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F KENTucKYIRIsH AMERICAN OLUlIE XIINO 17 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 23 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTS EMIGRATION From Ireland to tho Unite States Is Decreasing Steadily Good Effects of Efforts of Anti Emigration Society Felt Few Immigrants Have Arrived at Ellis Island DurlngTnst Three Months I DANGER THAT THREATENS IRELAND Figures obtained at thu Immigration Bureau at Ellis Island N Y show that the appeal recently issued by the Anti Emigration Society cf Ireland is having its effect This appeal in part is as fol lows We appeal to the Irish American and Catholic press to educate public opinion on this vital question We appeal to the IrishAmerican Bishops and clergy to ask their people not to assist emigration from Ireland and finally we appeal to the Irish organizations and societies in America to throw their united strength into the effort to hold Ireland as the cradle land of the race The appeal is signed among others by Cardinal Logue Archbishop of Armagh Thomas Feunelly Archbishop of Cashel John Healy D D Arch bishop of Tuam R A Sheehan Bishop of Waterford and Lismore and Joseph Hutchinson Lord Mayor of Dublin The official figures collected by the New York Sun of last Sunday show that during the month of January last year 292 immigrants of both sexes reached these shores from Ireland in February 457 and in March 1412 or a total for the three months of 2161 During the first month of the present year there are rived 239 in February 353 while the number for the month of March just past was 1075 or a total of 1667 a decrease for the three months of 494 or nearly 25 per cent If this rate of decrease should maintain itself during the present month and throughout the summer and fall it would mean a reduction of about 8300 on last years total immigration which was 35310 and reduce it toa poIntlower than it has been in a quarter of a century The annual Irish immigration to this country for half a century has averaged more than 50000 During the last year 1903 there came from Italy 230622 from AustriaHungary 260011 and from Russia 136093 During the first three months of this year there came from Italy about 37510 immigrants The decrease in the Irish immigration possesses many interesting features not the least of which are the efforts and propaganda of the Anti Emigration r Society This organization would stop all Irish emigration to this country right now on the ground that the very exist ance of the old country as the cradle land of the race is threatened It is further argued that the opportunities for newcomers are not what they used to be and that the lot of the immigrant after landing for some considerable time at least is often a very hard one The AntiEmigration Society say in their appeal The greatest danger threatening Ire land today is the danger of the extinc tion of the Irish race within her own shores For now nearly sixty years the flow of emigration has gone on continu ously till the population of the country is reduced onehalf what it was before the famine In the short space of the last twenty years according to the report of the Commissioner General of Immigra tion at Washington no less than 910000 men and women emigrated from Ireland to the United States alone Of these 755000 or 83 per cent were In the prime of life between the ages of fifteen and thirtyfive and in Ireland at the last census the whole number of persons of these ages was only one and a half mil lion so that the loss of her young popu lation to one country alone in the last twenty years was fully onehalf of the present adult population in the prime of life The enormous withdrawal of the most vigorous portion of the nation has lad its natural results The native popu lation is steadily falling The marriage rate and birth rate are the lowest of any civilized country lunacy is increasing to an alarming degree and the scarcit of labor is felt in many branches o agriculture Moreover while the strea of Irish emigration sets toward the West there is a steady influx of foreigners who are rapidly constituting themselves th dominant commercial and industrial interest At the census of 1901 the foreign born population of the country had increased by nearly 10000 in th- decennial period If this double process of emigration and plantation be allowed toI continue it is obvious that the nativ- Irish will soon be supplemented in their own land by people of other races Th Irish in America have a great respond bility in this crisis in the fate of Ireland It is estimated that the passages of more than half the emigrants are prepaid by relatives in the United States It therefore rests with the Irish in America to decide whether emigration shall continue at the present abnormal rate Ireland at the present time cannot afford to lose a single one of of her children Apart from the mottoaic 1low to tlMeoaatl1l I IJ ni 0 the emigration of every adult means the withdrawal from the nations ranks while the battle for racial existence iis proceedingMany Americans are lending Ald though the danger of permitting the outflow of emigration to continue was felt in Ireland a long time ago it remained for a conference held at Cork August 20 last and presided over by Bishop Sheehan to give the movement new life After referring to the fact that the Irish abroad had a great deal to do with the emigration of the past in sending passage tickets he remarked that if the present drain was to go on much longer the condition of the nation would be irredeemable v FATHERS AND MOTHERS Delighted With Childrens Enter tainment at St Marys Hall Several hundred fathers and mothers and a large audience thronged St Marys Hall last Sunday evening and were every one delighted with the entertainment given by their children pupils of the parochial school taught by the Sisters of Loretto The programme was excellently arranged the little people being perfect in their respective parts St Marys school is taught by Sister Mary Edward the Superioress andsisters Fredallne Fulgentia Beatrice Margarette Perpetua and Georgians the two last named teach ing music The opening farce and four act drama Afforded Herman Deddens R Bosler the engineer and Misses R Felhoelter Ella Gathof J Felhoelter M Nitzkeu and others an opportunity to display taleat of the highest order The musical part of the programme was unsurpassed by any ever seen here and made manifest the care with which the Sisters instruct their pupils The St Cecilia Club composed of twentyone pupils rendered pleasing selections The Flight of the Swallows being generously applauded Henry Nitzken and Francis Gathof first violins and Misses Hunold Hawkins Gottbrath Sund Gathof Event I and Weiss on the pianos surprised everybody and were all compelled to respond to encores All the others did equally well and as another performance will be given tomorrow night a large audience will greet them I I ALUMNAE EUCHRE To Ralso Funds to Build Switch to Loretto Academy Quite a number of well known Louis ville ladies members of the Alumnae of Loretto Academy met Monday afternoon at the rooms of the Catholic Womans Club and took initiatory steps for the building of a railroad switch from the station to Loretto Academy which would be a great convenience for the friends and patrons of that famed female educational institution Among the number present were Misses Maggie Judge Marie Merrimee Emma Reidhar Lula Mae Drown May Cawtbon Mes dames George Hoertz Jr Maggie Nevin Doherty Lizzie Byrne Jansen Kate Longworth Nellie Bindewald Minnie Gault Price Thomas Scheviers Rodman and Parsons Letters were read from Mrs Anna N Cunningham and others who were unable to be there After some discussion it was agreed to give a great euchre at St Marys Hall on Wednesday afternoon May 25 Rev Father Westerman having generously tendered the use of the hall for the occa sion Many handsome articles of value will be distributed prizes among them some very pretty point lace collars and handkerchiefs Tickets will be put on sale at once I IRELAND Sent 378 1253 Immigrants to United States Between 1821 and 189O Between the years 1821 and 1800 Ire land gave 3781253 immigrants to the United States a number greater than the population of the entire country at the Revolution Ireland contributed more than twofifths of all Immigrants from 1821 to 1850 more than onethird from 1851 to I860 and very nearly onefifth from 1861 to 1870 From 1891 to 1900 it Soythefaccordm ing to the census of 1900 4981037 were born of Irish fathers and those born of nae tionalities numbered 236627 The can sus of 1900 shows that Irishmen and their descendants in the first degree numbered nume bers and when you consider the figures given taken from the most reliable asesome do that onethird of the population Te write the history therefore of the Irish element in the United States is to write the history of the country LECTURES FOR TRINITY Dr Phil Beutel Jr haa consented tto deliver a lecture to the members of Trig ity Council at their club rooms Monday night Hie subject U one that will iliter- alleet young men and wi1l1feaWy haodkd u J p I WORLDSFAIR BALLOT sS sse eMc KENTuCKv IIII N 1ClER1CAJ p WO fM S FAI13 ALI40T 3+c I VOTE FOR ADDRU SIGNED f t Saturday April 23 1904 r + 90QQQQt t+ CCi OOO sr I WAXING WARMER Interest in Our Popularity Con test Has Now Reached Chicago Ballots Pouring in From All Quarters For Favorite Candidates Friends of the Ladles Bogln ing to Show Their Strength ONLY TWO MORE 1MONTHS FOR WORK I The great popularity contest inaugu rated by the Kentucky Irish American to enable its readers to go to the great Exposition in St Louis