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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fVV J I KENTUCKY IRIS AMERICANa J VOLUME INO 10 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 5 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTS COUNTY BOARD 11loots1 In Special Session and 0Hears EncouragingReports Pleasing Programme Arranged For St Patricks Day in OelelJrationnI L Emmet slattory Accepts Invita tion to Deliver the Address MUSICAL AND LITERARY FEATURES The Couuty Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held a well attended special meeting Monday night to hear reports from the committees arranging for the celebration of St Patricks day President Patrick Sullivan presided and eachof the four divisions was repre sented This year the celebration will not be on as extensive a scale as in some gone by owing to the fact that it was impossible to secure any of the large ers for the night of March 17 eertheless a pleasing programme is arranged one that will give entire satisfaction to all who unite with the Hibernians in doing honor to Ire lands patron saint The announcement that Emmet Slattery has accepted the invitation to deliver the principal address will be hailed with delight by the hosts of friends of that sterling young Irish American lawyer Mr Slattery is an 1orator of no mean ability and there is little doubt but that his subject will be ably and eloquently presented Upon several occasions he has addressed large meetings of the Young Mens Institute upon Catholic topics always sincere and earnest the logic of his argument giving evidence of deep thought and studyPresident Sullivan stated the purpose for which the meeting had been called and read a letter from Congressman Sherley promising his attention to the bill pending in Congress for the erection of a monument to Commodore Jack Barry father of the American navy Chlifmtn pftn rrtidme11mll meats thus far made for the celebration of St Patricks day which will take place at Liedeikranz Hall All those who had been requested to take part in the entertainment had cheerfully con sented and the committee promised a programme that would give entire satis faction It will be musical and literary in character consisting of solos duets recitations a grand chorus ana the ad dress above alluded to The price of admission was fixed at twenty five cents and tickets wilt be sold only at the door Among those on the programme will be some of our best known people there fore the people should assist in lhonoring Irelands patron saint by packing Lieder kranz Hall on the night of March 17 Secretary Pat Welsh was instructed to send special notice to every member of the order of the invitation to attend St Patricks church in a body on Sunday March 13 and there approach holy communion It is the wish of both county and division officers that every Hiber nian in Louisville respond to the invita tion and be present at the 630 mass on the morning indicated State President Keenan when called upon made quite and interesting talk on the work now being done by the order here and elsewhere He expressed him self as gratified with what he had heard and complimented the committee for their excellent report The State execu tive urged as many as could do so to attend the meeting of the Ladies Aux iliary and give the women all the encour agement possible On behalf of the committee arranging for the reception of Miss Maud MacCarthy and the concert to be given at the Auditorium on Easter Monday night he invited all present to the general meeting to be held Sunday night Messrs Joe Dougherty State Treasurer George Butler Joe McGinn and Owen Keiran were among those who took active part in the deliberations and when the adjournment was taken it was to meet again on Sunday evening March i 13 when all who will take part in the St Patricks day celebration will be there to meet the committees and receive their final instructions This last meeting will be an open one and all who desire to attend may do so The complete pro gramme for March 17 will appear in next weeks issue of the Kentucky Irish American together with the names of alllwho will take part- RELEASED FROM SUFFERING i A most beautiful Christian life was closed llast Sunday morning when Mrs it Patrick Lally residing at 2214 Portland t avenue passed to her eternal rewardtt after an illness lasting several monthsI Her life was one of faith hope and charity Deep and strong were her faith and hope but brighter and broader was her charitythat tender bye for God which shone aobeautifnlly in her love for others This proclaimed her the true Christian lady la the best sensesof the word Mrs tally was gentle and refined possessing the virtues and qualities that go to make tits perfect woman to her home she wan a Beveled wife arid loving mother Vfkile among Mr friends slie wi lovedr Ji- J 7 by all who knew her and her mSmory will ever breathe the fragrance of her sweet life ended all to soon Besides her husband the well known inspector for the Louisville Railway Company four children survive and to them we tender heartfelt sympathy The funeral took place from St Cedllas church with high mass of requiem at which there was a large attendance of mourning friends UNITED IRISH LEAGUE Sends Conor OKelly M P to Organize More Branches Conor OKelly member of Parliament for the northern division of Mayo w due tonrriye in New York yesterday to resume the work of organizing branches of the United Irish League throughout the United States This was the work so effectively begun by William Redmond and continued by Joseph Devlin a year ago OKelly is sent out at the request of the officers of the United Irish League of America who are desirous of extend ing the organization in sections of the country where it has not yet been estab lished Now that the Irish party has placed the home rule issue in the fore front of the programme and intends to make it the supreme question at the general election which is expected within a few months it is deemed necessary that the organization in the United States should be placed in the best possible position to render assistance to the Irish party and the United Irish League in Ire land The selection for the carrying out of the work is an excellent one OKelly lived in America for some years before he was elected to Parliament He was born at Claremorrjs County Mayo in 1873 and received his education in the national schools of the district and llater in Dub tin He is a newspaper man by profession and is a capable and eloquent speaker OKelly was elected a member of the Mayo County Council for the district of Claremorris in April 1899 immediately after the passage of the local government act of the preceding year Although one of the youngest if not the youngest member of the council he was made its Chairman and has acted in that capacitysince He is President of the South Mayo Executive of the United Irish League and a member of the Na tional Directory of that body He was elected member of Parliament for North Mayo at the general election of 1900 and has since been acting as one of the Secre tadastir tfieIi3slrParliamentarqpart Arrangements are being perfected by the officers of the United Irish League in America to enable him to address gather ings of his countrymen all over the United States He will probably stay a couple of months r MAN AND BOY Interesting and Instructive Lecture by Dr Michael Casper The parlors of Mackin Council were packed Monday night when President Shelley introduced Dr Mich Casper who delivered an interesting and instruc tive lecture taking for his subject Man as Father of the Boy First Illustrating the fact that parents unfortunately do not make companions of their children he spoke on the difference it would make in the child where the opposite is the course pursued Their little minds he said develop earlier than the average man gives credit for and when they begin their innocent inquiries parents should answer very carefully and always truthfully as the impressions then made were the most lasting The policy of de ceiving children is too often indulged in andwith direful results and the knowledge that later comes to boys through street corner associates is largely responsible for the physical and mental wreckage of many young men His address received very close attention throughout and was given generous ap plauseOne new member was obligatedand three applications received Clarence Zook announced that the next lecture would be given on Monday March 28 Henry Lichtefield was reported well leaving none on the sick list There was no business of public importance but after Lent it is expected the new admin istration will get down to work and stir otherimprovements JEFFERSONVILLE The Hibernians of Jeffersonville will have a big celebratson on St Patricks day A feature will be the reappearance of the Hibernian Dramatic Club present ing an Irish drama in the evening For some weeks rehearsals have been held and the company composed of well known and talented young women will give a performance that will be well worth witnessing The Jeffersonville division has generously donated the pro ceeds to the building fund of St Augus agodestroyedfor the church at Speitbs Theater the last two weeks in April GREATLY PLEASED Miss Katie Smith who removed front Louisville to Sen Francisco last year writes friends here that she U greatly pleased with the Golden Gate city She bass frneposition still delightful Mmmadinn and itsJlot likely that she will soon vWt Kentucky r rx- L 0 k ENCOURAGING y Mooting to Arrange For Oomi log of Irish Queen of Violin Indications That Hibernians Will Fill Auditorium April 4 Thomas Walsh Elected Chair man and Miss OConnoJJ ssSecretary i ANOTHER 1MEETING TOMORROW NIGHT In response to the announcement in last weeks Kentucky Irish American there was a splendid gathering at Hiber nian Hall on Sunday afternoon The assemblage was called to order by County President Patrick Sullivan who stated that the meeting had been calledby the Executive Committee having charge of the Maud MacCarthy musicale and that as nearly all the local Catholic societies had representatives present