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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t I 1 I KENTUCKY IRH AMERICAN VOLUME XILNO 18 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 30 1904 PRIG FIVE ciNfS 7 IRELANDS I Great Exhibit For Worlds Pair Has Arrived at St Louis To aoo It Will Bo Like 4ofa1 Back to the Enior alll Isle Ballots From All Over Countr- For the Popularity Contest SENDING IN ADVANCE SJBSCR1PT10NSS Ir To attend the great Louisiana Purchase Exposition at St Louis this summer will1 be like going back to Ireland While the Fair is open now it Is conceded by those in authority that the exhibits will1 r not all be In place and in good workingI order before July The Cunard steam ship Etruria which arrived in New York this week brought the Irish section for the Exposition It includes among other things lace valued at 2500000 and several tons of soil gathered from thei lour provinces The exhibit was accom panled by seventytwo persons James A Reardon a St Louis manu facturer who went to Europe five monthsii ago to arrange for an Independent IrishI exhibit at the St Louis Exposition has returned says the New York Sun and reported that his efforts had met with the greatest success It will be the first time I in the history of such expositions accord I ing to Mr Reardon that England ever I permitted Ireland to give a display without I an English brand upon it Hitherto he saidIImost of the products of Irish manufacturers went In the world with an English label No that Ireland can show itself practically as- a nation the people are wild withenthu slasm The Irish Department of Agricul ture has contributed 100000 to the fund for the exhibit in addition to the money contributed by St Louis citizens Before the Department of Agriculture could act they had to get permission from th Royal British Commission to conduct an Independent exhibit At first they reo ff dtbut after two months of efforts I + got persuisaionIe a hortalmeI cur 218 Irish manufacturers who combined to send to the Fair more than 600 ex hibits the value of which will exceed 1000000 The Irish exhibit will occupy over four acres and no British emblem twill hover near it i In addition to the mercantile exhibits iis Mr Reardon has secured some interest ing Irish relics Among them are areii tides of furniture used by Dean Swift Wolf Tone Robert Emmet and Daniel OConnell Beside the exhibits mentioned by Mr Reardon there will be many others He t only mentions exhibits by manufacturers There will be Irish works of art in profusion Irish literature will also be repre sented It seems all Ireland is taking an interest and there will be something on exhibit Irons every county and from al most every city Four acres of exhibits will not make a bad showing for Irish manufacturersA of the Cincinnati En quirer writing from St Louis says that it will cost a whole lot of money to liv in St Louis during the continuance of the Exposition For instance it will cost from 3 to tl a day he says for an ordinary room in an ordinary hotel this without meals And the price of meals has also gone skyward and he estimates that it will cost about 10 a day to live InnSt Louis and attend the Exposition f ifaone counts to live like be does at home jbe The Kentucky Irish American long ago made arrangements to provide all accommodation at a firstclass hotel the Lindell for those of its readers who deasire to attend the Exposition and also to their railroad fair from Louisville dStreach of of readers fijtriptest and their friends to fo jathemour readers who do not care to enter a pcontestt modest but each and every one doubtless has a friend among the contestants already mentioned and would like to give that person an opportunity attendin the great Exposition Every subscrib- etothe p Kentucky Irish American for one jjforndateschoice it Is not too late to nominate new tic ones The contest does not close until July 4 There is plenty of time yet for dark horses to spring up and win the prizesDuring the past week a number of persons have sent in Sand 110 each and ordered the paper sent to their friends for out year asking to credit fifty votes for each subscription to their favorite iin the list Each week adds interest to the contest The candidates themselves with becoming modesty are not itn portuning everybody to vote for them but it looks like their friends are doing good work Some of our old subscribers are sending in money to pay for the paper several years in advance In order to get votes for their favorites If each of our wbacriben would send in their subscrip tiees for a year or two in advance Iit U- THxM greatly lto the iateraet in the 4iil u r 1 contest and they w6uld be helping to maintain a good family newspaper such we intend to make the Kentucky Irish American and at the same time affording pleasure to the one who will win the prize The New York Sun of Monday inI speaking of the arrival of the Irish ex hibit at the port of New York has the following interesting mention The Irish flag will fly at the St Louis begr self unmolested by the police or the military The soil arrived aboard the Cunarder Etruria from Liverpool and Queenstown There are fifteen tons of i from three counties and with it will b ofrfinest ever EmeraldI Isle Besides the lace there were in the holdof the ship replicas of famous Irish jewels and specimens of the skill of Ire lands foremost metal workers some ofr 13SConspicuous in the throng were the blue uniformed musicians of Dublin called Irelands Own most of whom were second cabin passengers A dramatic company of twelve who will a pear in Gaelic plays also are in the Irish contingent The band is intensely pa triotic It played Irish melodies chiefly with occasional essays in American tunes notably the Star Spangled Banner bu it utterly refused to play God Save th King It did its stunt at the usual Fri day night concert In the saloon with enthusiasm receiving encores until iitI came to the final number on the pro gramme the British anthem- T W Rolleston who presided at the concert has charge of the lacemakers and their exhibit It is said he was fiot enthusiastic about the final number anyhow when the musicians came to it they laid their instruments on the floor They were urged by English folk in the saloon to play out of courtesy even if tl e thnetu noise they simply declared that they would not play and they didnt WORKw J St Cecilias Church Building Association Meets Sunday alleconcerned in the wefare of St Cecilias 1 pariah was started a few weeks ago and pas continued to grow in popularity We left tahCStCCCiIfaCZmTC11Bnildi 1AssociationGeorge Butler as President and William Hume as Secretary St Cecilias con gregation has grown to such proportions the church edifice is finadequatethe ambition of Fathers Brady anda equalinfirst step taken toward this end was theIformation of the building association of mentioned above Tomorrow afternoon there will be a meeting of members She congregation in the school hell after vespers when the plans thus far adopted will be made known and suggestions received It is hoped every man in the of parish will encourage this great movement by being present at the meeting LADIES BIG SOCIAL Auxiliary Will Entertain Hi bernlans Wednesday IneNight I The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will give another of their enjoyable open meetings at Hiber Hall next Wednesday night Only 10 small amount of routine business will transacted when the Literary Com mittee will take charge and entertain all present For the past two weeks the ladles have been preparing for this event the programme which they ar keeping secret will contain several surprises A cordial invitation has been sent tbeS divisions of the Falls Cities and it is theirr 1 friends with them In this way ii- ie it hoped to make better known the purE of the Auxiliary and at the same as timej secure many new members This organization is not yer one year old but the officers are anxious to have a memoB theirg hiTis almost ready therefore formal initiation that will take place month will be in many ways the 1 notable event of the year in Irish Cath circles NEW SOCIAL CLUB wAOldhamClubwas organized last Tuesday evening at Wagners Hell 1375 Seventh bbea officers and members of the club are John Hennessey Prcsldento Mvrthorst ccVJcefuSecretaryWagner E H Wagner W J Connolly John J Score Mike McDermott Joh Burke Dave Burke James ICenealy an John J Barry The club has arranged to give a picnic at Phoenix Hill Park on Thursday July 21 but will make an earlier old for public favor with an enter ot euchre during the month of w May 511 r WORLDS FAIR BALLOT jL t tr SME TllQYt 1 ii1HfmERI A 1 t0baS pril 13AlltOTif Jf lf1I VOTE FOR J t- I +ADDRBSS 301904pSIGNED 4 1 6S UNCHANGEDe The Oldest Hibernian Division Stands For the State Ini tlatlon Foe Big Initiation and Social SCB- Jsion Arranged For Next Meeting Division 4 Coufors the Major Degrees Upon Ten More Candidates FIVE MEMBERS ON THE SICK LIST In response to the notice sent put by Secretary Tom Keenau Jr there was aq unusuatgathering of members of Division at the meeting held Tuesday night at Hibernian Hall President Mike Tynan occupied the chair and every officer wa present After hearing reports from the 1U CommitteeStrid nlloirth ttie capita tax for the Catholic Federation the chair announced the special order which was the Initiation fee now charged new members President Tynan invited discussion and the following two were consumed by the speakers whom were such well known Hi bunions as Martin Cusick who had been State President and national delegate John Ryan several times member the Kentucky Legislature Lieut Tom We1ebEState President Keenau Tuomvi Dolan John M Mulloy James Barry and Presi dent Tynan The speakers reviewed the past history Division 1 its trials and successes and present excellent condition the consen sus of opinion being that to reduce the present initiation fee