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J o c r t 6 Q T j I 11j T jj I 1 f it i r r r I no1tIt 0 r ii r 0 TOLUA1E XINO 20 LOBlSVjLLIiE yA tU1 It MAY 14 1004 PRICE FIVE CENTS jV i t y PROF 6SUiUVAN11 I t o4o Tolls now lIo First BGearoo Interested In tlibDItiiilGi T Ct of Ireland TL t tE 19Iofins V roducc l crbatgr Compos r ors Than Enlga ut orJt Scotland 4 7 t j RelatesJ an Amusing Incident That Happenedi Near Dublin CONCERT IEXT THURSDAY BIGHT The concert of Patrick OSullivan at THacauleys Theater next Thursday night willattract the music lovers of the city and hundreds of the friends and former pupils of the distinguished young Louis yule composer Satolll Council Y M lK at the dinner given Mr OSulIivan Mon day night adjourned to meet at his concert and prospects are for a crowded h uscOne of the interesting features of the concert to musicians will be the Introduction of a new form of musical composition originated by Mr OSullivan This is the Irlandaise or In the spirit of Ireland written to characterize theIrlh temperament It consists of two con trasted passages one expressive of happy golucky freedom and cheerfulness while this Is succeeded by a passage of slower and more melancholy music to indicate the depression that frequently follows hard after happiness with the Celt Mrs Douglas Webb will sing the open Ing of Mr OSulllvans setting of Byrons Manfred and Mr Webb will give several songs woven around the story of the wandering German minstrel Singuf Karl Schmidt wilt play an Irish air with variations and Charles L tzler a violin sonata The composer will play several of his Irlandaise an Irish rustic dance and a number of miscellaneous piano pieces The Rev Father Walsh and a party will occupy one box while another hasbeen engaged by Miss Lula Matting and her arty Judge Matt ODobcrty has lSOIkendorr bo Mt xesaleoffl eseatsi l Profo bSuilivln was wellame vlsitor1 to theKentucky Irish American office thlrweelrr lrawar11niersrl follows How did you first become Interested in Irish music I had heard Irish music all my life and though I liked it I could not reconcile myself to its peculiarities until my musical training was well under way when I realized that what I regarded as ugly eccentricities were really interesting traits of character of the music for the most part badly harmonized The forced transition of key the consecutive fifths etc required explanation so I set myself to solve the problem and I think I have succeeded This was a few years before I went abroad and I determined that if the opportunity ever offered Itself I should visit the native soil and get at the root of it So accordingly when three years ago I went to Ireland I set to work with this end in view The ballad singers street singers and the peasant people aided me much in this undertaking I remember a venerable fiddler and his wife who played the Coolin and all the rest of the ti old airs while it rained and rained The picture is still before me of this old couple pouring their hearts grief hope despair though with an undying trust incomprehensible as it may seem In Londonderry I heard a ballad singe- whose voice filled the streets with an epic of past glorious deeds and the hero ism he put into words I am not afraid to die was inspiring indeed Perha in no place in the world is the door of the humble so open to the stranger as in Ir land except it be Kentucky They are wax to receive and if the stranger proves worthy marble to retain Otherwise the next rainand it comes full soon sweeps his memory into kindly oblivion without bitterness or resentment One 4mustbe circumspect in robbing them ofr their beautiful music I remember one incident which set me on my guard It was near Dublin that I found a man ofr musical propensities and proceeded im mediately to plunder him Things went well for some time when we began anI argument about the power of music to express other than joy and sorrow II argued quietly for some time that sphere of musical thought and theI has no limitations when to my he wanted to slug me The next moment he was gone carrying half his treasure of musical lore safely with him nor was I permitted to effect a reconcilia tion After that I argued less and pon dend more- S In what sense have you utilized thI music Principally in the handling of my Irlandalses a form of musical compost y tion for which I am responsible These contain my own inspirations expressed iin the Irish mode and tytbm I have com posh twelve of these three of which are published in this country Then last year I had produced an Irish fantasie for piano and orchestra This had success ie Berlin I consider it one of my hapI pIe efforts and if it mpkPatlle Irish music even dearer to the world than it ii- I shall feel fully repaid A great nian fatsiliarkits ire to be recognised in i 190 pages for stir very lonX How doss theIr1 h music differ from tbe Btttste of other nations D n 1- Il 0 eJttheJt its sklesiwlth passing clouds only to make the sunburst brighter What dance but has a dash of sadness in It What dirge but speaks hope If I were to clwractetjxe the Irish music I should say tt was intensely enjdilpnal11UQgll it standsperfectlythe test pf close inspec tlon by the musical scientists In solae respectsit reminds one oflhe old Grecian modes the minor sevenths so SuggestiVe of the aelolaa the augmented intervals as were sung nth Temple of Apollo Then the omitted fourth which js ap parent even in the welt known Last Rose of Summer Play this in C and observe how I Is skipped over each tfine it Is ap preached Whom do you consider therepresenU atlve Irish composer Since the time of Carolan Ireland has produced more and greater composers than England Scotland or Woles Who can hear the beautiful nocturnes of Field theywere Liszts favorites and he elabo rated many and not recognize the work of genius Chopin admittedly imitated his style Balfe Wallace and at present Stanford are names that are coupled with Schubert and Brahms Many Irishmen of culture have devoted their time to composition and in no quarter of the globe Is their influence not felt Even here in Louisville are some who cany the song pf Ireland on and mingle with it the free tolerant sentiment of Amer ica One I take1 the liberty of mention ing his name is my friend and former pupil in composition Father Patrick Walsh to whom I have dedicated my last mass Father Walsh is a close student end has just finished a sacred chorus which I consider a masterpiece of devo tional music Do you intend to revisit Ireland in the near futurr I certainly shall There is still much to plunder awaiting me but I shall not argue this time REFORM SCHOOLs What Is Being Done For Children Confined There Many people bnjeahvery errpnepHsj idea of the Schooll9f efrJstHttpdatjty the end of Second street Originally plannedJ as a home for incorrigible cBHdrfajthe idea has widened until the home partakes mbre of the nature of an orphan asylum nonsectarian ib char aster1TIte llld arevenbredlf2rII very happy ae ere rsfti drttlt ful men and women There are between fifty and sixty Catholic boys there and about half a dozen girls Through theI kindness of the Board of Directors and the Superintendent Mr Caldwell these are allowed the privileges of religious J training once a week The Rev Hugh J Brady for many years has ministered to J these children saying mass for them and Instructing the larger boys In their catechism In this latter work he is ablyI assisted by several lay people who spend every Sunday morning at the schoolI Two of these men Messrs John Doyle and Dillon Mapotber have missed scarcely a Sunday in eight years Mrjj Jerry Bacon until his recent departure from the city was a constant attendant Judge ODoherty is always there rain or shine as are also Mr Murphy and Mr Kelty There are two lady teachers for the girls and the interest taken in these exercises by the children every Sunday is wonderful Through the kindness and courtesy of the Assistant Superintendent Mr West endorf the children lately have been singing hymns during the mass and at Sundayschool Mr Westendorf himself weekrTo please the children Miss Elizabeth Bo Walsh one of the Sundayschool teachers arranged an entertainment for them thepschildren in the school were invited and themeMr J Weir Wandling recited forthem tome of his Uncle Remus and Brer Rabbit selections and the laughter he evoked was so genuine and spontaneous it did one good to hear it Mr Robert Burkholder played several beautiful selections on the violin and Miss Jose phine McGill rendered two piano solos The children sang several songs and an evening of hearty pleasure was enjoyed by all In giving their services freely as did Mr Wandling Mr Burkholder and Miss McGill they gave the children so much enjoyment they were amply repaid for their trouble A vote of thanks was given them by all present rMACKINS LIVELY MEETING Mackin Council had a rather lively ses lion Tuesday night and devoted much time to discussion of the action of partiesI connected with a magazine publication claiming to represent the Young MensI Institute which the Grand Council re fused to indorse when it met here last August Though no action was taken the end is not yet Owing to the illness ofr James Shelley the chair was occupied by Vice President Shaughnessy who dis plays fairness and good judgment as aI presiding officer The Ways and MeansI Committee of which Will Kerberg tis Chairman reported that comfortable quarters would be procured for the coun cil for the interim during which the build lug will be remodeled Charles Raids y made a very encouraging report regard everytr thing was proceeding Bieelyaad done pointed to the largest liRICvec givenbyMakiu CMtMil M9i 4- vt 3 1Roi BALLOT w c 1J jJbPlii ju i y 3- I Ito Lkn rS AIYAlL OT ILr jP xTii y c I VOTE Fillit ti tJ I DDRnS p ij- L r iSIGNnDo Saturday May 14 1904 OP IRELAND Shows Up Grand at the Louisiana Purchase Exposi- tioni Enthusiastic Letter From Correspondent Who Visited Irish Section Blarney Castle in Irish Village Can IJo Seen From Any Part of Grounds 1 J + J J HIGH CLASS IRISH MUSIC PLEASES r formerlyuEt+ Agent tof the Louisville Henderson ri fit Louls reload faith 4 5 iuq ters IInjJ SU JIouibI iiadegSfit May L writes it personal lletter tbthe rfifor of tfee ICex lucky Irlah Am ricaaiahoutthepm reld 6I M 8 1Wtwbich is so good and so enthusiastically written that it is published herewith He says The Worlds Fair is the greatest ever All who come