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I KENTUCKY IRIll AMERICAN VOLUME XIINO 9 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY EBRUARY 27 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTS RECALL ACTION Free Books Dismal and Disgust- Ing Failure in St Louis School Board Now Realizes It- t Committed an EgregrlT oils Blunder i Children of Parents Who Pay Give Books ProperiCare t SOME EXPRESSIONS OF OPINIONr t Opposition to the bill providing free text books for the children of the public schools of Louisville Increases in propor tion as the question is studied Nottl t only do the taxpayers realize the burdenI it would impose upon them but they admit the great injustice that would be done thousands of citizens A bill similar to the one proposed here was quietl- ll slipped through at St Louis last yeart After a fair trial the School Board willi recall its action in ordering free books The experiment has proved a dismal andt disgusting failure It has taught chil dren contempt of books and that was about the only form of reverence they had left The Western Watchman toldI the School Board when they ordered free books in the schools of the city they committed a blunder and adds We are glad to see that they even now realize the truth of what we said Wise men 1kchange their minds sometimes foolsII never And while there is time would it not be better for our School Trustees to change their minds The Kentucky Irish American looks upon this question solely as one of un necessary and unjust taxation Two years ago the subject was before the Chicago School Board and the more light that was thrown upon it the more perplexed the people became to find any reason for its introduction It had all the earmarks of a graft for the book Y UiJJiaid when rho vote was taken itt WiUiitldirwit iihfirfklu l+ tksidt number of communications upon the free book question have been received at this office stating substantial reasons for in its defeat and no one can controvert the facts in the following the writer of which is as competent to judge as any one in this cityUIThere is one argument that should go far to defeat the bill for tree books in the public schools Every one who has had any experience in the matter knows that when children obtain books slates etc free that they seem to tare little or nothing for them They value them at what they have to pay for them Many I parents in this respect are as bad as their children I am satisfied that if teachers after six months of school will examine the books of the scholars who have had to pay for them and those of the pupils who have received them free they will find the books of the latter in much the worse condition When parents pay for the books it is their interest to see that the children care for them Several of our ablest lawyers are among the many who have declared their oppo sition to the measure but as the ses sion of the Legislature is drawing near the end tbere is little prospect of such a bill passing both houses DR MICH CASPERof Will Address Mackin Council of Members on Mondayofwill Night During the winter months the members the of Mackin Council have been treated to a series of interesting lectures by promi nent Catholic gent emen Monday night Dr Mich Casper one of our most proms past ising young physicians will be the speaker He will take for his subject Men as Fathers of the Boys pije that wide for thought Dr 11isj dou barlHugh Higgins presided Monday night in the absence of President Shelly and 1 1 obligated Messrs W J Gerber Charles his B Zengel and Erank J Deuser Henrywaj Lichtefeld was reported improving after an illness of six weeks Several amend ments were made to the bylaws that make stronger and more definite the laws providing for the relief of members when sick and the payment of death benefits Upon motion Secretary Frank Burke was instructed to send a letter of con Mr dplence to Jailer John R Pflanz on the death of his venerable mother After the transaction of other routine business him the meeting was adjourned All mem an bers are urged to be present next Mon silt day night mATTACKS Mike Collins the big and goodnatured Deputy Bailiff of the Police Court was given a surprise Wednesday morning While bringing Eugene Boyd a negro desperado from the cage for trial and not expecting any resistance the prisoner for bit Collins ap awful blow on the bead Before assistance reached him however tlteBtzilill had the aeQro eubdtt i Boyd letat n ti was arrested for demanding money of the occupants of the Weissinger flats and is suspected of being the one who recently tried to rob Mrs Mike Tynan and chased her with a knif- ePETITION CONGRESS For Erection of Monuments- to Two Irish Naval Heroes Within the next few days numerous signed petitions will be forwarded to Washington requesting the Senators and Representatives from Kentucky in Congress to vote for the erection of mop ments to Commodore Jack Barry at Capt Jeremiah OBrien two Irish nay heroes of the Revolutionary war Recog nition of the services of those two famous men has been too long delayed therefore an urgent appeal has been made to all patriotic citizens to urge the present Congress to adopt the bill introduced inn the House of Representatives by Ho Michael Driscoll Congressman from New York Irishmen and IrishAmericans all over the country are interested in this matter Here in Louisville the petitions are being pushed by the Ancient Order of Hiber mans and when they are forwarded to waryrn Jefferson county at tached Members of the order ever where are urged by National Preside James Dolan to lend their best efforts to movement and in Kentucky the State and county officers are carryin out his suggestions The petitions wI 8j be open for signatures at the generall meeting tomorrow afternoon p GENERAL MEETING Invitation to All Interested IIn- Coming I Concert For Orphans Tomorrow afternoon at 230 oclock there will be e general meeting at Hibernian Hall of all those interested in the concert to be given under the auspices ofr the Ancient Order of Hibernians onI Easter Monday night for the benefit ofr the orphans The tickets for this great musical event which takes place at the Auditorium have been printed and aslousaleotcALthemeetirga row there will be an exchange of views that will tend to arouse greater Interest the visit of Miss Maud McCarthy the young Irish queen of the violin The Hibernians will have the assistance of a number of the clergy in their noble and some of them are expected to be present tomorrow A cordial invitation is extended to the general1 public and it is earnestly hoped every member of the Ladies Auxiliary will re spend to the special invitation sent their societyMOURN HIS DEATH Brother Stanislaus A NotedI Educator of Young Men T Brother Stanislaus one of the bestt known teachers of St Francis Xavierr College passed to his eternal rewardI Thursday morning after a life devoted- to I the education of young men Brother Stanislaus was eightyseven years old therefore his death was not altogether unexpected For many years he taught- at t StPatricks school and is affectionately remembered by many of the fathers the parish who were his pupils over a quarter of a century ago When he reo lurried to the college it was to take charge the music classes he being a musiciani the higher order The funeral servicesj be held in the College chapel thisj morning when Rev Father Deppen willI celebrate the solemn mass of requiem for repose of his soul- TRANSFERRED TO ST WILLIAMS be The Rev Father Cone for some time assistant priest at St Patricks has been transferred jjFatherworking young clergyman and the peo of rather Murphys growing parish fortunate in having him to minister- to their spiritual wants The Rev Denis nMurphylaboredzealously since the dedication of beautiful little church and is re itdevotedL s SUCCEEDS EMPLOYER Ernest N Menar the well known young pharmacist has purchased theidrug store so long conducted by s i Cronan at Twelfth and Zane streets Menar has been associated with the store for many years and his legion of to friends and patrons are pleased to see succeed his former employer He is experienced and careful druggist and readers in that vicinity should reo member him when they need drugs or THE RIOIIT MAN Patrick Kennedy one of the best known IrishAmerican residents of New i Albany has announced himself a can didate for the Democratic nomination Councilman from the Sixth ward of qualtfieslfari of dry ffather ta I J VINGENTIANS Quarterly Meeting1 Held Sun day Largest For Many Years St Louis Bertrands and St Patricks Conferences Load1q Able Address on Charity by th Raymondd PalNEW CONFERENCES BEING FOR 1E Despite the inclemency of the weather the quarterly meeting of the St Vincent de Paul Society held in St Francis Hall on Sunday afternoon proved to be one of the most successful held in recent theseatlugrcapacity of the hall and some sixtytwo fullrhayyre ntnot been with the society for a long time Owing to the illness of theRev Father Rock Spiritual Director of the society the meeting was opened with prayer by 8the Rev Father Deppen Secretary 1Doyle announced that he had just re ceived a note from President Campbell stating that he would be unable to attend due to a severe sick spell which bad forced him to go to bed This was a matter of regret to all and to none more so than to President Campbell as he had been looking forward to this meeting with especial interest Vice President Bacon presided and andafter the minutes of the previous meeting had been read and approved each conference present called off the list of new members desiring to join the society As usual St Patricks showedI up with about thirtyfive applicants twentytwo of whom were present butt for once they were beaten in their leader ship and by none other than St LouisI Bertrands who brought in thirtytwo new members out of fifty applicants the others fatlin gtQ ttttQA CSqtsofa the very severe weather St Cect ta also made a good showing and hardly a conference reporting but had some names to give in showing that the membership of the