he would entertain a motion for the election of a ChairmanThomas Walsh the well known lawyer was placed in nomination by Deputy Bailiff Mike Tynan his election being unanimous Miss Ella OConnell Re cording Secretary of the Ladies Aux iliary was elected Secretary Chairman Walsh in a few well chosen words thanked those present for the honor be stowed upon him and then requested County President Sullivan to stdte the progress made by the various committees in charge of the entertainment The County President told how every thing was being arranged for the musi cale which was under the auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and for the benefit of the orphans The Auditorium had been secured tickets were being dis tributed and sold rapidly and the com mittees were meeting regularly The Executive Committee he saidwas in receipt of numerous testimonials and favorable musical criticisms of the per formauces of Miss MacCarthy and it was evident she had earned the title of Irish Queea of the Violin u+ This meeting was to arouse enthusiasm and to hear sugges tions from those present so that the IrishAmericans of this city and all others who were anxious to assist the Hibernians in raising a slim of money for the orphans could pack the Auditorium on Easter Monday night as it had never been filled before It was his opinion that the Louisville Catholics would demonstrate by their presence their appreciation of a firstclass musical entertainment The Hibernians bad the approval of the I clergy some of whom would have been present but for the afternoon services Chairman Walsh told how the enter tainment was first thought of by one of our leading clergymen that the Hiber nians had been honored by being requested to have it under their management that some of the priests were tak ing an active interest and were meeting regularly with the Executive Committee State Secretary William T Meehan the next speaker aroused considerable enthusiasm and related how it happed that Kentucky would be honored by a visit from the famous artiste He also told how she had been received in Bos ton and the reception arranged in herI honor by the Mayor and leading men andI women of that city In conclusion he urged all to take an active interest in the arrangements and to endeavor to prove it by more than filling the Auditorium and show that the Irish people have a love for music that they are glad to honor the talented young lady from the Emerald Isle and at the same time help the orphansDeputy Bailiff Mike Tynan offered some good suggestions regarding the sale of tickets for such a charitable purpose Through his official duties he comes in contact with many sad cases where chitI dren are destitute when made orphans These are turned over to the Board of Childrens Guardians and are then pre sented to the Very Rev Father Cronin who arranges for their admission to either St Thomas or St Vincents Orphan AsylumState Treasurer George Butler declared that all signs indicated a grandsuccess There was already a great demand for box and reserved seats which could be secured for the tickets now being sold Miss Maggie Coughlin one of the most active members of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order when asked for an expression of her views concerning the musicale and concert replied that never before had she attempted to make a speech but would say she had never known the Hibernians to make a failure of any work they had undertaken apd was sure they would not in this instance She thought the prices were reasonable that the entertainment would be well attended and offered the suggestion which was heartily concurred in that it would be very appropriate for the Ladies Auxiliary to arrange to entertain Miss MacCarthy while in Louisville and show herKentucky Irish hospitality The last suggestion met with much applause Mist Ella OConncll the efficient and painstaking Secretary concurred with Mi9 Coughlld slid Mid she knew the ladies of their auxiliary would assist U 1 wy la Uudrrpow r to analip Uw l i 1 affairt both a social a4d financial success Mies Lillie Callah11 the Vice Presli dent Miss Anna Rihi and others of the auxiliary were calledupon andexpressed themselves grea interested Their work will scan nirest to the Ex ecntlve CommitteeItJohn Hennessy ident of Division 4 expressed surpriseAhat there was not a larger gathering but pas glad to note that the ladies from his p rt of the city were there in large nur8 and declared he was sure Limerick tfpuld be well represented at the on Easter Mon tiaynlght AUditoJum Joe Cooney Division g- asW of matter had been thoroughly discussed that the time for words was passedj i at it was now the time for action and the sale of tickets State President Keen and Martin Cu sick who were tat in arriving were received with gene us applause Both respondedwith spi ited and cheering talks Messrs Will am C Smith Pat rick Liston Peter C sick John McCue Joe Doherty and C pt Jerry Halliban were called upon end expressed their views AH the spea ers were generously applauded and if Sue meeting lacked anything in numbers it was made up in enthusism and bind words for the orphansUpon motion the rj seting adjourned to meet tomorrow nigh j at 8 oclock and all ladies and genii men of the city are extendeda cordial 0 invitation to be present + MEETS WH FAVOR rf Movement to Organize Irish Choral Society Takes Shape l An enthusiastic me sting of the Ladies Auxiliary of the Aocjj nt Order of Hiberm fans was held Wednesday night Miss Mary Cavanaugh pre siding The move ment to organize an frishAmerican choral society was given new impetus and meetings will bo held for that purpose until a class of at least fifty good voices is secured Miss Maggie Coughlin reported the proceedings of last Sundays general meeting urging a bid attendance at the one to be held tomorrow night and cre ated much merriment by calling the atten tion of the young ladies to the Leap Year privileges they enjoyed I Mrs Joseph Cunningham pointed put the benefits to be derived from more frequent open social meetings jantlitiade a number Of wise stfgges ion The titles Ideal State officers were present and had kind words for the ladies Treasurer Butler distributed tickets for the concert for the orphans and Will Meehan expressed the hope that the ladles would tender Miss MacCarthy a formal reception during her visit The remarks of Presidents Keenan and Sullivan were also well received When the business of the evening had been finished Miss Julia Kelly proceeded to the piano and vocal and instrumental solos were rendered by Mrs Joe Cunningham Miss Mary Cor coran Miss Julia Kelly and attorney Thomas Walsh The meeting was an enjoyable one and adjourned at about the same hour that the divisions do- a CINCINNATI Suggested For Great Gather Ing of Young Mens Institute Council 164 has appointed a committee of five to work in cooperation with the committee of Council 163 in connection wiih the recently suggested central initia tion Cincinnati is the most advantageous point for the proposed gathering Louis ville Terre Haute Indianapolis Wapa koneta Zanesville Pittsburg and vicin ity Lexington and Frankfort form the outer line of a territory from which cheap excursion rates on Sunday can be secured into Cincinnati and inside this territory there are a greatmany councils of Young Mens Institute It has been suggested that each coundf will have its candidates prepared for initiation into the second and third degrees and this the local committee will discuss in detail Ex pressions so far made are favorable to the affair As the convention of the Ohio jurisdiction takes place this year in Roanoke councils in the jurisdiction will be free to give the movement their heartiest support The dates for the convention of the Kentucky jurisdiction and the Indiana jurisdiction can be noted to prevent a competition of interest be tween both events RESIGNS AS MATRON Miss Elenora Schaulie for the past year the efficient and popular matron of the Catholic Womans Club retired from active work Tuesday having declined to accept the place for another year The club is greatly indebted to her for its success and the members are all glad that while her connection will not be active she will stilt be interested in its workaJdwelfare Reports submitted at the annual meeting were very gratifying and all indications point to anothersuc cessfulyear The ladles are resting now but there will be something doing after Lent PROUD FATHER There it no prouder man in the West End than nkNeiJipu who has been deluged with GovgrntuUtiowt on UM arrival of a young son tins perfect f1 sty nl01111 lwudauase- c pl1I n ss WORLD WONDER For Many Years Will Bo the Louisiana Purchase Exposition Brief History of Enterprise For Kentucky Irish Ameri can Readers Steady Vote Being Cast in Our Great Popularity Trip Contest STATE RETURNS WILL SOON ARRIVE The Louisiana Purchase Exposition to be held in St Louis beginning April 30 and continuing until the end of Decem ber of this year will be the greatest ex hibit ever held in the world It will eclipse the Chicago Exposition of 1892 in every wayin point of magnitude at tendance extent of exhibits and in every detailmaking the Chicago Exposition look small This statement is not made without advisement Commissioners from every State in the Union from for eign countries and from every nation in the civilized world have said after look Ing over the St Louis Exposition grounds and buildings that the coming show will be the wonder of the world for many years to come and that nothing like it will probably be attemptedagain for a century The Kentucky Irish American wants its readers to appreciate the magnitude of this great enterprise whether they par ticipate in its prize contest or not and a brief history of the aims and objects of the fair will no doubt be interesting and instructive as many people do not understand why the fair is being given Everybody knows that the Chicago fair was to commemorate the discovery of America by Columbus The St Louis Fair is to celebrate the hundredth anniversary of the purchase of the socalled Louisiana Territory by the United States from