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LIii f fr rF IRIS AMERICANII- NOVOLUME 7 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 13 1904 m PRICE FIVE CENTS I STRONGAPPEALMado Parish by Rev Father Volz O P Movement io Add Strength and Number to St Vincent do Paul Society Its Good Works Sot Forth by E T OBrien John Doyle and Others ABOUT FIFTY GIVE IN THEIR NAMES Last week throughout the Dominican parish notices were sent to the men that an important meeting would be held in St Louis Bertrands Hall on Sunday evening tFebruary 7 The prospective meeting was further announced at all the masses on Sunday its object not being stated Fully 150 men young and elderly magnificent specimens of IrishAmerican manhood answered the notification When the Rev J R Volz O P opened the meeting he stated briefly and to the point that it was to add to the strength and number of the St Vincent de Paul Society that he bad invited his male parishioners In the course of his reo marks Father Volz quoted the great Orestes Brownson to show that through this world famous society many of the worst evils of the day might be com batted Not only are the poor relieved their children looked after clothed and a fed during the hardships of our winter seasons but an education is provided for them and their souls as well as bodies oftentimes saved from perils which beset the poor He urged the men to join in making this conference of St Louis Ber trand one of increasing strength and membership Father Volz did not hesi tate to state that the parish had been criticized for its apparent lack of interest and that he was to speak at the approach ing quarterly meeting on Sunday Feb ray 21 to which he wished a full at tendance of the men of the congregation At the conclusion of Rev Father Volts remark resident James T Campbell follpwed with an explanation of the the work of active members rulesI andtendance at the meetings details which were not familiar to many of his hearers Mr Campbell Mr John A Doyle Secretary introducedI ticular Council who while be the working member not the talk ing member of the council delivered an address which bore great weight with the men present He explained the foundation of the society in Paris by Ozanam seventy years ago that from Paris it extended into Ireland where today it is stronger than in any other country in the world At that time the Right Rev Martin John Spalding was Bishop of Louisville He was not slow to realize the vast amount of good that would accrue from this society and ac cordingly he introduced it to his people here Fifty years ago the conference of the Cathedral was founded and simultaneously with it those of St Johns church and St Patricks A few years later at the laying of the cornerstone of St Louis Bertrands church a conference was also established in that parish so that it is really one of the oldest in the city Mt Doyle was not meagre in his praise of the oldtime members of whom only one Mr Joseph Cole now survives President Walsh followed Mr Doyleby introducing the President of the largest conference in the city Mr Edward J OBrien of St Patricks This energetic brother staled that his conference has an active membership of 170 with an aver age attendance of ninetynine The good done by his conference was enlarged upon by President OBrien Among the labors of charity not the least heclaimed was the securing of employment for men out of work obtaining positions for mem bers and the bestowal of clothing fuel and education to the children of St Patricks poor The life of a Vincentian was set forth as patterned after that of the Saviour whose whole sojourn on earth was the doing good for all on any and all occasions He urged all to join especially the young men not to leave the labor for the old or else the member ship would dwindle down again to the comparatively few President Walsh asked Rev Father Logan O P to con trast the conferences of the West with those of the East which Father Logan did giving the credit of membership to the former but stating that the cash receipts of the Eastern conferences are away ahead of those of the West President Hines spoke of the Sacred Heart church conference its trialsafter the destruction of the church by the cyclone in 1890 and its favorable condition now Before the meeting adjourned about fifty gentlemen gave in their names as either active or honorary members It issafe to say that Limerick will be properly represented in future Mr Will McDonough was See retary for the evening and to him we are indebted for the foregoing account of the proceedings p IMPORTANT COURT DECISION Au important decision ban been banded down by tie j ewYoik Courtof Appeals tai theieofJatge + Sargent of Roches ttt if4Mtftbc Board of JWOIUoaof 0 that city Mr Sargent denied the rightII of Catholic teachers in orphan maintained by religious toIiI exact pay from the State The case in hand was that of four Sisters of St Joseph vho were teaching children in St Marys and St Patricks Roman Catholic Orphan Asylums in secular subjects Sargent claimed that inasmuch as the schools were Catholic they were debarred from receiving any of the public school money from the Board of Education as salary for their services The ruling of the lower court was to the effect that the law was intended to apply to parochial and parish schools to which parents sent their children voluntarily and not to orphan asylums which are charitable institutions under State supervision The ruling of the lower court was sustained in the higher while Judge OBrien pointed out that the payment of such salaries is warranted by section 14 of article 8 of the constitution which pro vides that nothing in this constitution contained shall prevent any county city town or village from providing for the care support maintenance and secular education of inmates of orphan asylums homes for dependent children or correc tional institutions whether under public or private control Further than tbisit was proved that the four religious teachers had been licensed by the public authorities to teach and were employed by the Board of EducationTo them as qualified teachers andemploy them and receive the benefits of their services and to refuse to pay them upon the objection of some taxpayer would be an injustice unworthy of so great a State This was Judge OBriens commentary on the proceeding That Sargents stand was actuated by A P Aism is very evident throughout the whole affair Now that the matter has been clearly set forth and settled by the highest tribunal in the land lovers of In tegrity and fair play might take a breath ing spell while Sargent and his cowork ers might erstwhilesojourn to the woods CLOSING EUCHRE Fifty Valuable Prizes Will Be Distributed Among the Players Next Tuesday afternoon and evening the closing euchre of the season will take place in the Tyler building on Jefferson street Madame Glover having generously given the use of her spacious parlors and work rooms for the occasion There will be about 250 tables for the players who will contest for fifty valuable prizes This euchre will be presided over by Misses Mary and Nellie McDonald Annie Connolly and Annie Groark of Jefferson ville and tally will he kept by ladies of St Patricks Sacred Heart the Domin ican and other congregations Capt Jack Murphy Andrew Kast John Coleman John Mulverhlll Thomas Keenan William M Higgins and other welt known gentlemen will be there to render invalu able services and help make the affair a pleasant and social one The ladles in charge feel grateful to Madame Glover and many of our merchants for the hand some prizes donated and the fact that the proceeds are to be used for a most commendable purpose should Insure the success of the euchre which will not be forgotten till long after Lent CRUEL pEATH I Takes David Hallinan From Bright and Promising I Future I The death on Monday morning of David W Hallinan of spinal meningitis at the home of his parents 1524 Westjj Chestnut street was a shock to the com munity Dave HalHnan was only nine teen years of age but In a short life he had compassed much Since he was six teen years old he had been in the employ of the Monon Railroad Company until tight months ago he took a position with the Big Four as abstract clerk He was a conscientious painstaking young man and doubtless to this characteristic trait his sudden taking can be attributed In private life young Hallinan was greatly beloved A fine musician good singer and jovial companion his friendship was prized by a vast number of young people in the West End BesMes his father and mother he is survived by two brothers William C and Louis Sill a sister Miss Helen HalHnan all of whom have the deepest spmpatby of the community His funeral occured from the Sacred Heart church Wednesday morning Rev Father Walsh being the celebrant of the high mass of requiem A long concourse of sorrowing friends followed the re mrins to their last resting place in St Louis cemetery LYNCflS HEALTH Col Arthur Lynch who was released from Lewes prison