to it will be indeed recompensed and further more power to- Re rdon that old Ireland shows up so grand The Irish village occupies a most prominent position at the eastern end of the pike and can be seen anywhere on the grounds The village includes a large hall for exhibition of Irish products and articles of Irish manufacture Blar ney Castle which is also used down stairs as the Irish theater and besides other numerous attractions a beautiful Irish chapel a hut modeled after the home of the grandfather of President McKinley and last but not least a modern highclass cafe at reasonable pricesLast Tuesday the State convention of the Knights of Columbus of Missouriwas held in St Louis The forenoon was devoted to the transaction of routine business at the Knights of Columbus Hall in the Commercial building The deiegates to the number of forty took lunch at the Planters and then in the afternoon visited the Fair grounds and sat down to a magnificent dinner at the Irish village at 7 oclock and then mqre power to them the Royal Irish Band Dublins Own sixty of them made the sweetest music ever heard Loud long and earnest was the applause OhlI wait until July when the boys from Ken tucky hear those fellows play Garry Owen and Wearing of the Greenl- And again before the dinner was over genial Mr Hanley who is the head of the Irish Village Company introduced to us Miss Eleen Nureel the prima donna of the Irish Village Theatrical Company who though born in Erin came all the way from far off Australia to participate in the greatest of Worlds Fairs and one which a Kentuckian made possible Wen my dear man we have heard singers and songsters but I must acknowledge that never in my limited experience have I listened to a voice that can compare with Nureel It would have done your heart good to have been present and enjoyed it and then the enthus iasm when the young and gifted artist concluded the last notes of ODonnel AbooGreat Caeserl Napkins hats chairs and Tea jumped into the air an when the excitement and enthusiasm had somewhat subsided the band wall playing forth the sweet strains of Moores Min atrel Boy1 Later in the evening we attended a dress rehearsal at the Irish village of an old dramaof the time of the Druids and it was decidedly good My dear man spread through the State of Kentucky the glorious news that the Irish exhibit at the greatest of all Fairs Is to be hig class classic and a credit to the Isle No burlesque here no monkey comedian or ordinary ragtime singing It is high grade clastic entertainment and already the same end fame of WItlNureeJbas I spread through the StxpotitkHi i had eke pl awre ef steeling her evening and praeeating her to Peed o F dent Francis He too hw Lheard of her ability and will be on ha this evening to bear her sing Miss NJ peeltls a great and intimate friend of a y celebrated violinist Miss Maud MjfcCartby and spoke of her in tllpyl terms and Is proud of her ability j In the various parts of C Exposition grounds will be found ba I stands and Sousa the great and We te St Louis band are to be beard bu Sillrisk my reputation that the boys w o have cime across the briny deepfrJPilblfnf will carry off the palm forthe eetest music Col William Murphy I Bo managed the high class performa e of Robert Emmet on the read theist winter is managing the Irish theal fjianda finer fellow you never met fiJohulee of New York Cityj didl UwB decorating and did it well The curtiin is a beauti ful scene repreaentiug the city of Armagh Around tlieb ding will be seen the coat of aria eWeach county beautifully portrayed All honor to whojournejelthroughI JjHg the exhibiti toget Aand to the OoblbOhavwddne the ol- dsudoodby the Irish exvbli The Worlds Fair at flight is a scene never to be forgotteH One endless boundless octan of iUMpiliBttion A per noncan hardly realizejfltw dleM VMS to which electrichTeBcllfll Yr 10tIily a iiousan mes III tn youre ane dont forget that Kentuckys building Is the greatest of the State buildings aud a right royal time is in store for all the chil dren of the old sod when visiting the Fair provided of course that they use the official route between the two cities nuff said Any of our readers desiring rooms or Information can procure the same by writing to Mr Frank G Cunningham SACRED HEART RETREAT Father Albert Goes to Chicago Succeeded by Father Richard The Rev Father Albert who has been the prior at the Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road for the past two years has been transferred to Chicago He is succeeded by Father Richard Father Albert bid farewell to his associates and little congregation on Sunday It is the intention of the Passionist Order to establish a monastery in the vicinity of Chicago and Father Albert goes there to assist in the work Father Alberts departure from Louisville is sincerely regretted He is a lovable man and a zealous missionary as alto is his successor Father Richard It is the intention of the Passionists to build a new monastery on the site of the present Sacred Heart Retreat on the Newburg road so soon as the city builds the street to its corporate limits to con nect with the Newburg road This work has been in contemplation for several years but has been delayed for various reasons The site Is one of the prettiest in Kentucky and is close to a part of the city which is growing rapidly The Passionists are popular missionaries and their decision to build a larger monastery here and to widen their spher- of influence and missioner work In Ken tncky will be pleasing to Catholics The Sacred Heart Retreat is now a very popular place to spend a Sunday afternoon and many devout persons go there on Sundays S 5 FIRST COMMUNION CLASS Revdars i young people of the first class have madei such headway end have been so thoroughly instructed that they will be per mitted to approach the holy table tomorrow morning ThE class is one of the largest ever instructed at St Philip Neris and includes nine girls and seven boys laud all serrate realize the importance ofr the solemn ceremony in which they are marchhL from the school house to the church where solemn high mass will be sung at oclock with Rev Father Ackerman the pastor as celebrant Fakher Bachman as deacon and Father Cr ueas subdeacon The altars will be bri Haut with lights are1a gaHon t7c OWENSBORO Catholic Young Mon Made Big Showing Last Sunday DIorDlng Sarto Council Initiates and Banquets Largo Class of Candidates 9 Handsome Watch Charm Pre sented Ere lden prod Arnold ENCOURAGED BYVIE LOCAL CLERGY The young Tea who first conceived the idea of the formation of Sarto Coun ell Y M I in Owensboro have every reason to congratulate themselves upon the success that has attended their efforts and so fully merited by their untiring zeal ann perseverance The Kentucky Trials American takes much pleasure in ratlatl lhe Catholic 1Imenof wensboro on the rsplenai snow ng Sunday morning when they attended mass at St Stephens church It was a magnificent gathering of Kentuckians who take special pride in making known their love of God and country and also places Sarto Council in the forefront of our Catholic social and educational socie ties And the credit for this is largely due to the hustling and popular young President Fred W Arnold who almost alone has doubled the membership of the council since his election Some weeks ago a canvass for new members was inaugurated the member ship being divided into two teams one Irish the other German It was not long until the friendly rivalry between the two sides reached fever heat and when this new council had secured fiftytwo applications sixteen being presented by President Arnold it was decided to have a grand initiation and banquet to which the Grand officers and other gentlemen prominent in the Kentucky jurisdiction were invited The date was set for last Sunday and among those who responded to the invitation were Supreme Director John J Barry of the New Haven Echo Grand President James B Kelly Grand Secretary George Lautz Custodian Tom Garvey and William M Higgins of the Kentucky Irish American They were met by a committee headed by Albert B Oberst and Bert Riley and escorted to the Planters Hotel where they rested until the hour set for assembling at Sarto Council club rooms Sunday morning the club rooms were thronged and shortly before 10 oclock the line was formed and one of the most imposing processions ever seen in Owens boro marched to St Stephens church where the two center aisles had been reserved Every seat was taken before Rev Father McConnell the pastor and Chaplain ot the council ascended the altar to celebrate the solemn high mass McConnellepreached an eloquent sermon touching upon the principles that should actuate young men and giving advice that will not soon be forgotten The choir had prepared a special musical programme which was excellently rendered espe dally the solos by Mrs Edwin Field and Miss Eaton Miss Gertrude Dawson also played brilliant selections on the violin After dinner the members and candl dates assembled in the largest lodge room in the city for the initiatory ceremonies for which elaborate preparation had been made The hall was tastefully decorated and seats of honor were given Rev Father George M Connor of St Fouls and Rev Dean McConnell Four hours were devoted to conferring the degrees and the work performed by La Vega Clements and James B Clark both I prominent lawyers Fred Arnold Greg 9AugustGraf was pronounced the best first exam plification Witnessed since the adoptionI of the new ritual The lesson taught is one that impresses on the mind forever the grand motto of the order Pro Deer TroPwtatdkreoEtrem bare a to betlerChristiaus and loyal citizens The ceremonies concluded President Arnold invited all to the banquet hall where an elegant feast had been prepared by the ladies Owensboro Upon entering the banquet room all were seated at tables forming cross and laden with everything that heart could wish for and everything showed that the ladles had made every preparation worthy the grand occasion The ladies were handsome and deserve special mention for their hospitality their courtesy their untiring zeal and their care for the personal welfare of each and every one present Seated in the center were Rev Father Connor Toastmaster James Clark the officers and visitors Altogether unex pected the toastmaster who was in a happy frame of mind told the story of struggle between the Irish and Dutch which