of varying colors but are less seldom called into play upon the strictly fashionable street costume than lace dyed to match the material of the frock Some French dress ideas are never accepted without modification here but as a rule a certain set of fashionable women follow closely upon the heels of the Parisian in the matter of modes The crowd even the exceedingly well dressed crowd lags behind at least six months and usually accepts the French inevitable when the Parisian is just about ready to drop that mode and adopt another PARISH PRIEST There is a man in every parish who having no family belongs to a family that is worldwide who is called in as a witness a counsellor and an actor in all the most important affairs of civil life goeshencetakes the child from the arms of its mother and parts with it only at the grave He blesses and consecrates the cradle the bridal chamber the bed of death and the bier He is one whom in norent children grow to love to venerate and to reverence whom even those who know him not salute as father at whose feet Christians fall down and lay bare the inmost thoughts of their souls and weep their most sacred tears He is one whose mission it js to console the afflicted and soften the pains of body and soul who is an intermediary between the affluent and the Indigent to whose door come alike the rich and the poorthe rich to give alms in secret and the poor to receive them without blushing He belongs to no special class because he belongs equally to allto the lower by his poverty and not infrequently by his humble birth to the upper by his culture and his knowledge and by the elevated sentiments which a religion itself all charity inspires and Imposes He is one in fine who knows all has a right to speak unreservedly and whose speech inspfred from on high falls on the minds and hearts of all with the authority of one who is divinely sent and with the constraining power of one who has an unclouded faith Such is the parish priest than whom no one has a greater opportunity for good or power for evil according as he fulfills or falls to recog nize his transcendant mission among them Lamsrtine SERVED HIM RIGHT It was a raw cold night and the rain fell pitilessly as an omnibus drew up at the comer of Oxford street A thinly clad young woman stood on the curb and looked imploringly at the conductor The latter an Irishman speaking in reply to the mute inquiry said Sure attoinfwid ye Ill chance it The lltte woman was squeezed intoa seat but the bus had not proceeded very far when the follow ing incident occurred In the corner seat was a fop who with eye glasses prog ceedings as easedup called out Conductahl ashy Areyou aware that yon have one over your number Have Ilr1 Ill see1 Pat counts beginning at the opposite corner leaving tire Johnny until the dstt Wan eightaiitue taulawtatwtlva thir so Ihave 1- w Y DRINK=Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BRE ING 0011PANYINOORYORAT7D TELEPHONE 4t12 LOUISVILLE KY FRANK FEHR BREWING 60INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 1400140 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHIM XS FRANK WALTERS I Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY HENRY C LAUERrELEPHONE 1140 StableI JBranch House 905 West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET Man can not live by bread alone the Good Book says and while 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I I I 1 1 1 111 IM IHHHHIMM1 HMM1 I MHIH BNOS Peoplert6Rail EIQe ForBusiness Good Employment and SUCCCM lCALL OR WRITE rOR Wit INFORMATION F t MM fetttMl Bulk MAIN6TKEBTS IIXTtI Co11egeS PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged K TBLBPHQNB 1t3Or Louisville BranchFourtee th and Jefferson Sts l n n n TWO GRAND LEADERS LADIES 250 SHOES Patent Colt C7 300 LIBERTY Ideal Kid and Vici Kid spring 1904 styles X 48FORES all the best newest toe andheel shapes i T kLSe to choose from allsizes and widths to 1 48 including your pickof all broken lines of choose from 350 and 400 shoes FourthMARKET OO0 STREETL- OUISVILLE IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Patrick Canty stationmaster at Gort atlea is dead At the great ege of nearly 101 years Patrick McCuUough is dead at Newry The Archbishop of Cashel has sent a subscription of 50 to the Parliamentary fundAlderman Tom White and Alderman Young will go to the poll for Sheriff of WaterfordSmallpox is not yet stamped out at Belfast twentynine cases yet remaining in the two hospitals Jeremiah Kellaher eightyseven years old is dead after a short illness at his home in Clondrobid The death is announced of J C Me Cowan at one time member of Parlia ment for County Wicklow The proposal for the establishment of some industry or industries at Waterford is said to have taken a practical turn at lastThe Cork Board of Guardians has rep reslRt1inghealth Ferinoy has suffered the death of two well known citizens Daviel Creedon the builder and Michael Leahy aged seventysix years William OBrien has obtained the Cbil tern Hundreds and a vacancy is accordingly created in the Parliamentary repre sentation of Cork City The Christian Brothers of Permoy have undertaken the erection of new school buildings that will cost 15000 Two thirds of that sum have been subscribed- A boy named OKeefe aged about sixteen years was drowned in the River Malgue It appears that he with two others of about tbe same age were amusing themselves when OKeefe fell into the river James Flynn