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S KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN I VOLUME XIINO 19 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MAY 7 1904 PRICE FIVE CENTS j THIRD VICTORY Suit Against Sisters of Good Shepherd Dismissed by Courts Order Plaintiff Reveals Startling In formation About Moth ods Pursued Her Attorneys Refuse to Dls miss Suit When So Requested CASE STRICKEN FROM THE DOCKET On Monday last Judge Thomas R Gor don of the Second division of the Common Pleas Court dismissed the suit absolutely of Rosa Wilhite against the Sisters of the Good Shepherd Bank street Louisville Ky under exceptional circumstances The plaintiff brought suit against the Sisters in October 1902 for the sum of 5000 alleged to be due her for services rendered on an implied contract while she was an inmate of their reformatory This case went to the Court of Appeals on some preliminary motions and was reversed and sent back for trial on its merits While the case was pend lug in the Court of Appeals this woman visited the Sisters and expressed her re pentance for having sued them and requested information to enable her to dismiss the action The Sisters declined to discuss the action with her but re ferred her to their attorneys to whom she then applied for such information The J attorneys for the Sisters declined to dis cuss the subject with her but sent her before an official stenographer of this court who privately examined her and recorded her responses in shorthand which were later transcribed and filed in court This examination by the official stenographer revealed some startling in formation as to the methods pursued and the means employed to induce these ac tionsShe continued to visit the Sisters and two weeks ago expressed her impatience at the failure to have the suit dismissed and renewed her demand that the same be done Thereupon the attorneys for the Sisters communicated this fact to the plaintiffs counsel invited them to calll tolaspect the alavi and transcnpt of the evidence given before the official stenographer and requested that the ac tion be dismissed by themselves stating that if they failed to do so their clients motion to dismiss would be filed at a specified time They declined to dis miss the action and the plaintiffs motion was filed and set for hearing on Monday- In the meantime a written statement signed by the plaintiff revoking her motion for dismissal was procured and filed in court by her counsel She explained that the revocation was obtained from her by similar means employed to secure her signature to the original petition When the case was called for hearing on the motion the plaintiff appeared in court in person and by consent of counsel and on their joint request she was examined privately by the court in the Judges chambers After the examination the Judge returned to the bench and from there announced that it was the inde pendent unreserved and emphatic wish of the plaintiff clearly and certainly expressed that the action should be dis i continued and dismissed Thereupon the court dismissed the action absolutely and struck it from the docket This woman is a sister of Hattie Smith who had a similar suit against the Sis ters and which was tried out some months ago before a jury resulting in a verdict in favor of the defendant SistersI The Smith woman has appealed to the Court of Appeals- It will be remembered that a similar action brought by Ella Aldridge against the Sisters was dismissed some weeks agothe plaintiff having given a deposition in her case which was taken and filed in court by the defendants wherein she swore that she not only did not authorize the bringing of the suit against the Sis ters but protested against it and that each and all of the allegations of the peti tion were false and untrue The follow ing quotations from the sworn statement of Rosa Wilhite filed in support of her motion to dismiss her own case are to say the least interesting QuestionDid you know what you were signing when you signed and swore tothatAuswerI did not want to do it No sir I did not know anything at all about it I told him in the first beginning 1 did not want to dot They said it was for wagesthey wanted me to sue those people for wages I did not want to do it and I came down to those people this morning They told me to come down here and get out of It if could gThat is not it You say you di not want to sign thu- dAI did not want to sign it thenfAThey made me sign it They said if l would not sign it they would make the Sheriff come down there and make me sign it anyway QWho toW you tha- tADr Smith told me for one gWhat 1fa Mr Smiths name AD T I domt knowjust D T- aM MrVlaeeat and Mr Smith got me to do allot this Th y brought me MMM 0 C papers down there The people can tell you at Stinsons QWho could tell AThose people at Stinsons could tell you that I did not want to sign this paper They brought three down there and read them to me Of course I can not read They read them to me and said for me to elgri them I says I dont want to sign them He came down there Mr Vincent did and he came back here I never signed i- tgThe first one AYes sir I never signed the paper They did not like it at all because did not sign it This old man walked all the way down there and I did not sign it and those two men came down there in a buggy Dr Smith and Mr Smith came down there and they said for me to sign them I said I did not want to sign them The lady was in there and she QWhat lady AMrs Stinson the lady I am living with She was in there of course listen ing to my conversation and I did not want to sign any of them They said if you do net sign it we will bringan officer right here and make you sign it- QYou finally signed it at his office ANo sir I signed it there They signed it and made me take hold of the pen and make a mark to show that I signed it but I was not God knows my heart I did not want to sign it My right hand before God I did not want to sipn that paper QYou would rather have this suit dismissed now AYes sir That is what I am after QDid any one suggest to you that you dismiss this case or want you to dis miss it ANo sir I did it of my own accord QYou wanted to drop the whole matter and get out of it- AYes sir That is what I want to do That is my aim and I hope I will get dismissed I did not want anything at all to do with it I want to be free It worries me to the very core of my heart I dont want to have anything at all to do with it I have been crying all day about it- QNobody has been after you to get you to dismiss it- ANo sir It is of my own accord QDid any of the Sisters advise you before you went there to dismiss this sui- tANo si- rQYou went there first of your own accordAI just went there this morning for the first time QOf your own accord AYes si- rgYou want it dismissed AIt want it dismissed yes sir The II D T Smith above referred to is trnrlle tvttBurchbro- ught this and a number of similar suits against the Sisters James J Fitz gerald of the firm of Kinney and Fitzgerald is defending the Sisters in these matters 0 COVINGTON Recently Formed Ladles Auxiliary Elects Splen did Officers The recently formed Ladles Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians which was instituted at Covington by Judge Shine and others prominent in the order with sixtytwo charter members is reported making splendid progress It will be known as St Bridgets division and already the leading Catholic Irish women of the city are greatly interested in its growth and welfare From Mrs Jennie McDonald we learn that before long the membership will be increased threefold as they want to equal in num bers the sister auxiliary in Louisville The following splendid set of officers has been chosen for the present term County PresidentMiss Nora Murphy PresidentMrs Mollie Cushing Vice PresidentMrs Katie Flnnegan Recording SecretaryMiss Lula Mur phy Financial Secretary Miss Nora Myers TreasurerMrs Ellen OConnor SergeantatarmsMrs Nellie Powers The ladies have the hearty support of the Hibernian division of Covington now one of the best in the State o THE HARP That Once Through Taras Hall May Come to the Worlds Fair At the request of Senator Kean of New Jersey the State Department is trying to locate The harp that once through Taras balls the soul of music shed in order to secure it for exhibit at the St Louis Exposition The Jersey City branch of the United Irish League of America adopted resolutions requesting President Roosevelt to get the harp for the Exposition Senator Kean sent the resolution tfhe President who turned it over to Secretary Hay The State De harpdAGAIN ON FORCE Over in Jeffersonville its Officer Peter Madden again Tuesday hh appoint ment to the police force went into effect and he was warmly welcomed back by his old friends Before the present metropolitan police law was adopted Mr Madden was A valued member of Use Jeff esesvllle police department but re signed to sensor the podUea el City Pamp Coetreeter which he heM saUl recently II aj t OJ i WORLDS FI1RBALLOT E TlJQi I N=I IelORiibS pAl t 9AlklkOT I vars sox i ADDR SIGN D Saturday May 7 1904e NOTABLE Case Just Decided by the United States Supreme Court Judges James Lynchohaun Is Declared Not Extradlctablo For Po litical Offense Slapped His Landlady and Was Sentenced to Prison For Life HE HAS BEEN IN LOUISVILLE IThe United States Supreme Court this week decided a case of widespread in terest to Irishmen The particular Irish man involved in the case James Lynche haun is said to have been in Louisville since the first of April Lynchehaun who went by the name of Thomas Walsh SeptemlierbqBrittstrdetectiVovwhd warrant on him from the distirct of New York However after Judge Bakers decision Lynchebaun was arraigned before United States Commissioner Charles W Moore in Indianapolis who decided that Lynchehaun could not be extradited under the treaty and the Irishman was released British attorneys then appealed Judge Bakers decision to the United States Supreme Court in the effort to have Lynchebaun tried in New York Justice Harlan of Kentucky delivered the opinion of the court and said that Lynchehaun could not be arrested in Indiana and tried in New York but must be tried in the State where he was ar rested under the laws of that State Lynchehaun merely