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Digital page images are linked to the text file. a I n j KENTUCKY IRSil AMERICAN w i HI j a v VOLUME XIINO 14 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 2 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTS ERINS MUSIC I Will Delight Thousands at the Auditorium Monday Night Miss Maud MncGarthy Irish1 Queen of Violin the Star Madame Novin Dougherty and James P Roche Will Sing SECURE SEATS TODAY AND MONDAY The violin recital of Miss Maud Mac earthy at the Auditorium next Monday night will have a special attraction for all the mnslc loving people in Louisville and all of these will attend without doubt True lovers of music keep an eye on artists like Miss MacCarthy and never miss an opportunity of attending their performances However there are not many hundreds of true music lovers in any American city and those in Louis vile would hardly fill the Auditorium There are those however who do not s class themselves as music lovers or critics who love good music when they hear it This latter class would fill the Auditorium three times over Miss MacCarthy has a way of pleasing all lovers of music beI they critics or not This Is stated in allI the press notices which have appeared about her Miss MacCarthy is a talented yonng Irish girl who has already appeared in nearly all the musical centers of Europe though she is but nineteen She has I charmed her audiences wherever she hasII gone In Boston she was giveni an ova tion and in every American city where she has appeared her manager has been requested to give second performancesII Miss MacCarthy comes to Louisville under the auspices of the Ancient Order I of Hibernians The proceeds of the entertainment I will be devoted to a worthy I causethe orphans Those who attend J the recital besides getting value received for the outlay they make in purchasing I jAlreadyI I j been large All or nearly all of the music loving people in the city have se cured seats The general public should not delay securing tickets today It may be too late on Monday There is 1j every indication that the Auditorium willf be filled These who put off buying tickets till the last moment will be dis appointed Seats are now on sale at Baldwins music store Fourth avenue where tickets may be exchanged for either boxes or reserved seats without extra cost The lower boxes have all been sold I and only the upper ones remain Any persons desiring these should secure them immediately as there will be a demand for more than the number not yet taken Thursday night there was a large gathf axing of ladles and gentlemen interested in Miss MacCarthys musicale at Hiber nian Hall and when the adjournment took place there was but one feelings that the Auditorium would be thronged Monday night with friends of the Hiber I nians and orphans Thomas Walsh pre sided and Miss Ella OConnell recorded the proceedings The Chairman said it was the aim of all present to do all Inf their power to make this affair a decided success because the end In view the t relief ofthe orphans was a worthy one Thomas Keenan felt greatly encouraged with the progress already made while Joe McGinn expressed the opinion that the rapid sale of tickets assured a large audience Patrick Holley Newton G iMikei 1 OConnell also had something encourag t lug to say County President Sullivan announced another general meeting for tomorrow afternoon which will be the last when all should come prepared to make a final settlement for tickets and money with State Treasurer George j Butler Mrs David OConnell reported that j the Ladles Auxiliary reception commit j tee had their arrangements perfected and would give Miss MacCarthy a real Ken tucky welcome Miss Mary Foley said the members of the auxiliary would also greet the young Irish queen on The stage after the concert Those who have pur chased tickets should exchange them for i reserved seats at once at Baldwins music store 529 Fourth avenue It is i hoped that all who have not already re turned their tickets will do so at the meeting tomorrow afternoon Lovers of fine music certainly owe a debt of grail I tnde to the Ancient Order of Hibernians and there should not be a single Irish American family in this city that is not represented at the Auditorium on Mon day night I LEXINGTON 1 Last January the Kentucky Irish American predicted that James J OBriea one of Lexingtons most re spected and energetic young IriehAmer leaH would some day become Mayor of the Blaegraae capital That prediction Las been fulfilled for the popular young I Secretary has been filling Mayor Combs chair this week and it goes without say 1 iC that tbii WMinevery wrJ satisfactory It will be welcome news this many friends here to learn that Mr OBrien will become a Benedict week He will leave Lexington tomorrow for Washington where he will be united in marriage on Wednesday wlt Miss Margaret Barrick one of the fairer- daughters of the national capital Th- Patricks e ceremony will take place in St church and will be performed by Rev Father Stafford who has been the bridesI pastor since childhood The young couplel will reside in Lexington where a hearty welcome will await them- FATHER SHEEDY Pays a High But Deserved Tribute to Ancient Order The Rev Morgan M Sheedy rector of St Johns church Altoona Penn paid high tribute but a deserved one to the Ancient Order of Hibernians in his St Patricks day address at Altoona He said in part- I count it a privilege to be here to night and to join with you in keeping ii- a fitting manner Irelands national festi val There is no organization that I know of that has done so much to advance the cause of faith and fatherlandboth at home and abroad as the Ancient Order of Hibernians Its record is brilliant with splendid deeds It has invariably su ported every effort that looked to the betterment and uplifting of the race It has the front place in every good move ment that appealed to our people In the cause of education religion friendship unity and Christian charity no less than upholding the principles of Irish nation ality it has always been steadfast It has been faithful to its motto What it has done Its gift the very first of any of our societies of 50000 to Catholic University Its support of the Land League movement of churches and schools everywhere etc It has kept the sacred fires of patriotism and religion alive in the stormiest and darkest days The members of the Ancient Order of Hibernians in America declare that the intent and purpose of the order is to promote friendship unity and Christian charity among its members by raising or supporting a fund for maintaining the aged sick blind and infirm members for the advancement of the principles of Irish nationality for the legitimate ex penses of the order and for no other pur pose whatsoever The motto of this order is Friendship unity and Christian char ity Friendship shall consist in helping one another and in assisting each other to the best ofour power Ualty iacotabia ing together for mutual support in sickness and distress Christian charity in loving one another and doing to all men we would wish that they should do unto us CHANGES VERDICT Coroner Kolly Says Accident Caused Hugh Higgins DeathICoroner Harris Kelly last Saturday wrote the following letter which is self explanatory That Hugh Higgins death resulted from the accidental discharge of the pistol he was handling was plainly apparent to all who saw the body and clothes at the time There is not a per on who knew Hugh Higgins that doesI not agree with the Coroner who says OPFICB OF TUB CORONER LOUIS VIILU KY March 20 1904 William M Hig gins Louisville KyDear Frind AfterI a close examination into the evidence per raining to the death of your son Hugh Higgins I am thoroughly convinced thatI there is no doubt but that his deathwas accidental The evidence produced has been so overwhelmingly in favor of thisI conclusion that it becomes my duty to change my verdict to accidental death Expressing my deep sympathy for you in your hour of bereavement and hoping that this letter may find you in goodI health I have the honor to remain your true friend HARRIS KBMY s S ANOTHER SOCIAL MEETING Those who attended the recent social session of the Hibernian Ladies Aux diary will be glad to learn that they will give another one next Wednesday evening to which they invite their lady friends and all members of the order An excellent musical and literary programme has been arranged for that night andII there will beone or two short but inter eating talks by eloquent speakers This announcement will suffice to bring out a large attendance and the prediction is made that all who accept the invitation will not soon spend another such pleasant evening The success of the Ladies Auxiliary is most gratifying to its found ers but there are several hundred ladies who should not longer delay in having their names enrolled 5S NEW PACKING HOUSE The big packing bouse whlchis now being constructed in South vXoaisville will open about June 1 JoHa Moran I will be the general manager eis an Irishmen and eof the cleverest men jemployagentj CAPT MAHE HOME I Capt Thomas Maker returned Monday front Hot Springs his health sow being perfect Darlag hie absence there has t been talk about ianpe amour the police fcwoeoMMn WItyDotrIaladWeli Ic- sf 0SIX YEARS OLD Banquett Its Members Next Thurs day Night Another Successful Milestone In f History of Young Mens Institute Macklu Council Troubled Ovo a Now and Perplexing Proposition INITIATIONa Trinity Council Young Mens Insti tute now six years old will