You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Kentucky Irish American: n. Saturday, March 4, 1905. Kentucky Irish American. 300dpi TIFF G4 page images William M. Higgins, Louisville, KY 1905 kec1905030401 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Kentucky Irish American: n. Saturday, March 4, 1905. Kentucky Irish American. William M. Higgins, Louisville, KY 1905 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. 7IIS yr- Yf u k r t z g t I J AMERICAN VOLUME XIVNO 9 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH fc 1905 PRICE FIVE CENTSI INDIANA Catholic Knights Hold Success Fijful Biennial Convention t In New Albany fleeter McCarthy of Vincennes the Unanimous Choice 9For President Action of the Convention an In SuprpnteACouncil SYMPATHY FOR PRESIDENT TIIICKSTUI The thirteenth biennial convention ofr the Indiana State Council of the Catho tic Knights of America will be recordedl as the most successful and harmoniousI ever held by that great Catholic fraternalI society in the Hoosier State From the opening to the close there was but one object and that was to legislate for the stability and perpetuity of an organiza tion that has disbursed many millions of dollars to widows and fatherless children securing for them homes and education and making them the best of citizens The proceedings of this convention are important in that the seal of approval is stamped on the work of the special session of the Supreme Council and the new rates promulgated by that body Never was there apparent any element t of discord or dissatisfaction with the work of the Supreme Council the delegates all expressing themselves con vinced that tke Catholic Knights of America have now a foundation that will last forever Perfect arrangements for the convention had been made by Henry Cutter Frank Zoeller Patrick Kennedy and committees from Branches 7 and 9 Officers and delegates begun arriving Monday and were escorted to the St Charles Hotel which had been selected as headquarters Tuesday morn ing the two branches and a band directed by Grand Marshal Patrick Kennedy and assistant Frank Zoeller turned out and acted as an escort to the State Council and the visitors who paraded the principal streets before attending the solemn high mass at StII Marys church The parade was an imposing one and elicited much favor Able comment the incident of which was the life infused when the band struck up The Wearing of the Green in honor of Capt Tom Hanlon when passing the Court House As the Knights entered St Marys the organ and bells pealed forth a greeting and when all had been seated Rev Dean Filler of St Marys and Fathers Sonder mann of Lawrenceburg Kelly of New Albany and Boernlg of Madison ascended the brilliantly illumined altar and began the celebration of the solemn high mass The sermon was preached by the Rev George Borries of St Marys and was a masterly effort He urged the Knights to be loyal to their charter and declared their organization should be built as on a rock standing for benevolence moralty science and industry and then the waves of atnbitious influence selfishness jeal pusy and prodigality will beat against them without effect Father Borries words had an effect that was visible throughout the deliberations of the convention After the mass the delegates proceeded to Holy Trinity Hall where Rev John B Kelly happily welcomed the first con vention of the Catholic Knights of Amer ica to New Albany trusting their delib erations would be wise and that when they lleft the city it would be with a desire to soon return Mayor William Grose on behalf of the city also extended a hearty welcome to the convention compliment Ing the body on its fine appearance and saying that in legislating for the welfare of their people they should emulate the example of the great Irish liberator Daniel OConnell The convention was then formally I opened with prayer by Rev Father Sondermann The announcement that President Thlckstun was ill at his home in Jeffersonville and could not preside was received with expressions of sincere regret and later resolutions of sympathy were adopted end a committee named to visit him Vice President Luken of Richmond after appointing a Committee on Credentials read the Presidents annual report which was referred to committees and later his suggestions were concurred in J C Kelley of Anderson and Charles W Morbach were appointed Assistant Secretaries after which Supreme Delegates Wallrath and Lauck read their reports giving a full account of the proceedings of the special Supreme Council and their action therein which were approved by hearty applause The next report was that of Secretary George Fahlbush which showed that while members had been lost the order was in good condition throughout the State with prospects brighter than ever before Adjournment was then taken for dinner and alscfto witness aspecial rjm of the N wAnMny fire depArtment that was a surprise to many from the larger cities When the afternoon session met there were present ac visitors Joseph Kerning of Cincinnati editor of the Journal wh- oaddrNedthe conventidn and Supreme e Twete Joseph McGUn exSupreme mate MichMl Reichert State Seers D tary Albert Martin HenryBosquet lie man Wessels and Henry Hunoldjpf the Kentucky State Council and Central1 Committee of Louisville The Law Committee which had been in session two days reported that no changes or amendments had been sub matted Messrs Barney Coll and Joh Murphy of Jeffersonville were members s of this committee and said the laws needed no revision Resolutions favoring the removal of the Supreme Council 1 from St Louis were adopted and Instructions given the Supreme Delegates on a number of unimportant matters The election of officers was the next order of business and resulted as follows Spiritual DirectorJF Sondermann 1 LawrenceburgPresidentPeter McCarthy Vincennes Vice President Alois Beater Jasper SecretaryGee Fahlbush Lawrence burgTreasurerD P Downs Terre Haute Delegates to the Supreme Council Peter Wallrath Evansville and A J Lauck Indianapoli- sAlternatesWilliam Heffernan Wash ington and Dennis Gorman Ft Wayne Peru was selected as the place for the next convention and the installation i finished the work of the convention andI then delegates and others began visiting the principal points of the city many spending a pleasant hour with Mat Klarer and Ike Norman who made all feel att home v It was the unanimous opinion of the delegates that Holy Trinity Hall is one of the most beautiful in the State So much for New Albany We overheard Peter McCarthy of Vin cennes say that the days in New Albany seemed to measure but ten hours Peter is one of the most active Knights iini Indiana and his election to the Presidency pleased everybody Barney Coll and Jack Murphy of Jef fersonville were conspicuous at all times both in a social and deliberative manner Capt John J Lyons and his avoirdupois was at all times more than busy iini looking after the comfort of the dele gatesFrankZoeUer Pat Kennedy Dani Walsh Ben Hinkebein and Henry Kolbi did more than their whole duty as mem bers of the Reception Committee Asi the delegates exclaimed Theyre all right Hon William Heffernan of Washington a jurist of much ability and a very popular Knight was present and was heard from frequently all his recom mendations being approved by the con vention He is the Friend of Ireland and all she desires Drp Downs of Terre Haute who for sixteen years has served as Treasurer r of the State body was unanimously reelected D P as he is best known is one of the pioneer Knights of Indiana Mat Klarer entertained Tuesday night in honor of the Kentucky delegation with whom be is extremely popular- J P Flynn knew more people than any other man in the convention and for those who were Hibernians he had a real Irish welcom To him the Kentucky Irish American feels indebted for many courtesies May the officers and delegates all live to meet two years hence at Peru JUDGE GORDON h Will Address Joint Meeting of the Y M1 at Ber trand Hall The Joint Committee of the Young Mens Institute held its regular meeting last Saturday evening at Satolll Council rooms Chairman Raidy presiding The first business taken up was the election of a Secretary for the Joint Committee Will P McDonogh being elected unani mously Robert Goebel of Trinity Conn cil was elected Treasurer thus giving each council representation in the officersii The Committee decided to have the next meeting of the three councils at i Bertrand Hall and appointed Messrs William J OConnor David OConnell and Will P McDonogh a committee to secure a speaker to deliver an address upon that occasion The committee was very fortunate in being able to secure Judge Thomas R Gordon and a rare treat is anticipated Ladles and gentlemen will be admitted to the meeting which will be an open one The meet ing will be held on Thursday evening 1 March 23 and invitations can be secured from the members of the order c The reports of the committees appointed at the previous meeting were listened to with interest and showed then the work the Joint Committee isi doing in the way of bringing the coun cils into closer fellowship as well as advancing the interests of the order j throughout the city meets with the fulli approbation of all the members of the Y MI NARROW ESCAPE Tuesday afternoon while the streets were crowded John OConnor the wellj known printer had a narrow escape from serious injury at Fourth and Jefferson An automobile being recklessly drivenj dashed round the corner and into the throng that was crossing the street Forgetful of himself Mr ConnorI grasped a lady just in time to save her from being dashed under the heavyI machine but in doing so was struck andI knocked to the ground Friends ruhed1 to his asedstance while the police l arrested the auto driver Mr OConnor luckily escaped iinjury and therefore asked that the recklese culprit b j released with a repeiwandtwhich wasI done y ORANGEMEN Continue to Prevent Concilia Englandnand Ireland Landlords Organized the Cam pain Waged Ag lnst- lUacDonnell Joiiu Redmond the Irish Leader Satisfied With Pres out Situation DECLARES A CRISIS IS IMMINENT I can bring about conciliation be tween two such bad friends as England and France have been but when I try to establish good feeling between England and Ireland two countries of my own dominions I fail miserably This bitter comment according to a well authenticated story told in high political quarters King Edward made on the MacDonnell crisis which still threat ens the very existence of the Balfour Cabinet The fierce opposition of the Irish Orange faction the long dominant caste frightened Wyndham and Balfour away from the home rule policy which Irish Under Secretary MacDonnells le- tIter of appointment unmistakably shows they had decided in the fall of 1902 reset on foot While the sand bill was in the balance the landlords who get a bonus of 60I000000 under its