free of cost in creases in interest with each week nearer the opening which occurs on May 2 Those who have entered the contest are all popular ana deserving persons Their friends could do them nn greater kind ness than to send ina few subscriptions to this paper and thus help them to win one of the prizes For each new subscription credited to a contestant fifty votes will be given The paper will be sent to any address for any number of years desired and the votes credited to the person who is designated The Ken tucky Irish American is becoming more popular every day and its readers seem more devoted to it It is well worth the price of subscription- The great Exposition will be the won der of the world and everybody will want to see it for a few days at least The Kentucky Irish American offers a free trip to the fair with hotel bills paid to those of its readers who wish to go themselves and send their friends The friends of the contestants should get out and hustle during the remaining time It is an easy matter to get four or five subscriptions if one goes about the matter in the right way Dur ing the past week our list of new sub scribers has greatly increased from this source but the increase has not been near so great as it should have been if the friends of the contestants were a little more active There are hundreds who would subscribe if properly approached A capital idea to spread the Irish liter ary light at the St Louis Exposition has been initiated by some contemporary Irish writers says the Irish Weekly This will take the form of a new volume of original essays poems and stories by contemporary Irish writers to be entitled Irish Voices D J ODonoghne has undertaken the editorship and among the contributors are Dr George Sigerson Dr Douglas Hyde William B Yeates MissJane DarlowIA E Mrs Hink son Katherine Tynan Mrs Clement Shorter T P Gill Stephen Gwynn and othersThe books will be published in Ireland and copyrighted in America and the proceeds of the sale will be devoted to three objectsthe publication of unpublished Irish MSS the provision of a fund for the erection of memorial tablets or statues to deceased Irish authors and the encouragement of young writers by the foundation of annual prizes for literary works Sir Thomas Lipton has already ordered 500 copies for distribution among the public libraries of America Since the last publication of the stand ing there has been a large vote cast all of the candidates receiving encouraging support The surprise of the week was the heavy vote cast for Miss Mamie Reilly who still holds first place among the young ladles Miss Mary Foley remains in second place but the friends of Miss Ella OCounell declare they will take the lead by the first of May Thursday morning 250 votes were cast for Col Mike Reichert hy parties residing in Chicago and this display of outside strength will greatly encourage his sup porters throughout Kentucky When his local vote begins to come in there will be something doing and John HettMsty and Du McKenna will both know they hate a twpt 9IUMir baud Lieut Tow Pita In 1 s gibbous has increased his lead and is com ing strong though Frank McDonogh writes from Washington that upon his return he will enter the rate in earnest and not quit until he feels certain the prize is his y Beginning the first week in May the correct standing of the contestants will appear in each issue The last ballot and contest will close with our Worlds Fair and anniversary number oft July 2 next This will give the winners imple time to prepare for the great trip to St Louis during the Hibernian convention The standing when the vote was counted Thursday night waS as Poll wsj MARRIED couP It John H Hennessey and wife 3146 Dan McKenna and wife I 3126 tj Michael Reichert and wife 1950 John J Sulllvau and wifeT 1300 t1300ThomasJohn J McGurk and wifel 900 Joseph P McGinn and wifr t 850 John Meagher and wife 800 Dave Burke and wife 700 W G ORourke and wife 1i 700 Harry Brady and wife 700 Pat F McCarthy and wif 450 SINGUJ IU J Mamie Reilly 3rA I824 Mary Foley v j t 1470 Ella OConnell sVji 1 1212 Margaret Norton o ft + J 821 Alice Walsh 650 Catherine Couadeau 450 Julia Kelly 450 Mary Cavanaugh 450 Margaret Tobin 400 Lady Heffernan 150 Mamie Keenan 150 smews GKNTIBMAN Lieut Tom Fitzgibbons 6154 Frank McDonogh 3926 Charles Raidy 1427 John Cavanaugh 1200 TomCamfielIii 1150 Louis Dugan 1000 John Crotty 2507b0 Ed Dalton Tom Furlong 000 Will McNally 550 James Hand 450 Ed Toomey 450 George Percy Wells I 305 I KING EDWARD Justin McCarthy Says He Is a Good Friend to the Green Isle Justin McCarthy writing in the Inde pendent of last week on King Edward VIL and His Parliament on the diffi culties between the King and his Minis ters and the disagreements of these latter among themselves appears thoroughly convinced of Edwards good will to Ire land He says The general effect of all that one can hear from anything like authoritative and trustworthy sources is that the King has entered upon a career of genuine and highminded statesman ship and is doing his best to make his reign memorable by enlightened and upright measures Every evidence on which we can place any reliance shows that he is determined that full justice shall be done to the rightful claims of Ireland and indeed this was to be seen from the very moment when he appointed Sir Anthony MacDonnell Chief Secretary to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland a posi tioa which is practically the chief work ing place in the Irish Government As Mr McCarthy is a good home ruler and was for many years Vice Chairman of the Irish party his word must have weight on this subject EUCHRE AND DANCE The euchre and dance to be given by the Past Presidents of Trinity Council Y M I next Wednesday evening will be an enjoyable occasion The following con stitute all of the Past Presidents in the order that they served and all are recog nized as hustlers and have many friends in and out of Trinity Council Ben F Hund James B Kelly John J Sullivan GarveyTheres everyJlolderdraw A Rood band has been secured to furnish the music for the dancing and all who attend will be shire to be satisfied with the evenings eujo went All are Urged to come early so is to begin the attcfare promptly aO 7 THEIR BIG NIGHT Hibernians From All Divisions Assisted at tho Last Initiation Selected Team Confers Degrees Upon Candidates For Division 2 A Social Session Follows With Hour For Song Speech and Story PRESIDENT FORDS FINE CHARGE The long looked for big night for the members of Division 2 A O H and their friends was celebrated last Friday evening at Hibernian Hall where enthu siasm and the best of feeling prevailed until midnight Officers and members representationffof the selected degree team who conducted the initiatory ceremonies in very impressive manner President Con Ford occupied the chair and with the assist ance of Secretaries Keiren and Keaney rushed the routine business through rapidly that there might be ample time for the Initiatory ceremonies that were to follow Among the visitors were three State officers Vice President Hennessey Secretary McGinn and Treasurer Butler The County Board was represented by President Patrick Sullivan Secretary Welsh and Treasurer John Sullivan with Messrs Thomas Dolan James Barry and William M Higgins from Division 1 Denny Coleman Dave Sullivan and Pat Begley from Division 3 and Secretary Tom Callahan Gregory ORourke Tom Dolan and Charles Callahan from Divis ion 4 Application were received from Will Lucy and Martin Clasby following which the President announced the following list of candidates elected and eligible to the degrees William JJ Ice Thomas Ridge Roger McDermott Frank Clasby Nat Leezer John Connaughtoq John Riley John Ridge John McNally Daniel Leezer and Edward Dwyer While the degree team was making ready for their work a communication was read from the Catholic Federation calling forthe per capita tax which was allowed County President Sullivan was called for and responded with a neat speech complimenting the officers and members for their hustling abilities He expressed himself as proud of what was being done and would be pleased to see Division 2 continue its good work until the membership became the strongest in the city though they would have to struggle hard to overtake Division 4 The choir of Division 3 Denny Cole man presiding at the piano was present and sang several selections while Joe McGinn put the guards through a drill that displayed real military knowledge and bearing The degree team for the occasion was taken from the four divisions the exemplification of the ritual being themost impressive yet seen Pat rick Sullivan surpassed himself as Patti clan James Barry as Bard and Tom Dolan as Oracle winning high praise for their interpretation of the work and splendid elocution Grand Guide Joe McGinn and Scribe John Keaney made no mistakes and when the candidates entered there was a pleaoaut surprise for those who are working hard to increase the membership of the Ancient Order of HiberniansThe four degrees were conferred taking nearly two hours but the climax was reached during the fourth On all sides were heard kind expressions for the new members and their behavior They will prove a strong addition to the ranks of Division 2 which seems to be again on I I the road to the front rank When the degree team had completed its work President Ford thanked the degree teamou behalf of the1 division for their assistance and then addressed himself to the new lI mesa ban wise were bnpaetad to do some F thing for the Ancient Order of Hiber nians besides drawing benefits He urged them to go out and bring their young friends