proprietor of Cruises Royal Hotel is a candidate for the office of City High Sheriff of limerick and was duly proposed at the meeting of the corporation when the nominations from which the Lord Lieutenant will select are madeIn the Kilmallock female national school fortytwo pupils were successful in the Irish language at the recent examination This school has a high standard of efficiency and has received flattering testimonials from the Inspectors The Cork Young Ireland Society has already taken steps to ensure thatSt Patricks day shall be fittingly observed as the Irish national holiday This years demonstration will afford abundant proof that the spirit of devotion to St Patrick remains undiminishedIArrangement has been arrived at whereby all the evicted tenants on the c Coolgreany estate County Wicklow who c were anxious to go back at reasonable prices to their old homesteads have been reinstated by the Estates Commissioners J who are to buy out the estate I While four men Philip Sherlock James Sherlock Edward Tibid and William Abearne were crossng from Checkpoint to the island in the Waterford river their 1 boat capsized All were thrown into the 1 water and two of the men Philip Sherlock J and Ahearne were drowned 1 Faue Vernon Governor of the Bank of t Ireland speaking at a general meeting in Dublin said the settlement of theff land question would make for the future l prosperity of the country As to thet fiscal controversy the public mind was nqt yet made pp and that question would onlybe decided at the hustings Information reached Kilrush that a sad case of suicide occurred In the Kil mihil district the victim of the act of I selfdestruction being a young man named I Michael McNamara aged about twenty five years and the son of a farmer belonging to a place called Lacken It transpires that he drowned himself in c the Knockalough lake towardevening t sod otia search the body was subse qttcntly recovered I Drtaila of the railway faUHty which a RIBBONS Bargains In this department too numerous to ment- ionRIBBONS 0occurred at Ballysitnon bridge three miles from Limerick show that Matthew ODwyer and Patrick Madigan both laborers were engaged with others iin repairing and strengthening the bridge They attempted to cross the line when the down train into Limerick came u and killed ODwyer instantly his manI gled remains being strewn for thirty yards before the train stopped Madga- had his leg fractured and groin injuredI The death after a lingering illness of John Finn of Cooleregan occasioned very general feeling of regret throughout the Galtee district For more than forty Years he was prominently and honorably associated with every National movement in Mitchelstown and in its neighborhood In 1831 Finn warmly espoused the Land League movement and was one off the leading factors in the agitation in th district He assisted in organizing the National League Mitchelstown in later years and in the memorable agitation of the plan of campaign was one of John Mandevilles chief lieutenants In those days he was a conspicuous and familiar figure at every National meeting and wa for several years a member of the Mitchelstown Board of Guardians Hi remains were interred in Kilbehensey churchyard near iiic grave of his com patriot John Mandeville the funeral jeing large and representative A shocking fatality occurred at tb Midland railway station at Athlone Thomas Gilleran aged twentyfive wa returning from holidays in the County Roscommon accompanied by Francis Clarke and Dominick Synott both fro near Killala They arrived in Athloue by train and had some quarter ofa J hours delay before the arrival of the Dublin train from Galway The interval1 was spent by Clarke and the deceased iin friendly conversation during the course of which they moved toward the verge of at platform Clarke having hold of Gillera- in a playful manner The latter fell ontoi the rails just as the Dublin train was ap- proachIng within twenty yards Clarke jumped off the platform evidently in tending to save him On doing so he fell between the rail and thplatforn getting caught in the signal wires from which position he was extricated by Constables Brogan and Gannon without any injury The engine and part of one car riage passed over the neck and arms o r Gillpran The latter were completely severed from the body while the head was crushed in a fearful manner and the neck almost detached from the trunk MACAULEYS I One of the Important attractions of the season at Macauleys will appear next week when Charles Frohmaus splendid production of The Girl With the Green Eyes is presented for the first time here It will be given with the same elaborate stage setting as in New York City where j its success was phenomenal t MASONIC THEATER I In The Smart Set next weeks attraction at the Masonic Theater the I patrons of tbis house will be treated to a 1 diverse programme of amusement Thee entire company is composed of colored II- people and the performance is a medley of music dancing and hilarious comedy Ii- Many of the participants are well known in the amusement worldJBUCKINGHAMsi For next weeks attraction the Buck- Ingham announces Tom Miners famous burlesquers who will present their latest great hit entitled A Bohemian Beauty 1 The cast is one of the largest seen here j this season and is headed by Andy Gardner down on the bill as our old friend Patsy The olio is new and spark ing and there is something new from the rise to the fell of the