provisions and are mainly Orangemen held their hand but i the instant it became law they began a I campaign against MacDonnell to pre vent fruition of the second part of his policy administrative reform which was to follow The Orange party is now pressing for dismissal of Viceroy Dudley and MacDonnell As both have declard their determina tion on no account to resign so long as they are in the Government the Orange men will remain implacable But Bal four knows that if Dudley be dismissed he will avow hlnself an outandout home ruler as the result of his knowledge and experience of Irish government while i IftMacDonnell1 be thrown over be will vindicate himself by disclosures which will I prove the absolute complicity of Balfour 1 and the whole Cabinet in the projected home rule scheme not merely in the mild innocuous plan of reform of Dublin Castle which is now claimed by the Cabinet to be the goal of their policy So Balfour is between the Orange devil on one side and the DudleyMacDonnell deep sea on the other merely a choice of evils His disclosure of the MacDonnell Wyndham correspondence which has already shaken the Unionist party to its J foundations was not voluntary but under absolute compulsion There is a constitutional usage in Parliament that any document quoted from by a Minister in debate must be producedIn full unless the Premier chooses to set up the plea that such revelation would be injurious to the State Both Wyndham and Lans downs had already quoted harmless extracts from these documents so the Irish party forced their production in full John Redmond Chairman of the Irish party said to a correspondent The crisis is providential at this particular moment on the eve of a general election as Balfour was shaping the appeal to the country on the danger to the union involved in a Liberal victory We have i spiked that gun Then the weakkneed among the Liberals whom Balfour hoped- to frighten by the resurrection of the home rule bogey see even Unionist Min- Isters i convinced the continuance of the present Irish system of government is of impossible if the country is to be saved Of course we Irish Nationalists would never accept as final the devolution scheme which Dunraven inspired asfslated by Wyndham and MacDonnell had projected but we know the very moment you touch the rotten Dublin Castle system the whole fabric will quickly totter leaving no alternative but the establishment of an Irish Parliament J So the election which the Liberals proposed to fight on the fiscal question will be fought equally on home rule with the victoryEven that j the Imperial Government should be dragged at the tail of the wretched Or ange faction are also strongly influenced by knowledge that the King is behind the whole reform movement and will continue to promote it whichever party be in power LIFES WORK DONE The Winchester Democrat announces tha death of Thomas Blake one of Clark respe4edcitizenshis home on Mount Abbott after an illness of several years While at work in Virginia more than three years ago he f became affected with some disease pf the t the eyes which after a short period completely deprived him of sight and later paralysis was added to his other afflictions Deceased was from County Clare Ireland but came to this country at an early age coming to Winchester from Carlisle He was fiftyfive years of age and is survived by his wife and eight children Messrs John Earl and Mike Blake rand Mrs John ryiofLexijj hilton Misses Agues Gertrude Margaret and Cecilia Blakek f Winchester The funeral was held at St Josephs church the solemn services being conducted by Rev William B Ryan the interment being at Mt Sterling Thomas Blake was known as a alai Unostentatious man devoted to hja family and friends and his death is mourned by the com inanity in which hellived MANY MENTIONED But Few Have Announced For City and County r Offices The gentle spring time is now on and the candidate for office is abroad in the land after a most rigorous winter In November there are to be elected to various city and county offices some eighty persons This includes a Mayor thirty six members of the General Council six school Trustees Magistrates Constables a County Judge Assessor and other offi cers of the city and county While many have been spoken of as candidates but few have officially announced The Kentucky Irish Ameri can his been authorized to announce a few whose names appear in our advertising columns No authority has been given us to announce any of the others who have been favorably mentioned The time for the primary is now growing close It would be to the interest of all the Democratic candidates to announce in these columns at least before St Pat ricks day On that day this paper will issue a double number which will have a wide circulation among the voters of Louisville and Jefferson county It is a physical impossibility for the advertis ing manager of the Kentucky Irish American to see all of the candidates before that time The business office of this paper is easily accessible by telephone j or otherwise and those who send iin their announcemnts now will have an advantage over those who come later a LONG TRIP Father Hillebrand to Visit Palestine and Holy Land The Rev Joseph Henry Hillebrand for many years the zealous and popular rector of St Marys of the Knobs the noted little Catholic church in Lafayette township five miles north of New Al banyr wilt leave within the next two weeks for a trip to Palestine and the Holy Land Father Hillebrand has been an indefatigable worker and needs theI vacation the first he has had for a longtime Though his parishioners will miss him greatly they hope his trip will be an enjoyable one and that he will return to them benefited in mind and body It is not yet known what priest will be assigned to St Marys while he is away During his absence Father Hillebrand will visit Rome and the leading points ofI interest in continental Europe Before his departure there will be gatherings of his friends end people to show their affection and bid him farewellII FAITHFUL OFFICER I I Patrolman Thomas Shelley Is Relieved After Thirty Five Years Service Patrolman Thomas Shelley who was I appointed in March 1870 a member of the police department asked to be retired J3 March 1 after thirtyfive years service and his request was granted I He will draw half pay for life Patrolman Shelley was born in Ireland sixty J1 five years ago During Lis long service I in the department he has never been reprimanded for misconduct or neglect duty His record was so good that J1 Col Gunther expressed regret on his retirement Mr Shelley is related to 1 r Thomas Shelley and the welll known family of that name- NONPAREIL CLUB CARNIVAL The Nonpareil Club has completedall arrangements for its mask carnival to take place at the New Athletic Club on Mardi Gras night The members and j many friends of the club will vie with j each other as to who shall have the mostII effective costume either in a comical or attractive way An unusually good J dance programme has been composed and the affair promises to be a big success The club will give its anniversary dance at the New Athletic Club on St Patricks J night GIVEN GOLD BADGE t Capt Patrick Sheehan of the local J fire department received a pleasant sur i prise Monday night Members of the I Knights of Rest and numerous other friends assembled at his engine house and presented him A handsome goldII badge The speech was made by Chief j Tyson and was pronounced his best effort Capt Sheehan is recognized as a valiant firefighter as well as popular citizen and the badge will be worn with all honor and dignity 1 JOHN QUEENAN DeADI We regret to chronicle the death of John J Queeuan ft highly respected citi zen tad trusted representative of the GblnlO Norton Dry Goods Company Awifefuneral will be announced la the daily papers 5 y71- n BANQUET Will Be Feature of the Celebra ilea of St Patricks Day Interest in the Big Initiation Is UnabatedAll After the Prize Toasts Will Bring Out Oratory and Wit of Highest Order RECEIVE COMMUNION NEXT SUNDAY There is no abatement of interest i Irish Catholic circles in the coming cele bration of St Patricks day by the Appllcatlons I be initiated is almost certain to be the largest ever witnessed in this country The banquet will be a notable one and members who have not yet received their tickets should notify the Secretaries of their respective divisions at once iin order that seats may be reserved for them Messrs John Mulloy and Denny Coleman are arranging the menu card which will be a souvenir worth preserv ingNational Delegate George Butler will preside as toastmaster and Judge Matt ODoherty will respond to The Day We Celebrate National Secretary Carroll of Ohio the guest of honor will respond to Our Order and Thomas Walsh will have as his theme The Hibernian as an American Citizen Newton G Rogers will respond to The Catholic Press and the other addresses will be of an im promptu nature From the foregoing it will be apparent that a rare intellectual treat is in store for those so fortunate as to be at the festive board Not quite two weeks now remain until St Patricks day and those members who have proposed candidates should assist the officers in having them duly notified and prepared for the initiatory ceremonies which will begin promptly at 8 oclock in the Scottish Rite Cathed ral on March 17 There isYet plenty of applicationsIfpart of the members The contest for the gold prize is being valiantly fought and it as yet impossible to say who will be the winner All the divisions are hustling and will doubtless be in the race to the last minute Every member who has proposed a candidate should see him next week and if possible have him obligated before the big event Tuesday night Hibernian Hall was crowded to see twelve new members received into Division L Resolutions were adopted instructing Secretary Keenan 19 send return postals to each member who will sign them and let the division know whether or not they will attend the banquet This Is absolutely necessary in order that the proper arrangements can be made Two able andeloquent addresses were made by President James Barry and Thomas Walsh pronounced by many the best heard for some time Quite a large number of visitors were present and were interested in the work of the eveningDivision 3 meets Monday night and Division 4 on Wednesday and not again until after March 17 unless called in special session It is expected the hall will be tested to its capacity both nights Division 2 met last night and received a number of additions and will be well represented the initiation Division 1 will close its work on Tuesday March 14 and there will be great disappointment if there are not then present at least a hundred new members to receive the obligation The Ladles Auxiliary determined not to be outdone by their Hibernian brothers filed eight applications for member ship In their organization and are