into the grandest order that a Catholic Irishman can belong to After further pointing out to them their duties he gave a lucid explanation of what was meant by unity friendship and Christian charity the three things upon which the order was founded This address made its impress upon all present but there was hearty applause when all were invited to the adjoining room where Joe Lynch and several others were presiding Here a nice collation was served and refreshments dispensed with the greatest liberality As soon as the tables were relieved of their burden pipes were lighted and all again repaired to the meeting room for an hour of speech song and story Edward Dwyer sang the first song and was loudly encored Tom Dolan of Division 1 made a short but sensible talk interspersed with anec dotes that put all in the best of humor but it was his tribute to Irishwoman hood and the Ladies Auxiliary that aroused the greatest enthusiasm of the evening It was a gem that we regret we did not secure for publication Dave Sullivan of Division 3 and Tom Dolan of Division 4 were also called upon and all in all the big night of Division 2 was all that the most enthusi astic Hibernian could have hoped for Too much praise can not be given Joe Lynch and Con Ford who inaugurated the great revival now going on This report would not be complete without a word for the choir led by Messrs Patrick Welsh and George Butler Both were in excellent voice and their singing added no little to the success of the initi atory ceremonies LADIES SOCIAL Auxiliary Elected Twelve More Members Lost Wednesday Evening At the regular meeting of the Hibernian Ladies Auxiliary Wednesday night twelve more applicants were balloted for and elected to membership They were Mrs John F Rodgers Misses Lizzie King Bertha King Katie Noland Maggie Harrigan Mamie Sullivan Anna Sullivan Irene Bullock Mrs Alice Dougherty Misses Katie Moran Maggie Glenn and Nell Noland All but the last four were present and received the obli gation The twelve will receive the degrees with many others at the next initiationMiss Sweeney was elected Treasurer to succeed Mrs Will Meehan who had resigned The choice was a splendid one and will give general satisfaction Misses Mary Sheridan Mary Corcoran and Lizzie King were upon motion ape pointed to draft new bylaws and Mrs Margaret Foley and Misses Maggie Coughlln and Jennie McEvoy were named members of the Auditing Com mitteeIt resolved that only a short busi ness session be held at the next meeting when another of the enjoyable social receptions will be given the Hibernians of this city and their lady friends The Literary Committee are arranging a pro gramme of special merit and a large gathering is certain if the night be at all fair- S MACKIN COUNCIL Concurs In Recommenda tion of Ways and Moans Committee Mackin Council Y M I held a rous ing meeting Tuesday night when the recommendations of the Ways and Means Committee were read and almost unanimously concurred in Chairman William Kerberg read the report which provides for the erection of a club house that will cost approximately 10000 The action of the council in concurring in the recommendations of the committee is not final the undertaking being so large that every move will be given care ful consideration However it is almost certain that Mackin will within the next two years have the finest building in the West End James Shelley presided and when the elections took place declared Will Shaughnessy the choice for First Vice President and John Kinney and Anthony Baurla members of the Executive Com mitteeTomorrow the candidates awaiting admission to Mackin will receive the degrees at the joint initiation at Trinity Council Hall which means a large gain in membership Chairman Charles Raldy called a meeting of his com mittee for Friday night when active work was begun for the annual outing at Fern Grove I I I BANQUET FOR MEMBERS Nonpairielorganization of the city will banquet at Fountain Ferry Park This banquet will be held for the purpose of making the acquaintance of the new and old members and hearing the programme arranged for the coming season President Louis Kieffer will preside as toastmaster and responses willbe made by Messrs Charles Parson Will Daily Thomas Clines Gus Vacca Roy Campbell and Edward Baer The clubs opening dance which will inaugurate the summer series will be given on Wednesday evening May 4at Fountain Perry Park which haa been Mciutd for the MMOB u u FATHERDRURYSPaper Attention at Missionary Conference Event of Deep Interest to Catholics Throughout This Country Makes Plea For Maintenance oi Missionaries In the South s LAYMEN OFFER THEIR ASSISTANCE One of the most notable events of this year so far and of deepest interest to Catholics throughout the country was the missionary conference last week at the apostolic mission house on the grounds of the Catholic University Washington D C The conference opened on Wednesday April 6 and closedon the following Tuesday The missionaries assembled were those who especially devote themselves to the work of giving missions to the nonCatholics They came from all parts of the country Father Drury author of the valuable 1 book lately published entitled What the Church Teaches represented the diocese of Louisville at the conference qnestlons various parts of the country were read and subjects of great importance relative to the good of religion were ably dig cussed Father Drury read a paper on mission bands in the South whichwas of intense interest to the conference Defining one of the principal purposes of the Missionary Union to be the main tenance of missionaries in the South he suggested that some practical plan be formulated opening the way for laymen to cooperate in the work The matter was referred to the Directors of the Mis sionary Union but several prominent Knights of Columbus declared that they would undertake to call the attention of their respective councils to the matter The Right Rev Bishop Maes ot Coving ton presided at all the sessions of the conference At the closing session the Most Rev Archbishop Elder of Cincin nati and Right RevBIshop Horstmanf of Cleveland addressed the conference Enthusiasm reached the climax when Bishop Maes read the dispatch from our Holy Father Piux X benignly bestowing his blessing upon the missionaries and their work Thus closed the conference but the supreme event of the week so far as the missionaries and the Catholics of the whole country are concerned was the solemn dedication of the new apostolic mission house lately erected by the Mis groundsjust boos officiated at the dedication The Archbishops of Cincinnati New York Dubuque Milwaukee Philadelphia and St Louis were present also the Bishops of Covington Cleveland and Detroit the University faculty and a very large number of clergymen from several States After the Cardinal had blessed the house Father Doyle made a statement of how the house is a fruit of the missionary con fereuce held at Winchester Tenn three years ago thanked the benefactors who have generously contributed to its erec tion and appealed to the public to aid in promoting the aims and purposes of the Missionary Union The Right Rev Rector of the University Monsignor OConnell in a pleasant address declared Ithe mission house to be one of the most important of the several great institutions surrounding and connected with the University The Most Rev Archbishop Glennon of St Louis delivered an elo quept sermon and the ceremonies closed with benediction of the blessed sacra ment The opening of the apostolic mission house makes a new epoch in the history of the Catholic church in Amer ica The mission house is a college where priests can take a postgraduate course to prepare for missionary work and equip themselves to cope with con ditions that prevail in the missionary field The house is yet to be endowed which fact gives an opportunity to the laity to show that spirit of selfsacrifice which is essential to the maintenance of missionary work The missionary epoch which is begun in the church in America means the expansion of Christian charity and the development of the missionary spirit among the people as well as among the clergy and it is confidently hoped that the laity will respond generously to the appeals of the Missionary Union which has assumed the obligation of maintaining the apostolic mission house and of sending missionaries to those parts of the country where they are so badly needed especially the South The Missionary Union is incorported under the laws of the State of New York and numbers Archbishop Farley and j Archbishop Ryan among its directors In ten years it has distributed thousands of dollars in maintaining missionary work in the South and West and now it has erected the apostolic mission house Every Catholic in America should rejoice at its great success and those who are blessed with means should hasten to send selveemeae tandn- z 1 NTUOKY IRISH AMM iiIZI0s1 S r KLNTIIGKY IRISH flMERIGM noted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc Rutered at the Louisville Postofflco as SecondClass Matter WdietaiU CoTiainnlcallonitothe KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 326 West Qreca Street UNION LAeEI COUNCIL yTRADESLOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY APRIL 23 1904 INSECTIVEROUS LAWYER AND OTHERS ki No doubt that learned jurist atld h universally esteemed Judge Emmc Field and the accomplished lawyer who practice in his court were mortified on Monday when Wiffiat T Burch who has a permit tto practice law in the courts of Louisville stated his reasons for asking a change of venue in the case of Sarah Wilson against the Sisters of the