slapped Mrs Mc Donnell and he was sent up for life It was proved at Indianapolis that the offense was only trivial and that Lynhe haun was convicted on account of politics he being an agitator for home rule while his landlady was a rack renter Upon Lvuchehauns arrest the Irishmen of Indianapolis flocked to his relief A committee was appointed who took his case in hand and employed able counsel to defend him Lynchehauns attorneys were Addison C Harris Ferdinand Win ter and Henry Spaan It was proven by these attorneys after over two weeks of argument that Lynchehauns crime was a political one and not extraditable Judge Baker held that although neither the treaties nor the statutes say In so many words that the hearing shall be held in the place where the accused is found but inasmuch as the law of the place where he is found not only with respect to the substantial definition of the crime but also with respect to the competency of the witnesses and the ad missibility of evidence is made controll ing it was also intended that the hearing should be held at the place where he was foundJustice Harland affirmed this decision sayingliThe treaty of 1842 expressly provides that a person charged with the crime of murder committed within the jurisdiction of either country and found within the territories of the other shall have been delivered up by the latter country and the provision shall apply in the case of one convicted of such a crime but whose sentence has not been exe cuted But both countries stipulated that the alleged criminal shall be arrested and delivered up only upon such evidence of criminality as according to the laws of the place where the fugitive person so charged is found would justify his ap prehension and commitment for trial if the crime had been there committed The decision settles for all time the practice of bringing quasi political prisoners from other States to New York for trial In extradictable cases It being apparent that the Supreme Court would decide the case at the May term Lynche baan left Indianapolis and came to Louis ville about four weeks ago He may now return to his wife who is In Indianapolis She lad the Irish committee of defense at lBdiaaapoU were the only ewe who roseofWa wberaabewU t- wf RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Roger lush who died Thursday at his home 2 10 High avenue takes place this morn j from St Ce cilias church He was torn in 1824 and was among the oldest festdenta of the West End where he ma e his home for many yearsjj Emily Finn beloved wife of Philip Maurer 1103 Winterti avenue died Wednesday morning nt he residence of her sister Mrs Louis Bt yens 1715 West Market street Decease 1 t was a devout member of St Brigid churcb from which her funeral took placl yesterday morning f The funeral of HenrjfJpreSsler who died last Sunday at tle home 6f his father 1427 Twentyt rdstreet was largely attended Tuesda morning at St Charles Borromeo chu ch the solemn obsequies being conflicted by Rev Father Charles Raffo Deceased was a well known young sheef iron worker and a brother of George J Dressier with the E L Hughes Company The death Sunday morning of Dennis J Ford took from St Johu s parish one of its valued and respected members His funeral took place Tuesday morning with requiem mass tile church being thronged with sorrow g fiends Mr Iford wasft v andllicaar- vlved by mswireMs uise roru atwo daughters and four sons one of them a member of the police force The announcement of the death of Pat rick J Morgan though not unexpected was a shock to many of his friends last Thursday For many years he followed the tailoring business but retired some years ago on account of old age Patrick Morgan was devoted to his church a good citizen and respected by all who knew him His funeral takes place this this morning from St Mary Magdalens church Thursday at noon Mrs Johanna OHearn wife of the late John OHearn passed peacefully into eternity For years she had lived at 1230 Seventh street and was one of the older members of the Dominican parish She was the mother of Patrick and Maurice OHearn and among her neighbors was held in the highest esteem being noted for her amiability and goodness of heart Her funeral takes place this morning from St Louis Bertrands The death of Mrs Sophia Kraft mother of Edward Kraft last Tuesday morning removed another most highly esteemed resident of the East End Mrs Kraft was seventyfbur years old but for several months had been a sufferer from a complication of diseases She will be greatly missed among her friends not only for her faithfulness to her duties but for her generous and ever ready willingness to assist her neighbors and others when in sickness and distress Her funeral tOOl place Thursday afternoon from her home 1423 Hamilton avenueMrs Hannah Kettinger beloved wife of John Kettinger died Sunday evening at her home 1414 Preston street at the advanced age of seventythree years She was highly esteemed by the entire com munity in which she lived and it was with feelings of deep sadness that her remains were laid away by sorrowing friends who extend sympathy to the bereaved husband and daughtere Miss Katie Kettinger and Mrs John Hassan Mrs Kettinger was a native of County Limerick Ireland and would have cele brated her golden wedding had she lived placeTuesdayRev Thomas York officiating Mrs Map daline Eberhart one of the best known German residents of Louisville died Tuesday night at her rest dence on Eddy street She was eighty two years old and had lived in this city for over half a century Mrs Eberburt was the widow of Henry Eberhart a civil war veteran who died years ago She is survived by four children eigh teen grandchildren and nineteen greet grandchildren Her children are Louis and Henry Eberhart Mrs Henry Bur graft Bad Mrs John it Adams wife of the well knowu Magistrate The funeral took place Thursday afternoon the rMMiM being laid to teat beside those ofI IMF kMband Tu Cave Hill OMMttry u a r CATHOLIC KNIGHTS Will Hays Their nil Turn Out Tomorrow After noon Seventeen Branches Will March In Parade to St Patricks d 1 Will Afterward Assist at Solemn Vespers and Benedic tion START FROM ST MARYS HALL If the weather is auspicious tomorrow the annual turn out and pilgrimage of the Catholic Knights of America of the Falla Cities will be the largest ever wit nessed in Louisville The members of the seventeen branches have all agreed to be in line and if they do so the pro cession owlll be an imposing one The Xtisigble yhaYlielr UHyHdl yule as well as those belonging to the local branches will assemble at St Marys School Hall Eighth street near Grayson at 130 oclock sharp They will afterward form in line and march to St Patricks church Thirteenth and Market streets Here they will assist at vespers and benediction Right Rev erend Vicar General Father Cronin officiating assisted by a number of the local clergy The choir will have special music for the occasion and the church will doubtless be thronged The line of march from St Marys School Hall to St Patricks will be from Eighth street to Jefferson to Fifth to Broadway to Seventeenth to Chestnut to Thirteenth and in Thirteenth to the churchAs in a review of the work of the Catholic Knights of America in the Kentucky Irish American of last week this organization has been truly a God send to many a Catholic family Mill ions of dollars have been distributed among the widows and orphans of its deceased members during its existence and of this tens of thousands of dollars have come to Louisville through the local branches New Albany and Jeffer sonville have also shared in the work Now is a good time to join this benevo lent order The insurance rates are low Young men especially should join and provide for the future While there is a large local membership it should be twice or three times as large as it is at present The dues are easily paid The price of one cigar a day for a month will pay a young mans dues Every mem ber of the order in becoming a member does an act of charity for he is assisting others but at the same time he assists himself by providing insurance for his dependent parents or wife in cage of death The social and religious features are also well worth considering 0 VATICAN FINANCES Pope Has a Plan to Place In come On a Mere Solid Basis Osservatore a leading correspond ent of American newspapers in Rome in a special cablegram says it is the desire of the Pope to place Vatican finances on a more solid basis The Vaticans annual income he says is at present uncertain because of the fluctuation in the contribu tions sent to Rome as Peters pence and It is proposed to adepts systematic offer ing plan which will be In keeping wIth the business methods of the time The plan under discussion will if adopted equalize the contributions of the churches of the world in proportion to their in comes It is well known that French contributions to the Holy See are greatly reduced and that amounts contributed by Italy Spaini and Austria are insignifi cant so that nearly the whole burden of supporting tire central government of the dunk has to be assume by the CI o- d G Englishspeaking countries of the world The new plan for income contemplates the obtaining every year from all of the Bishops all over the world a detailed statement of the annual income of their dioceses which shall show in detail the income of each parish monastery oon gent or other religious institution A percentage tax will then be laid upon each diocese the authorities of which will in turn levy a proportionate tax upon the ecclesiastical institutions It is thought here that the plan will be adopted and there is general opinion that it will prove a satisfactory way of obtaining funds for the support of the Holy See without increasing the burdens of individual Catholics Voluntary con tributions to Peters pence will not be discouraged even if the new plan is adopted The apostolic visitors who are to inspect the dioceses of Italy have already been instructed to include in their reports statements of the incomes of the dioceses to be submitted to the congregation of the council Propa ganda is expected soon to take similar action regarding the dioceses in English speaking countries 0 GREAT RACES Louisville Jockey Club Hold Ing Its Most Success ful Meeting The