arranging for an Initiation and reception on Wednesday evening March 15 All were gratified with the report of the Aud sting Committee which shows the aux iliary in splendid condition and with a nice treasury Miss Mary Sheridan presided with a grace and knowledge that greatly assisted the ladies in transacting a vast amount of business and adjourning at an early hour An has been the custom since the formation of the order all over the world the Hibernians will do honor to their patron saint by approachirg holy communion on the Sunday preceding St Patricks day In Louisville the mem bers of the four divisions will assemble at St Patricks church and attend the 630 oclock mass one week from tomorrow As each division is expected to be fully represented the sight will be a most edi fying one SURPRISED THE AUDIENCE The musical and dramatic entertain rent of the pupils of St Marys paro chial school last Sunday night in St Marys Hall was a moat delightful sur rinse to the parents of the children and the friends of the school Every number was excellently rendered and the two interesting dramas were given a perfect rendition Another entertainment will be given tomorrow night for which5 a still better programme hIlS been anauxedBeMd s farcr abd domed ii- a it t will be replete with musical numbers and a most artistic and difficult flag drill and tableau The selections to be rendered by the St Cecilia Club will be among the more prominent features and the entire performance will be a testimonial to the careful training the children receive at the hands of the Sisters of Loretto INDUSTRY FOR IRELAND Americans Contemplate the Erection of Extensive Woolen Mills Nothing has yet been published abou- an important scheme now being developed by two San Francisco men for start ing a woolen industry in the West of Ireland The men in question are Robert C Mackeown and Alexander Henderson and they have J50000 with which to carry out their project Messrs Mac keown and Henderson who arrived in den cided to commence operations in an ob I scare little village called Leenane in the wilds of Connemara and beneath the shadow of Kylemore Castle the western seat of the Duke and Duchess of Manchester The selection of this site is due to the recommendation of the Duke who met the promoters in New York and dilated on the possibilities of the Irish industrial revival particularly in that part of Ireland where labor is cheap and natural resources abundant The scheme outlined is as follows A mill worked by water power will be erected and Amen can machinery the latest pattern will be introduced Large tracts of land on the rugged mountain side will be acquiredand a hardy Scotch breed of sheep will be reared thereon The wool obtained from these sheep will pass through the various processes of coloring carding and cleansing at the mill and will be finally turned into cloth which will be known as Connemara Home spun Tweed Messrs Mackeown and Henderson believe that they will be able to provide employment for between 200I and 300 persons including men and women TAKE THE LEAD President Roosevelt Selects Catholic Boys Band For Inaugural netherproof j for old friends and his fidelity to his promises by sending to the Catholic Protectory Band of New York City an urgent personal letter inviting the boys to head the inaugural street procession to take place in Washington on March 4 At his Inauguration as Governor of New York State January 1 1899 this band had a prominentplace in the parade and its music pleased the future President so mightily that at the close of the exercises he hunted up the organization in order i to compliment its members on their tal ent and to shake hands with each of the boys The leader of the band with happy prescience spoke up saying that when Mr Roosevelt became President the boys wished to play in his parade at Washing ton and the promise was made that if the Governor ever became President this band should head the inaugural parade The boys sheltered within the Protec torys walls are usually bright lads and many of them have the gift of music which comes only to those naturally favored These are trained to playJtogether year after year as long as they remain in the institution and as the older ones leave there are always new comers to step into their places The result is that this band can stir the heart of any man whose soul is not dead to the c influence of harmony in sound and there is a constant demand for its services on j public occasions in the metropolis and the larger Eastern citie- sARCHBISHOP Will Deliver the Address of Welcome to Catholic Federation The various committees entrusted with the matter have for several weeks been actively engaged in perfecting details for the great meeting to be held tomor row night in New Orleans under the auspices of the Federation of Catholic Societies of Louisiana aud the Morning Star says everything indicates this will be the largest and most representative gathering of Catholics ever assembled in the city of New Orleans Archbishop Chapelle has consented to deliver the ad dress of welcome on behalf of the clergy and Cardinal Gibbons if still in the city will also address the meeting Gen J B Levert has been selected as Chairman of the Reception Committee made up of cityThisheld on the occasion of the visit to New Orleans of the members of the Executive Board of the National Federation of which Dr J W Fowler of this city is a member Among the various matters to be discussed by the National Executive Board will be the question of fixing the date of the next national convention j which is to be held in New Orleans ItII is expected that the convention will be Ii held some time in October 1905 but no one can forecast the determination of the board la this matter Archbishop Mess tner and Bishop MCPaul during their ExcellencyA I if- LF 0 PATRIOT PRIESTA T Indiana Leglfllaturo Takes Steps to Collect Data AboutrFather Glbnult Helped George Rogers Clark to Reduce British Post at Yincenncs Furnished Money Which tho tGovernment Has Never Repaid WAS AN INTERESTING CHARACTER Legielature andlabors a QuebecinunderFrenchpriest who made it possible for Gen George Rogers Clark to capture Vin cennes from the English and make itan American post From that conquest Micl1lganWisconsinwere acquired to the United States from the British The life and labors of Father thelifetohispr the old St Francis Xavier Cathedral at VincennesJacob Dunn the present City Con troller of Indianapolis who has written a history of Indiana and several other works started the movement to have the collecteda IndianamissIonarypriestGeneral of the diocese of Quebec He was not the first priest to visit Vincennes The first white man to visit the Territory was a Jesuit in 1075 Pierre Gibault came to the post at Vincennes in 1770 at the request of the people who wrote to the Bishop that a priest had not visited them for five years thefallscapture aidedbypeopleintoaddressingthemUnited States as against the British Had it not been for Father Gibault Gen Clarks march would have been a failure and his mission capturedVincennes and Father Gibault accom panied him and did much to assure the inhabitants of the post that it was to their Interest to side with the United States For his services he subsequently received the public thanks of Virginia Now that the papers relating to Father Gibault are to be Collected and printed relatingto t sionaries of the early days will doubtless be brought to light Father Gibault was succeeded as priest at Vincennes in 1792 by Father Benedict Joseph Flaget alter ward the first Bishop of the diocese of LouisvilleNext Gen sayaIudgehistorian the United States are indebted more to Father Gibault for the acccession of the States in what was originally the Northwest Territory than to any other i lFatherClark but he furnished him money to buy food for his troops This money was never paid back to him Father H WaynehasVincennes and in this work he prints a letter from the patriot priest dated May 16 1790 This letter is a memorial toythe Governor of the Northwest Territory andj gives a clear insight to the noble patriotic disinterestedness of mind and heart of this patriotic priest The undersigned writes Father Gibault has the hotter to represent to your Excellency that from the moment ntrybybeen backward in venturing his life on the many occasions in which he found f that his presence was useful and at times sacrificing his gaveforFather Giba alt goes on to say that he only received paper dollars in return for the property which he furnished the troops of the United States and the de predation of this money had caused him great hardship So much so that he was compelled to sell two good slaves who would now be the support of his old age and for the want of whom he now finds himself dependent on the public In return for this money Father Gibault asks the Government to deliver to him a strip of land embracing five acres theletterThomasJeffersonUnitedStatesofFatherthelanda debt of gratitude to Father Gibault and it is well that Mr Dunn has inaugurated the movement in CQtIleclidlaborsopposition to the passage ol the bill which was introduced by Representative Gardiner u u 1 y 4 1 QNTU KY IRISH AMERICAN f KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGfW M M n p t eveted to the Moral asd Social Advancement of all Irlnk Americana KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Bnterd at the LoNUvllle PostoMlce as Sec dCUss Matter i 4d tetiaM ConiBflnlcilloHitotfce KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 Welt QrecnSlrett tt tTRADESluNION COUNCIL I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 4 1905 THE LENTEN SEASON The penitential season of Len- will begin next Wednesday with ththel e churches The regulations for Lent in the diocese of Louisville which will be read in all the Catho lic churches tomorrow will bei about the same as for last andI previous years The Lenten regulations in the diocese of Louisville are not herdI to keep In order to keep Lentt one need not put on sackcloth andI ashes or have the blues or a sour face The largest part of our miseries come out of our own mind out of our distorted views of things To remember our mercies is toI bury our miseries There is a lot of good in this old world and they get it who go after it Lent is a time to think 6f the merciesI t bestowed on us and to look on the bright side of things We can do much during Lent which will be beneficial to us in many ways It is a time for abstinence for reflection y and prayer Services appro priate to the season will be heldl during Lent in all the churches I and we should make an effort toI attend them- INDIANA CATHOLIC KNIGHTS The biennial State convention of the Catholic Knights of America held in New Albany during this week details of which appear iin our local columns gives a faint shadow of how strong this organi zatlon is in the Hoosier State The editor of the Kentucky Irish