celebrate its annelaborate banquet for the members and a number of Invited guests Trinity was organized in April 1898 and no Catholic young mens organization iu the country has been more successful Today the membership has reached 280 which will whenpthe union initiation takes place on Sun day April 10 The work accomplished by this splendid organization among the young men of the East End has been phenomenal With an attractive and commodious club house well equipped gymnasium excellent reading rooms and library and a cozy billiard room the members have been unable to find a more pleasant place to spend their evenings and leisure time Surrounded only by good influences and constantly reminded of their duty to God and country who can calculate the number of souls saved during these past six years through the efforts of Trinity Council Many fathers and mothers can point with delight to the time when their sons became mem bers And the Kentucky Irish American proudly proclaims the fact that the noble work will be continued by the present and future officers Trinity Council has had six Presidents and all members will be more than pleased to meet them at this banquet They are men of sterling qualities and as each succeeded the other his ambition was to surpass the former administration and render the council stronger How well they have succeeded is apparent to aL BenliuadwashkefiratPresidenttf and the foundation laid by him was constantly added to by Messrs James J Kelly John J Sullivan Joseph Piazza Thomas Garvey and Eugene Cooney who filled the office in the order named And it might not be amiss to say they are all working today for their grand order with the same zeal that character ized the periods when they were chief executives From Trinity Council have come many of the officers of the Grand Council notable among them the present Grand President James B Kelly and Chairman of Board of Grand Directors Joseph Piazza both of whom are working hard to increase the number of councils in the Kentucky jurisdiction The yearly banquet has come to be an event looked forward to with a lively interest Heretofore they have been held on Easter Monday night but out of deference to the Ancient Order of Hiber nians and Miss Maud MacCarthy the date was this year changed to Thursday night An elaborate menu will be servedwith Emmet Slattery presiding and acting as toastmaster He will introduce those who will respond to toasts after President Cooney has told the assembled guests Wiry We Are Here t Grand President Kelly will respond totiThe Young Mens Institute Its Past Present and Future while Frank At Lenz has for his theme I Promise Never to Divulge Edward J Bosler has given much study to histoast Whats the Use and it is safe to say will Impart some valuable information The last t08tOur Ladies has been happily assigned to Dr Phil Beutel Jr who has devoted more of his time to them than to the practice of medicine His will be a masterly effort and will be especially gratifying to the ladies present If the hour be not to late prominent ladies and gentlemen will be called upon for impromptu talks There was a fairly good attendance at Mackins meeting Monday night Three applications were received and the Secretary instructed to notify all candidates to be at the union initiation on April 10 to receive the degrees Mackin has a large number to add to its 270 members and proposers are urged toI have their candidates ready for that dayI President Shelley announced that next Tuesday night the regular monthly lec ture would be delivered by Hon A J Bizot the rising young attorney wboI will takefor his text tlFactsaudFauclesI Mr Bigot is a pleating and eloquent I orator and those who hear him will feelI well repaid for the time spent Con Harting was reported well and John Kin ney placed on the sick Hat One of the liveliest discussions in the council took place over the perplexing proposition submitted by Clarence ZookjII some of the members becoming quite heated in their arguments After all hac1jj been beard nearly jwo hours being conII sumedaction was deferred till the next meeting when a final vote will be taken alldthe question settled Its expected that every member will be there to xpreM hi 8 opinion and vote Another matter that gave fire to rest I J a J c debate was the resefcitipn allowing the council to incur XN indebtedness of 12000 for the ereettoa of a new clubhouse Under thai present articles of incorporation only f7ooo indebtedness can be incurred but as Mackin has assets equal to that amount the change can be made withot any trouble The union initiatteabn Sunday AprilI 10wll1 be an inif srtant event to the three councils and dlli be attended by officers and member from various coun cils throughout it e Kentucky Juris dictionl Extensive preparations hase been made for this occasion by Trinity Council who will entertain all who participate in the ceremonies J rRECENT DEATHS The sympathy ota host of friends goes ont to Joseph and I auisa Schneider of 707 East St Catheri ie street whose infant boy was called i to eternity Wednes day morning They ave the consolation that an angel spirit waits them in the world beyond the grave The funeral of Agnes Dolan whose death is mourned th ughout Jefferson ville took place Sari ay afternoon She was the daughter o John Dolan 720 West Front and fell a victim of slreettersonvllle There was a large friends at the sad ob qulea v Madame Elizabetl Dougherty for many years a leading modiste of this city has passed to her eternal reward after suffering patiently for several months from the effects of a fall sus tamed at her home 51 James Court Her funetal took place Monday morning from St Louis Berirands the RevW Father Logan celebrating the solemn mass of requiem y Y The Church of the blessed Sacrament lost another of its mos respeCted parish ioners early Tuesday worniug when the soul of Mrs Mary tLebeloved wife of Michael Flynn 1040 ast Market street passed into life eternal Her life was replete with all the virtues of a true Christian woman ad her death mourned by a wide circle of friends and acquaintances Rev Father OSullivuu conducted the solemn funeral services Thursday afternoon which were largely attended Mrs Mary Kopf beloved wife of Edwin Kopf the electrician passed peacefully away Tuesday afternoon after a brief illness just whea life held put its brightest promise Though only twenty one years old she wasfalmost faithful helpmate and was lfln the highe- sestesnbyallwbofka t t Stn marriage she had resided at 1529 Jackson street and was a devout member of St Pauls church where the funeral services were held Thursday Rev Father Thomas York officiating Mrs Margaret Glenn a pioneer par ishioner ofSt Johns church died Mon day morning at the residence of her son James Glenn 2319 Baxter avenue Mrs Glenns long life for she had attained the allotted threescore and ten was that of a true and loving wife and mother marked by deep piety and devotion to her church She was a native of Ireland but had lived here since her girlhood Mrs Ellen Quinlan of this city and John Glenn of Lexington are the other surviving children Her fune ral took place from St Johns on Wednesday morning John J Keenehan for many years a popular clerk at the Louisville Hotel died Wednesday morning at his home 2133 Duncan street after an illness of onlytwo days Few men were better known to the traveling public and for the bereaved wife and daughter there is felt the greatest sympathy The de ceased was a member of Mackin Council and a devout Catholic Thursday night the members of Mackin Council visited the home and recited prayers for the repose of his soul and yesterday after noon large numbers attended the funeral from St Cecilias church Patrick J Lambert one of the best known men in the West End for thirty years past engaged in the grocery basis ness at 2800 West Walnut street fell a victim to the dread pneumonia Monday afternoon Years ago he was employed by Col Mike Muldoon being at that time considered the leading carver of the South Pat Lambert was a man of genial disposition and made friends of all with whom he came in contact Besides his wife three grown children survive to mourn his lose Wednesday morning the funeral took place from St Charles church with Rev Fpthetr Raffo as celebrant of the mass of requiem Patrick Cody for many years Superintendent of the Western cemetery and one of the first members of Louisvilles old volunteer fire department died Wednes day night at his home on Kentucky street Several weeks ago he caught cold while attending the funeral of one of his old neighbors and a complication of troubles followed that his oldage coald not withstand Pat Cody was one of the best known Irishmen in Louisville and was kind and courteous to every body Coming from the Emerald Isle when a 6yhe settled in Louisville where he married and reared a most respectablel family For over half a century he had been interested Iff the citys progress with a wider kaowledge of its historic landmarks than perhaps any living citizen A pious Catholic loving husband end devoted father he will be sadly sniwed by a wide circle of relative and frietdeT Hie funeral took plaoe from the Dominican dmich where1 dJlcMleatohloI n EXCITEMENT Increasing lu the Kentucky Irish American Worlds Fair Contort Miss Maymp J llysiFrii oadI Put Her in First Place Surprising Changes Are Lookedl For at DrostAny Time iI I PREPARATIONS FOR IRISH EXHIBIT t The time is now near at hand whenI everybody in the vicinity of will be making arrangements to atten l the Louisiana Purchase