curtain COCKRAN FOR CONGRESS Hon W Bourke Cockran was nomiv natedas the Democratic candidate for Congress in the Twelfth New York disfrlct at a convention held Monday night In the headqua tare of the Tammany Central Association The nomination is to fill the vacancy caused by the resigns tion of George B McClellan now Mayor off New York Ci f Cockran has accepted the nomination which means liis eecc lon He will b welcomed back to Con grass by both Democrats and Rejwb licu r- a I Bet third and Fourth Bet Third and FoutL 1 What They Have Been Doln the Past Weekleneraf- p News Notes IMany members would like to know what has become of President Con Ford gave a spread in the assembly room of St Johns Cathedral last week N Holyoke Hibernians are making prepa rations for the Massachusetts State con vention which meets in their city iit August Thirty young men were initiated Into- e the order at Mankato Minn last week The big four team from St Paul did the work most solemnly and grand The divisions of the order In Erie are stated to be considering the introdyction of the study of the Gaelic language and classes will be formed for that purposes Rev Father Healy made the address olf the evening at the recent annual enters tainment of Division 0 of Baltimore IB his remarks he spoke words of praise oi the work of the order Hibernian Hall will be occupied nextt Wednesday night by Division 4 Thee Entertainment Committee will make ItsI under way for another big Initiations the reunion held last week by the i developed that the membership was 150 Fathers Blakeney and Killeen made ad dresses and complimented the organize tlons on their condition A most delightful event for the benefit of St Josephs Orphan Home in Helena iin Hibernian Hall In Centerville under the auspices of the Ladles Auxiliary There was a large attendance and a good sum was secured for the home THTuTORIT T Miss Nettle PlYNarWho Passed Away With most and young life was ended on Sunday evening January 17 when Miss Nellie Flynn after a year of patient suffering passed to her reward in God Hers had been a sweet and useful life an example and a blessing toil who knew her For a number of years until her health failed last Jan uary she tilled a responsible position with the Bradstreet Company where she was held in the highest esteem which was manifested in many ways notably by holding her position always open for her if she regained her health She was of a bright and happy disposition and a comfort and happiness to her widowed mother She made friends everywhere and the more they knew of her the better she was loved In her last illness despite the ravages of dis ase she was ever cheerful and kept her heroic courage to the last to answer the call of the angel of death Her life with its beautiful devotion to her mother and and her duty is an example to all young people for the unselfish spirit that ever her Six Weeks agoshe lost a dearly loved sister Miss Mamie Flynn and what suffering this caused her brave spirit she alone could tell From that time she sank steadily to her end and in holy resignation to Gods will she passed peacefully into His presence to receive the reward of her innocent and well spent life She was a member of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America and of the Young Ladies Sodality of St Patricks and she took an active in terest in its every good work up to the last week of herllfe1he members to her were always gratefully ap predated and now that she has passed from from their midst they will be mind of her in their prayers and at the altar of God She was truly a Child of Mary devoted to her holy religion and her duty and now after her few short years unsullied by the world we may surely hope that she has passed to that happlnesa that Boerehatliseen or heard neither hath it entered into tbe heart of man to conceive the reward that God has prepared for those that love himLFJ U l 0 D X150SHOES Ladiesl l Yc 300 Shoes att cr 2481 0BOYS2ooROUGHRIDERSHOES the kind that wear well 4 1 hJO TABLE REMINDERWarm68clined Footwear 98c BACONSONSMARKET STREET HIBERNIANS nightn MilwaukeiI puts Iim100n inJ YOArr Liberty BARGAIN rw FORgII r fl IiMcKENNAWHISKY I IIT e IS ALWAYS PURE IIJ H =Distiller clt I Kentucky Stove and iaware Co Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Heaters Ranges Coal and Wood Cook Stoves Plain and Marbelized Iron Mantels Wood Mantels Extra Cabinets Estii mates cheerfully furnished on all kinds of Tin and Iron Roofing Cornices Skylights and Guttering We make a specialty of Job Work and can furnish Reliable Work on short notic- eFRANK A McDONOGH Manager Home Phone 3614 Cumb Phone ham n ipSJA OFFICE AND WORKS 705 W MAIN ST OOOOOOOOOOOCOQO + + + + + + + + + I Th6 CliasF R006FS BOOK 60 + S REAL PALMS FOR PALM SUNDAY f g Wax andStearic Acid Candles for Candlemas and Easter = AT THE LOWEST PRICES + BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES + OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 3S5 XT Jefferson Street + C0OODOC 04000 C9QOpQ + + + + + + ookeepin qurhenmans7ttSIiar7lian anJd o Jifgeufrtfiriy 7lfragy j fend For f falo9uswI2ulsyilleKyS- even experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now in arrangedschoolyearStudents a e7d rOirrB S0 B OOOV P BANNONPresidentl F Bau Sewer Pipe I Treasurercc Salt PipeBannons fo Steam Conduits BrickFireGrate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified 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