two weeks ago is InC somewhat indifferent health The release had been quite unexpected and the pris oner had not been accorded the usual privilege of being allowed to grow his t hair and mustache The Colonel was I met by Mrs Lynch and both at once left for the North After a few days rest in the country they were to proceed to f Dippe and Rouen to visit some of their French friends returning to London in about a fortnights time Although the Colonel baa been relented on license the authorities will not cell upon him to reIport himself and it 3Iis expected that theI license will be withdrawn In the count of a few months 0r u U rt MISS TISSUE S mO CTtJRTMY Charming and Celebrated Young Irish Violinist Coming Here Under Auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians REFUSE TO INDICT Members of Grand Jury Would Not Aid Dr David T Smith in His Attempt to Humiliate the Editor of the Kentucky Irish American Dr David T Smith was ireful this week because the editor of this paper took the side of right in the matter of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd defendants in the lawsuit brought against them by Dr Smith and William T Burch When the case was tried one of the best speeches ever heard in the court house was delivered by Attorney James J Fitzgerald in defense of the Sisters This was published with mild comments in the Kentucky Irish Americans next issue and letters were received at this office thanking us for the same Dr LABOR BUREAU What the Kentucky Irish Amer- Ican Proposes to Do For Worthy Unemployed Will Keep Roster of Men and Women Who Are Out of Work Employers May Conic Here and Secure the Help They Desire IDEA OF YOUNG MEHS INSTITUTE At the joint session of the three coun ells of the Young Mens lastitute in Trinity Hall on Monday night it was decided to establish a Labor Bureau inthis city with headquarters in the office of the Kentucky Irish American Here it is proposed that our people when out of employment can costa enroll then names and state the particular avocation fur which they are best suited Business men will then be better able to select capable employes men will not stand chances of beingl out of employment for mouth at a time and a general better went inl the working ranks jOxpefto result This iea wove Out will west with Lastly appro l of altcUsew boUt d n Smith and his followers Ilosing their case could not be expected to enjoy defeat and forthwith made an effort to indict the editor of this paper That Smith was unsuccessful in bis attempt is entirely owing to the high sense of fairness and Christain spirit of the gentlemen com posing the grand jury men who always stand for right Were the Sisterhood any other than that of the Good Shepherd the editor would have taken a similar stand because of Bright reason and common sense The Sisters could not by the verdict of any reasonable suITerII secular and religious Men who areII forced to drift about looking for work capable men in many respects often with fine business ability will be the bene ficiaries of this new business Merchants and mechanics looking for worthy help will be enabled to save time and patience by coming to look over our list and in a few moments select their man or woman There has not been a better wiser nor more beneficial move made in the cause I of helping employer and employe during the past twentyfive years tban this and our Young Mens Institute deserves the gratitude of the people for the intelligent stand it has taken in this matter This same offer will apply to members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and all other Catholic fraternal societies that may have employment committee Names of all worthy men and women will be re corded and no partiality will be shown the choice being left to the employer And that all may feel free to take advantage of this liberal offer there will be BO charge whatever Already there are six positions open the list including one stenographer one traveling man one solicitor and three men for ordinary laboring work ENTRIES CLOSED Entries for the Democratic primary to be held in Jelersonvilleand Clark county on March 11 closed Thursday The greatest interest centers in the race for Repre sentative to Congress the contestants being William T Zenor and W T CoxI James E Burke Iis conceded to have a walkover for County Treasurer being knownthanwho will doubUene winart Peter Dillo for Comity Commissioner and Charles W Kelly Candida for County AMeseor I 1 r and when the case was tried an intelli gent jury dismissed it in short order The Kentucky Irish American stated the facts in the case which it does conscientiously in all mutters that come under its observation This is a privilege accorded to every citizen under the constitution The case was noisome to the moral and religious public for such a length of time that not only the editor but all fair minded people were glad when it was wiped off the docket Dr Smith would do himself and the bar credit by return ing to the practice of medicineI LOVERS OF MUSIC Will Gladly Welcome 1I1ss1Iaud MacOarthy Raster Mon day Night Irish Queon of the Violin Comes Hero Crowned With Triumphs Hibernians Hope to More Than Realize Their Expec tations TICKETS HAVE BEEN PUT OK SALE The advent of Miss Maud MacCarthy the wonderful young violinist into Louisville will be an occasion of great rejoic ing among not only lovers of Irish music but to all who appreciate the old world interpretation of the mastersChopin Mendelssohn Beethoven Brahm Wie niawski and Max Bruch Miss Mac Carthy was born in Ireland in 1884 and at ten years of age made her debut into the musical world ill London Their fob lowed two years of close study under the Spanish professor Senor Arbos Id 1806 she resumed her professional career per forming on three occasions at the Crystal Palace orchestral concerts and alib giving tfarw rd tinSi Jaw1 Hall Loadoa rJ 1- 1l A On two occasions she was commanded to appear before Queen Victoria who was so pleased with her wonderful ability that sbebestowed some very Valuable presents on the then quite youngmusi clan Among her most prized treasures is a book presented her by the late Will iam Gladstone bearing the inscription To the dear little Irish musician Critics throughout the Continent have always been first to extol Miss Mac Carthys renditions of difficult studies none being more enthusiastic in praise of her than that master of the violin SarasateThat she combines artistic intelligence with style and finish we have no less a criterion than the Times the Daily Graphic the Musical Times Courier and a multitude of other well known English daily and weekly periodicals Her skill is beautifully intermixed with feeling and marvelous technique Her execu tion of difficult sonatas those concertos I by Mendelssohn so full of dangerous passages to one not an expert of Brucb Brahm and the Romance and Gipsy Rondo op 23 violin concertos by Wieniaswkl were pronounced by the English press to have been rendered by Miss MacCartby with rare and irresisti ble fire and impulse With such a paean of triumphal praises all of them most graciously and lovingly bestowed by those who went to listen prepared to criticise her execution we shall gladly welcome this Irish queen of the violin When she draws her bow across the strings of this kingly instru ment its harmony will echo through the hearts of her fellowcountry men and country women who are prepared to give her an ovation at the Auditorium on Easter Monday night That the cause too is a noble one is part of this musical event The proceeds are to be turned over to the orphans of the diocese These are remembered from year to year throughout the country by the venerable Ancient Order of Hibernians The order in Jefferson county will have done a heroic part in inviting the beautiful Irish virtuoso to our city We have excellent talent right here in Kentucky that might have been secured for this worthy end But with great pains and praiseworthy effort the Hibernians determined to have the finest musicale ever given in the South by their order It remains to be seen if their most glowing expectations arc not more than realized There will be a large attendance by the clergy as well as by music lovers of the city and State when the curtain rises in the Auditorium on Easter Monday Tickets lIybeprocwedAtthia ice CENTRAL PARK SECURED Spalding Coleman and Gen Castleman Agree on Price An agreement has at last been reached between Spalding Coleman representing the duPont estate and Gen Castleman President of the Board of Park Commis welcometnews to the residents of that entire section who will now have a breathing spot where they and their children may spend the sultry afternoons and evenings The taxpayers some years ago voted for the purchase of the park but the legality of the issue of bonds was fought by City Attorney Stone who was finally over ruled by the Court of Appeals Since then negotiations have been going on between Messrs Coleman and Castleman until this week with the happy result above