had gained fiftyseven members for Sarto in two months the phenomenal wcrk of President Arnold and then pre seated that worthy gentleman with a handsome watch charm expressing the hope that he would continue their President forever The recipient was too sur prised to speak but in a few words ten dered his thanks and then suggested they give their attention to the good things before them After ample justice had been done the menu and cigars were lighted the genial toastmaster jollied the ladies and asked that theybe given a rising vote of thanks which was carried with a cheer He thenI introduced Grand President Kelly who declared himself happy to witness thisI big initiation which marked an epochI in the life of the Kentucky jjurisdiction After explaining the principles of the Young Mens Institute he gave Sarto Council high praise and said its work I had inspired the officers with greater ambition Paying a glowing tribute to I I Fred Arnold he wished there was one 1 like him In every council and that the goodwork would continueIWilliatri M Higgins spoke next payIing a nice compliment to the people and city of Owensboro and then dwelt upon the work of the Catholic press for which he asked the support of all his hearers Toastmaster Clark gave Tom 1 Garvey a good introduction and he ado dressed himself exclusively to the ladies 1 urging them to adopt his hobby and form- an auxiliary John J Bury was nextJ I J called upon He declared he did not 1 know what to say but told a good Eli 1 Perkins story and then offered to take for a life partner any lady present whoJJ would accept himII When introduced as the last speaker the appearance of Rev Father ConnorJJ the eloquent assistant at St Pauls was c the signal for outbursts of applause from aU parts of the hall an honor that hasII SfJdoiimen given afsapeeaare ritnii quet Nor did this demonstration come alone from the faithful of his own parish J but he was received as enthusiastically by the representatives of the two others and the visitors as well The reverend j gentleman said it afforded him the greatJJ est pleasure to be with them and that he had longed for ap ocaslon like the present to express himself to the body He then dwelt upon the benefits tobe derived I from united effort urging that care betaken I to be awake at all times to increase their strength and accomplish more for the church The principles of the Young I Mens Institute he said would prove a 1 mariners chart He closed with a strong plea to not let the impressions made this 1 I day fail from their hearts and commend I ed the Catholic press for support When the applause subsided it was suggested that he become a member and he wasII elected by acclamationIThe Initiation and banquet will long remain happy and memorable and howI well the members of Sarto Council succeeded needs no effort of ours in description Catholics everywhere may feel proud of Owensboro and her Young Mens Institut- eKNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS Arranging For National Coun cil MeetingNew State Officers The National Council of the Knights of Columbus meets here early next month and Louisville Knights are arranging for their fitting reception and entertainment Meetings have been held and some plans adopted though the entire programme will not be completed before next week Every State will be represented by delegates and besides there will be many visitors perhaps as many as 1000 A ban quet will be given and delegates and visitors will be entertained in various way e during their stay in the city This is first time the National Council has met outside the State in which the order was founded and the Louisville Council ha reason to feel proud of the honor con ferred upon it Recently the election of officers for the Kentucky State Council was held with the following result State DeputyRobert A Watson Lou isville SecretaryGeorge A Burkley Louis villaTreasurerJohn C Rogers Lexington AdvocateFrank M Tracy Coving ton Chaplain RevE S Fitzgerald Owens boro Warden J T Dawson Owensboro Charles OConnor of this city is the retiring State Deputy and under his saf guidance the Knights of Columbus have been most successful In Kentucky in creasing the membership more than three foldT11e aleouscli will increase iits membership soon to aboat 400 o 4- a OUR FRIENDS Urged to Take nn Interest In Worlds Pair Popularltyr Contest r y By So Doing They Wlllfljleaso- Otnorsnml Help Good Onuso Members of Various Societies j Con Do Much If TJieyd WlUt1 ITHE CONTEST WILL 0001 CLOSE 4 fewweeksfriends in our great popularity contest to IrishAmericanconsdereblePurchaseExposition fares from Louisville and return and their hotel bills at the Lindell Hotel for a week will be paid by this paper The most popular single gentleman the most popular single popularmapped out From the start the popularity coa test has been interesting and every week adds some new features Asthe Fourth of July the time for closing the contest riYalrybetweenspirited endeavoringstrictly first class This can not be done everYdRYendeavorstodoings of Insittutethe Knights of Columbus and kindred manyfriendsorganiza fleas They are constantly doing things to help the moreEvery andNewKentuckyIrishyou lay aside one cent a day for a little over three months you can get a years wouldpcmiliyo xone of the candidates in this interesting popularity contest It is not yet too late to spring new candidates It is suggested that the friends of the paper generally and particularly those thefavorpaper whether they are Interested in this contest or not but it would be pleasing no doubt to any one of the candidates to have subscriptions made out in their favor so that they might obtain the fifty votes allowed If urgethisthey increasingthephysically impossible to get around to see everybody even should he begin at 7 in midnightTheworth going to see Our special corre spondent at St Louis Mr Frank G Cunningham has a word to say this week In another column about the Irish exhibit which will no doubt be read with interestThe of Irish actors which has been engaged for the production of Irish plays at the Irish section of the St Louis JKelly r appearedbefore performed producedbyA cablegram from Rome under date of May 7 says Father Ehrle director of the Vatican will Irdaysto have personal charge of the Vatican exhibits thlrtythree cases of which were shipped from Naples He will be the guest of the Jesuit Fathers In St Louis and he will bring the exhibits back to Rome when the Fair closes One of the most precious articles which Father Ehrle is carrying personally to the United ongedtoials still covereand of Papal coins and medals will be among the most important exhibits IThe Fair will have special attractions sfor Catholics and IrishAmericans It will be an education for the young and an inspiration for the middle aged S RIVERVIEW Riverview Park as cool and pleasant a spot as can be found about Louisville was thrown open to the public Sunday and the throngs of visitors were delighted with the improvements made by the owner and manager Col Lum Simons Every evening during the summer months there will be concert music and dancing and other amusements and at all times meals can be ordered for individuals or theegreatly enlarged and here patrons of the park will gatherdur andinvigorating IItrpcniml L t t o r rw tIr1TTiTldn I33H A1kLF RICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGtW MNNNNNINNINLN rated te the Moral ad Social Arhegef of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR S1NOLB COPY sc L store at tit Louisville Post office as SecoudCtasa Hatter Utlenall ConnnMlcatloMtttfce KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Oren Street i COUNCILiLOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MAY 14 1904 PROCLAIM YOUR FAITH c Catholic young men should not be ashamed to go to mass on Sun day and openly proclaim the faith that Is In them Leading men allover the country are observing the J lack of attendance on the part of I Protestant young men at church services while they praise Catho He men for attending divine wor ship A Protestant in the New York Examiner of recent date writes as follows and every Catho tic young man should read it care fully Nearly every Sunday morning we have occasion to pass a large Roman Catholic church At that hour about 1030 oclockthe building Is crowded to the outer doors for probably the second or third time during the morning A few min utes later when the great congre gallon pours out into the avenue one sees that a marked feature of the crowd is the number of young men it contains What is it that attracts them there No intellec tual feast has been spread for them they would not have appreciated it had there been Is it not because they have been taught from childhood up that there is something vital and vitalizing in the service The forms of Protestant worship are not vital in their character Elaborate or simple they carry in themselves no such signifi ti cance as does the ritual of the mass It is not the external observance but the message it conveys that gives it value if value it has And to give it value the message must be one that burns in the heart of the messenger till it finds utterance The young are not stirred by criti cal speculations They want a message positive searching author itative hot with conviction When a man is on fire with such a mes sage he will have hearers and will find his way to their hearts The spirit of devotion will not be lack Ing when the vital truths of the Gospel are presented with flaming I tongue and positive conviction Catholic young men who read j this in Louisvitlesbot1ld know that they are observed as closely by Protestants as the Catholic young men of NewYork were Observed by this writer All Protestants of intelligence like this writer have respect for men who live up to their faithCatholics should thank God that when they go to mass they can receive a message positive search lug and authoritative and their spirit of devotion should not be lacking GOOD INFLUENCEOFCATHOL1C SOCIETIES The good influence of Catholic societies is being felt more gener ally all over the United States every day If socalled Catholic Trance bad organizations of laymen like the Ancient Order of Hiber nians the Knights of Columbus Young Mens Institute Catholic LfAmerica and other so cieties that might be mentioned the infidel Government which hasy suppressed freedom of worship in France could not exist but