Good Shepherd for 5000 dam agesmortified that such insectivei ous persons as Burch have the right to appear before an honorable court and make any kind of a motion The crass ignorance displayed by Burch on this occasion should forever disbar him from the practice claw even if there was nothing mor serious against him His motion was to take the case out of Jefferson county because one fourth of the population of Louis ville is Roman Catholic and his client who was formerly in the re formatory conducted by the Sister for the uplifting of fallen women and girls could not get a fair trio in this honorable court Judge Field doubtless considering the character of the man who made the motion and his dense ignorance did not send him to jail for con tempthe simply overruled the motion and will try the case him self In giving his chief reason for asking a change of venue Burcl read from the Kentucky Irish American an article in which it was stated that if Burch were as adep in the use of soap and water as in malignity he would present a much better appearance in court and else where A copy of the Kentuckj Irish Amenican was filed in court as an ekhibit to show that the organs of the Catholic church in Louisville were assailing him for not washing himself more fre quently and therefore he coulc not get a fair trial for his client Just think of a lawyer making a statement like that What dots the Bar Association think of it The Kentucky Irish American has nothing to retract about the soap and water suggestion made to Burch in a former editorial but it desires to add that Burch should now go to night school evidently having failed to attend in his early days the dear little red schoolhouse which his A P A brethren pro fess to love so much The Kentucky Irish American has no quarrel with those who do not profess the Catholic faith We have no enmity against Burchwe only have pity for him Our quar rel is with those who put men of his character forward to annoy and to attempt to smirch the character and impugn the motives of saintly women who are devoting their lives to the uplifting of unfortunate fe males Burch is not so much to blame as the insects who arebehind him These keep in the dark where insects of a certain character thrive and put men like Burch forward to bring suits in the courts not in good faith but to foment strife and religious animosity among the ignorant and vicious We had hoped that the days of Knownothingism and A P Aism in Louisville were over The city has suffered sufficiently from those two causes to last a century But every now and then there is an put cropping of religious bigotry which o casts discredit on the intelligence of the community This suit against 7theSisters of the Good Shepherd is of this character and should have no standing in court Burch made one statement in his motion for a change of venue which is true and which his backer should not forget onefourth of the population of Louisville is Catholic That onefourth is also re- spectableI and lawabiding and wilt insist upon its rights in and out of the courts In conclusion we wish to say this town was named after a Catholic its first settlers were Catholics its first Postmaster was a Catholic and at no time in one hundred year has it been successfully proved thl1t a Catholic refused to give his fellow citizen a fair trial At no time have Catholics persecuted nonCatholic on account of their religious belie or want of religious belief Can nonCatholics say the same CARICATURES OFTHE IRISH New Yorks great Police Commissioner William McAdoo re cently delivered an address to the Gaelic Society of New York in which he said I consider tha one of the greatest crimes of England against Ireland was the sup pression of the development of the Irish genius If the country hat been allowed to work out its own problems in its own way I believe it would have presented to the world specimens of art music und literature as great as the world has ever seen One hope I have ii is that the effect of this movement will be the doing away with ribald songs and vile plays which an merely caricatures of our race which has a history as noble grant and pathetic any the world bas known I want the talent of the people to have a fair chance on the stage of general competition Irish societies throughout the country are doing good work in protesting against caricatures of the Irish ot the stage and in the public press Theater proprietors and newspaper publishers have learned of late that it is not profitable to make fun of the Irish race AS TO THE USE OF SOAP An editor once sat down and wrote this indorsement of a particular brand of soap to the manu facturer Dear SirI used your soap five years ago and haven used any other since But this is a digression Let us proceed Attorney Burch protested tc Judge Field that the Kentucky Irish American a Roman Catholic organ advised him to use soap and water and it would improve his appearance As his appearance has not improved it is to be inferred that he regarded the suggestion as an impertinence coming from a Roman organ and he has not used any soap or water since Possibly it is soap Mr Burch is opposed to If so let him lave his race with water and as the Irish man would say lave the soap alone Water coming from the Ohio just now in its raw state is fit for scouring knives There is inough sand iuit to scour ones ace We are willing to amend md to eliminate the soap PROPERTY RETURNS It is stated as a matter of fact by city officials who ought to know hat many wealthy men in Louis Hie annually sequester their personal property and make returns of schedules to the City Assessor which are not correct During this week the City Board of Equalization increased the valuation of the late Capt Dan Parrs schedule 5225000 Capt Parr forgot to make returns of certain property and his estatet will have to pay the ity about 4500 buck taxes The ct n c city can not collect ack taxes of more than five years delinquency or the Parr estate might have been compelled to pay much more lIt is to be regretted that all wealth men should not make correr returns of their personal property Then the tax rate would be much lower for the rich man would be paying his just proportion just like the man who owns nothing but the house he lives in The Rev Dr Powell of the Christian Campbellite church iis to deliver a sermon tomorrow night on the subject Is There a Heaven Dr Powell has already declared there is no hell Logically then there can be no heaven ye many good Campbellitcs believ that Alexander Campbell that able and pious old North of Ireland Irishman is playing a harp iin heaven right now Many of them however think he was a Scotch Irishman and that the harp is not like the one that hung in Taras halls Alexender Campbell be hewed in heaven and hell too and if he was back on earth again he would soon dispose of Dr Powell arguments HIGHLY PLEASED Were the Knights of Columbus With Their Trip to Washington The Knights of Columbus who wen from Louisville to witness the endowment of their chair of American history in the Catholic College last week arrive home Sunday night all highly delighted with the trip and its results Charles F Taylor Grand Knight of Louisville Council when interviewed had this to say tithe Kentucky Irish American The presentation of a check for 50000 by the Knights of Columbus tithe Catholic University of America for the founding of a chair of Americas history was a patriotic act as well as a splendid protestation of loyalty to the church A magnificent body of men decorated with the badges of the order assembled on the University campus to make the presentation The grand ora tions delivered on that occasion were eloquent and masterful specimens of oratory The Cardinal spoke words of encouragement and frank approval of the Knights as he accepted the check Lawyer Delaney of New York was eloquent earnest and impressive as he proclaimed the Knights to be devotedly loyal to the Catholic church The afternoon gathering was the grandest sight I ever witnessed and was one that would make any one who hat the good fortune to be there feel proud he was a Catholic Bishop Garrigau or Sioux City who first suggested to the Knights the endowment of this chair made a fine speech and Bishop Spald lugs presence greatly impressed me Our council was well represented ant was everywhere given a hearty welcome Besides visiting the national capital oui party stopped at Mount Vernon St Charles College at Ellicott City Baltimore and also the Xaverlai Institute where Frank A Menne the first graduate of St Xaviers College called upon his old teachers and other friends While in Washington we met the President and visited the Capitol Supreme Court and House restaurant where we dined with Congressman Sher Fey There are five councils of the Knights of Columbus in Washington with a membership 1400 and it was our good fortune to be received by Washington Council the oldest of them all The Washington Knights own their own temple a magnificent building where all meet GOOD MILITARY BAND Conductor Et Morbach has organized a fine military band and orchestra and is now ready to furnish music for all occa ions Morbachs band is the best in the cltYi and societies that contemplate giv Tt picnics excursions lawn fetes or entertainments should engage the band now See the advertisement elsewhere BUYS FINE HOME Edward Finn has purchased the fine residence 1016 Fourth avenue and after laving it renovated and handsomely refurnished will make it his family home His many friends congratulate him on his wise investment and hope he may live long to enjoy its benefits PRINTING The Kentucky Irish American is ready at all timed