stated Central Park comprises about eighteen acres fronting 820 feet on Fourth avenue and running back 000 feet to Sixth street ANNUAL REPORTS Show the Hibernians of Ken tucky Making Great Strides The annual reports of the State and county officers of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in Kentucky have been is sued and the information contained therein was most gratifying County President Sullivan says the order de serves much credit for what it has done for charity during the past two years having expended about 3000 The four local divisions have been fortunate in that they have lost by death but five members Jefferson county shows a net increase of about 100 during that period and this number will probably be doubled before the national convention For the State at large Secretary Meehan reports as large a percentage of gain as any State in the Union the work done by the Hibernians of Covington being specially commendable The State Baird expects to soon have the assistance of a National Organizer when a number of new divisions may be organized through out the State Kentucky has paid its national per capita tax and there Is union and the best of feeling among the mem bets everywhere FRIENDS ARE ANXIOUS The many friends of the Rev Father Paul Alf both Protestant and Catholic feel great anxiety Aver his condition For the past two weeks the popular priest has been under the care of the Sisters at St Anthonys Hospital where he is being treated for complicated troubles The last report was that Father Paul was very ill and throughout bis pnriek prayers ire MkifMid for hk recoverj o- I 1tih OUR YOUNG MEN Hold a Rousing Joint Mooting Monday Night at Trin ity Hall P Able Speakers Discuss Futureiof the Young Mona Institute Grand Chaplain Alm urn In vited to Lecture Hero For the Order 3 KINDLY EXPRESSIONS FOR COMMITTEE Any doubts as to the future of theNYoung Mens Institute weredispeUed Mondaycame representative Catholic young men firstjoint t expressionsbeardcan no question but that the results were most gratifying The future of this fine organization and the wereintetligenUywho proclaimed their sincere belief that never in its history was the outlook for the Young Mens Institute as bright as at present Besides deciding to invite the Grand Chaplain the Rev Father Ah mann to deliver a lecture for the young men and people of Louisvillle which will be complimentary the suggestions weeksissuemet with much favor and some of them will doubtless be nearfuturearrangedforproud of presentfeelshospitalityFirst order came a short business session of Trinity Council during which John Klemeptz was elected to member ship Chairman Ben Hund reported banquetand acceptedBenwas andonFebruaryAnthonys church will lecture on the reformation On February 29 Joe Piazza the coffee merchant will explain the manner of growing coffee and the prep aration of that necessary household bev erageWhen the business of Trinity had been completed Satolli Councilentered headed by John J Crotty and J J Caf f showingPresident to order seats of honor being accorded the grand officers He welcomed the young men of the West End with Mackin those from the center of the city with Satolll and the East End under Trinity who had come together for the general goodEdward Bosler the first speaker among other things said joint meetings would ta benefit the order at large They had now reached the point where all may be proud theYaredoingAfter Federation he complimented Mackin Council on its business methods Mem bers of the Young Mens Institute are of f benefit to the church and active in aid of the clergy and this he hoped would always continue Clarence Zook of Mackin ipterestedinfirst one to the original Congress of the thirteen States and hoped for like grand results In well chosen wordy he urged all young men to so conduct themselves mightbepleaforture features of the Y M L William OConnor spoke on the disre spect shown our public officers Young men should guard against this for the majority of our officials are good men notwithstanding the bad things said about them Then followed an interesting sketch of the Bayards of Delaware who had lived lives that were worthy of emu lation The speaker deplored President- Rootevelts negroesasit yhim Attorney Emmet Slattery talked to his fellow Aeuaocrats Republicans and Populists and convulsed them with the story of his young lady client who would have a fit Dr A R Bizot delivered a splendid address The young men of today said he will be the old of tomorrow therefore be careful and be prepared for the sum mons to the golden gate Look both at what is bright and the Y M I holds out His beautiful painting of the young man after confirmation enjoying the faculties withWhich God has endowed him fol lowed by the declaration that a wayward son causes the most bitterpaino mothers heart can ever feel evoked for him the greatest applause of the eveningrr John T Crotty talked for the ladles KeUySecretarygan and Joe PiazzaaAUDIENCE PLEASED A large audience was pleased with the entertainment gives Thursday night at Holy Name Hall The new stage and ccitery surprised scat oHUsatrg4aw u 7 r s- r z 1 tONTUOKY IRISH A RIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGM INI1INI111111111111111 Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Rutored at the Louisville Postorrico as SecondClass Matter 4ddl era 111 Con notations to the KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 326 Went Green Sired t TRADES IABEL UNION COUNCIL o LOUISVILLE RY1 SATURDAY FEBRUARY 13 r9o FREE BOOKS The question of free books fort e children who attend the public schools is right now before the peo pie at large Where the justice off this new bill comes in we fail tto see even with the aid of a micro 4 scope So much can be said against the bill and so little in its favor pathatunnoticed were it not for the wrong citiwhich zens of this section were it to be those who arecome a law That sending their children to private schools and are paying a double tax now should be served with a third tax by being compelled to pay for the books of children whoa are receiving a free education would be monstrous unfairness to them The right to existence of such a measure should be only the time necessary to look it over and throw it out The law now pro vides books for such children as can not purchase them and is ample and sufficient for all pur poses LENT The season of penance is fast approaching too fast for most of us Uusually the prices asked for cer tain forms of food advance for the time being with a noticeable de cline immediately following Easter But as all kinds of food including meats are this year commanding stiffer prices than at any time in the history of the market during many years there is a sort of grim pleas 4 ure in realizing that these prices may not go any higher if the mer chants wish to make any sales The absence of meat alone from the workingmans table is no small hardship Hence the church with a broad solicitude has of late years arranged this detail in such a manner I that the misery of its almost t total banishment is considerably lessened from what it was many years ago The admonition to do penance is observed in many ways but abstinence from legiti mate food and drink has been in force in the church since the days i of the Messiah In olden times under the Mosaic law the Jews ob served the days of fast and prayer more rigorously than do the fol lowers of the gentle Saviour We read that with their faces turned towards the great temple at Jerusa lem they clothed themselves with sackcloth and strewed their heads with ashes Food nor drink they partook not of during their days of penance The penitential orders of the church have severe rulings in this matter The Cistercians Carthusians Benedictines and even the orders for women take on an extra number of prayers and selfdenials than enter into their usually hard every day life of the year round When these orders consider the problem of salvation as of such a sserious nature we who are busy with the affairs of a material world should humbly follow in their wake and re member the admonition given us c by our mother Church on Ash Wednesday next Remember man thou art but dust APPALLING DESTRUCTION On the heels of the Iroquois dis aster to human life at Chicago comes the most appall ipg destruc occurrediin this country since the Chicago conflagration of 1871 Amid all its terrors and immense losses wrecked business houses banks and stores of all description not a Catholic church was burned One Episcopalt church WM deetroyed 11a one with which the late venerable Bishop Dudley was connected some years ago The Catholic reading public throughout the country hasi felt general apprehension for the safety of church property during the terrific conflagration The headquarters of the oldest see in America Baltimore has been a bishopric since 1890 There the illustrious prelate Archbishop Carroll watched over the Catholic in terests in the then new country and from its pulpits have