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JI I 1 a r i1 Y H KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANJ 1 it i VOLUME XIINO 12 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 19 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTS i RECEPTION J National Organizer Ryan Re f colYCd Enthusiastically Last Sunday h r Told of Encouraging Future of io Ancient Order of fSpoke Hibernians of What tho Order HasI Accomplished in Past V Few Years WILLBENEFIT THE LOCAL DIVISION- I Seats in Hibernian halt were at a premium last Sunday afternoon whenl r Mr John Ryan organizer of the Ancient Order of Hibernians was introduced by County President Patrick T Sullivan A finef outpouring not only of the memo berstbut of other Irishmen as well wasl never seen here at any meeting Tba- Mr Ryan whom the assembled Hibery nians wished to honor was gratified wa shown in the eloquent address and cordial bearing of that gentleman through out the evening After introductory remarks by Mr Sullivan Mr Ryan thanked the Hibernians for the great pleasure he felt at meeting so many friends saying that the memory of the occasion would always live in his mem ory He lad joined with the order In religious duties on Sunday morning in St P tricks church and bestowed warm praise on them as a body He explained l his mission which he said was tb make known the aims hopes and aspirations of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Many are unaware of the reasons for its exist ence and he regretted that all Irishmen are not members of the organization He dwelt on thehistory of the order begin ning with the penal lays of Ireland when it originated for the protection of the persecuted clergy Loyal Irishmen volunteered to act as sentinels and guards to notify their priests and the brethren when danger was near Those brave patriots stood by the faith and displayed most heroic traits These were the men who composed the Ancient Order in oldentimesiFbunded thlscouatry ciao 1830 it filled the place of the emlgra lion societies of New York and Boston There never was a movement at home or abroad that had not its moral and finan cial support when this movement was for the social betterment of clergy church rand people It has had to contend with obstacles but none of these obstacles were Irish ones Mr Ryan urged on his hearers the untold benefits of unity and resented the charge that we are a selfish or jealous people The retaining of the faith under such conditions as existed during the days of our forefathers sheds a luster glorious enough to reach us of today All who know the past must be pfdud Tend those who are ashamed of their ancestry are only degenerates A H guahledrbis hearers from arraying one elementakalbstanother t We do i nfct wish to array our people against any other The Ancient Order is big enough broad enough and good enough for any man Mr Ryan spoke of the possibili ties of the organization and the benefits to be derived therefrom He also re ferred to the proJapan spirit of the American press because our correspondents and the cables are suffering from English influences To acquire this influence has been Englands game for a century past In connection with this Mr Ryan told of the cartoon that appeared inttie Syracuse Herald about this time a year ago This was a caricature of Irelands saint The Irish population of Syracuse rose en masse against such an outrage and demanded an apology This not forthcoming as quickly as the Irish readers of that daily deemed it only just that it should they informed themanagera of the Herald that they would compel the journal to apologize on toshortnotice They apologized In con cluding this subject Mr Ryan paid his respects to the English Alliance He wisely told the Hibrnian brotherhood that tfieymust makejresearch outside of ordinalchannels for the true story of all that Irishmen have done for this country This story will inspire them with a rejoicing that Irish blood runs in their veins He candidly admitted that we are not all perfect and that flaws are apparent but asked any one to point out an Irishman who is known as a square man and can a more honest man than lie be found All that we can do is our best He spoke well of all organizations but thought that all eligible men should be members of the Ancient Order and thus fustrate the prescription that exists Unity again would in this instance do the work All were urged to consider that there may be eligible Irishmen living around them who might for the asking be brought into the organi zation They were told to avoid criticis lag Let each man think of his own faults and only point o+ t1he advantages of the order It is eveiiaiqre than a sick and death benevolent association It stands for much that Is broader and graader for Faith and for God They Were urged to extend to everyone the sympathy they themselves expect In mndndou Mr Ryan thanked the Hi 0niatr for the kind treatment be from tb m while hew 7L State President Keenan then came for ward and was received with applause He complimented the national organizer on the good work that had been done by that gentlemen and echoed the advice given by Mr Ryan on striving to gain members for the A O Hand hoped that a still greater number than we have now would belong to the order by the next national convention InJact none should be satisfied with theirefforts in this respect until whatever church they next visit be filled members alone of this A O H President Dan Walsh of New Albany also came to hear Mr Ryan and asked all to bear in mind the advice of the sage organizer He deferred to County President Fleming who in turn expressed his pleasure at being present County Secretary James OHara was satisfied with all and regretted the earls departure of Mr Ryan He said that it had been a long time since any Louis AlbanySOHara hoped that the pleasant fellow ship that once existed between the Louis villa and New Albany divisions would be again renewed He referred to the cus intdays past and reminded the Hibernians that New Abany has an ever ready wel come for their brethren on this side the river State Secretary William Meehan totSundayyI gratified to meet and hear the visitor from Buffalo Then was given a heart felt clapping of hands in honor of the Hon John Ryan To follow the advice given byhim should be the aim of every Hibernian What heart would not beat high when it heard the praise of our mothers wives and daughters The words spoken at such a meeting would cheer any one Mr Joseph Mc Ginn and Mr George Butler were also present and joined their commendation to all that was said Con Ford was there also but suffering from a severe cold Martin Cusick paid Mr Ryan the compliment of placing him with P J OCon nor the biggest little Irishman he had ever met President Thomas Quinn ex pressed pleasure at being present to hear Mr Ryan as did also James Barry who thought that Mr Ryan spoke like a Kentuckian which was intended com plimentary to the national organization ExState Secretary Coleman thought it the duty of all on occasions of this kind to express their best thoughts He dwelt upon the necessity of using discre tion in accepting new members Always look to the duality while practic log the grand prlnclpres of ties order vz Unity Friendship and Christian charity He asked all to aid in developing both the social and fraternal features and to- be faithful in attending the meetings where naught but good is found and heard He enlarged also upon the employment clause of the order and spoke of the good treatment which all members will receive Mike Tynan spoke of the Easter Monday concert for the orphans given at the Auditorium when Miss MacCarthy will appear Mr Pat Holly called attention to the vitality of the Ancient order that it should always exist resting as it does upon the basis of faith He alluded most kindly to the splendid gathering of men on that morning in St Patricks church He bad also a good word for the Catholic knights of America Mr Holly re minded his hearers of the good work done for widows and orphans by the A O H having distributed to these since its formation the magnificent sum of 13000000 At the conclusion of this memorable meeting all the members were presented to Mr Ryan who in turn was glad to meet his brother Hibernians National Organizer Dennis Ryan is now at work in the Southern States or ganizing new divisions and in a general manner booming the order Through the work of our national organizers 125 new divisions have been added during the past year the order having increased in membership at the rate of about 2000 members a month The administration of National President James Dolan has been the most successful in the history of the organization replete with great results and marked by a conservative and patriotic policy The Manchester Emerald wisely sug gests that in endeavoring to increase the membership or outrival a sister division care should be taken that undesirable names are not presented for admission to the order Such members are not of much use and instead of advancing the Interests of a society are by their conduct an injury to its success and welfare How many are proposed and initiated who are afterwards suspended within a year Always know the men proposed are worthy of being elected and are fit to