for a day in fact such a Government as now exists in France would never have come jnto power Time was when lay societies of Catholics such as mentioned above were unpopular with some of the clergy but this time las passed 0Now nearly every clergyman concede o that these societies are a great help to the church Every Catholic m Cl 001talalCatholiceMost of the societies have social rult and business features The benevo lent or insurance feature has the effect of educating the members tto provide for their dependent families in case of death or sickness while the social feature is generally pro ductive of keeping Catholics out of secret societies which the church condemnsThe growth of one of the recently organized Catholic societies which is to hold an im portant meeting in Louisville be ginning on June 3 is a striking evidence of the tendency of the times among Catholic men The Knights of Columbus now number nearly 100000 and have councils in nearly every State in the Union Only recently they presented the Catholic University in Washington 50000 with which to establish ia chair of American history The Ancient Order of Hibernians had previously made a donation of ia like amount to the University for alike purposethe founding of a chair of Irish history In receiving these large voluntary donations from the Hibernians and the Knights of Columbus the rector and the Right Reverend Archbish ops who compose the Board of Trustees of the University praised the good work of tthese two societies in general The societies we have mentioned are strong in Louisville but they are not as strong in membership as they might be If every Catholic young man with no family depend ent upon him should for instance join the Young Mens Institute he would be better for it It COsts practically nothing to be a member The Y M I is a stepping stone to other societies like the Knights of Columbus the Hibernians or the Catholic Knights of America With a little more activity among the members all ofthese societies could largely increase their mem bership If the reverend clergy would say a few words occasionally in favor of Catholic organizations it would help more than anything else The Kentucky Irish American hopes to see the membership ol all Catholic societies in Louisville largely increased during the present year We have no favorites They all look alike to us MR HILLS TRIBUTE TO THE CHURCH President James J Hill of the Great Northern railroad and erst while President of the Northern Securities Company which corpora tion was dissolved by a recent decis ion of the United States Supreme Court the press dispatches say has donated 1500000 to the Cath olic church for the purpose of build ing a Cathedral in St Paul Minn his homeMr is not a Catholic but his wife and children are devout members of the church Mr Hill several years ago donated to Arch bishop Ireland several hundred thousand dollars to build a theo logical seminary at St Paul While not a member of the church Mr Hill is outspoken in his belief that the Catholic church is a great factor in preserving so ciety from anarchy and infidelity Mr Hill is conceded to be the greatest railroad manager in the United States today He is a leader among great men and his tribute to the Catholic church is worthy the serious attention Of all nonCatho Ilea PRINTING The Kentucky Irish American b ready M alt times to do firstcleat jafe printing of every description A specialty Is made of eoornserdalaadeoietyedMlsg five Hta call aad Mt our prtefts u TWta cice Barris- i UMIll lekbe1tr 0 i OFFICIAL STANDING The Latest Returns IH Our Great Worlds Fair Popularity Contest The positions of the leaders remain unchanged though they are having a hard fight to hold first place Ballots MISS ELLA OCONNELL Who Is Making Big Gains in Our Popu larity Contest and subscriptions continue to pour in daily and the contest is being watched with the greatest interest In the married mens race n dark horse is liable to be entered at any moment as it is possible to overtake the leaders with little effort Friends of Prank McDonogh have rallied to bis support and it is suspected his Macsin Council supporters have something up their sleeve The ladies race is a pretty one there being but little difference in the standing of the first five Miss Ella OConnells friends have been voting often though Miss Riley still has a small lead The contestants this week stand in the following order MARRIED COUPLE John H Hennessey and wife 3700 Dan McKenna and wife 3126 Michael Reichert and wife 1950 John J Sullivan and wife 1500 Thomas Dolan and wife 1500 Thomas D Claire and wife 1150 John Meagher and wlreH 1100 W G ORourke and wife 1000 Harry Brady and wire 1000 John J Mcdurk and wife 900 Dave Burke and wife 1100 Joseph P McGinn and wife 950 Pat F McCarthy and wife 650 SINCPJ LADY Mamie Riley 2986 Ella OConnell 2471 Mary Foley 2000 Margaret Norton 1691 Alice Walsh It 1500 Catherine Couadeau 900 Julia Kelly r l 900 Mary Cavanaugh 850 Margaret Tobin t i 800 Lady Heffernan 650 Mamie Keenan 450 SINGLE GENTLEMAN Lieut Tom Fitzgibbon i 6955 Frank McDonogh 5188 Charles Raidy 2627 John Cavanaugh 1800 Tom Cornfield 1650 Louis Dugan 1500 John Crotty 1450 Ed Dalton 1360 Tom Furlong 0 900 Will McNally 850 Ed Toomey 750 George Percy Wells 749 MOST ELOQUENT Foreign Born Citizen Is Will lam Bourke Cockran of New York Eugene V Newman formerly of Louis ville the well known Washington cor respondent who writes under the nom de- plume of Savoyard pays the following tribute to Congressman William Bourke CockranThis no ordinary man lie ranks with Gallatin and Schurz among our for eignborn citizens He is as able as Judah P Benjamin and as brilliant as Pierre Soule Curran was not a greater advocate OConnell was not a more formidable debater Sheridan was not a more eloquent orator than this greatest intellect with whom Ireland has enriched American citizenship Not only is Bourke Cockran a man of powerful mind but he has the advantages of thorough culture and perfect mental discipline He has in vaded many fields of intellectual adven ture He is a profound lawyer aripe statesman a powerful thinker a thrilling ora tor an erudite scholar At a moments notice he would be able to make strong Impression on the English Commons in the discussion of any proposed measures before it He would be at home in the French Legislature The writer of this has beard moat of the great orators who have appeared in our country the past third of a century and be has no hesita tion in prondnadDg Bourke Cockran first among them AWFUL DEATH Miss Mary Spillmatf aged thirythree years daughter of Patrick SpUiman died at the residence of her father la Lex ington Wednesday morning from the effects of adore of carbolic acid Miss Spillman who had been tick for several months arose about 5 oclock and asked her sister where to Sad her medicine Shortly afterward she called to her titter and told her she bad taken the carbolic add and when Dr Faulkner who wu hastily summoned arrived the woman was in1 great agony and only live ciraele of friends were shocked by the Md mews and while she lay at the IKHIM tWeet WM acauManl esteem of eallen io sywhatkyfor r o U Y FrQHTIftO RACE SEEMS MISSING Ive been readia the papers And watchln the capers Of Russian and Jap on the land and theses- And its got me gnetein Why somenanies fa missin That should be conspickyus where figJaU s 80 free ReillysTheAnd all of the tribes of the Macs and the Qls There was never reali fightin Or wrongs to be rightin But some 6 thim byes d be strlki theirblows Now the longer I ponder A The struggle out yonder Where the Jap and the Russian are fight n wid Fame The more Im decidin The Irishmans hidin Behind the quare front of a baytbens name If ye read of Patriski Or Michelomlskt Yell know theyre not Russian at all if yere wise And the Japs Tomobara And Teddimagara Are simply good Connaught men there in disguise Catholic Sta- ndardLcIEILjj Miss Nellie Sullivan has gone to Bards town to be the guest of Miss Etta Hardy Mrs John Rodman and daughter Miss Susie leave Monday to visit relatives at Frankfort James Murphy who has been visiting his mother near Holy Cross has returned- to the city Miss Gertrude Connor expects to leave Monday for Grayson Springs to spend the summer James Shelley has returned from West Baden where he went for his health which is stilt poor Mrs Charles P OBrien who arrived here Friday for a short visit has returned to her home at Bardstowu Mrs Patrick Canovan of Wickliffe Ind has been spending the week as the guest of her sister in New Albany Miss Marcie Viglini who has been spending the winter in New York ar rived home this week for the summer James cutler and son Jack who were visiting M Ji Walsh during the races have returned to their home at Coving ton Miss Mayme OFlynn of Owensboro who has been the guest of Miss Maude Overstreet returned to her home yester day Miss Alice Walsh and her pretty cousin Mine Kathryn Davern of Denver leave Monday to attend the May music festival at Cincinnati Miss Nina Heath of 1411 West Market street has been the guest of Mrs James Keilin of 1917 Fourth avenue for the past two weeks Mrs Stephen Keeley of Holy Cross church parish has almost recovered from her recent rheumatic attack and is able to walk around Thursday afternoon in Jeffersonville marriage license was granted to Edward Cosgrove and Mamie Brennan both residents of that city Frank Kipper of Jeffersonville and Miss Mollie JjcDermott who were mar ried In New Albany will make their home iin Jeffersonville Misses Ida and Eva Raidy who are in St Louis write interesting letters from the Exposition They expect to return home the latter part of next week Miss Gertrude Purcell gave a matinee theater party last Saturday in honor of her cousin Miss Kathryn Davern or Denver who is visiting Miss Alice Walsh 728 Oldham street i Miss Kathryn Davern a charming visitor from Denver has been extensively entertained during the past two weeks several parties and receptions having been given in her honor The dance of Trinity Council Young Ladies Auxiliary at Fountain Perry Tuesday night was largely attended Al present enjoyed themselves and pronounce the affair a great social success Edward Fitzpatrick of the Evening Times has returned from Indianapolis where be met many oldtime friends and noted politicians while reporting the proceedings of the Democratic State con vention William J Brcderick 13 happy over the arrival of a