would be an unwise move Among the suggestions made wasI one that should be carried out It was that members unite In inviting their eligi ble friends to join the Ancient Order ofI Hibernians for the next three months and crease the membership to at least 300 Secretary Peter Cusick called attention to the fact that quite a large number are awaiting initiation and upon motion th degree team was instructed to be prepared to initiate them at the next meetI ing which will be held on Tuesday MayI The Entertainment Committee will prepare an Interesting programme for that event and there will be an abundance of refreshments and dgars Division 4 had a big attendance at the meeting Wednesday night and added ten rolleThey are Pat Stone Thomas Mnlloy Vincent Brown Terence McHugh Tim Mike Manion M J Ridge James Hollihan W G Hannon and John Hal landThe Visiting Committee reported Harry Brady and John OConnor being sick and James Kenealey and I Corporal John Riley as improving Messrs Tom Lynch Joe Hanraban and Fitzgibbon were appointed a I special committee to draft resolutions on the death of Arthur Mitchell who lost s life in an accident at the Louisville Ii Bridge Company shops 1 The work cf the degree team showed Ii improvement and the new members 11 IoIin1 It which President Hennessy handled the 1 business of the meeting County Presl dent Patrick Sullivan wigs a visitor and called upon in a neat address complimented 1 the officers and members on the progress being made by Division 4 He served notice that trials of mem would frequently take place here ter and those who did not acquit them i selves properly would be fined the pro to be turned into the entertainment nd A letter was received from the dlea Auxiliary inviting all to attend their social swoon next Wednesday wjld1 0 OWENSBORO INITIATION I Santo Council Y U L of Owensboro I lIlinttiteacJSlof forty candidates PS j t ul1May 8 ThU if top last coHadl 1 a Instituted in the Ken uckp jUrisdiction and the Grand officers to elated over its success A degree feam made up ofl Owensboro young men wlll conduct the initiation using the paraphernalia from this city Grand Secretary Lautr and Custodian James Dell Jwill go to Owens boro on that occasion unit it is probabl- there will be also present a number of other members from Louisvllley I INTRODUCTION r Of Gregorian Music Being Prepared For ln Eastern Cities It looks like the Gregorian chant will be Introduced in all thii Catholic church in the United States 4entually Arch bishop Farley of Nev York has startedIthe movement in h obedience to the Pop Pops suggestion A New York paper of Monday last has the following The sixtieth anniversary of the Church of the Moss Holy Redeemer celebratedyesterday plete Gregorian progr tame to be used iin this country since1 teissued his encyclical on them Of music byBishopl the evening there was a vesper service at which Archbishop Farley presided Another New York paper discussing the same subject says Since Arch bishop Farley has decided to introduce the Gregorian chant or plain song into the Cathedral in view of the Popes recommendation it will be possible for New Yorkers to hear church music in ItsI most characteristic because most austere form As for the music to be heard inI those of our places ofworship where there are ambitious choirmasters whatever it is it is not ecclesiastical What music committees dont realize is thatI their variegated programmes of the works of many composers simply give a concert atmosphere to the services Nothing could be less devotional Take the mostI ambitious effort of all Who ever got a religious impression from Rossinis StaI bat Mater The Protestant churches would do well to follow the example of the Roman Catholic in this matter This is a case in which it would be wise to getI back to the exquisite fitness of the Mid rile Ages Gregoerian chant is introduced into Louisville Catholic churches fordt will take time toI organize and train the choirs but that itI will be done is a certaintyI0 FULL OF YEARS Mrs Barbara Keifer Summoned to Her H avenlyI Reward When death summoned the spirit o j Mrs Barbara Keifer into the presence o finals1 chapter of a rarely beautiful life It Ij severed the tie of love and affection andII5 a spirit t confidence is ever present among Chris t lisps and when time has assuaged their grief they will find consolation in the spiritis life beyond Kind gentle tenderly thoughtful of those about her she was In j her quiet way an ideal example of Cath womanhood Mrs Keifer was the motherinlaw of Philip Ackerman with whom he resided at 2112 West Market street She was j one of the pioneer Catholics of Louisville j hvingJ1ved here shoat sixty years Her peacefat j ing as gently asa tired child falling asleep The funeral took place Wed net day morning from St Anthonys church andwas attended by nearly all the oldslj German resident of t1ecity among whom she was well known and highly respected May her soul teat in peace w I Women are wondering how long It w111 be before their new frocks lookoutt II of ddebutn k lahit safe to assume that the radical Change will not come befoee the autumn j ii- YS an CARDINAL GIBBONS Tells How Card Playing and MadeeHarmless Playing for Money or Prize- Incroasestho s Gambling Spirit- ndiscriminateI Association of the Sexes Benders Danc Dangerouses IINTERESTING TO ALL CHRISTIANS In the May number of Everybodys Magazine issued today there is a symposium from representative clergymen of various denominations on the subject May the Christians dance play card and attend the theater The leading article ie yanlina Gibbons and will be edwith f p1teiet tbqroleien fc as well as Catholics Cardinal Gibbons says In part mncgy depends on the way id which persons thus seek recreation Diversion which in Itself Is harmless may have such associations as to produce evil results In the list of popular pastimes games ofI cards may be classed as one to the many who find enjoyment in this manner In considering the tendency of card playing for good or evil three points should bi notedthe surroundings of the players the object of the games and to whatt extent the players indulge in them In the home circle or among friends only innocent pleasure may be the outcome provided time which could be occupiedI more profitably is not devoted to it Care must be taken not to neglect the opportunity for reading study or necessary employment in the mere pursuit of pleasure If such is the case the game becomes harmful Card playing for money is gambling no matter how or where the games are conducted The encouragement to play for a reward1 tends to increase the gambling spirit and where the prizes are valuable theyj offer a temptation for one to cheat In order to win It is obvious that all1 temptation should be removed If the pastime is to be beneficial and not harm ful Dancing may also be regarded as innocent diversion unless la is scrimp nied by an indiscriminate association the sexes The pnrpose of the symposium the editor of the magazine says Is to bring out the attitude of the church toward amusements There are several millions of Methodists in the Unitnd Staaes A pmhtbilfis dancing playing going At the Methodist General Conference in May the question of rescinding this rule will come up When a Methodist is obliged to break a rule of his church iin order to participate in pleasures that he believes to be innocent it naturally takes the edge off his enjoyment This sym posium was prepared with the Idea that readers would be interested to knowho- the churches generally stand on th questionIn of the many euchres gien here and there and everywhere Cardinal Gibbons views on card playing will have much interest for those who play this game Those who play euchre for prizes know best whether they have ever been led into the temptation to cheat in order to win a prize The Cardinals views on I interestingras well as instructive The Right Rev J Bishop McCloskey also has views on I dancing which wore published sometime ego They are not different fro those of the Cardinal but they are btu ing on the Catholics of this diocese 1 BRAVE YOUNG SOLDERI H CompanyNinth re celved a certificate of merit from Prof dent Roosevelt for distinguished service oa the battlefield At the battle of Tientt till IB OtiiM Myi the Boston Globe the officer commanding the battalion seriously wounded and fell McSween at once ran to the officers assistance a carried him from the field under heavy fire McSweeney received a wound tbee bullet piercing the fleshy part of ti right arm Private McSweeney has be in the United States service for a numb of years ands a veteran of the Cuban and Philippine campaigns and the Boxer uprising in China When the Spanish war broke out he was a member of Com pany H of the Ninth regulars but as his term shortly expired be again enlist andwent to Cuba and was in the bat of Santiago McSweeney is twentyseven years old and a native of Tralee County Kerry Ireland 0 GREAT INTEREST Bolng Taken In the Local Appear nce of PatrickT6Sulllvan The appearance of Patrick OSulHvan Louisvilles distinguished young Iris American composer and pianist at Ma cauleys Theater on the evening of May 10 will be an event of interest to his friends and to musical people generally Mr OSullivans friends have arranged the recital as a welcome after his suc- ceSses abroad He is now visiting his family and will return to Berlin in a few weeks Mr OSullivan obtained his early musical instruction in Louisville one of his teachers being the late William Frese who predicted a bright future for him Five years ago he went to Paris and studied with Bauer for one year Then he went to Berlin and studied comi position with Scharwenka for a year and afterward with Berger for three years At a recent concert Miss Lottie Greenup aI studyingin I i t playeda violin sonata and Van Ewyck I the famous tenor sang several of Mr I pierhavees d pianists Many friends of the local artist have interested