become members w NEW MEETING PLACE The Catholic Club met lastMonday evening in the Catholic Womans Club House instead of at the Louisville Hotel as formerly The dab has decided to hold its meetings henceforth in the library and banquet room of this new and popular Catholic exchange Mr Thomas Walsh was reelected Presideut M4 Frank Geher Vice President A- frdie Burkley Recording Secretary Mr James Hines Treasurer The club comprises fortyeigUt members is a social aad literary one and affords recreation to many of the foremost Members of the legal and medical profession An enjoy able banquet formed the leading feature the tat meeting Waldpalql II 0 1 e e VARIED INDUST BUILDING IONEOF THE ATTRACTIVE WORLDS PAIR BUILDINGS LADIES AUXILIARY Plan to Arrange Reception For Miss Maude McCarthy The Ladies Auxiliary A O H had its regular meeting last Wednesday evening in Hibernian Hall Resolutions of sympathy were recorded on the death of Mr Hugh J Higgins The obligation of Miss Mary ORourke took place and a motion made and carried for the Hibernian Choral Society to hold its next meeting next Monday night at the residence of Mrs J Cunningham 1012 West Walnut street After the meeting adjourned all the members went in a body to the residence of Mr William M Higgins to view the remains and offer prayers for the repose of the soul of Mr Hugh J Higgins Another meeting will be held tomorrow night at Hibernian Hall to which all are invited JtYa des ded i atwthGneeting sou Wednesday evening that the song which the Hibernian Choral Society will learn during the week will henceforth be pub lished in the Kentucky Irish American This will enable many to become familiar with these beautiful songs and at the same time show readers of this paper what the society is doing For this Issue we give them LET ERIN REMEMBER THE DAYS OF OLD Let Erin remember the days of old Ere her faithless sons betrayed her When Malachy wore the color of gold Which he won from the proud invader When her kings with standards of green unfurled Led the Red Branch Knights to danger Ere the Emerald gem of the Western world Was set in the crown of astranger On Lough Neaghs banks where the fisherman strays In the clear told eves declining lIe sees the round towers of other days In the waves beneath him shining So shall memory oft in dreams sublime Catch a glimpse pf the days that are over And sighing look thro the waves of time For the long faded glories they cover JAILER PFLANZS GOOD RECORD In the care Of the Court House Jailer Pflanz has just shown another proof of his efficient management his last report to the Fiscal Court showing a balance of 2000 left over from the annual allow ance The custody of the jail is another source of pride lo the popular jailer this institution being a model of its kind in regard to discipline and cleanliness COLLEGE EXHIBIT The many friends and old pupils of St Marys College will be gratified to learn that that famed educational institution is preparing an exhibit for the Louisiana Purchase Exposition The President Rev Father Tennessy desires that old pupils send their photos to the college as a number of them will be placed in the exhibit SISTERS DISPLAY The Sisters of Nazareth Academy near Bsrdstown have prepared a splendid and valuable collection for the Kentucky exhibit at the Worlds Fair Among the articles is an excellently executed por trait of Goy Beckuam handsomely framed All of our Catholic educationall institutions will have exhibits there FOR WORTHY CAUSE Tickets have been issued for the raffle of a handsome parlor suite for the benefit ofUraPat Burke 537 East Caldwell street to occur April 9 This la a de serving case Mr Burke who died only a week ago was ill for inauynmontheof cancer of the tongue to tbathU means were exbaaasted before death rcHeyed tetra MM Burke ia an xnrgtHc t good woman wtpb dmenraa the sympathy of all goo fritladii II- tJ r a U SUDDEN DEATH a Hugh Higgins Quickly Called to His Maker by an Accident The funeral of Hughufc HIggins took place Thursday mornlag from the Sa cred Heart church Thl interment was in St Louis cemetery in consecrated ground if There was a large con negation at the solemn requiem mass rather Walsh the rector of the chur h feelingly re erred to the many admirable qualities of the deceased The funeral cortege to the cemetery was made up of a large con course of friends of the deceased and of his surviivng family the pallbearers were Will Daly and Loud Kleffer representing Mackin Council Thomas Quinn and P J Welsh representing the Hibern ians Charles Parsons epresenting the repreeeningthefThe sudden death of Hugh J Higgins on Tuesday morning came as a shock to the entire community At 0 oclock the sound of a pistol shot was heard in the office of the Kentucky Irish American Little attention was paid to it for the moment but finally Mr William M Higgins went down stairs to apprise the police authorities that some one had fired a shot in the lavatory adjoining the office and to come and investigate The investigation disclosed the fact that Hugh Higgins had gone into the water closet and while arranging his clothing a revolver which he carried in his pocket was accidentally discharged The bullet entered the left breast penetrating the heart It was an accident pure and simple Ten minutes before it happened Hugh Higgins was talking cheerfully to his friends It had been his custom to come to the office early but on tbismorning he was a little late and this probably confused him in arranging his clothing with the result that the pistol that he carried was discharged with the result as stated The theory that Hugh Higgins committed suicide which was first intimated is preposterousThe resolutions were adopted at a special meeting held Tuesday night by Mackin Council WiiBRBAS God in his mercy and supreme judgment bus seen fit to call to His eternal home our beloved friend and brother Hugh J Higgins WJIISRISAS By his death the Young Mens Institute in general and Mackin Council in particular has lost one of its most loyal faithful and efficient mem bers and officers our church one of its most faithful children andadvocates the community an honorable and re spected citizen his associates a tried and true friend and his family a most loving and obedient son and brother There fore be it- RuorVBn That Mackin Council Y M L 205 in special session this lath day of March do extend to the bereaved of our deceased brother their most profound sympathy In this their hour of distress and recommend them to Him who alone can console them in this their sad hour Be it further RKSOIVBD That this council keep its charter and First Vice Presidents Chair draped for a period of thirty days and that the office of First Vice president which our deceased brother so faithfully and diligently administered be not filled until the expiration of thirty days as a mark of respect to his memory And be it further RESOIVBD That a copy of these reso lutions be spread upon the minute book of this council a copy furnished the Kentucky Irish American and a copy be printed the bereaved family Committee CHARGES RAInY FRANK MORGAN FRANK F MURPHY FRANK T ADAMS Sec JAS T1SaJCI1rJotvPres to St Patricks Day was celebrated in Chicago by aa elaborate banquet at the Anditoiiuia Anowr rYates sad bin Uffd beJBf k 4ti ad SUCCESSFUL Tho Tour of Miss McCarthy a Series of Successsritf Concerts Eastern Critics Loud in Their Praise of Her Per formauces Avoid tho Rush by Securing Reserved Coupon Tickets Early PROMOTERS LOOK FOR BIG CROWD Miss MacCarthy who will appear at the Auditorium Monday April 4 played this week to delighted audiences in St Alphonsus Hall Roxbury Mass A few excerpts taken at random from the Boston press will illustrate the favor in which Miss MacCarthys talent is held both at home and abroad The Boston Sunday Herafdsays Alter thfci overture was played the great serious and dignified D major violin concerto of Brahms the solo player being a most personable Irish girl of eighteen years Miss Maud MacCarthy What her caliber and her courage might be was intimated by her choosing this work so long reserved as one might say for Joachim and only undertaken in Boston heretofore by a few men of established command as violinists But her confidence and her true aiming ambition were justified by the performance of this slight girl unaffected gentle and quite almost to reserve in manner soft and serene but certain and strong in feeling She was soon recognized as one who needs no minor commendations but whoseSelf with her instrument and her art would win her acceptance and estab lish her position She evidently has not merely R disposition toward musical art She has talent for it and can exercise power through it Miss MacCatthy has ample technical equipment iin ease breadth and elasticity of bowing and swiftness clearness and accuracy of fingering Her tone is pellucid but warm and not coldly clear She has force too although her absolute strength has yet to grow She makes no apparent effort she resorts tono trickish display and she seems bent upon devoting herself and her acquirements to their best uses- There are scores of honorable and beauti ful violin writings every one of which is worth a symphony place and would have been far more favorable to virtuosity but she was ready to waive all