Amer ican had the honor and pleasure of being present and participating in the proceedings but mainly in the social festivities incident to the meeting It may be said without fear of contradiction that no more successful convention of the order was ever held nk ptate father Kelly of Holy Trinity the Very Rev Dean Faller of St Marys and all the clergy assisted in mak ing the convention pleasant and profitable The citizens of New Albany Catholic and nonCatholic vied with each other in showing the delegates honors The Mayor of the city Hon William V Grope made the address of wel come to the delegates on behalf of the municipality and all the city and county officials including County Auditor Thomas Hanlon made the delegates feel that they were not in a strange land In the election of Peter McCarthy of Vincennes as President the Indi ana Knights made no mistake He is a progressive man and will do much to forward the order in the State The same may be said of his fellowofficers Details of the proceedings will be found in our K local columns THE LATE REVIVAL The leading Baptist newspaper in Kentucky the Western Recorder says the recent revival in Louisville conducted by travel ing evangelists was not a success though newspapers puffed up the I meetings and recorded 4000 con I I versions when there were probably I not 400 Rev Dr W P Harvey associate editor and business manager of the Recorder in t I an interview in one of the daily papers says that the truth about the recent revival is that it was a I failure and that it was not a genuine revival at all Dr Harvey 1 is an Irishman and has the habit t of speaking out in meeting and elsewhere balieving thattthet truth will tmke you free He 1 admits tbat gmt crowds attended the a tBg8 of the visiting evan 11- lJ gelists but the results were dis sayts that advertising and boosting i 1the daily papers are not the things needed when sinners are to be convertedIn Albany the evangelists shut out the ministers of the Christian denomination founded by that good old Irishman Ale ander Campbell known as the Campbellite church and they hav had trouble on their hands ever since The Campbellites say the revival in New Albany was failureThe evangelists who visited Louisville according to the daily papers secured 9000 for their servicesIn Evangelist Barnett was paid 500 or 250 a week for his services and he made many of the Elks and other non Catholics angry It is none of our quarrel but it is refreshing to hear Protest spectk oat against spasmodic form off religion which accomplishes noth ing Dr Harvey is to be commended for telling the truth Atl the outset some of these travelin evangelists started out to abuse the Pope and the Catholic church butt they were called down SCHOOL TRUSTEE CALVIN School Trustee J W Galvin off the Fortyninth district compris ing the Eighth and Ninth wards feels it incumbent upon himself to insist upon the establishment of a mechanical training school for negroes where they may be taught useful trades This may all be very well in theory and Dr Gal vins efforts in behalf of the negroes in this district may beI commendable in many quarters If trades schools are tobe established Dr Galvins first dutYitothe white boys in his district The negroes have shown very little disposition to work at trades of anyI kind and to try to establish schools for this class whilst white boys go without any training is class legis lation If School Trustee Galvin expects to serve the people of thisI district he will be obliged to cut out his partiality for the negroI Whilst there are many negro votjj I ers in the district Dr Galvin should know that white supremecy J is still in the ascendancy in his asC well as the other districts I CATHOLICS IN STRIKES We heartily agree with the Syratt cuse Sun that Catholic laymen bestC serve the interests of the church when under trying conditions they show themselves earnest and uptt rightgood Christians and good citizens Some one years ago declared that all England would become Catholic if every one professing 1 the faith would live up toJ it in letter and in spirit TheJJ same might be said of Americaiji We have thousands who firmly believe in the truths of our holy faith but are far from practicing that which they believe A Cath olic ought at all times to stand for 1 sincere piety Christian morality and law and order He ought never to engage in a disreputable business nor become a party to a 1 questionable transaction of any sort Where Catholics dominate they ought earnestly to strive to make that community a model onet There ought never to be strife or violence there no matter what the temptation And we believe that t Catholics usually do live up to their religion in this latter respect unless misled by some adroit and designing agitators Fall River Masshas the reputation of being J J n- rs preeminently a Catholic city It has thousands of Irish Catholics French Canadian Catholics Ger man Catholics and Catholics that are Poles Italians and Bohemians As all people know it has just been the scene of a long and terrible5 strike and yet in a letter pubi listed a fortnight ago Judge Job J McDonogh of that place said Fall Riverthe metropolis I the cottonjindustry in the Unit- eStatesis theJmost cosmopolitan of cities in our country in proportion to its population and I have great pride in saying that during the six months of this strike not a dollars worth of damagehas been done ItO 11the person or property of those tak ing part in this great industrial I contest No violence no threat- no disorder on the contrary peaceable manly bearing on th part of all our citizens has placed Fall River in the very forefront off abixd ing Christian community It u striethe city has lost 4500000 i wages normally paid the operatives 1and the several labor unions treasuries have grown lean by payingr lout 200000 more while the city government has spent 50000 and the Commonwealth 6000 and thousands of dollars have beet donated by labor organizationsi churches charitable societies and1 individuals in contributions for those who suffered from the strike One of the most beautiful lessons of this contest is that the der cloud of suffering and misery revealed the silver lining of symI pathy and charity which howev t dormant in human nature need only to be aroused for a generous suchg as existed in Pall River during the past six months Is not this a tribute to the influence of the Catholic religion uron her children Have not those Fall River Catholics set a example to strikers everywhere Every Catholic in the land ought t to be proud of his or her core Unionists over in the Bay State These people may be foreignerss but Judge McDonough testifies that they know how to behave Whenever such lawabiding people strike in order to better their con dition they deserve the moral an financial support of all Christian people Now let Catholics th country over emulate the noble record made by oftsorelytried brethren of New England More can be won by peace than by violence Judge Edward F Dunne has been nominated lor Mayor of Chicago by the Democrats The platform on which he was nomi nated favors the city owning allII the public utilities including the street car lines After the city gets the properties the people shall1I decide by referendum vote if they want municipal operation as welll as municipal ownership Judge Dunne is one of the ablest men iinI Chicago and his election is predicted by conservative men in both parties His opponent is JamesI Harlan who was born in Kentucky a son of Justice Harlan Hon James J Fitzgerald of Louisville will be the principal1l orator on the occasion of the celebration commemorating Robert Emmets birthday to be held i New Haven Conn March 12 His e an orator of national reputation and his address will no doubt be very interesting Mr Fitzgerald came to Louisville from New Haven and has many friends iin that city Oliver G Kelly of Lebanon has purchased a half interest in the Lebanon Enterprise This will lighten the labors of Thomas Mat tingly but assures still greater popularity for the Enterprise which has come to be a welcome visitor in nearly all the homes in that section The Lebanon Enterprise one of the brightest and best conducted- ofour Kentucky exchanges last wejek turned the twentieth mile atone Editor Thomas MattJngly deserves the aueteseachieved andI Enterpriseshouldu oja c i 1 1 GIETvr 9Mlsa Marie McIntyre has been visiting relatives at Lebanon Miss Elsie Hancock has returned from St Marys where sbe visited Mrs W C Carrico Miss Alice Hickey will leave tomorrow andOEastd fWilliam J Daly of West Main street has just recovered from an attack of the grip tMiss Mary Crawley of 2521 Rowan street has just recovered from a even attack of grip- Thomas OConnell and John M ngat have been spending the past week at West Baden Springs 9Miss Mayme Egan of Oakdale has been spending the past week as the guest- a of relatives at Danville eMisses Lillie and Lizzie McCloud will arrive home tomorrow from a ten days trip spent in New York City and the East Miss Edna Heverin will entertain a partyeto be given at the Hopkins this after- n noon Our deny readers will regret to leer that Mrs William Patterson is quite 111 with the grip at her home 2609 Wes Main street Edward Murphy of the Louisville Nashville who left loaf week for Hot Springs writes friends that his con dltion is improving The friends of Mrs William Heaton 1539 Bank street will be delighted tio learn that she is again able to be out after an attack of grip Misses Katie Ansbro Mary Dwan andI Margaret Shea well known young ladle Ieof this city are ill at their respective homes to the great regret of their many friends rJobn B OConnell the welt know- distiller for Weller Sons and John J Kelly of the Louisville Nashville hue gone to New Orleans to witnesi the Mardi Gras festivities Messrs Michael and Garrett Foley of Pewee Valley left the first of the jveek for an extended tonr of the South and will attend the Mardi Gras celebration New Orleans before returning Miss Margaret Flynn 2520 St Cecili- n street entertained a number of friends Wednesday evening in honor of Misses Rose Schroeder and Leona Kalb who have been visiting here this week The many friends of Thomas Fitzpat rick the well known and reliable letter carrier will be glad to know that he hasI recovered from his illness and will be able to make his rounds again next week Miss Rosa Herp the pretty daughter of Mrs Mary Herp residing on the Bards town road became the bride of Leo announceiwent comes as a pleasant surprise to their many friends and admirers eMisses KatieHcnleySnd Kate Conroy gave a jolly theater box party at the Masonic Thursday afternoon in honor oft Misses Rose Schroeder and Leona Kalb of Madison who have been extensively entertained by Louisville friends this weekAlbert E Rabin the well known at torney left Wednesday for Washington D C to attend to law business and witness the inauguration ceremonies