society is growing steadily in this city a fact afterwards commented1 on very strongly by the Rev Father Dep pen t After the reception of the new mem bers had taken place the aunual reports J for the past year were read by the Presl dents of the different conferences and1 while St Patricks leads still the reports- of the others all showed that the work ini their charge had been well attended to some of the smaller conferences setting a good example in this respect particularly that of St Mary Magdalen who are singularly fortunate iu having an eagle eyed Secretary in the person of William Meehan The new conferences that have not as yet received their aggregation papers St Pauls and St Anthonys made good verbal reports showing thatt at no distant date they will be among the leaders in this good work A matter of much pleasure to the assembled Vin centiaus was the presence of a delegationt from St Williams together with a note from their popular pastor Rev Father Murphy stating he is forming a conference The reports of the Committee oni Special Work and the Treasurer showedI that everything was working smoothly with those gentlemen Vice President Bacon then introduced Very Rev Father Volz O P who spoke briefly as follows My BrothersMy first word must be one of regret that an important engagement awaiting me will make it necessary for me to speak somewhat more briefly than I had intended However I should most unwilling unduly to limit any utterance of mine that may sound the proper praises of those who deserve themi and give encouragement to the noble work that you have set before yourselves in your respective conferencesi throughout the city Within the comparatively short time of my residence i have been both enlightened andI goodfriendsI asLi me on succes of ive Sundays and through the various days of the week brought before my mind forcibly that the St Vincent de Paul Society as the rule states is pri tnarily Intended for the sanctification off its members and secondarily for the good it can accomplish among men among the poor the needyand if I am speak now it will be but for a few moments to suggest to you possibly the chief mesas by which all that Is now being done may be intensified and in creased and furthered The obvious thing then to consider here as the rule suggests Is first our per sonar sanctification If we have a srlrit of living faith and have charity thor oughly aliye within our souls we cap not J fail to bring others within the Pate of our influence Any great and ennobling i work because it is greatf and ennobling IIlirouseshow can any work show forth theseC characteristics nobility of strengthaj power except that It be well grounded mtch priadpUM u bwr the cpprabt g J x t tion of Holy Mother ChiMfch and the test of experience As you a know in con mercial affairs or in the affairs of theI things of this life there no operation that goes beyond the JJaowledge that stimulates and directs Jit So it is with charity Charity is activity It Is operation but it can not go bewmd the knowl1 edge that inspires It Therefore first of all the Vincentian must trive to be iim- pressed by and imbued with those fundamental principles of Chiistianity which throughout the worlds history have mad Christian charity what t is and that means that It is the dutyof every one Iin- laboring for his nelghb first of all to labor for himself to bmld himself up hhmay be a source of pov er and good to others Now how is it tIt we realize as Vincentians that powe which is the power of charity within iurselves It Iis by giving an ever enlar ng heed to the spiritualitDY d through the voice of the church under the guidance of our tastfs Ina thousand and one ways are voices call ing upon us to be mini ful of the great saving truths of religion That means we must ourhOlYil in human affairs to open to its tulles capacity to an understate ling of what iis requited of us as membe sof the mysti cal body of our Lord S id Savior Jesus Christ Then if we hatj within us that strong seeing of Divine J iithwhch will1 point out to us in every human being a soul that is loved by At Ighty God we can go on to meritorio fe work work ucentlansIt you most of all to see withat higher see jug of faith the soul t it3 in every human body to see iIn that soul thatt which is dear to God tl it which is the object of His love that fcrwhich He sentt His only begotten Sun to this world and once you have than pure vision de veloped within yourself f once you are able to see clearly and positively andI definitely that there is i every humani heart that which is wadof your love because it is the objec of Gods lovei then It is you cab put ay from your selves the human eletri its that make charity but coldplus s ropy Ol1 the I I I well doing that maybe ofcerved of men fn I There la consequently aspect inthe- t work you are doing th jis pcnliatQ your society and t- I labor to be thatiSitfOUdOPoyou work to be I acteri ti ofthe SbcietyitliaUti d ifstlf f ossibJei J secretly so tat e reIt en may no know what the right hand is doing and t to accomplish this faithfully and perseveringly and consistently is not an easy task but for that one reason when the work is done it is to the greater credit of the St Vincent de Paul Society It is the peculiar glory of the Vincentian if he does his work in secret that only the Father in heaven maybe aware of it So these are the two points I would hold out for your consideration my friends First that you build up within yourselves a strong living power of faith ofa faith that will always be manifest l faith above all things in the living presence I of our Divine Lord in the sacrament of his love that will always put you in mind of your duty in whatsoever circumstances in all places so that your light will be shining as it ought to be in such things as will bring honor and credit to our Holy Mother Church If that living power of faith then sways you if it makes you strive after greater spiritual perfections it makes you mindful of the many opportunities you have each day of your life of doing Christlike good if that living power of faith dominates you and makes you go out eagef to do good then the ennobling qualities that are to be found iti saving charity will be the easier for you to realize Then it is that your vocation as a Vincentian is assured and your work for the honor and glory of God is prospered Is spread in amongst men and surelywill be blessed from on high At the conclusion of the address of Father Volz Father Deppen was called upon and made a short talk as he said merely to keep the members occupied while some other important business was being attended to in the hall He sug geared and the suggestion seems a good one that the report of the different conferences could be sent In two weeks ahead of time tabulated printed and distributed at meeting in pamphlet form thus saving the time consumed in reading the the various items but still keeping alive the interest Among the members This matter will be considered by the Particular Council in the near future After a prayer for the speedy recovery Rev Father Rock and President Campbell and for the repose of the souls of various members who have died since the last meeting the meeting came to a closeWhile Cingtrands Conference fell on the ice and sustained quite a shock Mr Riggs was game however and refused to go home until the meeting was concluded he being one of the new members brought in by LimerickviOPPOSED TO ALLIANCE I1 Expressions of the strongest opposition to any AngloAmerican alliance reflec fleas upon the alleged proBritish tens deaden of the United States Government and expressions for the success of Russian herwar with Japan characterized the meeting held in Horticultural Hall Tuesday night under the auspices of the lan ahGael of Philadelphia to protest gainst any EnX1IaIi Atnen can alliance of wbartou Barker presided sad made a iotMUieaabotttitcated- u i n i3r THEIR BIG NIGHT Limerick Hibernians Turn Out 1and Initiate Thirteen Members deLad less Auxiliary at Covington Mays vl lie Winchester Paris and Lexington Coming Into Line DEGREE TEAM DID EXCELLENT WORK Wednesday night will long remain a memorable one for the members Division 4 A O H Notwithstanding the many obstacles with which they thave had to contend during the jpast year the members are undauntedIt and at the present rate they hope soon to tbe the strongest division financially as 1well as numerically in Kentucky And to encourage them iu their efforts cheer ing words were received from both State and county officers When President Hennessey called the meeting to order every chair in Hibernian Hall wag occui pied many long absent faces being there among them Michael J Walsh 1 the painter Officer Tom Brown and John A Murphy Almost the first business was the initia i tion the degrees being conferred by the t following excellent team Patrician John I Barry Bard Joe Hanrahan Oracle Dave Reilly and Grand Guide lames Kenealy Their work showed careful 1 itudy of the ritual and was an improve ment over former exemplifications AllI being ready the Grand Guide retire- with 1 the guard of honor and on their return with thirteen good Irish Ameri applauseTheMessrs Thomas L Hanlon John R Doughan Will J Mackln William J Connelly Thomas McHugh George King DrMich Casper Andrew Curran Thomas P Lawler Mike Callahan jncl the application of John KilloVan was reJ quicklydispatched visitors from the State and County Boards The Visiting Committee reported Corporal John Reilly Pat Mulloy Walter Henley vast John McElHott still sick though all are improving All present signed the petition to Congress to erect a monument at Washington to Commodore Jack Barry father of the American navy The invitation to honor Irelands patron saint at St Patricks church on the mornfing of March 13 was accepted and Divis- Ion 4 will make a big showing State Secretary Meehan brought good news from Covington and Ashland From Recording Secretary Joseph Broderick of Covington he had received a large order for application blanks to be used in the formation of a ladies auxiliary on Wednesday