handsome son at his home 3018 Bismarck avenue The youngster has been receiving much attention and the father has been showered with con gratulations Patrick Tracer one of the beat known Democrats in Southern Indiana has re turned to his home finJeffersonville from Indianapolis where he attended the State convention as a delegate and visited many of kit Hlberak Meads George F Hubtr the well known and genial proprietor of the Fifteenthstreet brewery ia reported oonvaletdag after a two weeks illness of appendicitis This will be welcome KM to hia wary friends some of wkooi were serioatly alarmed over M1esadki0L- Bdw and Curran ore of the best knows young men in Louisville bat gone to Laa Vegas New Mexico in the hope of rInlBC his bttltli which has beta ratl cf4KJioIne tree post Hit sawec ouajriaadai hop jar kit tftaiy woomy aryl tattarsr te slut t Dr C F Melton the druggist who supplies a goodly portion of South Louis ville with medicine has been spending the past week in Paducah where he went as a delegate to the State meeting of the Red Men He was a warm supporter of D H Russell of this city whose friends wanted to confer high honors upon him Charles Thompson and Miss Clara Ebret and Charles House and Miss Mary Thompson are spending their honeymoon in the city The two couples were mar ried Wednesday morning in St James church at Elizabethtown the Rev Father Daly celebrating the nuptial mass and performing the double ceremony Mr and Mrs Thompson will make their home fa Louisville and Mr and Mrs House will reside near Elizabethtown Miss Alice Kennedy and Mrs William Kennedy both prominent in Buffalo society circles have been having an enjoy able two weeks visit here as the guests or Col and Mrs Bob Parsons They have been the recipients of much socialatten tion since their arrival Yesterday Mr and Mrs George J Butler entertained them at dinner and gave a tallyho party to the races in their honor The visitors will leave for their home next week Tuesday morning a pretty wedding ceremony will be witnessed by large numbers of friends at St Marys church New Albany The contracting parties are Miss Laura Martel the attractive and accom plished daughter of Conrad Martel prominent in Catholic society circles and a great favorite and Henry Hanka a successful and popular young farmer of Starlight Ind Rev Father Borries will be the celebrant of the nuptial mass and after the union of the happy couple they will be given a wedding breakfast at the home of the brides parents 1107 State street The attendants will be Miss Lena Hanka and John Martel sister and brother of the bride and groom Tues day evening the newly wedded couple will leave for Starlight where they will make their homeInvitations have been issued by Mr and Mrs Thomas Edelen to the marriage or their daughter Miss Marie J Edelen to Charles Hall Barbour The happy event will be solemnized at St Frances or Rome church in Clifton on Wednes day morning June 8 at 6 oclock with nuptial mass celebrated by the pastor Rev Thomas White who will perform the marriage ceremony Miss Edelen is a graduate of Bethlehem Academy and is a girl of rare beauty and accomplish ments Of pleasing manner and cheery disposition j she was always a favorite among her wide circle of friends who will regret her removal from their midst The groom is one of the best known young men of Owensboro standing high In social and business circles Following the church ceremony there will be a wed ding breakfast at the home of the brides parents after which the happy pair will leave on an extended wedding trip returning to Owensboro where they will reside and be at home to their friends at 413 Locust street after June 20 This young couple have a host of friends who will unite in wishing them a long and prosperous life in which the Kentucky Irish Americann wishes to join GALA TIME Planned by Division 4 For Its Next Mooting Night President Hennessy John Barry John Grogan and Tom Langan have planned a- gala time for the candidates and members or the Ancient Order of Hibernians when Division 4 meets on Wednesday night May 18 A large class will receive the four degrees following which there will be one of the social sessions that have won fame for the men from Limerick The Chairman announced the programme arranged and Will Connelly was selected- to notify all the members and bring put a big attendance There were many old faces present Wednesday evening for whom there was hearty greeting notably Officers Pat Kenealy and Tom Brown who are popular Hibernians Jerry OKeefe was reported well but the names of Harry Brady James Kenealey and John McEl iptt were continued on the sick list County President Patrick Sullivan told what had been done thus far for the union picnic at Phoenix Hill on June 20 and the division pledged its hearty cooperation in making it the largest ode ever given President Hennessy called upon all who bad tickets for the recent euchre to make returns to Secretary McGinn at the next meeting otherwise they will be iharged against them as dues The meeting was largely attended and adjourned- at a seasonable hou- rRECENT DEATHS Thomas Riley for many years a resident on Fourth street near the river and a wellknown citizen whose death was announced last week was buried from the Cathedral Sunday afternoon the solll- emn obsequies being attended by large numbers of his friends and acquaintances The funeral of Willie Welsh son of Thomas and the late Mary Welsh occurred Thursday morning and the burial was in St Louis cemetery Deceased was fifteen years old and resided with hit father who was almost prostrated by his double bereavement at 1333 Rogers street Louis Enot for years with the Louisville Nashville railroad fdied Tuesday after long illness at Bts Mary and Eliza beth Hospital His funeral took place Thursday morning from St Charles church Two sons John and Luis and two daughters Josephine and Mariam survive him Mrs EoieUa Dahl belov4Awife of George Dahl 904 Kttt Madison street wee released from earthy sofferiog last lfixaiay laoralBg at the age of thirty two years SSr funeral to k pteee Tuesday =rairg fMM St Jefcas draMki of IJ 0- t n y n I J Patrick OSullivan CONCERT AT MACAULEYS THEATRE Next Thursday Efenlug May 19 Mr OSullivan will be assisted by Mr Douglas Webb Charles Letzler and Karl Schmidt Only appearance before return to Germany SEATS 1 TO 25c AT SMITH b NIXONS BUCKINGHA WES COMMENCING SUNDAY MAY 16 Httineei Sunday Monday Wedaeidty Saturday FULTONS Jolly grass Widows ALWAYS VOTED THE SWELLEST SHOW IN TOWN This season the production is on a scale of magnificence which outshines all previous efforts C Ba THOMPSON FI ORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 2GI W Jefferson 01 Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed LDBAXFUNERAL AND EMBALMERa CARRIAGES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Phone 15070D E Chestnut Street THE 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 ZOOKf Sjiooltxl Agent ROOn 201 NORTON BUILDING BOTH PHONBS 3459 HERRMANN BRO r IMPORTERS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street which she bad been a devout member For the bereaved husband there is felt the deepest sympathy Announcement of the sudden and unexpected death of Joseph Lolly at Lafol lelte Tenp last Saturday was received with expressions of regret on all sides He was a successful railroad contractor and had been ill but three days His remains arrived Sunday morning and were taken to his home 2210 High street The funeral took place from St Cecilas church Tuesday morning with solemn mass of requiem for the repose of his soul Seldom has the death of a young man in St Josephs parish caused such genu ine regret and sorrow as that of John Grossman beloved son of Jobn and Vic toria Grossman who passed peacefully away at his home 710 Ohio street Tues day morning He was one of the most re spected young men in the community and the large attendance at his funeral at St Josephs church Thursday morning attested the high place he held in the estimation of his numerous friends The funeral of Officer James Lally oc curred Monday morning the solemn services of the Catholic church being held over his remains at St Cecelia church Officer Lally was regardedas one of the most faithful as well as popular men in the department and his death caused sorrow among his friends all over the city The greatest sympathy is felt for the bereaved family who lose a lov ing husband and kind and indulgent father A decail of police acted as pall bearers and a long line of carriages followed the remains to their last resting place in St Louis cemetery James Quinn a respected and popular resident of the West End departed this life Friday evening of last week after a long illness aged thirtytwo years The deceased was engaged in the saloon business at Seventeenth and Lytle streets where he resided with his wife and children for several years Jim Quinn was held in high esteem for the noble and generous character he possessed by all who knew him and not a few poor peo pie will miss bis kindly words and assist ince when they are in distress The funeral took place Monday morning from at Patricks church where high mass of requiem was celebrated after which the remains were enterred in the family lot iaSt Louis cemetery Maybis soul rest- in peace DESERVES CREDIT The successful performances of the Elks minstrels are due in a great meas are to Prof Kd Morbacb who conducted the orchestra at all the performances and besides wrote the music for the mad Icy cbormi aad finale He alto assisted perPears8IMter in tot line of the business r D J Katie A Smithformerly of Gran W Smiths Sons IMERID Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reas promptly BOTH PHONBS 1677 OFFICE 652 FIFTH STREET AVENUE THEATER Locks Out Its Louisville Union Musicians and ImportedScab All friends of and sympathizers with Unions are respectfully requested to withhold their patronage from this theater until further notice from the American Federation of Musicians LOCAL No 11 QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Lead in quality style reputation and merit Universally acknowledged to be STANDARD OF EXCE- LLENCEGEHERSON 217 Market St near Seco- ndAICIBURGE GROCERIES AND- VEGETABLES UNION BARWines Liquors Cigars and Tobacco Fine Bottled Goods a specialty Give me a call 12TOS Bank St GO TO Pioneer Bottling House FOR uSTRAIGHT WHISKIES- BIG n JUG AT DOOR J P DANT913 WEST BROADWAY near Union