He will spend two or three weeks in the East visiting New York and the larger Eastern cities One of the pleasant society events of the week wa the reception given by Miss Mary Reiger at her home 2241 West Jefferson street in honor of Miss Rose Schroeder and Miss Leona Kalb who 1have been the guests of the Misses Raidy West Main street MissesEva and Ida Raidy entertained last night with a bowling party at Hoch strassers alleys in honor of their charm ling guests Misses Leona Kalb aud Rose Schroeder of Madison Ind The surprise of the evening was the scores recorded the ladies leading the gentle man in all the games rolled Misses Rita and Eleanor Sullivan en tertained on Wednesday evening Those present were Misses Ruby Dick Ella Dick Amy Gravel Libble Graves Rose McDonald Sallie Finn Marie Newman Loretta Rehm Nina Long and Mary JamesnCoons Edward Grieb John Dwan Louis Dugan Joe Carey Joe Hanrahan Dixon Flippin and Burdette Kirkbride John Moran and Miss Mary Agnes Goss both well known in Catholic society circles surprised their many friends by being quietly united in the holy bonds of wedlock iu this city Wednesday evening at 5 oclock after which the couple were the guests of honor at a reception at the residence of the brides brother Martin Goss in Jef fersonville The bride and groom are now on a short honeymoon trip and will nqj return before the latter part of next week Mr Moran is the well known pork packer One of the prettiest weddings of the week was that of Miss Louise Dietz aud William MuMbaum solemnized with nup tial high mass atSt Vincent de PaulI church in the presence of a large gather ing of relatives and friends The beauti ful ceremouy was performed by Rev Father Ohle who was first to congratulate the young couple laB brief but happy address Both bride and groom j are popular and have a wide circle of 1 acquaintances Following the church J ceremony there wu a reception and wed j i GIVE US YOUR QRDER OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET A OPW A ding breakfast at the Dietz home where the bride and groom were showered with congratulations and received many valuable wedding presents St Marys church on Eight street was the scene of a brilliant nuptial ceremony Thursday afternoon the contracting par ties being Miss Josephine A Miller and Louis J Miller As the bridal party entered the church they were met at th altar by the Rev Father Westerman who performed the ceremony that united for ever the worthy young couple The bride is the amiable and attractive daugh ter of Mr and Mrs Adam Miller West Broadway and has been one of the prominent leaders in German Catholic social circles The groom is a well known and highly respected young man andI for several years has been associated withl George Hinesley in conducting the Eng rUsh Kitchen restaurant on Jefferson street After a reception at the home of tonr New Orleans where they will spendI their honeymoon St Williams church was the scene ofr a notable wedding Wednesday at noon t the contracting parties being Thomas J McDonough the popular Deputy Jailer and Miss Elizabeth Brown a most highly TLne beautiful marriage ceremony was per formed by the Rev Denis Murphy and thatathronged the church Messrs Neill Mc Devitt and Joseph Duane were the ushers Immediately after the church ceremony the bride and groom were entertained a reception and dinner at the residence of the brides mother 1101 Dumesnil street In the evening the happy couple left on their honeymoon trip and are now in New Orleans where they will remain until after the Mardi Gras festivities They have been the recipients of many congratulations and numerou hand some presents with which to begin house keeping With their legion of friends we wish them a long life of joy and hap piness POPE TEAM 0 Leads Now by Only Two In the Satolli Council Contest Monday evening Satolli Council held its regular meeting which was well at tended and interesting from start to finish George M Eady and James Scally were obligated and the applies tions of Richard Mulloy James Toner and Ollie Crush were received and re ferred to the Membership Committee The contest for members is still on the Pope team now leading with six as against the Colgans four There prom ises to be something doing however before the latter concede defeat Satolli Council decided to join in the publication of a directory of the Y M I members throughout the State The communication from Robert Doyle Coun cil of Cincinnati relative to the home of that council was favorably acted upon Tile resignations of Edward Aud Louis T Welch and William Rose were received and as all of the gentlemen named are now residing in the South their resig nations were accepted David Negley was granted a transfer to Trinity Coun cil though Satolli reluctantly parted with him on account of the long and faithful services he had rendered that council President Crotty declared vacant the office of Recording Secretary and Joseph Lenihan was nominated for same The election will be held next Sunday afternoon when Satolli will meet that date having been selected because of the dance to be given at the Weissinger Gaulbert building on Monday night The demand for invitations to the dance has been so heavy that steps have been taken by the committee to limit the at tendance GOOD FOR FRED The bookbinders of the city have elected popular Fred Herp with the Dearing Printing Company President of their union Fred is not only a first class workman but is possessed of execu tive ability that insures a careful and business administration of the affairs of the organization It is only such mex that can obtain just recognition for labor unions from employers and the public and the bookbinders can congratulate themselves over his election LABORS NIGHT The Louisville Federation of Labor has made arrangements for a record breaking fancy dress mask ball and carnival at Photnix Hill Hall next Monday sight Plenty of amuseiaeBt and a good utae tar all Is promised o tJ i00D WORK Printing j FAIR PRICES Kentucky Irish American it fMf Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor EmbalmereCarriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 810 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETT DIRECTORAND STREETtWith 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 + + t t t t t t t H DflNIEL Ja DOUGHERTY FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER BOTH PHONES 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1231 West Market Street Bet 12th and 13th Alt CalU Answered Promptly Day or Night H t+ MM+ + + t + M M ll- j IHMHMHH I 1 1 1 1 H 111I1 fli fli E TRACY LOff 1111I111 BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS STREETShort i- MMmit +Ju11 11 HI11 I H I 1 +1 1 1 r 1 11 111+111 1111 1H1H H wI oJo1 THOMAS KEENANr Funeral Director and Embalmer I All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages S Furnished for All OccasionsrBoth Phones 365 1225 W MARKET STREET JHHIHiHHH I i 1 1 IMMMM MMI 1 1 llllMI i M lli I KATIE AGNES SMITH Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and children a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 652 Fifth Street Both Phones 1180 Established 1863 JOHN RATTfRMAN Successor to Mrs George Rfitttrman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions All calls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST C B THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 812 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jeflirton Both Tetaphorea1050 51II All orders receive prompt attentlonaad satisfaction guaranteed IJ C f YOUR TEETH NEED JTTENTIONI Have your work doue by those who do the best work Teeth extracted without pain Prices reasonable Office hours 8 to 5 oclock Sundays 0 to 12 oclock DR H Ji GOUCHMAN Dentist Bacoa Bulldlaft 551 FOURTH AVENUE DRINK H6nru 6 WfliKii BOTTLED BY HENRY C lAtJERr- ut I 47 JiReninnMrMl TBUBPMONE 4 a- i IL r tijfijmm IL K NTVOKY IRISH AMERIoAN 1 i HUBBUCHBROS 524 526 and 528 W Market StreetY- ou have always known this store for handling reliable fabrics in F Carpets and Rugs A right established by years of splendid service exceptional merchandise correctly priced More than ever now is the distinction rightly placed Our magnificent building permitting greatly enlarged selling space superior light and improved facilitieshelps us to larger stocks and better assortments Your inspection of our offerings kindly solicited I 1905 November Election 1905 A1 HCHARLTOH Y Gdxicliclnte haZ STATE SENATOR r 38th Senatorial Dlstrlct8th 9th IQtb 11th and 12th Wards Subject to Action of the Democratic Party A 100 lIloVcuX1be1 Elootlorx 1OOt3 THOMAS A SHELLEY CciiacliclcvtG For TAX RECEIVERSUBJECT TO ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTYA P S RAYFOR County Assessor JEFFERSON COUNTY SUBJECT TO ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY 1905 NOVEMBER ELECTION 19O5 ALP V OLDHAM4 C 1TDIDATJ3 FOR CLERK POLICE COURTSu- bject to Action of the Democratic Party 1905 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1905 SQUIRE JOHN M ADAMS CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party OLD AND RARE WHISKIES A SPECIALLY rF BLUE GRASS EXCHANGEL- ouis 4 Wabnit Co Proprietors STOlldAtIl 1 HENRY AAIJr JJ1 PULSj DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Fifth Streetphone asap 528 GO TOII Pioneer Bottling House FOR STRAIGHT WHISKIES e BIG JUG AT DOOR j DP IDAJTCOP 913 WEST BROADWAY near Union SUtlet W H PIPES 347 FIFTH STREET Real Estate JLoans Quick Money on Real EstateAny t Amounts Bring Your Deed Houses and Lots Boughts and Sold Loans Negotiated H HOLLYS PILE CURE Cures any and all kinds of piles Cure guaranteed or money refunded Mall orders receive prompt attention If your druggist has not got it order from Holly Bros 2324 W Walnut St Louisville Ky BIG FOUR THE BEST LINE T- OIndianapolis Peoria Chicago AND Ail POINTS IN INDIANA and MICHIGAN Glivilandf Buffalo HIV York BosiMf AND ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished ontoapplicatioBat City Ticket iee1IeloV Route 659 Fourth Ave or writs tAgtLtsletilk I c e r l 7 MMUSICALEm l AND DANCE GIVEN BY THE LADIES AUXILIARY ANCIENT ORDER OF HIBERNIANS AT LEWIS HALL 26th and Portland Avenue TONIGHT MARCH 4 Performance will commence at 8 oclock sharp ADMISSION 25 CENTS 7UtACAULEYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Matinee THE OTHER GIRL Thursday EveningROSE COQHLAN Friday and Saturday Evenings and Sat urday Matinee RICHARD MANSFIEIJ HOPKINSMarket Theater built for comfort and safety Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Mar 5 TWO SHOWS DAILY ROSE STAHL COI- n The Chorus Lady by James Forbes Eleanor Falk comedienne 3 Musical Heltons Phyllis Allen contralto Hen ning Lewis Hennings comedy The Biograph and other acts were seeing PROSPER TROUPE Famous Acro- batsBUCKINGHAM WEEK COHUSNCINS SUNDAY tAi 6 Httlnui Sunday Monday Wedneidiy Bitnrdij THE POPULAR Kentucky Belles SETTER THAN EVER Catchy music bright