Exposition at St Louis People of small income have been saving up in order to attend thisI chilg dren or kindred to attend it It will be the greatest show on earth The wordI show is not used in this connection IinI the sense that the exhibit will be a circus It will be an exhibition of the arts andI sciences such as was never before pre sented to any nation on earth Early in the announcements for the Exposition arrangements the Kentucky Irish American prepared to send certainI of its subscribers and friends to the Fair free of cost and the movement has met with a generous response The termsI have heretofore been announced and are again set forth in this issue Those whoI have attended State and national exposi tions know how expensive these trfps are even though they may pay no railroadl fare The Kentucky Irish American proposes to defray not only the railroad but isthe hotel expenses ofthose who enter the contest set forth elsewhere The Exposition will be particularly in teresting and instructive to Kentuckians The State has been generous in the mat let of providing a suitable building wherei the exhibits bf the natural resources of the State may be seen Kentuckians will be made welcome at this building Readers of this paper will also be par ticularly iinterested in the exhibits of the workoi the pupils in the various paro lchUlsckook1 academies and colleges iinl Gee +it7fsc IriexllbltaHh Fair is also well worth considering Taken altogether the Louisiana Purchase Exposition will be the greatest ex hibit ever presented It will exceed the Chicago Worlds Fair of 1892 In every way There will be no delay in the opening and at the end of April thou sands will be looking after terms an rates to the Exposition Those who avail themselves of the opportunity here with presented will not regret it The time is now short and those who wish to vote for their friends should send in their subscriptions at once The Kentucky Irish Americans grea- prim offer means a free trip for man an wife single lady and single gentleman for whom pleasant rooms have already been secured fit the Linden Hotel All that fs necessary to win is to get new subscribers for this paper With every dollar paid in fifty votes can be cast for the favorite candidates and there yet remains ample time for any who would take advantage of our generous offer Besides those who get the paper can cutout and cast the ballot printed each week Excitement has been increasing to considerable extent of late and surprising changes are liable to occur at any time although the leaders think they have their forces well in hand During the past week Miss Mayme Reillys friends have been voting early and often and have succeeded in placing her at the head in the race among the single ladles Miss Mary Foleys supporters were apparently taken off their guard but they asstrt it will not be long until she has ballots enough to give her a strong lead Charles Raldy is now in third place among the single men and coming strong while a steady vote is being cast for the others in that race One of Lfeut Fitz gibbons enthusiastic supporters has been mailing single ballots dally and others are preparing an avalanche of ballots for him during the next two weeks Dan McKenna is a close second in the race of the married men and lacks only a few votes of the 2000 mark It is intimated his friends are making a quiet canvass and will soon again overtake John Hen nessy Col Mike Reichert is regarded the dark horse and when his votes begin to arrive it will take some lively hustling to keep him out of first place Send in your subscriptions now and receive the additional ballots that can be cut out weekly The official standing will appear next week NEW YORKS FIRST CATHEDRAL St Patricks church In Mott street will celebrate tomorrow the twentieth anniversary of the parish emancipation from debt and of the foundation of the volunteer choir Archbishop Panel and many other clergymen are to assist in the jubilee services Former pastors d curates will be particularly honored and old members of the church who have gathertogetherdotjs are arousing muck enthusiasm the congregation sad among all who formerly worshipped ia the church Tib was New Yocki first dnlauclI 0 was used as the episcopal seat until the building of the present Cathedral iin Fifth avenue The Mott street edifice built chiefly by the efforts of Irish Catho lics of earlier days is now the home iin which worships a congregation of ItaliansI and other peoples from Southern Europe with a sprinkling of the Celtic element The invitation to all who ever attended l the church to join in the coming cele bration aroused many sacred and stir peoplesat the services will be some who remember the eloquence of Bishop Hughes as he used to preach in this church more than a half century ago Cardinal Mc Closkey officiated here at many notable ceremonies GREAT SHOCK Frank Perrys Untimely Deathh Caused byTreacherous Revolver People of the Dominican parish as well as a large number throughout the bylof Frank Perry the well known L 8i N watchman While making his rounds Friday night his hat was blown awn and lost Returning to his home o n Kentucky street he secured another and proceeded back to his duties in South Louisville He had gone but a short distance when he was caught in the awful rainstorm and drenched to the skin As soon as Perry reached the office he started to remove his wet clothes and in doin so first took his pistol from his pocket His hands being wet and slippery hei lost his hold on the weapon which in falling exploded the fatal bullet striking him in the mouth and causing instant death Of course as in all such cases there were silly rumors some sayin Frank Perry committed suicide Noth ing could be more untrue He was th happiest member of his fathers house hold and was looking forward to man pleasant events with friends this summer Had he placed the pistol to his mouth it would almost have blown the head to pieces whereas there was no mark only where the bullet entered The many friends of Prof James Perry in the Falls Cities sympathize with him and his family in the loss of the kind and bighearted son and brother Prof Perry is one of the most lovable men iin the city and those who know him will pray that he may be able to bear up under his great sorrow While the remains lay at the home there was a con tittaous streamoE eympathizing callers end attbi7uuriaIstS me aiicfiS on Monday morning the church was thronged YOUNG MENS INSTITUTE What Is Doing Throughout dthe Kentucky June diction Grand President Kelly arrived home Tuesday evening from a short tour made in the interest of the Young Mens Insti wherdthere ore bright prospects a splendid council Lexington was his next stopping place and here plans were discussed for holding the next Grand convention The President then proceeded to New port Bellevue and Covington making his first official visit to Lafayette and Phil Sheridan Councils as well as to Robert Doyle Council in Cincinnati Upon his arrival in Covington President Kelly wus met by Messrs Gerald JohnaKearney of Council 1G2 and Harry Wcs sel and Edward Jones of Council 200 and taken to the rooms of Lafayette Council in Newport where the evidences of prosperity and Y M I enthusiasm pleased him greatly On Monday even ing at Phil Sheridan Councilfa Bellevue he was given a royal reception and it seemed the general opinion that the meeting was the most interesting held for some time A conference was held in Cincinnati Monday afternoon the result of which will be that District Deputy Jonas will soon begin the work of placing a council in Covington President Kelly expresses himself satisfied with the outlook for the Young Mens Institute which will have several new councils before the Lexing ton convention next August WINS HANDSOME WIPE A pretty wedding will be solemnized at St Martins church Wednesday even ing when Miss Carrie Hart will become the bride of Joseph Piazza The bride elect is a lovable young woman and a favorite among her wide circle of friends Joe Piazza has achieved success during the past few years In the tea and coffee business and is one of the best known young men in local Catholic circles They will be attended by hissers Frank Dacher and William Kaiser and after the ceremony will leave for an extended honeymoon trip to the larger Northern cities With their multitude of friends we wish them a long life of unalloyed happiness and prosperity CONCERT PARTIES Quite a number ot concert parties are beiag formed to hear Miss Maud Mac Mondaynighthave bought large numbers of tickets and wilt be present with the choirs of their respective churches aa their gl1I ela i- tedns kiadaeee tllaatt aiaould be appre 1 i Ii- u r7 GREAT NIGHT Now Albany Hibernians relar ing For Another Big So cial fSession Hon Thomas WalsU Accepts In vitation to Deliver Address Vocal and Instrumental Num hors Smoker and Stag Euchre r r IBllUCm NEW STATE SECRETARY Division 1 of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians of New Albany will have a great night for members and friends of the order at Holy Trinity Hall Seventh and Market streets on Thursday April 7 sisternwork during the winter months the re suits of which will be made known at a general meetingand social session ar ranged for that evening The New Albany division is one of the oldest in Indiana and its representatives have always been couveng tions And besides it can boast of having within its membership nearly every prominent Catholic IrishAmerican in the city Few men have any idea of the great work accomplished by this