to do firstclass job printing of every description A specialty is made of commercial and society printing Gives a call and get our prices This office arries the union label- SPECIAL NOTICE The Joint Committee of the three local councils of the Young Mens Institute will meet tonight at the Willard Hotels matters of considerable interest will be discussed the attendance of all the members is desired OPENING Fred Struck will have his annual pening at his cozy cafe Second and Green streets Monday afternoon and evening The public will be given a enerow welcome Subscribe for this piper n r Written for the Kentucky trial American KENTUCKY DAIRY MAID A Song of Old Kentucky Blood titdairyBlockeyed colleen of the valley and hall- Beautlfuldutiful Julia the fairy Belle of Kentucky and pride of then all Black as the wing of the raven hose tresses Falling in ringlets oer shoulders of snow Eyes ever tempting the sunbeam caresses Fairest ohnalds thou art Julia I know Soul of my soul lithesome queen of the dairy Banish the cloud from the light of your eyes Sing the old song 0 my Julia the fairy Let melody tell of the belle whom I prize The scenes of my dreams often rise fron the dairy I stand fondly gazing once more thro the door And behold with glad heart lau hing Julia the fairy Steals in my heart to depart nevermore The prayer of my heart to tile pure Virgin Mary Ascends night and morn to the heaven ly choir Andmy soul is entranced with the hopi that my fairy May feel in her heart sacred loves holy fire May the Shepherd whose sheep oer the whole world are roving Embrace thee white lamb to His own Sacred Heart May He find thee dear Julia eternally loving- Fairest lamb of the flock of Kentucky thou art HARRY B TIaR- NEVsociW KS69SS63S9S9S9S9S9S9S9 I Ssassssssesesssssssessses Will Bird and John Burke have re turned from a pleasant visit to Danville Ill Miss Beth HJggins and brother Jacl left Monday for Memphis for a shor stay Miss Mollie McCarthy has returnee from a short visit to friends in Cincin nati e Miss Ellen McDonogh who has beet visiting friends in Indiana has returned home Miss Mayme Cunningham will leave Thursday for Chicago to spend severa weeks with relatives Miss Julia Cochran has been confined to her home on the Bardstown roadwith a severe attack of grip Col Scott Newmans host of friend are glad to see him out again after at illness of several weeks duration Harry Neehan and Jack Shea have re turned from New York City where they spent several days after leaving Wash ington Miss Birdie Harris entertained in honor of Edward Dalton at her residence Twentysixth and Bank Monday evening Refreshments were served at 12 Miss Cecil Nield who has been vlsltlnV relatives at Cincinnati arrived in the city yesterday and is the guest of her auut Mrs Walter P Lincoln Garvii PlaceI James McKenna the well known dis tiller who was here with his wife visiting her father Charles White 1025 West Jefferson street returned to Fairfield last Thursday James Reagan who has been quite successful in the wholesale liquor busi ness for the past year has been spending- a week in rest and recreation at West Baden Springs Bat Foley the well known contractor lies very ill of typhoid pneumonia at the home of his mother 823 East Jefferson streef which resulted from a cold con tracted two weeks ago Among those from this city who have been enjoying themselves at West Baden luring the past week was John Velten the popular East End Magistrate who leaded quite a delegation that had a oily good time Val Dahlens many friends will welcome the news that he is getting better md is now able to sit up He has been seriously ill at his rooms Nineteenth and Main streets for several weeks but his physicians now say he will soon be out again Messrs Edwin Bacon and Edward Conway who are on their way home from Mexico and California spent the past week as the guests of Mr Bacons sister Mrs Perry Heath in Salt Lake City They arq expected to arrive here text week Misses Ida and Eva Raidy will leave Monday morning for St Louis to attend the wedding of their cousin Miss Nellie Ryan sister of Rev Father Ryan President of St Stephens College New will spend two weeks in the WorldsFair city Frank Ackerman the well known amptonstreet grocer will arrive home today from Martinsville where he went two weeks ago to be treated for rheumatism The rest from business cares was very beneficial and Monday he will be again ready to meet his friends and patrons at his store St Anthonys church in Jeffersoaville i was the scene Gfa brilliant wedding Wednesday morning the contracting parth bring Jojha Herberlch and Miss j ulR Rook both well known and pop laryoHog people Folio wing the church da- r u ceremony there was a reception that lasted until late in the evening Mrs Patrick Fitzgeralds numerous friends In this city and elsewhere will be rejoiced to learn that she is now convalescent at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Ho pital and will soon be able to return I to her home in the country restored i to perfect health Mrs Fitzgerald is a sister of Joe McCarthy the grocer at Eighth and SL Catherine streets and Patrick McCarthy of Pittsburg who was called here on account of her nines Five weeks ago she was brought to Sti Mary and Elizabeths and under the tender care of the good Sisters her recovery has been steady Monday evening the marriage of Miss Fannie Mintou one of the most popular young women in the East End and Jacob Hartz a successfull business man of Evansville was solemnized at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament by Rev Father OSullivan After the ceremony there was a handsome dinner given at the residence of the bride parents The decorations were in white and green and the harpist discourse music during the evening The bride and groom left at midnight for a trip 1to Washington and New York and will make their home in Evansville The announcement of the marriage of John Green and Mrs Theresa Doyle on Wednesday afternoon came as a great surprise to their many friends The ceremony was performed at Holy Cross church Rev Father Cunningham officiating Their engagement had been known to the Kentucky Irish America for some time but was not announce because the couple preferred a quit wedding The groom is a well known young man connected with the Fischer Leaf Company and his bride is held Iin high esteem by a wide circle of Winds itn Limerick where she has resided sine childhood Thursday morning with nuptial high mass the marriage of Miss Emma Kin berger and Henry Young and the twenty fifth anniversary of the wedding of the brides parents were celebrated at Holy Cross church on West Broadway Rev Father Cunningham officiating The bride is the handsome daughter of Mr and Mrs Vidal Kinberger and has been a popular employe of J Bacon and Sons The groom is a well known young stonecutter and the pair have long been sweethearts After the church services ia reception was given friends and relative at the Kinberger home where both couples received many congratulation on the happy double event One of the prettiest weddings of the week was solemnized Wednesday afternoon at the Church of the Holy Name iin South Louisville when Miss Minnie Zoeller the vivacious and pretty daughte of William Zoeller 429 West 0 street became the bride of Edward Kute the well known machinist Firmin Bosche ousin of the bride presided at the organ and played the wedding march as the ouple entered the church which was filled with friends and relatives Miss Marie Irma Bosche was the bridesmaid and Rev Father OConnor performed the narriage ceremony After reception at the brides home the happy couple lef for Anderson In- dRECENT DEATHS George Bell for thirtyfive years with he Louisville and Nashville railroad and Dne of the best known engineers in Kentucky died Monday morning at his home 1617 West Broadway after a long illness of Brights disease which he bor with patience and Christian fortitude For the past seven months he had beet unable to leave his bed and the end was therefore not unexpected though everything possible was done to prolong his life The deceased was the father of Misses Emma Florence and Mabel Bel and abrotherof Mrs Judge McCann He was highly thought of in railroad circles end the large attendance at his funeral a- be Sacred Heart church Wednesday morning attested his popularity Rev Patrick Walsh was the celebrant of the solemn mass of requiem The following memorial adopted by his fellowengineers and railroad associates was adopted at a meeting held after the funeral and an engrossed copy sent the bereaved daughters Gods will be done He understands all things Poignant grief upon the loss of your father and great anguish fills your cup of bitterness to overflowing and xhausts you for all else but suffering But remember He views you on your lay of rejoicing and thy day of sorrow Your father was veritably a good man His loyalty to his friends his untiring devotion to his children makes us stand in contemplation now that he is dead of the beauty and sublimity of his noble character and should stimulate you to emulate his patient honest life With the death of your father we real he the loss of a true and noble friend Ve also realize that it is not all of life to live nor all of death to die The in lueuce of such a mans character lingers with those who knew and loved him In death our friend has solved the problem of life and has entered into the mysteries uf the great beyond The grave is but t1he dark tunnel through which he has to pass to the light of the final station for which he was destined There he finds rest at last for his tired body and sweet peace to his soul May this station be the