Statlos BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis i Peoria Chicago AND AM POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN Cleveland Buffalo New York Boston AND ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished on application at City Ticket Office Big Four Route 659 Fourth Ave or write to S J Gates Genl Agent Passenger Ast Louisville Ky Illinois Central Railroad 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the above rates 700 good returning seven days Coach excursion tickets on sale May 17 19 24 26 31 June 2 791416 2123 28 and 30 P E Carr City Pass and Ticket Agent 234 Fourth Ave Louisville A J Crone DepotTicket Agent Seventh and Water Louisville C H H1gerfOtl District Patteager Agent 334 Foortk 9re Louisville 6 B Alias Astittaitt Gs rat PatMftgtr Atjtftt 1tLet t1- n ii- x NTUCKYIRISH A1tIERICAN 11 n H 111 1 11 I 1 1 I 1 HI 1i0oi 11 I HIHl 1111111I 1 11i I I11111t l t I Nt1 i t HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRErrTJFUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER SSS EAST MAIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT H 1 H N H HX HHI+HH 11 I HH 11 IIItIEIlttitIt1hIF1 1 H44HHHHIIHl 1IIlllIlH Hl+H H JETRACY LHSTRAUD BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS crrl STREET5horrtItiTII HlHHl1IHl Hll IIHII1HlIH1 I ii- ll H IaII Fg1I tl l RI Etf lFd hLI I F It II Il jMuifloon Monument Companyi l IIESIONEnS AND BUILDERS OFII I ITALIAN MARBLE AMERICAN AND SCOTCH GRANITE I I I Monuments jIi F ii- I IIArtaUc Work Only Solicits Workihopi and Studios Ctrrarft Italy I I WAREROOMS 322 to 328 WEST GREEN STREET ii- RWnI EIIDnDIftftIJD4HHUftIH1ftD I Cumb Phone Main 1913 Home Phone 1913 trIIE Geo WiedemannBREWING COMPANYS I CELT J3RATEI Draughtand Bottled BeersSOLD AT ALL LEADING BARS AND CAFES Renowned for PURITY STRENGTH and EXCELLENT FLAVOR Gruber and Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR Otto Lire werys Cream Beer DIERSEN BROS Proprietors ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE Telephone 1137 JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWl BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN XS FRANK or 1 WAITERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 3090 j LOUISVILLE KY OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALTY BLUE GRASS EXCHANGEL- ouis Wabnitz Co Proprietors TW STOtIklNis Spring styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas lOW RATES TO CAlifORNIA AND RETURN VIA THE Bio Four Route General conference Methodist Episco pal church Los Angeles commencing May 3- National Association of Retail Grocers of United States San Francisco May 3 to B- Tickets to San Francisco and Los Angeles Cali and return will be on sale AprilI 22 to 30 IDOl inclusive also on May 1 for such trains es will deliver passengers at Chicago Peolia St Louis or Cairo on same date from all points on the Big Four Cincinnati Northern and A U RR at very low rates Final return limit June 30 1004 Liberal stopover privileges The West era Christian Advocates special train for Los Angeles for thee accommodation of delegate and others who wish to visit the Pacific Coast leaves via the Four Route For full information and par- ticnlar M to rates tickets limits etc cl M agent Big Pour Ruteor ad dress the vftdeniKue- dIhnw J lHlIChGeI1 Pass Ticket Must CtMtttMti Ohio or L J Gates ps1AEautLoidmllle117r o r 1 MAYERI ENGRAVING COMPANY ipV ORIGINAL DESIGNS ILLUSTKATrONSESCfiAVINCS tits a bv all 1 E l rHCorner 3rttMin- LQOISVLLEKY WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 9JW to1Soeloek oaYV KnjP c C v NEW LOUISVILLE JOCKEY CLUB I I Spring GENTLEMENS CUP RACE THIS AFTERNOONI 9 Juvenile Stakes Monday May 16 Steeplechase Tuesday May 17 Kentucky Oaks Wednesday May 18 t SIX HIGHCLASS RAOE FOR EVERY DAY Excursion Rates On All Railroads and HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes The Ladies Auxiliary of Randolph Mass gave a minstrel show last week Division 2 of Minneapolis will initiates number of new members tomorrow at Labor Temple A new division has been instituted at Easthampton Mass Thirtyone charter members were initiated State President Regan was elected to the Minnesota legislature by the Dem crats of St Paul last week The degree staff of the Ladies Auxil lacy of Cambridge Mass worked the three degrees of the new ritual on twenty five candidates for the Somerville auxil iaryDivision 5 of Cahill Minn will have a large initiation of new member tomorrow The State officers will be present and a degree team from Minne apolis will do the work Division 9 of St Paul will initiate two large classes this month As it is the last chance for winning St Louis trips not only divisions in the Twin Cities but throughout the State will make extra effort during the next fifteen days With the permission of the State officers a military brass band has been organized by the Hibernians of New Haven Conn It will be known as the First Regiment Band and is composed of some of the best musicians in the city The Providence Visitor says that at the present time there is a difference of opinion as to the management of affairs in Rhode Island Fifteen divisions have endorsed the methods of the officers duly elected at Newport This leaves six to be heard from and from present indica tionsit isexpected the State officers will be sent to SL Louis with some very strong resolutions The Hibernian of Rosemount Minn initiated twenty new members last Mon day evening at a largely attended meet lug held under the auspices of Division 2 of Dakota county A delegation from Hastings was headed by County Presi dent Moran One of the initiated was Rev Father Moore who went through all the ceremonies like a hero The Ladles Auxiliary served refreshments and one of the best entertainments in years was given The Denver Catholic says there was a special mass celebrated at St Patricks church last Sunday for the Ancient Order of Hibernians at which all the members went to holy communion in a body The pastor Rev Father Carrigan preached a beautiful sermon praising the Hibernians for their untiring efforts to establish their society throughout the world and he also said it was through their own and their forefathers constant working that the Catholic faith was so firmly planted throughout this beautiful land of ours Much credit and praise is due for the singing of the hymn Hiber nias Champion Saint sung by the whole choir in chorus as the Hibernians were marching out of the church PATRICK CULLEN Pioneer Citizen Answers Roll Call of the Grim Reaper One of the best known of the early pioneers of the Dominican parish and the southern portion of the city answered the roll call of the grim reaper Tuesday evening when Patrick J Cullen passed away at his home 1124 West Oak street after an illness of three weeks of pneu monia Mr Cullen was seventythree years of age having been born In Ireland in 1831 Over forty years ago he came to Kentucky and settled in Lonisville where he remained until his death He is survived by three childrenMiss Mollie Cullen Principal of the Thirteenth and Maple street school Miss Alice Cul len and James Cullen the well known Louisville Nashville engineer The funeral occnrred Thursday morning from St Louis Bertrands and was largely attended the remains being laid to rest in St Louis cemetery After the mass of requiem the celebrant preached an elo quent and touching sermon In which a sympathetic and glowing tribute was paid to the refined charity and broad intellectuality of the deceased ANNUAL MAY SOCIAL The Rood people of St Francis con gregation on the Bardstowa road will bold their annual May festival next Tues day and Wednesday and bidwelcome all their city friend A seasonable out 1 inK to St Frauds Court will refresh mind and body and fix one night for the supper that will be served There will be good inule awl refreshments of all kind The Zest dwajcerswll1ru peorkfromwithin three minutes walkV the school howeiThenthefestital take place r J 1 c ptoeQix jlill par Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyimprovedwith throughout Par ties or societies should consult the man ager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing contracts FEDERATION More Societies Have Prom ised to Send Dele gates The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies held a well attended meeting Friday night of last week at Hibernian Hall with President Kelly and Secretary Cooney filling their posi tions Visitors were present from Branch 6 of the Catholic Knights of America and Branch 1 of the Catholic Knights and Ladies Col Mike Refchert was present and when called upon made some encouraging remarks concerning federation as did others after which it was decided to send committees to a number of local Catholic societies and invite them to affiliate Delegate William C Smith represent ing the Catholic Knights suggested some changes in the constitution and a general discussion followed It was arranged for the St Vincent de Paul conferences to send delegates the other business being mostly routine Secre tary Cooney stated that the per capita tax for 1904 was being cheerfully paid but that nothing had been heard from State President Witte regarding the coming State convention Until he is heard from there will be no election of delegates to either the national or State conventionsAlready preparations are being made for the national convention in Detroit which this year will partake largely of the character of a Catholic congress The leading dignitaries of the church and prominent laymen from all parts of the country are expected to be there to take active part In the delibera tions of the convention which will be a most representative on- eBISHOP ALLEN Administers the Sacrament of Con- fIrmation to Numbers of Children The RIgnt Rev Bishop Edward Allen of the Mobile diocese arrived here last week to be the guest of Bishop McClos key and has since been assisting him in the confirmation of chn renLast Sunday morning a class of seventy boys and girls received their first holy communion at St Louis Bertrands and were later confirmed by Bishop Allen The Rev father Volz officiated at the mass with Fathers Martin and Lawler as assistant priestsAt Mary Magdalens church forty children received their first holy com munion at the 7 oclock mass which way celebrated by the Rev Father William Gausepohl These were con firmed at 10 oclock Classes of children also received their first holy communion