France Few people know that from the territory thus acquired under this purchase fourteen State and Territories have been carved jUl4hlswasaccompHshedwithouLbloocU shed The States and territories now in the Union and acquired through the pur chase are Missouri Oklahoma Arkan sas part of Minnesota Wyoming Indian Territory South Dakota Nebraska Louisiana Montana Iowa Kansas Col orado and North Dakota For this vast territory the United States paid Napoleon 15000000 The St Louis Exposition will entail an expenditure of at least 60000000 or about four times as much as was paid for the entire territory acquired under the purchase The Exposition grounds cover over 1200 acres This is enormous when con sidered in comparison with former worlds fair exhibits The Chicago Exposition which was considered the wonder of the world only covered 033 acres and the Paris Exposition of 1900 only 330 acres The St Louis Exposition will have under roof 128 acres of floor space compared with Chicagos twentyeight acres There are so many other things to be said about the St Louis Worlds Fair that it might be considered superfluous and would take up many columns to describe It is not necessary now to enter into things The Kentucky Irish American is par ticularly gratified however to note that the State of Kentucky is officially repre sented at the fair and has one of the finest buildings on the Exhibition grounds The exhibit of Kentucky at this fair will be a credit to the State and visitors from Louisville and the State at large will be proud of the high position taken by the Commonwealth- The Kentucky Irish American is will lug to send some of its readers to this fair free of charge With each subscrip tion received you can cast fifty votes for the man and wife single lady or single gentleman of your choice and those re ceiviug the highest number will be given railroad fair and a week at the Lindell Hotel free of cost The contest will not close till July 4 so that all have an equal chance to win the great prize Begin now to get new subscribers and every dollar paid in entitles the voter to fifty ballots A big vote will soon arrive from Coving ton Lexington Frankfort Henderson Paducah Bowling Green Winchester Owensboro and other cities and some startling surprises may result The contestants this week stand in the following orderMARRIED COUPLE John H Hennessey and wife 2211 Dan McKenna and wife 1876 Michael Reichert and wife 050 John J Sullivan andwife d 400 John J McGurk and wife 400 Joseph P McGinn and wife 300 Thomas Dolan and wife 300 Dave Durke and wife 200 Thomas D Claire and wife 150 John Meagher and wife 100 W G ORourke and wife 100 Pat F McCarthy and wife 50 Harry Brady and wife 50 sINGL LADY Foley 464Mary 4 t Alice Walsh 3000 raf+ tr rr Mamie Reillyc Jt 321 Margaret Norton Hi 900 GthrfiN CouacUau 184 fIU Julia Kelly 150 MargaretfTpbin 0b0 Mary Cavanaugh SINGIB GBNTtBMAN Lieut Tom Fitzgibbons 4064 Frank McDonogh 2612 Charles Raidy 550 John Cavanaugh 400 Tom Camfield 2b0 John Crotty 150 James Hand i 150 Ed Toomey 150 Louis Dugan1 150 10Ell 1 Will McNaily George Percy Wells 211 WAYS AND MEANS Suggested to Increase Mem bership of Catholic Knights Tuesday night the newly appointed Membership Committee of the Central Committee held its first meeting those present being Supreme Trustee Jo McGinn State President Harry Veene man State Secretary John Score Peter Reising of New Albany and Albert Martin Secretary of the Central Com mittee William M Higgins being th absent member The meeting was calle for the purpose of discussing and sug gesting ways and means to increase the membership of the Catholic Knights of America in Louisville and Kentucky Just now a number of the Louisville branches are gaining new members and there is every likelihood that Kentucky will show a net gain at the next State heavyieathdiscussion it was decided to recommend that branches hold frequent social public meetings when the objects and work of the great Catholic fraternal organization could be more fully set forth to those who are carrying no insurance for their wives and children Another suggestion that met with hearty approval was that hereafter all initiations take place at the meetings of the Central Committee and that the obligation be conferred in accordance with the ritual adopted by the Supreme Council The committee appears to have gone to work in earnest and it is almost certain its recommendations will be con curred in at the Central Committee meet ing next Friday night BANQUET AND REUNION 1r N l The Trinity Council Members Looking Forward to a Great Event The annual banquet and reunion of Trinity Council the great event of the year in Young Mens Institute circles will take place this year on Thursday night April 7 and the members are looking forward to that date with no little Interest The list of toasts is being arranged and among those who will respond are some of our best known and most eloquent Catholic gentlemen The committee in charge have had experience and will strive to make this affair the greatest in the history of the council It is expected covers will be laid for about 300 persons Trinity Council held its usual weekly meeting Monday night President Cooney presiding and a large number of members present Two applications were received and referred and the usual amount of routine business was transacted Joseph Piazza delivered his address on Coffee and was warmly congratulated for the information he imparted He handled his subject ably and well and made plain to his hearers that what he did not know about this great morning beverage was of no value And besides he told how the wife could make coffee that would keep the husbard in good humor all the day Next Monday evening the address will be delivered by Frank A Lenz the well known German lawyer His subject has not yet been announced but there will doubtless be a large number present to hear him S S MOURN HER DEATH- Like the rosebud glistening with dia mond dewdrops unfolding its beauteous leaves to catch the kiss of the morning sunshine but ruthlessly crushed by the despoilers hand ere it reached the full ness of its bloom was the untimely death of Miss Mary Glenn which occurred Monday morning at the home of her father Michael Glenn Twelfth street Young and beautiful with all those price less gifts of heart and mind that make one charming she was quiet and reserved caring naught for anything in this world but to give pleasure to those she loved so devotedly A true Christian she was most edifying at all times and was a beau tiful model for young ladies A devoted Child of Mary the diamond of maidenly modesty so rare shone brilliantly on her chaste brow and formed the grandest adornment of her beautiful character True to all tberelations of life she was a devoted daughter an affectionate sister- a kind and trusted frienda credit to her name and an honor to the church which she loved so well As the rose is sweetest when crushed her memory will shine all the brighter for the gloom of her absence as a star Illumining the darkness ofa stormy night Her funeral was one of the largest seen at the Sacred Heart church for seine time rather Walsh celebrated the solemn mass of requiem aadpreachtd1 a sermon that was consol jag to Uw bereaved ninths i THE LAW And Its Application to Ques tion of Free School Books Kentucky Statues 11Ia1 Co Amplo Provision For Indigent Children Better to Buy Bread and Coal For the Suffering Poor CHANGE WOULD WORK AN INJUSTICE The bill introduced into the Legislature toe make the taxpayers of the city of Louisville pay 15000 a year for school books for children attending the public schools is reprehensible tod x The law already provides that books shan be furnished free to needy and in digent children The Kentucky statutes section 4405 provides as followsYCountySuperintendent the schools each year and from time to time by personal observation or from Trustees and teachers and otherwise to as certain the number and cost of text books upon each of the common school branches needed by the indigent children of each district and of the county for use in the common schools and shall report to the County Judge the number and kind of books needed when the County Judge shall purchase the books and pay for them by an allowance made by the CountyJudge 3 CountySuperintendent receipt for the number and value of the books but the cost of said books shall not exceed in the aggregate 100 in any county per annum It is hereby madefthe special duty of the County and City School Superintendent of common school to report to the County Judge the names of all such indigent children furnished them by Trustees and to see that Ui provlsiousoflttilai eclioaareo faithfully executed d No child therefore can now be excluded from the schools for want of books That is far enough for the tax payers to go To give free books to the children of the rich and to others abund antly able to buy books at the expense of the taxpayers is simply outrageous Somebody with a sinister hidden purpose or some greedy corporation must have started this scheme and must have im posed upon those who have presented it to the Legislature Every man that pays the rent of a house indirectly pays the taxes on the house The landlord includes the taxes and repairs in the rent Hence the poor est people are paying taxes even if they do not know it Ninetenths of the taxes are paid by poor people To make such people buy books for the rich or for peo ple with ample means to buy their own books is outrageous injustice It would be just as reasonable for the poor to buy the clothes and shoes of rich children There is a good argument for making education free to all without discrimina tion but there is no argument for giving clothes shoes or books to the children of parents well able to pay for such things It would be better to spend 15000 a year to buy bread coal and raiment for the suffering poor than to spend that money in buying books for children that already live on the fat of the land This bill if not pressed by greedy cor porations that manufacture books for profit must be pressed by bigoted men who want toclose private schools It is a