great union depot where all of his comrades friends and children shall join him when the last train rolls into the Station of Eternity TIM GRADV JOHN RUED FRANK MIUBR A truly noble and virtuous life was ended a few days ago when Mrs atherine Kellett after an illness of several months most patiently orne- and fortified by every rite of the church edtoher reward in God Hera had ben an exemplary Clfriatiou life entirely devoted to her religion and her family and despite the cares and anxie wthat God peraita to try We chosen u n a i OSULLIVAN Only Local Appearance byPatrickpu the evening of Thursday May 19 Seats at Smith Nixons 71Z ACULEYS NEXT I VIOLA ALLENI- N SHAKESPEARES TWELFTH NIGHT BUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY AfcBIL 24 MAtinees Bnady Monday Wednesday Saturday FRED IRWINS NEWMAJESTICS Presenting tbe Original Extravagant Travesty on King Dodo entitled VV11cn I Vas Itiiao C B THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson SI Both Telephones 1O50 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Spring styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbr- ellasQUICK MEALG- AS RANGES Lead in quality style reputation and merit Universally acknowledged to be STANDARD OF EXCE- LLENCEGEHERSO 217 Market St near Second LDBAXFUNERAL AND EMBALMERit CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone ease 700 E Chestnut Street HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUOR Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street souls her trust in Him never faltered Her lively faith was beautiful to behold and her charity was of the type so wel described in her case by St Paul The charity that is kind is patient thiuketl no evil Rejoiceth not in iniquity but believeth all things hopeth all thing and endureth all things Truly she was a valiant woman and those who knew her best can surely rise up and call her blessed Mrs Kellett was fiftyeigh years of age and is survived by her husband and seven children She was ia devout member of St Patricks church where her funeral took place with high mass celebrated by Father Ford last Tuesday morning Her many friends whc esteemed her during life will surely add their tribute of prayers for her that the promised reward of a well spent life may be her happiness for all eternity Lawrence Kennedy died at the residence of his mother Mrs Duffy 410 West Thirteenth street last Sunday even ing after an illness of only four days with typhoid fever The deceased was thirtyeight years old and a well known young man of Jeffersonville His funeral occurred Wednesday morning from St Anthonys church Rev Father OCon nell being the celebrant of the solemn mass of requiem His remains were then laid to rest in the Catholic cemetery ELECTED OFFICERS The Married Ladies Social Club of Holy Trinity church New Albany held their annual meeting last Sunday and elected the following officers PresidentMrs John Winn SecretaryMrs Margaret Hughes TreasurerMrs William Herley The retiring officers Mrs B McClin tick Mrs E Graf and Mrs John Horn have been untiring in their efforts to promote the Interests of the club and accomplished much good work A euchre will be given next Tuesday and every alternate Tuesday afternoon and evening luring the season Those in the past have been very enjoyable and the new sfficers will strive to make equally so those to be given in the future The ladles heartily thank themembera 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friends of and sympathizers with Unions are respectfully requested to withhold their patronage from this theater until further notice from the American Federation of Musicians LOCAL No 11 I The 1900 Wasnet mates washday a pleasant one It SAVES WOMENS LIVES Do not rub your clothes to pieces and your life away over an old washboard any longer This machine is so simple and durable that it will not get out of order so easy of action that a child can operate it so effective in its work that it will wash any garment clean without boiling without scrubbing without the least wear or tear and without the use of destructive Chemicals with nothing but soapand water It washes the finest fabric surplices albs altar anti end iums lace curtains a specialty without breaking a thread button etc Try a Nineteen Hundred Washer and you will be convinced that it is all we claim for it You can try it before you buy it Wringers that will last a lifetime made by the same firm t1AttfoN g OS PeIox4AQ1 T T19 1462 STORY AVENUE II r J NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB I Spring In by the A O H to the by the Aid of St Pat was a off in the at the of 3 A O H Pat J the and an of was still pour In of and and re was the of the free trip to the Fair and Joe and were a to him of his The also to the to the up to 200 This will the Hi and the one in the most will win the a free to the Fair was and an talk to the mem bers to had 300 on the roll The field day was at some no was All were the well after a of im will come up at the next meet ing the first in by A 16 says The this pre a for cen Pius the and of the the mem bers of the the arts and in the at the Sala of the new The Last The was by the The was with the of and him his on the of the It is said that the will be a era for The of the St de Paul at St Hall last was and all the old were to see so new pres from the con were all Rev of the an and was by Rev the All the ences in the at The of 1 A O H have from tary Tom Jr to be at next the tion fee will be this is a of but to an and the of a that will in the by all is to a of the in this city last to visit his and is now the of 1529 The are with the and the well The is a fine of and as as any of his ST The of St will have tion at St The ones will come to St will be met by the and to at St the the will be to the hall an willl be for m Rev the of to a of at Mon day the will the at the will first at a no Ir In all and tan and at our mens I1j J I In all and tan and at our store and for the and 1 To of In St for the dia crown with the is to crown the of the in St next to pour in at the The will be the of the late in been to be into the crown most two of sent by the of The has him self the yet to the it from a to him but a few day by a How and For Mr M P who is in the to for the an in last in he is rule It is soon to be and soon I to see the soil of as it has never and the the of will turn the mill as have never and will be and for The of the soil will be even to the hill in the of and I soon to see the field now and with the corn It is to be Mr will be The to the in the been Mr is now on his way to the and A has by his for the and of all is to be at on the of 19 au who is a of a and has the of the his rise in has and will one in for has been a than was by the gave a to his At his at it is that a and a will Mr be felt in the 4 A O big it is the of ever he e will the The team will and all mew i of the are Meeting DERBY DAY MONDAY MAY 2 1904 Fifteen Days RacingMay 2 to May 18 SIX HIGHCLASS RACES FOR EVERY DAY Excursion Rates On All Railroads and Steamboats JOHN RILEY WINS the Worlds Fair Contest Inaugurated Owing euchre given Monday evening Ladies ricks parish there marked falling attendance meeting Division Welsh filled Presidents chair acceptably quite amount business transacted Applications those John Tyrell Dennis Tierney Patrick Shea Hugh Lawler being received ferred John Riley declared winner Worlds Messrs Lawrence Mackey Cooney Denny Coleman appointed committee notify good fortune division decided inaugurate another contest object being bring membership close just before bernian national convention bringing members prize trip Worlds State Treasurer Butler present made encouraging urging them work until they members coming discussed length though definite action taken pleased when visiting Committee reported Michael Ilehir again long illness Several matters portance Monday May LAST JUDGMENT Perosls New Oratorio Wit nessed Pope and Cardinals special from Rome dated April Vatican morning sented spectacle unprecedented turies when Pope Cardinals other dignitaries church Papal court black tocracy three hundred other guests assisted performance Regia Abbe Perosis oratorio Judgment choir which included women singers personally directed composer Pope greatly pleased presentation Abbe Perosis latest work offered congratulations success oratorio popularly present pontificate golden sacred music MANY NEW FACES quarterly meeting Vincent Society Francis Sunday afternoon largely attended members gratified many faces entThe reports various ferences encouraging Father Walsh Sacred Heart church delivered eloquent address followed Father Rock Spiritual Director confer received holy communion morning their respective churches INTEREST AROUSED members Division received special notice Secre Keenan present Tuesdays meeting when initia questfon discussed Upon question there diversity opinion everything points agreeable settlement adoption policy insure uniformity charges made divisions Every member urged attend ARRIVES FROM IRELAND Michael McNally native County Mayo Ireland arrived Sunday three brothers guest John McNally Eighth sareet other brothers Edward connected Louisville Hotel Martin known fireman visitor specimen youdg Irish manhood handsome goodlooking brothers JOSEPHS ORPHANS orphans Josephs Orphan Asylum their annual celebra tomorrow afternoon Boniface church little Josephs church where they Roman Knights escorted solemn vespers Boniface After services orphans taken where elegant collation ready them CONFIRMATIONS Right Bishop McCloskey admin istered sacrament confirmation class twentyone Holy Name church Wednesday morning Next Bishop confirm