their opportunities as to ask consideration onlyI for her artistry subordinating herself as Brahms meant his playor should to the service of the concerto as a unified whole Itmust not be supposed that Miss Mac Carthy plays only classical music Tis true that these difficult studies are ren dered by Miss MacCarthy but let it be distinctly nnderstood that the young lady plays most bewitchingly the songs and lays of her own sweet isle One Boston daly reminds us that her reper toire includes the whole range of music written for the violin and her rendition of Irish music has an Indescribable charm There will be a great rush for tickets toward the last day and this can all be avoided by purchasing these pow and until the morning or day of April 4 These tickets must be ex changed for coupon entitling owner to reserved seat at Baldwins on Fourth avenue or at the Auditorium box office As was announced in last weeks 1issue MrY Nevin Doherty and Mr James Roach both singers of pronounced programThereJ audience should greet Oils young woman who comes all the way how the home pf oar fortfaUMra to delight us With her n 0 C i violin The orphans of St Vincents Asylum will benefit also by our giving Miss MacCarthy a royal welcome and they will suffer the reverse if onr people do not turn out en mass- eGREAT SHOCK Doath of Miss Hattlo Giles Comes as a Painful Surprise The death of Miss Hettie Giles oc curred last Monday morning at the Sacred Heart Home where with her younger sister Miss Jennie Giles she had lived during several years Death was caused by typhoid fever Miss Hettie Giles was the daughter of the late Mr Lawrence Giles an old resident of Louisville and a well known contractor Since the death of their mother several years ago both daughters Misses Hettie and Jennie have spent very happy lives together in the Sacred Heart Home on Brook and College streets These ladies were graduates of Loretto Academy in the 70s and are still thought of most affectionately by the Sisters of that insti tution Miss Jennie Giles who also iis ill suffering from a fracture of the knee Is now the only surviving member ofa once large family She has the sympathy ofa wide circle of friends in this last bereavement TRINITY COUNCIL Novel FeaturosWIU Bo Intro duced at Meeting Mon day Night There will be a meeting of Trinity Council next Monday night to which all members are Invited Two very important i features will distinguish this 1 meeting one a mock trial in which j several members of the legal profession will participate and an address by a well l known and eloquent speaker These I features of the evenings programme will be very attractive and the President Mr Eugene Cooney is very anxious to j see all members present A PROMISING VOCALIST Miss Eugenic Cunningham whose beautiful voice has been the source of pleasure to a wide circle of friends since babyhood liasbeen placed for cultivation undertbecare Qf Stnor PgsgowbQ possesses the true Italian method for voice culture Though not yet fourteen years of age Eugenies voice has been pronounced by specialists as possessing remarkable virtues Prof Fusco is the intimate friend of Adellna Patti who presented him with a fine cluster diamond stud several years ago lIe has resumed bis class in this city sRECENT DEATHS The death of Mrs Mary Mulloy t widow of Patrick Muhoy occurred March 15 at her home 622 Fifteenthstreet The funeral took place from St Patricks church Friday morning Interment was in St Louis cemetery t Death entered the home of Mrs Hon orals Sullivan last Wednesday calling that good and venerable woman to her a reward in the seventysecond year of her age She was buried from St Michaels church of which she was for many years a faithful member Interment was in St Louis cemetery The death of Miss Paulina Bates brought sorrow to the home of Mr and Mrs Joseph Bates last Tuesday March I lovingfriendsPaul where mass was sung by Rev Father York The interment was in St Michaels cemetery Death reaps his harvest among the young as well as the old This week he gathered in Guy the bright little son of t Mrs Maggie Erdman of Twentyseventh and Magazine streets who has been with other little members of his family under the care of the Sisters of Nazareth at St Teresas Academy Mooleyville Ky lIe had just completed his eighth year and was much beloved by the Sisters J THE CZARS ARMY i The Russian empire possesses the biggest fighting machine in the world in the shape of its army and navy butII there is no other military force of which 1 the world knows so little so reticent are concerningeverything with their profession Even the numeri cal strength of the army is largely a matter of conjecture As nearly as can be reckoned the force available for carrying on the earlier stages of a war amounts to nearly 3100000 lint in forcecouldfighting men by the calling out of the c territorial reserve and thdniilitiat WOODLAND CAMPS DANCe Woodland Camp No 18 Woodmen of the World will entertain with a dance at Kentuckystreets committee in charge are John Cavanaugh John Schnell John Cawldy Moritz Ladealmrger and George J Voflrick lUpInM a plterening aassured in itdvamie U 0 C c IMPRESSIVE Wore the Ceremonies Thursday Morning at St Patricks Church Father OConnors Eloquent Tribute to Irolnnd nnd Her Patron Saint Pleasant Surprise For the VeryARev Father Cronin After the Mass OTHER CELEBRATIONS OF THE DAY The feast of St Patrick was celebrated with pomp and solemnity in St Patricks church where at 930 oclock solemn high mass was snug by the Very Rev J P Cronin N G Rev John OConnor of Holy Name church delivering the panegyric The reverend speaker paying an eloquent tribute to the life and work of the great Saint who with the possible exception of St Paul converted more souls to the faith delivered by Christ than any other missionary in the history of the church and that without a single martyrdom and without the shedding of a single drop of blood The speaker painted in glowing words which thrilled the hearts of his hearers the heroism and constancy of the sons and daughters of theever faithful isle who through jpersecution proselytism and exile re tmained true to the faith given to their ancestors by the Saint whose memory is honored with veneration wherever a Gael Is found and that is the world over In closing the reverend speaker exhorted his hearers to model their lives upon the example set by their holy patron insobriety constancy and zeal The following isa list of clergymen present Very Rev J P Cronin and Monsignor F Zabler and Rev Fathers L Ford H Westermann A J Brady JsOConnor G W Schuhmann Edwin Drewry George Weis J Rudolph D Murphy T White C P Raffo D OSullivan J Neesen Seraphim J B Peifer Hugh Brady E Schmitt R Craney J OConnell T York P Kellai BA9Cunningham + Melody W Gauspohl J Abell J T t Hill J Whalen H Connolly E A Martin and P J WalshaAfter mass a most pleasant surprise awaited the Very Rev Pastor A corn tnittee representing his parishioners beaded by Mr E J OBrien who in turn was preceeded by three policemen burst in upon the astonished Rev gentlemen as they were about to partake of dinner detached Father Cronin from their midst and led him to the schoolyard where they showed him a horse and buggy harnessed and ready for the road When upon his reply to a question offWhat he thought of it saying I think it a very fine turnout it was then and there presented to him by Mr OBrien spokesman of the committee as gift from his devoted parishioners and IS an appreciation of his labor in their behalf To say that the Rev gentleman was surprised would be drawing it mild He was much affected by the thoughtful ness and generosity of his people He thanked the gentlemen composing the committee and assured them that St Patricks was the best parish and the men of it the very best in the country The horse is a fine animal standing nearly seventeen hands high a splendid roadster and so gentle that a child can manage it It had not yet been named and was then and there given the name of Patrick in honor of the day and the saint The buggy is a rubber tired affair and the best that money could procure in cityWhile chargefexaggeration to say that he has earned and receives the love and esteem of every member of the parish 00 To the skill taste and labor of Mr P Jr King Sacristan is due the beautiful altar decorations at the mass The St Patricks day celebration at Liederkranz Hall under the auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians drew a large crowd in spite of the inclement weather The programme was an enter taininj one every number being well received The address by Emmet Slat tery was a masterly one and showedcare ful study of his subject Tom Walshs witty Irish sayings kept the house in an uproar throughout Too much praise can not be given Mike Tynan who man aged the affair everything being arranged nicely A banquet in honor of the day WM given at the Restaurant V tel by some of our leading citizens in honor of the day oasts being responded to by Judge Matt ODoberty and others SOME CURIOUS FACTS There are some curious facts about our calendar No century can begin oa Vcdnesday Friday or Sunday The same calendars can be used every twenty years October always begins on the same day of the weekas January April asJuly September as December February March and