mean and cowardly blow aimed at the Catholic schools It is an attempt to bribe Catholics to leave their own schools supported by their own money and to come to schools where all sorts of goodies are passed around free to poor and rich mainly at the expense of the poor tax payers of the city Catholics now in obedience to their conscience submit to a double tax to give their chil dren a Christian education of their own liking to ask them also to buy books not for the indigent who get them free but for the rich who can buy all they want would be a shameful injustice City taxes are already heavy enough To increase them needlessly would be a great wrongAs stated in last weeks issue the measure is doomed not enough time now remaining to enact it into law- S HEARTILY RECEIVED Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Jeffersonvile held a rousing meeting Tuesday night and were given a surprise visit by the State Presi dent and State Treasurer of Kentucky Thomas Keenan and George J Butler The visitors were given a hearty welcome by President Gleasou and the members and were interested In all that transpired They say the Jeffersonville division fis an energetic and up to date body ofweuaand is not behind any of those in the Falls Cities Announcement was made of the great Irish musicale off Easter Monday night and the invitation they unanimouwvat a f S 1 r v R NTUOKY IRISH A1n3RIdANr KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGftN IMNNIUINNIIINIa111N fleveted to the Moral sad Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered at the fo111110PostoffIco as SecoudClass Matter Udietiall CDIImDalCIUoal to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Qreca Street t UNION TRADES IAaEL- u COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 5 1904 TOOK WRONG VIEW The Kentucky Irish American would kindly ask Joseph Berning the genial and watchful editor of the Catholic Knights Journal to read again its report of the meeting 4 of the Louisville Central Commit tee wherein reference was made to Major General Kadeski There was no reflection whatever upon that distinguished and honorable gentleman Neither did we put him down as a selfish dealer in i upiand down the country offering t skirts in the one hand and insur ance rates in the other one who is using the order to further his own ambition and who in short can not be trusted Nothing that has been published in the Kent tucky Irish American can be given such a meaning Perhaps Editor Berning only read the head lines and took the rest for granted or it may be that he was rushed in get ting his pages ready for the press Our columns have ever been at the service of the Catholic Knights of America especially here in Ken tucky and never have we failed to be impartial and truthful in chron icling the doings of that great order which we sincerely hope will continue to grow and flourish In view of the foregoing it seems to us that our good friend Berning should make the amende honorable by publishing in full the article of the Kentucky Irish American to which he so spiritedly alluded Joe f is all Tightvfherefbre we believe he will do this simple act of justice SAME OLD STORY It seems that Englands treatment of Ireland will this year be but u repetition of the old old story of cruelty end injustice Re cently in the House of Commons John Redmond leader of the Irish Parliamentary party attacked the whole system of government in Ireland and contended that there was no solution of the problem but home rule He said that for the benefit of the Government of today as well as for the benefit of the Government of tomorrow who might be hugging the comfortable delusion that they could obtain Irish support in an alternative policy Secretary Wyndham in reply said that instead of all their diffi culties disappearing if Ireland had home rule it would as an instance be very difficult if not impossible for Ireland to carry out a financial operation such as that of last year With regard to a Catholic univer sity the Government did not pur pose to bring in a bill dealing with that question Ireland required greater opportunities for higher education but he could not obtain these until there was substantial agreement between all parties in terestedThus it will be seen there seems little prospect of favorable legisla tion at this session but if the Irish party stand together they may be able to force the Government to go before the people England will always have trouble until she treats Ireland right To do this she must grant home rule The Kentucky Legislature will adjourn sine die at noon onTues day March 15 This session has- been free from anything having the appearance of scandal until within the peat week when committees were promptly appointed by both the House and Senate to inve tl gate aewspapet charges that are apparently without foundation Harmony boa prevailed between r Democrats and Republicans and the passage of the Capitol appro priation will specially mark the members who are entitled to much honor for their action The Knights of St John are to meet in general convention in June at Peoria Ill That city is mak ing preparations even at this early date to give the Knights a grand reception The twenty sixth annual gathering is expected to go down in history as one of the most mag nificent and most important con ventions of the order There are several fine commnderies in the Falls Cities and they will make a splendid showing if they decide to attend Boss Sapp has met his Waterloo I Control of the Republican organization in this Congressional district was wrested from the former Col lector of Internal Revenue at a meeting of the Republican County Committee held Monday night Sapp is now a dead one tt and that bespeaks greater harmony and a more Christian spirit in the Re publican ranks Only the narrow minded and apaish element regret his defeat Michael Davitt says the Denver Catholic has arrived in America and it is hoped that he will be able to be in Denver on St Patricks day The Hibernians are prepar ing to give him a great reception and the Single Taxers are not far behind in their enthusiasm Get in our Worlds Fair contest RECENT DEATHS The tidings which brought notice of the death of Mary Elizabeth the infant daughter of Thomas and Annie Holden at their home in Muncie Ind fell with sorrow upon their many friends fn this city where they are so well and favor ably known The remains were brought here to the residence of Matt Cassin 1810 Bolling avenue the funeral taking place Sunday afternoon The bereaved father is a brother of Officer John Holden of the local police force and re sided here for many years The funerals of two of Louisvilles old est and most highly esteemed citizens Delia Logan and Martin Treasy both of whom died Thursday will take place this morning They were pioneer resi dents of Louisville For many years Martin Treasy was prominent in local business circles and made an enviable record He was the father of Thoma- and James Treasy who survive him Mrs Logan was the mother of Mike Logan who was long a deputy under John R Pflanz The funeral of Miss Mary Riley took place Monday morning from St Michaels church Rev Father Sheridan conducting the solemn burial service Miss Riley was well known and held in high esteem and her death will be most felt by her aged mother to whom she was a loving and dutiful daughter While the remains lay at the home 102 Second street many friends called to take a last look and offer sympathy to Mrs Riley in her bereavement The dread pneumonia caused the death of Miss Stella Marr the nineteenyear old daughter of William Marr 1721 Maple street She was a young girl wh was loved by all her friend and her early death is deeply deplored Her fu neral took place Thursday morning from tie Sacred Heart church and her re mains were tenderly laid to rest in St Louis cemetery Thomas Donovan a former member of the police force died Tuesday afternoon at the home of his father Daniel Donovan 1545 Bank street He waa always ready to assist a friend and among his associates he was greatly liked His funeral took place Thursday morning from St Patricks church Last Saturday night God called home the spirit of Emmet Goering the infant son of George and Annie Goering 1205 GOBS avenue His funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Vincent de Paula church For the beaeaved parents there is felt the deepest sympathy ST VINCENT DE PAUL MEETING AQ interesting meeting of tie St Vin cent de Paul Society of St Pauls pariah will beheld in the school hail Sunday morning t 1190 oclock Mssrs Jerry BMM Jatae Cawpheland then will be there to deliver addresses i rP I II1 HAPPY COUPLES MARRIED FIFTY YEARS I 1 MR AND MRS JOHN REILLY MR AND MRS EDWIN DOYLE 722 Zane Street 1911 Floyd Street SOCIETY Miss Lillie McCloud has returned from a ten days trip to New York Miss Margaret Flaherty has been spend ing the past week in New York City =Miss Marietta Crow spent last week with her grandparents who reside near Lancaster Mrs Wible Mapother and daughter Helen are at Pass Christian for a stay of several weeks Miss Nellie Hannon has returned home from Hot Springs where she spent the past four weeks Councilman Frank Fougerrouse is reported quite ill at his home 901 East Oak street New Albany Miss Louise Woolridge has been visit lug Miss Edith McGinnis one of the leaders in Eminence social circles Little Miss Florence Ring is home from Bowling Green where she was last week the guest of Miss Ruth Webb James Quinns friends will regret to learn that he is again seriously ill at his home Seventeenth and Lytle streets Miss Maggie Flaherty was among the large number from this city who have been spending the week in New York Col John McAteer and wife and Miss Virginia McAteer leave next week for Texas to be gone the rest of the month Mrs Kate Dunn and children of Jef fersonville have bad a pleasant visit with Mrs Ellen Moran at Madison Ind The many friends of Adam Liebel re gret that he is a victim of the grip in a serious form at his home in Jeffersonville Mrs Eliza Allison who was here for a pleasant visit with Mrs John Thixton Jr has returned to her home at May field