children Sacred Heart church They receive their holy communion date Mens Shoes AND OXFORDS 2 50 350 500 and styles leathers black store- FOURTH 534 AVENUE Ladies Shoes AND OXFORDS TA 2503OUj and 500 styles leathers black ladies 553FOURTH Confirmation shoes slippers boys girls Boston Shoe Com t3TORItaJ DIAMOND CROWN Adorn Statue Blessed Virgin Peters Rome Contributions beautiful mond which Pope statue Virgin Peters December continue Vatican occasion fiftieth anniversary Immacu Conception Besides offerings money many jewels have received mounted golden conspicuous among them being rosettes brilliants recently Countess Namur Pope contributed largest diamond devoted purpose taking ring presented previously devout admirer HOME RULE OConor Kelly Predicts Pros perity Good Times Ireland OConor Kelly United States raise funds Irish Parliamentary party delivered address Boston week which saidThe question today home achieved expect Ireland tilled been tilled before streams rivers Ireland wheels they turned before there prosperity good times Ireland cultivation carried tops rugged mountains Mayo expect immense untilled uncultivated waving yellow hoped Kellys prediction realized subscriptions fund East have liberal Kelly West South OSULLIVAN RECITAL welcome recital been arranged friends Patrick OSullivau IrishAmerican pianist composer whom Louisville proud given Macauleys Theater evening Thursday May under brilliant spicesMr OSullivau member widely known family attracted attention whole city during rapid Germany recently returned make appearance public before sailing Europe againNo American composer paid higher honor accorded OSul livan Berlin Philharmonic which concert devoted entirely works recital Macaulers likely local singer violinist Uslst OSullivan Wide interest will event ANOTHER Bid INITIATION Division HwJU have another initiation Wednesday night when expected largest umber candi dates presented receive degrees regular agree officiate order iavitL I DECORATION Bestowed Upon Mrs Thomas F Ryan by Pope Plus X Mrs Thomas F Ryan was notified yesterday by Monsignor Falconio Ar os tolic Delegate at Washington that Pope Pius has bestowed on her one of the decorations of the cross says the New York Sun of Sunday This honor is given in recognition of Mrs Ryans work for the church and the Vatican She is known throughout the country as a builder of churches She has aided in erecting thirtyfive besides defraying all the expenses of the erection of the Cathedral at Richmond Va She also maintains many missions and chapels among the poor Mrs Ryan recently received from Pope Pius a box of rosaries which the Pontiff blessed with all indulgences He also sent her a large portrait of himself bear ing an autograph inscription Mrs Ryan has the unique privilege of having mass celebrated in her house and her private car Pere Marquette at any time she may desire and by the highest dignitary of the church This right was one of the last honors granted by Pope Leo before his death Bishop Van De Vyver of Richmond will assist the Apostolic delegation conferring the honor BOOMING Trinity Council Getting Many New Members Into Y MI- r I The Membership Committee of Trinity Council Y M I have started out to add one hundred new members to their roll Every member has been urged to bring in at least one candidate and from the way the applications are coming in the old members are surely doing their duty and intend to secure the desired number Trinity Council has a large fund for sick and death benefits besides an extensive library gymnasium billiard room reception and card parlors The young Catholic men of the city are realiz ing what great advantages these are to them and for the small dues that are asked for membership they are availing themselves of the opportunity of affiliat- Ing with this growing organization There were nine applications at the last meeting and thus far Dr F S Clark and Robert Goebel are leading in the number brought in- COUNTY BOARD The regular quarterly meeting of the County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will be held on the last Fri day night In April It will be an impor tant session reports being due from all divisions The delegates may also take action upon the representation from Jef ferson county at the National convention MAY BE MADE CARDINAL No doubt is entertained in Rome that the Pope has decided to increase the number of American Cardinals at the con sistory be held in June next Who is to receive the honor has not yet been determined Archbishop Ryan of Phila delphia is one of the candidates favorably spoken of He is soon expected in Rome and it is said that the Pope is waiting to make his personal acquaintance before coming to a definite derision- MACAULUYS Patrons of Macauleys are eager for the appearance of Miss Viola Allen in Shakes peares great comedy Twelfth Night which will close the professional season at that popular playhouse Miss Allen will be supplemented by James Young and the entire company has been chosen with care and attention This should prove one of the seasons greatest engagements BUCKINGHAM For next weeks attraction the Buck ingham Theater offers Fred Irwins New Majesties said to be one of the most complete organizations ou the road Besides an original travesty When I Was King a merry melange of mirth and melody there is an olio quality and merit comprising somenovel features not seen here before this season MASONIC THEATER Young Tobe Hoxie the pastoral comedy which comes to the Masonic Theater next week will introduce to Louisville theatergoers Ernest Lamson said to be a young character actor of con siderable talent The play is said to be well staged and to present several in tensely dramatic situations GRAND OUT OP TOWN EXCURSION Sunday April 24 Big Four Route to the Indiana gas belt Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at 7 oclock a m Extremely low roundtrip rates as follows RusHville 1 Knlgbtstown 1 i Anderson 125 Alexandria 125 Marion f160 Tickets on sale at city ticket tSr FRflNK FEflR BREWING 60INCORBORATJBID Brewers and ttlerslLOUISVILLE KY BEER ALWAYS PUR- EPABST Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewerv untilnroDerlv agedu rELEPHONE 1380 Louisville Branch Fourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau PiIsen1 r Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREVVING CO1 ANYINOORPORATED TELEPHONE 482 LOUISVILLE ICY tt t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t t tt t+ tt t t It I + I I I + JAMES SOWDERS 159 West Jefferson Street Fish and OystersBOrH PHONES sa3 tl tt 11 + I tt tt tt tt tt tt HHMMMHf lJo KKeellnr seer 1 s rut N6f feer PeJlmaltJhip S7ror71ran anoJygeufriliny 2ltfraffhy fend For M itagJue4u1pvilleKjJSeven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now in our new home N E 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SUITS completed in time for this sale Made I IIJust Favorite Fabrics of the Season in Gray Brown Mixtures arid plain slt desIto fit correctly and durably I I IIA Value Makers Name 750 I 1 THE BIG STORE MILTON M MARBLESTONE cis CO a 230232- W LOUiSVILLE KY J I On Week Sale OneII I 424 to 434 Market Fourth St WestII lI1 +1 1 11 tIHHHH1t t 1 1 1 1H1 +1 Hi 111i 1H1t 1 +H1 Ht 1 1 GOOD C0FP1313Mean- sstrength j to the body When you get a Fresh Roasted Coffee by our patent J roaster and its our 3LbsforsocGrade you have the coffee that will please you MULLOY COFFEE ROASTER tII J HomePhbniaaj 214 W MARKET STREET CumbMln 1189 H 11 l H I 11 HH 1 11 11 H 1 H+q h i 31fII 3+1 Z itI I I tt i PIANOSThement It is decidedly THE BEST the world has produced It typifies American Genius and Culture It stands for all that is best in the highest musical development We are exclusive setters of CHICKERING PIANOS in this city and only from us can you buy a new instrument of this make We have all styles in stock We ask to examine them MontenegroRiehm Music Co 028030 nOURTH AVENUE i mm MMMM + 1pstRAY 2 CO 911- 6GarriaO6s MAIN STREET LLLL Next and you t t t t t t t t rn 1rTtTTTTTtTs DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEEN- ANK6611a11 Ilj Dougtierty M UNDERTAKERS m1 IU1 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 1- mBOTIX TI3iLI3P1EI0 J S 12O m 1 All Galls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Car rloges Furnished for Au 1 Occasions D Dougherty Homo Telephone 2915 iilii 4 BNOS SPENCER PeoplentaaaaaB rtAaou For Business Good Employment and Success CALL OR WRIT fOB rUH INrORUATIOH P Mica Ntll41at18 SIXTH AND eMAINCTREBT5 rcGsa6i6tt aa Plaster BoaraiI WALLS AND CEILINGS CONSTRUCTED I WITH THESE BOARDS CANNOT FALL Sackett Plaster Board is light economical and durable Will not warp buckle or shrink Is a fire retardent recognized by fire underwriters KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER COJlm B J CAMPBELL SONS Proprietors m UUFIbor mem Both Phones aa6t Brook and River Louisville Ky m T mI HICKEYSAMPLE ROOMa Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY Proprietor o Home ih 884 S3 4S V Je3Jf rori I t- ifftHHltrOrt HUJ 011 llH rtln III flH Hit ft H p ti oo- J BACON SONS i OUR DAINTY I tWASH FABRICSThe season finds us well prepared to please thewants of many The daintiness that is found among our assortments is the reproductions of the most renowned makers looms We have just received a new lot of Batistes in light Check Linen Suitings neat and large effects in tan 5makeC- at endofseason price Extra special per yard ally when priced at inOxford Madras medium weight coarse weave white 18MadrasWe will place on sale Corded Alberfoyle light colorings for mens shirts ladies waists Ocaadtintedgroundswithdotsandsmalldainty 400and childrens dresses Our regular price