specialties funny comedians and two big burlesques Recently a Nationalist meeting was held establish anew branch of the United VCrRevan important addreee n- i n IRELAND Record of the Most Important ef the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Archbishop of Castiel has subscribed 25 to the Thurles feis The Most Rev Dr Howley Arch bishop of Newfoundland has been visiting in Kilkenny Subscriptions to the amount of 250 were received at a meeting held in Clan mel in support of the Irish Parliamentary- fund The Catholic church at Barren near Warrenpoint was entered by some un known persons who rifled ttife vestry and altar and stole the sacred vessels Sister Mary Justin Croke relative ot the late Archbishop Croke has passed away in the convent at Carrlgtwoljill Midleton at the age twentytwo years The Claremorris Guardians have rescinded the resolution passed by them declining to levy a rate in favor of technical education and have agreed to continue the levy The Galway County Council has rescinded the resolution deciding to levy a rate under Section 12 of the local government actjfor the relief of the distress pre vailing in the county At a meeting of the Taghmon branch of the United Irish League the President the Very Rev Canon Furlong promised the National Directory the approval and loyal support of the branch The Druagh branch of the United Irish League have decided to support no candidate for Parliamentary or other honors who does not pledge himself to vote on all occasions for compulsory purchase- At a meeting of the Executive of North east Cork recently Father Kennedy in the chair a resolution to send six dele gates to the Cork Advisory Committee was defeated by sixtythree to fortysix votesJohn Kerry OConnor Craig House Castleisland has been appointed to the Commissionjof the Peace for the County Kerry on the recommendation of the Earl of Kenmare Lieutenant for the countyJudge Barry decided in a case at Wick low quarter sessions that under the land act of 1881 a judicial tenant was entitled to take and use surface stones although the mineral rights were reserved to the landlordRecently the Earl of Mayo was in vested with the insignia of the Order of the Knight of St Patrick at Dublin Cas tie His Excellency the Lord Lieutenant Grand Master of the order presided at J the ceremonial Galway County Council has passed a resolution in opposition to the public bodies order and have instructed theirII solicitor to advise as to the steps neces sary to be adopted to have the order with drawn or quashed Recently in CarrickonSnir the Bishop of Waterford opened a two days bazar inaugurated to celebrate the centenary of the establishment of the Christian Broth ers in the town His Lordship delivered an interesting and eloquent address At the annual meeting of the Drrry Chamber ofiConjmerce Chairman Herd man referred to the prosperity of the Donegal fishing industry and said thatII Derry as the capital of Donegal should reflect the prosp ritycc The ceremonies in connection with the silver jubilee of the Very Rev Father Brennan President of Rockwell College Cashel concluded on Thursday when the Chairman of the committee presented him with a beautiful gold watch and chainJudge Ross sanctioned sale to ten ants of the Bingham estate near Bal mullet at twentyeight years purchase of nonjudicial rents on the terms of JJ their paying a years rent in cash inII respect of five years arrears and he dett dined to give them the sporting rights The Wicklow Urban Council had under consideration the danger to the town arising from the encroachment of thesea at the Murrough and it was decided to take temporary measures to prevent the encroachments of the sea pending the erection of permanent works for the preservation of the MurroughaThe venerable and respected parish priest of Kilworth Rev P J Horgan in crossing the street hurriedly after dark on Friday evening stumbled fell and broke his arm in two places He was assisted to his residence by his man who in helping him upstairs fell and it Iis stated burst one of his eyes Father Horgan has been removed to Cork for treatment and his man is under the careI of Dr John Roche in the hospital Ferc moy POPULATION 232466I t Estimate of Louisvilles inhabitants I Made by Carons Directory Compilers I Carons City Directory of Louisville which was issued this week makes a good showing for the city The volume embraces 2110 pages and contains 116 233 names Using the multiple of two which is very conservative Stephen D Smith the compiler estimates the popu lation at 232466 on January 1 This is an increase of 3010 for the year and an increase of 27735since the official United States Government census was taken in 1000 The compiler of the directory presents a large array of figures showing the material progress of the city The total assessment of property within the city limits for taxable purposes is 139000 000The compiler Stephen D Smith recommends the renumbering of the houses within the1 city and this has already been taken up by the Board of Aldermen Altogether the directory is a satisfactory and useful volume and InI credit to the painstaking work of the compiler nr a R r 05 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IX- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas Ree nan Jr L Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank Itree- tTreasurerThomasF Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvenings PresidentCon J Ford Vice President John J Sullivan Recording SecretaryJoe Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentPatrick J Welch Recording SecretaryJohn Morris Financial SecretaryPat King 1846 Lytle Street SentinelPatrickColeman BegleySergeantatArms Riley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Henuessy LynchRecording Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerWilliam J Connelly DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall KinneyPresidntRobert Vice PresidentMichael Breen Recording Secretary J B Murphy Jr Financial Secretary Thomas Gleason TreasurerLouis Constantine MarshalPeter Madden BannerCarrierLawrence Ford Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President William Kerberg ShaughnessySecond Recording Secretary Frank Morgan Financial Secretary George J Lautz Corresponding SecretaryF Lanahan SteltenpohlMarshalJohn Inside Sentinel Jobu Stewart Outside SentinelPatrick Mullarkey TRINITY COUNCIL 230- Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street President Eugene J Cooney First Vice President Joseph Bell Second Vice President A Hucken beckRecording SecretaryEmil Mouth Financial SecretaryRobert G Goebel Corresponding SecretaryA C Lauer TreasurerWill N Gast MarshalJacob Pfalzer KempfOutside SATOLLI COUNCIL 162 Meets Every Monday Evening at Club Rooms Wells Building 636 4th Ave PresidentJohn J Crotty First Vice PresidentWilliam Jf OConnor Second Vice PresidentJ J Kava nach Financial SecretaryWill P McDon ogb 1212 Sixth Street Recording Secretary Louts B Baker Corresponding SecretaryJ Fabey TreasurerJames B Perry Marshal George S Zorn Inside SentinelEdward Aud Outside SentinelWilliam J OSulli van RECENT DEATHS Announcement of the death of Edward Slattery last Thursday after a weeks illness of pneumonia was a great shock to his friends throughput the entire city Mr Slattery was a son of John J Slat tery President of the ToddDonigau Iron Company and a brother of Emmet Slat tery and was born in this city fortytwo years ago He received his education in the best schools of the city and for years had been traveling representative for the company of which his father is President His life was most exemplary and honor ble and in the performance of his business social and religious duties he won the respect and confidence of all For his bereaved family there is felt the most sincere sympathy Arrangements for the funeral were not made in time to appear in this issue but the announce ment will be found in the daily papers Joseph Campion a noted river man and for many years agent for the Cin cinnati Mail Line at this point died Thursday morning at his home at St Marys of the Knobs near New Al bany at the advanced age of ninety years Long ago when he resided in this city he erected the building at Seventh and Ormsby avenue that was used for hotel purposes Deceased was an uncle of Patrolman Tom Campion Two chil dren Blanche and Joe Campion survive him The funeral will take piece this morning and the interment will be in St Louis cemetery The friends of Mrs Mary McHale were pained and shockedwhen they learned that she had succumbed to an attack o heart failure Wednesday morning at the home of her mother Mrs Catherine Comer 917 East Market street Deceased was standing in the room and suddenly fell to the floor expiring before any one could reach her Besides her mother she leaves pne sister Miss Kate Comer The funeral took place Friday morning from St Johns church MORE COMMODIOUS 110MB The New Haven Echo announces the removal of the headquarters ofSt Catherines Council Y M I tothe brick building on Lower Main street where the council is now comfortably situated and the members have much more room The council has contracted with adramatic company for an enter tainment immediately after Lent r u ul i f FORTY HOURS The Boautlfc1 Ceremonies Will Begin Tomorrow at Do minican Church Will Attract Earnest Catholics From All Parts of the City Interesting Description From Manual of Catholic Truth Socloty AH ELABORATE MUSICAL PROGRAMME The annual celebration of the Forty Hours devotion at St Louis Bertrand church will begin next Sunday at the late mass As in past years the ceremonies will be carried out with that solemnity and fullness of detail by which devout and earnest worshippers are at tracted to the Dominican church from all parts of the city The principal masses will be solemn high masses according to the beautiful Dominican rite Preparations have been made to havethe proces sions in honor of the Blessed Sacrament worthy of the occasion The decorations for the sanctuary will be furnished prin cipally by Schulz the florist whose artistic Easter and Christmas work of the past year is still remembered as having been singularly beautiful and appropriate and befitting the solemnities for which it was designed The solemn high mass on Sunday will begin at 1030 oclock with the Very Rev J R Clark O P as celebrant Rev E V Flood O P as deacon and Rev W R Dunn O P as subdeacon The sanctuary boys will be in charge of Rev J A Heenan O P while the male choir now numbering over thirty voices will be directed by Very Rev J R Volz O P and Prof Carl Hemersbach at the organ The music on the first day will be the first rendition in this church of Dumonts Mass of the Sixth Tone a Gregorian composition of exceptional sweetness and devotion The closing exercises and final procession of the Forty Hours will take place Tuesday evening at 730 oclock The Catholic Truth Society of San Francisco has lately