night that was being organized of by that stanch veteran of the order Judge Michael T Shine The Judge had theIopen several weeks It is the intention of the forCovington Hibernians to have an aux llIar that will if possible surpass the one here in Louisville The State Secretary then imparted the following information received in a letter from National Organ- Izer Deuuis Ryan dated February 21wWe succeeded in organizing a division this town today It has started off with a bright intelligent crowd of young men and a sprinkling of oldtime mem bers The following officers were elected County PresidentJohn B Burdiss PresidentMichael P Purtell Vice PresidentJohn F Moriarty Recording SecretaryCharles Kelly Financial SecretaryThomas M How ardTreasurerThomas J Dowling Organizer Ryan also stated that he expected to visit Maysville Winchester Big Paris Lexington and perhaps some of other cities In Kentucky Friday and Saturday he was to be in Maysville the going from there to Portsmouth OhiomCounty President Sullivan contratuhi lated the division on its nights workal called attention to the celebration inOt honor of St Patrick at Llederkranz Hall foworktertainment at the Auditorium on Easter Monday night when Miss Maud Mac arthy will appear for the benefit of the under the auspices of the Ardent Order of Hibernians Before the adjournment President Hennessey expressed the pleasure it afforded him to welcome the new members and in a few well chosen words gave them some wholesome ad ce State President Keenan was expected to be among the speakers of the earlyhourDivision 4 are certainly deserving of credit for what they are colngand no friendshipunityform the principles of the orders of e COUNTY BOARD alllheHibernians will inset H their trail prMoudayrefuse rrtigiog tot theedebtvitiotil of i9L io J programmeisthe rising young attorney has acccepted an invitation to deliver a short address The celebration will take place at Lieder kranz Hall the admission being placed at twenlq fine cent- sTRINITY COUNCIL Receives Three Applications and Initiates One New rI Member Trinity Council Y M I initiated August Kemp last Monday night and reo ceived three applications There was good attendance though the only busi nrss transacted was of the ordinary routine nature Grand Director Joe Piaz was announced as the orator for next Monday night when he will elucidate the best process for the preparation of coffeeThe committee arranging for the annual banquet to be given at the Willer- of Hotel on Tuesday April 6 reported the programme nearly completed for that occasion This committee is composed of Messrs Ben Hund John J Sullivan Edward Bosler Emmet Slattery John F Sullivan J L Cunniffeand Harry Kirc t clorfer On Monday night March 7 Frank A Lenz a well known German attorne will deliver an address and on the Monday l following the members will be treated to a mock trial participated in by a number of the brightest young men of the council This affair will be as well as instructive and will bring ou the full membership President Cooney is maturing plans for work during the summer calculated to further increase interest in the society and will announce them before the end of Lent- e TAKES A SPURT Good Old Division Makes a YeardStart J I Members of Division 2 of the Ancient iL i Order of Hibernians are rejoicing over the start made for the new year At their monthly meeting on Friday night of last week six new names were added to the roster an additional application was received and several more were promised tic T oliion waspadministered to Messrs John Ridge Thomas Lynch Byrnes Michael Callahan Thomas Byrnes and Maurice Carroll They were given a hearty greeting and the charge- of President Con Ford was the most im pressive heard for years So enthused were the members present that all pledged i themselves to bring in an application be fore the end of March This means that Division 2 will soon again be in the front rank numerically President Con Ford presided and in jiforIrish American for its good work Vice President John S ivan was unable to attend because o on injured knee and John Burke was ported sick The Cath olic Federation protest was indorsed and the division accepted the invitation to visit St Patricks church in a body and attend holy communion on the morning March 13 Among the visitors present were Thomas Callahan Joe Cooney Mike Tynan and County President Sullivan Mr Tynan stated that the entertainment arranged St Patricks day would be a pleasing- one and that an address would be de livered by Attorney Emmet Slattery The County President congratulated the division on its growth hoped this year it would pass the century mark and closed ith kind works for the young men who bad just joined State Secretary Meehan made a strong appeal for the orphans urging the members to lend their best efforts to make the Auditorium concert a success WThosejjknowingadvised to make the same known at the office of the Kentucky Irish American HARD PALL of Patrick Shaughnessy the well known Four engineer residing at 70G East Green street is carrying his arm in a plaster cast the result of a fall during recent icy spell The unfortunate was returning to his home from s work and in stepping aside to a lady to pass he slipped and fell late his arm which was fractured at the wrist The arm was set and is doing although it will be some time be re he can use it- CATHOLIC FEDERATION and The regular monthly meeting of the Catholic Federation will be held next Friday night at Hibernian Hall Severalb committees are expected to ifareWittemay also be at the meeting with information as to the federation move ment throughout the State and also as comingState j VISITED OLD FRIENDSre The Rev Father Thomas Major pastor the Church of the Good Shepherd at Frankfort spent the first part tf the week with Rev Father William Ryan other old fnenda in Winchester Major is one of the best known eas fn Kentucky and there iis always is cordial welcome for him wherever lie U e u SEPTEMBER 7 May Mark an Important Era For theYoung Mens Institute Proposed Joint Initiation For Jurisdictions Middle States toaHave Bljr Doings After Lent zarr ALWAYS HELPING MOTHER CHURCH dRobert Doyle Council Y M L of Cincinnati will have something doing jj postLentendance f the month a two bights minstrel show Audlt torium During the long history of Robest Doyle Council it never before Theycouncils have frequently staged 3comediesand minstrel performances and Phil Sheridan Council particularly has earnedj successfulB meartbsr of No 200 and to whom Phil Sheri don Councils successes can be attributed in no small degree will have charge of minstreleshow Prof Boex the Cincinnati musician and composer and for many years F connected with the Jesuit church and i college of that city is to have charge of the musical end Although the enter prise has just been launched one of the members remarked You ought to beartearlydatenighthaspicnics are also scheduled the first com InK off early in June While No 104 is engaged in these projects for its immediate benefit it is always prominently M Identifiedwith the success of bazars fairs and euchres given for the charitable institutions and churches of Cincinnati Its help is continually being sought Theo hans reatPourtUiof ill jcalc sone o these affairs wh c Counci 1G generously aids Council 163 has appointed a committee- to work up a local movement to make arrangements for an initiation of tre planIscouncils of the Middle States at some central point It is thought that the four jurisdictions Western Pennsylvania Ohio Indiana and Kentucky can suc cessfully participate in this central and initiation The aim will be the of a thousand new members in this Eastern center of the Young Mens preferably through successfully and the joint initia tions of the past year appear to be a crite rion that it will the members of the four States will be brought togetht for the jurisdiction down as a notable one in Y M h history p BIG FALLING OFF Hibernians Attend Few Meet Ings During Lenten Season ti i 5 There Is always a marked falling off in numbers at meetings of the Hibernians during the Lenten season the members referring to attend church services that are held weekly For that reason theresmany vacant chairs when President Tynan opened the meeting of- ivision 1 Tuesday night But those present nevertheless dispatched quite an amount of business The application R James J Sheehan was reported favorably and Chairman Pat Liston reported Mike McGillicuddy still sick James Quinn was also reported ill Mark Ryan who has so ably filled the office of Recording Secretary for nearly two years tendered his resignation which was accepted with regret Secretary Ryans duties have so increased of that it would be unjust to ask him to continue in the office and hence the action taken Thomas Keenan Jr was elected for the balance of the term State President Keenan told of the work Organizer Ryan was doing In Kentucky suggested that preparations should soon begin for the trip to the national convention next July President Tynan reported the progress made for the celebration of St day He also announced the to the members to attend holy communion at St Patricks church on Sunday morning March 13 and expressed the hope that every member of CountyPresIdentesting talk and gave excellent advice increasing the membership SPECIAL MEETING Miss Mayme Kiely President of Trill ca1edITuesdaynlxht streetIofihe utmost Importance the attend ance of every member is earnestly requested u cI Nrl ITO Y IRISII AMl3iIZIcA21T KENTUCKY IRISH flMERKM Devoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish America KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PBR YEAR 5INQLE COPY Sc entered at the Loalsvllle Postofflce as Second Class Matter 4ddutaall Comonnlcatlorutotfae KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 3Z6 Went Green Street T J1OUcIL LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY FEBRUARY 27 1904 SLAUGHTER OF STATESMEN Under the above head the Rev Father Phelan the able editor of the Western Watchman gives exI presaion to