themselves in his welcome and have taken chargeof the affair through Smith Nixon from whom seats may be obtained HAD HAPPY DAY i Big Colebratlon by Children JosephsswAsylums I t Last Sunday will long remain one ofr 1 the happiest days in the lives of the children so tenderly cared for at St Josephs Orphan Asylum The orphans were brought to the city in large wagons and were met by President Frank Geher andofficers of St Josephs j Society Forming into line headed by a band of music and escorted by t Roman Knights the little folks took u the march to St Boniface church whet they attended solemn vespers and listened to a pleasing and instructive adedress Because of the rain of a few hours previous the route of march was changed but nevertheless the procession was an imposing one Following the vespers the were taken to the building adjoining the church where an elegant collation had been prepared for them Here they wet allowed to enjoy themselves to the fullest extent even the older persons present entering into the spirit of the occasion Too much praise can not be bestow upon the St Joseph Orphan Society of which now numbers about 1000 memop bers They are doing Gods work iin caring for those fatherless and mother less little who otherwise Clost0 TO MAKE SUGAR Befitos Will Be Planted Near Cork The scheme of making Ireland a great sugar country which is backed by King Edward and the Duke of Devonshire is being met with great enthusiasm in 1 parts of Ireland Arrangements ha are been made near Cork for the planting of more than 3000 acres of land with sugar purchasedInfor the manufacture of beet sugar will be erected as soon as possible and will probe ably be in operation all ready by next ed1 helpieon n- and the protective tariff of four shillings and twopence per hundred weight as it in has formerly not been possible for the all home manufacturer to make a profit IIn competition with the continental manu facturer who receives a large bounty from his Government During last year 5860000 tons of beet sugar were pro duced in Europe and of this 1657000 tons were imported into England and I itt is now stated that all this can be profit the ably grown in Irelandw mDIED prdThe funeral of Mrs M V McCann who died in Florida took place yesterday afternoon from her residence in Jefferson vllle Mrs McCann was one of the oldest residents of the city over the river sad Trsshcldjai high esteem Bhaleaves several children all grown Her death resulted from the effects of a fall SUB j tained some weeks ago In Florida where all she had been spending the winter fir ndCIKIOPA Reunionen OnerDlay 8 Branches Will Assemble at8t liBOedtiek M Will March to St Patricks Church to Assist at Vespers and Benediction HE ROUTE OF THE PROCESSION ofhSundayMay MarysBalloclock They will afterward form into line and march in a body to St Patricks church Thirteenth and Market streets where Right Rev Father Cronin Vicar Generalwill officiate at vespers and benediction It has been the annual I vespersinMay The turnout this year promises to be larger than ever There will be a brass band at the head of the procession and the line of march will be from St Marys Hall on Eighth street to Jefferson to Fifth to Broadway to Seventeenth to Chestnut to Thirteenth and in Thirteenth to St Patricks church All the members are urged to turn out in order to possibleTheone of the largest and best beneficiary associations in the United States and is steadily growing in numbers and influence It not only inculcates principles of religion and morality among its members but is likewise a great public charity Since its organization it has paid out in sick and death benefits many millions of dollars Were it not for the benefits paid by it to the widow and orphans many a Catholic family would be in want after the death of the bread inner for the family Its social sea have helped to promote better feel lqliesThe Catholic Knights are strong in Louisville and Jeffersonville and have been from the start Many of the Louis ville members have been in the order for twenty years or more The local branches innand this charitable work Is iththe order is strongin Louisville Theeare small and are not missed by those who pay them It is the duty of man to make provision for the support of his family in case he is suddenly called away by death and is unable by enoughtowagesahoped that the reunion next Sunday week will be the means of calling at thatemany new will join during the month of May The Central Committee of Cincinnati annlverIsary Catholic Knights America last Sunday at which SUo l Trustee Joseph P McGinn Past Supreme Delegate Michael Reichert and the Secretary of the Falls Cities Central Albert F Martin were the guests of honor The Central Committee of Cincinnati had invited the State officers and Past Grand officers and officers of the Falls Cities Central Committee to be with them that day The entire bony went to holy HolyTrinityattended vesper services Immediately after vespers the body of about 600 strong marched into the Holy Trinity school hall where they were addressed CountyCentralBerningeditorSupremeTrusteeReichert Bro Sommers of Toledo A itcMartin Past Supreme President Shine QuincyIllThe visitors were entertained by our KnightJosephhour and again In the evening atone of the summer parks at Fairmount the outskirts of Cincinnati In fact visitors were so royally treated that this celebration will goon the records and in the minds of those present for many years to come The better part of the evening was occupied by Major Gen Kedeski who related his plans so clearly and manmuldwelfare of the order His figures so convincing that no man no how old could name a plan or inciple by which the order could better KadeskiplanThis meeting of the Central Committee by Secretary Martin From Secretary Martin it is learned that Major General Kadeski may soon ezplatdhistionBOwbeiugdlcuseed over the United Statue He will be given a cordial reception u J u l1PL GtllTTIIORY IRIJ3H A1 iRIOAliiei KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN wuxxxxwwxxnxx 0 Bevoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americana KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS v SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Buterad at the Lonlaville PostoHlce as Socottd CUss Matter =rr1dOtentll COllalaalcalJoBI to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street 1 4 4TRADES C UNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 30 19 QUESTIONS FOR LAWYER BURCH A little boy was once asked by his teacher to write composition Fie selected the subject of Pins a and wrote Pins was a great 1In- vention They have saved more lives than any other one thing How do you make that out Johnny asked the teacher How do pins save lives By not swallerin em repliedI Jbhntjy A Chicago professor recently asserted that we bathe too much fact he argued that we should not bathe at all that batheing is injur ious because the soap and water dries up the oil on the skin and causes the bather to catch cold another d1 ailments Has Lawyer Burch been reading this Chicago professors lecture or is he like the little boy who wrote the composition about pins Does he believe that soap and water ha saved many lives by reason of peo pIe not using them- SEWERS ARE NEEDED Mayor Grainger has recommended to the General Council bond issue of 3000000 for the building of sewers The question will be voted on in Novembe- This is not a political question No city Can be clean without sewers Every Mayor who has served for twenty years back has recommendedI the building of more sewers but recommendations go for nothing It takes money to build sewers and after they are built there is a parently nothing to show for it because all the work is underground This is probably why more sewers were not built i former years Councilmen and Aldermen would sooner appropriate money for something they could point to with pride New Orleans appropriated 17 000000 for sewers and the resul- has been thatcapltalowing lnt I that city Memphis appropriated eight to ten millions and is grow ing rapidly Without sewers manu- factories i can not be built up andI more than all good health can not be maintained without them If rthere were good sewews in the vicinity of the new L N shops i hundreds of houses would be erected in that neighborhood Louisville t I will not miss the money she invest- in sewers provided the money ii- t I spent judiciously and there is n I reason to believe that the money wiUii be squandered There is very littleCC 1 stealing going on in this municipality 1 VENERABLE ARCHBISHOPS Archbishop Elder was eightyfive years of age on March 22 He is today the oldest prelate in the United States and second oldest in the world In three years he will be able to celebrate the fiftieth an ninersary of his consecration as a Bishop Monsignor Elder was con secrated Bishop of Natchez on May 3 1857 On January 30 1880 he was appointed coadjutor to the 1 Archbishop of Cincinnati and sue n ceeded to the See July 4 1883 He was invested with the pallium on December 13 1883 The prelate iis whose consecration antedates that of Archbishop Elder and who is the oldest living prelate in the world is the Most Rev Dr Daniel Murphy Archbishop of Hobart in Tasmania He has been a priest for sixtyfive years and a Bishop 4 for fiftyseven years slid iis still strong and active uAcl1biShopnld is the metro he polittn of the diocese of Louisville 0 Archbishop Murphyis the uncle of Daniel lx Murphy our own City It S I i Assessor who was named after hi i The people of Hobart love Archbishop t Murphy so well that they have erected a status in his bon in the public square They did not wait until he was dead to honor him but much against his protestt erected the statue while he isI yet living Archbishop Murphys brother the father of D F Murphy and D X Murphy the architect i lived in New Albany and Louisville for many years TI Archbishop has never