the most noted clergymen of the times preached Anxiety for the safety of church property has been min gled with sorrow for the immense loss sustained by business men whose plants were entirely swept away by the all devouring fiend A bill to appropriate 1000000 for a relief fund was introduced in Congress last Monday while yet the fire was at its greatest heat Now that nearly eighteen hours more were given up to the ravages of the conflagration the bill will pass and be some help to the suf ferers Undoubtedly the whole country will aid in swelling the amount when the enormous loss of r75oooooo is considered The firemens bravery without a single exception is commented on Mayor McLane received scores of telegrams from every section of the Union containing generous proffers of assistance The good that dwells in mens hearts comes to the top on such occasions and doubtless a great amount Qf unsus pected aid will yet gladden those who have undergone the ordeal of fire Apd all Christians rejoice that but one life was lost and the number of injured was surprisingly small Our Fire Chief Fillmore Tyson and Capt Harry Brown left this city Monday last for Balti more and saw something of the fire Acting Mayor Berth did what hundreds of other Mayors allover the land have donesent- a telegram expressing sympathy and offering assistance in the name of the citizens of Louisville Judge Martin J Wade of Iowa City Iowas tole Democratic mem ber of Congress has been asked permission to use his name for the Vice Presidency Prominent East ern Democrats have expressed the belief that Judge Wade will make an excellent running mate for what ever candidate may be nominated for the Presidency His splendid campaigning ability and his sound position along the lines of Demo cratic policy which will be the is sues of the coming campaign are being used as potent arguments in his favor Judge Wade is a Catholic and has long been prominent in the affairs of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians and Knights of Columbus in the West The proposed bill for free school books means another 500000 for our already heavily burdened tax payers Will the School Trustees tell the public who is behind this scheme for scheme or graft it mustI be as there has been no demand for such an obnoxious law The fight between the Louisville Gas Company and the Kentucky Heating Company gives promise of being of some benefit to the public It is rumored that the former wily enter the fields of Meade county and sell fuel gas here for forty cents per 1000 feet The Kentucky Irish American and Catholic readers generally are i I rejoiced that the RevLouijlGlI Deppen who was critically i11has givehisii dJ c S9SSSS6SS9S9S SOCIETY Miss Violet Preston was last week the guest of the Misses Lear at Lancaster Mrs Nellie Hooge has returned from Bardstowri Where she was the guest off Mrs Ben Talbott Miss Mattie McElroy has returned to her home at Lebanon after a pleasant I visit with friends here Miss Emma Whallen of 605 Fifth street is recovering from a prolonge- attack of typhoid fever 4Mrs George R Newman has had asher I guest Miss Frances Campbell popular in the society circles of Hopkinsville Miss Eleanor Simpson left Sunday for Nashville where she joined a party off friends bound for the Mardi Gras festivities at New Orleans Mrs M A Watlien accompanied by her sister Mrs G F Meehan of Chatta nooga left Monday to be members of a house party at Lebanon Miss Alice Dugan who was the charm ing guest of Mrs W A Thomas in South Louisville left the first of the week for her home at Bardstown Miss Elma Archer was the guest of honor at a largely attended card party given by her sister Mrs Shirley Clore whom she was visiting at Henderson Dr Phil Beutel was here visitin friends this week For the past year he has been at the head of a big Indiana sanitarium and has met with most grati fying successIThe many friends of Mr and 1IrsI John T Malone are rejoiced that their bright young son Master William is on the road to recovery after a severe attack of pneumonia Miss Mary E Keyer and Masters Mar tin and Thomas have gone South and will attend the New Orleans Mardi Gras next week while King Rex is holding carnival there The many friends of President Stephen Smith of the Caron Directory Company are pleased to sed him out again after a ten days illness that for a time it was thought wonld develop typhoid fever Martin Dugan the Main street printer and State Barber Commissioner Rauten busch have been celebrating this week but in honor of different girls who have come to brighten their respective homes Mrs William Barry and little son Watts of Kansas City Mo are here visiting Mr and Mrs Michael Barry 63 West St Catherine street They remain here until the arrival of Mr Barry about March 1 Theodore McCrory the well known Louisville Nashville clerk has another fine boy at his home on Thirteenth street The little fellow is a chip off th old block and already attracts much at tention in his immediate neighborhood City Court Bailiff William Bosler left Monday night with Mrs Bosler for the Mardi Gras carnival in New Orleans They will remain away all next week and the duties of the office are bein cared for by Deputy Bailiff Mike Tynan Misses Katie Coleman and Mollie Mc Carthy both well known in social circles were the hostesses ata delightful recep tion to a number of their intimate friends this week An elegant luncheon was heartily enjoyed and the evening was one of real enjoyment Misses Helena and Elizabeth Curtin have returned to their home in New York after a short visit with friends in this city The young ladies came here from Bowling Green where they spent three weeks as the guests of Rev Father Hayes pastor of St Josephs church The friends of Mrs Mary Pflanz the aged mother of Jailer John R Pfianz were greatly alarmed and watched by her bedside Thursday night She caught cold recently that turned into the grip and this so weakened her that her con dition became such as to alarm her physicians and relatives Miss Frances Newman the pretty and accomplished little daughter of Col Scott Newman was one of a party of eight that left Wednesday night over the Louisville Nashville for New Orleans chaperoned by Mrs R L Clark and her daughter They will witness the Mardi Gras festivities and be gone about two weeks Misses Maggie Flynn and Rose Conroy left last night for New Orleans where they will spend a week as the guests of Miss Flynns brother John Flynn with the Illinois Central railroad office there While there the young ladies will attend the great Mardi Gras ball and other functions preceding the beginning of the Lenten season Charles Raidy of the Postoffice depart ment left Wednesday evening with his mother and sisters for a two weeks trip to New Orleans While there they will visit Rev Father Ryan President of St Stephens College and Charles Ulrich Mr Raidys uncle who was for many years connected with the New York Store in this city Not fora long time has society in this city had the pleasure of an Oriental or pink tea Therefore many will be delighted to llearn that the Oriental Benevolent Club will give such a tea at the Catholic Womans Club beginning- S turd y evening and concluding Tues valenI club JB composed of some of our beat knows Catholic women the proceeds will be devoted to worthy purposes and the tea adould therefore be a social and financial luccew 1- a c ok Friends of Miss Mary Delaney gave her a most delightful surprise party on the occasion of her thirteenth birthday at the home of her parents on Churcfiill street last Wednesday evening Those present were Misses Clara Belle OCon nor Mary Clines Agnes Hyland Nellie Hanley Mary Kinney Mary Delaney Agnes Delaney Julia OMalley Anna Clarke Clara Pike Leona Blair Lottie Blair Mary Rodenberg Masters John Conniff Grover Wagenest Albert Wag enest George Vonsich Frank Carnes Turner McIntyre John OBrien Taylor McDowell Phillip Monahan John Huff Mrs E Huff lair nerd Mrs George Blair fewdat her home Wednesday evening The features of the evening were dancing vocal and instruments music The guests were Mr arid Mrs Albert Charltdn Misses Adelina Gerard Mamie Gatto Helen Gordon Katie Mor ns Mary Cassidy Teresa Gerardi Lillie Schulte Margaret Gordon Julia Werst Reuff Lula Gatto Marie McBride and Messrs Prank Ryan Len Willet Henry Schulte Joe Reuff Joseph Moran Eugene Graft George Broadback John Prill Harry Bpwhart Walter Schrader HenryReuffHenry McBride and Will Cassidy The marriage of Miss Gertrude Bren non and Mr Richard T Foreman took place Wednesday afternoon at St Mary Magdalene church The ushers were Johnson Allen of Bardstown Thomas Martin Harry Murray and James Mar rata of this city Miss Brennan was maid of honor Miss Anna L Atkinson reng dered the musical program which was perfect from the beginning to the close of the ceremony Miss Brennan looked beautiful in her bridal gown of white and Mr Foreman was at his best as was to be expected After the ceremony which was one of the most beautiful that has occurred at St