thoughts on current I subjects that are worthy the most careful study Our foremost pub lie men he says are dropping into the grave before their time They I are simply working themselves to death The whole world is in con vulsion and a dozen men control the awful play of its titantic forces j The exPremier of Italy died ofI t daytThe exPremier of Prance is aI hopeless physical wreck Chamberlain is a dying man fwoofI the strongest men in Irish politics have been compelled toexile them selves in order to find rest for their shattered nerves The foremost politician in this country died last Monday completely broken down by political activity The storm and stress of statesmanship is be coming fatal to the public men of our day and there will have to be something like a truce of theI Devil or we shall be stripped of our great diplomats in a short while These men are ridden tto death by a double ambition Nations are in the race for commercial t supremacy and all the ambitions of the past are now bent to serve this one devouring greed of gold No one cares for military glory now Armies are now advanced Idagents of commercial thrift TheI arts and sciences are sent to the kitchen and will be rated hereafter only on their qualities as bread winners Politics is freebootery pure and simple England and France have been carving India and China and the other nationsi now have their knife in hand Thei present war in the East is a row over the four severed quarters of the Chinese Empire England wants Japan to hold one quarterf to keep Russia from seizing it Russias ambition is now in the East which she would transform into a Russian East The stake is the most tremendous ever playedl for since the days of Warren Hast ings The amount of cash already staked in the game would more than wipe out all the national debtsI of Europe A halfdozen men con trol the game and shuffle the cards c It is difficult to predict the out come If Russia crushes JapanI England must take a hand in the melee In that event France is pledged to come to the assistance of her ally That would mean the speedy overthrow of England un less she can win over Germany to her side That would set fire to the Balkan states and Austria would be compelled to draw the sword to protect her possessions Then would the world see the Jong predicted long dreaded generali European war These awful interests are enough- to upset the minds of those to whom they are confided Our poor brains can stand just so much tension and no more We can not measure our endurance by the individual achievements of the past for the simple reason that such aw ful issues were never before known in the history of mankind We should be thankful that no possible turn of events can draw us D into the difficulty The powers of Europe do not want our interfer epee and there is nothing likely to occur that will make it imperative e We have our island possessions over there which no nation nofeven Spain begrudges us The Philippines arenot likely soon to fe if international contention It is of notconsequence to us as a nation who shall rule in Korea and the sight of a dismembered China could not awaken in our national soul any dream of conquest Our interests are all in the New World and if events in the East should so shape themselves that our neutrality would become essential to the preservation of Englands Eastern Empire we might make a bluff that would win for us Canada But this butchering of hundreds- of thousands of men to satisfy the covetousness ofa few statesmen is abhorrent to all correct ideas of Christian civilization We have shed tears over the cruelty and i tyranny oT Spain in wresting Mex jico and South America which sheII discovered from the possession of the peaceful aborigines We sometimes in a fit of political sentimentality j bemoan the sad lot of our Indian tribes slowly driven to the setting sun But the aborigines were heathens and did not make iintelligent use of the magnificent continent they occupied But the present war and those that may grow out of it are waged upon peaceful people who are tilling the soil and getting more out of it than any other people could do or have elsewhere done There is abso- lutelyi no excuse for the bloodshed jbut greedbrutal abominable greed After all it may be a judgment of God that the leaders in the war of interests are first made to die The Water Company plant be 1longs to the city of Louisvifie and under po circumstances should it be sold It would be only a matter of some years until the city would 1 have paid back in water rents the amount of the purchase price and all the time our citizens would be at the mercy of some great corpora tion Let the city keep and add to what it has State Senator Campbell Cantrill who introduced the bill in the Legislature may know something about legislation needed for country districts but he has certainly demonstrated his igno ranee of the affairs of a city the size of Louisville Otherwise he has simply made a fool of himself Russia has always stood the friend of the United States Eng land has been our traditional enemy Americans should never for get what both countries did during the civil war Read the history of that period and the friends of Eng land will be few Daily it becomes more apparent that Japan is but the catspaw of our old enemy and therefore in the present war our influence shold be for Russia the country that stood by us when the day was dark and the path long and dreary Anyway dont let us play Englands game in this matter Japans total force on a peace footing numbers 193790 that of Russia 1029842 The total available reserve of the former is 7374 400 while that of Russia reaches 21300000 And now comes Dr Averdick of Covington with a bill for the sale of the Louisville water works causing many to ask What does the Doe know about water any how LOOK OUT FOR THEM Jew Albany Irishmen are looking forward with unusual interest to the meet lug of the Hibernians of that city on March 10 Soinrj time ago paraphernalia wss ordered for the degree team and this j has now arrived It ia 8i1to surpass any ever two In the Patio CRles Ar deexempU6will doubUeaaa attract a llarge gathering 0 no 0- k SOCIETY Misses Mary Lyden and Mary King left Monday for a visit to friends in New Orleans Miss Beezie Hannan left Wednesday for a two weeks trip to New York and the East Miss Mary C Davis has been the guestI of Dr and Mrs William Turner at Bowl- Ing Green Miss Josephine Behrman of Covington i is expected to arrive today to visit Mrs Everitt Fox Miss Agnes Tobin of Bowling Green jhas been having a delightful visit withI relatives in tbk dty Miss Lily Clatiotti has been spending a few days at Salem Ind the guest of Mrs Bert McGowan Miss Margaret Duffy entertained her embroidery club Thursday afternoon at her home in Portland Mrs P L OBrien who arrived last week to visit friends here has returned to her home at Greenville Miss Minnie Brown has returned to her home at ElIzabethtown after a pleasant visit with her aunt Mrs B Carter P J Hanlon prominent in the tobacco world has been spending the inclement season at the Florida winter resorts Thomas J Batman and his amiable wife are among those from this city registered at the new West Baden Springs Hotel John Grunel a well known marble cutter of Owensboro is the guest of his sister Mrs George Grainger 349 Nineteenth street Little Miss Hallie May Harrig is home from Leltchfield after a most enjoyable visit with her grandmother Mrs Eliza beth Larkin George Cuscaden and daughter Miss Stella will arrive home today from West Baden Springs where they went for a rest of ten days Thomas Fitzgerald a prominent resident of Kentland Ind has been visiting his brother Charles Fitzgerald the New Albany attorney Mrs M A Wathen who spent last week as a member ofa house party at Lebanon returned to her home in this city last Monday Leu Riley the watchful Captain of the No 18 engine company returned to his post Friday morning after a weeks jillness of the grip Mrs Charles Young who arrived here jlast week to visit her parents Mr and Mrs Will Nicholls has returned to her home at Bardstown Mrs Mary Dermody who has been ill at her home in South Louisville with the grip is greatly improved and may be ablej to be out in a few days Misses Katie Murphy and Anabel Cur tin and Master Philip Curtin arrived home Monday from a trip to New Orleansi and other Southern cities After an attack of grip that confined him to his home in Beechmont nearly two weeks Frank McKernans frienas are glad to see him out again Noble Clarks host of friends are glad to see him out again after an illness that confined him for several weeks to his home 2306 West Chestnut street Messrs Phil Hollenbach Aug Hollen bach Casper Hammer and Jacob Am broslus have been to West Baden Springs for a season of rest andrecreation E A Guilfoyle the popular Market street tailor arrived home this week from an extended and successful business trip through Tennessee and Arkansas The Current Events Club met this week at the home of Mrs J H Duffy in Jeffersonville The evening was among the most pleasant of the entire winter The many friends of Mrs William T Meehan will rejoice to learn that she has almost entirely recovered from an attack of the grip that confined her to her home for two weeks The many friends of Mrs Sophia Kraft the venerable mother of Edward Kraft will rejoice to learn that she is again able to leave her room after an illness that at one time was very critical Col Mike Scott the well known con tracting bricklayer who has been suffer- Ing nervous troubles that confined him to his home for the past three months is again able to be out to the great relief of his family and many friends The Eight to Eight Club will be enter tamped next by Miss Gertrude Speaker at her home 624 East Ormsby avenue onI Tuesday March 8 The club was lastl entertained at cards by Miss Joe Roberts and the prize a beautiful fan was won by Miss Mayme OHearn Mrs Henry A Kraft the amiable wife of the well known butcher and banker lies very ill at the family residence onI Hamilton avenue This popular