thirtieth Derby of the Louisville Jockey Club last Monday drew 30000 people to Churchill Downs when the most succecsful meeting in the history of the local turf was inaugurated The racing each succeeding day was high class and afforded pleasing sport to bet tors and spectators The Derby was captured by Elwood with Tierney second His followers claim that but for a fluke he would have run first Today the Nursery stakes for twoyearolds will be the event of most interest Next weeks card is a fine one calling for the Blue grass stakes for threeyearolds on Mon day the big Louisville steeplechase on Tuesday the Boshford Manor stakes on Thursday and for Saturday a double event the Frank Fehr stakes and Gentle mens Cup both for threeyearolds and upward Upon all sides great praise is heard for Judge Charles F Price who is given the credit for the success of the meeting The arrangements the cards the sport were all perfected by him and thus far there has not been a hitch or anything to cause dissatisfaction Mayor Grainger Col Matt Winn and all others connected with the Jockey Club are elated over the meeting Only fair weather is needed to make it a record breake- rOVlENSBORO t Young Mens Institutes Big Initiation and Banquet Sunday Sarto Council Y M L of Owensboro will have a big initiation tomorrow after noon when the degrees of the Institute rank will be conferred upon fortythree candidates This organization was but recently organized with a membership of forty and the additions of tomorrow will make Sarto one of the best councils in the Kentucky jurisdiction Among those who will attend the ceremonies are Grand President James Kelly Grand Secretary George Lautz William M Higgins of the Kentucky Irish American and Tom Garvey who goes as custodian of the paraphernalia of the Grand Council which will be used on this occasion Visitors members and candidates will attend high mass at St Stephens church and after the initiatory ceremonies which begin at 1 oclock there will be a ban quetAugust Graf the popular Treasurer of Sarto Council was here Sunday and Monday and was a welcome visitor at the meeting of Trinity Council He left for Owensboro Tuesday morning greatly pleased with the results of his visit CARDINALS Seven Vacancies Will Soon Be Filled by Pope Plus A special cablegram from Rome says the next Consistory for the election of new Cardinals is fast approaching There are now seven vacancies which it seems the Pope is inclined to fill with foreign ers that is not Italians His motives for not creating Cardinals of the Curia are partly political and partly economical Every Cardinal residing in Rome receives a yearly stipend from the Vatican while the Cardinals of the provinces and abroad are paid locally The thirtyone Cardi nals now residing in Rome draw almost 800000 francs a year direct from the Vatican Moreover the weight is some what too much on the aide of Italian Cardinals and therefore the Pope desires to restore the balance by creating foreign members which is likely to benefit Eng land and the United States o PARLOR SUITE TICKET The drawing for the handsome parlor suite offered for the benefit of Mrs Pat rick Burke took place Saturday evening at her home 537 East Caldwell street Ticket 118 drew the prize but the name of the holder has not yet been learned The winner can secure the suite by call ing at Mrs Burkes home A neat sum waa realizedl awl she feels grateful to her friends for what they did for her t 1 IJ rJ COUNTY BOARD Appoints Committee to Arrange For Annual Hibernian Picnic Makes a Liberal Appropriation- For Defraying Expenses of Delegates Local Divisions Reported Gain lug In Strength and Finances PATRICK SULLIVAN CHOSEN DELEGATE The roll call last Friday night at the quarterl meeting of the County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians showed all the officers present and each of the four divisions represented by nearly the full quota of delegates which constituted the largest attendance of the present year When the reports from committees were called for Chairman Mike Tynan sub mitted n statement of the receipts and expenditures of the entertainment given St Patricks day which was received and filed and the committee discharged State Treasurer George Butler reported the result of the recent concert given for the benefit of the orphans of this diocese The announcement that the sum of 405 bad been realized and turned over to Very Rev Louis G Deppen was received with hearty applause When the divisions were asked for reports Peter Cusick reported steady progress and a good treasury for Division 1 President Con Ford said that during the first three months of the year Division 2 had added much to its finances and had the largest percentage of increase of any in the State He also said there were ten candidates yet waiting initia tion Secretary Pat Welsh said Division 3 had initiated twentyone members at its last meeting and was now the second numerically in Kentucky with perhaps the largest treasury of any For Division 4 President Hennessey reported 218 members not including the large number initiated at the last meeting County President Patrick Sullivan expressed his gratification over the marked increase in interest and membership and the fact that the financial condition was improving with aU bills paid Theresignation ofZVicePiestdent = Joe McGinn who had been elected State Secretary was received and accepted Joe Dougherty the coal dealer was the unanimous choice for the vacancy and was immediately installed Upon motion of State Treasurer George Butler the boardvoted to send County President Patrick Sullivan as its representative to the national convention after which a handsome appropriation was made for N his expenses Peter Cusick caused much laughter by his parliamentary tactics which were at the expense of the newly installed Vice President His suggestion that amend ments to the existing laws should be submitted now met with much favor He argued that all members should give these matters careful consideration and later upon motion Messrs Cusick Quinn and McGinn were appointed a special committee to receive all proposed changes and bring in recommendations thereonCountyTreasurer John Sullivans state ment of the boards splendid financial r condition elicited hearty applause and s after several eloquent and feeling talks the County Board did a clever act A motion to appropriate 100 toward meet- Ing the per capita tax levied upon the local division to defray the expenses of delegates to the national and State con ventions was passed without a dissenting vote It may not be amiss to state that the present State and County Boards have made the best showing of any administrations in the history of the order in Ken tucky Those who will go from here to St Louis are Thomas Keenan John Hennessey George Butler and Joe Mc Ginn from the State and Patrick Sulli van from Jefferson county County Secretary Pat Welsh asked for an expression of opinion as to holding an Irish field day After some discussion it was voted to have an Irish celebration this year and upon motion Messrs Joe Dougherty Thomas Lynch Joe Cooney Joe Lynch and the County President were made the Executive Committee with full power to act These gentlemen have since met and secured Phoenix Hill Park fpr Monday June 20 when the four divisions will have a monster outing President Mike Tynan anti Secretary Peter Cusick made strong pleas for the adoption of uniform initiation fees but no definite action was taken This question will be left to the special com mittee named above Before adjournment a rising vote of thanks was given all who assisted at the MacCarthy concert especial mention being made of Mrs Daniel Dougherty Miss Jodie McGlll James P Roche and D H Baldwin Co Secretary Welsh was instructed to write letters to all the above and the board then adjourned to meet again on May 13 when further action will be taken regarding the annual celebrationQuite number of Hiber lan have been beard to express themselves favor eelbradonpark could be secured in September v r r ys = F r ijH A1tIERIcAN KENTUCKY IRISH MERlGflN NH11111111NNNNNINMIN levered te the Moral sad Social Advancement ef all Irish Americana KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY sc EUitorcd at the Louisville Postofflce as SecondClass Matter 4ddecta all lcalloB itotfce KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Oreen Street IIOrMAY 71904 MONTH OF MARY This is the month of May set apart by the church for doing special honor to the Blessed Virgin In every Catholic church in Louis villeduring this month some special service will be held morning or evening It is the duty of Catho lics to attend these services This year the church will celebrate the promulgation of the doctrine of the Immaculate Conception and a good way to prepare for it is to attend the May devotions in your parish w church AUTOMOBILE DRIVING The General Council ought to pass the ordinance now pending to regulate the speed of automobiles within the city limits The drivers of some of these machines are liable at any minute to kill someone We do not know whether ia city ordinance would permanently correct the conduct of some of those who offend by reckless driving but if a few of them were fined it might have a wholesome effect for a while at least Some of the owners of automobiles seem to have no respect for human life judging from the reckless manner they go through the crowded streetsThe young men who run the newspaper automobiles from the offices on Third and on Green r streets will certainly kill or maim some one before long unless they are restrained Of course they are compelled to go fast sometimes to make the mail and express trains but they run as fast on the return trips as they do on going to catch a train They have no right to do so and their employers ought to call them down before they kill some one WHICH Y The County Mayo has sent to us two leaders who are both active iIn the patriot causeMajor McBride t of Boer war fame and Conor OKelly the intrepid Member of Parliament of North Mayo says the IrishAmerican Advocate of New York Major McBride who has just arrived in New York tells us that the people of Irelaqd wanta republic and that home rule iis not enough Every IrishAmerican agrees with Mr McBride but they f agree