been istthe heanrd from by his nephews he was in good health Archbishop Murphy occasionally writes to his Kentucky relatives His handwriting is firm and legible showing no signs of lack of nerve yet the Archbishop was born on tthe first day of the battle of Waterlo- He attended the funeral of Daniel OConnell the Irish Liberators who died in Rome while Father Murphy was sojourning there This venerable Bishop was consecrated by Pope Gregory XVI the predecessor of Pope Pius IX It not impossible that the venerable Archbishop will make a trip to Rome to see Pope Pius X If so he will have paid his respects othrer Bishop has ever done before Archbishop Murphy is certainly a wonderful man THE TRUTH OF HISTORY The chair of secular history the Catholic University in Washing tpbe Knights of Columbus has been offered to Charles H McCarthy professor of history at the Catholic annd Vine streets Philadelphia Proff McCarthy who was born thirtyfive years ago in Franklin N J e tered the civil service when tWenty one years of age spending severall Itt spendiaoS two years teaching and taking course at the University of Pennsylvania he began his work at the Catholic high school lecturing at the same time at the Institute ofat Pedagogy in New York He has written a number of historical1 treatisesthe best known of which is Lincolns Plan of Reconstruc c tion History in the United States hayse tbse organo ization and maintenance of th Government and Irishmen haveI been ignored The Knights of Columbus did a great act in establishing this chair DONT GO IN DEBT Horace Greeley who was born I ninetythree years ago April 30 1811 was one of the greatest j molders of thought in the Unite- States 1 in the last century One oft his thoughts may not be amiss He wrote I would rather be a con viet in a State prison a slave in at rice swamp than to pass throughi life under the harrow of debt i Hunger cold rags hard work contempt suspicion unjust re preach are disagreeable but debt infinitely worse than them all Avoid pecuniary obligation as you would pestilence or famine If you have but fifty cents and can get no of more for a week buy a peck of corn parch it and live on it rather than owe any man a dollar He i landed in New York in 1832 with ro in his pocket With an Irish I man I found board at 250 a weekn writes Hewasafterwardthe i greatest journalist din the nation His advice not to go In debt is good it good for the Irish particularly n I- ijO- Jr God bless the Irish the Germans can take care of themselves because they dont go in debt Andrew Carnegie has created a fund of 5000000 for the bene losingfCtheir lives in heroic efforts to sa their fellowmen or for the hero themselves if injured only Pro vision Is also made for medals to be given in commemoration of heroic acts The endowment is to be known asliThe Hero Fund T 4is the best ofall of Mr Carnegies undertakings We venture to L mthat before many years men of Irish blood will be drawing a con siderable part of that hero fun IAs orIrishmen distinguish themselves every day in this country in t police and fire departments and elsewhere in heroic efforts to sa their fellowmen According to Pliny the elder the isiGaulincompounde of goats tallow and beechwood ashes about 200 B C What people used before this iit is not known but the is an Arabian fable to the effect that at one time they went without iitt Soap having been used by the best people since 200 years B C it strange that some people have an aversion to it in conjunction with oughto to read up on soap The Sisters of the Good Shepherd conduct a laundry as well as a reformatory for unfortunate Necessarily they must use a large amount of soap and water Is this one of the reasons why Attorney Burch wants to break up the lastI tution Can it be that his antipathy to soap and water could go that fari to Perish the thought But we suggest to the Bar Association that when Burchs damage suit against its members comes up this matte- be investigated Bourke Cockran although ii- at in Congress only a few weeks ha delivered two great speeches Cock ran is a credit to the Irish race is the greatest orator in the country today He is likewise a great statesman Should the Democratic party come into power he would oriel great influence in shapinglegislfflt tion His speech in the House last annd everybody ought to get the Con gressionall Record and read it Patrick H McCormick has bee t nominated for Mayor by the Demoi I a crats of Columbus Ind He is a well kuown contractor and one of I the wealthiest Irishmen in Indiana He built the Indiana Reformatory j Jeffersonville and many court houses and public buildings iin Indiana and other States Attorney Burch has a suit against the members of the Bar Association I for damages for injuring his reputation by making alleged false charges against him Burch deserves a Itet ought to be sentto Breathitt county The Bar Association has too muchII influence in Louisville f THEIR FIRST DANCE The Nonpareil Club will open the 1 socialseason at Fountain Ferry Park next Wednesday evening when that popular organization will give the first dance to of the summer series Every arrange tt enjoymendThe scene will be a brillirfnt one as the ball room will be handsomely decorated- in the colors of the club Cars will rum to the park every few minutes and in rivitationsmembers PARENTSi 1 of A very enjoyable musical recital and dramatic entertainment the last of the I series was given by the pupils of St Marys parochial school at St Marys Hall last Sunday night The large hall was completely filled and the parents of the little folks were delighted with their ant performance A well selected programme vocal and instrumental musk will given and the manner in which the different numbers was rendered reflected great credit on the Lorettlne eters who instructed those who took put RECOVERING his Officer John Heinzman a well known ember of the local police department iremifHlconoalesaegtr oa3 hnnrAare n entertaned that he will Boon be out hisf agaJnHeJiaabeen confined to hla bed for several weeks but U row able to move about tbebouM IJNI CHILDRENS HYMN TO MARY O Mary sweet mother we come we come To worship sweet Jesus and thee We crown thee with flowers fitThese bright blooming hours We know that from sin thou art free art free Jf eAnd to Jesus we sing e8His praises shall ring In outbursts of song to thee to theIn outbursts of song to thee 0 mother pure Virgin then grant pray our boon May virtue bloom fairer each day divfnehisJike wine As you guide us O Queen on our way waysayus every day The angels shall pray At We carry our crEss oer Ills way His way we carry our cross oer His way yourbeare gay For thou art our mother our love veWe will offer our prayer Spread thy name everywhere As todayWhoWas crowned crucified That mankind might liveby His love His loves That mankind might live by His love 0 Mary sweet mother we come come To worship sweet Jesus and thee reWe crown thee with flowers These bright blooming hours We know that from sin thou art free alt free And to Jesus we sing ringis to thee In outbursts of Song to thee The foregoing is from a Gaelic fragf ment of the Seventh century and was translated for the Kentucky Irish American i by Harry B Tierney of Kenrick Seminary St Louisa S9S96S69SS69SS69SS n SOCIETY e A 2 IsMIss Clara Mueller returned the fir of the week from a visit to Indianapolis Miss Margaret Wathen had as her guests this week Misses Miriam and The rese Wathen of Terre Haute Ind Miss Queenie Wathen is expected home today from New York where she has been spending the pas six wpeks rThe many friends of James Quinn wI regret to know that he is still quite ill at his home Seventeenth and Lytlc streets Andrew Mahar former assistant Chiefs of the Jeffersonville fire department us gone to Michigan City Ind to take a position as guard at the State prison HeJohn Barry tile genial editor of the New Haven Echo was here Sunday to witness the joint initiation conducted by the three councils of the Young Men Instituted Thomas Furlong for several years with the BradleyGilbert lleft Thurs day night for Memphis to accept a posiI lion with one of the large printing houses of that city Edward Cowan the well known tailor r who was here for a short visit to relativesi oi tomeatDaptonlUinwere pleased to see him looking well and prosperous Wednesday was a busy day for the license clerk atthe Court House A large number of weddings followed on Thursday among them being that Martin Leahy and Delia Cahill popular among their circle of friends Charles Schaefer the genial brewer who underwent an operation on his foot at the Norton Infirmary will be able to MondaytFor some time be had suffered much pain and it was only through an opera lion that be could obtain relief The Enterprise Club entertained a large number of its friends at euchre Thursday afternoonand evening at Os traders Hall Twentyeighth and Magazine stree This is the most successful social organization in the West End having a large membership of well known men andr women who know how to make such af fairs very enjoyableIThere is great rejoicing in the home ofI Patrick Banuonj Jr At an early hourI Wednesday morning a fine young eo arrived to brighten his home and is saidI look just like his handsome papa J This accounts for the broad smile on young Pats countenance He is the proudest father in the city today sari hisI friends share with him his joy A quiet but pretty wedding was celebrated t Wednesday afternoon at St PatJJ church Vicar General Cronin perti forming the ceremony The contracting parties were Elise Josephine Branuigan one of the most charming young women the West End and Joseph Terrell swell known member of the local fire department The young couple preferred- a marriage without display therefore the announcement Came as a pleasant sur price to many of their friends who wish 10 them a lung and happy life The attend were Messrs Joe Fenders and Ben I Bvers Quite a