lady was stricken three weeks ago but withI careful attention her friends and relativesI hope for her speedy recovery Misses Mamie Brennan Ella Mannix Virginia and Blanche McGrath Minnie Collins Marie Janie and Ida Mackey- are home after a delightful visit to New Orleans and the Mardi Gras carnival The young ladiea were chaperoned by James Welsh and his charming wife James M Keating for the pat year In the employl of the Government atl Savannah baa returned bone for an iu definite Uy owing to the prevalent of malari where the Government improver U i ments are being made He will remain here until his health is fully restored j Dr Alphonse R Bizot the well known and successful young physician has reached Cuba where he will spend two weeks in rest and recreation His duties during the past winter have been very arduous and it was only by leaving the city that he would have a chance to recuperate Charles Raidy arrived home Wednesday with his sister and mother from New Orleans where they spent ten days as the guests of the Rev Father Ryan rector of St Stephens church and visited other relatives They participated in all the Mardi Gras festivities and had a delightful time Capt Thomas Maher of the local detective force lhaves Monday and will spend a well earned vacation at Hot Springs Chairman Harry Brennan of the Board of Safety and Charles Dehler will follow the latter part of the week and the three expect to have a jolly time as well as good rest J F WagnerrSr the popular head of the well known firm of JJ F Wagner Sons the largest contracting roofers and tinners in Kentucky is again able to assume the direction of his immense business after a weeks illness of the grip This will be welcome news to both his friends and patrons Miss Hannah Muldoon the accom plished and attractive daughter of Col Mike Muldoon will leave for Naples about the middle of March to meet her sister Miss Anita Muldoon and Miss Hilliardwho have been in Italy for two months The young ladies will remain abroad the rest of this year Miss Frances Newman the pretty daughter of Colcott Newman returned the first of the week from a pleasant visit to New Orleans where she witnessed the jMardi Gras festivities and attracted much attention She was with a jolly party composed of Street Supervisor Ben Du Barry and wife Mrs R L Clark and Miss Mamie Du Barry Mr and Mrs Edwin Doyle are today celebrating the golden jubilee of their happy married life With their children and grandchildren they will attend a nuptial high mass at St Pauls church and approach the holy sacrament in thanksgiving for the many blessings God has bestowed upon them Six children and fourteen grandchildren will participate in the joyous event and the happy old couple will oe the recipients of many j happy remembrances The children are Mrs David OConnell Steve Doyle with the Southern railway Conductor Edward jDoyle of the Louisville and Nashville Mrs Mike Hannan and Misses Kate and Annie Doyle The celebrants are of good old Irish Catholic stock and to know them is to respect them A double interest attaches to the day as it is the twentysixth anniversary of the marriage- of Mr and Mrs David OConnell CONSISTENT NATIONALIST We deeplyregret to have to announce the death of Mr J c Blake which took place after a brief illness With his demise Cork loses one of its most promi nent and wellknown citizens and one who held a leading position in the sollc jitors profession for over forty years Throughout his long and useful life Mr jBlake enjoyed the esteem of his fellow citizens in no ordinary degree His name was synonomous for all that is honorable and good in a profession In which he took much pride He was a strenuous and consistent Nationalist all1 his life and no man bad a greater dis dain for the petty and contemptible efforts that were made from time to time by the party of ascendancy and a few off their Catholic slavish imitators to assert their superiority which they believed In herent in them MEN ARE OUT An unfortunate condition of affairs exists at the plant of the Louisville Pack ing Company For some time there has been dissatisfaction over the working of boys in the places of men with the result that the employes claim to have beeen locked out The International President of the Meat Cutters Union is here and will endeavor to adjust the trouble with Superintendent Ward Men brought from Indiana refused to go to work therefore the plant Is practically Idle The union men are conducting themselves in an orderly manner and hope to soon reach a satisfactory settle ment and return to their places SAVES WOMENS LIVES The Hannon Bros 1409 Story avenue well known young men of the East End j1 have a boon for the women of Kentucky They have secured the sole agency for the Ntneteen Hundred washing machine the greatest labor saver for women yet invented This machine Is simple and durable and can be operated by a child and besides will do all kinds of laundry work It is claimed that Its use will dispense with hard labor and save many womens lives Ladies may try the washer before buying which is a guarantee it is all that is claimed for it See the picture in our advertising col1 umnsJROB BRANCHES OUT Rob Cain one of the young men prominent In the southern part of the city has engaged in business for himself at the Twelfth and Kentucky the stand formerly occupied by Pat Howard1 He will carry a fine line of wet goods and smokers and will serve his friends and patrons with warm lunch all day Rob Isa hustling young fellow and should prove successful in his business venture AGAIN TURNED DOWN The Sisters of the Good Shepherd have Cored another victory over Burch and Smith Judge rdol1refueed to grant a newtrialoftkedi uatinf case of Hattie Moore in which the whole hostile set wen ihown tip lin thir true colon R RECORD BROKENI Grim Doaths Unwelcome Visit Leaves Homos Desolate Grim death scored his greatest victory here last week when 105 persons an swered the final summons and as many homes were left desolate None knew to what to attribute this awful death rate which Is the largest ever recorded by the Louisville Health Department unless it be the rapid and severe climatic conditions that have been prevailing Beginning late Thursday night Miss Katie Steele daughter of Michael and the late Bridget Steele just budding into womanhood was called and from that hour until Saturday night home after I home was darkened by the dread presence John Schuble a well known car- rpenter r died at 220 Friday morning leaving a wife and child to morn his loss With his father he was engaged in the building contracting business and was liked by all who knew him Next at 5 oclock in the morning Frederick Utz one of the oldest residents of the East End and a devout member of St Josephs church succumbed to the infirmities of old age at his home 621 East Washington streetWith the break of day the spirit of Miss Mary Brady the daughter of the late John and Margaret Brady and sister of Harry Brady had taken Its night She made her home at 038 West Oak street and since her girlhood had been one of the most regular attendants at thejj IDominican church where the services were held Sunday afternoon I Her death is a sad blow to her relatives for whom there Is heartfelt sympathy in their bereavement Mrs Catherine Brumleve widow of Anton Brumleve residing at 726 Clay street and Mrs Mary Pfianz mother of Jailer John R Eflanz were the next that closed long and useful lives The first named was eightyfour years and Mrs Pflanz was seventythree years of age Their funeraLtook place Monday morn isg from St Boniface and the Church of Our Lady Rev Father Conniff was the celebrant of the high mass of requiem for Mrs Pflanz and his tribute to her Christian character and exemplary life was both beautiful and impressive Then to St Anthonys parish and the soul of Louise Mary wife of George Oak leaf 2221 Griffith avenue went back to Its Creator leaving a happy home in darkest gloom and not yet was the de mand filled for Saturday afternoon Will lam Wempe the well known Thirdstreet cigar manufacturer was taken from hisI wife and six children after an illness of less than a weeks duration His funeral occurred Tuesday morning from St Boni face church and was largely attended The foregoing is by no means a com plete list for the two days There were few churches but that had had funerals and all undertakers were taxed to render the necessary services During the next few weeks young and old should take great care of themselves and then we may hope for a decrease in the terrible death rate GIVE YOUR BEST The best lesson In culture is to learn to give the best that is in us under all circumstances He who is master of himself will be able to command his powers at all times No matter how distracting his surroundings how unfortunate the condi tions under which he works he will be able to focus his powers completely and to marshal them with certainty If things go hard with the selftempered man he will be able to trample upon difficulties and to use his stumblingblocks as step pingstones If a great misfortune over takes him he will simply use it as a starting point for a new departure a turning point for a more determined en deavor He may even be weighed down with sorrow or suffering under discour agement but he always starts anew with redoubled determination to do the thing he has set his heart upon The power of the selfsubjection of a determined soul is almost incredible Imprison him and he writes Pilgrims Progress deprive him of his eyesight and he creates a Paradise Lost GIRLS AND THE AGED There is nothing so pretty In the man ner of a young girl as courteous behavior toward the aged It Is often noticeable that a young girl will slight a remark made to her by an elderly woman to listen animatedly to a giddy girl of her age How often too Is the elderly guest entirely neglected by the younger members of the family she may visit A little attention from the young Is much appreciated by the elderly and U is easy to give at least a deferential manner U Is generally wisdoms part to defer to the opinions