November begiaVoa theme days May June and August o always begin ra different days from each other and every other month In the year n tffn T7 I FQNTUOKY IRI8HA rzao2 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERffiftlt Mil noted to the Moral and Social Advaeceteseet of alt Irtal Atsertew KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc Bntered at the Lonlsvllle Postoftlco BS SecondCuss Matter Udietiall ComowfcattoBitotke KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 316 Westl gteca Sheet TRADES UNION snCOU CIL 0LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 19 1904 i IN MEMORIAM On the isth instant at 845 a m Hugh J Higgins departed this life in the twentythird year of his age He had led an upright pure life He was not only the pride of his parents but was like wise looked tip to by his associates allmodelall t and unexpected death came as a great shock to his friends to say nothing of the grief caused to his immediate family Hugh Higgins was faithful toII V every trust imposed upon He was obedient respectful and truthful and of a lovable disposi tion He had not an enemy in the world He approached holy com munion two days before his death His life has been as an open book For years he has assisted his father in the publication of this paper and was a great help and comfort to him Words fail to express the sorrow of parents In the loss of a loving child such as Hugh Higgins was any propriety forbids doing so at length in this journal the Scripture says Blessed are the dead who die in the Lord There is comfort to his family in fhe belief that he so died The funeral services were held at the Sacred Heart church Thursday with a requiem mass and the interment was in St Louis c- emeteryI A BAD MOVE a good deal of pressure the Board o Park Commissioners con sented to allow the Knights of Pythias to use the Western Park for their camping ground next August It is estimated that 60000 men will occupy the grounds If this be true the parka will be in bad shape after the encampmentPresident Castleman opposed the granting of the privilege on the ground that every Tom Dick and Harry could come along and ask for like privileges in the future It looks like Gen Castleman took the right stand The Knights of Pythias should have hired private grounds and paid for them as they are amply able to do The public parks ought not to be used for private purposes bnt the precedent having been set now all the lodges will want to use the parks for picnics and encampments TUB PRESIDENTIAL CONTEST The Democrats of Kentucky and of the country at large do not seem to be united on any candidate for the Presidency Probably this is best for the party An unknown r irtateeman generally makes the best race as happened in the case of Tames K Polk It is said that the friends of William Randolph Hearst of New York and William Jennings Bryan have formed a league to carry the country and fo nominate Mr Hearst However o this may be it is now apparent that the Democracy is not agreed dti any candidate and only the couenl ion will be able to decide Gorman Parker Cleveland Olney and others beside Hearst have been mentioned Thereds a growing sentiment in floor ef placing ac young cram at i tits hells of the ticket to make the fiqt against Roosevelt wbejs Jeo- tuyMttff acrid lu the eveat teat t ytttiHg + man would be selectedt to brad thee ticket George B McCW ItitI the prenent Mayor rf Wetr u- York City would probably be the choice Mr Meridians father was once the Democratic Presi dential nominee and was a popular one though unsuccessful The Democratic Party baa a chance to win the Presidential con test with a conservative platform and a safe man at the head of the ticket Though the Democratic leaders in Kentucky are not at present dwelling in harmony the rank and file are as loyal as ever to Democratic principles and Ken tucky will undoubtedly cast its electoral vote for the tiominee no matter who he may be From present indications there will be a lively contest over the selection of the delegates from Kentucky to the national convention THE LATE LEGISLATURE The Kentucky Legislature has adjourned without doing much to upset present or previous condi tions The Assembly which ad journed on Tuesday was a fair representation of the kind of men- the whole people desire to represent them Most of the representatives refused to vote for bills which would promote gambling in cures or to allow other obaoxious inno vationsThis was notable in the case of the Guffy bill which sought to allow slot machines to be operated in Louisville Taken altogether the recordof the Legislature just adjourned is to be commended The Louisville members acquitted themselves with credit and honor No scandal has been mentioned even in the opposition press in connection with the Louisville delegation in the as sembly CENTRAL PARK The city has at last secured Cen tral Park for a public play ground for the children It ought to be understood at the outset that the park is not to be used exclusively by the people living on Fourth avenue and vicinity but by tthe whole town There should be no fences around the park and every body should be made welcome The many kind messages of ton dolence received by the editor of this paper during the past few days from Protestants Jews and those of no particular religious creed has made him feel that though he lived to be zoo years of age he could not repay them When affliction visits the heart ft is com forting to have the sympathy of our fellowmen but when this sympathy comes from unexpected quarters it is truly a solace and a benediction The indications are that the present spring and summer will be the busiest es record for carpenters bricklayers ant all members of the building trades The members of the various labor unions are disposed to be fair with their employers aad the reports that there pie to be strikes is un authorized There are walking delegates tatoosg tte Kmptdy f9 Associations as well AS among the labor unions who try to foawat- ii trouble I IHon David H Smith Congress man from this State promises his aosfatftace toward securing the passage of the bills fitf the erection of monuments to Commodore Barry and Capt OBriea the two peat naval hares of the RevolutioL- He thinks thtfe measure appeal to mry Americastkepatriadsmofaq l those lint F a i o 1 himself who have the pure warm bloodof the sow of the Emerald Isle lowing through their veins SGG1ETV Miss Belle Brooks of StauntonVa is the guest si Miss Mazy Tyler Miss Celia Laveu has just returned froth a two weeks visit toNew York City Miss Apes Ftaaagan of Wet Oak street Is visiting at Pass Christian Miss Miss Lietie Hartnett has been seriously ill for the pest week at her home 722 Oldham street Charles Score left yesterday for Mar tinsvflle with the hope of recuperating front a severe attack of rheumatism Bea Barr of the Leskvil1e Nashville molding shops has returned to work after an illseu of several weeks Mr and Mrs John Kelly of Jefferson vile leave beea visiting relatives at Madison Mlat Hianle Fowler a pretty visitor from Blkabetbtowa spent last week with Miss Anna Riled Miss Margaret Flaherty the milliner is home after a tea days vWt to New York Mr aad Mrs M McGrath of 925 West Broadway are rejoicing over the ai rival of a fine boy this week MlM Anna Pinu of 713 Fourth avenue suffered a relapse last week but is doing fairly well today Miss Marie Kennedy has returned to Shelbyville after a pleasant visit to friends in Cherokee drive Corporal John RelHy Is rapidly recov ing from recent illness and expects to be able to resume his duties in a short while Miss Rose Maloney has returned to her home in Jeffersonville after a de lightful visit with Mrs Will Hollenback at Seymour Mrs John L Rheitn spent last week at Seymour Ind the guest of Miss Maggie Phelan and was entertained quite ex tensively Phil Bohrman well known carrier of South Louisville haa recovered from a recent Illness and is now able to be at work Thomas Henley formerly a wet known Louisville man but now located in New York is home on a visit to his family and friendsTom Sullivan formerly of this city but now located on the Knoxville divis ion of the Louisville Nashville rail roadmade a lying trip here during the past week Miss Marcella Meagher daughter of Df J Meagher left Monday for a trip to the Adiroadack mountains with the hope of recovering her health Miss Elizabeth Tanner of Huntington W Va is visiting here aathe guest of her sister Mrs William Walaou of 1135 Dmnesnil street Margaret and Lillie Godfrey have just I TayII the recipients of many social attentions Joe Burke the well known traveling dry goods salesman is ill at his home with typhoid fever it having developed after a sickness of three or four days Mrs Charles Wright nee Duane has joined her husband at Frankfort Mr Wright now being connected with one of the State departments Patrolman Roger McDermott is now enjoying Lie ten days furlough Roger Iia a faithful and efficient officer and de served a much seeded rest Mrs Louis L Pow entertained with apart on St Patricks day The favors and cream were green is hoaqr of the day John Fahey the popular stenographer is rapidly Improving from his recent ill ness aad has the best wishes of bin many frienda for the entire recovery his health Mark