also that those who can not have what they like must learn tto like what they have Conot OKelly believes no less than McBride in a free Ireland and in an Irish republic but he believes in doing something for the people t while awaiting that much desired consummationMcBride the time is not yet to strike for an Irish republic we must wait and watch ths progress of events Conor OKelly Is willing to jump into the breach and rescue the land from the robber ilandlords for the people who till it and get other valuable concessions that will prepare the people for a republic when the time is ripe Which of the two should we sup port the Micawber who is waiting for something to turn up or the man who will give present value for his time and services i EniQRATION DECREASING A Parliamentary return issued c shows that since 1851 and to 1903 pearly 4000000 Irish have emi grated the exact total being 3961 oii equivalent to 74 per cent of the average population of Ireland During the year 1903 40659 Irish men emigrated of which number the UnitedStatesreceived38SOInatlrinQn No a drain like this and wrvive The o organization of the AntiIrish Emi gration Society was timely Immi gration to the United States has steadily decreased since this society was formed Through the intelli gent efforts of the society at home and in this country Irish emigration will be reduced to a minimum within a few years King Alfonso of Spain who will this summer visit the principal courts of Europe including Paris Vienna and Berlin has agreed to the suggestion of the Vatican received through the Nuncio at Mad rid and has assured the Vatican that he will not include Rome in his itinerary The young King of Spain who is a Catholic sovereign will not insult the Pope by visiting the usurpers of the Popes temporal power UNITY COUNCIL While the political fight was being fought in New Albany last Tuesday members of Unity Council Y M I were balloting for new members and at the meeting at Unity Hall two applica tions were received four were Initiated and six elected to membership This iIs regarded by the friends of the council as- a good days work The membership contest was won by President Andrew Hinkebein who will receive the grand prize he having secured fourteen of the twentyeight new members Four were reported on the sick list Fcrd Weck man Frank Glass Peter Fetter and Louis Glass The report of the picnic committee was received and gave general satisfaction as fine progress has been made STRIKE ENDED Manager Mason and representatives of the Meat Cutters Union met Wednesday v and reached an agreement by which the strike of the employes of the Louisvllli Packing Company was declared off and the men have returned to work Con cessions were made on both sides and general satisfaction and good feeling pre vails over the terms This strike was the result of differences that arose under the administration of Superintendent Ward who some time ago left the city Manager Mason has never had trouble with the employes and it is largely through his efforts that the satisfactory agreement was reached The men were out three weeks DRAMA TOMORROW NIGHT St Josephs Dramatic Club an organization of well known young ladies and gentlemen of St Josephs parish will give a pleasing performance at St Joe ephs Hall tomorrow night The popular fouract drama tiThe False Friend will be presented with Mist Rose Rothertnel William Mayer Will Chester Albert and John Smith and Andrew Hofgesang in the principal roles The proceeds will be for the benefit of the church As an admission of only twentyfive cents will be charged the young people hope to be greeted by a big audience DEDICATION The Sisters of the Visitation will dedicate l the handsome new chapel just com pleied at their famed female college Car dome near Georgetown on Thursday morning May 19 The Right Rev Cam illus Maes Bishop of Covington will officiate and large numbers of friends of the great educational institution will attend The Kentucky Irish American acknowledges an invitation to the cere monies Cardome has many friends in the Louisville diocese which will be well represented MUSICALE The Sisters and pupils of the Academy of Our Lady of Mercy 1162 East Broad way have arranged an artistic and pleas ing programme for a musicale to be given next Tuesday afternoon at 2 oclock in the beautiful commencement hall of their new academy Both Sisters and pupils have worked hard for the success of this musicale and cordially invite all their friends to be present NEW INSURANCE MAN Edward T Tierney until recently a member of the Board of Public Safety has associated himself with George Bark ley and will hereafter be engaged in the insurance business for which he iis ape dally qualified For twentyfour years Mr Tieraey held office Irfthe City Hall and his record there is one of which his host of friends feel proud There is no doubt but that he will be successful AGED MOTHER DEAD Mrs Allen Alice Mulligan widow of Dennis Mulligan one of the oldest aad moat highly esteemed women in Ken tucky died Tuesday evetttagl at 1fer home in Lexington aged eightyeight years Mrs Mulligan wu the mother of Judge James Mulligan late Comal to 1 00 Samoa who is her only child Her funeral wag one of the largest seen toi Lexington for years SOCIETY Miss Victorine McCarthy has returned from New Orleans Miss Mary Conley has gone to New York for a visit of several weeks Mrs John Shea will leave soon to visit her sister who lives in Denver Col Mr and Mrs John E Roche enter tained their card club Friday evening Miss Edith Malone who is attending schoo in New York will return home iIn June Marshall Styles who was the guest of Thomas Keyer returned Sunday night to Memphis Tenn Mrs George Grady who visited friends here for a few days this week has returned to Owensboro Tom Riley andJohn Heeb were among those from this city who spent last week doing West Baden James J Curran returned this week from a season of rest and recreation spent at West Baden Springs Miss Iizzie Palmer of Stithton has been the guest of Mrs Gilligan Third avenue during the past week Mrs John Burke whovas the guest of Mrs Irving Earl in Portland has returned to her home in Lexington Mrs Charles P OBrien of Henderson arrived here Tuesday on a visit to Mrs Thomas Fowlkes in the Highla nds Walter Leachman and wife of Spring field were here this week visiting the parents of the latter Mr and Mrs J K Leahy Miss Katherine OBrien who has been visiting Miss Margaret Fink in the coun try left Wednesday for her home at Grand Rapids Mich Editor John J Barry of the New Haven Echo waa here this week He looks as well as his paper which shows improvement with every issue W OConnor a prominent wholesale grocer of Indianapolis was here this week and was the guest of Louisville friends at the races on Monday Miss Lula May Callahan who has been ill of typhoid fever at her home 1423 Second street is reported out of danger to the delight of her many friends James T Shelley President of Mackin Council has been recuperating this week at West Baden Springs His friends lope he will return restored to perfect health Thomas Shelley the popular Assistant City Tax Receiver returned home for the Derby after spending a pleasant vacation at West Baden Springs the American Carlsbad John Dillon Assistant Secretary of the Latonia Jockey Club came down to seethe Derby run Monday and while in the city was royally entertained by both local turf and business friends Mr and Mrs Martin Carroll and children left Tuesday for a two weeks trip to Los Angeles Mr and Mrs John McAullffe of South Louisville will also spend several weeks in California The engagement of George Shrader Jr and Miss Josephine Sweeney well known young people of New Albany has just been announced They will be married during the month of September Frank Kipper and Miss Mollie McDer mott well known young people of Jeffer sonville were united in marriage Mon day the ceremony being witnessed by a large number of friends and relatives Mr Edward Bosler the Marketstreet leather dealer leaves tomorrow night on a Southern and Western business trip He will visit Memphis Cairo Paducah and other large towns before his return Val Dahlems host of friends will be rejoiced to learn that his condition is steadily improving For come time past he has been very ill at his home Nine teenth and Main streets There are fair hopes for his being out soon William Kelly and bride who returned Tuesday from their bridal trip through Virginia North Carolina and Tennessee were given a handsome reception Wednesday evening at their home East Fifth and Spring streets New Albany Miss Julia Malone entertained at din ner Sunday evening at her home in the Highlands in honor of Mrs OMalley of Chicago who was in the city for the races Her other guests were Miss Flor ence Fee and Mesars Edward Knebel kamp and Thomas Canary Miss Annie Gertlson a pretty visitor from Owensboro has been spending the week here as the guest of Miss Myra McAtee 1014 Sixth street Miss McAtee gave a tallyho party to the races in honor of her guest who has been quite extensively entertained since her arrival Councilman Domeck returned from Florida the first part of the week accompanied by his wife and daughter Miss Lillian The ladies have been spending several months in the South and their friends are rejoiced that both arrived home restored to almost perfect health Mrs Ellen Riley of Owensboro ar rived in the city Monday and has been visiting her niece Mr William T Mc Uee wife of the well known Louisville t Nashville railroad coadactor 1014 SIxth street Mrs Riley hoe been the- reclpientof suck social attention during the week MiMM 1gnsad ova hardy write iUr q c iii eating letters from St Louis wbere they are the guests of their cousin Mrs Ellen Ryan They attended the opening of the Worlds Fair and pronounce it the moat wonderful the world has ever seen The Irish exhibit and village surpassed their moat sangajne expectations They will return the lastof this month Miss Mary Buscnermohle the pretty and accomplished daughter of Joseph Buschermohle and Joseph Villier were married Saturday afternoon at St Mar tins church in the presence of a large gathering of friends After the ceremony they left for a two weeks stay at St Louis and upon their return they will occupy their handsome