one order Some years ago its ranks were greatly glassgworks and other large industries to the dauntedethose whq remained kept up the Interest ofynearly 200 Division 1 rendered invaU able assistance to the Rev Father Kelly while he was making the many Improve ments in Holy Trinity church and also toward the erection and maintenance of St Edwards Hospital County President Fleming and Presi dent Dan Walsh have won the confidence of their fellowofficers and members and feel justly proud of their division Both are watchful of its Interests but seldom missing a meeting They also heartily favor the idea of social sessions and liter ary exercises and will express them selves on this subje Thursdapnigbt Any reference to the officers would be incomplete without mention of James OHara the efficient Financial Secretary who has faithfully guarded the finances During his incumbency he has disbursed thousands of dollars for the relief of din abled members and various charitable works among the people of New Albany This is the division that a few years ago paid out its reserve fund of about 2000 and the years receipts during the winter that grip and other diseases were epi demic Who can show a better record Last week the new paraphernalia for the degree team arrived and the robes yeteseen in any of our Western cities The degree team has been selected and con slats of Patrician Dan Walsh Oracle James OHara Bard John Golding Scribe James Flynn Grand Guide James M OHara Guards Benton Pierce J E OConnor William Powell Only one attempt to exemplify the ritual has yet taken place but the team acquitted itself with great credit their interpretation of the most difficult parts being practically perfectThe social session on April 7 will be under the direction of the Entertainment Committee of which Con McBarron is the efficient Chairman Fpr the past ten days he and his associates have been ar ranging a splendid programme for the coming event and will have a number of pleasing surprises for those present Hon Thomas Walsh the well known Louis ville lawyer has accepted an invitation to deliver the principal address and we can assure our New Albany readers who hear him a rare Irish treat There will also be vocal and instrumental numbers and impromptu talks by members prominent in the order from Indiana and Kentucky to be followed by a jolly smoker and stag euchre An invitation is extended the Hibernians of the Falls Cities to be present and participate in the jollification Those who take the 730 Dinky train will be met by a reception committee at the Ninthstreet station and escorted to Holy Trinity Hall where they will certainly spend a most enjoy able evening- As stated in our last issue Joe P Mc Ginn has been elected State Secretary to succeed William T Meehan The office is an important one and all who know the incumbent are proud of his selectionff the moreso from the fact that it was un sought Secretary McGinn is a Supreme Trustee of the Catholic Knights of America and his Hibernian admirers expect him to make the same excellent record as a member of the State Board At the time of his election he was ill atchis home on West Chestnut street but we are glad to say he is again able to re turn to his poet with the L N 1 I PICKED THE WINNER Billy Bosler Bailiff of the City Court John Mulloy and Tom Riley jvere among the Louisville contingent that wcutto Memphis to see the Montgomery handicap run It ii Mid they had a straight tip on the winner ana hit the book foe q4e Lard They returned with breed smile oil tbeirface u 0 i rI 7 r 1 tQNTUOKY iii A RI ANI KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN te tke Moral and Social NNNNININNNINNN- MNIIeveted Advancement of all IrlBfe AtnerleaiMi KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY gc I Rutered at the Lonlavllte Pogtotdceis SecoKdCUss Matter UdieriiU CoTimatilcaHemiolBet KENTUCKY UMON IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Orecn Street ElRADESI t salt COUNCIL LOUISVHU KY SATURDAY APRIL 2 1904 OUR VENERABLE BISHOP William George McCloskey the Right Reverend Bishop of Louis ville is a remarkable man It is now nearly thirtysix years since he was consecrated Bishop of Louisville and although over eighty years of age he attends to his onerous duties without an assistant Bishop The pastoral letters of Bishop McCloskey issued every now and then show great mental vigor All who know the venerable Bishop will pray that he may be spared many years longer Louisville is one of the oldest dio ceses in the country having been created in 1808 when Bishop Phi get was made its first Bishop In succession came David Chabrat Spalding and Lavialle Bishop Mc Closkeyhas served longer than any of these Bishops except Plaget who served for fortytwo years and has accomplished more for the diocese than any of his predecessors He has done his work quietly without parade or ostentation It is a won der that he has been able to accom plash so much The Right Reverend Bishop offi ciated at the Cathedral of the As sumption on Holy Thursday at the blessing of the holy oils For the first time in many years the office of the Tennebrae was sung at the Cathedral during Holy Week by direction of the Bishop who is yet the pastor of that church HOLY WEEK AND EASTER Tomorrow is Easter Sunday one of the greatest festivals of the year Holy Week in Louisville was more generally observed than ever before in the history of the city Time was when none but Catholics paid any attention to Holy Week or Easter Sunday but things have changed Now at least two of the Protestant sects the Episcopal and Lutheran churches observe Lent and Holy Week with some degree of respect and it may be said to their credit that many of these non Catholics observe the fasts with de votion and proper respect All the Protestant churches in Louisville cow pay some attention to Easter Sunday whereas twenty years ago not one in twenty paid any attention to the day consider ing its celebration a mere Popish custom The day of the Resur rection is a great day for Catholics Every good bad and indifferent member of the church is expected to approach the sacraments of pen ance and the Holy Eucharist at Easter or thereabouts During the past week the thirtyone Catholic churches in Louisville and the four churches in New Albany and Jef fersonville have been crowded with penitents making their Easter duties This is gratifying to the pastors and to all devout people It is to be hoped that great good will result therefrom The services in the various churches tomorrow will be as usual on Easter Sunday The music at the high masses in some of the churches may be a little more in conformity with Pope Pius sug gestion that the Gregorian chant is the proper form of music for divine a service but otherwise the same customs will prevail that have been carried out for years Next year rJall the churches may be able to CArryout the Popes regulations as to the use of the Gregorian chant May EMter day be a happy one for all is the wish of the Kentucky Irish American J5RIBNDLY SONS OF ST PAT JRICIC There ii a HKwNoMit pn foot to organize a branch of the I q FriendlynU U v Sons of St Patrick in Louisville This is altogether commendable and should have been done long ago In Philadelphia last St Patricks day the Friendly Sons of that city celebrated their one hundred and thirtythird anniversary The Gov ernor of the State the Mayor of the city and many Congressmen made speeches As is frequently pointed out the IrishAmericans of Kentucky have much to feel proud of and on each St Patricks day they should recall the deeds of valor of the pioneers of this old Common wealth the majority of whom were of Irish blood In Boston the haritable Irish Society celebrated itsi one hundred sixtyseventhanniversary on St Patricks day and the Governor of the State and the Mayor of Boston delivered addresses The so ciety is older than the Common wealth of Massachusetts Its records show that the President of the United States Andrew Jackson addressed the society on June 22 1833 at the Tremont House in Boston On this occasion he said among other things It is with great pleasure that I see so many of the countrymen of my father as sembled on this occasion I have always been proud of my ancestry and bf being descended from that noble race- Kentucky has a number of elo quent IrishAmericans who are In vited to deliver addresses out of town on St Patricks day With a branch society of the Friendly Sons these orators could stay at home and say something about their own State and that is probably what they intend to do It is to be hoped that by next St Patricks day the Friendly Sons will be well organized in Louisville NO HELL SAYS DR POWELL Is there a hell was the sub= ject of a sermon by the Rev Dr E L Powell at Macauleys Theater last Sunday night Dr Powell is the leading Protestant minister in Louisville He is a member of the Christian or Disciples church for merly known as the Campbellite church Dr Powell was frank from the outset to the finish of his discourse He asserted that he did not believe in a material hell It can not be found in any geography says Dr Powellspeak ing of hell Hell must be lOcated in the soul of the sinner contin ued the eloquent preacher Alex ander Campbell the Irishman who founded the church of which Dr Powell is a member and leading minister would not agree with Dr Powell if he were alive Indeed that rugged old Irishman would turn over in his grave if he heard that sermon However Dr Pow ells discourse did not create a sensation It is customary for Pro testant ministers nowadays