Mary Magdalenes church for some time Mr and Mrs Foreman left for a short trip On their return home they will go to housekeeping at 417 East Brepkinridge street Misses Anna McGovern Mary Me Govern and Pearl Wyrock three charm ing young ladies entertained their friends with a euchre last Tuesday evening After play refreshments in abundance were served and a most enjoyable evening was spent Those present were Misses Pearl Wyrock Mayme Keenan May Mathison Katie Weiman Mamie King Anna King Freda Osterman Maggie McGovern Jennie Tate Ada Tate Mag gie Flynn Nellie Flynn Anna Mc Govern Mary McGovern Margaret Mc Govern and Messrs Ed Mathison W Gillett John Farrell Thaddeus Peake James Sheridan Gny Nevin John Reilly H Carmen Will Herr Joseph King Louis Wyrock Will Wyrock John Cole 3will McGovern James Huber The prize winners were Misses Pearl Wyrock Nellie Flynn Mayaneenan Freda Osterman and Messrs James Sheridan John Farrell Will McGovern and Ed Mathison MINSTRELSY eThe annual minstrel show pf Uuity Council Y MI of New Albany which took place at St Josephs Hall on Wednesday night was one of the best attended and most entertaining of the memlbersjokesgwere new and sparkling with wit and good humor The songs were excellent the voices forming a splendid chorus Fred P Woolen M N Sillings Will Kerr and Thomas D Clines were at their best Chas P Hacketts songs con tributed much pleasure to the audience Tom Clines did good work in the place of Pete Miller who could not attend owing to sickness Owen Cullivan and Will Kerr were inimitable as end men and kept the audience convulsed with laugh ter Altogether the midstrels was one of the jolllest ever given by the council It was attended by members of Mackin and Satolli Councils forming a representative audience when the curtain rose To Con McBarron is due the thanks of all for the especially good work done by him In arranging all the detaits of the show VISITING OLD FRIENDS Attorney George E Coll a leading member of the Texas bar arrived last Saturday from Galveston and has been spending the week with his parents Mr and Mrs Maurice Coll and other relatives and friends in Jeffersonville After serv ing a term as Prosecuting Attorney of Clark county he moved to the Lone Star State where his ability and iintegrity at once secured for him a large and remunerative practice HisIrish American friends in the Falls Cities are proud of his suceess and predict he will one day do honor to the ermine of the bench NOT DECIDED YET There is every indication that St Cath erines Academy and Convept recently destroyed by fire will be rebuilt this year The citizens of Springfield have offered the Dominican Sisters a new site but no decisionhas been arrived at as to just where the institution will be located It iff said the Mother Superior and the council have visited the different sites offered and are expected to soon make known the one selected DANGER PASSED Patrolman Edward Connor and Driver Charles Baldwin who sustained serious injuries last week which it was feared might prove fatal have passed the dan ger point Their physicians report that they are doing nicely though it will be some time before they will be able to resume their positions MUSICAL RECITAL OConnell Council Y M L of Bards town will give a musical recital at the Court Rouse xext Tuesday evening which promises jo beoaeofthef society tr nU of the fcfc n KiIt Edith Rubel a talentedl ps n- oo Lebsuon will vI take the leading part Judge Daugherty and Editor Cooney are doingexcellent work for their splendid counciland every month new members are initiated BECOMES LANDLORD Magistrate Joseph Keyerhas purchased the St Nicholas Hotel at Sixth and Court Place and will resign his office This does not mean his retirement from politics but it does mean a big difference in income Constable Edward OConnor seems the choice for the appointment to the vacancy He is well qualified for the office having been connected therewith for six years RETURNS TO MEMPHIS Will Fans who plays with the Mem pbis team this year has left for that city Harry Lally another star player has signed with the Memphis team His resignation has been tendered the Cum berland Telephone Company and he will leave about March 1 Memphis is fortu nate in securing the services of these two reliable ball tossers GENERAL MEETING A general meeting of all members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians ladles and gentlemen and their friends has been called for Sunday evening Febru ary 28 at Hibernian Hall to arrange for the reception of Miss Maud MacCarthy who appears at the Auditorium on Easter Monday night RECENT DEATHS Mrs Augustine Caito the venerable mother of John BCaito 512 Preston street died Tuesday morning at the age of seventyseven For many years she had been a devout member of J3t Boni face church from where the funeral took place Thursday morning with solemn mass of requiem for the repose of her soul Another of Louisvilles oldest citizens Francis Hardy has answered the llast call and now rests peacefully in St Louis cemetery He was the father of Messrs John and William Hardy the grocers but on account of his great age had for several years led a rather secluded life The funeral took place from St Patricks church and was largely attended Officer Mike Devanney has the sympa thy of a large circle of friends in the death of his venerable mother which oc curred last Saturday Mrs Devanney had suffered for some time with bron chial trouble She was a good woman and devoted mother She was buried from St Patricks church last Monday morning being interred in St Louis cemetery Deaths shadow cast an impenetrable gloom over the home of Michael and Annie Monahan last Sunday morning when their little son John was released from earthly suffering after a short ill ness This child was their idol and in their grief the bereaved parents have the sympathyof a wide circle of friends Tire funeral took place from the residence 1806 Twelfth street Monday afternoon the remains being tenderly laid to rest in St Louis cemetery John McDonald well known in the East End died Sunday morning at the home of his uncle James McDonald 923 Ballard street a victim of dread pneu monia Before his death he was em ployed as foreman by the Louisville Packing Company and was popular with his superiors and fellowemployes Tuesday morning the funeral took place from St Johns church the sorrow over his untimely death being manifest to 011I The deceased was twentynine years old and unmarried Patrick Donnelly Sr the venerable and respected father of Messrs Patrick and Charles Donnelly for nearly half a century a resident of the West End died Thursday afternoon at the home of his son 300 Seventeenth street The de ceased was a native of Ireland but came to Louisville while a young mari A kind and indulgent father and always ready to assist a friend or neighbor his death is greatly mourned Besides his two sons he leaves two daughters Ills funeral takes place this morning from St Pat ricks church John W Treager the promising twelve yearold son of Peter Traeger a well known employe of the Louisville Nash ville railroad died Tuesday evening after an illness of two weeks with heart trquble The news of his death spread gloom among hiS wide circle of young friends with whom he was a great favor ite Thursday morning the funeral took place from St Williams church Rev Father Murphy conducting the solemn obsequies and preaching a sermon upon the uncertainty of life that impressed the young and old present HINTS ON STYLE Zibeline in many different qualities with just a fleck of white or covered with long white hairs is thought very smart and is trimmed with braid of the same colorAmong the silks and challies pretty grays old blues delightful reds plum coollooking greens and the like are in evidence Mixtures as yet lack any effect of boldness being subdued rather than strikingAt moment the fashion for trimming plain cloth and velvets with bands of fancy velvet either embroidered on the velvet or in the brocade is so popular as to stand in danger of being rather overdoneMohair makes up well iu shirt waists This material has almost taken the place of the flannel waist so long a favorite Mohair has a dust shedding nature and a disposition against wrinkles that recommend it to the practical The popularity of the short coat showed Itself pretty plainly during the past three months and all the fashion authori taea predict its complete sway for the routiug year It is almost certain that the long Mgbtrfighting coat will be en ireiy puac in another ixmontbj 4- r The End of SeasonsSlaughter Sale AT THE BIG STOREBEGINS TODAY t rURDAY Values Slaughtered Prices Hacked The public knows when the Big Store announces their Slaughter Sale what goodsissalesmen to wait on you and everything in the houseI slaughtered THE BIG STOREMILTON M MARBLESTONE CO 424 to 434 Fourth Si and WestIi I f s OOOOC00 Th6 GhaS fl R006fS BOOk GO + REAL PALMS FOR PALM SUNDAY + gg Wax Candles and Slearic Acid Candles for Easter Sunday + + AT THE LOWEST