Miss Katherine Shannon a popular and charming Lexington girl arrived Monday to be the guest of Mrs Ernest BohneMiss Lizzie Doyle has returned from EHzabethtown where she was called last week on account of the death of her brother Miss Mayme Keenan and her aunt Miss Maggie Keenan left Thursday night for a two weeks visit to New York and the East Dr Charles A Edelen the West End druggist was down with the grip for several days Careful attention brought him through all right Miss Celia Laveu left last Saturday for theEast to visit the fashion centers and select the latest designs in millinery for her spring opening Miss Lillie Benckhart popular in Lex ington society circles arrived last week to visit the Misses Schuhmanu at their BeechmontsMisses Eva Lutkemeier and Rose Salendar two charming girls from Frankfort have returned to their homes after a delightful visit with Mrs M F Kearns 3222 Third avenue Benny Bender formerly with the Brad leyGilbert Company has gone to Mad ison Ind having accepted a position with the Courier of that place Masters Martin and John OBrien who were here to attend the golden wedding of Mr and Mrs Edwin Doyle left Mon day for their home in Covington William Bench and his pretty young bride who was Miss Mary Murphy have returned from their honeymoon trip spent in Chicago and the Northwest Stephenrbe sorry to learn that she is confined to her home with an attack of rheumatism There is great rejoicing in the Dett linger home 2603 Montgomery street over the arrival of a fine little boy Papa Charles face has been wreathed in smiles all week Judge Nick Vaughans host of friends are glad to see him out again after a two weeks siege with the grip The Judge Is one of the moat genial lawyers who practice in the City Court John Leverone who was thought last week to be at deaths door is improving steadily and hopes to be able to join his Irish friends in the celebration of St Patricks day Mrs Prank McKernan who is a gracious hostsee and one of the most popular women of Beechmont entertained a num her of her lady friend at a euchre luncheon Wedsudayaftemooa Its a boy that makes Will stallsmile ttMMe days the youngUr ar rived M week ago from Bubjrbtnd anclk evidently pleased with bit wcrouUding- Ltea Will icon be a Mg celebrations I his honor at th4hohc 1030 East St Catherine street Dr John T Chawk who is pursuing his studies asa veterinary surgeon In Chicago made a flying visit here Sun day Dr Chawk till graduate the latter part of this month Dave Smith until recently of Gran Smiths Sons the well known funeral directors was able to be out some this week after being confined to his room the greater part of the winter I Miss Mollie Collins of the Stewart Dry Goods Company left Wednesday on I her semiannual trip to New York where she will obtain the latest styles and crea tions for her friends and patrons Miss Florence Sullivan is reported ill of typhoid pneumonia at her home 739 Fourth avenue Though her condition has been quite serioSis her friends are not alarmed but hope tot her speedy recov ery Barley Coll Treasurer of Clark County Ind has been spending several days at Terre Haute with his daughter who is attending college at St Marys intheWoods He will return today to Jeffersonville The announcement of the engagement of Miss Anna McEUiott of this cityand John Marty of Michigan will be received with more than ordinary interest by readersof this column Miss McElliott is well known and prominent in Irish and Catholic society circles and has al ways been a recognized leader in the younger set The groomelect is a suc cessful buaker and a man of means Their marriage will take place after Easter the date not yet being set Not to many these days is granted the happy privilege of celebrating a golden wedding anniversary But a kind Provi dence reserved such a blessing for Mr and Mrs John Reilly of 722 Zane street who fifty years ago were united in the sacrament of marriage in the parish church at Elphiu County Limerick Ireland They left the Emerald Isle the same year they were married and in 1855 came to Louisville where they have since lived For many years John Reilly was recognized as one of the leading con tractors of the city but now that his children are grown he is not actively engaged in the business The anniversary was an event of no little Interest i Louisville and was the occasion of a great gathering of relatives and friends at the happy home on Zane street who came with many valuable presents and expressions of good will The old coupl- have four children and seventeen grandchildren living and all were at the anniversary celebration The living children are Corporal John Reilly of the polic- department Dave Reilly with the Pullman Company William Reilly with the Louisville Nashville railroad and Mrs S W Boardman of Evansville May they live to see their diamond jubilee fis the wish of all who know them HINTS ON STYLE From Paris comes the rumor that modish street frocks will be in smoot finish fabrics The cocarde is merely a large flat but tonor center surrounded by one or more quillings of silk velvet lace or what you will- Pelerine collars somewhat resembling fichus in shape and often slightly draped in front are other exquisite lingerie additions to the coming seasons sheer frocks On all the wool frocks the ornament- are usually made of silk and are mos often set on either side of coat or bodice fronts and perhaps connected by cords or several narrow looped bands or cords of the silk One might write a chapter about the fichu but it is easier to write about iit than to drape it The apparently little accessory calls for careful and artistic adjustment and in bungling hands 1 loses much of its charm and coquestry The satins though heretofore relegate- to the matrons are now considered suitable for the debutante wear because of their new suppleness and softness bu the crepe and voile de sole are undoubtedly more youthful and even the taffeta seems more suited toa debutante wearer though the fitness doubtless lies in long associationSmall are applied lavishly to the spring street frocks buttons covered with the frock material or with silk or velvet being much in evidence Rosette buttons or ornaments called by their French names cocardes are one of th recent innovations and are used effect ively not only upon street frocks but also upon sheer mooweline Apropos of the dyed lace the latest de velopment of the sleeve frill craze is the use of fine lace frills dyed to the color of 1he frock in place of the white and cream lace or the lingerie frills The same dyed lace may form jabots or other bodice trimming or iadeed may compose an entire blouse to be worn beneath a coat but cream Inc i or mouMeliae is usually introduced a xt to the face The pointed and th square dcollet8ge an striving bard to path the early Vic torlw roond deoolle age fromfamr mid J- CI r IRISH S SOCIETYDIRECTORYA DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanVice W Dougherty RyanFinancial1911 Bank atree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Kelran 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 Butler ScrgeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerJohn P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney County Vice presidentJ B Murphy PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial SecretaryThos OHern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelAlphonso Constantine SergeantatArmsMichael Noon Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentJames Shelley First Vice PresidentHugh J Hig gins HerpnRecording SecretaryFrank Financial SecretarYDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- Corresponding Secretary Frank P Burke MurphyeMarshalGeorge Inside SentinelFrank Lanahan Outside SentinelJohn Schaefer 230eMeets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street PresidentEugene J Cooney First Vice PresidentJ L Cunnlffe Second Vice PresidentJoseph F Bell Relording SecretaryEmU E Mouth Corresponding SecretaryArthur C LauerFinancial Secretary Robert G Goe belTreasurerWilliam N Gast MarshalM F Morris Pfalzerhwith the sharp pointed draped bodic- either the square or the pointed lines are in keeping From the bodice with soft falling berthe and frill or voluminous draped sleeve the round decolletage still keeps it vogue but it is modified by the delightful finish which our grandmothers knew as a tucker LADIESt Arranging For Big Euchre and Dance After Easter Trinity Council Young Ladles Aux iliary held a largely attended and inter esting meeting Tuesday night Miss decideddto resume their enjoyable functions again after Easter and announce event ing April 13 Special effort will be made to make this affair a memorable one and for that purpose a largecom mittee was appointed Being Leap Year the lladies may decide to introduce some new and amusing features for their gen tlemen friends Two new members Miss Nellie Schoo and Miss Mamie Schneider were re ceived into the auxiliary and the appli cations of Misses Mary Lawler Gertrude Snydereware presented From now on for sev eral months a steady increase inmem bership js expected Trinity Ladles Auxiliary has rendered valuable assistance at church bazar socials and other charitable affairs and deserves encour agement Betides it is of great educe tional benefit to its members who have elegant parlors for their meetings which generally close with musical and literary exercises It is rumored that many of the ladies would like to enter one of their number in the Kentucky Irish American World Pair votive ooalot Any one whoM CAIMC they Mpowte will cectaioly melee a gnat racy I 1 t p A RECORD BREAKING NAT SALE The Big Store Manufacturer at prices so as to enable us to offer 2 3 and 4 values at 1 149Sale b MarchI aslongTHE BIG STOREMILTON M MARBLESTONE CO 424 to WestII a8 f El FFBE 1 1 D 3 1EBE 1 11 Igl Bi 3 jMuifloon Monument Company I AND BUILDERS OP IIJBSIONSns ORANITEII jGRANITEjI I I IIArtlatlo Work Only Solicited Workshops and Studios Carrara Italy I II WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET I- uJIDDDDUUIDIHDa 1 11 LDSDAXFu- neralI Director and Embalmer rE BPHONE S2aeo I Carriages For All Occasions 