of the old Wisdom is gained through experience and the aged with their long life of experience should have good advice to offer and words of wisdom ever on their lips Girls be courteou ever but have a particular deference to the old ENTERTAINING THE CHILDREN I The instinct of hospitality should be cultivated in the little people and children as well as the older boys and girls They should occasionally be allowed to Invite a friend to luncheon or tea In the case of younger children the invitation should be a written one as mothers often decline verbal invitations of young chll dren fearing the Invitations are extended without the knowledge arid consent of the other mamma Of course the regular invitation dinners should not take the place of the nursery entertainments the importance of which can not be overestimated but the custom of having the friends of the jpungei children as guests promotes the friendly understanding which goes for much in the way of train lug and takes Into consideration the boundea rights of the youngsters whose position M members of the family in flood and regular standing thus trecIre proper ampiwia l r2 e 1 Investments in Clothing at Slaughter Sale Prices Pay Good Dividends- The End of Season Sale at TtiG BIO STORE gives everybody a chance to invest in garments in styles that prevail this season and NEXT season and for several seasons to come and bring enormous returns and general satisfaction Dont miss this chance THE BIG STOREMILTON M MARBLESTONE CO and WestII FE w nwwrw wwnwvwswwwnUG J DURABLE PIOUR ASTERIIJ We guarautee DIAMOND WALL conI1tractorsKENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO 3 i ProprietorsiManufactures Diamond Wall Plaster Campbells Cement Louisville Wood Fiber Plaster Campbells Wainscoting Finish In any color and Powdered Lime Both Phones2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky JA1b+ + + + + ffMMHUHMU Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCa- rriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 810 t t t t t tt t t t H + + + + H H + 1 1 DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN I IUNDEI 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth Thirteenth DOTE TEPHO1KaS 12SO All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Oar riages Furnished for All Occasions D Dougherty Home Telephone 2916 I H 1 I 1 StIitIIH1iiH i HTHIIIII IHH HHH H HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 CT J BARRETT7 FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 1 838 EAST 11 AIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT H r I rIIH +11 HH 1uJHHi I HI I H IHHI I HulIIf f I xSSKS 8K8xS s s L D BAX I Funeral Director and Embalmer TETiuwxo1KIC aaeo Carriages For All Occasions 700 E CHESTNUT ST jj xS J 3 S S S J3 VARIABLE ROUTES TO FLORIDA In addition to the numerous facilities provided for the comfort and pleasure of Florida travelers the Southern railway and Queen Crescent route have this year added a new and attractive feature in the form of a variable route tourist ticket by means of which at a slightly additional expense the going trip mayjbe made by way of Chattanooga Atlanta and Macon and the return trip via Savan nah Columbia Asheville Hot Springs and Knoxville or vice versa Including stop off if desired at all of these and other points so that a passenger may visit Lookout Mountain the beautiful Sapphire country the Land of the Sky and the principal commercial centers and tourist resorts en route The Florida composed of through Pullmandrawin sleepers composite car end diningcare leaves Cincinnati every evening except Sunday via the Queen Crescent route A handsome observation sleeper leaving Louis ville at 7 attached to the special Lexingtonand this train then runs through solid via Southern rail way from Chattanooga to Jacksonville and St Augustine arriving at 930 i next I and respectively the evening making connection at Jackson ville for Interior Florida points The Florida limited leaves morning the year round via the Queen Crescent route connecting at Lexington with the Southern railway trains from Louisville This train solid to Jacksonville and St Augustine via Southern railway from nooga carrying steeping cars observation and dining car arriving at 045ama- nd 1110 a m respectively The Queen Crescent special leaving Cincinnati every evening carries a Southernthrough fromHarrimanirailway Junction tluoufh sMeviilet UwLMd of the Sky D i rA 424 to 434 Market St Fourth that Plaster and at sx3xs at also Chatta The 1000 Washer makes washday a pleasant one It SAVES WOMENS LIVES Do not rub your clothes to pieces and your life away over an old washboard any longer This machine is so simple and durable that it will not get out of order so easy of action that a child can operate it so effective in its work that it- will wash any garment clean without boiling without scrubbing without the least wear or tear and without the use of destructive chemicals with nothing but soap and water It washes the finesttfabrics surplices albs altar fume lace curtains a specialty without breaking a thread button etc Try a Nineteen Hundred Washer and you will be convinced that it is all we claim for it You can try it before you buy it Wringers that will last a lifetime made by the same firm f1A ftOft t3 OS 90XJS AGENTS s 1462 STORY AVENUE and Savanqah This train slso connects JoulsvllleForX H Hungerford District Puaeagtr Ageat 380 FoKrthtveatM LowUville fy E as r 1 tip z 1 c WMw I 1 NTUOKY IRISH AMERICAN 1 TtlJy iriH JJ1ERIF1J4se et- lE 1- WO IibS FAI gFIItItOT HAS I VOTE FOR t ADDRESS SIGNED Saturday Feb 27 1904 C flO X00 t8 DHnu I aDHDHDUDUDHZ IEIIfF IDH EI I MUIOOO MOnun16nt GOlliflililil I DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS i OFII1 ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND B I rtonumentsI I IIArtlstlo Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy g WAREROOMSe 322 to 32B WEST GREEN STREET I I IEE I I ftDftDftIZ4DRU SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE e IDIlIunPOu t R41IY In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR I 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 STATIONERS TheBrsilleyGiWCo IRCOavoaeTanEBlank Boot fmr Box Manufacturers BiKiER ItepMStnlatMtt f the Hammond Typewriter for Kentucky Typewrite AapnfesRibbonsetcloreichlnesi OOKCore Third and Green Sts LOUISViLLE KY OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGE Louis Wabnitz Co Proprietors STOHIclatlnrI fPETER M ANDRmI 880N3 WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST OREEN ST BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago F AND AIA POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN Cleveland Buffalo New York BostonA- ND 1 ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished on BIPourto R S J Gates Genl Agent Passenger Att I Louisville K- yUhinois Central Railroad WINTER TOURIST TICKETS Now on sale to ORLEANS LA and other points SPRINGSIARKonlvtlne l Louisville to California New MeXICO Arizona and Texas Foe Information u to tickets rates connections etc call on or addressa W jKcBridc a PA Fourth sadiiark ot it rJI Hwiow D FA Loatarilk r c WzAC7TULBY S Week Commencing Monday Feb 29 ENGLISH GRANDOPERA COMPANY Matinees Wednesday and Saturday BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY FEB 23 Matinees Sands Monday Wednesday Saturday ROBIES BIG SH- OWKnickerbocker Burlesquers Reid and Gilbert the juggling Normans Hawthorne and Hurt the Amatos the Knickerbocker Quartette and that inimi table comedian Prank Finney NORTH STARRE- FRIGERATORS Solid hardwood extra well constructed with cork filling and asbestos lining ALWAYS GIVES SATISF- ACTIONGEHERSON 217 Market St near Second 1I31TY YOUR WALL PAPER NO22 Nice aersrFull Rolls an S and 6c per r- ollRflCULLEY L Home Phone 6225 1383lthSr nea- rOakCARRIAGES FOR Weddings FuneralsPartiesPHONES 554 ANDY WEPLER Fifth and Green Street Livery Stable Rubber Tire Carriage and Ceases att slUbo n1tyocHitbu J u i 1 M HlmmIlIlIBammI- tt SPEAKING OF IJ mmllmilflJUammmMMMImMMm JOB PRINTING IGIVE US A TRIAL ORDER Rii I Dance Invitations Wedding Invitations INote and Bill Heads Tickets Dodgers Etc HOIVI3S PIiO1HID ago Kentucky Irish American IOSO VEST ORBJ13J2V TT3277iI73 i1 l1SY S lNXkCNI NNYl1NY1l S11XY NISNlC7l11IXl7l 1NNHNNYB 4Nl RECENT DEATHS Jeremiah Riordan aged sixtysix died Thursday morning at the residence of his daughter Mrs Daniel Lchan 1411 Twentieth street after a two weeks ill ness of grip Deceased was a native of Ireland but for many years was a respected resident of this city His funeral takes place from the Sacred Heart church this morning Miss Nannie Griffin died Tuesday morning at her home 016 Fifth street after an illness of three weeks of typhoid fever She was a daughter of the late Owen and Mary Griffin and was held in high esteem among her wide circle of acquaintances Three brothers and two sisters suryive her The funeral services were held Thursday morning at St Louis Bertrands church =Tuesday afternoon Miss Hannah Kearns fell a victim to pneumonia after an ill ness of two weeks at her home 1008 Twenty second street She was the eld est daughter of Mrs Mary Kearns and was a young woman of many excellent traits of character Besides her mother she leaves three sisters Misses Mollie Julia and Katie Kearns Her funeral took place Thursday morning Rev Father Raffo conducting the sad obse quies at St Charles Borromeo church A long line of sorrowing friends followed the remains to their last resting place Stephen Beyer an aged and highly esteemed resident of the West End for some years engaged in the grocery busi ness at Twentyfirst and Portlund avenue died Tuesday afternoon after an illness of less than two days Besides his wife wbo has been ill for some time past he leaves seven children three girls and four boysr all grown When the end came Mr Beyer was surrounded by the members of his family His funeral oc curred Thursday morning from St Anthonys church Rev Father Leo being the celebrant of the solemn mass of requiem Seldom is death so generally regretted as that of Mrs Bridget Nagle mother of Sister