to deny the teachings of the Bible which was formerly the Protestant rule of faith Dr Powell is but one of many engaged in this kind of preaching His next sermon ought to be on the subject Is there a God Is Christianity and the Bible a fake Our IrishAmerican readers one and all should be at the Auditorium on Monday night This is the first time for many years that an Irish celebrity has visited Louisville therefore they should take pleasure in riving Miss MacCarthy a genuine Kentucky welcome At the same time they will be aiding the orphans and showing a proper appreciation of the Ancient Order of Hibernia As much depeadi upon tbM concert the Kentucky Irith American feels II 1m justified in saying to its readers that it is their duty tobe present to greett Madame Nevin Dougherty JamesI Roche and the Misses Harris andl McG tl who are all home people The Democrats of Kentucky do not seem to be very well united butt it is better for them to have their quarrels out now than later on when the campaign opens up The Kentucky Democracy Is very muchL divided on the question of the Presi dential nomination William Ran dolph Hearsts friends seem to be the most active In fact the Hearst adherents are the only ones making any stir to secure the delegation l from this State Col John H Whallen and Capt John W Head ley are said to be managing the Hearst interests in the Louisville district and vicinity In selecting Matt J Winn for member of the Board of Public I Safety to secceed Edward T Tier ney Mayor Grainger made no mis take Mr Winn like Mr Tierney is of Irish descent and a Catholic Mr Winn is not only a fine busi ness man but is quite popular with all who enjoy his acquaintance He assumed his duties on April i Both Mr Tierney and Mr Winn are leading members of the Knights of Columbus and are personal friends The Boston Pilot editorially com mends President Roosevelt for mak ing an order allowing old soldiers service pensions Some of the Republican papers want to impeach the President for making the order saying that he is usurping powe- which only belongs to Congress The Presidents order will increase the pension roll about 14000000 annually according to Congressman Meirs of Indiana Tomorrow is fasterSunday The collection taken up in all the Catho lic churches will be for the benefit of the Theological Seminary where young men are educated for th priesthood The Kentucky Irish American should be read in every atholicay home in this State It contains all the news clean and fresh Sub scribe for it now- HINTS ON STYLE Deep girdles of silk satin or velvet are an important feature of almost eve gownCrepe de chine is the most popular material for both separate waists and for entire gowns Heavy linens and mercerized fabrics make serviceable dresses for young people both boys and girls When the material of a skirt is shirred or laid over the hips in folds the folds a stitched firmly to a silken foundation Ruchings of all kinds are used to deCo- rate the silk and cloth gown as well as the gauzy gown intended for evening wearThe cotton canvas shirtwaist with caffs epaulettes and front plait embroidered in Russian cross stitch is the perfection of styleFor silk and sheer stuffs flounces of all sorts are favored but they are the straight flounces with headings rather than shaped flouncesThe veilings are almost as filmy as chiffon and the plain colors are the smart est The silk lining should be of the same color Guipures and slk fiber laces are in de mand for blouses but there is a tendency I toward employing the lighter weight and fancy laces for the purpose The fine net laces in cream and ecru shades are much used for the separate blouse They make particularly pretty blouses when trimmed in stitched bands of soft lustrous silk or satin The wide belts of soft dull finished leather are stylish for wear with the walking suit They come in red gray brown black and white and should match In color either the waist or skirt Skirts of street skirts are fitted over the hips abd half way to the knees by means of plaits or of strapped or stitched seams and below this multiple plaitings are inset to swell the fullness below Indications point to great popularity for the very sheer blouse of finest India linen or lawn Fine hand tucks are nasally the only ornamentation though open work stitches are often added Many little capes and pelerines are among the early importations and a ma jority of them are in soft taffeta with ruclug and frilling of the quaintest sort Over a sheet Bummer frock this old time wrap will be delightful Df tln8hooldbetlicwatdawmll in all planning of childrens clot ss1 awl datatin ee meant not only ae autertal but carefal making A few hand tucks or Fnsck knots a Uttk fasting or briar UtehiMg or embroidery wfili glove to a ebltda frock a disUnctioa that all the eeetly sari elaborate machine nadc trial Wag with whichtIt eo W be loaded Mtl4 not compare J Q o tWritten for tile Keatacky Irbfa AMrtcta THE EASTER LILY Good Fridays gloom has paseeed No longer droop ia sadness Easters sun in splendor at last Shines and all creation is gladness Alleluias are loudly resounding serenetabounding Are greeting the Easter lilyQueen We have twined the chaste lily bell With roses sweet and smilax green Crown of beauty and fragrance tell The love we bear the Easter lily Queen Be glad sweet Mother rejoice He is risen His glory now is seen Heaven and earth in gladdest voice Today proclaim the Easter lily Queen KATHUSKN DON LKAVY 55P SOCIETY Miss Lula Mae Brown is spending a week at Loretto Academy Miss Kate Roach visiting Mrs James Howard at CLarlestown Ind Mrs Mary McConnell of Crescent Hill left last week for St Louis to visit her son Miss Fannie Herndon has been spending a week with Miss Annie Herndon at Frankfort Miss Vlctorien McCarthy who has been ill for the past ten days is reported convalescent Miss Aleen Thompson has been visit- Ing her sister MVS Charles Callahan at Charlestown Ind Miss Daisy Mitchell of Charlestown Ind was here this week the guest of Mrs Amos Combs Adam Heimberger and wife of New Albany left the first of the week to visit friends in Paducah Harry Warren and his charming wife countryrhome near Anchorage Michael C McCarthy who has been spending several weeks in New York will return home today Mrs J T Welch was last week the guest of herparents Mr and Mrs Eugene Moynahan at Nicholasville Mr and Mrs P L Callahan were this week the guests of the family of John Noonan on Fifteenth street Judge Joseph PryOr and wife will soon atetheir beautiful country home Phil Bohne wife and baby have been having a delightful visit with Mrs Bohnes parents at Anchorage Miss EHzhbeth Boyle has returned from Mobile Ala where she spent the winter with her sister Mrs H P Bass Miss Eleanor Simpson has returned from Frankfort after a most enjoyable visit with Miss Rebecca Johnson Miss Katie Davis has been the guest of rythe family of Cary Applegate at Owens boro where she has many friends Misses Libbie and Amy Graves have returned from Charlestown where they visited their uncle Theodore Long Miss Minnie Borders has returned from Mount Washington where she spent a week with her sister Mrs Frank Porter reMiss Ealiue McDonough one of the popular girls of Portland left last Satur day for a visit to relatives at Mooresville Ind Miss Alma Ames 328 East St Gather tee street has hRdliS her charming guest this week Miss Nannette Applegate of Chicago Miss Anna Belle Kelly one of Bards towns prettiest young girls hag been enjoying a delightful visit with Miss Mary Fowler Mrs C J Mullaney and Miss Mar guerite Conley have gone to Bardstown to spend Easter with Misses Sudle and Ollle Coomes Mrs Henry Sieboldt 2617 Portland avenue had as her guest this week her sister Mrs J E Dunn and little daugh ter of Cincinnati James Thompson and wife and sous Prank and James have returned to their beautiful home at Anchorage after spend ing two months in Florida Mrs Will Semonln will leave today for New York where she will spend two weeks Before returning she will stop at Washington for several days Col John McAteer has returned from Texas where he visited his son Vincent McAteer Mrs McAteer and daughter Misa Virginia will remain in Texas until the first of May The friends of Mrs A Wehrley who has been seriously ill at her home on Sixth street will be pleased to learn that alb is steadily improving and will be soon entirely well Mrs Thomas W Tarpey fa expected home today from Blocwdngton Ill where she has been spending the past four weeks with her brother Phil Strain a prosperous grocer of that city We are pleated to be able to anaoaace the complete recovery of Miss Camille ScMouia from a serioaa attack of grip Her host of friends among whom sheds a great favorite will be delighted to haye her again with them cam Patrick McCarthy left Tkandapfor Httatmrr after apeiidlBg a pteaaaat weak 1aW Joe McCarthy the =gtoeer at end St Catherine r r IRISH S SOCIETY1M16TQR1A DIVISION 1 v Meets on the Secondand Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanViceDoughertyRecording Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank atreeL- TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION Ii2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording Secretary Ed wafdJ Kei ranFinancial Secretary John T Kenney 1335 Rogers street Treasurer Owen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month QuinnViceCooneyRecording Financial Secretary William Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeautatArms Pat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 615 