was I 18c as an extra inducement we offer them at orAlberfoyle Brocades heavier and coarser material Satine champagnesdresses shade with selfembroidered small chooseo1 4UC groundsspeciall at Silk Gauze in dainty shades of pink blue cream Shantung Glaze a very pretty fabric that can be lavender and Nile Green For evening wear this is used for either suits or shirt waists dainty shades of particularly desirable can also be used for tan and blue in dots and separate waists our special price per 15green figures launders beautifully special 45Cyard price OO fo ee OWNS t A SlIver Mine laid to Bo Worth Many Millions of Dollars The Good Fortune of James L Hackett the Well Known Distiller Louisville Friends Regret Their Refusal ofa Generous Offer J WILL SOON RECEIVE BIG DIVIDEND The many friends in Louisville and throughout the county of James L Hack ett head of the wholesale whisky firm o E William L Collins Co will be glad tt know that he is in a fair way to become ia millionaire if he is not already one Before coming to Louisville Mr Hackett lived in the mining regions in the Far West He known a great deal about mines and mining of ores smelters and all that pertains to the mining of silver and gold particularly In fact he is at expertSome time ago Mr Hackett invested in a silver mine in Nevada lie kept get ting deeper and deeper into it until hie had controlling interest which cost him a considerable sum of money Dur ing the past few days Mr Hackett has been informed by the men who are work- Ing the mine that there are hundreds ot thousands of tons of ore in sight valued at not less than 20 per ton Mr Hack ett is now making arrangements to pro cure machinery of the latest pattern to smelt the ore and when this is accom plished he expects to be getting monthly dividends from the mine amounting to more than all the distillers in Kentucky combined are making out of their investments When Mr Hackett first got bold of the mine he offered to let several of his Louisville friends in on the deal but they all had cold feet and would not invest unless he gave them security in the shape of silver bricks which he could not do then Now he has the silver in the rough and when he takes it out of the ore he expects to bring a car load of it to Louisville for the inspection of those who would not be induced to invest No man in Louisville has more friends than James Hackett and all will be glad to hear of his good fortune He is liberal to all charitable institutions now but when he gets that silver mine in good working order what he will do can not oe conjectured BAZAR FOR HOSPITAL The bazar for the benefit of St Edwards Hospital will open next Tues day night at St Josephs Hall New Albany under the direction of the Ladies Sewing Circle and continue the rest of the week Mrs Herman Fein President of the bazar will be assisted y young and old ladies from all parts of the city rind on the opening night will receive the members of Uuity Council having designated Tuesday for the Young Mens Institute During the past year St Edwards Hospital had 265 patients 142 of whom were treated for nothing and of the ninetyseven now being cared for sixty nine are charity patients This institution iadoiug great work and the bazar ought to be well patronized CANDY PULLING TODAY The annual candy pulling given the children of Holy Cross parish by Rev Father Cunningham will take place this afternoon at the school house Thirty second and Broadway So enjoyable have they been in the past that the candy pulling has become a much a county as parish affair end children troop to iJtt from all parts of the city Fath r Cue ntngliatu always baa some new twlnofel feature to introduce for the amusemen of the little one with whom tie iiDcepedal favorite D= D IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on ute Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan Vice PresidentJoseph W Dougherty Recording SecretaryThomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank street- TreasuresThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Kel ranFinancial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas Quinn CooneyEFinancial SecretaryWilliam Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly treasurerJohn P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney MurphyPresidentRobert Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial Secretary Thos OHern Treasurer Martin Gos- sSentinelAlphonse Constantine SergeantatArmsMlchael Noon Y 3vr i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentJames Shelley HerpRecordingFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2540 St Cecilia street- Corresponding Secretary Frank P BurkeTreasurerPrank MurphyMarshalGeorge Inside SentinelFrank Lanahan Outside SentinelJohn Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street CooneyFirstSecond Vice PresidentJoseph F Bell Recording SecretaryEmil E Mouth Corresponding SecretaryArthur C LauerFinancial SecretaryRobert G Goe belTreasurerWilliam l N Gasf MarshalM F Morris Inside SentinelJacob Pfalzer Outside Sentinel M F Ziegler SURELY GETTING THERE Some men succeed rapidly others do not One of the former class is A C Burge known to his friends as Cooney who less than two years ago began busi nessin a small way at 1708 Dank street By close attention and courteous treat ment of his customers he has succeeded in acquiring a good trade and has added the next storeroom to his place Mr Burge conducts a union grocery and bar both of which are well stocked with the best of everything the market affords and people residing in that locality will make no mistake in giving him a share of their patronage ENJOYING FURLOUGH Officer Michael J Leainy one of the- most popular officers on the local police force Is enjoying the ten days furlough granted the guardians of the peace every beentfaithful to his duties and has the eouR denc and reapect of hitlup riOfBlUlwetl watchestAlt are doing whitttthey can to make his vacation a pleaaaTkt onosn n i t L LN lOW It Was Milked For Ton Million Dollars in One Night The Statement of Millionaire Tliomus 1V Lawson of Boston Incident of the IJato Gates Scoot of tho L N Control HOW BIG FINANCIERS MAKE MONEY Thomas W Lawson a Boston million airs has started out to fight the Standard Oil Company Lawson is a speculator himself being much interested in copper mines He has had a falling out with Standard Oil magnates and is now expos- Ing some of the alleged crooked work of J P Morgan John W Gates and others in bleeding large corporations Lawson rightfully argues that the practice should be prohibited by law His account of how Gates made 10000000 in one night is interesting more particularly because the transaction affected a Kentucky cor porationthe Louisville Nashville rail road It will be remembered that Gates got control of the Louisville Nashville one day to the surprise of Wall street Here is what Lawson says happened after he got control Mr Perkins of J P Morgan Co went to the Waldorf Hotel and waked John Gates up at 3 oclock in the morn ing He demanded that Gates should sell to J P Morgan Co a block of Louisville Nashville stock which he had just bought This stock if he did not sell it would Lave brought about another crisis similar to the Northern Pacific corner Gates agreed to sell it provided they would givehim 10000000 more than it had just cost him This they were obliged to do and they did Now if that transaction had been simply between the two men Morgan on the one side simply going to pay a certain sum out of his owa pocket to Gates on the other side a record could have been made and given to the public and it would not have interfered with the car tying through of the transaction But such was not the case Gates was to get more than 10000 000 of the profit over night and it was only because of what I call a trick in finance that this was possible The 10 000000 was not to come from Mr Mor gans pocket but from the public through Morgan That is it was to come event ually from the public through the Louis vine Nashville railroad and its allied lines which were in one form or another to be assessed for it Therefore If the transaction had been made public on the day following the night trade those who were to have the 10000000 taken from them could have gone to the courts and the transaction could have been stopped UNEXPLAINED The inquest into the cause of the death of Charles OBrien editor of the Ameri can Celt who died apparently from in juries received in an assault was con eluded at St Louis Saturday The Coroners jury returned a verdict declar ing the cause of OBriens death to be unexplained The verdict was rendered after witnesses had testified Friday in refutation of a statement made by OBrien just before he died that he had been assaulted in a saloon while talking politics WILL BUILD SOON The ruins of St Augustines church in JeffersonvUIe destroyed by fire will be removed next week when the pastor Rev Father OConnell will take steps looking to the erection of a new and handsome edifice All of the insurance Aggregating about 24000 baa been pOd but this will not be sufficient Ip build the church which it1ai predicted Will equal any ia Spokbera Indian f r We Are III BraggingIIII Today Have reasons for it Its t UUtlll MATTINGWe00Illl y I LOVELY CARPET DESIGNS iiCheery t higllgradetIi 20 22 Yardz1 mtItsthese values in an enormous line makes us brag about our Mattings f tt ttthat JBROSJJ I Tie Ghas i Rogers BOOk GO J1 PRAYtR BOOKS AND ROSARIES ft FOR FIRST HOLY COMMUNION f+ +jC Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the W finest of their kind in the city I BOOKS MAGAZINES AND 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