new home in the Highlands With their legion of friends we tender our congratulations Mrs William T Meehanleft Saturday for Paris Mo where her husband has engaged in business She spent the past week with relatives in Hannibal The many friends In this city of Mr and Mrs Meehan exceedingly regret their departure as both were recognized leaders iin Catholic and Irish social and musical circles They were ever ready to lend their time to church and society work and it will be difficult to supply their places Good wishes from all parts of Kentucky follow them to their Missouri home The marriage of Miss Lillian Acker man and John B Ratterman was quietly solemnized Wednesday morning al St Anthonys church Rev Father Le Greulich was thetcelebrant of the mass and performed the ceremony uniting the two popular young people This wed ding was to have taken place the preced ing week and would have been a big social event but was postponed ot account of the death of a relative of the bride They have the wishes of a host of friends for a life of unalloyed bliss and happiness A pretty May wedding was witnessed by a large number1 of friends and relatives at St Marys church early Tuesday morn ing when Miss lMary Henken and John F Hoffman were united in the holy bonds of wedlock with nuptial mass by the Rev Father Westerman After an elegant wedding breakfast the worthy couple left for St Louis where theyare spending their honeymoon The groom is the successful young grocer at Eleventh and Walnut streets and the bride is ia young woman of charming manner and ia favorite among her wide circle of friends In the presence of large numbers of friends and relatives Miss Bertha OHara one of New Albanys fairest and most popular young women and Andrew Noon a well known and respected citizen of Elwood Ind were united in the holy bonds of wedlock last Tuesday morn ing The ceremony was performed at Holy Trinity church by the Rev John B Kelly who was also celebrant of the nuptial mass After the wedding brenk fast the bride and groom left on their honeymoon trip They have the best wishes of a host of friends for a long and happy married lif- eHINTSN STYLI The skirt Is the most puzzling feature of the skirt and coat costume and opin ions differ radically in regard to its detailsThe new soft silks are extensively used for coat and skirt frocks but are more practicable for the bhlrt waist frocks and for dressier types of costume Crepe is one of the materials newly pressed into service for coat and skirt costumes and its wonderful softness fits it for the loose and flowing lines that are In vogue while it has body enough to wear fairly well The short skirt is unmistakably mak ing great headway in favor and is not only seen upon the trim morning tailor frock but often is worn for the promenade and is even being adapted to the sheer flounced summer frocks The bolero is triumphant on this side of the water although rumor comes from Paris to the effect that the tight fitting coats with skirts rounded toward the back are worn The bolero however appears in so many forms that it offers an infinite variety The fad for soft materials has Invaded even the tailors domain and the softer stuffs are preferred totbe serviceable hard twill serges whipcords and other mannish materials Cheviots are still liked because Of their soft texture but the canvas and voile materials are decid edly in the lead Soutache is ubiquitous upon the spring models and is used in every con ceivable way It is combined with everything from the coarsest homespun to the finest silk and sheerest chiffon Usually it is in plain color but a fine black and white soutache is liked and a thread of gold is introduced Into braids of almost every color A very plain man In Glasgow has a very pretty daughter One day she was sitting on his knee right before a look- Ing glass She contemplated the reflec tion of their two faces and then asked Papa did God make me Yes dear he replied And did He make you Yes Looking again in the mirror she drew a long breath and rejoined He must be turning out better work lately isnt He If a certain prominent physician eyer Writes his autobiography the following incident will undoubtedly be omitted Not long ago the physician in question was called to a boardinghouse to attend a man very ill with pneumonia The man died The keeper of the boardinghouse a woman was very much dis tressed the man having been the first boarder to die under her roof Its so unfortunate that he should have died said she with selfInterested sympathy I do hate to have a funeral keleflItwont be neceMary wild the doctor con sollDgly The funeral can be at the undertakers ant I dont even know as nidertakeraeidUfe unnerved woman I do said the doctor Jut rotmd the oor rU a goodeae te whom IHndallBlY private7 rl- o HAVE YOU A FRIEND Whom You Wish to Sendto the St Louis Worlds Fair I F So Got lifts Namo in the Popu larity Contest and Vote For Him Miss Ella OConnollg supporters Put Her in Second Plate SOME SURPRISES MAY BE LOOKED FOR The great Louisiana Purchase Exposi tion at St Louis is now open to the public but as heretofore stated all of the exhibits will not be in place before July just at the time of the closing of the Kentucky Irish Americans great popu MISS MAMIE RILEY Daughter of Corporal John J Riley larity contest The Fair was opened under most auspicious circumstances last Saturday wheu the President of the United States at Washington City touched the button which set the ma chinery going in the Worlds Fairgrounds Many speeches were made among others one by Secretary of War Taft who represented the President Former United States Senator Thomas F Carter an Irishman who is President of the United States Commission for the Fair said in part in a notable speech on this occasion- In stately architectural display and in exhibits of their achievements in science art and industry the society of nations assembled here in generous com petition call for our acclamations of approval and we greet them as our visiting neighbors and friends Our home folk of the States Territories and District of the Union have combined to honor this occasion on a scale of unexpected gener osity This unrivalled representation of peoples and Governments from abroad and the large home participation plac upon the Exposition management a weight of responsibility which like the Exposition itself is unprecedented With justice courtesy fair play and hospital ity as watchwords from the gatekeepe up to the President of the company all will be well The Kentucky Irish American hope that all of its readers may be able to see this grand Exposition It has provided arrangements for at least four persons ti attend the Fair which is something m other newspaper in the State has done up to this time The scheme is Free transportation to the Worlds Fair and return and seven days at the Lindel Hotel to the gentleman and wife single lady and single gentleman receiving the highest number of votes in this contest Every person who pays a years subscription may cast fifty votes for any candi date and also cut out and vote the coupon that will appear every week until the close From the start this popularity contest has attracted widespread interest but during the past two weeks especially 1it seems that all or nearly nil of our readers and the hundreds of friends of the candidates have taken more interest than ever judging by the number of papers called for from which to cUp coupons and the large number of renew als of subscription and new subscribers who have requested our business man ager to credit votes to their favorites Miss Mary Holey has received a large number of votes during the week and Iis rapidly going to the front but the other four lady candidates have also received many votes Some of them may hav- votes which are not yet recorded Michael Reichert may not live in the heart of the city but he has many friends in the centra part as well as in South Louisville his home place It looks like the friends of Mr and Mrs Reichert are determined to send them to the Fair but the friends of the other married couples in the list are also active Lieut Thomas Fitzglbbons of the police department still leads among the single gentlemen If Tom wins this prize he may commit matrimony and several young ladies are said to be hustling for votes for him Policemen ought not to be given the earth say the friends of some of the other candidate and Frank McDonogb Tom Camfield Ed Dalton Charles Raidy and others in the single list seem to be gaining ground The struggle between the single gentlemen or rather their friends promises to be the hottest of the three contests It costs but little to help your favorite out in these contests No one will aise the money paid for a years subscription to a good Catholic family newspapers By subscribing or renewing your snbsoripdcm and paying in advance for a year or two you accomplish adottblep eYOi1please jyonr friends and at Uw BMK tiwc U 0 J f OSULLIVANWELCOME Macauley Theatre Thursday May 19 Assisted by Mr and Mrs Webb Karl Schmit and Chas Letzler 7VtAC ULEVS MAY 12 AND 13 VIOLA ALLENI- N SHAKESPEARES TWELFTH NIGHT BUCKINGHAr I WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY MAY iS UitlBMi Sunday Monday Wednesday Batardi WE ARE COMING The World Beaters DIG SPECTACULAR BURLESQUEI sceneryThe C B THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefferson SI Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaran- teedQUICK MEALG- AS RANGES Lead in quality style reputation and merit Universally acknowledged to be STANDARD OF EXCE- LLENCEGEHERSO 217 Market St near Sec- ondLDBAX FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS phone 2330 700 E Chestnut Street HEREMANN BEOS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORSI Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street you help a good cause along One of out subscribers says he will send in ia fiveyears subscription In advance before the contest closes to help out one of the sing elyoung ladles Thats the way to do things Time flies and the Fourth of July will be here before we realize it The friends of the contestants shouldI bestir themselves in the meantime The contestants this week stand in the following order MARRIED COUPLE John H Hennessey and wife 349 Dan McKenna and wife 3126 