published for the Catholic laity a neat and attractive man ual of the Forty Hours Adoration We quote its introductory pages of explana tion as follows The Forty Hours Adoration is a de votion to the Blessed Sacrament solemnly exposed oj the altars of our churches It extends over a period of forty hours so arrangedas to include portions of three days to correspond to the time our Lords sacred body remained in the sepulchre It is opened with solemn mass of the Blessed Sacrament celebrated at the high altar on which the Blessed Sacrament is to remain enthroned At the close of the mass the Blessed Sac rarrient is borne around the church in solemn procession whilst the beautiful hymn of St Thomas Aquinas Pange Lingua originally written for the feast of Corpus Christi is sung On returning to the main altar the monstrance containing the Blessed Sacrament is placed on the throne The hymn Tanturn Ergo is sung by the choir The Litany of the Saints and special prayers are sung or recited by the priest Dur ing the day the Blessed Sacrament remains exposed and the faithful come to adore in silence By a special concession to the United States the exposition is in terrupted during the night But the devotion as originally established and still practiced in Catholic countries is not so interrupted On the second day the Mass for Peace is sung at one of the side altars After the Mass of Deposition on the third day the Blessed Sacrament is again borne round the church either in the morning or in the evening as on the opening day and the devotion concludes with Benediction of the Blessed Sacra mentSuch are the simple and beautiful cer emonies of the Forty Hours Adoration But more beautiful still is the silent adoration of the faithful In no other time or place sayb Cardinal Wiseman is the sublimity of our religion so touchingly felt No ceremony is going on in the sanctuary no sound of song is Issuing from the choir no voice of ex hortation proceeds from the pulpit no prayer is uttered aloud at the altar There are hundreds there and yet they are engaged in no congregational act of worship Each heart and soul is alone in the midst of the multitude each uttering its own thoughts each feeling its own grace Yet you are overpowered subdued quelled into a reverential mood softened into a devotional spirit forced to meditate to feel to pray Looking at the scene comes nearer to the contemplation of a heavenly vision than aught else that we know It seems tous as though on these occasions flesh and blood lost their material grossness and were spiritualized as they passed the threshold How many have spent hours theyfseem to breathe the pare air of paradise To them indeed it is the house of God and the gate of heaven As the usual abundant facilities for the reception of the sacraments will be given to the people by the fathers of St Louis Bertrauds the Forty Hours this year as in the past will prove a time of un usual spiritual activity and of undoubted increase of faith and good works on the part of the entire congregation The Mayo County Committee of Agri culture and Technical Instruction in electing a Secretary recently obtained a pledge from each candidate that in the event of his being elected he would sub mit to aa examination in Irish and if he failed to attain the required standard of efficiency to resign within a month 1 PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly agedu TELEPHONE U38O Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts FRflNK FEflR BREWING 60INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE sr- DRINK=Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREVING COMPANYxx- ooxsoxnxaaTELEPHONE 462 LOUJ8VJLLE KY ASK FQR DIERSENSCELEBRATED CREAM BEER Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE r JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN Be PRANK 1 WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 2092 LOUISVILLE KY Its our straight aim to treat everybody right and have the quality of our wall plaster so good that will wonder how we do it You cannot improve on the prices we charge no matter where you where you go or who you talk to CotKentuckyIncorporated TELEPHONE 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas tet Jeffersonville Ind Telephone 5- 55MANHATTAN RESTAURANTA- ND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIOHT 504 W Jefferson Street OTTO E VENT Proprietor Home Phone 4713 Cumb Ii3o PETER M AINDRIOT80N38 WAGONN MAIUPACTURERS ferriage Rtphlag irilMkKTkis Zfaltd 217 WEST GREEN ST u t f WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL LESTER Prop Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 Vv GREEN sT HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON 1 BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 Sixth Street SOMETHING NEW Variable Tours to Florida Via southern RailwayU And Queen Crescent Route GO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHER Winter tourist tickets good going via Asheville through the landof the sky and beautiful sapphire country and returning via Atlanta and Chattanooga or vice versa are now on sale at low rates The Florida Limited solid train of finest Pullman drawing room sleepers and vestibuled coaches with dining car service en route leaves Cincinnati morning via Queen Crescent route running through without change to Jacksonville via Chattanooga Southern railwayThe Chicago and Florida special be elflantdrawinetc will leave Cincinnati every evening except Sunday running through solid to St Augustine via Chattanooga Jk Southern railway with dining car service en route Through Pullman sleepers to Jackson ville from Cincinnati every evening via Knoxville Asheville and Savannah Prom Louisville connection with all of the Lexingtontrainsof the Sky book Winter Homes folder rates schedules or other informs tion address G D Allen A G PASouthern railway St Louis CH Hrigeford DP A Southern railway rowi ville W C Rincarsoo G P A QJtC route Cincinnati t 1 I d4 IiN 1 aLY aJ lev J ie xur r A I f I C jf I THEBIGSTOREfriends Sale have added many great values to our sale and have made another deep cut Mens Elegant 10 and 850 Value Suits at 650 Mens Superb 12 and 1350 Value Suits at 850 yourselfsThey caut last long at these prices Iw THE BIG STORE c MILTON M MARBLESTONE CO 424 to 434 St and WestI It t tHHMMMHMMt M M M H M M I f BIRTHDAY GIFTS Call and see handsome line of Jewelry have many pretty designs and novelties c which would certainty make a pleasing wedding or birthday gift WATCHES DIAMONDS RINGS NECKLACES r CUFF BUTTONS ETC Call and examine our fine line i 530 I IIWest Market in MMI M M BRUNNt f HHMIt Market Fourth I our We West 530 Market II tttttt+ YOU CAN JUDGEA piano after a fashion by its tone and looks but the true test isservice If the piano you buy from us doesnt stand the test it costs you nothing if it does your money is well spent and that is better then a bargain C CHICKERING HAINES BROSKINGSBURY SCHUBERT DECKER SON7 AND FAMOUS TEN MAKES OTHER The piano you want is here from the least expensive good piano to the finest the world prod- ucesMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO I osasoso FOURTH VENUE 7 ss ppp ppp pp + + + + p+ + TUB Gnk fl Rollers BOOK GO I+ PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES II iI TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a call and Inspect onr line of goods They are the 3finest of their kind in the city 09 BOOKS MAGAZINESN AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OP EVERY DESCRIPTION I433 VST Jefferson Street 1 1 1 +H 11 HIIIHIH 111 I 1 I I I IHH I I I HI i TEA45 CENTS PER LBft BLACK GREEN OR MIXED t COFFEEHot from the roaster absolutely fresh and pure Phone us your order Delivered to your door 3 Pounds For 50 Cents MULLOYCOFFEE fl Phono 1313 1 Ivtr ARKET STREET + iiI10me 1 1 I I 11 I H 11 HIlI I I HI 1 111 1 1 I 1 I 1 HII NIl I I 1 1 1 I 11 + J rl UNION ICE CREAM CO- If you want a nice dessert for your dinner telephone us your order Finest Vanilla Cream per gal 60c AH kinds of Sherbert per gal 60c to 7Sc to 75c Peach Strawberry Chocolate 75c Charlotte Russe per bowl 25c 35c to 85c 60c Brick Cream four flavors per gal Milk Butter and Sweet Cream a fl00 Specialty UNION ICE CREAM CO 627633 EIGHTH STREET Special attention to shipping orders Home phone 2144 Cumb main 339 HI 1 1 lit1 MHHl HMHHil I HHi IIMM1 l I It lit BURN RENDER COALSpecially prepared forfamily use and for sale only by Central Coal Iron CoI Incorporated Yards Brook and Washington and ifith and Delaware 216 FOURTH AVENUE BOTH PHONES 167 I t + + t t t rt t II II H It tI t H Hit +41 + It tt It t tt It I FINN WINES OHAJlPAGXUt t AL KOLJ3345 West Green Street LIUORL 0IGAKSIn HUJu I ntt j D t11 L t OOOOOOpR G e COATSILe- g 00000 J o Mutton Sleeve on Short Coats admired so much in bygone seasons will be revived Fashion predictions are that their use will be more favored among the smart set than ever Our stock isIverily teeming With everything fresh crisp and desirable Its the time for you to shake that long coat and replace itjj lighter newer and more comfortable coat Purchasing now IInearing advantage in variety of style As a strong evidence of low prices note the material and makeup of ollowing Covert Jacket only 498 Ladies Covert Cloth Spring Jackets new style close fitting coat collar fly front and back strapped and button trimmed new full sleeves tucks extending to elbow with turnover cuffs satin lined Finer Covert Jackets 698 Tan Covert Jackets for ladies made with close fitted front and back double breastecl strapped and stitched leg o mutton sleeves with cuffs collarless neck self and velvet trimmings buttonhole loop and buttons satin lining STORE THAT THINGS RIGHT 0 HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division 3 of put on the first degree for a big class Thursday night music programme and refreshments fol lowA large number of new candidates were put through last Sunday at Bvelith Minn after which members and visitors had a good time A chorus of sixty little girls will be an attractive featire of the celebration o Emmets by the Hibernians of Minneapolis tonight and the address of Hon Dan Lawler will be another Three of the divisions have arranged for a union initiation on Sun day March 12 when the four degrees will be All the State and i county officers have been invited to be guests of honor II Buffalo Hibernian expect an immense audience at the Emmet cele bration at the Star Theater tomorrow night The Emmet Guards recently organized will make their first public appearance at the celebration attired in their new uniforms that comply in every historical detail to the uniform worn by Emmet himself in the fatal uprising of 1803 Major Gilgar who has been elected Grand Marshal of the Ancient Order of Hibernians for the St 1atricks day parade is the first military man ever elected to that position He is a veteran of the SpanishAmerican war second in command to Major Crowley of the Irish Volunteers