PRICES I BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES I+ OF EVERY DESCRIPTION + g+ i3i W Jefferson Street + f+ + + + + + + + s+ + s+ + + + + + + + + + + f i t t t t t t t t t t t t t t + t + + + + + + + JAMES sbWDEiRST 159 West Jefferson Street Fish and OystersBOTH PHONES S2SG- 3mmH t t t t It It + t + t t1 t1 t1 +1 1 1 1 1 m H +t + HItt + MMHMM+ M MHt t 72ItII 51HI st OUR GHJARA3V1M3JE We guarantee that DIAMOND WALL PLASTER if used according to our directions will produce entirely satisfactory results to plasterers con tractors and proprietors We know it to be all right and that it will do everything we claim for it No risk is taken in its usethere is no uncer wayreliableeconomical fj KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO B J CAMPBELL SONS Proprietors WoodIIJ BothphonM 3367 Brook and River Louisville Ky 1l1tII JJ IttI a + M + Mt M M HHM H +M 1+++++ ++++++ tt t tt + tt + UMMMM Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 810 + tt + + + H + It + + + H+ DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN DOOM KeenanU- NDERTAKERS 11225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth HOME TFrTIIIIoNU 1S25O IU- III Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night IIIIIIAll riages Furnished for All Occasions ifii Dougherty Homo Telephone 2915 mi OarWIUWIU JnIIIHH Hl 1 1 H H H+IlM1I IHIl 1 1 111 111 H H 1111 1 I HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 cr cr B RIRJSTT7 FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER V 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 F3hIIhiIlIttIttIi1 tIlllIlmHIM1 l 1 +HHIII II1 iHHHMI w 3 K8 S S S Sxs I jIj rnxEPHONE Ltf36O Carriages For All Occastas 700 E CHESTNUT ST Plain waists of dyed lace are well to buy to wear with skirts of a matching color They are good under coats and boleros and are dressy enough for the theater Sometimes they are made more attractive by taffeta b nd Mitclitd on in designs o A n k Market A touch of white on a dark gown is always effective and even in the middle of winter dark cloth costumes with facings of white or trimmings in fancy black and white effects are noticeable as having a certain distinctive appearance that ii moct attractive t sErTTuas IRISH ArErs=c se E TlIQy IIS H f1jTERI74 WOODS FAI ALtlOT I C I VOTE FOR ADDRESS J SIGNnDr rrSaturday Feb 13 1904 C 0000 s CX s iMuidoon Monument Gompony 1 1 DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF Mi BI ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE i I flonuments I IIArtlstleWork Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy i II WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET ii- 1lU1IUftftI1IUUIDBI1In1luun1IftftDD L M ANDRIOT SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE e IWIDI POIl5t r IAIIYb In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged rlL13P11O1iJd 1380 Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts + + + + t + + t t t t HMHMHHt t +fM+ tFINE WINES ClfAM- PAGNESALKOLJ3I 345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS 41a 14 MMM + 44 114+1411- i PETER X SON8 WAGON MAN fAGI RfRS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST LOANo QUARTERS 11 FOURTH JEFFER601 LEMON LENDERS Illinois Central Railroa WINTER TOURIST TICKETS Now oq 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 JFodaformatioolMlto tickets rates coniMCtioM etc call oa or address W J yews C P A FourthapdMarket QC F W Hartow D sAIPUnUk U u TuTACTULHYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Even ings and Wednesday Matinee THE WIZARD OF OZ1 Friday and Saturday Evenings and Saturday Matinee JOHN DREW InliThe Second In Command BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY FEB 14 Matinees Snndiy Monday Wedneidtj Saturday THE Fay Foster Co Recognized leader of them all 30PEOPLE30Glittering and gorgeous scenic effects and numerous musical novelties SMOKE and ENJOY COONEY KENNEDYS CIGARSThey Are The Best Brands Made Monarch OeD DeWe- tIrishAmerican FLORA DE CASTILLO Finest 10 Cent Cigar Made ISOS W HVtciIrx Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 V6T GREEN ST LONG PLEASURE TRIP Messrs Edward Bacon and Edward Conway left Wednesday for an extended trip through Mexico and California Tuesday eveningsl banquet was given In their honor at the Catholic Womans Club by the employes of the Bacon dry goods store Upon their return from the reset MUIIII Bacon and Conway will depart for Europe where they will spend the coining year iQ IHlmmmmf1MMmm7 MM SPEAKING OF q P 4 JlmlmlM UlmMi1f1M Himmm PRINTING GIVE US A TRIAL ORDER Dance Invitations Wedding Invitations Note and Bill HeadsITickets Dodgers Etc HOIMIC ri3oHia oao Kentucky Irish American 3SG VJ3ST GREEN STREET il1ril1mmKAImmmmr1mmI I f 1 ml1i1mI I 1 i1ijImi1IiiJimmWJIf f I S AND LADIES Making Great For National Conven tion Here The various committees of the Catbo tic Knights and Ladies of America of Louisville are holding regular meetings and have already made great prepara I tions for their national convention which meets in this city next May The coming convention will be an important one and will doubtless attract attention throughout the entire country From Miss Mary Sheridan who is Supreme treasurer it Is learned the Knights and Ladies are in a flourishing condition Last year an Executive Committee composed of representatives from all the local branches was formed for the pur pose of arranging for the entertainment of the convention and visitors Thomas Keenan was made Chairman and besides the raisng of a handsome fund much other work has been done Trinity Council Y M I has generously tendered the use of its hall free of charge for the sessions of the convention and unless the number of delegates is too large the offer will be accepted An elaborate three days programme will be arranged the Louisville Knights and Ladies being determined that Kentuckys reputation for hospitality shall be maintained FATHER KELLEY A Fine Lecture In Newport For the Young Mens Institute Under the auspices of LafayetteCoun ell Y M I Rev Francis Clement Kelley delivered a splendid lecture in Newport on February 7 His topic was The Yankee Volunteer Father Kelley was a chaplain of a Michigan volunteer regiment in the Spanish war and his treatment of the subject was original and witty His audience was a goodand well pleased one Father Kejleys high talents in oratory were unknown to New portia tis and proved a delightful revela lion Father Kelleys lecture tours are managed hythat excellent new Catholic institution the Columbian Lyceum Bu reau PLEASED CINCINNATI Did Seumas McManus the Irish Scholar and Patriot Seumas McManus literatteur and pa triot was introduced to Ciucinnatians last Sunday night He lectured on Irish wit and humor at the Auditorium to a large audience and a pleased one under the auspices of the Grattan Club Previous to the lecture an informal reception and banquet was held in the Burnet House It was a rare treat to meet the young plain and unassumiug man whose work in cementing the Irish people i Ireland has been more effective than that of the politicians The secret if it can be called a secret iIs the Gaelic League in its revival of the Irish language which already 2500 schools are teaching- It has proven a pleasing surprise that the cultivation of the old tongue could do thiscould get the people to spurn all Manufactures but Irish manufactures and he says his clothes come entirely from Ireland Mr McManus is a Done gal man and his prose works and his verses breathe of the spirit of the soil Donegal is the most Irish part of Ireland owing to its isolated situation and he therefore breathes of the true Irish spirit The Grattan Club was exceedingly fortunate in being able to present such a cultured enthusiastic and typically witty irishman Mr McManus lecture is a work of originality It would prove a hard task for any one to equal his fillus- tration of the characteristic wit and humor of the Irish people His illustra tions were taken from life notes jotted yearsIt laughter He is a great poet and th prose writings of Irish folklore tales indi sate by the simplicity and clearness ofl the r language used that he is in the fore most rank of English writer He too Issue with the common belief that the Irish are more prone than any people to make bulls or blunders and be capitally Illustrated ilby telling that the an louncement of the publication ofa book on Irish bulls by a prominent Irishman drew forth an order from a Yorkshire Agricultural Society for twenty copie- sIt is safe to say that Mr McManus will always be a welcome visitor to Cincin nUal1dhl books will have a vogue there henceforth Mr Tim Sullivan ttudl M1at 1i MktlkW lutIrW lOitpi f- c i rtYtMm JOE KNIGHTS Preparations Winter styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas IRISH8 SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION i Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan DoughertyRecording Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1011 Bank ureet- Treasurerlbomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening 6f Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ran Financial SecretaryJohn T Keanpy 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas Quinn Vice PresidentJoseph Cooney Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butle- rSergeantatArmsPat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets onthe Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut 4 AssistantDave Reilly f TreasurerJohn PiHellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County President John Kenney MurphyPresidentRobert Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording Secretary J G Cole Financial Secretarythos OHern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelAlphonso Constantine SergeantatArms Michael Noon Y IMC I MACKIN COUNCIls 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street PresidentJames Shelley First Vice PresidentHugh J Hig gins Second Vice President Fred Herp Recording SecretaryFrank Adams Financial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- Corresponding Secretary Frank P BurkeTreasurerFrank F Murphy MarshalGeorge F Simonis LanahannOutside SentinelJohn Scbaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Mouday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street PresidentEugene J Cooney First Vice President J L Cunniffe Second Vice presidentJoseph F Bell Recording Secretary Emil E Month Corresponding SecretaryArthur C LauerFinancial SecretaryRobert G Goe bel TreasurerWilliam N Cast Marshal M F Morris Inside SentinelJacob Pfalzer Outside Sentinel M F Ziegler pleasing style On Monday MK Mc Manus was also the guest of the Grattan Club and shown the sights of Cincinnati He lectured in Dayton on Tuesday night PICNIC DATES Mackin Council Y M I has secured Fern Grove and all the excursion boats on the river for the annual picnic and outing which will take place Tuesday June 14 Trinity Council wilt take its oneMonday July I7and for a moonlight ride on September 3 VICTORYkThe Falls City Bowling League held its regular monthly meeting this week and the recent victories of the Kentucky Irish American team so enthused Presi dent Harper and his bo ling men that it was voted to have asmi ker next Tuesday week and also to adopt constitution and lHlgIglu8will arrange social while lriO sawn Archer and Barry will formulate be laws for the league j now pneof tb strongest in the elty sad oa a solid basti II f ENJOYABLE Was Smoker of the Catholic Knights Last Monday Night The jubilee smoker held last Monday evening by Branch 32 Catholic Knights of America was a most enjoyable occasion in every sense of the term The State and Central Committee officers and dele gates were the guests of the evening Addresses were made by Rev Father Ohlc Spiritual Director of the branchQ President John Schalda Messrs Michael Reichert Jonathan Tbickstun Joseph P McGinn Newton Rogers Harry Veene man and Secretary Henry Beckman who gave an interesting history of the branch The committee who had charge of the arrangements were Messrs Henry Beck man William Denkler and Frank Wer nert So well did these clever Knights look out for the comfort and pleasure of all who attended that it was with much regret that the meeting closed The ladies who were present expressed their appreciation of the evenings enter tainment and hoped that the golden jubi lee of Branch 32 would be as happily spent in years to come as was that of its silver anniversary FIFTY YEARS The Rev Father Stanislaus Celebrates His Golden Jubilee There was an unusual scene Tuesday at Gethsemani Abbey the home of the Trappist monks says the New Haven Echo when the Rev Father Stanislaus celebrated the fiftieth anniversary of his elevation to the priesthood The ceremonies were of a grand and impressive character and everything befitting the occasion was fully carried out by Right Rev Father Edmond Obrecht that the venerable priest might enjoy the distinc tion he has attained A cablegram was received from Cardinal Merry del Val Papal Secretary of State which imparted to Rev Father Stanislaus the apostolic blessing pf his Holiness Pius X The jubilarian who is a Canadian by birth and eightyfour years old has been a monk for more than half a centur- yFEDERATION Jefferson County Organiza tion Waiting on High Official Delegates to the local Federation of Catholic Societies are surprised at not hearing from President Witte At the last meeting the suggestion of Delegate Smith that members study and discuss the constitution met with much favor as also did that of Thomas Tobin Ed ward Neuhaus aroused much enthusiasm when he said he brought good news from the German side In a short time he says all the German societies will with flying banders gather round the Federa tion President Kelly urges belter at tendance by members and announcement of all entertainments contemplated by affiliated societies The resignation of Lawrence Mackey as a member of the Executive Committee was accepted and his successor will be chosen at the next meeting HIGHER PRICES COMING The steady increase in the cotton mar ket during the past few weeks will serve to raise the price of cotton goods so that all such dress materials as nainsooks Hnons organdies voiles etamines albatross and nuns veilings will be sold at a higher figure in the coming spring and summer than formerly Now is the time for diligent housekeepers to lay in a supply of these cotton goods The season of Lent which forbids many kinds of amusement affords leisure hours that may be devoted to spring sewing In our columns the thrifty housekeeper will find where she can make the best pur Chases of the foregoing needful goods MACKIN COUNCIL Lively and interesting discussions char acterized the proceedings of Mackin Council Tuesday night though but little business of importance was transacted Vice President Higgins presided and ad ministered the obligation to Messrs Frank McDonogh the stove dealer and Frank Andriot The attendance was small therefore it was decided not to confer the threef degrees until there is a large class for initiation Secretary Frank Durke hall fifteen names on his list now and it is hoped to add ten more before the date Iii set The condition of Senator Mark Hanes as reported rvery strioub o DRINK Hdfbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN AC ERMAN SI2EwI1 7Q oo ANYXNOORPORATED TELEPHONE 4b2 LOVIiBVILiID KY FRflNK FEttR BREWING 60 INCORPORATED I Brewers and Bottlers f LOUISVILLE K- SHICKEY t ttttttt t SAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY Proprietor Homo Telephone 384 2S W Jefferson Ste+ tt + + n tIt It It Hit It It It JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY joxziv 135 FRANK 6 tQ VVALTERS = Clay=Street Brewery S12 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 300a LOUISVILLE KY HENRY C LAUER i TIBLICPHoriI 11210 Fine Wines and Liquors Livery Boarding Stable 407 E JEFFERSON ST 428 and 430 Branch House 909 West Market EAST JEFFERSON STREET BUY YOUR WALL PAPI3R- crow Nice Papers Full Rolls 3t 5 and 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ULUE GRASS EXCHANGE Proprietors TICOalcitiaar J BACON k SONSThird FourthMARKET Third walstings 26C Stylish New Spring Dress Goods receipts dress popular there COLORED 60Cgray 50Cinches76C Shirts Music 50c UDderwearfor2c Mens fleeced ribbed under wear at this price 0 IRELAND Record of the host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges At Kilkenny Councillor Edward OShea was unanimously elected Mayor Alderman Thomas Morrissey was unan imously reelected Mayor of Clonmel The death is announced of John Cotter agedseventy years a respected and useful resident of Cloyne A sidecar in which Lord Barrymore was driving to the train overturned iIn- King street Cork Lord Barrymore was picked up in a dazed condition bleedin from his injuries At Waterford James A Power out going Mayor was unanimously reelected For the Shrievalty Alderman T Whit ties name was put first on the list Alder man Young second and Councillor Kenny thirdThe election for Lord Mayor of Cork took place on Saturday with the result that Councillor A Roche was elected by twentyeight votes to twentythree cast for Alderman Barrett Alderman Cave was also a candidate but fell out on theI first poll Dr Corby was placed first on the list for the Shrievalty Edward Cahlllj second and D Delea third According to present arrangements the the King and Queen will arrive at Dub tin on Saturday April 23 and the Majesties are to stay in Ireland until ih evening of Monday May 2 when the n will leave Kingstown for Holybead o the royal yacht Victoria and Albert TheKing and Queen will remain at th Vicergal Lodge during their visit to Dub linThe Coroners inquiry into what has become known as the Clones horror concluded when the jury returned the following verdict That the body found IIn Mrs Fees manure pit in the town o Clones on December and subsequently identified as that of John Flanagan of Burdontein came to his death by a wound inflicted by some person or persons unkuown The election of Mayor