Rufina of Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital which occurred early Thursday morning at her home 536 West Walnut street Death was caused by illness superinduced by her advanced age and her suffering was borne with patience and fortitude characteristic of a truly Christian life Strengthened by the rites of the church to which she was ever faithful and in the presence of dear ones she passed away in contentment at peace with the world and with God The funeral takes place this morning from the Cathedral HOUSEHOLD HINTS Pancakes should be cooked very quickly if they are to be crisp Aprons made of large Turkish towels make good aprons for wear when bathing a baby Fruit and vegetables should be care fully washed before they are eaten as they often harbor microbes Bacon should be sliced very thin and fried only long enough to become trans parent Drain and serve Immediately A custard pudding is more delicate if steamed rather than baked Fifteen minutes is sufficient to steam a cup of custardDont boil any meat or vegetables rapidly Simmer Is the word for good boiling else the outside is overcooked and the inside is raw To prevent a grate from warping keep the as pan clear of ashes and hot coals As soon as the ashes are shaken down they should be removed from the pan Purchasing cheap furniture is an ex travagance It iis much more economical to buy one article at a time if necessary but select furniture that is well made Yolks of eggs maybe boiled separately by dropping carefully into boiling water and cooking until hard The whites may thus be saved for Icings meringues and other uses Ripe fruit is delicious as a garnish to meat Cut round slices from ripe firm bananas fry in butter and lay a few on topand around a broiled steak as it goes to the table- Nothing is so satisfactory for cleanin furniture as a chamois It should be wrung out of water as dry as possible and it will clean the most delicate furni ture without leaving stieaks Hashes of cold meat if made in a cjilaa dish or basin in the oven will always be found much nicer than when made in a boilingbeforethe When mending broken furniture or ornaments of anyklnd use flub glue Rub it on the broken edge then rub them well together several times before placing them In theft proper position This is a of furniture mending which lew t1MCfflt DUn r t mmmm II Ii QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Lead in quality style reputation and merit Universally acknowledged to be STANDARD OF EXCE- LLENCEGEHERSON 217 Market St near Second AVENUE THEATER Locks Out Its Louisville Union Musicians and Substitutes an Imported Scab band All friends of and sympathizers with Unions are respectfully requested to withhold their patronage from this theater until further notice from the American Federation of Musicians LOCAL No 11 IRISH 8SOCIETYDIRECTORYR A O XX DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan Vice PresidentJoseph W Dougherty Recording SecretaryMarkRyan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank street- TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on thePridayEyenlrigofEach President Con J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording Secretary Edward J Kei ran Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keirau f DIVISION Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Mouth PresidentThomas Quinn Vice PresidentJoseph Cooney Recording SecretaryPatrick WelSh Financial SecretaryWilliam Burns 807 Twentythird street- TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmsPat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets onthe Second andFourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerJohn P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEPFKRSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County President John Kenney County Vice PresldenlJB Murphy PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial Secretary Thos OHern Treasurer Martin Gos- sSentinelAlphonso Constantine SergeantatArmsMlchael Noon Y jvr i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twenty sbcth Street PresidentJames Shelley First Vice PresidentHugh J Hig ginsSecond Vice President Fred Herp Recording Secretary Frank Adams Financial SecretaryDan Weber 2648 St Cecilia street- Corresponding j Secretary Frank P BurkeTreasurerPrank F Murphy Marshal George F Simonia Inside SentinelFrank Lanahan Outside SentinelJohn Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street President Eugene J Cooney First Vice President J L Cnnniffe Second Vice PresidentJoseph F BelL Recording SecretaryEmil E Mouth Corresponding SecretaryArthur C LauerFinancial Secretary Robert G Goe bel GastgMarshal M F Morris Inside Sentinel Jacob Pfalter Outside Sentinel M F Ziegler PENNY DINNERS The peuny dinner movement in the initiation of which the Most Rev Dr Sheehan Bishop of Waterford took a practical and leading part Is working out admirably and promises to be a great SUCCCM On the first day dinners were served to over eighty Tj thoeein very poor circumstances the project ia a de aided boos and they are load in their praise of th thoughtf uluw of the pro zaoten a 0- J I t HINTS ON STYLE Ribbon trimming assumes more and more importance in the fashion scheme as summer approaches and the manu facturers have certainly risen to meet the emergencyScallops and points are still greatly liked and there are many trimming devices giving these effects The most admired is the buttonholed edge with broderie anglaise above it The very coarse mesh linens noted are sound not only in plain weaves but also sprinkled over with dots or boucle de signs and the bordered linens are among the most attractive of the seasons linen offeringsOn foulards if dots do not tell the whole story they help to make a back ground for the design The newest pon gees which by the way come in the loveliest of tones and texture and will be much used are dotted usually in self colorThe striped effect are numerous and among the most attractive of the dimities and gauzes are those in which a delicate vine of tiny leaves and blossoms form a narrow stripe alternating with a broader stripe of pin point black dots upon awhile surface The dot has always been popular but in the early spring showing it is epidemic Cottons wools and silks have woven dots in the ground color of the fabric or in contrasting color Heavy stuffs have lacelike woven dots sheer stuffs have heavy rough dots The bordered linens are chiefly in the crash and canvas weaves although some of the silky close woven linens show borders and the border may take the form of a geometrical design a convene tionalized scroll or flower or merely an arrangement of graduated dots The voiles or veilings run through many grades of fineness though there is a tendency to limit the name voile to the fine sheer weaves and to dub the coarser weaves canvas Coarse and fine weaves are equally popular the former being especially fancied for street suits White linen in all weaves and of all qualities is selling rapidly and all the natural wool and ecru shades down to a warm buff are largely in demand Gray linens usually combined with white are apparently much fancied and the dull blues and greens are always liked Of the new wool stuffs and the cotton and wool mixtures each week holds its revelations this season The voile class unquestionably leads the field and the chances are that despite the charm of the material we shall be heartily tired of it before the summer season is over Braiding is apparently to have an extraordinary vogue and the raised pad ded embroideries are the ne plus ultras of expensive modishness These embroid eries are by the way imitated in applique trimming with surprising success but the applique does not approach the real thing in chicnor in cost The new liberty gauzes are triumphs of art and beauty and have the additional merit of being more durable than most of the materials equally sheer As for mercerized cotton gauzes cotton and silk gauzes there is no end of the van ations in quality color and deslgp and the prices too run a wide gamut The shops are full of these ruchings and frillings in mousseline liberty gauze etc and many of the examples show a tiny edging of gold or silver lace but while these may be usedeffectively they need careful handling and have by no means the freshness and charm of the exquisitely fine lingerie ruche ESMONDE APPOINTED Sir Thomas Grattan Esmonde M P has been appointed Vice President of the Catholic Truth Society of Ireland in suc cession to the late Count Moore HIBERNIAN AUXILIARY Every member of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians is expected at the meeting next Wednesday night when the first exemplification of the degree work will probably take place The ladies ef the degree team are only waiting the arrival of the new robes which have been promised for that date They will also consider the suggestion of giving an entertainment after Lent and arrange for their part in the coming reception to be tendered Miss Maud Mac CarthyA Auxiliary baa been organized at Southington Conn The trouble with nutshell wisdom iis that it is taster to get in than to takeout 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education in the country Michael OKeeffe Executive Sanitary Officer was appointed as Clerk of the Cork Port Sanitary Authority Dr P J OBrien was appointed principal port medical officer William Duffy member of Parliament for South Galway has placed his resignation in the hands of the Chairman of the Irish Parliamentary party No reason was given for his action At the meeting of the Central Council of the Land and Labor Association held at Limerick Junction J J Shee M P was reelected Secretary and Kendal E OBrien M P Treasurer Denis Murphy a well known cattl dealer of Newmarket and Margaret Sheehan daughter of Patrick Sheehan of Kanturk were married in the parish church at Coolclough by the Rev Father CaseyThe dead body of John Foley a mem ber of the Dublin Metropolitan police was discovered in a pond situated in the Furry Glen Phoenix Park A verdict of death from