This is to be the greatest parade ever held and 50000 men are expected to be in line fully representing every Irish organization in New York PATRIOT AND MARTYR Emmets Anniversary Will Be Observed by the Ladies Auxiliary The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibeinians have arranged a musicale and dance tonight in honor of Irelands greatest son and hero Robert Emmet at Lewis Hall on Twentysixth street Were it not that considerabl- sickness had prevailed during several weeks past among the members of the Auxiliary a more lengthy pro rammme should have been prepared and more formal notification given to the various divisions tf the Ancient Order of Hiber nians here and in New Albany and Jeffer sonville However all this will be taken into consideration by the Hibernians we hope and a good crowd come by way of encouraging the work of the ladies who have the entertainment in charge A better hall could not have been engaged Large and having every con venience it is close to the Portland ave nue car line as well as to Bank street Thomas Walsh our patriotic attorney poet will address the audience and a short musical programme will be followed l by a dance The evenings festiv ities will be brought to a close about 1130 oclock so it is desirable for all to be seated by 8 oclock sharp The day is celebrated throughout the world wherever the Irish race has a foothold In some parts tis trne the ceremonies are more elaborate than in others butI everywhere the day is observed and fittingly so for a greater hero than Robert Emmet Ireland has never had Blood has flowed and tears have been shed for our sorrowful motherland but a nobler heart nor stanncher soul never laid downtt Its burden in behalf of that land than t that of the young patriothero Robert Emmet OUT TO WIN When the Mackin Council Social Club inaugurated Its very successful series of dances some mouths ago special committees were named for each and to the one drawing the largest attendance a prize was to be awarded Each commit tee has worked hard but the gentlemen who have charge of Monday nights affair which will1 elatel the season feel that they will win by a safe majority c L Fine Covert Jackets 598 This of Tan Covert Is of exceptionally good grade close fitted front and back plaited and button trimmings nobby pockets leg o mutton sleeves with cuffs collarless neck soutache and braid trimmings isatin lined Handsome Covert Coat 998 Handsome quality of Tan Covert in these smart fittingfrontsleeves coat collar and lined with a heavy satin J BACON SONSTH- Ei ALWAYS DOES Syracuse anniversary Pawtucket exemplified anniversary They have decided upon a bachelors ball which it is calculated will attract all the marriageable people of the West End as well as the numerous bachelors of Mackin Council The committee i charge of this affair is composed of Messrs Henry Thieman John Schaefer John Farrell Charles Raldy John Humphrey and Charles Smith anyone ftAr some worthy young woman wanting a comfortable home- INJURIES ARE SERIOUS IClarence Ryan the well known L N engineer one of the victims of the wreck near Lebanon Junction last injurifof a very serious nature His shoulder and hip were badly sprained three ribs were broken and his body bruised but the last report says the chances greatly favor his recovery He was at once taken to Lebanon Junction where he is being attended by his sister Mrs Mayme Gun ningbam who left at once for his bedside The unfortunate engineer reside- with his father John Ryan 1402 Garvin place HOPKINS THEATER + Rose Stahl and company presenting The Chorus Lady will be one of the offerings conspicuous for promised goodJ things at the Hopkins Theater next MISS ROSE STAHL week Eleanor Falke and the three Keltons are numbered among the other Thee bill is high class from start to finish and lovers of vaudeville will find it worthI their while to spend an afternoon or evening at this very popular play house The blogiaph and the moving pictures still continue in great favor with the patrons MACAULEYS Lionel Barrymore will present hisI greatest success The Other Girl at Macauleys the first three nights of next week This comedy was last seasons big hit in New York Thursday night Sardous Diplomacy will be the offer ing with Miss Rose Coughlan in th leading role She will be supported by an all star cast and promises one of the seasons best productions Richard Mans field will close the week with three per formances beginning Friday night MASONIC Miss Rose Melville will be seen again this season at the Masonic Theater in Sis Hopkins that charming pastoral comedy of Indiana rural life which has been seen theatergoers in all parts of the country for the past six years So popular is Miss Melville and her quaint portrayal of the odd little country girl that she has been booked straight through the coming season until next June her tour including a trip to the Pacific coast BUCKINGHAM Next week the Kentucky Belles one of the greatest vaudeville aggregations on the road will hold the boards at the Buckingham Catchy music will be a feature of the tuneful and merry hur leagues that are replete with original and striking situations The olio is an excellent one and includes the very best artists in vaudeville A ham la greatly improved if after being boiteiMt is wrappedIB buttered IourlaPerI KNIGHTS OFi COLUMBUSI interestnMembers Here and Else where Carroll Council has raised a fund for a nucleus for a library for St Anthonys new hospital at Carroll la The third degree was given last week to ninetyeight candidates from the coun ells of the district at Syracuse The Knights of Columbus are now represented in every State in the Union and- es have a membership of 132000 which is increasing rapidly Over COO Knights from the Fifth Penn sylvania district attended the institution of the new council at Warren last Sun dayThe visitors were brought to War ren on special trains returning at mid night after the banquet in the armory Mobiledare to purchase a lot on St Joseph street where they will erect a building which is to be the permanent home of the order in that city The upper floors are to be used for society purposes and an income will be derived from store rentals on the ground floor The home is to cost 50 000 Eightyone candidates received the third degree at the hands of St Paul Council on Washingtons birthday The conferring of the degrees took place at Elks Hall before an audience of over 500 Knights from out of the city The membership of St Paul Council is now over 500 which the officers are confident of increasing to 700 before the year is overA council has been formed at Kenosha Wis The council numbered thirtyfive who were members of Racine Council but were recently given a charter and transferred Last Sunday a class of fifty candidates was initiated into the new council the degrees being conferred by Green Bay and Milwaukee Knights led by District Deputy McCabe An elaborate banquet was given after the degree work NEWTON G ROGERS Entertains Young Men With Interesting Discourse on Egypt A large and appreciative audience of young men greeted Newton G Rogers the well known attorney at Mackin Council club house Tuesday night and I were well repaid by his masterly and Instructive discourse on Egypt From the first it was evident the speaker had given his subject careful study and so pleased were his hearers that thev are urging its repetition before the other councilsThe important business transacted was the changing of the meeting nights of the council and gymnasium class to respecte ively may al attend the Tuesday and Friday devotions during the Lenten season The gym nasium paraphernalia is being put in place and everything will be in readiness for the formal opening next Thursday night when Prof Louis Kieffer will ar range the classes Monday night the social season will be brought to a close with a dance and reception for which the energetic com mittee have made extra preparation All those who have been ill were well leaving Mackin Council without a sick list for the first time in some months RELIEVED FROM SUFPERINO John Niland the well known molder passed peacefully to his eternal reward Tuesday morning after a long illness of = consumption The dread disease made Its appearance several years ago deceased made two trips to Ibut without any beneficial results several years he had resided with andIIwife and mother at 2120 Duncan Iand was held in high esteem by friends and whoneighbors deeply sym T Thefuneral r morningfromlargely attended Father Brady was the celebrant of the mass of requiem and in a feeling sermon paid higb tribute to the deceased i I t S S KS jt I IBE SURE TO CALL t FORIIII McKENNAWHISKY I 1 f II IIIIIT IS ALWAYS PURE H McKenna Distillerl Fairfield Ky GEHER SON 217 Market St near Second OUR GREAT SPECIALTY Stoves and Ranges MADE IN LOUISVILLE Best Assortment and the Lowest Prices in the City atej orrxrw OMXE ORO zsrr And you DONT RUN no RISK by giving YOUR LAUNDRY to the UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated 1 HAND WORK A SPECIALTY sss IIOOODS CALLED 1188493732 FOR AND DELIVERED 1 iiT N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN 0 WE HAVE THET e FACILI IES I i tIRitvIN o y SKILLFUL WORKF EN J I p PRODUCE CORRECT RESULTSrYt 0 eroe bJy7i htfoPeYe- L Courier Journal Office Building wuisviile tty wnew jAwP BANNON MJh BANNON H M WOLTRING R B BANNON President VlcePres 88 Genl Mgr Secretary Treasurer FPu Bannon Sewer Pipe Co 1 t Salt PipeBannons a for Steam Conduits Wall Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving BricB Fire Proofing Flue Pipe Flue Lining Fire Bricit Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay JChimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified SidewalK BricK OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON T8tEPIIONBS73 WORKS I3th and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and roth TELEPHONE 2833 IaVSe OAi Ue tOe r ttbe Brable Si Gilbert tompan INOONMHATtD StationersPrinters PrintersBinders Booksellers Representatives of the rjarampntl type writer for Kentucky typewriter Supplies Ribbons etc for all machines C19 a flank Bookr 1stIPaper Box manufacturers tor TEbtrfc anb Breen Sts a e 1ouisUle1i I r DR J T CHA WKS i Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge 1 1 SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING II Celied For and Deliveredorsea Both Phone OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 10071009 W BROADWAY J9e v BNOS mid SPENCER Bxpert PralaeaitEducates Young PeopleF- orBusiness Good Employment and Success J CALL Oft WRITE FOR FUt IHrOKUATIOM r- Uses Nslkssl nit V 6letldlagawN Business CollegeSTREETS LOUISVILLE KY t J t t t t t t +I I t DEARINQ President H C SHANKS Manager Icc T DEARINQ PRINTING CO Incorporated PRINTING BINDING AND BLANK BOOK MANUFACTURING Can Phtie Mill 1M6l A L3l50 THIRD iTItBv19 i7LrrIt H n + H t t 11+tt4 II ttH Nl1+4+1 + H++FtfHIt ++ z- t1 Sa D D U JjVP