Michael Reichert and wife 1951 John J Sullivan and wife 16 Thomas Dolan and wife Thomas D Claire and wife 1150 John Meagher and wife1000-N G ORourke and wife 1000 Harry Brady and wife 1000 John J McGurk and wife 90C Dave Burke and wife 901 Joseph P McGinn and wife 851 Pat F McCarthy and wifev 650 SINGLE LADY Mamie Riley 264 Ella OConnell 1921 Mary Foley 18X Margaret Norton 1191 Alice Walsh v 900 Catherine COuBdeanI j 700 Julia Kelly 660 Mary Cavanaugh 650 Margaret Tobin 600 3f50 Mame Keenan 360 SINGLE GENTLEMAN Lieut Tom Fitzgibbon 605 Frank McDonogh 4128 Charles Raldy 1627 John Cavanaugh d lWX Tom Camfield ii 1350 Routs Dngan 1200 John Crotty 1160 1150eTom Furlong 800 Will McNally 76C Ed Toomey 650 George Percy Wells 549 The Fair will have special interest for Catholics and for IrishAmericans The exhibits from Ireland will be well worth traveling thousands of miles to see and the Catholic exhibits will be an educa tion in themselves The Vatican exhibits chosen by Father Ehrle the Vatican librarian contain twentyfour large mosaics manufactured in the Studio del Mosaico in St Peters which may be sold a collection of photographs showing views of the Vatican some of the most precious volumes from the Codex Library including those con cerning America in the thirteenth cen tury and Greenland in the fifteenth century and relating to the division of America between Spain and Portugal by Alexander VI a death mask and model of the baud of Pope Leo taken according to tradition the day after his death selected papers from the Papal letter books dating from the twelfth to the fifteenth centuries and containing the woet important documents written by each POM and several editions of the pe ns of the late Pope Leo Katie A SmithfOrmerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reas promptlyBOTH PHONOS 1677 OFFICE 652 FIFTH STREET AVENUE THEATER Locks Out Its Louisville Union Musicians and Substitutes an Imported Scab Band All friends of and sympathizers with Unions are respectfully requested to wllhhold their patronage from this theater until further notice from the American Federation of Musicians LOCAL No 111eTHE NEW POLICY ISSUED BY The Prudentialis a plain and simple promise to pay containing no contusing technicalites Ages 16 to 66 Amounts 500 to 100000 Full particulars and sample policy at your age gladly furnished free on request to CLARENCE H lOOK t9poolenl AgCrLt ROOM 201 NORTON BUILDING DOTH PHONES 3459 ACBURGEGROCERIES AND- VEGETABLES UNION BARWines Liquors Cigars and To bacco Fine Bottled Goods a specialty Give me a call ti OS Bank St GO TO Pioneer Bottling House FOR nSTRAIGHT WHISKIES- BIG re JUG AT DOOR J 1r DANT913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Statloa BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago AND AM POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN Cleveland Buffalo 00Now York Boston AND ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished on application at City Ticket Office Big Poor Route 659 Fourth Ave or write to S J Gates Genl Agent Passenger Agt Louisville K- yIllinois 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 sonally conducted Excursion Sleepers Louisville to California New Mexico Arizona and Texas For Information as to tickets rates connections etc call on or address W J McBride C P A Fourth and Market or F W Harlow D P A Louisville Worlds Fair Short Lint southern RailwayU FORTYTHREE MILES THE SHORTEST FASTEST AND BEST TO THE WO LtdsS fgILOOK AT THE SCHEDULE Leave Louisville 830 a m arrive 038 p m daily Solid through train from Louisville with observation parlor and dining car- Leave Louisville 1016 p m daily ar rive St Louis 732 a m Solid through train from Louisville with sixteen section Pullman sleeper All trains make close connection iu Union Station at St LouLi with Wabash suburban service direct to the Worlds Fair Grounds LOW EXCURSION RATES WILL BE AN NOUNCED SOON P E Carr City Pass and Ticket Agent l 234 Fourth Ave Louisville A J Crone Depot Ticket Agent Seventh and Water Louisvllle C H Hungerford District Passenger Agent 234 fourth Ave Louisville VG B Allen Assistant Gea sal ellgerAgeat St Louie n 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BARS AND Renowned for PURITY STRENGTH and EXCELLENT FLAVOR Gruber and Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASI FOR Otto Brewerys Cream Beer DIERSEN BROS Proprietors ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADET- elephone 1137 JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN E FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGEL- ouis Wabnitz Co Proprietors sTOtlidellaI Spring styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas Low RATE3 TO CALIFORNIA AND RETURN VIA THE Bio Four Route General conference pal church Los Angeles commencing May j- INational Association of Retail Grocers May3to8Tickets to San Francisco and Ios Angeles Cal and return will be on sale onMaypassengers at Chicago Peolla St Louis or Cairo on same date from all points on the Big Four Cincinnati Northern and D UR R at very low rates Final return limit June 30 1004 Liberal stopover privileges The West ern Christian Advocates special train for Los Angeles for the accommodation of delegates and others who wish to visit the Pacific Coast ledges via the Big Four full parulimits call oa agent Big Four or ad df M the undersigned Wren J I YBch Cfefcl Pass Ticket Amt Cincinnati Ohio or S J Gate AjMt LwifaVilU Xy 5 ry SJ jjYj iC0 US- Q MAYERENGRAVING COMPANY emoiNAt DESIGNS ILLUSTBAnOffSENGBAVINGS nwifre by au ElTECTBgrYEESCorntrSrttMiJn CorntrSrttMiJnLOaiSYLLEWC r WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morniHg from 930 to 11K oclock 44g vsr titxxcxtet mrx r 0- I li 0 Y NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB I Spring BLUEGRASS STAKES NEXT MONDAY MAY 9e i Louisville Steeplechase May 10 Bashford Manor Stakes May12 Frank Fehr Stakes and Gentlemens Cup Race May 14 SIX HIGHCLASS ROES FOR EVERY DAY Excursion Rates On All Railroads and Steamboats tWritten for the Kentucky Iriib American DOLAN SEES THE DERBY A lady fair was watching as the first milepost was passed Her courage failed her hopes ran low her Elwood running last But Jockey Pryor his heart on fire just then released his hold Ill keep my vow and win it now the rest have shot their bolt This little mite had placed him right a length behind the rest Yelled Come my boy lets bring her joy now try your level best Shes watching waving clapping hands her pretty face I see Shes calling hear her Elwood shes calling you and me Elwood see the ribbon its but the merest speck Come now my boy lets win it and place it round her neck The judges watched the duel Ed Tier neys falling strength One jump more its overElwood half a length Friends gathered round her carriage and yelled till they were hoarse As the horse she pinned her faith to came tearing down the course And when they told her she had won her heart it filled with pride She clapped her hands kissed her spouse and thensat down and cried APROPOS OP TEBEAU The act of ruffianism displayed by our popular 1 ball manager George Tebeau last Wednesday afternoon when he threw Umpire Bausewines clothes out of the club house and hurled vile language at that official because of his refusal to be intimidated by Tebeau on the ball field is but on a par with the niggardly and bulldozing tactics Tebeau has used in his treatment of the players of the Louisville team His coercion of the players in forcing them to sign contracts at his cheap figures is proven in the poor show ing of his Association holdings the Louisville and Kansas City teams re spectively now at the bottom of the ladder in the pennant race Tebeau has shown utter contempt for the public who are paying firstclass prices to see a third rate article of ball and it remains to be seen how long the Ilovers of the game will continue their support of this base ball pirate whose only claim here seems to be perfect control of the daily sporting writers who so far have been afraid to criticise his stingy and ruffianly tactics MACAULEYS Viola Allens supporting company which will present Twelfth Night Shakespeares greatest comedy at Ma cauleys Theater on May 13 is an excel lent one Her present tour has met with a succession of crowded houses every where Three performances will be given here closing one of the most suc cessful seasons in the history of Louis vlllea best theater BUCKINGHAM The World Beaters at the Buckingham Theater next week will bring several new and novelty specialty features among them being Bohannon and Corey They offer something new in their illustrated songs introducing illuminated grottos effected with some quick changes The three Kudos and Dorsch and Russell are also worthy of especial recognition MASONIC THEATER The Masonic Theater will conclude its present successful season next week when Kate Claxton will appear in a great presentation ofliThe Two Orphans the play in which she became famous As this tour is her farewell to the stage her old admirers and those who have never seen her will doubtless throng the pretty theater at every performance AS TO WORRY Somebody in defining the troublesome thing recently said that worry meant fear that if we knew our duty and un dertook to do it confidently there would be no cause for worry That sounds beautiful and fearless and altogether easyis theorybut we all know how theories come to smash in real life Many people recognize their duty and go at it not only confidently but cheerfully friendship with the presentand not afraid of the future but a thousand things more or less may and generally do happen to lessen ones exuberance courage making the horizon less bright and giving cause for that worry which is the abhorred of the theorists It takes courage to try and fail and get up again It takes courage to meet with losses and be grateful for whats teCtoIt takes courage to grasp lifes problems firmly though the thorns must bruise our flesh knowing that by no other means can we conquer And it also takes courage of a stronger and more sublime kind to take hold of our worries when they do come as come they must and carry them to the only one who can help usor give us strength to go on again despite the bur den Faith is the food for our souls faith in the wisdom of God in the justice of God