lumber were present to flthei evening on a bridall trip to Northern Ohio A pleasant social event of the week WM the nee given Mr Albert Arts at Nora ott Seventeenth street where Urge numbers ofblii friends gathered to celebrate his birthday Early in the evening be was called to the house of a Pghw+ rfedw jlllaA4 avaC for hn Cbartning wife ke returned Sarihis home througod with frieads Cad well wialiOTt McoMpqiiUd by an orelmtra Mnu Atb WM MifcUd ia raMiyia bY- n n Mrs Lee Mullen wife of the popular patrolman and they were charming hostesses After vocal and instrumental music dancing was indulged in and then followed an elegant supper at which toasts to both husband and wife were drunk The cozy home was tastefully decorated for the occasion which will not be soon forgotten FOUNTAIN FERRY Will Remain This Season Under the Management of Tony tandenwioh All lovers of outdoor recreation in the summer season will be pleased to know that Fountain Ferry Park will remain for the ensuing season at least under the direct control and management of Tony Landenwich who has made this popular resort all that it is Not only will he during the coming summer devote to the park the same assiduous care and atten tion as formerly be he hns made arrange ments for many new attractions and in teresting features to the end that his last season at Fountain Ferry may be the best of all A great many people have as sumed that by reason of the sale of the property Mr Landenwich would at once retire from the management and this announcement is designed to correct that impression as well as to state that the park will be formally thrown open to the republic on Sunday May 1 Seiberts First Regiment Baud will give concerts every Sunday afternoon and evening during the summerWork on the grounds has been in prog ress for several weeks and on the opening day the premises will present a more pleasing aspect than ever before One feature of exceptional interest to the children will be the pony track arranged for both driving and running so as to entirely obviate all danger of accidents A large number of thoroughly trained ponies has been engaged for the season under the supervision of a thoroughly responsible manager who will see that the comfort and safety of all patrons of the track are amply subserved One off the best orchestras in the country has been engaged for the entire season so that the musically inclined will not fail of entertainment stTo those who for many years have been accustomed to go to Fountain Ferry for fresh air and recreation in hot weather no assurances are necessary in regard to the high character of the place As a highclass family resort free from every kind of demoralizing Influence no park in this or any other city Is superior to it and very few equal it The personal character of Mr Landenwich himself is 11sufficient guarantee along that line Moreover nature has been generous in her contributions to the place It would seem that the general surroundings were originally fashioned with direct references to the requirements of the people of a great city for a breathing place in the summer time The undulating lawns the profusion of shade the majestic Ohio in full view at the foot of the hill from which sweep cooling breezes at all hours of the day or night all combine to makes the ideal spot for the recuperation of wasted energies incident to the tedious grind of life in the hot and dusty city A steam launch and numerous skiffs will be provided at the river for those who love that sort of amusement In addl tion there is a beautiful lake on the grounds filled with fine fish where the women and children may try their skill with the book and line Those who have in past seasons taken meals at Fountain Ferry will need no encouragement to repeat the experience The cuisine could scarcely be improved upon Everything in this department iis strictly up to date All the delicacies of the market are included on the bill off fare while the vegetables are raised 11ou the grounds thus insuring the always fresh and delicious Special attention will be given this season to the entertainment of parties who wish to take meals on the grounds or on the spacious verandas of the hotel that overlook the river immediately below YOUNG LIFE ENDED The aunouncement Wednesday morn ing of the death of Mrs Margaret Noo van the young wife of Emmet Noonan at Frankfort caused a feeling of gloom to pervade all parts of that city Mrs Noonan was a daughter of the late Dennis Haly and a sister of Adgt Gen Percy Haly She was an accomplished young woman and had been most happily married only five months ago Her funeral took place from the Church of the Good Shepherd Rev Father Thomas hasnband for whom the deepest sympathy iis yDistilleriesRECEPTION FOR PRESIDENT John Gerdink Grand President of the Young Mens Institute Indiana jurisdic tion will visit Unity Council of Ne Albany on Thursday May 19 The members of Unity are arranging a big reception for him and may also have present a number of the Grand officers of the Kentucky jurisdiction LADIES AUXILIARY DANCE The Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity CounI cil will entertain with a dance at Fountain Ferry Park Tuesday evening May The social affairs given by these ladies in the past are sufficient indorse ment fora pleasant evening to those who Will attend Webrleys orchestra will- urnish I the music CONTRACTING BUILDERS Dietz and Starr is the name of aT new firm of contracting builders who have just entered the local field with offices at 1036 But St Catherine street Charles Dietz is a well known carpenter whom this paper can commend to its lybenevelivery day seems workjtljtl I shades of brown one of the latest n II- II n +4 + 4 + + 4 + 4 Itftt1+ 4 44+ MENSSUITS AT 250Less than they are worth that is some regular 10 suits for 750 and some regular 1250 suits for goodsfirstclass WIWBecause they are broken lines of which we have 38ONLYand fancy patterns See window show Come and save that 250 LEVYSTHIRD I4HMMMH ULBYS NfjX- TIVIOLA I ALLENI- N SHAKESPEARES TWELFTH NIGHT BUCKINGHAM WEES COMMENCING SUNDAY MAT 1 I Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday Messrs SULLIVAN AND KRAUS PRE3BNT The Gay Masqueraders Two laughable burlesques and a line of firstclass specialties 1C B THOMPSON ELORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson Si Both Telephones 10SO All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Spring styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas QUICKMEAL GAS RANGES Lead in quality style reputation and merit Universally acknowledged to be STANDARD OF FXCE- LLENCEGEHERSON 217 Market St near Second LDBAXFUNERAL AND EMBALMER rrr CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone 3330 700 E Chestnut StreetJr J i HERRMANN BROS J IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal JJ ers in Finest Brands of Ken espedallqwPEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixtb Street JOHN J TULLY 1 153 THIRD STREET publicthe manufacture of the best HandMad Hammocks SllnlsdElevator Ropes and Ladles r Shopping and Laundry Bags ENTS AND FISHING TACKLE FOR RENT MEETING rO IOU7LI A special meeting of the members of the Joist Committee of the three Louis 234 jviincJJ of the Young Metta Inati has been called for tonight at the illard Hotel at 730 oclock Matters f general interest will be discussed and wenber to rrgeelto be present r n a r- dx iJ i 1 MlYER1 ENGRAVING COMPANY OniOINAL DESIGNS ILLUSTRATIONS ENGRAVINGSma PRCC ESf S- GLrCFOOTy Corner 3 3Main llL LQUISVLLEKY BUY YOUR WALL PAPER 1 OW Nice Papers Full Rolls 3 5 and Gc per r- ollRrLCULLEY Home Phono 6225 1383 7th St near Oak AC BURGE GROCERIES AND- VEGETABLES UNION BARWines Liquors Cigars and Tobacco Fine Bottled Goods a specialty Give me a call JLSTOS Bank St THE NEW POLICY ISSUED BY The Prudential is a plain and simple promise to pay containing no confusing technicalites Ages 16 to 66 Amounts 500 to 100000 policyaton request to CLARENCE H ZOOKf Speola1 AQeat ROOM tot NORTON BUILDING BOTH PHONES 3459 WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 4422 W GREEN ST QO TO Pioneer Bottling House FOR STRAIGHT WHISKIES BIG JUG AT DOOR J P DAwT913 WEST BROADWAY sear Union Station Illinois Central Railroad WINTER TOURIST TICKETS Now on sale to NEW ORLEANS LA and other points in the South also to HOT SPRINGS ARK Only line running through per SleepersLouisVille A Arizona and Texas For information as to tickets rates connections etc call on or address W McBride C P A Fourth and Market or F W Harlow D P A Louisville Worlds Fair Short Line soutnern Railway FORTYTHREE MILES THE SHORTEST FASTEST AND BEST TOTHE Al10fLOOK AT THE SCHEDULE 630spm daily Solid through train from Louisville with observation parlor and car- Leave Louisville 1015 p m daily ar througlitlll1lnPullman sleeper All trains make close connection in Union Station at St Louis with Wabash suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds EXCURSION RATES WILL BE AN NOUNCED SOON P E Carr City Pass and Ticket Agent Fourth Ave Louisville A J Crone DepotTicketAgeatSesetttbsndWeter Louisville Co H Hungerford District Passenger Agent 23Fourth Ave LouUville G B Allerf Resistant Gea ral Passenger Aged Louis IJ ff t r KE TUOKY IRISa AltIERIOANm 11 I I I loJ I 1 HIlI IH+JuII+I 11 I 1 I I 11111 1 I 1 HI+HIIIJH I 1 I HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BAEEETT7 FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST 3 AI3ST 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 I I I I +IJooH t I I I 1 IIH I H 1ztfnH Hoot 11 1 I HuH H+I dH1I1I1II1IIJ Hnll H IH1 IN I 1 MMMHHMIIMMIHHfr1 I I 1 I L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS a AND EMBALMERS CTH STREETShortMII I HHHIHH IIIMI 1 MHMHM Il 1 iHilii iMuiooon Monument Gomponu l i DESIGNERS AND BUILDERS OF I ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE i I I I flonuments I Work Only Solleltel Workshop and Studios OllaIr I IIArUu 