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurerJohn DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLB Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney MurphyPresidentRobert Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording Secretary J G Cole Financial SecretaryThos OHern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelAlphonso Constantine SergeantatArms Michael Noon Y 11t I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street presidentJames Shelley Second Vice PresidentFred Herp Recording SecretaryFranK Adams Financial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- Corresponding SecretaryFrank P DurkeTreasurerFrank MurphyMarshal Inside SentinelFrank Lanahan Outside SentinelJohn Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street CooneyFirstSecond Vice President Joseph F Bell Recording Secretary Emil E Mouth Corresponding SecretaryArthur C LauerFinancial Secretary Robert G Goe belTreasurerWilliam N Gast MarshalM F Morris Inside Sentinel Jacob Pfalzer Outside Sentinel M F Ziegler Mr McCarthy was called to Kentucky on account of the illness of his sister Mrs Fitzgerald at St Marys During his stay he made many friends andwas loath to leave Louisville Tne Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Council meet at the club house next Tuesday evening to complete arrangements for their euchre and dance on April 13 Their socials and receptions are among the seasons most pleasing events and are always largely atteuded As this may be the last given this season there is more than ordinary interest taken in prepara tion for it The many friends and admirers of Miss Stella the charming and accomplished daughter of George W Cuscaden are rejoicing over her recovery Miss Cus caden underwent a delicate operation at the Graystreet Infirmary and for a time her life was despaired of She is now at her home 645 Second street where bun dredshave called to congratulate her upon her restoration to health The Cordelia Club just organized by popular young men of the West Eud have issued cards for their first invitation dance which takes place at Fountain Ferry Park next Thursday evening The music will be furnished by Wehrleys orchestra and Messrs Harry Probst Joe Sibler E J Smith George Scholl Will Mooser and Albert Heins will see that their friends have a delightful time The announcement of the marriage on the evening of March 17 at St Aloysius church of Miss Anna McElliott and John J Marly will come as a surprise to their many friends It Is stated that they selected that date because it was the silver anniversary of the marriage of a dear relative of the bride The groom is the junior member of the firm of May field Marty hardware dealers In the East End The happy couple will re turn next week from Grand Rapids Mich where they have been spending their honeymoon TOM MULVERHILC OUT LThomas Mulverhill one of the best known and most efficient members of the local police department Is able to be out CB crutches after an illness of about a year contracted in the performance of his duty His brother officers were glad to see him at the City Hall on Thursday and hope he will BOOB return to his poet YOUNG WIPE DEAD Mrs Mary Fow wife of Patrolman Ben Fow Jr died Wednesday at her home oa Fourth avenue Married leas than a year and sarroBaded by all that makes life pleasant her death Ifa indeed sad She was of an amiable and cheer ful disposition and beloved byall who knew J1erThe funeral took place Friday afternoon from St Pauls church fir Father York officktinjf For Use bereaved husband theerrcfe feltnlaoere sympathy j u z1 z z a s AUDITORIUM ss- f Easter Monday Night April 4 1904 SS I GRAND CONCERT I- W t Under Auspices of Ancient Order of Hibernians Iii 1 IMCARTHYiiII I I Irish Queen of the Y10I IIIII- fj JAMES E ROCHE AND MADAME T NEVIN DOHERTY SOLOISTS d i Proceeds Donated to the Orphans Tickets on sale at Mulloys Dougherty Keenans v and Baldwins Secure reserved seats early IHIa a SURPRISE SPECIAL SATE No 232 EASTER ATTIRE increases EASTER JOY Brilliant StroKe of the New Season Mens Sumptuous Suits Wholly new creations of all wool Cheviot Tweed Scotch and Worsted in Spring color combinations some notable for dash and some for quiet elegance Also a particular choice group of smooth Thibet and Clay diagonals in plain Black cut in sack and double breasted 10On sale one week beginning today Saturday and ending next Friday THE BIn betweenSTOREMILTON M MARBLESTONE rice CO t8C s f fl- fEi fJjiIftY1 IIl ISH f1ThERII4 Il- A OftlilDS FAIR BAMiOT 1 r I VOTEIOR ADDRESS SIdNltD Saturday April 2 1904 t C s8 I SIH IIIIH I I I IH+I HIHIHMMI PHONEm- ea trial for Coffee FRESH ROASTED delivered direct from my roaster to your kitchen Try my special package of p3Its LBS OF GOOD COFFEE FOR 50c I i Imyi y Home Phone214 W MARKET STREET Cumbblaln19y I I 1 Ii1tHICKEY SAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY Proprietor Home Telephoae 384 223E8 W Jefferson St H H t t I It + It + SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOON THE 1 CJJ1JIM uftIn an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky PRANK J AgentCManageriV I H+r++ 4+ WINES CHAMPAGNES ALL KGuE345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIA- AItiI4iBftu H unHt fHOt t tt nl f f l- lII u U f 1 i e ITITchwY I1xsii AltIERIOAN I IIH 11 IHlHH HuH H H H IN 1111 HIHIIIluJulH F43HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 CTJ BAERETT7 FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER asa EAST MAIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT H I 1 H I I+H lt+iH 1 IIf 1 dI I11+3111 I HHHMIHt I I HIH 11 Jn1 II+H+I S S SKS 3 s SKg 3 3 J3A3T4 j Funeral Director anr- IcxEPIi01KIO Embalmer x2r360 Carriages For All Occasions 700 E CHESTNUT ST jj IH+I44HHI II HI+H I I H HHHiH II H 1111 111+1 Ir E TRACY L II STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS carr STREETShoatiTtTnTrTiT4 I i I I JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN Jffi FRANK 1 WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY 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 any longer This machine is so simple and durable that It will not get out of order so easy of action that a child can operate it so effective In Its work that t- Will wash any garment clean without boiling without scrubbing without the lleast wear or tear and without the use of destructive chemicals with nothing but soap and water It washes the finest fabrics surplices albs altar withoutsums lace curtains a specialty breaking a thread button etc Try a Nineteen Hundred Washer and you will be convinced that it is all we claim for it You can try it before you buy It Wringers that will last a lifetime made by the same firm ttaf4fioft 130S7- isoLID AOJ35KZTS 1462 STORY AVENUE DRIN- KWhisKll ft6nru G BOTTLED BY HENRY C LAUER 407 East Jefferson Street TELEPHONE 1140 Worlds Fair Short Line South6rn RaI1aiJU FORTY tHREE MILES THE SHORTEST FASTEST AND BEST TO THEO LtbS FaI11 LOOK AT THE SCHEDULE Leave Louisville 830 a m arrive 630 par daily Solid through train from Louisville with observation parlor and dining car- Leave Louisville 1015 pm daily ar rive St Louis 732 a m Solid through train from Louisville with sixteen section Pullman sleeper All trains make cloee connection in Union Station at St Louie with Wabash suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds LOW EXCURSION RATES WILL BE AN NIUNCED SOON P E Carr CltvFalll and Ticket Agent 384 Fourth Aver Ul vt1leA1Crcle Depot Ticket Agent Seventh and Water Louisville C IL Hsnirerford DWritt Pa A t IM Ponrtk Ave LoNIv 1tG B Alien AaiWast Gaa erl P M fig r Agtutt at LOMU u 0c n n NTAOT ULEYS Monday and Tuesday Nights When Knighthood Was in Flower Thursday Friday and Saturday Even ings and Saturday Mati- neeOFIECKERSo BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY APBJL 2 MatliMi Budiy Monday Wednesday Saturday THE POPULAR FAVORITE AL REEVES AND HIS BIG BEAUTY SHOW- A constellation of vaudeville and com edy stars and the funniest of musical burlesques PETER M ANDRIOI SON8 1GOI MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubkir Tires 25 and 267 WEST GREEN ST BUY YOUR WALL PAPER NOW Nice Pa ersrFull Rolls 3Ji 5 and Cc per r- ollRnCULLEY Home Phone 6225 1313 716 St afar M BIG FOUR THIS BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago AND ALL POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN Cleveland1 BuffaloNew BostonA- ND ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished on application at City Ticket Office Wg roar Route 656 Fourth Av or write to S JrotGettl Agent Pf lI Axt- Jgwiwlne Xu t c HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doln the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Secure seats today for Monday nights entertainmentDivision I this city has been making wonderful progress of late There are five hustling young doctors members of the order iu St Paul Division 1 of Buffalo received holy communion in a body last Sunday morn ing at St Patricks church Only the Ladles Auxiliary meets next week They will have a social session Wednesday evening Albany Hibernians are rejoicing over the progress made by the members of the fife and drum corps of Division 2 Four candidates initiated six reinstated and twelve applications received was the record for the last meeting of Division 6 of Albany Division 5 and the Ladies Auxiliary of Utica held a social at their rooms on St Patricks night comlug in a body from St Pauls church The Holyoke Business Mens Assocla Non will assist the Hibernians in enter taming the Massachusetts State convention at