at St Briglds church and at St Josephs Orphan Asylum on Sunday morning but they were not confirmed Monday morning fourteen children were confirmed at St Aloysius church making 124 for the two days LOCAL KNIOHT5 OOINO The Knights of Columbus of Owens hero have made all the arrangements for their semiannual initiation which takes place tomorrow ia DawwHia Hall when three degrees will be conferred OH a class of sixtythree candidates Highntass will be celebrated at St Pauls church by Rev Father Fitzgerald who is the Slate Chaplain The first degree will be conS ferred by the Owensbaocoeucil hele- COtHlhYaU awl Uw third bv Lowi WiUJeblaaIquetI Meeting steamboatsIRELAND InltrtantRecord of the Most of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges At last after twelve months of bad weather with scarcely any interruption the people of Ireland are beginning to enjoy really fine weather The Dublin Corporation has decided to make the Irish language an obligatory subject at all future competitive examina tions for clerkships in the service of the CouncilWe deeply regret to announce the death of His lordship the Most Rev Dr John Coffey Bishop of Kerry which took place at the Bishops Palace Killar ney By the death of Dr Coffey the Diocese of Kerry has lost a good and holy prelate The annual Nationalist convention was held at the Mansion Dublin on Satur day John Redmond who presidedat the opening said that the Unionist Gov ernment and party were in a condemned cell waiting for the execution of the sentence which had been pronounced on them and in all human probability it was reserved for the representatives of Ireland to give the final blow which would end their existence The national memorial to Michael Dyer and Sam McAllister was unveiled at Baltlnglass on Sunday May 8 The ceremony was performed by Rev P F Kavanagh O S F the historian of 98 The Lord Mayor of Dublin presided on the occasion and the demonstration which was of immense proportions was addressed by distinguished Irishmen The Wicklowmens committee in Dublin arranged with the Great Southern and Western railway to run a number of special trains from Klngsbridge the return fare to Baltinglass being fixed at a very popular figure His Honor County Court Judge Adye Curran opened the Quarter Sessions at Mullingar and having disposed of all the ejectment cases said he learned there was no criminal business to go before him Continuing be said I wish now to mention a matter although I did not at first intend to make it public Lately I and my family were in Rome and we had the great privilege of a private audi ence with the Holy Father On that occasion I asked His Holiness for a bless- Ing of the four counties in my circuit a favor which His Holiness most graciously gave with good wishes for every peace amIhappy satisfactory of things I find today is the first result in this county of that blessing The Sher iff then presented him with white gloves IMPRESSIVE INITIATION Now Members Happy Talks and Erins Songs Please Hibernians That was a happy gathering Tuesday night that witnessed the conferring of two degrees on William J Norton the traveling salesman Patrolman Edward Connor and James Sheehan County President Sullivan was a welcome visitor also Con McBarron and James OHara of New Albany The only business that pre ceded the initiation was the collection of dues and when that had been completed President Mike Tynan turned the gavel over to Tom Dolan the Chairman of the Literary Committee and poet of the divi sion Chairman Dolan in a few happy words welcomed the visitors who repre sented the State and County Boards and all the divisions Songs of Ireland and America were sung by Thomas Walsh the attorney and Lieut Tom Fitzgibbons both of whom were given the heartiest applause Short but spirited talks were made by James Barry of the Standing Committee John Barry of the Kentucky Irish American State Vice President John Hennessy State Secretary McGinn Pat rick Holley Dave OConnell the New Al banyvisitors W J Connelly and others Then all were invited to the festive board where Tim Sullivan and Edward Craddlck had an abundance to est and something to wash it down to which ample justice was done Then cigars were passed and the rest of the evening was devoted to song and story The evening was an annsually pleasant one and all present were loud in their praises of the mother division of the or der Before the adjournment County President Sullivan spoke of the coming picnic and his remarks were loudly cheered The County Board he said would meet Friday night to hear further reports OFFICIALS COMING Next Thursday night the members of Unity Council Y M It of New Albany will meet at Union Hall Wet First and Main streets to receive Grand President John Gerdink of Terre Haute and Grand Secretary William Fogarty of Indiana potU who will address the couacll JefrawBUttU will be served arid a big meednjr ta looked for The Louisville ecuuclle hays beeiLiBTiUd 0n FRflNK FEflR BREWING 60INCORPORATJQD Brewers and Bottlers 1LOUISVILLE KY PABST BEER t ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged rELICPFIONIti U38O Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hbfbrau PiIseni r Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BRE2rING colWPANYINCORPORATED TELEPHONE 4B2 LOUIs PILLID KY tttttttt ttttttf ++++ + + + + tt 41 + JAMES SOWDERS 159 West Jefferson Street Fish and OystersBOTH PHONES t sa3It t I I I t I t I JJoMKeepl15HI sesr Is rilE ens pesr jPenmanship orllztln en ai fygeufrtfiny s- Tete9ralty a Stnd Far f N ttalyuc lylgulsyilleIfFfS- even experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now in our new home N B Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best arranged school building in the South Visitors always welcome School open all year Students can enter at any time E T WRIGHT President SHE IS CRYING Because She Wanted to Go With Her Mamma t- oCHICAGOi nx rvo l e JlliI II I IIAIIAYb- I In an ELEGANT PARLOR DINING CAR E H BACON District Passenger Agent Louisville Ky FRANK J REED General Passenger Agent- C H ROCKWELL Traffic Manager W H McDOEL Preside and General Manager MMI tMIIMItt + tM I HMHMMt t t tHUMt tt t I M tMI M tMt t +FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES AK KOLJB 4 345 West Green Street LIQUORS CIGARS N Drink EppingsMineral MineralWater PHONE 428 DRINK Ifi6nru WliillBOTTLED BY HENRY C LAUER 407 EM JtferMii StrMt- THLBPMONI IM J n u NORTH STARRE- FRIGERATORS Solid hardwood extra well constructed with cork filling and asbestos lining ALWAYS GIVES SATISF- ACTIONGEHERSON 217 Market St near Second PflfR M ANDRI01 880H AUOIHMANUfACIURfR8 Carrlbhak U4 Miol TttIS 113 aid 207 WesT ORRN ST + tt tia 1v wj lipi i btFTiSOI+ tY IRISH Al RICAN k SURPRISE SPECIAL SALE No Pleated Norfolk Style for Ages 3 238II Double Breasted Style for Ages 8 sale for one week Ii 1 1On next today Friday and 250 I any mother in town will come and view the window IIIf of these suits she will find out how to acquire of fashion at a great saving Patterns includeII Homespun Effects and plain colors for I THE BIG STOREMIL- TON M MARBLESTONE S CO 424 to 434 St IFourth and r IlH+H+H+ + FRESH and other grades up to the best Mocba and Java blend 3 Ibs for 100 fresh roasted and dry roasted delivered direct from my roaster to your kitchena special advantage you dont get in other coffees COFFEE f8ii 214 W MARKET STREET Cumb I I I I 111 I H I Ii I I HlHIHHII 1 1 II 11I l I 1 IM 1 1 I I t IF A For the home a Piano that will reflect credit on your judgment and good taste carefully investigate the line we handle If you want a Piano at a reasonable price a price that coincides with what you feel able to pay and want a guarantee that guarantees conie to us Fifteen famous makes to select from Co oawo o AVIDPdLTI ++++ 4 +++ P L I W MAIN STREETL- OUISVILLE KY 4 t Market WestI HH1HIlHIHI DRYRO- ASTEDCOFFEE 50cTHREE which MULLOY ROASTER llomePhoniUJJ HI PIANOSYOU WANT MODEL PIANO MontenegrtiRiehm Music FOURTH SRAYCO a Fin6- 6arria06 230232 tcr 1 DANIEL DOUGHERTY THOMAS KEENAN IW i Dougherty Keenan UNDERTAKERS 1225 West Market Street Bet Twelfth and Thirteenth 1240mBOTI 1ELIQiPHOATE S a All Galls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Oar riages Furnished for All Occasions LD Dougherty Home Telephone 2915 tBNOS SPCNCErtAaowntetEducates Young People For Businessr Good Employment and Success 0 CALL OH WHITS rOR run IHrORUATMN P UtIle NthHllIHt MAiN SIXTH TrILLEkY Business College ff MVN WW V m a6W PlasterCONSTRUCTEDJ Board J WALLS AND CEILINQS WITH THESE BOARDS CANNOT i Sackett Plaster Board is light economical and durable Will FALLI buckle or shrink Is a fire retardent recognized by fire KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO B J CAMPBELL SONS Proprietors Manufacture Diamond Wall Plaster Campbells Cement Plaster Louisville Wood Flier Platter Campbells Wainscoting Finish In any color and Powdered Lime BetkPhoRUu67 Brook and River Louisville Ky i t llIt tt t t + + t 4 tit a +++++F++++ 4 HICKEYSAMPLE ROOM wf Good Liquors a Specialty Fifteen Ball Pool M J HICKEY Proprietor r Kerne Teleekes 8B4 13 48 wJee ron IB- t1t4tttittU FttMitf9 tn Mfi4 +tttttN4tf ttG p 000000 e JBACON SONS CleanUp Prices on Ladies Tailored Dress Skirts Just a short time ago we made art enormous cash purchase consisting of 2000 Dress Skirts 1 he selling that has followed our announcement of same has been quite sensational Naturally It has left us with broken numbers which have been ci Hccted together and divided In six lots and offered at the following low prices A 98The peerless price for our I 44 Cloth Cheviot or Black Mohair Skirts for Misses Novelty Skirts made of very good materials in the most fashionable styles tailorfinish and tastefully trimmed These skirts are most temptingly priced T ft Q Q The numbers that are rep P O resentedin this lot arereally praiseworthy Black Broadcloth Shark skin Voile Cheviots and Colored Mix tures are the materials from which these handsome garment are stylishly made for ladies I thisIo to please the most fastidious 000000 0000ee FATHER CRONIN Delivers Eloquent Address to the Catholic Knights of America Though the morning was cloudy and the weather threatening last Sunday tbe sun shone forth bright and glorious in tt afternoon when the Catholic Knights it0 America held their annual parade Men hers of the various branches of that grei insurance order began assembling at St Marys Hall at 130 oclock and despil the