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET Ji 3IInDDDUftIIuauIDaD4t l Cumb Phone Main 1913HomePhone 1913 THE Geo WiedemannBREWING COMPANYS CELIDIi1ATED- J Draught and Bottled BeersSpLD AT ALL LEADING BARS AND CAFES Renowned for PURITY STRENGTH and EXCELLENT FLAVOR Gruber and Deu er Managers Louisville Ky JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN E FRANK 1 WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone ao9a LOUISVILLE KY OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGE Louis Wabnitz Co Proprietors TAOifklaUat ST BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago AND ALL POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN Cleveland Buffalo BII AND ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished on application at City TIcket Office Big Four Route 569 Fourth Ave or write to S J Gates Genl Agent Passenger Atjt Louisville Ky- LOW RTE3 TO CAlifORNIA AND RETURN VIA THE Bio Four Route General conference Methodist Episcopal church Los Angeles commencing May 3- National Association of Retail Grocers of United States San Francisco May 3 to 8- Tickets to San Francisco and Los Angeles Cal and return will be on sale April 22 to 30 1004 incJuslveiaJso on May 11 for such tra r passengers at Chicago Peolla St Louis or Cairo on same date from all points on the Big Four Cincinnati Northern an- D d U R R at very low rates Final return limit June 30 1904 liberal stopover privileges The West era Christian Advocates special train for Los Angeles for the accommodation of delegates and others who with to visit the Pacific Coast t leaves via the Big Four Tor full Information and parRoute= as to rstcs tickets limits etc r can oa agent Dig Four Route or ado dress the uhdenigned Warren J Lynch GenI Paw Ticket Agent Cincinnati Ohio or S J Gates GeuiIAtMMUlviu Kytu u i J 5Y c AVENUE THEATER Locks Out Its Louisville Union Musicians and Substitutes an Imported Scab Band sympalhfzerswllhUnions withhold their patronage from this theater until further notice from the American Federation of Musicians LOCAL No tit1 I The 1900 Wasner mates washday a pleasant one It SAVES WOMENS s LIVES Do not rub your clothes to your life away over an old washboard any lunger 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 pfdestructivesoap and water It washes the finest antlpendIums aNineteenallweclatmforWringers that will last lifetime made by the same firm flAflftOfi 13 OSJ OrBAc ca are3 1462 STORY AVENUE CJ OJ o y NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB j Spring DERBY DAY MONDAY MAY 2 1904 Fifteen Days RacingMay 2 to May 18 t SIX BDEGHOLASS RACES FOR EVERY DAY Excursion Rates On All Railroads and Steamboats ITALIAN IlImmigration Has Wonderfully Increased During Past Few Years Father McMnlions Words at Old CathedralCelebratlon SoCalled AngloSaxon Element Insignificant in New York BIG IRISH AND GERMAN POPULATION The old St Patricks Cathedral in Mott stteet New York which has been con secrated for ninety years celebrated its anniversary last Sunday The church is now used by the Italians About 6000 people attended the services Rev Dr Joseph McMahon in the course of his sermon said in part Read the public press aud you will hear warnings condemnations and exe crations against the immigrants of South ern Europe while those of Northern Europe find defenders Just as we Cath olics were the greatest traducers of the thousands of Catholics in the Philippine Islands a few years ago now we are tra ducers of our coreligionists from Southern Europe The political leaders of today descendants from Knownothingists raise objections against immigration and those same objections are drawn on geographical lines They speak of the immigrants from Southern Europe as the objection able element It is not the objectionable classes socalled who fill our prisons and almshouses but rather those from the EuropePeople bays no idea of the extent of Italian immigration to New York in recent years During the period from 1820 when immigration statistics were first officially collected by the Government up to 1880 the immi gration of Italians aggregated only 68900 out of a total immigration exceeding ten millions From 1880 up to the close of the fiscal year of 1903 however the ac cession of Italians was 1502504 and of these more than twofifths arrived be tween 1900 and 1903 or numerically 645128 The great center of settlement of this new Italian population is the State of New York where the number in 1903 was 486175 of whom 382775 were in the city of New York alone Add the immigration of the present year and the number la the city is likely to be in creased to nearly half a million This says the New York Sun will make the Italian element of our population the fourth numerically the first being the German the second the Irish the third the Jew including in each the native children of the foreign born aJmostl1whoUy in the last number of tbe American Cath olic Quarterly Review points out in a paper describing his observations in Italy last year nothing is more noticeable than the strong liking among Italians of all classes for farming as the occupation of life They are also remarkable for their skill and economy in the cultivation of the soil The farming through Lombardy aud Tuscany is like that of care fully kept gardens and crops of some kinds seem to be gathered at almost every season In Southern Italy also from which comes the present immigra tion to this country almost wholly the closeness and deftness of the farming are noticeable The time will come when this nice aptitude and pect1irpredilec tion of the Italians for the cultivation of the soil will no longer be wasted in this country Eventually they will assist powerfully in the agricultural develop went of the South as yet only in Us be ginningIt be regretted that the Italians do not seek the country instead of the cities for their own good- CONGRESS MAY BE DEMOCRATIC speculatIng next House of Representatives The House is now composed of 383 members of whom the Republicans have 206 and the Democrats 177 and should the Re publicans lose next fall fifteen districts and gain noae they would lose control Neither party will have a walkover for the control of the lower branch of Con grew The United States Senate is safely Thatbodyl whom fiftY seven are Republicans thirtythree Democrats Next March the terns of twentyone Senators expire la order to obtain control of the Senate the Democrats nrtit hold what they have now and gain thirteen m mb ra auuttet lbUityin the estimation of wise u1enMY t aJ 7 Mens Shoes AND OXFORDS a 350 and 2 50e 9 500 In all styles and leathers tan and black at our mens store 534FOURTH Ladies Shoes AND OXFORDS j f ETA 250 3 Pl OUe and 500 In all styles and leathers tan and black at our ladies store 553FOURTH Confirmation slices and slippers for the boys and girls Boston Shoo Co g STORES HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes op I Division 1 Akron recently added forty seven names to the division roster County President Whelan add President Andrew Martin conducted the initiatory workDivision 20 of Jersey City hopes to be able to build a meeting hall in the near future Arrangements are being made for the annual picnic to raise funds for the purposeDivision 3 of Providence has made ex tenslvearrangemeuts for a special degree meeting tomorrow afternoon when the major degrees will be conferred on a class of twentyfive candidates Division 2 of New London Conn is now having a boom in membership It celebrated its seventeenth anniversary by going to holy communion ina body and holding banquet in the evening On account of the coming Massachu setts State convention and the St Jerome parish jubilee celebrations the Hibernians have voted to hold no Fourth of July field day this year The convention will open in Springfield on August 22 A large branch of the ladies Auxiliary has been formed in Dubucjue Fifty members were initiated by Miss Jettie Conlon Secretary of the order in Iowa assisted by Mrs Patrick Trainor who organized the first branch In that city The finest exemplification of degree work ever witnessed Jn Boston was given this month when the degree staff Of the Ladles Auxiliary of Division 2 conferred the degrees on fifty candidates The ceremony was directed by Mrs Mary Cavanaugh County President of Suffolk countyrSPRING RACING New Louisville Jockey Club Promises PatronsFino Sport During the past week stirring scenes have been enacted at Churchill Downs and now everything is in rjeadinesa for what should prove the greatest race meeting in the history ofthe local turf The New Louisville Jockej Club has- arrangeda splendid programme for fifteen days of racing all the events are well filled and the best horses in America will run here This year there will be seven steeplechases with six races on each days card Monday the great Derby will be run with perhaps ten start erstXt ilq not certain that English Lad will face the flag but with Proceeds Conjurer Elwood Japan Brancas Ed Tierney Prince Silverwingi Batta and Marquis deCarabai in there will be inch a race as is seldom seen fa this country There are great races hday the Clark Stakes following tbs Derby A carryotfl1eDerbywill be In the stand and this laa suffi dent guarantee that the 8x rt jwill be hoidaybbeen oral public may see the gr Drbyru We dp fine job jprittHag ear Meeting GREAT EUCHRE GAME Murphy and McDermott Con test For Championship of Lonlsvllle The Murphy and Mack Euchre Club gave one of its oldest members William Murphy a happy surprise at his home 1951 Bank street Wednesday evening This club is composed of well known young Irishmen and their lady friends and is named in honor of William Mur phy and Patrick McDermott the cham pion euchre players of the East and West End Mrs Murphy was assisted in receiving by Misses Katie and Margaret Coleman Morale McCarthy Margaret Carroll and Lizzie Murphy After music and singing the two champions were