in the omnipotence of God who bing the whole may judge the whole sad pilot tlewhole and lift from all of juUfvllJtCHit t n 3 ptyoepix Jlill parl Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts RIVERVIEW PARK Louisvilles Most Popular Summer Resort NOW OPEN FOR SEASON Music and dancing every afternoon and evening except Sundays Plenty of amusements for children women and children can always visit Riverview Park unaccompanied and are assured polite and courteous treatme- ntSPECIAL CONCERTSE- very Sunday afternoon ahd evening Meals and refreshments can be procured at reasonable prices at all hours HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 4 meets in regular session Wednesday night Division 5 of Providence will hereafter charge an initiation fee of 3 the charter list having closed Vice President Cooney presided with ability Monday night during the absence of President QuInn i Division 3 initiated Henry Bancroft last Monday night and received the application of James Langan Nine divisions and three military companies of Providence are arranging for a union excursion and field day Members of Division 4 of Minneapolis received holy communion in a body last Sunday at the Ascension church John Reilly will receive his Worlds Fair trip at the next meeting of Division 3 Another contest has been started- A new and enthusiastic division has been organized at Ceylon St Croix county by the Minnesota State officers Remember the initiation and social session of Division 1 next Tuesday night All Hibernians are extended a cordial invitationMichael Hehir of Division 3 who has been seriously ill was reported well Monday night There are none on the sick list now There are thirty candidates for dele gate from Boston to the national con vention The election takes place on Sunday May 29 The two Duluth auxiliaries entertained their State President Mrs Mary Daley with jolly social sessions last week which were largely attended There are about 600 members of the order in the small town of New Britain Conn and an effort is being made to increase the number to 1000 Division 4 of St Paul held an open meeting last week which the Irish Standard says was the largest gathering of Hibernians and their friends ever seen in that city- Secretary Pat Welsh won so much money on the Derby Monday that he did not arrive in time to attend the meeting of Division 3 His place was acceptably filled by Lawrence Mackey All member of the order in Providence will approach holy communion in a body at Holy Name church on May 16 Rev James Walsh will be the celebrant of the mass and the parade from Liberty Hall will be an imposing one GROUND BROKEN Mackin Council awarded contracts for its new building Tuesday night and ground has been broken for the con tractors One application was received and a free trip to the Worlds Fair was offered to the member securing the largest number of initiations Before July 1 Hon A J Bizot and Dr Michael Casper were invited to speak for Mackin at the coming jjoint meeting GRAND EUCHRE Unusual interest is being taken in the grand euchre to be given Friday evening May 20 under the auspices of the Emergency Club at Twenty sixth and St Cecilia streets This club is composed of well known residents of the West End who have perfected arrangements for the entertainment of all the pityen who will come Handsome prizes wwarded nitmadCa11 U Meeting A FATHERS ADVICE Keep the Commandments and fear boys boysLetAnd though rough be the tide Directly to heaven youll steer boys Shun every dangerous way boys And all that would lead you astray boys If ever you go With the wicked we know Youll curse and remember the day boys Learn from youth to be wise boys Wisdom like Solomon prize boys Tis better than gold As the Scriptures have told For wisdom has come from the skies boys Never be haughty or vain boys Be strangers to pride and disdain boys The loftiest mind May be humble and kind And in goodness its happiness gain boys In daily discourse do not swear boys To wound by sharp sayings forbear boys Be gentle to all The great and the small And neer to offend take care boys Advance in perfection each day boys For grace and assistance still pray boys Tis a symptom of pride In yourself to confide And from justice twill lead you astray boys Love labor and Idleness fly boys Let YOur motives be noble and high boys No preference show For aught that is low And that leads not to bliss in the skies boys Be true to your country and creed boys And aid and defend them In need boys Do good when you can To woman and man And your works in your favor shall plead boys And when your sojourning shall end boys You will to the angels ascend boys And be filled with delight In the blissgiving sight Of your Father Creator and Friend boys Rev J Casey SERENADED Mr and Mrs John Green were sere naded this week at their home on Seventh street by a large number of friends in honor of their marriage which was first announced in these columns They came on hay wagons and after several numbers by the orchestra all were invited into the house where vocal and musical solos were rendered by Miss Katie Smith Mrs Cunningham Miss Lillian Fitzgerald and Messrs John Sam and Will Green After a happy presen tation speech by Mr B Norton an ele gant supper was served and the festivities lasted till a late hour- OBLIOATED The members of Holy Trinity Total Abstinence Society presented an impos ing sight last Sunday afternoon They thronged the school hall and were reob ligated by their venerable founder the Rev John B Kelly pastor of Holy Trin ity church New Albany who was assisted by Rev Edward Kenney Holy Trinity is the largest temperance society in Indiana IDLE WOMEN The position of a rich and idle woman bedded in a luxuriant home with all the arts and crafts ministering to her personal gratification end the extension of her vanity from body to dress from dress to home and furniture with all the endless fripperies of display is one of painful abnormality A woman working all the time in her home is primitive but genu ine She represents an early period of development it is true but one of use and beauty and righteousness in its time A woman who works neither in the house nor ont of it who greedily accepts all that human labor and human wisdom and human skill can do for her and who does nothing in return for any human creature this pitiable being can only be regarded as a morbid product of the home She does not make the home she has no vital use or place either in the home or in the world yet she is in her way an inevitable result of too much home just as a tolling narrowminded drudge is another GODS MASTERPIECES In some of the balls of Europe may be seen pictures not painted with the brush but mosaics which are made up of small pieces of tone glass or other material The artist takes these little pieces and polishing and arranging them he forms them into the grand and beautiful pic tore Each individual part of the picture may be a little worthless piece of glass or marble or shell but with each in its place the whole constitutes the master piece of art So I think it will be with humanity in the hands of the great art ist God Is picking up little worthless betroddenmaking of them his great masterpieces The Kentucky Irish American Iis pre pared to do job printing of all klade at noble prices 0- k fRitNK FEHR BREWING 60INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers ILOVI9VITTF RV PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barleyiand hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery untilAI properly aged TELEPHONE 1r3r3D Louisville BranchFourteenth and 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KYusmesso11ege I WA VVV- y 1 Sd6K6tt Plaster Boardr I IWITHI Sackett Plaster hoard is light economical end durable Will ALLIII II buckle or shrink Is a fire retardent recognized by fire KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER B J CAMPBELL SONS Proprietors cOJI Manufactures Diamond Wall Plaster Campbells Cement Plaster Fiber Plaster Campbells Wainscoting Finish In any color and LIme1m Both Phones 3361 BrOOk Dud River LOUiSVllle KYI illi ilfiim jt t tat t t t t t t t 1- ETi t t HICKEY7 SAMPLE ROOM Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool n M J HICKEY Proprietor iI Uem Teleeksne 384 248 W Jfteron 8t M tHIMto tM Mt +M+ HM 41 1 + tH 4t + t t t I tIt t + j tI litncr u te r I J BACON SONS ISIIIRT WAISTS iThis is what fashion foretells for the approaching season Atthesei rate ladies who wish to make themselves more comfortable on warmer days their first thought is to exchange their winter ga for something a little breezier We have all weights in rmeptsi istyle or quality that will be displayed at inducingly low prices Ladies Fine White India Linon 1012 48For has a beautiful front of Mexi drawn work hemstitching and new sleeves and embroidered stock regular 325 valuesWhite Jap Silk Waists for Ladles made of a fair quality and one that will give a limited satisfac 8nicely1I price special price for Ladies White S2 98Our Linon Waists made Ineffective styles drop shoulder effects trimmed with medallions and val lace inserting open back fancy trimmed sleeves and cuffs I An assortment that is complete of White French Lawn Waists for Ladies made with full tucks and hem 4sale1 igrades at the special price 00001at nO IOnO+ IRISH LADIES DANCE Will Bo Given at Wolssen- gorGauIbert Building June 9 The Ladles Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians are much interests in their euchre and dance to be given iin the WeissingerGaulbert building Thin and Broadway on Thursday night June 9 They expect this to be the society event of the season and at their meeting Thursday night called upcn all the divas ions to assist them in making it a social and financial success and will leav nothing undone that would add eclat to occasionMiss Cavanaugh presided ove the short business meeting that precedes the social session that seemed an age to the large number ofgentlemen who were waiting to be welcomed by Miss Jennie McEvoy who occupied the chair during the social session Within a few minute after the doors were opened the gentle men visitors filled the hall being escortei by Misses Rose Sweeney and Katie Davern to seats arranged for them amonj the ladies This was the big hit of the