Hughes of W L Lyons Com pany writes from LM Vegas New Mer ico that hew rapidly improving in his health having been there during the past tour weeks Tke eagagtmeateC Jacob LuebJg smd Miss Sneer Babeeck Is aaetiBeed tetafee place ia April Mls Babceck k pepukir ia the soatbera part ef the city where eke temdea Mr LaeHgp h the well known baker at Seventh and Oak streets Nick Pontdch Jrr sons of the well known florist has left for Huatingburg WVa to take charge of a floral e tab Ushment there Sir Pontrich hu the beat wishes of his many friends bere fer successkisaAxna KMS ef JefferseavHIe and Mr Fred Ewe treated their friesdtf to a great BarpriBe1 ltWednesday by a quie- tIArrlgeeeremaay lit NeW Albany on the Bforaiitg of toeltftb The young people have manly friend in the Falls CHJea wae wick them good tuck in their nuetrhuobklventete i Mrs M Rtttxterbf New Yorkefty k visiting her moteriKra W C HdaJoa eon of 1010 Welt Jrfersaa street Mrs Ifatsferifla DMtttffut Soataertl woawn fensMrlyof South Caretiaa slid Lout iisaai tat sfaoe her MBrrtig she IMM dweHfa the North tliasigh tafe does riot eew to kate ch tog d say lhmnay eMrtmrof abs eotar AcWftI1iew Her mother ibwrf tttw 4ui ibttfir WB k J 1- I a4cwiltleareferbKbaeaeC u I GOOD MEETING Y M I Grand Directors Hold Pleasant and Profit able Session The Board of Grand Directors of the Young Heaa Institute met in this city last Sunday aad Monday and during their stay were the guests of Mr James B Kelly Grand President of the Ken tucky Jurisdiction Those in attendance were the following Joseph E Piazza Chairman and William OConnor of this city Arthur J Smith Lebanon Ky James B Clark Owensboro Wm J Dawson New Haven Joseph Alberman Frirnkfort George J Lautz Grand Secre tary John J Barry Supreme Director John J Crotty President of Satolli Conri clll Eugene J Cooney President Trinity Council and Harfy Jt Swann Chairman of the new ritual committee The Board selected August 22 and 23 as the time of meeting of the Grand Council in the city of Lexington The Auditing Committee reported the examining of the Secretary and Treas urer books and that the jurisdiction was in excellent condition In was de cided to Issue a directory of all the mem bers of the entire jurisdiction as soon us practical Some I encouraging reports were made on organization by Grand President Kelly Tbe new ritual has been printed and has been sent out to all the councils THe Board before adjourn- Ing voted Mrs Kelly a rising vote of thanks for the elegant report and con gratulated her on her culinary ability The melting besides being a pleasant occasion was a profitable one for the order SALE Of BOX SEATS Box seats for the Maude MacCarthy concert can be o tained at Mulloys cof fee store 214 West Market street and Dougherty and Keenan 1225 West Market The price of these seats is 150 each t GOT THE JOB I was much mused the other day said an uptown hardware dealer at aI small boy who 4me around looking for a job Out of the clerks had dropped a lot of harp pointed tacks into a drawer of brass screws and had given up the idea of taking them out When the youngster turned up look ing for a job we thought we would try him out by letting him sort the two articles He went at it the same way he had began picking out the tacks with his fingers asd getting the point of every third tack in the ball of his thumb He had enough in about a minute and be straightened up We all began to smile expecting him to give up the job Instead of that he went over to the show case and picked out a horseshoe magnet Then he came back to the box la thirty seconds he had the tacks out and the screws were still in tho com partmeut He knew that the magnet would attract ires and not brass and in a jiffy be had accomplished what we had been trying to dp all the morning We didat really need a boy but this chaps smartness appealed to us and we find him so handy to have around that next Saturday he gets a raise DRAWING AND SALE There will be B drawing and sale for the benefit of St Williams church at the ae tool ball Thirteenth and Wilson streets Thursday evening April 21 to begin at 8 oclock There are many haadsome articles to be disposed of dur log the evening HUSTLERS YOU KNOW FRANK DUGAN the efficient Inspector of Weights avid Measures is making a good record In that office Spme time ago an ordinance was introduced to abolish the office but after Investigation wen shown that the bureau is a very necessary part of the city government Mr Dugan will see that all scales in use in the city are cor rect and that no short measures are used in the markets or by peddlers JI EMMET ST ArTERY U one of the rising young attorneys of Louisville Although he has been en gaged In the practice of law but a short time he has forced himself to the front sad iis recognised as one of the brightest young men atthe bar He baa a bright future before Wa Mr Slattery takes a prominent part In the affairs of the Young Meaa institute He is a lIOn of JOHB J SlatttPresident of the Todd Donigan Iron Company His father is use of the most highly respected business maon Mate street as well as one f the moat intelllgeMaud upright JAMBf J SHBLLEY tepepsdar Preheat of Mackia Corns eil is BOW coaaeeted with a large Cia eianati hardware house and has bees quite saccearfui All his frieada lathe Y My Iad they are legion will be glad to knowof Ws prosperity- SPALD 1KJ COLEKAN hM shown that be iis a good busies Wan je hip recent deal with the Park CoamfeifoiHtfs for Cratnl Park Hearse seeded ia gtttiag 73kOOO for the property white tWM predicted altalong tW otmore tbaa ji150050 would ever be given lot k Mr ColwMH WM UM agent for the da Pont heirs and heW out until he got Wf psiae Hk friends are orgrtektiaghksi HELLO JiLLhCffANdH Hello Bill HeghM who has carried the man iatUttwlek for the past twelve years s4 me el then most popular catrien ia the avis baa been aa I pgaeel ePW Where ke erica rhe retlde ta of ilffierkk are awful sorry l for the change aedwihtDt1i a coq inited appraeiiittMf C hh iwrvtoM hi bta lewdtstrlcf n n 0 n- n mm THEATER cocks Out Its Louisville Union Husieiafis and ImportedScab Alt friends ot and sympathizers with Unions are respectfully requested to withhold their palronaga from this theater until further notice from the American Federation of Musicians LOCAL No 11 IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORY A O IID- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanVice W Dougherty Recording SecretaryMark Ryan Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank lreet- TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month President Con J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kel ranFinancial Secretary john T Keancy 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month QuinnViceRecording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street Treasurer George J Butler i SergeantatArms Pat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut RelltyTreasurer DIVISION 1 JEPFBRSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaua Hall County PresIdentJohn Kenney County Vice PresldentJ B Murphy PresIdentRobert Gleason Vice PresIdentDanlelGUl Recording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial SecretaryThos OHern TreasurerMartIn Goss- SenUnetAtphonllO ConstantIne SergeantatArmsMlchael Noon Y IWt I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President James Shelley First Vice PresIdentHugh J Hig ginsSecond Vice President Fred Herp Recording SecretaryFrank Adams Financial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- Corresponding Secretary Frank P BurkeTreasurerPrank F Murphy MarshalGeorge F Simonis Inside Sentinel Frank Lanahan Outside Sentinel John Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at tbe Club House 718 East Gray Street President Cooney First Vice PresldentJ L Cunniffe Second Vice PresidentJoseph F Bell Recording Secretary Eniil E Mouth Corresponding Secretary Arthur C LauerFinancial SecretaryRobert G Goe belTressurerWi11lam N Gast MarshalM F Morris Inside SentinelJacob Pfalzer Outside Sentinel M F Ziegler Spring styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbr- ellasQUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Lead in quality style reputation and merit Universally acknowledged to be STANDARD OF EXCE- LLENCEGEHERSON 217 MarketSt near Second THE WORD WIFE Every bride sets out with the intention of making a good wife and yet many fait Some fall because they draw a poetical rather than a practical view of their new duties and when they find that there is a large amount of prose ia married life they are disheartened and give up trying Others fall because they do not realize all that is included IB the word wife It is a word which means a weaver It takes ua back to the time when the mis tress of the house sat among her maidens and wove the materials for personal wear and household use to work willingly with the bHd1e tube a wife in a literal sense but there is a highersense in which a wife ha weaver It la when frikH dull tfcnad ef We she weaves a fabric which makes home the Woet attractive pke on earth for her HUsbaHdand children Wow the reMonwhy eo many fall is because although their hot are pattern of matasss aed good o they luck tkeI IIJIitk et lore whisk uaaaterwr the for- Walk of the how into a home