700 E CHESTNUT ST i l rI 1 I HI I IH1 111 Jut Jut H H11+1IH 1 111111 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 l HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J IBj IRIRIE 7 FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST MAIN STREETW- ith 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 ofI1 1SIIllHt H HIH 11 1 1 IH 1 IH H H 1 Jut I 1 11 1 1 11 1 +1 H 1 1 I H MMMMUM ++ 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 M DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEEN- ANK6611a11DoiiQH6rty UNDERTAKERSm ThirteentheBOTH EI i1iDiPH01 S 124- 0I All Calls OarriagesD Dougherty Home Telephone 2015 1 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 maybe 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 mayrvisit Lookont Mountain the beautiful Sapphire country the Land of the Sky and the principal commercial centers and tourist en route The Chicago Florida special a superb train compose of through Pullman drawing room sleep ers composite car and dining car leaves Cincinnati every evening except Sunday via the Queen Crescent ronte A hand some observation sleeper leaving Louisville at 725 p mls attached to the special at Lexington and this train then runs through solid via Southern railway from Chattanooga to Jacksonville and St Augustine arriving at 930 and respectively the next evening making connection at Jackson vile for interior Florida points The Florida limited leaves Cincinnati every morning the year round via the Queen Crescent route connectingat Lexington with the Southern railway trains from Louisville This train also runs through solid Jacksonville and St Augustine via Southern railway from Chatta nooga carrying sleeping cars observation and dining car arriving at 045 a m and 1110 a m respectively The Queen Crescent special leaving Cincinnati every evening carrie a Pullman sleeper through to Jacksonville via Southern railwayfrontl Harriman Junction 4h ASitar11 the IandeE the Sky 434 Market St Fourth and I resorts The 1900 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 simpledget 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 finest fabrics surplices albs altar iums lace curtajns a specialty without breaking a thread Ibutton etc Try a Nineteen Hundred Washer and youjwill 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 fir- mA EROS1462 STORY AVENUE and Savannah This train also connects at Lexington with train from Louisville For further particulars call on or addrasa C H HHBgerford District Paves tc Mot t80lourtka Mw Louisville Ef L vA iWlkasii ii ijcv i ij rr M yMririii iiWfei iii vvA ATrff to j t NTUCKY IRISH AJMI3RIOAN rCItA I- WO lkDS FRIt ALLOT I VOtR FOR ADDRRSS SIGNED LSaturday Mar 5 1904 fit 8 Because t- oCHICAGO General JOHN OBRLBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 1400140 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE F JOHN D WALTERS Clay=street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 KY I LOAN QUAQiERS FOURTH BJEFFERS01E- LIABLE MONEYLENDERS PfIfR M AN RWI 8SONS WAGONN MANUFACTURERS Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST OREEN ST tit BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago t AND AM POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN Clevelandd Buffalo New York Boston AND ALL POINTS EAST I Information cheerfully furnished on application at City Ticket Office Big Four Route 659 Fourth Ave or write to S J Gates Genl Agent Passenger Agt Louisville K- yIllinois Central Railroad WINTER TOURIST TICKETSC Now on sale to NEW ORLEANS LA and other in Ute South also to HOT SPRINGS ARK Only line running through per toaally conducted 1xcursiou Sleepers IxMiitvillc to California New Mexico F Arizou end Texu- Yorinfornstlon at to ticket rates coMMctiouii etc call on or addreat W JHeMdiL a JP AM Fourth and Market or 1r W Eurlow D P Av I ouIwUle C o- u SHE IS CRYING She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma OH THH r IIour t lIlnwnb In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J RUED General Passenger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside and Manager F KY PRANK LOUISVILLE Carriage points 7YAc7wLBYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Even ings and Wednesday Matinee THE ISLE OF SPICE Thursday Friday and Saturday Even ings and Saturday Matinee Ethel Barrymore in Cousin Kato II BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY HAECH 6 Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Batnrdaj CLARKS Royal Runaways A Superb Organization of Burlesquers I Strictly UpToDate Thats All NORTH S1TARR- EFRIGERATORS Solid hardwood extra well constructed with cork fillibg and asbestos lining ALWAYS GIVES SATISF- ACTIONGEHERSON 217 Market St near Second I Winter styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umb- rellasCARRIAGES FOR Weddings Parties and Funerals HOME PHONES 554 ANDY WEPLER Fifth and Green Street Livery Stable Rubber Tire Carriages and Coupes at all hours Day or Night GO TO PioneerBottling House FOR- t STRAIGHT WHISKIES IIIG JUG At DOOR JI P DAlST913 WEST BROADWAY sear Uatea Stalled LENTEN DINNER A delicious cream soup is made of one quart of milk two large onions three eggs two tablespoonfuls of butter two of flour stlt pepper two Ubtespoonfult of grated ebeew Pat the milk on to boll fry the butter te union together for eight mlnutet tncl add lour arid cook u n I gHg HU gH t SPEAKING OF JOB PRINTING = GIVE US A r TRIAL ORDER = Dance Invitations 11 Wedding Invitations jg Note and Bill Heads- TickeIs Ie Dodgers Etc II HOME PHONE OSfcO Kentucky Irish American I1 3Q tv9T GREEN STRB 73T- iii Ad iL7 AN 71 nfTAn7i7 irY ATIY If Y Ii71fi IfTA7 3 KTi two minutes longer being careful not to burn stir in the milk and cook ten minutes Rub through a strainer and return to the fire then add the cheese Beat the eggs with a speck of pepper and a tablespoonful of salt season the soup with salt and pepper Hold the colander over the soup and pour over the butter set back for three minutes where it will not boil then serv- eEDWARD T TIERNEY Retires From Public Service With a Splendid Record The retirement of Edward T Tierney from city politics will be regretted b many Mr Tierney is a blunt man but he was admired for his personal integrity and fidelity to duty In what he con ceived to be right he could not be made to change his course Mr Tierney has been in the City Hall for twentyfour years though he is only fortyseven years of age He was first a clerk iin the City Tax Receivers office and afterward was Deputy Auditor For sixteen years he was City Auditor having been elected to that office four times by the people He was first appointed on the Board of Public Safety by Mayor Weaver and the second term by Mayor Grainger Differences arose between the Mayor and Mr Tierney and the result was the enactment of a law allowing the Mayor to appoint and remove his executive boards at will The Mayor will not reap point Mr Tierney It was the under standing all along however that a Catho lie would be appointed in Mr Tierneys place and the Mayor will carry out his promise Mr Tierney it is understood will engage in business in Louisville for himself He is a conservative man and ought to succeed well in almost any undertakingMr has been ill at his home for some days but expected to be able to leave Friday night to spend a couple of weeks at Hot Springs NEW ACADEMY SITE The Nelson County Record says the Sisters of St Catherines have bought the Isaac Curry farm just west of Spring field on which they will rebuild their academy The purchase of this ground seems to have relieved doubts as to whether the academy would be removed from Springfield and the people of the town are very much gratified that it is to remain with them The railroad runs through the farm and will be of great convenience to the new academy STEADY GROWTH The Caron City Directory for 1904 is just out It shows the population of Louisville to be 228500 an increase of 0642 over last year This is the thirty fourth consecutive edition issued by the Caron Company and is of the same high standard that has marked the previous issues Besides the 114275 names there is much other valuable information in the book WELCOME VISITORS Noisy Bill Koster and Hello Bill Hughes two of the best known letter carriers in the employ of Uncle Sam were welcome visitors to our office this week They have delivered the Kentucky Irish American weekly since the first issue and say that at the rate its circulation is increasing they will soon have to make extry trips Come again boys FOR CITY DAD Many friends of Thomas Monyhan a popular foreman at the car works and a well known citizen of Jeffersonville are urging him to become a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Councilman from the Second ward of that city Should lie enter the lists there will be a warm contest with many chances in his favor FRACTURE MENDING Miss Mamie Shea who fell last Friday evening at Eighth and Market streets and broke her arm is still confined to her home 824 West Market street The injured member is mending nicely and the young lady hopes to be able to be out next week though she will not have the use of the arm tor some little time OREOL1A ONLY REMAINS Among the sixty four living Cardinals which is six less than the complete sum bee only erne appointed by Piux IX- remalueCardinali Oreglia Sixtyone were created by Leo XIII and two by the present Holy Father Plus X who will reach bigslatyninthyear nextJane When one woman tells another that be id still looking quite young It Jl4IU that she is beginning to carry weight for I 0 p Fixed fesolu countryIparish of St Agathas was standing at the gate of the rectory watching the members of his little flock as they assembled for the evenings devotions it being the beautiful month of May so dear to all Catholic hearts He had a pleasant smile and a kindly greeting for all and as he watched the little children and grown people saluting him so kindly and respectfully as they passed he felt it would cause him more than one heart pang to leave the peaceful country where all understood and sympathized with him and to once more mingle with the throngywas Intellectually