Springfield next August The Hibernians and their families of Janesville Wis honored St Patrick by holding a banquet when Rev Father McGinnity delivered the address Members of the order and ladies aux iliary of Fond du Lac held their annual banquet in Union Hall The programme was arranged to commemorate the patron saint of Ireland Division 9 of St Paul recently initiated nineteen young men This is certainly great division of real working Irishmen numbering nearly 400 members all earnestly assisting their officers Twentytwo candidates were Initiated into the order by division 1 of Duluth last Sunday week The meeting was an enjoyable one and will be long remem bered by those who were present Ten divisions of the Ladies Auxiliary of Baltimore held a special service with solemn vespers in honor of St Patrick at St Peters church Father Boyd preached a sermon on Ireland and the work done by the Hibernians Division 1 of Laconia N H has moved into new quarters The rooms are admirably arranged for conductingsocial parties suppers and the like The large kitchen and smaller ball are connected for use when occasion requires The First Hibernian regiment made a splendid showing in the St Patricks day parade in Boston The Mission Church Band of 115 pieces the largest band ever seen in any parade and three members of Congress were the promi nent features Monsignor OConnell and Rev Dr Shahan of the Catholic University and Rev Father D J Stafford were speakers at the banquet of the Washington Hiber nians The affair was pronounced one of the most notable in the history of the National Hotel Last Sunday morning the Ladies Auxiliary of Syracuse visited St Vincent de Pauls church and received holy com munlon In a body Rev Father Dough erty the rector is a priest whom all the Hibernians of Central New York cling to with a love and respect that must be gratifying to the good soggarth aroon The Ancient Order of Hibernian of New York City never before turned out In such numbers as on St Patricks day Mayor McClellan rode with County Chaplain Father McCreedy and Commissioner McAdoo in a carriage drawn by four white horses and fully 30000 men In eluding the Irish Volunteers and Sixty ninth regiment marched in the parade Young IrishAmericans of Maple Lake having the courage of their convictions and seeing the path of duty havetaken their stand under the glorious flag of the Ancient Order of Hibernians Maple Lake is a fairly prosperous town in Min nesota where the Irish lead and then the French and German follow The Catholic church is the ouly one in the townHibernians of New Bedford Mass have decided to observe Memorial day May 30 by attending St Lawrence church where mass will be said for the deceased members in that city which will be participated in by all the divis ions and ladies auxiliaries A parade will be made to the cemetery where flowers will be placed on the graves of the deceased In the evening a memo rial service will be held in the City Hall VERY TRUE The Kentucky Irish American was out last week in a double number Editor Higgins Is trying very hard to give his readers a big dollars worth for their money Such a paper deserves a very hearty patronageNew Haven Echo SPLENDID ARCHBISHOP For some time it has been rumored that Omaha was to become an Arch episcopal See The latest news from Rome indicates that this is now to be realized Those who met Bishop Scan nel at the Knights of Columbus banquet in Colorado Springs last year know that he will make a splendid Archbishop EASTER PRESENTS The custom of giving taMer presents and souvenirs has increased to such an extent that it IIs now second only to Cbrfettaaa All like to receive a gift at this season For this reason J Brunn the Marketstreet jeweler has received a large stock of diamond watches rings etewldckheidleider he has a line of birthday rings and childrens jewelry Those who intend making a present or purchase will have no trouble in selecting aotnetbing choice from hie rtoek t wbiek i tlitdea ovary thing that should W found Jn afttt dewjJewely botiM o f fAVENUE THEATER Locks Out Its Louisville Union Musicians and Substitutes an Imported Scab Band withUnionswithhold tholr patronage from this theater until further notice from the American federallon of Musicians LOCAL No 11 Spring styles have arrived in HatsI Caps Gloves and Umbr- ellasQUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Lead in quality style reputation and merit Universally acknowledged to be STANDARD OF EXCE- LLENCEGEHERSON 217 Market St near Second- S 0 LOAN QUARTERS FALLS CITY LU LOAN CO FOURTH JEFFERS LIABLE NO- NteNOeaa CARRIAGES VOR Weddings Parties and Funerals HOME PHONES 554 ANDY WEPLER9 Fifth and Green Street Livery Stable Rubber Tire Carriages and Coupes at all hours Day or Night HERRMANN BROSe 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 THEIR NEXT SONO The next of Moores sweet songs to be learned by the Hibernian Choral Society will be The Meeting of the Waters which for the benefit of our readers we subjoin here There is not in this wide world a valley- so sweet As that vale in whose bosom the bright waters meet Ob the last ray of feeling and life must depart Ire the bloom of that valley shall fade from my heart Yet it was not that nature had shed oer the scene Her purest of crystal and brightest of green It was not the soft magic of streamlet or hill Oh I no it was something more exquisite still It was that friends the beloved of my bosom were near Who made every dear scene of enchant ment more dear And who knew how the best charms of nature Improve When we see them reflected from looks that we love Sweet Vale of Avoca how calm could I rest In thy bosom of shade with the friends I love best When the storms that we feel in this cold world shall cease j And our hearts like thy waters be mingled in peace CONTINUOUS STRUGGLE Partial successes and temporary tri umphs instead of tempting one to relax his struggles in the race of life should only stimulate him to redouble his efforts The shouts of the spectators as be passes one milestone after another instead of deluding him with the opinion that he is sure of the prize should have no other effect than to urge him on with oeMcleM KshnrrylBg unintermit ting effort over the road that goatTheBO rare to that men are tempted to relax their efforts when the imperative demand 0 life have been satiaSed There would hardly be any limit to attainment If the Mae pejut which they were compelled toLo gain tbtlr J tplace ware afterward employed in rising to fresh heights U 0 HOUSEHOLD HINTS Meats and fowls with dressing require twenty minutes to the pound for roasting Hot plates are essential for all viands and vegetables that should be served hot ImpropeJdiet habitsAlcohol will quickly remove a porous plaster and also the unsightly stain that it leaves If cranberry jelly is poured into a flat mold to harden a pretty way to serve it is to cut it In cubes IBaked potatoes are an appetizing break fast dish A good quality of the vegetable should be used Bread for dressing should be dry Either toast the bread and grate it or grate it and try in hot butter A hot knife should be used for cutting fresh bread Hold the knife near the fire or pour boiling water over it Where cold cloths are applied to the head or throat they should be es light as possible Muslin or cheesecloth makes the best compress Nervousness and a sallow skin come frequently from the lack of deep breath lug Deep breathing stimulates the cit culation and helps the body throw off its impuritiesAll of pastry should be baked at once formed into cakes if one wishes but they are better baked just as they art With some preserves or fruit juice servedwith them they make a nice luncheon dish A leg of mutton when boiling ought to cook rather quickly for ten or fifteen minutes then set it where the liquor will scarcely bubble until it is tender An ordinary leg of mutton about eight or ten pounds in weight requires about two hours to simmer II Hominy should boll for at least four hours being put on to cook in cold salted water and cooked gently until the ker nels are soft For breakfast put a table spoonful each of lard and butter into a skillet and when very hot add the cooked hominy turning it often until the entire quantity is browned Serve very hot MINERS MAY STRIKE The Kentucky coal miners and operat ors have failed to reach an agreement A strike will take ploce if the wage scale is not adjusted next week John Mitchell has been requested to be present at the conferenceRETURN YOUR TICKETS All parties having tickets in their possession for the MacCarthy concert are urged to return the same at the general meeting be held tomorrow afternoon at Hibernian Hall The Presidents of Iivisiorisand State Secretary Butler will be there to receive them MADE DIG GAIN Division 3 of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians initiated a class of twentyfive candidates Thursday night President Tom Quinn and Secretary Pat Welsh feel elated over the character of men who are now becoming members The work of thedegree team surpassed their former efforts and the impression made in the exemplification of the ritual was one that the new members will not soon forget Division 3 now ranks second in this country and there will be a strong effort made to pass Division 4 STORYBTTE3 They were ottering the tender nonsense that precedes the great question Aftdsad the girl bravely if pov erty comes we will face it together Ah dearest he replied Ithe mire sight of your face would scare the wolf awayAnd ever since he has wonderedwhy she returned