u n CONFIRMATION SHOWINGS ARE NOW COMPLETE AT THE BIG STORECONFIRMATION OUTFITTING IS SO EASY ANN INEXPENSIVE AT THE BIG STORE Boys excellent black and blue cheviot confirmation knee pants suits 120 200 250 Splendid all wool blade clay worsted and pure wool black and blue thibet 350 500 and 700 Boys first communion and confirmation longpants suits of dark blue and black cheviot and thibet 4 5u 750 High class black and blue clay worsted any size 750 and 10 Boys furnishings and hats for confirmation THE BIG STOREMILTON M MARBLESTONE CO 1Matht1 e i4 et KENTUCKY IIF1I H f1frERIp4 I IAtOl3LtOS FAIf BflltUOT I VOTB FOR ADDRESS SIGNED Saturday Mar 19 1904 ss 1IItilI II II1E1II Dry Roasted Coffee 3 LOS FOR SOC Every coffee expert knows that DRY ROAST ED coffee is the best and houseke ers who me it say that my dry roasted quality k the beet in Louisville Good quality 3 lbs for 60c better qualities a little more Phoneme a trial order MULLOY COFFEE 1 ROMTUR = Home Phone 1313 214 W MARKET STREET CUb HHI+HI 111 11 1 HMHMIHH1 1 1 1tr111HI1 tII I r IL t f N44HICKEY SAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball PoolV M J HICKEY Proprietor Horne Telephone 384 248 W Jeffexraoxx t MHHH ttt t N144f4F- INE It Hit It t If H tn If It WINES OKAMPAGNEg AL KOLJB345 West Green StreetLIQUORS CIGARS to H ftt hE ll l Millilooll i ii6oi IIJESIONBRS ANt BUILDBRSOJ1II Ii MonumentsIIIArUlUo I SmiT1ftHftDHDHHJJ SHE IS CRYINGBe- cause She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma to CHICAGOI ON THR T FSJrf In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CARL If PassengefAgextLonlsvllle PRANK J REED General Pdsner Agent C H ROCKWELL traffic V 1 McDOSL Pterid tad General Mslsrga SECRET OF POWER What iras the secret taoaes power What bad she done Absolutely nothing but radiant smiles beaming good humor the tact of divining what everyone feH and everyone wanted told that she had get out of self and learned to think of others BO that at one time It showed itoelf by sweet word at another by saeethiBg aa invalids pillow at another by soothing a sobbing child Nose hut she saw those tWnj9 Neb- tltBtOriag heart could see thee That wen the secret of her heavenly power Teoeewko will be feud la trial capable of great acts of teve ia ever the one who 1 k always doing evaaiderate small ones A wwd of sympathy will lighten the- hesagieatsorrow U 1 t+ 1 Make 1189 DieiiL AND PARSONS T II IHehl and A E Partons have opened a Jladies tailormade skirt ew porium in Room 314 Tyler puildfog esperieacedingIve perfect fit and satisfaction M reasonable prtcea to all who give tfresa a call A SAD MISSION PMrehi ae Jaawa Twebit ttartnd from CWiMtgOj were be went tto HteaA the funeral of his sWer linlkaieel who formerly lived here sad wrt wlt kagvu FMlieftOiwaa sterKlsg yw- ttlltS ere irtaf tkw4r iid ewr Mi U rrwe J i f U fc yfllljjj tSSlX1 NTUOKY IRfIa rira3IrsaraNcc I+tll II 1 Ill Z t 1 ItIHIHHH HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 R S J EAERETT7 FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST 11 AIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late hmbaod under the same firm same at 838 Cast Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT 111 JoI1 N I 1111 11 11Iu1 1 111I TtdI1hIi11 I I I I I II- II e X Ng XgNg S Xg L D BAX 1 Funeral Director and Embalmer TI3LICP1iOxlii s i360 iCarriages For All occasions 700 E CHESTNUT ST CB THOMPSON FLORISIROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS M2 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson 91 Both Telephones 1050 AU orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaran- teedNORTH STARRE- FRIGERATORS Solid hardwood extra well constructed with cork filling and asbestos lining ALWAYS GIVES SATISF- ACTIONGEHERSON 217 Market St near Second PIR M ANDRlOf 8SONS I WiIIONN MINUFRCTURER3 e Carriage nalring and Rilhr TIres 295 and 207 WEST ORI3EN ST 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 longer This machine is so simple acid 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 finest antlpeildlumsbreaking a thread button etc Try a youwillfor it You can try it before you buy it Wringers that will last a lifetime made by the same firm t1ANftofi g oz OOIwIS AOE5PJTS 1462 STORY AVENUE DRINK I11601lJI UU- WhiSkU BOTTLED BY HENRY C LAUER 407 EM Jefferson Strut TELEPHONE 1140 LOAN M I9UULS Lu IOAMCO m ICfII gtJLlRJltflMR i 6 THE NEW POLICY ISSUED BY The Prudential is a plain and simple promise to pay containing no contusing technicalites Ages 16 to 66 Amounts 500 to 100000 policyaton request to CLARENCE He ZOOKy Speola1 A ejznt ROOM aio NORTON BUILDING DOTH PHONES 3489 Illinois Central Railroa WINTER TOURIST TICKETS Now on sale to NEW ORLEANS LA and other points in the South also to HOT SPRINGS ARK Only line running through per Excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas For information as to tickets rates connections etc call on or address W J McBride C P A Fourth and Market or F W Harlow D P A Louisville NTACAULBYSMonday The Tuneful Musical Comedy ROGERS BOIIIN LONDON BUCKINGHAM REEK COMMENCING SUNDAY MABOH 20 HttlntH SttBdiy Monday Weantidar Saturday THE LEADER OF THEM ALL TransAtlanticBurlesquers A Host of Comedians Delightful comedy brilliant Costumes tuneful music picturesque sceneryand latest song hit- sHOUSEHOLD HINTS Dried lemon or orange peel put in a box with cookies will give them a de licious flavor The coffee and tea pots should not be washed iu the water in which the dishes have been washed Wash them with fresh hot water without soap Then fill with boiling water Small paper bags should be kept on hand to be used for covering lamp chlm neys after they have been cleaned They will keep the chimneys free from dust and steam Mirrors should be cleaned by rubbing them with dry tissue paper Never use water on them as it will be soaked up by the frame and besides the back of the mirror will be ruined in time Baked eggs are nice for breakfast But ter an earthenware dish and break the eggs into it without breaking the yolk Bake until the yolks are set and do not allow them to run together in the dish Kerosene oil will make tin tea kettles as bright as new Rub with a woolen ragThe fibre ofa baked apple will cook evenly only when the core is removed before cooking- A paste of crude potash and whiting brushed over a grease spot on marble will remove the stain Funlture may be relieved of Ink stains by applying solution of nitre and water with a brush If grease spots appear OB the wall paper they may be eradicated with a piece of blotting paper and a hot flatiron- BUCKINatIAM Beginning tomorrow matinee Ute TransAtlantic Burlesquers will appear fee ore weeks engagement at the Buck- Ingham This show has a national repu tation in their line for carrying a merry crowd of comedians d rJ8queralna- dditlonto all the newest witsle end latest sang hit Eight big vaudeville specialties are iatrateeed ia the olio WEARING OF THE GREEN businessioral f wrofaaa and humble aborer at Patricka tiny was generally efcierfeJL ttqr a tMiveraal wearing of the shamrock greets tierce tibbtw BOCK BEERl Out Today and Tomorrow Frank Fehr Brewing Co George J and John M Christ Phoenix Brewing Co Schaefer=Meyer Brewing Co Senn Ackerman Brewing Co George Wiedemann Brewing Co Paul Reising Brewing Co IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The clerks of the Waterford County Council have left their employment on strike as they would not agree to con tinue working on the terms of their appointment viz at so much for the work performedAt inquest held at Knocklong on the body of David OMahoney a driver from Charleville who disappeared from Kuocklong and whose body was found in the River Commogue a verdict of found I drowned waa returned Mr McGovern M P for West Cavan is lying dangerously ill at his residence Gortmore suffering from cancer of the liver His condition showa no improve ment A great allround Irish day will take place in Rathkeale in April next under the auspices of the Gaelic League Brass and fife and drum bands are to contest for valuable prizes Irish step dancing songs recitations in the Irish language with grand exhibitions from the Irish Pipers Club Upward of one hundred boys and girls are to sing In Gaelic It will be the greatest Irish day ever seen in RathkealeThe m Young Ireland Society met two weeks ago to consider designs submitted for the proposed national monument in Skibbereen and after a long discussion came to the conclusion that the designs submitted by J K Bracken of Templemore was the most suitable Intelligence has reached Keamore that during A thunderstorm five head pf cattle the property ofa farmer named James McCarthy in the townland of Lisa near SMcm were killed by lightning One of the cattle waa in the cowheUse and the four others were hear the door of an Outhouse the gable of which was badly damaged It appears McCarthy himself bad a narrow escape Ob he was approach ing the outhouse when the occurrence took place We regret to announce the death of John Rahllly which flccarred at his residence in Cork City after B severe illness suptberSouthwardvarious national organizations founded within the past quarter of a century and he was a well known and popular dtjaeu It Ie witk feelings of regret we an soumee the death of Miss Eliaebetk Mary IrwJe daughter f