a superior person and it seemed strange his talents should be hidden in such modest place as St Agathas but working for the glory of his Master and doing all in his power to alleviate the suffering of Gods poor he had undermined his strength and the Bishop feeling the church could ill afford to lose such a shining light appointed him rector of St Agathas The church was small but very picturesque and now as tile last rays of the setting sun kissed its stained glass windows and golden cross and causing the ivy which almost covered the little structure to seem as if imbued with life was well worth an artists brush and Father Burke as he looked around felt how gladly he would lie down to sleep in the silent churchyard when his sands of life were run under the shadow of the cross and within sound of the Angelus bell which tolled so sweetly another day spent in the service of the LordHis reverie was interrupted by a young lady of about twenty yearswho certainly would win more than a passing glance Combined with a face that was flawless she possessed a charming manner and Father Burke prayed daily for his child that the sometimes fatal gift of beauty might prove to her a blessing Well Marion my child he said with a smile Pardon me for disturbing you Father but may I speak with you after the devo tionsJust then the bells started to peal forth their praise to the Mother of God Father Burke said Certainly my child but you must hurry now or the children will think the organist is not going to put in an appearance He then entered the sacristy and Marion mounted the stairs to the choir and immediately began the Litany of the Blessed Virgin in which we will find the most beautiful music and poetry ifI we bnt stop and ponderIAfter the exercises it was still bright they being held at an earlier hour in the country than in the city Now Marion I am ready to hear you said Father Burke I wanted to know if you would con sent to let me enter the convent the end of this month a sad expression ejiadow ing her face for an instant uNow my child are you fully con vinced it is your vocation to become a religious God forbid if it is I should be the means of keeping you from it but a religious vocation is too sacred a thing to be trifled with I fear it is selflove that moves you my child You are a romantic maiden and think because Philip KingI has decided to become a priest it is but fitting you should consecrate yourself to God Think well Marion uOh Father Burke the idea I have completely forgotten Mr King- I am very glad of it but suppose you remain in the world Sir months longer and if at the end of that time you areI of the same mind I shall give my conI sent and blessing and thank God bntII My mind will be the same then as now interrupted Marion- I hope so but we shall see said the priestOne morning about three months after the conversation with the kind priest Marion remained after mass to practice on the large organ a very fine instru ment a gift to the church from tier uncle with whom she lived her parents being dead As Marion came out of the church she perceived a strange maa talking with Father Burke She tried to evade being seen but Father Burke MW her and called her The priest introduced the utraager as- Dr Warren uwoo has come to try our alStUtlenlwords l nlI dace you to the younger OHM of theI parish and point out the different places of interest whenever you desire to tee them Father Burke MidMufliagly I I I shall be very xNd to have Miss Tnnle as a dcerone1 returned the dOe loc Marion excused heraeiClaid horled i wiiyt Mybtg II TheWeyaifIooaleEdor I r anything like that I think Father Burke is very unkind I shall have to play agreeable to a man when I long for the solitude of the cloister Dr Warren became quite a favorite in the parish Father Burke was not long in finding out his sterling qualities A few matchmaking mammas tried to secure him for their darlings but It seemed as if Cupids dart would never touch his heart Marion wondered how they managed to exist without him He helped with the singing took charge of a class of un ruly boys organized baseball club and in a word made himself generally useful One evening Marion sat thinking how lonesome it would be when he returned to the city but I must be careful or I shall begin toshe broke off suddenly and burst into tearsuShe did love him and he he was polite and kind but that was all God certainly was punishing her for her dependence upon herself Marion was not the same after that Father Burke noticed the change but kept his peace Marion on her guard was very cold with the doctor and she could see him avoid her which did not give her any comfort Serves me right What shall I do H wish I had never seen him she repeateda hundred times a day One afternoonDr Warren told her he intended to return to the city the first of the next week- I thought if we could have a picnic how much pleasure it would give the children Of course I may count on your assistance Miss Enuis he said Certainly returned Marion coldly III would do anything to give the chil dren pleasure The day of the picnic dawned bright and clear and all went merry as a mar riage bell but Marion seemed pale and preoccupied so when Father Burke and Dr Warren were busy arranging for a game of baseball she went to the swing that the doctor had put up for the younger childrens benefit and resting her head in her hands she let her thoughts wander to the eveuing when she was so anxious to enter the convent Surely Gods ways are not our ways and Father Bnrke understood me better than I did myself she said A roguish little lad came up behind her and said May I push you Miss MarionYes yes she answered not knowing in the least what she said The boy gave a push and not having a hold on the ropes Marion was thrown with force on the ground The child was thoroughly frightened and ran with all speed to where Father Burke and Dr Warren were standing cryinguMiss Marion is killedshes dead Dr Warren without a word ran to Marion and tenderly lifted her from the groundshe had fainted and he called for water in no gentle tones Marion opened her eyes saw for the moment the arms that unconsciously held her and then jumped from them and seating herself on a rock burst into tears Wise Father Burke took the children away and left the doctor with his patient At the end of an hour he returned and thought Marion looked uncommonly well for one who had been hurt and ssldAre you better Marion Noyesl mean I was only frightened I am glad very gladas Dr Warren returns to the city tomorrow he said seriously + uNoII said the doctor I have decided to II remainAh see Well Marion your six months are nearly over Are you of the same mihdasked the priest with a smileMarion answered blushingly urstlll desire to wear the veil but It must have orange blossoms said Dr Warren THE MODEL HOSTESS An Imperturbable calm and a ready tact lire the two importunt factors In the making of a model hostess Secure these and you need never fear for the success of any of your entertainments There is no quality more to be desired to make a woman a social success than that of tact Its possessor knows the right thing to do and the right time for doing it and thus gains a reputation for cleverness and for many virtues which a tactless woman would never win from her circle of acquaintances no matter how excellen- tIherqualltiesof both heart and head The is not only a patient lis JneIfrom the same person and she smiles in hearlingenjoys telling them Tact isa weapon guidedwith a multitude of precautioa and feminine wiles by the wise woman Had It is only the wise who posses it IA a1QJemadeor old cottoaor linen I n ji =DRINK=Hofbrau Pilsen r Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN Bl EWI1TQ COJMPANY xxooisroxsaxaaTELEPHONE 482 LOUISVILLE KTT FRANK FEHR BREWING 60INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE E- YHICKEYSAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY Proprietor Home Telephone 384 248 W Jefferson St H+ H + + + + + tt tt HI I I + + tt I tt I tt + tt + H It + H + HMHHM ++ K+ t H + T+MMHMHM+ + t t t t tFINE WINES CHAM- PAGNESALKOliD 345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS + 44 I e4 + + + + 4 + 4444Io + + 444441 + 444o4e444 + 344e4e4 I 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 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STREETS LOUISVILLEIKY Business College Kentucky Stove and Tinware Co Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Heaters Ranges Coal and Wood Cook Stoves Plain and Marbelized Iron Mantels Wood Mantels Extra Cabinets Eat mates cheerfully furnished on all kinds of Tin and Iron Roofing Cornices 2 Skylights and Guttering We make a specialty of Job Work and can furnish 4 Reliable Work on short notic- eFRANK 4 A McDONOGH Manager 1 Home Phone 3614 Cumb Phone ruin ipsiA 4 OFFICE AND WORKS 705 W MAIN ST 11- 1e s m KS s xs A PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly gedu fA 7jLEPI3o1SA it38s Louisville Branch Fourteenth and JetfersbnSts J n to 0l l l olo MUSLIN UNDERWEAR SALE Thousands of ready made garments to be sold at lower prices than the actual cost of the raw materials Do you think it advisable to make these garments when you can buy them at the following prices Ladles Nainsook Corset CoverI19C full tucked front neck and armholes trimmed with hemstitched ruffleiC 39C Ladies good Cambric Corset Cover trimmed in Val or Torchon lace full front Ladles Nainsook Corset Cover 76C full front trimmed iu fine Val lace inserting lace edge or fine Nain sook embroidery SkirtsIery extra dnst ruffle UI nn ladies Cambric Skirts D I1 iUU trimmed with wide Nor mandy Val lace or wide embroidered ruffle extra dust ruffle JJ Ladies fine Cambric Skirts1 98 insertinglaceJ I Wait for the of Twill you I e toI Record of the lost Important of the Recent Events CulledI From Exchanges IIAt West Bay Bridgeport a man named A Dublin cattle dealer named Patrick Lynch was knocked down by a tram at Morecambe and seriously injured from the results of which beditf 5 ISavage Prejichhas sold his propertyat Ash fJve and Ballyelane in the Great Island of Queenstown to his tenants at twentyfour years purchase