morning showers which deterred many from taking part in the procession all the local branches were well represented and a creditable showing was made The start was delayed until 211 when Chief Marshal L D flax gave the order that put the column in motiot Marshal Bax and his chief aide Secretary Albert Martin rode at the head of the line followed by a platoon of mounte police under Corporal Lee Behind tbese were a number of carriages in wbic rode officers of the Central Committee and older members of the order Next came the band of music preceding about 500 Knights on foot The parade was an imposing one and all along the line of march commendatory expressions were beard The route was in to Jefferson and up to Fifth then past the Cathedral and out to Broadway down that thoroughfai to the Church of the Sacred Heart over to Chestnut and up to Thirteenth street and thence toSt Patricks church whey they attended the solemn vespers cele braced by the Very Rev Vicar Genera Cronin Father Cronin delivered an able and eloquent address taking for his sub ject Catholic Knights and Charity He dwelt at some length on the great work of charity performed by the Cathol Knights of America and the man widows and orphans who had been saved from dire distress though the membership in that body of their lost ones Fatbe Cronin has doubtless given the method and workings of the Catholic Knight close study and his words of praise am encouragement were heard with grea pleasure by all who were present The Central Committee met last night In regular monthly session but the pro ceedings can not be published until next week BUSY DAYS The Bankers Fraternal Union one of the latest and most successful fraternal organizations with five councils and a membership of 800 in Louisville will have three busy days here this mouth Spalding E Michot the wellknown let 1er carrier informs our reporter that 01 Tuesday May 24 the initiation of a class of 200 will take place at Elks Hallwhen tbe degree team of Palls City Council will confer the degrees on a class of 200 newly enrolled members On Wednesday the organization of a State Council takes place and Thursday evening at Lieder iranz Hall there will be an open meeting with a special programme for the occasion The opening address will be delivered by James j Fitzgerald the lawyer Lion Walter P Lincoln of this city was the first Supreme President of the Bank rs Fraternal Union TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council held an Interesting eeting Monday night when Pierre Dawson was received into membership and William Zebnder and B J Griffin rere elected The Visiting Committee reported Frank Ackerman Louis Bos sung Henry Holskamp and Bartley Foley Improving and John Cribbins was placed ontbe sick list Dave OConnell made an interesting talk parliamentary law ud John J Sullivan Jr promised au essay for May 24on Life Insurance as a Profession Messrs David OConnell and Emil Month were selected to repre sent and speak for Trinity Council at the joint meeting Monday night A resolu ion to adjourn next Monday night at 130 oclock and proceed in a body to the pint meeting at SatolH Hall was adopted WILL RETURN SOON Letters from Ingo say that Rev Fathtt Paul Alt who been 44- lease hose for time under treatment for rhruirw Urn IepfrsdpylaIproring HUphyrf loconow have hopes for hit entire ra- e corT aadreJfJ JioaM efoti tr a T 5 QO Ladies Cloth Skirts in P black or blue and light fan cy mixtures are contained in this assort ment all made afterextreme newness and ofvery fine materials The tailoring is of perfect workmanship finished with strapped seams and buttons q 7Walking Skirts in fancy 43 dress skirts made of fine silkfinished Black Sicilian Cloth for ladies perfectly tailored nicely fin ished and trimmed in short attractively made garments exceptionally cheap c 8 Oft For Ladies Black Voile 4 Sicilian Cloth or Broad cloth Dress Skirts in brown and black made flare trimmed with taffeta folds buttons and crochet rings very fascinating styles Meets on the Third Friday Evening t- Each Mouth President Con J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan ICcI1ranranFinancial SecretaryJohn T Keane 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the t First and Third Mctad eveningsof Each Month PresidentThomas Quinn Vice President Joseph Cooney Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial SecretaryWilliam Burns 807 Twentythird street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month President John Hennessy Vice PresidehtThomas Lynch Recording Secretary Thos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Cbestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer Jpnn P Helton DIVISION lv JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday atPfau8 Hall County PresIdentJohn Kenney County Vice PresidentJ B Murphy President Robert Gleason Vice PresidentDaniel Gill Recording Secretary J G Cole Financial Secretary Thos OHern TreasurerMartin Gos- sSentinelAlphonso Constantine SergeantatArmsMichael Noon ST JWT IIMACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street PresidentJames Shelley Second Vice PresidentFred Herp Recording Secretary Frank Adams Financial SecretaryDan Weber 2541 St Cecilia street- Corresponding Secretary Frank P BurkeTreasurerFrank F Murphy Marshal George F Simonis Inside Sentinel Prank Lanahan Outside Sentinel John Schaefer TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street PresidentEugene J Cooney First Vice President J L Cunniffe Second Vice President Joseph F Bell Recording Secretary Emil E Mouth Corresponding Secretary Arthur C LauerFinancial Secretary Robert Q Goe belTreasurerWilliam N Gast Marshal M F Morris Inside Sentinel Jacob Pfalzer Outside Sentinel M F Ziegler- BUCKINOHAM The Jolly Grass Widows who are to play at the Buckingham Thearer next week will bring several vaudeville characters who have achieved much fame in theatrical circles Joseph Howard the song writer Nat Fiefds the German comedian find humorist Alex Carr the Western Warfield and Guy Rawson the Irish jester are among the number DONS TILE CLUB The Board of Public Safety appointed James HeSernaa a member of the police force Monday and he has again donned the blue Patrolman Heffernan was formerly a member of the force bnt resigned to engage In business He will make a brave Mid efficient officer KNlQHTSaiVE EUCHRE Branch 9 oiphe Catholic Knights of America of kew Albany have perfected imngcmcak tor a big double euchre on the afteruoo led evening of Monday Hay 30 lye jipiue will to playedat tIM slab rwMMTtbe North Y PIIIM- Clb The oer3 of the branch expect s good reprotttiUtiou from Lotdmtle SATOLLI DINNER Given In Honor of Prof Pat rick OSullivan Last Monday Monday evening the members of Sa tolli Council Y M I gave a dinner iat Fountain Ferry Park in honorof Pro Patrick OSullivan who was formerly a member Proud of Prof OSullivan magnificent achievements in Europe among the master musicians of the world and under the eye of the exactin and merciless critics of Berlin and Paris the members of SatolH Council conceive the idea of arranging a dinner as an expression of their appreciation of their former brothers work John F Coady presided as toastmaster and made many happy sallies of wit as the evening passed Prof OSullivan iin response to a toast spoke very entertain- Ingly of his sojourn in Europe and told of a number of comical and exciting experiences that he met with on his voyag and after he reached the mother country One of the professors most exciting experiences was encountered upon an attempt to obtain an audience with tbe Kaiser in the city of Berlin Several plans that had suggested themselves to Mr OSullivan had proved ineffectual and as a last resort he hit upon the Idea of representing himself as a newspaper reporter This worked splendidly and the musical genius In the guise of an humble penciler secured admission into the august presence of the great Empero without further ado But further along when the splendid assemblage that had gathered to do hone to His Majesty was dispersing and tbe grand officials of the German Govern ment and foreign potentates were being handed into their handsome equipages Prof OSullivan in his role of reporter nearly met his Waterloo When he sav a place made for him in a carriage beside a grand gentleman in regimentals his American independence rebelled at further disguise even to enjoy a drive on ia splendid boulevard in so handsome a car riage and with such fine company While the party was busying itself making room our Patrick bolted for the tall grass aud was nearly run through by a guard In escaping info the crowd The members of SatolH gatherer about the board at Tony Landenwichi pretty park on the Ohio where each and every one measured his ability to givi utterance to mirth provoking nothings md the party succeeded very well The evening was spent very pleasantly the east of reason and the flow of soul and tbe many evidences of good cheer generally combining to make the occasion one of the most enjoyable SatolH has ever had The members present were Louis B laker George C Francis Henry Lancaster James Fahey C J Obrecht C J Ireckel William P McDonough John M Ryan Lawrence Musselman P J ituetzel John J Crotty Harry T Col gan William J OConnor Joseph Leni han Samuel J Boldrick William J Sullivan John Coady Charles F Lauer Will Ross Charles Weisenburger Will McNally Prank C Clerget Percy kbell Pat OSullivan James Zahner Edward Pope James Nalley George larn and George Kilcourse AUXILIARYS INVITATION The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians meets tomorrow fternoon at the hall Seventh and Mar ket to perfect the final arrangements for tbe euchre and dance in the Weissinger iaulbert building Third and Broadway on Thursday evening June 9 A cordial ivitation is extended all Hibernians to- eII present They should all respond and lend these ladies their assistance I GRAND OUT OP TOWN EXCURSION Sunday May 15 Big Four Route to tbe Indiana gas belt Special train leaves Seventhstreet Union depot at 7 oclock a m Extremely low roundtrip rates as allows Rushville 1 Knightstown 1 ndereon f125 Alexandria 125 M- arionI50 Tickets on sale at city ticket office 250 Fourth avenue and at depot- Si J Gates General1 Agent It ia Mid the Romans mgd skeins of IilkafMCtbcbatk iiMteadof towiU to keep the akin nlca D t WE CATER TO YOUR m RUG NEEDSlThe 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