evening as a few of the men displayed surprising bashfulness A pleasing programme had been arranged the first number being a recita dun by little Miss Edith Margare Mackey who was presented with a hand some doll for her effort Miss Eugene Cunningham sang sweetly and responded with an artistically rendered piano solo Miss Mary Corcoran sang an Irish ballad that was well received and Miss Cath erine Callahan recited The Bachelor Auction in a manner that caused hearty laughter and won longcontinue applause For the men present Tom Camfielc sang in a manner that surprised all present and he wilt be a regular number al all the socials hereafter given by the ladles Short but appropriate talks were made by Messrs Joe Cooney Lawrence Mackey Tom Dolan Thomas Keenan and John J Barry bringing the meeting to a happy close Before adjourning Misses Mamie Riley and Cordelia Glace and Mrs M J Hickey were elected members of the auxiliary Upon motion it was decided to hold a called meeting- on Sunday May 15 which all members are earnestly requested to attend DIRECT INTEREST Shown by Plux X In Condl tlon of Working Classes Pius X has shown a direct interest in the condition of the working classes by Instructing Cardinal Del Val the Secretary of State to send a letter to Mol Schurrer President of the International Society for the Legal Protection of Work Ingmen and Counselor of State in Switz erland The letter states the hearty sympathy of the Pope with the movement Initiated by the society and offers support In whatever the society may undertake looking to the protection of the workers from those who would impose upon them sod curtail their rights OPENS TIER OWN OFFICE Miss Katie Agnes Smith the well known lady embalmer formerly of the irm of Gran W Smiths Sons has opened LII office at 652 Fifth street where she will receive orders for her services from all the undertakers of the city or relatives of those needing her services Miss Smith has had experience and will give special attention to preparing women and children for burial She will also have an elegant line of shrouds made to irder at reasonable prices Calls will be answered promptly both day and night CELEBRATION Dennis Clune an aged and respected esldent Cf Jcffersonville will today celebrate the eighty first anniversary of his birth Mr Clime is a native of Ireland but has lived In Jeffersonville for tthe ant fiftyfive years Notwithstanding his advanced age he Ii hate and hearty aad more active than most men who ire way years younger His friends will- nake the day ai pleasant one for him fp Ladies Imported White Jap Silk 2 98 Waist can be secured at this small P price Made very stylishly trimmed with sideplaits hemstitching and fine tncks A more effective waist was never shown White India Linou Waists for Ladies beautifully trimmed with embroidery and drawn work new sleeves with tucked cuffs fancy stock f Q Creallprice Cf C extra Special price for Ladies TS I 98Our made of PointVenice Lace H over silk The designations of style and lace are elaborate The beauty cant be forcibly enough transcribed so inspection is necessary to fully appreciate their elegance Waists for Ladies made of fine white French batiste 8ery1 cape effects Our special price D ee et0 o IRISH SOCIETYDIRECTOR A O III- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentMike Tynan Vice PresidentJoseph W Doughert Recording SecretaryThomas Kee uan Jr- Financial Secretary Peter J Cusicl 1911 Bank etree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Evening of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording SecretaryEdward J Ki ran Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaue 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month President Thomas Quinn Vice PresidentJoseph Cooney Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial Secretary William Burn 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantntArms Pat Begley PIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice PresidentThomas Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial Joe P McGiu 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerJohn P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEPFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentJohn Kenney County Vice President J B Murphy PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording SecretaryJ G Cole Financial SecretaryThos OHern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentlnelAlpbonso Constantine SergeantatArmsMichael Noon Y iwr i MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentJames Shelley Second Vice President Fred Herp Recording SecretaryFrank Adams Financial SecretaryDan Weber 2548 St Cecilia street- Corresponding Secretary Frank P BurkeTreasurerFrank F Murphy MarshalGeorge F Simonis Inside SentinelFrank Lanahan Outside SentinelJohn Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street President Eugene J Cooney First Vice President J L Cunniffe Second Vice president Joseph F Bell Recording SecretaryEmil E Mouth Corresponding SecretaryArthur C Lauer Financial SecretaryRobert G Goe belTreasurerWIlliam N Gast MarshalM F Morris Inside Sentinel Jacob Pfalzer Outside Sentinel M F Ziegler READY FOR SEASON Manager Theodore Zabel announces hoenlx Hill Park ready for all who intend giving picnics concerts or outings luring the present season Pbccnix Hills high above the city and will be found a pleasant place to spend the warm nights hat are to come Already number of our leading societies have secured the park and those who wish desirable dates bond not delay in seeing the manager who will be found at the park every day Jr Zablel has made numerous improve cents and is careful that only the best lass of people are admitted This year churches Sundayschools and societies will find it more profitable to celebrate here than to take trips out of the city OFFICERS ELECTED At the last meeting of the St Cecilia Church Building Association the rooter of officers was completed by the election of Charles Raidy as Vice President and Dan Cunnjff aTreasurer The aaepcja tlon la grovLpr in membership and entbult will not be long until felt in all parts of St n cI FREE LANDS About 248000 Acres Open to Settlers In Minnesota- on June 15 The Secretary of the Interior has approved the instructions of the Commie stoner of the General Land Office providing for the opening of 248743 acres of land of the former Chippewa India reservations in Minnesota on June 15 next The opening is to actual settlers only under the provisions of the home stead law except the commutation pro vision thereof with the additional requirement of payment of 125 an acre iIn five equal installments Slightly more than 71000 acres are located jn the Cass Lake land district 128000 acres in the Cookston land district and more than 49000 acres in the Duluth land district The instructions provide that a prior tight to enter the lands will not be secured by settling on the lands before the date of opening KINDLY WORDS Spoken by King Edward to Irish Peopjeat Kll kenny When King Edward arrived in Kul kenny on April 30 thousands of people filled the city and the Corporation presented him with an address Reply- Ing to the address of the Corporation the King spoke of his gratification at the fact that his deep interest in the Irish people was recognized A closer acquaintanc with them he said deepened that In terest and increased his desire to promote their welfare Both the Queen and him self would rejoice to see Ireland take tha place in the industrial world which the intelligence and deftness of her people amply qualified her to fill If his visit to Ireland gave him better acquaintance with the needs of the people and con vinced them of his kindly feeling he would be amply repaid JOINT COMMITTEE MEETS The Joint Committee of the three Louisville councils of the Young Mens Institute held a very interesting meeting- at the Willard Hotel last Saturday night The committee was reorganized Clarence IL Zook being made Chairman and Joseph McGill Secretary It was de tided to increase the representation of each council to five members instead of three A joint meeting of Satolli Mackin and Trinity Councils was determined on for Monday night May 16 at Satoll Hall with Satolli Council officers In charge Each council will be represented by two speakers who will be announced later YOUNG LADIES DANCE The Young Ladies Auxiliary of Trinity Council will give their last dance of the season at Fountain Ferry Park next Tuesday night and have prepared to entertain their friends in a most enjoy able manner The following excellent committee has the affair in charge Misses Lula Schwaniger Josephine Hoertr Carrie Ubleu Annie Daley Mamie Schneider Josle Lawler and Rose Gathof As this is leap year there are many reasons why young men should attend this dance in large numbers CHORAL SOCIETY The members of the Hibernian Choral Society will meet Monday night for instruction and rehearsal at the resi dence of Mrs Annie N Cunningham Eighth and Zane streets Several new Irish melodies have been secured for the society and will be practiced for the first time The promoters of this musical society are elated over the interest taken and Invite all eligible to meet with them Monday nightC- ONFIRMATION Tomorrow at St Louis Berlranda church a class of seventy children will be confirmed The sacrament w1l be ad ministered by the Right Ret Bishop CcCloskey The Dominican parish fai eRe of the largeet in the cit and an mmewe doagragatioa will yZUewi the iprranlve Cuemoaiss ++ i + + +4+4 ++4+ I I + MMtMft DRESS SKIRTS- AMPLESONE OF THE GREATEST PICK UPS OF THE SEASON go 147 for Dress SkirtsHalf Price We bought a leading manufacturers entire line of samples at a price which enables us to sell you a skirt for little more than half price In the lot will be found this seasons latest make in the most popular fabrics in instep and dress lengths blackand all leading spring colors These skirts are worth from 500 to 700 We have lumped them and made one price for your pick of any in the lo- tTAKE YOUR PICK FOR ONLY 350- GATHOFSHEIGHTH AND MARKET 4 M f M M + MMMMM HHMM MHMHMM I MUM fie Mail p RooSfs ooTcol f PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES 9 FOR FIRST HOLY COMMUNION thef Sf A 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