During an execution seizure near May nooth a policeman named Farrell was shot in the body with a revolver by a farmer named Pagan whose cattle were being seized The Government are arranging to strengthen the defenses of Cork harbor by increasing the supply of ammunition and the erection of two additional forts at Pennells Head at the entrance to the harborThe South Donegal Executive of the United Irish League has passed a resolu tion Redmond on the manner in which he has initiated the work of the Irish party In Parliament this session Patrick Murphy Passage West was a certificate from the Royal Humane Society at Passage petty sessions on Tuesday for saving the life olf a child who fell into the water at the quay side in October last The Lord Lieutenant has appointed High Sheriffs as follows For Belfast Alderman Henry Hutton Cork city Henry Corby Dublin city Alderman William Coffey Limerick city James Flynn Londonderry city J McFarland Waterford city T Wittle The Right Hon Hugh Hyacinth ORorke MacDermot K C commonly known as the Prince of Coolavin one of the best known of Irish barristers died at his residence in Dublin in his seventyfifth year He was called to the bar in 62 He was Solicitor General for Ireland in 1885 and in 1886 and was At torney General 1892 to 1805 The Congested Districts Board havlpg been coma unlcated with by some ten ants on the Palmer estate on the matter of the purchase by that body of the prop erty for resale to the tenants have replied that are willing to do so The property consists of the townlands of Banemore and Ballygarrett and is situate near Listowel There is but one evicted tenant to be reinstated- A man of the farming class named William Sheehan of Kinaneave aged about thirtyseven years entered the licensed premises of Edward Ryan Bar rack street Nenagh at about pm and three hours afterward be was discovered sitting on the kitchen floor with his head resting against a barrel Dr H F Powell was sent for and on his arrival pro nounced life extinct The matter was reported by the police to Coroner Glee son who held an inquest returning a verdict of death from heart failure At Cahir recently a young man named Fallen found his father Richard Fallen exSergeant R I Co about seventy years of age sitting in an unconscious state in a chair in his residence on Mar ket street Before priest or doctor whom young Fallen apprised arrived the man had expired Deceased was seen going about in usual health during the early afternoon and the son who was absent all day at Mitchelstown found his father as stated on his return It is considered heart disease was the cause of death The police communicated with the Cora ner who did not deem an inquest neces I sary I The solemn ceremonies of profession and reception to two young ladles who are giving up their lives to the service of God took place at St Johns Convent of Mercy Balloonagh Tralee The lady who was received ia wIN Julia OLe ry I in religion Sister Aidan daughter of I Michael QLeary Killfoey CuUegregory j sad tbs lady who took the solemn owe t of profcation WM HIM Bileen Curran inn n djlI 4 ery dust ruffle C Ladles Cambric or Muslin 6 u Drawers trimmed in lace or embroidery q I broidery rnC Five styles in Ladles Gowns OU trimmed in embroidery or lace high or V neck ycC Several styles in Ladles Muslin t v or Cambric Gowns trimmed in lace or embroley flj I fl ft Ladies Lowneck and Lp I iUU Shortsleeved Gowns trimmed In lace or hemstitching r ft I sleeves full front of lace and lawn bands ribbon around waist of our from they religion Sister Mary Gerard daughter of John Curran Dingle The ceremonies were presided over by the Very Rev Thomas Carmody Dean of Kerry and were witnessed by many visiting clergy men and friends of the young women MILLERS VENTURE Jacob J Miller a former popular em ploye of the Ahrens Ott molding de partment has gone into the grocery and produce business for himself on the cor tier of Brook and Burnett streets where he has a well equipped store Besides he has a nice little cafe and something good to eat and kink at all times Mr Miller would be pleased to have hi friends visit him and inspect his neat an cosy place CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Branch 54 of the Catholic Knights off America held a splendid meeting Wednesday night at their hall in Jeffer sonville Jonathan Thickstun the Indiana State President is a member of this branch which includes many of the leading Catholics of Clark county Wit the advent of fair weather the intend to get to work and increase then number That was the sentiment at least expressed by several who mad short talks for the good of the society STATE THEIR CASE The local Federation of Musicians has issued a circular stating their grievance against the Avenue Theater When visited bra committee from the union for the purpose of effecting a reconcilia Hon the manager curtly informed the gentlemen that he was done with unions and wanted nothing more to do with them If the working classes stay away from the Avenue Manager Shaw will changehis mind pr close the house For next weeks attraction the Buck ingham announces its stellar company of the season It is nothing less than CIark8 Royal Runaways a superb organ ization of burlesquers strictly up to date The olio Is first class and thats all that is to be said MASONIC THEATER For next week the Masonic Theater has secured an elaborate revival of Under Two Flags dramatized from Ouidaa famous novel of the same name The coming production is said to be on a- more extensive scale than any offering oi Under Two Flags ever seen in this city A success that is positive and evidently lasting has been achieved by The Isle of Spice Almost all the musical comedies that were originally produced in Chicago have been successes and draw large audi ences wherever presented The king piece of them all is said to be The Isle of Spice The merry musical entertainment will be presented at Macanleys by an excellent company of sixty people on Monday Tuesday and Wednesday nights and Wednesday matinee taffetas and Louisines are girlish and are made up into the most of frocks trimmed in festooned fiotuH uf net top lace end flutterirfg kuoU of ribbon Witteau and htI shepherd enee- p i1 1 18 Cfl Ladles Lowneck or V pII liuU neck Gowns trimmed In lace embroidery and ribbon Skirt Chemise trimmed 75with Torchon lace and tucked ruffle at bottom Cambric or Nainsook 98Chemise trimmed in Val lace tucked ruffle at bottom a IJ Vall lace C Ladies or Misses Short Skirts5- l U trimmed with hemstitched tucked ruffle Ladies or Misses Short 76C trimmed with embroidery I nn Ladies or Misses I1 embroidery I liUU Skirts trimmed with the announcement special selling Demorest Sewing Machine surprise L J t BACON 0000 SONSj IQELANDI cliffI congratulating presentedwith G SkirtI Drawerst CambricI BUCKINGHAM MACAULEYS Pompadour particularly pktureaiue andsuggesting tbeayaOf SkirtI SkirtsI HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division meetings will be held on the three first nights of next week As many as can should attend the gen eral meeting next Sunday night The ladies were disappointed Wednes day night because of the nonarrival of their paraphernalia- A new division is in process of forma tion in Rhode Island with a prospective charter list of fifty names At the last February meeting of Divi slon 1 of Duluth five new candidates were initiated into the order There are 18000 members of our order in New York City The new hall to be erected by them will cost 250000 Division 19 Providence balloted for nine candidates and received nine oppli tions for membership at the last meeting iuFebruaryThe of Montgomery Minn will celebrate St Patricks day by attending mass in a body and receiv- Ing holy communion A division of the order was organized recently at Norton Canada Father wassproceedingsdAt a special convention of the Bristol County Board held at Fall River Mass County President John McCarty was chosen delegate to the national conven tion The Ladies Auxiliary of Duluth Minn gave an enjoyable entertainment before Lent and as soon as the returns were made very kindly donated the newhparochial school sTen propositions for membership were received and four candidates initiated by Sundayeweek At the conclusion mineral waters were served and a musical and literary programme enjoyed Mike Tynan has had considerable managerial experience during the past few weeks All will admit he displayed good judgment in the selection of talent for the entertainment at Liederkranz Hall on the evening of March 17 Last week Elks Hall the largest society meeting place in St Paul was filled to overflowing with members of Division 4 of that city Great interest is being manifested toward winning the highest prize offered by the State Board The Hibernians of Syracuse met In Elks Hall ou Washingtons birthday for which a patriotic programme bad been arranged The third degree was exem plified to a large class National Presi deliveredDivision 14 of Yonkers N Y has a membeship of about 200 men and 3000 In the treasury with a ladles auxiliary of seventyfive members and a separate treasury of 1400 There are about 5000 people in that city who it is said can speak Irish The Irish Standard says the plans for the new Hibernian Hall building at St Paul as well as the articles of incorpora tfon are nbw nearing completion and soon we may hear the glad tidings of the great work prospering after the ground is broke in the springIRev Father Clarke has been grand marshal for the great paradechosenI Louis on St Patricks day Every in the city will participate City parishI and County President Fitz ride at the head of the Hibernian will constitute the largest division WhOI The smoker and Informal entertain ment given two weeks ago by Division 10 of Providence was a record one When President Dillon breaklnKI assembly to order there were 500 people present After a collation had been served and cigars distributed there were addressee vocal and instrumental ruu Jc recitations and a boxing contest The cxerri e came to a pleasant conclu riou by the members andsinging God 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