of Limerick on Saturday resulted in the defeat of the Labor candidate The present holder o the office Michael Donnelly Nationalist was reelected by twentyone votes to eleven for Michael Prendergast James Flynn proprietor Cruises Royal Hotel was unanimously placed first on the list of three nominations from whom the Lord Lieutenant may select one fit and qualified to serve in office as City High SheriffA magisterial investiga tion was held last week in the Dun garven courthouse into the charge pre ferredagainst Mary McGrath a young married woman of attempting to poison her father Michael Kiely a farmer resi dent at Gleulickey midway between Dungarven and Youghal The offence was alleged to have been committed on the 11th instant and the drug was stated to be rat poison administered in food The young woman was remanded for trial The people of Waterford city and county are takings deep and practical interest in the question of Catholic uni versity education or rather the want of it and amass meeting was held at the City Hall in support of the agitation at which several masterly and eloquent pro nouncements were made Speaking at the Cathedral Father Bernard Hackett referred to the matter and said it was a question that vitally affected not alone the interests of the present generation but also those who would come afterI themThe election of Lord Mayor for Dublin i took place Saturday the candidates J being Mr Hut binson General SecnI tary of the Irish National Foresters aadII Alderman Cotton Chairman of the Dub lin Gas Company Both candidates were Nationalists but objection was taken by the more advanced section to Alderman Cotton because last year he I proposed that an sddre B be presented to j the King on the occwloa of his Majestys t visit to Dublin la the course of debate J- most pf tbV speaks a who opposed fito cr BLACK veryfashionable25c 450 50c 650 75c 85c 1 125 and 175 Qtamine Colntella one of the new creations in Black Dress Goods an especial weave for the fashionable sheared skirts We have a variety of four different styles that are 44 iinches widej worth 160 at I25per yard A special showing of all of Lupine new black silk and wool Crepe de Chine and all wool Crepe they have the same lustre as the all silk Crepe de Chine and are just as desirable 44 inch widths prices per yard 511125150 175 and 200 50cWashSilksfor39c They are good heavy corded wash silks 0eeoe0000 his high qualifications for thI IadmittedI but said they could not vote fo any man who would support an addressi to the King The outgoing Lord Mayor Timothy Harrington M P though opposed to the address to the King su ported Alderman Cotton on the grounds of toleration Hutchinson was electedl by fortyone votes to thirtyseven A feature of the present day is the search for hidden treasures and in this connection it may not be out of place t n refer to an incident which happened i the Pticeuix Park recently According to information to hand it seems that whilst a number of laborers were engaged in their daily work in the park one them came across a box lying some inches beneath the surface and having fellowgworkers discovered to their amazement that it contained a quanity of gold A rather mysterious case of alleged poisoning of cattle which will form the subject of a claim for criminal injury Iis reported from Etnly On the 7th inst a farmer named Mclnery from Bally elates Emly xeotice3one of hi cows sick and gave her a drink The animal afterwards died and the owner drew her blood in the cow shed A day or two afterwards a brooding sow an some store pigs Mclnerys property which were noticed as having been at the pit fell sick and died Next he noticed some of his dogs sick and gave the physic which matte them all right A short time after another cow died A man who bought the skin ofi the first Wiillsomee andna quently found dead It is reported thatt haes died ROSARY FROM IRELAND Protestant Ladys Valued Gif offCharity Mrs Joe Phelp who is home after a month passed in St Josephs Infirmary has presented Sister Assisiun with an exquisite Rosary made of bog oak which Irelandfbought in Cork city during his recent visit there On the cross is a carved image of the Saviour In the upper por tion of the cross is a miniature view of the noted Knock chapel in the County Mayo where the apparition of Our Lady appeared years ago The interior of the church is seen with a pilgrimage headed by the venerable Archdeacon Cavanaugb The Rosary is highly prized by Mrs Phelp who is not a Catho lic but she was so tenderly cared for bj the gentle Sister in whose care she was that it will henceforth be Sister Assisiuna souvenir Mrs Phelp resides at 1205 Twentieth street with her husband who is a valued employe of the CourierJour nal and prominent In the Typographical Union MACAULEYS Manager Macauley hassecaredfpr the first three nights and Wednesday matinee next week The Wizard of Oz which is too Wen known to theater goers to require further comment John Drew in The Second in Command follows Friday night He will be supported by am excellent company Minstrels Thurs day afternoon and night- BUCKINO1IAM The Pay Foster Company the recog nized leader of the vaudeville stage I comes to the Buckingham for next week I I with a clean moral comedy depicting life i I in the South Sea iislands requiring thirty J people for its production The scenic effects are lId to be gorgeous and glitter + I lug and the olio high class I MASONIC THEATBRII I I Sis Hopkins the pastoral comedy fnll which MiM Rose Melville has pleased J hundreds of thoueaade during the put I J five years will benext weeks offering at the Ma onlc Theater Her portrayal1 of IeMldOllitC T 0 a for Boys blue flannel waists oe0 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing WeekGeneralpNews Notes Division 4 will have a big initiation on Wednesday evening February 24 invitednAll the divisions will approach holy communion at St Patricks on March 13 State President Keenan reports that the new division at Ashland will soon he instituted Division 2 meets next Friday night It is expected every member will respond to the roll call- Division 1 took 500 tickets from State Treasurer Butler for the Maud Mac Carthy concert The annual report of the Finance Com mittee of Division 1 shows the treasury in splendid conditions The committee arranging for the ob servance of St Patricks day will hear reports Monday night whodwas severely burned some weeks ago has returned to his work The general meeting on February 28 themorder throughout the city Division 4 feels grateful to the young men of the euchre committee who turned over i nice Sum to Treasurer Hellon State Treasurer Butler left an addi tional 600 tickta for the MacCarthy con cert with Division 4 Wednesday night A beautiful picture of the Sacred Heart of Jesus the gift of the County Board now adorns the wall of Hibernian Hall The meeting of Division 4 was well attended President Hennessy occupied wartc thereNewton G Rogers presided for Mike Tynan last Tuesday evening the tatter being busy formulating a programme for St Patricks day Division 4 has still on the sick list Corporal John Reilly Walter Henley John OConnor rand Patrick Mulloy Martin McHugh is convalescent The Ladies Auxiliary bold their regular monthly meeting next Wednesday evening Much that will be of interest to the members should be brought for wardCounty President Sullivan thanked Division 4 for the support they have given during the past year and made a eloquent speech on the future of th orderMembers of Division 2 ought to arouse themselves and push the work of recur ing applications With but little effo they should secure at least another dred names rta rte The programme cr the St Patrick day entertainment be given by th Milwaukee division is complete with the exception of the speaker It was the Intention to have Seumas McManus the Irish story writer as the speaker but the arrangement had to be changed anti an other will beselected The Ancient Order of Hibernians is at present growingat a rate that was hardly ever known before and if the present good work is kept up for a few years and it is likely to it will be the greatest organized body of Irishmen and Irish Americans ever known Since the Intro luction of the degree work the order has picked up throughout the country and Is rapidly gathering within its folds the best and strongest element of the Irisn JIbfcNultyiqcresed rapidly says the New Vork Irish Advocate The presentation of a handsome chalice to Archbishop Farley and his acceptance and blessing together with the compromise effected with the old Board of Erin in this city hay had a routing effect in drawing members to the order Let the good work go on and from the trend old organization that in good sad evil report kept the flag of religion and nationality afloat we will surelys a great connecting link of the Celt flOlllndtoeltd of America strong 1M1teUtad tu bIeIc Ur 0 r 15c n etc I 2c of in all the of this offer ea these ribbons wont last 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