brought together for a series of seven games to be played with a deck of cards sent from Ireland for the event The games were both exciting and amusing and not untill the seventh was finished could the winner be picked Mr Mur phy won by a margin of one game but his opponent let himself out nicely by declaring heIIdld not want to beat his host in his own home but that he would do so If he would visit the East End Following the victory of her husband Mrs Murphy invited all present to be seated and an elegant supper was servedThe gentlemen who witnessed the con test were Edward J Dalton Martin Fahey Pat Mangan Fergus Kennedy Mike Ahern James Carroll John Sulli van Pat McCue Tom Camfield and Vin cent Gazzollo They are now arranging for a great game to take place in the East End ST PAULS DAY Observed With Impressive Ceremonies at Sacred Heart Retreat The festof St Paul of the Cross founder of the Congregation of the Passion was celebrated with the usual solemnity Thursday at the retreat of the Passionist Fathers on the Newburg road Very Rev Albert Phelan C P was cele brant of the solemn high mass Rev Henry Rothhent deacon and Rev Dr Riverman subdeacon Rev Father Gau dentius C P delivered a beautiful pane gyric on the saint There are many clients of St Paul in the city and neighborhood who yearly make this a day of devotion for them selves being encouraged in this by the spiritual and temporal favors they have often received through the intercession of the saint This year the attendance was very large in spite of the threatening weather Many made a veritable pilgrimage of it journeying from Indiana and other points out of town The people spent the day on the pleasant grounds of the retreat remaning until the solemn vespers with which the celebration concluded RECENT DEATHS The funeral of James D Chapman who died Sunday morning at his home 2225 Lytle street took place Tuesday morning from St Cecilias church For many years he bad been a resident of the West End and for his bereaved relatives there is much sympathy Sincere sympathy is felt for Mr and Mrs Joseph M Ryan 1826 Brook street who last Monday morning sustained the loss of their little daughter Marcella Her funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Philip Neris Rev Father Ackerman officiating at the solemn obsequiesThe of Patrolman August Kur zendoefer who died Wednesday night took place from the Ohurch of Our Lady yesterday morning at 9 oclock with a requiem mass The deceased was a faith ful and efficient officer and was held in high regard by all whp knew him A detail of police accompanied the body to the St Louis cemetery The death of Miss Pearl Harrington last Sunday night brought inexpressible grief to her wide circle of friends and acquaintances Miss Harrington was of an amiable and cheery disposition and will be sadly missed by her associates She was the daughter of George Harring ton 2507 Rowan street from whose house she was buried Tuesday afternoon GOES TO ST LOUIS John J Tnlly the oldtime life saver left this week for St Louis where he will make an exhibit in the fish and game department at the Worlds Fair Mr Tully has lately Invested A double hoop net that fishermen pronounce the heel they have ever seen It will catch the fish coming and going Besides the nets he will manufacture and display his famed hammocks and ladies shopping bags While Mr TuUyIs1 at the Worlds Faithis son will have charge of his ffic torYOtt Third Itreet FRflNK FEflR INCORPORArBUD BREWING 60 1 Brewers and Bottlers 1LOUISVILLE KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the w brewery until properly aged TEJEPHONE 13sa Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau Pilsenl r Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN BRE2rING COlUPANYINO- ORPORArEDTELEPHONE 4B2 LOITIEDVIYLE KY H tt f f H HM M t M M M M ft ft H JAMES SOWDERS 159 West Jefferson Street Fish and QystersJ3OOCH PHONES zasor3- r n JJo KKeeplne BEST is TNC HElEr 7Jenmtlll1IlpShor7htln anoantypearlflny s 7lfraEJty 3se fiend For w 9utsiille xy Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now in our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged yearStudentsSHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma to CHICAGOONI r eI tiinajIOtAUPOIl5I RuIcv intt1- In an ELEGANT PARLOR MINING CAR1 E H k JLoulsvl1teFRANK J AgentC Y MAnagerWMM MMUMM t MMMHt t t t FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES AL KOLB345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS DRINK li6nruG WhiSkU BOTTLED BY HENRY C LAUER 407 East Jefferson Street TELEPHONB tr4- oI 0 LOAN oARIIR LOAN CO- OUiti gm Ire IJ u NORTH STARRE- FRIGERATORS Solid hardwood extra well constructed with cork filling and asbestos lining ALWAYS GIVES SATISF- ACTIONGEHERSON 217 Market St near Second I Imm M INDRIOT 8 SONS a WAGON MANUFACTURERB Cast 9 Repa IICH RMII41orTkas- 29i ked 297 WEST GREEN ST vr1 F JQNTtJOL rnisia RIOAN H T SURPRISE SPECIAL SALE No 236 MENS SUITSIn Various Favorite Fashions Royally fine pure worsted fabrics In rich patterns derived from American French and and also selected grades of those swell new Tweed woolens in anumber of light and dark color combinations cut by hand in high class lines under the watchful supervision of THE DIG STORES chief designer Tailored trimmed and finished in sumptuous manner Specimens on Ex I hibition in the Display Windows 15On Sale t1g One WeekII I I THE BIG STOREMIL- TONv M MARBLESTONE CO 424 to 434 Market St be Fourth and WestII ll1 lH 11 I I 11IHHHHHI I I I I 111 I 11 I I 1H11 GOOD COFFEEMeans strength to the body When you get a Roasted Coffee by our patent roaster and its our 3 Lbs 50cGrade you have the coffee that will please you MULLOYCOFFEe I j r Home Phone 1323 214 W MARKET STREET Cumb MaIn 11891 H 1 1 I I 1 HH HnlH 1 11 1 I I I IH I I H I I H I+IIH H H H tItr4 F YOU ARE PRACTICAL Therefore we appeal to your good judgment and ask you to investigate the merits of our HIGHGRADE PIANOS Before you decide on a purchase When you buy a Piano from us you get Quality Durability and Richness in the highest form and at a moderate price FIFTEEN FAMOUS MAKES FROM WHICH SELECT MontenegroRiehm Music Co i330 Ir OUITF3 AVENUE MMMMM +++++++++++ P 5 RAY CO i Fino- 6arriaoOS 230232 W MAIN STREET LOUISVILLE KY 1 I x Fresh for TO E iiI =c r rn DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN 1m Dougherty KeenanU- NDERTAKERS II 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 1m I BOTH TFfCFiPHO1 TiB 1240IUAll Galls I D lmrJagc8lm lilUiiii I ENOS aadU rtAcPreeldeattEdUCatCS Young People For Business Good Employment and Success ll nGALL OR WRITE FOR FUU INFORMATION x IIlHkMxmMAIN fjnuarrs L9UISVIIIIKYBusiness College 4 3cGI Sa6kott Plaster Board M 1m t 1m WALLS AND CEILINGS CONSTRUCTED WITH THESE BOARDS CANNOT Sackett Plaster Board is light economical and durable Will FALLII buckle or shrink Is a fire retardent recognized by fire KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO B is CAMPBELL SONS Proprietors Manufactures Diamond Wall Plaster Campbells Cement Plaster Louisville Wood I t Fiber Plaster Campbells Wainscoting Finish In any color and Powdered Lime t Both Phones2367 BroQk and River Louisville Ky of II i dJ H n n I tt t n I II + M M M HICKEYSAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY Proprietor flame Teleaiton 884 t48 W Jftrfiox fitr i 1 nft t H t t Hf t t f t H t it t ft t H ft Uu E U ox L- 4a 1 iTiiuIL I ee000000 0000OO- Ci Ji BACON SONS i W- eWASH Intend to Make an Unusual GOODS SALE And there is every reason to believe it will terminate as such Fabrics desirablequalities good and p low The quotations are on no instead are added to more ordinary ricesextremelYIIat present much desired especially by those 0 pating their summer house and outdoor White Ground Piques with neat figures and pretty I colored stripes make desirable shirt waists childrens dresses or laules wash suits 27 inches CyardI yardOnly a limited number of styles in the assortment neat stripes in serviceable colorings full 32 inches wide also suitable for mens shirtings and f CyardI1 yardPlain Oxfords Waistings or Suitings solid colors of green navy blue tan and black 27 19 Cinches wldj special price per yard Burlap Suiting linen and cotton mixtures in green light and dark blue red tan greyand pink PJ Csuits000000 00000000 BISHOP PHELAN Plttsburg Catholics Are Preparing to Honor Venerable Head of the Church There is to be o memorable celebration in Pittsburg next week in commemora tion of the saceixlotal golden jubilee of Right Rev Richard Phelan Bishop of Pittsburg The Apostolic Delegate Most Rev Diomede Falconio Cardinal Gib bons Archbishop Ryan and other dis tinguished prelates will be present arriv ing on the evening of Tuesday May 3 The train will start from Washington via Baltimore and Philadelphia stopping at Harrisburg for Bishop Sbannaban at Lewistown Junction for Bishop Hoban and at Alloona for Bishop Garvey The Cardinal will be accompanied by the Very Rev E R Dyer Vicar General of the Sulpicians in the United States and President of St Marys Seminary Balti more Another distinguished clergyman on this special car will be Very Rev Walter Elliott Director of the Apostolic missionhouse Washington D C On the arrival in the city the distinguished visitors will be met by committees of reception The Apostolic Delegate Cardinal and Archbishop Ryan will be the guests of the Right Rev Coadjutor Bishop in the Epiphany rectory The other prelates and clergymen will be entertained by their friends and acquaint ances in the clergy The jubilee day will be ushered in with a solemn religious function Pontifical high mass will be celebrated In the Church of the Epiphany commencing at lO oclock Right Rev Bishop Phelan will occupy the throne of honor and his Grace Archbishop P J Ryan of Phila delphia will be celebrant of the mass The special officers assisting him have not yet been named Right Rev John W Shannahan Bishop of Harrisburg has