his ring TitBits Two Irish immigrants just arrived stood one morning on the Government landing watching a dredger at work a few yards away Presently a diver full rigged crawled painfully from the chan nel slime up a ladder to the deck of the dredge One of the Irishmen very much surprised turned to his companion and saidLook at that man Look at him Begorra if Id knowed tbeway over Id walked too- During the erection of one of the largest tenements in Glasgow one of the laborers had the misfortune to get struck with a brick on the head He engaged a lawyer to claim compen sation for his injury The lawyer was successful in chaining twentyone pounds sterling and sent for the injured one to pay him over the damagesobtained When the laborer got to the office the llawyer banded him ten pounds He stood for sometime looking at the money in his band so the man of law remarked Whats the matter Begorra replied fhe laborer Im just wondering which one of us got hit withthat brick THE EYE Black or very dark eyes denote a ca parity for extreme ardor in love Greenish tints in blue or hazel eyes are the signs of wisdom and courage Steel colored eyes usually denote a cold nature also deceit and treachery Russet brown eyes untinged by yellow mean an affectionate and gentle disposi lion Dark blue eyes while indicating affec tion and purity do not represent intel lectuality Variable gray eyes are highly intel lectual and Indicative ofan isapuhvlve and empressJonable temperament Clear light hint eyes especially if ac companied by 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0e000 tOO SATOLLI COUNCIL Expresses Sympathy Death Frank Perry following resolutions death Frank Perry prepared Messrs John Crotty William OConnor Louis Baker William OSulliva- and McDonogh adopted Satolli Council meeting Monday night Whereas deep regret learn death good friend Frank Perry brother beloved friends Messrs James William George Perry members andWhereas realize these words feebly express sincere heartfelt sympathy Resolved Satolli Council assembled conveying bereaved family ments sorrow further Resolved these resolu family friend Catholic press Louisville likewise spread upon minutes Satolli Coun Young Mens Institute meeting unimportant only routine business being transacted steps taken waiting candidates ready receiving union initiation Sunday week Satolli making factory progress winter spirit energy continue present officers made record They anxious reach front entitled hearty support Catholic young LAROe MILLINERY STOCK Katie Costigan opened handsome millinery parlor Market street where invites friends large stock embraces stylish bonnets known milliners Those patronize pleased treatment they receive READY BUILD insurance willsoon paid Board Trustees Augustines church Jeflersonville ready tnkeJhe initiatory steps erection handsome edifice friends beloved andzealous pastor Father OConnell assist good work their utmost extent FEDERATION regular monthly meeting Catholic Federation postponed Friday night Satolli officers delegates Good Friday hence action There letters usual importance Friday besides much business interest members BECOMES SOLDIER good friend WInD Board Public Safety Kentucky soldier having appointed Colonel Beckham Winn uniform honor dignity whenever occasion demands army troops ready respond command CHORAL SOCIETY Hibernian Choral Society which gives great promise hold regular rehearsal meetings home Cunningham street quite probable organize give musicale future proceeds procure musical library SECURED THEATER Republican State convention will city week May Chairman Barnett arranged contract Manager John Mactuley theater conveaHoa Unless breach iiMaled tfefirerwillbe fight loeel factiousforr recognition White Black Waists Ladies priceIndia IndiaLinon Shirt Waists made clustered Ladies Cotton Voile Shirt Waists assorted colors Ladies Best Grades of Union=Made Clothingy Furnishings Oats nd t Shoes Spring Lines 111 Ready iat LEVYSTHIRD Fine Spring Millinery All the newest and up to date Hats and Bonnets embracing SpringMilneryl imported patterns and an end less variety of Street Hats Whatever Is wanted in the milli nery line can be found here and all orders filled on short notice guaranteedto Mrs K Costigan 816 W MARKET STREET WANT SHORTER HOURS The carpenters unions have given notice to the contracting builders that they will demand an eight hour day on May 1 This notice was given iu No vember 1903 and the contractors have had ample time to arrange for the new order of things The regulation is not an unreasonable one and several of the leading contractors have signified their willingness to adopt the schedule- MACAULEYS M Manager Macauley announces Miss Julia Marlowe for next Monday and Tuesday for whom Charles Frohman has revived in magnificent style When Knighthood Was in Flower The po tencyof the attraction is as great as the first season and everywhere Miss Mar lowe has drawn crowded houses The amusing race horse play Checkers j will fill out the week It comes here beaded by Thomas Ross and the same cast seen in New York BUCKINGHAM The Buckingham will present a great bill next week when the popular favoriteCAt Reeves and his big beauty hold the boards This company is said be a constellation of vaudeville andHcomedy stare and the two musical leagues have met with great favor in the leading vaudeville theaters of the country MASONIC THEATER For Easter week the Masonic Theater has secured the Brothers Byrne who come with a brand pew and uptodate i edition of the New Eight Bells The company is a strong one the stage set ting unique and inerrinWot and novel sUsaUww iKevall fiwwUie rise to the- mdrop of tile curtain t- Ri t NEW TREES American Elms Replace Eng lish Variety at Geth semanl The beautiful shade trees approachi the entrance to Gethsemani Abbey Nelson county which were destroyed last year by some Insectiverous growt have been replaced The trees we English elms planted many years ag reo They were replaced with American elms sent out from Louisville Ernest Kettig Superintendent of the Western Park set- out 176 elms in place of the old ones and Abbot Obrecht is pleased witn the work Col F Joseph Herrmann President t of the Sinking Fund assisted Super- Intendent Kettig in the work and Louis Seelbach of the Park Commissioners who is a friend of the Abbot was also present The new trees will afford a shade within the next two years and eventually will be as beautiful as the old ones RESOLUTIONS OF SYMPATHY St Michaels Branch of the Cathol Knights of America of which the la Hugh Higgins was a member passed t following resolutions upon his death their last meeting Whereas God in His divine mercy has called to his heavenly abode our beloved brother Knight of St Michaels Branch No 642 C K of A Hugh J Higgins andWhereas By his death the branch has lost one who has been a faithful membe- and who had served shortly before his deathas Recording Secretary of this branch be it Resolved That Branch No 642 to Brother William M Higgins and fa ily its sincere sympathy and be it further Resolved That these resolutions be spread on our minutes and that a copy be sent to the bereaved family of our departed brother and a copy sent to the Kentucky Irish American and the Catholic Knights of America Journal MOVES SOUTH Edmund Coil one of the best known men in Jeffersonville and for some time the popular individual bookkeeper for the First National Bank of that city has resigned hIs position and gone to Birmingham Ala where he will be general storekeeper for the Louisville and Nash ville railroad The position is responsi ble one and pays a handsome salary His many friends feel elated over his suc cess though they will miss him from their midst NEW MASS A magnificent new mass by the famous composer Gullmant will be sung tomor row in the Dominican church of St Louis Bertrand Many beautiful solos occur during the different parts of this new mass and these will be rendered by members of that choir This is one of the best choirs in the city and one can always be sure of hearing excellent music at the services WOMENS EUCHRE The Catholic Womans Club will give another of tits delightful euchres in the club rooms on Walnut street next Tues day Those given before Lent were very popular therefore a large attendance of lady and gentlemen friends may be looked for to contest for the handsome prizes that will be distributed This there will be a sale of Easter cakes OFFER FREE BOOTH The Board df Directors of the Floyd J Fair Assoolation met in New I Albany on Wednesday night and offered I comprising the St Edwards I ospital Club a booth daring the fair beheld next August free of chasge toii generous offer will be accepted and add much to the popularity the fair SACK FROM HOT SPfUNOSII Col Jim Whallen and Edward T Tier hey who have been at Hot Springs Ark for three weeks Returned home Thursday Col Whallen went to the Springs for stomach trouble and Mr Tierney for relief from fbetiaiaUscH Both returned uch improved ia health o- J I0 444444 H ++ DRESS YOUR BOYS TASTILY WITH THE LoevenhartClothes For School Dress and Confirmation Without doubt the smartest line of Boys I Clothes in the city for you parents td seJ lect fromI JAP SAILORS RUSSIAN BLOUSE AN- DBUSTER BROWN Novelty Suits for ages 2344 to 8 years BOYS DOUBLE BREASTED SUITS FOR CONFIRMATIONPlain ets unfinished Worsted and Cheviots Also an endless va effectsfortrouser boys up to 16 years 3GO to TBO TIf DANDNAR- Kfltttt J J+tttttt i ITMG e J + OOBkG oft FRAMESgctotATTHE LOWEST 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