Mr and MM Patrick Irwin turacurra House Milford Chark ville The deceased young lady entered aefriiorttiae ego and after a brW illness passed peacefully away fortified with all the rights of holy church The Catlle dnl wee specially dMptd forttietuaerl when the rental were bfougUt there Mud heCXItt B Jt swrrottairi by HghUd JB tkHei4A with 4 beeatlW wreath plead odiIIena 0 f- n ELOQUENT SERMON Eulogy of St Patrick Do ll vpred by Roy Father Gauspohl The Kentucky Irish American regrets exceedingly that it can not publish in full the eloquent sermon delivered by Rev Father Gauspohl last Sunday morning on the patron saint of Ireland Following is a brief synopsis of the sermon the text of which was taken from the words of Isaias the prophet to Abraham the man of faith Look into the rock whence you are hewn St Patrick was this rock of the Irish church No man ever accomplished such work as he and no people were so true as the Irish were j IflowI I enIcourageI faith live up to it and even die it if i necessary The reverend speaker pictured the life and work of St I PatrickII placing vividly before the eyes of 1 pie the scene on the Bill of Tara when Irelands great apostle won to the faith the assembled chiefs and their followers Before St Patrick left the country hun dreds of churches had been built as well as scores of monasterlesimorethan 3000 priests ordained and Bishops consecrated besides having the consolation of knowing that the whole island had been converted The reverend speaker went on to say that St Patricks work was as enduring as the everlasting hills Nations have risen and fallen since then Nothing is now left of the mighty empire of the Cccsars save heaps of ruins but as the ages roll on the teachings of St Patrick became stronger in their hold upon the world They endure in the hearts of the people and are continued in the church of God The characteristics oft this wonderful aposUtwere bequeathed to his successors and the result was that Erin became the IslaM of Saints ns well as of scholars Question went bandin and with religion School and universities equal to those of Grand Rome sprang up at different paints Attracting the youth of other countries who came in search of knowledge and were not disappointed Among the great missionaries to whom Ireland gave birth ColuakiU was after St Patrick the greatest of all rather Gaiupohl1 presented incontrovertible argunwato to show that the Irish people are fuUy cape ble of selfgovernment Among thiw may be counted some of the greatest warriors UtMtnea ade eie4r that th world baa seer He wale pleased to see so large u audience 8H4 WM glad te tell them about St Patricklsetead of waiting until Thursday After mats a delegation of Irishmen called oe JNther Gauspehl 1 sad ext a4 d tbtk een eMulations MASONIC THEATER Paul Revere an exciting dramael the early Revolutionary periOd will bed MxVwweks offeringett eMasonicThee- ter with Robert Butler VT the tUkrole The phaywlUbe be AIarWy staged presented tif a cowipiuriy of comptifdi pswpia j HIBERNIANS What They flave Rasp 091P the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 3 will meet Monday night and will probably take action on Hugh J Higgins death he being on earnest worker in that division Division I will hold its regular meeting Tuesday night and will hear a report of the St Patricks entertainment given last night President John Hennessey expects a large attendance of Divison 4 next Wednesday night as matters of import discussedI iou of National prove a big inceptive to the order in this city The Hibernian of the State of New York have contributed 250 to the fund for the resurrection of the Irish language The Milwankec Hibernians celebrated St Patricks day with a musical enter tainment and address by Prof J G MoBsgban of tbe Department of Com merce Washington D C Over 1500 men Were in Ijne in the Stt Patricks day parade in Providence R I Division f Ladies Auxiliary pf the A prgdpethefirst week in April President Mike Tjraan pf DjlvUion 1 has obtained a reputation as a mpag of musical entertainme ata as the jtalpail for the St Patricks day eatMtainsjent waa secured by Liar St Patricks day in Schaectady N Y was celebrated by the Hibernians With a big parade reviewed by National Pre dent Dolan State President SlaUery the Mayor and s other city officials Is the evening en entertainment was held IB the Via Curler Opera House and addresses were delivered by Rev ILReilly and National President Dolan ekeeeceMaas divisions tt was shown flail 41 had been paid out in sfck bfgeftyrlDJ vision 6 of that city row having taem bership of 279 and property slued at 11407 white DivWoe 11 boa 274 mem bers and property valued atLp479 t moofl SUudsyhassBgM4 fi being offered InffipoA to tqutfit IrkIsgs like Jkat and add asM ty both local sod outside speakers It otpfjjiy enableseI J UMBJ to bring their friends and acgaaiataacxreI thereby advertug the prip9ipleta awl- aims of she ardor It fJa such y nUjJ H as that which plaee the order on its proper footiaglaI this cky jhJACAULIdXS The Regera Brothers im Lo doo It the aB8eH ee eBt for Monday a4T es+ ayreigbte at Maeaniera TbiafcMtt beet beok Anther WeNalty has ytt wrft tau Me Weie cAeraieiwtsirWh a eai teJII lt barn aterer in etr lavlalii JJn providi 1hM UW nd scenery 1 I lHJ II +l+tH + i1iHIlIiM311i411 +11 r J U RACy 41LH STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Grr STREETBfiortr HI1Ih1tI Ii I I 11+1 111 lI+HI IIIt1IIIIi1tI I I 1 t t t t t t t t+ + + + + + t + + JAMES SOWDERS y 159 West Jefferson Street Fish and OystersBOTH FJEXONX98 08G8 t t tt LastCall Callon These Mens Suits and Overcoats Worth 1000 andOver OverFor 500 at LEVYSTHIRD BOCK- Unfallinlr BEER Sign of Spring and Good Cheer out Today Every spring throughout the lager- IJfltr drinking countries of the world fantastic signs are displayed showing the whiskered face of a mighty billy pat and the glad cry goes up from the layers of this wholesome beverage hock beer is out Bock beer day has been fixed by the lager bver brewers off the Falls Cities for Saturday March 19 Beer is a uawe applied to an infus Ipn of malted barley which has been bolted with hops and afterward under jppe fermentation It is of great antiq nltybei sg referred to In Egyptian raanu scripts written 3000 years before the Christaiu era Pliny speaks of a beer mule from corn and water and la general use throughout Europe Dear was ifltro Juced among the Germans by their Ro man cpaquerors and also carried into Knglad by Caesar Jtglopf But the Germans and the AttgloSaxpes dia DOvered the superiority of barley to all other grainy lqi the nuking pf beer which fsl the staple beverage of the sturdy yeo sranry of England nut the German races of the coatjoept discovered the secret of lager beer which has been Bought to tfce UlHt States ao that this ifuntry and Germany have outdistanced Gr Atkaiat Ifa aM trs4nssias et the poplagergerTk djfeeverjr f JJaw freeris fseaeraljy attributed to ICing John I known as Jan Frhaiu er as It fis now called Gam brinua Ore of his aervaata stole some beer from Jan Primus and in his haste buried it going on to the wars On hi return aPIi beifg forgiven fey his Waster the peryeat tiyele4 the biting place + the bear wet llgipg Jf0tvece3 ws found t9be 80 improved by age that the king at once took steps to lager or rlpei Lie fcr TM w W esly- Aecpmgijsitatl fee 4yj4ng 1JJc rail wsslMr and thus the brewers of Germany got into the kbk of offering lager Met ii- ttsernles IB W apse Af in Paler 4tttJUtr diet fro advent feecawe the eases Lei fit jk goat festival Tfee awse Seffk mn J9g goat in Gaipaaa esar to tfee applied to this bagr Some say the IMBe use applied in eftbecause the rrykitlg Grnans qn tha ally 9ecasq9i a jpf ten got tumbled ovefiez tk ee struggle with the extra brew of th Tetert when it wee finally broached for them 9t rte t1Aat flare lsgat bMt Itut a4tre to W piade all the year round jkhe pthtfteg j4 saving of ice and later the fat 4t jirft4gf Htig apparatus having made i- Pseslble to secure the HMMsary Sew tsar Mare In the beer vats quite as wall inl Wmw K annuaol ng bas fine sad4t- M1laiRU A MflVER ENGRAVING COMPANY ORIGINAL III DESIGNS ILLUSTRATIONS ENonAVING mneboH- ilifES tS ELECTfigrYFESII- II t Corner 3rttMain- LOQISVLLEKYi GO To- PioneerBottlingHouoe FO- RSTRAIGHT WHISKIESr rr JIG JUG AT DOOR J P DANT513 WET BROADWAY near Union Stubs s HEEEMMN BEOSr IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street BIG FOURsTH- E BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago AND Atx POINTS IN fl DIANA and MICHIGAN 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00000 125 000000 PEOPLE YOU KNOW J Prominent Irish Americans Are Leaders In Their Respective Callings and Credit As Citizens to the City Louisville T JJ 1 U f JOSEPH DOUGHERTY One of the leading retailcoal mer chants who has come to the front in the past few years is Joseph Dougherty who has offices on West Broadway He has branchedout so that he is now prepared to supply the entire city with coal If given the proper notice He is active in Hibernian circles and in all movements for the promotion of charity and good will among men DR THOMAS H MULVEY One of the rising young men in the medical profession in Louisville is Dr Thomas H Mulvey who has an office at Twelfth and Delaware streets Dr