asphyxia was returned at the inquestThe interment took place at Limerick recently of a Mrs Kelly of Lower Gerald Griffith street who had attained the remarkable age of 107 years The deceased enjoyed the full possession of her facul ties up to her demise With nuptial mass and the Rev James Vaughan officiating Patrick OBrien of the Royal Irish Constabulary and Katie Dundon eldest daughter of Thomas Dundon were united in marriage at Kildysart County Clare The Baudon Town Commissioners have passed a resolution urging that the question of University education for this country should be considered and dealt with during the present session of Parlia ment The board also passed a resolu tion asking that the unappropriated por tion of the equivalent grant should be devoted to the improvement of primary education in Ireland The tenants on the OGrady estate at Ballybeby against whom ejectments had been obtained have beet served with caretakers notices Efforts have been made for considerable time to arrive at a satisfactory purchase settlement but the latest proceedings on the part of the landlord indicate an intention of bringing matters to extremes unless an immediate settlemeui bearrived at Destructive floods are reported from East Kerry A violent storm and heavy downpour of rain prevailed over the Brosna Castleisland and other districts s welling rivers to an abnormal size and submerging valleys and lowlands so as to resemble lakes thereby entailing great damage to tillage and agricultural Iqnds The spring promises to be the latest in the memory of the present generation A young fellow named James Carland was out for a shot in the forenoon at Loughlisisland near Downpatrick and hid his gun in a ditch on hearing a man coming Shortly afterward he pulled the gun out by the muzzle and the trig ger catching in the bramble the gun was discharged the contents lodging in the left side and blowing the left leg away Poor Carland lingered till evening and then expired The demise of John D Denueby a highly respected and deeply regretted gentleman of Millatreet which occurred aftera brief illness was the occasion of a remarkable display of sympathy on the part of the townspeople The solemn I I requiem mace was celebrated in the pariah church by the Rev Fatfatr Burke l r NEW ARRIVALS IN Carpets Mattings Linoleums Rugs and Oil ClothsI Squares Lace Cur tains Draperies Portiers Etc ON THE THIRD FLOOR This seasons collection surpasses all previous assortments and was attended by large numbers from Knocknagoshel Rathmore Knockna = gree Cullen Macroom and Carregan immaNews of a terrible tragedy the deed of an insane man comes from Tuam It appears that a man named McDermott living at Forty Acres close to Williams town County Galway finding a little girl a remote connection of his of the same namf in his garden deliberately cut her throat and threw her into a well where the dead body was subsequently found the neck being broken The girl was about fifteen years of age The in sane man was brought before the Magis trates and remanded on the charge of murder James Hoare a young man of the laboring class aged twentyfour years was found sitting on a block of timber in Agars lane at Cashel and the attention of the police being called to him he was found to be in a very weak condition and the services of Dr R Cusack were requi sitlonedHavingexaminedhimthedoctorordered hospital He was at once conveyed there by a numberbf young men but died in about two hours after his admission The Coroners jury returned a verdict of death from heart disease accelerated by ex posureA occurrence has just taken place postmanenamed DanEgan met his death under dreadful circumstances It was his duty to convey to the apparatus a short dis tance from the railway station the mails to be taken by the train from Cork to Dublin The evening was very dark and stormy and Egan was unfortunately a few minutes late and before he could reach the apparatus the train rushed upon him The head was severed from the body and he was mangled so much that he was almost beyond recognition An hour afterward one of the assistants in the postoffice named James Macbeth went in search of the postman and discovered the poor fellow with his clothes torn off andscattered in different directions Egan had twentyseven years service as postman and was very popular GREAT COMPOSER DEAD Prof William F Pecher considered one of the greatest authorities in America on Catholic church music and the composer of several masses and vesper serv ices died Tuesday at his home at Norris town N J at the age of sixtysix For many years Prof Pecher had been the organist of St Patricks Cathedral New York City MACAULEYS Monday night Henry Savages Grand Company the greatest English singing organization in the world begins a weeks opera festival at Macauleys Theater The company is an immense one requiring 110 persons on the stage and an orchestra of forty musicians Its brilliant repertorie consists of Verdis world famed Othello Bizets brilliant Spanish opera Carmen Wagners sub time Tannbauser and Gounods im mortal Faust That the worlds greatest masterpieces in grand opera pre sented by the greatest English singers may be with the reach of all classes of music lovers there will be no advance but the regular Macauley prices will pre vail BUCKINGHAM I Robies big show known as the Knick erbocker Burlesquers comes next to the Buckingham for a weeks engagement with the usual matinees Besides two inimitable burlesques there will be a great olio introducing the popular come dian Frank Fiuney and a number of leading lights of the vaudeville stage The stage setting and scenic novelties are original and brilliant and may surpass any seen here this season- MASONIC THEATER Mason and Mason two well known German comedians will be at the Masonic Theater next week in their new musical succese Rudolph and Adolph In this merry farce the eccentric pair are surxeonIand a ladies and are said to beat Use but J tl1fl or 1 i 25cPer yard selected fora stock of pretty oxfords 119 forCcraze in veils 29ci For Ladies Golf Gloves that usually sold for 50cOc For Ladies black finger ed cashmere gloves worth5oc OO o HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The Hibernian Knights will soon be organized in St Paul Minn Providence Hibernians will have a grand celebration of St Patricks day Two more new divisions in Minnesota are reported by the Minneapolis Irish StandardDivision 3 of Hartford Conn is the proud possessor of 6200 in the treasury and a membership of 320 The Hibernians of Waterbury Conn will hold a union fair in the City Hall to raise funds to erect a monument in St Josephs cemetery The Hibernians of Salem Mass have secured the Town Hall for St Patricks day and in the evening will present the drama The Irish Agent Division 3 of Worcester disbursed iin 1903 1200 in sick and death benefits The receipts exceeded that sum There is a balance of 6000 in the treasury Any one wishing to go to the national1 convention and Worlds Fair free should enter our voting contest All have an excellent chance to win the great prize Boston Hibernians alone will turn outt 7000 men in the St Patricks day parade Tile other societies participating willi1 swell tbe number in line to at least 15000 Notwithstanding 17000 was paid out of the Minnesota Hibernian life insurance fund during the last quarter of 1003 41000 still remained in the beneficiary fundA feature of last Sundays meeting of Division 2 of Minneapolis was the draw ing for a button emblem of the order Every member attending was given a chanceThe members of the Ladies Auxiliary of St Louis will act as a committee t entertain visiting sisters at the Worlds Fair They are making elaborate prepa rations for the benefit of visiting sisters The Ancient Order of Hibernians will held the fort at the Worlds Fair on Thursday July 21 And such a as will be made that day will not be re peated during the lives of the present generationThe divisions of Springfield Mass will probably soon all be housed in one building Early in the year six Irish societies came to a mutual under standing and now only one division remains out of the union At a largely attended meeting of the Milwaukee division resolutions were unanimously adopted expressing the hope that the American people will not take sides with Japan in the present war as Russia has been our traditional friend At a special meeting of the Bristol County Board held at Fall River Mass the officers of the Second Hibernian regiment presented Col John McCarty with a sword Rev Father Timothy Sweeney County Chaplain made the presentation speech- A division of the Ladies Auxiliary was recently instituted in Willimantic Conn with a charter list of over 300 members The exercises occupied the greater por tion of a day After the Institution of the new auxiliary an adjournment was held to a hoteX where magnificent colla tion was partaken of Literary exercises songs and speeches occupied the remainder of the day- Worcester county and the State of Massachusetts have sustained a great loss in the death of the beloved chaplain Rev John F Redican Always an in terested member of the order with a watchful eye over his peoples welfare a constant contributor to charities one of the sounders of the beautiful temple of Hlbernianism in the city of Worcester the donor of the Celtic cross in the Hiber nian lot in St Johns cemetery with a kindly cheering nature a warns hand clasp a happy smile and an intense devo tion to Irelands cause marks the passing away of one whom to know was to love and the Worcester county members feeII calve the sympathy of their brother mem j tws ia their lid 101e tad ffitcttai u t I IOO OO J Bacon Sons Market Street bet Third and Fourth I18qualityCnew spring shades 3 in wid- el For 1 I5C value lOc of 4oinch India quality I0PlainCDot Hose worth 150 wide 5qualityC I STYLISH NEW SPRINGbay after day this department is re ofbcoutlIstylesthatcolored pen dot in a variety of pretty colors 38 KflC inches wide Price per yard UU Wool Crepe de Chine in 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