been invited to preach the sermon At the conclusion of the Pontifical mass the testimonial of the priests of the diocese will be presented to the jubilarian The testimonial has now reached a very handsome sum several thousand dollars having been subscribed Whether it will be presented as a purse or as a souvenir in the shape of a memorial altar in the new Cathedral has not been determined After the mass there will be a banquet at the Hotel Schenley and in the evening a public reception at Carnegie Music Hall TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council YM lt continues its boom for membership At an interest ing meeting Monday night five more applications were received the proposers being given a round of applause when the names were read The council adopted resolutions on the death of the late Edward Eoerhardt reported by Messrs David QConnell Tom Garvey and Ben Hund The deceased had been an exemplary member of Trinity Council and his death was greatly regretted All committee of young men was named to assist the Ladies Auxiliary at their dance at Fountain Ferry Park on May 10 and encouraging reports were rej celved regarding the picnic to be given at Peru Grove on July 18tji t TILOSS BY FIRE J I At an early hour Wednesday morning the plant of the Kentucky Vitrified I Brick Company was destroyed by fireII TheIPatIwas partially Only recently new end improved machinery bad been placed therein and this caused the heaviest loss With their usual energy the Messrs Bannon have already begun the erection of new works and expect to be running again in a short time FEDERATION The regular monthly meeting of the tholiciFederationwutbe Hall Seventh and Market streets Every delegate is urged to attend as qoeetkma I pertaining to the State and national coH uponPresident I I ttritinJ reports ready for tJawetlag d suggestion for firt fWrk gill daintyDatlstestinted grounds light and dark colorings we 1 S CatNovelty Suitings heavy cotton fabrics flake effects especially suitable for separate skirts and wash suits serviceable colors of blue gray and tan 15C27 inches wide special per yard Embroidered Swisses white grounds with colored embroidered dots of pink blue green red f PJ CperFlake Voiles all pretty colorings 27 inches wide one of the most desirable fabrics of the OJlourIRISH 8SOCIETYDIRECTOR r c A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month TynanViceDoughertyRecording uan Jr Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank 6tree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION r 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresIdentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan KeiranranFinancial Secretary John T Keaney 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 Treasurer George J Butler SergeantaE ArmsPat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month HennessyVice LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnut ReillyTreasurer DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney MurphyPresidentRobert Vice President Daniel Gill Recording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial Secretary Thos OHern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelAlphonso Constantine SergeantatArmsMichael Noon y MIMACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings atClub House 530 Twentysixth Street ShelleySecond HerpRecordingFinancial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street Corresponding Secretary Frank P BurkeTreasurerPrank t MurphyMarshalGeorge Inside Sentinel Frank Lanahan Outside SentinelJohn Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club Honse 718 East Gray Street CooneyFirstSecond Vice President Joseph P Bell Recording Secretary Eniil I Month Corresponding Secretary Arthur C Lauer x Financial SecretaryRobert G Goe belTreasurersWilliam N Gast Marshal M F Morris Inside SentinelJacob Pfalzer Outside SentinelM F Ziegler- MACAULEYS The season at Macanleys ends OB May 13 when Viola Allen comes for three per formances of Twelfth Night Miss Allen has been seen here to excellent advantage Jn the past and there is a natural curjpsity to see her Viola MASONIC THEATER In Sweet Clover next weeks attrac tion at the Masonic Theater the patrons of this playhouse will see the last pasta ral drama of the season The play is said to be well staged and to tell a sweet and simple story pf New England life Otto B Thayer will be seen in the leading role BUCKINGHAM Poe next weeks attraction the Buck ngham announces the Gay Masquerade beaf1edbythe burlesque queen Miss Ida Emerson and presenting two laughable builettuTbe Wizard of Jersey and Aboard the Good Ship Jane The JiO- luald tokeajpod one comprising a nwa J berofdhe tprnaseenheretkLsseear- xry ohJliltilig NEW ALBANY NOTES Edward Fitzpatrick Is Appointed Member of Library Book Committee The New Albany School Board has ap pointed Edward Fitzpatrick a member of the Book Committee whose duty it will be to select books for the new Carnegie library just opened The Catholics of New Albany have never before been represented in the Book Committee and there are few Catholic books in the public library Protestants as well as Cath olics want to look at Catholic books for reference sometimes and in justice to aU there ought to be some Catholic standard works in every public library Mr Fitz patrick is of the staff of the Louisville Times His selection as a member of the nook Committee will give satisfaction to Catholics and Protestants alike On motion of Mr Fitzpatrick Rev Dr Dun can a Methodist minister was elected Chairman of the committee Mr Duncan is Irish too His ancestors came from the County Antrim The first book ordered by the committee was the Life of Gladstone by John Morley Rev Father Kenny will deliver a lecture at Holy Trinity School Hall tomorrow night on Sir Thomas More Lord Chan cellor and one of Englands wealthiest sons The lecture will be free and everybody in Holy Trinity congregation will attend Father Kenny is a fine speaker and his lecture will be well worth hear ingThe Democrats of New Albany have nominated Daniel Walsh for City TreaS ureo He is a well known merchant and an estimable citizen The election is on Tuesday next In the meantime the friends of Mr Walsh should be active in his behalf With a united effort on their part he can be elected MACKIN COUNCIL OUTING Chairman Raidy Announced the SubCommittees Tuesday Night Tuesday night at the regular meeting of Mackin Council Chairman Charles Raidy announced that from now on all members were expected to work for the success of the annual picnic and outing at Fern Grove on July 14 The committee has been subdivided as follows Finance Ben Sand George Lautz and Frank AdamsIBoatsFrank Burke Prank Lanahan John Kinne- yPrintingFred Herp Frank Burke John Kinney Meals and SuppliesGeorge Iautz Ben Sand George Simonis MusicJohn Kinney Fred Herpand Frank Burke RefreshmentsGeorge Simonis Frank Lanahan Prank Adams TicketBClarenceZook Frank Burke George Simoni- sPolicePrank Adams Clarence Zook Ben Sand Badges Lanahan Kinney Burke GamesSand Adnms Zook Quite an Interesting essay was read by Frank Lenz the lawyer who related the part the Germans had played in the advancement of civilization science for estry etc He handled the subject ably and brought out much that was new to his hearers vjho enjoyed the intellectual treat One application was received and the obligation administered to Andrew Weikel The council meets again Tues day night when the Ways and Means Committee will report plans for the new building FIGHT IS OVER The Republican Fifth district conven tion held Monday nigU at Llederkranz Hall named Hon Eugustus E Willson and City Attorney Henry Stone as delegates to the Republican national conven tion ExGov Bradley received the in structions for delegate from the Stateat large and Major William C Owens was indorsed as candidate for Congress InII tile primary on Saturday the Sapp forces I were routed and were not represented inI the convention William A Evans was elected state Central Committeemaa by an overwhelming Tote I g S HUBBUGH BRO1 e 524 526 and 528 West Market Street You have always Known this store for handling reliable fabrics in III d III dIIIa IlIIl i t chandise correctly priced More I t than ever now is the distinction I ttrightlyplacedII lOUR MAGNIFICENT BUILDING II 4 t ttpermItting greatly LIGHT enlarged FACILITIES sellingIIhelp II1 ttlarger Stocks Your and inspection better offerings kindly solicited ourIn 4 00 1 rue ciias flr R006rS BOOK GO + BOOKS AND ROSARIES + FIRST HOLY COMMUNION + IIPRAYER inspect our line of goods They are the of their kind in the city SB ii800KS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION + 3bS3t W Jefferson Street 0 f hiHtuIIHH+HH1 IIIIH I HH H I HHI 1 I HHItl i3 hillth CUSCADENSHave Wagbns and 25 Push Wagons selling our famous Brick Ice CreamTHE REAL rom OStEAlM PEOPLE 415 AND 417 SECOND STREETIMHHIMHHHII I M M i I I HJt t1IIH1 III11111 Morbachs MILITARY BAND AND ORCHESTRA E MORBACH Conductor Music Furnished For All OFFICE AND RESIDENCE 320 West BrecHinridge Street t +++ H+ + I+ i F++ It F+++ ++ H4F4I + It tf I +I Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 810 + 1 It I I I tt I t tt w jn0 wv-P BANNON MJ BANNON H M WOLTRINO R B BANNON President YlcePres GenI Mgr Secretary Treasurer FFl Baanoi Sewer Pipe Co Salt Glazed Sewer and Culvert Pipe Bannons Patent Lidded Pipe for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving BricK Fire Proofing Flue Pipe Flue Lining Fire BricK Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Cfay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified Sidewalk BricK OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON TBLBPIIONBIS73 WORKS 13th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and loth TELEPHONE 2833 STATIONERS PBJlTf9 LI BIN ER BOOKS lLERS j flu j Occasions The Bradley MMCo r UtCCBFOBAJD BlanP Booh a- 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