Mul vey although only recently established in his profession has built up a large practice He is an active memberof the Ancient Order of Hibernians and takes a deep interest in its cause There Is a bright future before him- WILLIAM RUEFF There are many popular men in the brewing trade but none more so than Will Rueff who is the local agent and collector for the Oertel Brewing Com pany Mr Rueff circulates all over the city and wherever he goes he makes friends on account of his affability and good nature The Oertel Brewing Com pany Is fortunate in having a man of his class in their service JAMES L HACKETT One of the most popular men in the wholesale liquor business in Louisville is James L Hackett proprietor of the Greenbrier Distilling Company He was long connected with William Collins in the same line of business James Hackett Is identified with the best inter ests of the city and State He is also active in church and charity work and is a contributor whenever called upon CHARLES OCONNOR is a chip off the old block His father James OConnor was for many years the leading coal in Louisville and was held in the highest esteem Since his death Mr OConnpr has successfully managed the business of the ONeil C land Coke Company in Louisville and has steadily increased its business Mr OConnor is Deputy Kentucky of the Knights of Columbus and is active in promoting the affairs of the order lIe is a wide awake business man and besides an agreeable gentleman MATT WINN It looks like Matt Wiuri succeeds in everything he undertakes As a mer chant tailor he has built up a business which is the envy of his competitors Mr Winn works hard himself and sees that his patrons are well served His only recreation is looking at the ponies when they runattbe New Jockey Club grounds Mr Winn is Vice President of the Association under Mayor Charles P Grainger who is President Mr Winn takes deep in the Knights of Columbus MARTIN CUSICK oueof the most popular Irish Ameri cans in Louisville and one who takes a deep interest in club and society affairs Is Iartin Cusick Mr Cusick has been engaged in the tailoring business for many years and is one of the most artistic cutters in the city He is with John M Borntraeger Jefferson street near Fourth Mr CUsick is a leading Hibernian and a true blue Irishman CHARLES CRUSH There is no more popular business man in Louisville than Charles Crush man ager of the Pacific Coal Company Mr Crush iit out early and late serving bis patrons and his baatplwaU constantly I luctsaingv He1is a liberal advertiser and knows how to keep his trade going valuableireJ tinUyrlbeaiertJ r 850 Wool Crepe de Chine shades of light blue dark Ipink tan gray green brown 44 wide at thisI sale per yard Mannish of new est creations for whole suits or separate skirts full 54 inches wide worth 125 per yard Ifabric may a at than vary lengths and Who a liberal dealer District 5 PATRICK REGAN No man In Louisville has had greater experience in the ice business than Pat rick Regan He has been in the busi ness nil of his adult life Everybody knows Regan the Ice King as bis friends like to call him Although a king Mr Regan does not put on any style He is out every morning on one of his wagons except on Sundays and be wont work on Sunday observing that six days is enough for any man to work He runs numerous wagons to supply hi many costumers and his business iis constantly increasing Regan is not in the trust AUGUSTUS J BIZOT is one of the rising young attorneys of Louisville He catne here only a short time ago and after1 his graduation at the law school at once entered into practice He has been very successful He has twice been elected to the Council and recently received the important appoint went of Auditors Agent in Louisville succeeding Mr Will L Weller Mr Blzotii parents still live In New Albany und are members ofa pioneer French Catholic family WILLIAM CONNELLY is coming to be one of the leading furni ture dealers In Louisville His neat store rooms at Seventh and Oak streets are always crowded Mr Connelly was formerly on Main street and knows the furniture business from the ground up Will is a live member of the Domin ican parish and iii always active in any work undertaken by that large congrega tion EDWARD DALTON Ed Dalton is one of the Democratic leaders In his ward and stands very close to the city administration He can have almost anything he asks for Mr Dalton has betn very successful in business Recently he hits taken into partnership with him Tom Cornfield alsoa very popular gentleman and their place at Floyd and Main is very popular Mr Dalton though in the liquor business tor years is a totaO abstainer He is the City Inspector of gasoline ramps WILLIAM OSBORNE Much of the success of the big Abrens Ott Manufacturing Company is due to the mechanical skill of William Osborne who looks after the enameling of the bath tubs and wash stands turned out by this concern Mr Osborne is at the head of his profession in the line he supervises and has made several inventions Dur lug his residence in Louisville be has made many friends D XMURPHY who was selected by the Trustees of the Louisville Free Public Library as one of the local architects to make competetive plans for the new library to be erected here Is one of the leading architects of Kentucky His work bears inspection Mr Murphy Is the architect of the county jail which is now being erected It is hoped that the library trustees will see their way clear to select a home architect to build the library and that Mr Murphys plans may be the ones adopted The building is to cost about 250000 and work will begin this sum mer COL MIKE MULDOON has crowed the Atlantic thirty two times since he first landed in America over fiftyfive years itjfa These tripe were made mostly to Italy on busineM con nected with his llarge monument works While IB Italy Col Muldoon learned to speak Italian fluently and thfa baa been of great benefit to him in his business career Col Muldoou who is now irfxty eight years of ale is one of the but pre served man f rbi yeereinLoufevllle- He 1 has led a temperate life IU always cheerfull and h many friends M any maniin Ktntucty He i14 a true bln readytor I I k i COL JOHN MATEER has been a very busy man this fall and winter as usual First be served on the Board of Equalization of City Taxes and afterward on the County Board of Valu anon and Appraisement Mr McAteer is an expert in this line of work and his services to the city and county are invaluable He is one of the best known Irishmen in Louisville and has often been honored by his fellow citizens At one time he was President of the Council muchswholesome legislation in the early days CAPT JAMES T the well known coal DUFPYI very successful in the sand and gravel business since he retired from the man agement of the Monougahela Coal Com patys business in Louisville Copt Duffy is successful in all that he under takes for he works hard and looks closely after his business Capt Duffy in conjunction with Paul Barth and others owns sand diggers and boats for handling gravel and sand with a capacity sufficient to supply the entire city BARNEY CAMPBELL announced some time ago that he would now take a rest and let his boys manage his business since he had been plastering around for over fifty years For a retired capitalist Barney is the busiest man in Louisville He is out at 7 oclock in the morning and covers more territory than any man of his years in Louisville Mr Campbell has been very successful in the manufacture of a patent wall plaster and has a large factory on the river front He says that he does not work hard any more but if he is not a hard worker there are none in Louisville DIGNANMCABE- Two hustlers In the freight soliciting business in Louisville are John Dignan with the Louisville Nashville and Thomas P McCabe with the Illinois Central They hold similar positions with their respective companies Both are popular and bring a large share of business to the roads they represent Mr Diguan was formerly coal agent for the Louisville Nashville but when that company abandoned the retail trade in Louisville he became soliciting freight agent Mr McCabe was first with the COmPRtybutfor many years EDWARDJ OBRIEN the well known leaf tobacco dealer is one of the most successful business men on Main street and is looked upon as an authority in the tobacco business by leaders in the trade in all parts of the United States and even in Europe Mr OBrien has been honored by his associ ates In the trade in being elected Presi dent of the Tobacco Dealers Association on several occasions Mr OBrien takes a lleading part in all Catholic movements He is particularly interested in the char ity work earned on by the St Vincent de Pault Society PATRICK BANNON at the age ef eightyone holds on well to his health and all his faculties AI though this has been a severe winter Mr Bannou has been at his once constantly and expects to live to celebrate many St Patricks day anniversaries Mr Bannon is now the oldest manufacturer in Louisville in point of continuous sere ice He commenced the manufacture of- terracotta over fifty years ago and wasa pioneer ia the manufacture of vitrified brick THREE GOOD ONES Mark Ryan Frank Adams and Frank Dacher 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