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F I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcAN VOLUME XIVNO 14 LOUISVILLE SATUTtDAY APRIL 81905 PRICE FIVE CENt DEPLORABLE Accident at Fourteenth and Broadway Last Monday Morning I Sister Mary Anthony Killed and Sister Mary Loander Ser- Iously Hurt The News Spread Rapidly nod Caused Deep Sorrow in A the Whole City I NARROW ESCAPE FOR OTHERS 1 A deplorable accident occurred at Fourteenth and Broadway at 730 oclock iSst Mouday morning In which one Sister of Charity of Nazareth lost her life another Sister of the same order was seriously If not fatally Injured and two other women school teachers were severely hurt The news of the accident shocked the entire community and there was wide spread regret of the sudden death of the beloved Sister Mary Anthony of St HelenasAn of the accident briefly stated Is as follows Broadway car 581 west bound was going at a rapid rate when it came to the Intersection of Fourteenth street at 730 oclock At the same moment a Pennsylvania switch engine was moving a cut of cars out fourteenth street on the tracks of the company There are safety gates at Fourteenth street and Broadway and these gates were down precluding the possibility of the street car passing ex cept at its own risk In the street car were seated ten passengers among them Sister Mary Anthony Sister Mary Le ander Miss Mary McGlll of 1605 Second street and Miss Alice Mullane of 1202 Fourth avenue All of these were in the front part of the car Sister Mary An thony rushed to the rear of the street car jumped and was almost instantly killed Sister Mary Leander was dangerously McGill suffered serious hurt Miss Mary bruises as also did Miss Alice MuUaneI I Sisters Mary Anthony and Mary IeIJ ender were obi their way to teaclr sbhdor and Broadway at theC at Seventeenth I Sacred Heart parochial school TheI Misses McGill and Mullane are public school teachers and were on their way Seventeenth and Ken to their school at tucky streets to follow their daily dutiestt The engineer of the Pennsylvania train Joseph Wahl is a careful man and in his statement says the gates were down and i he had a signal to move his train ontII Fourteenth street The signal man alsoII warning for the streetsays hegave every car not to approach in the face of danger The Street Railway Company InI defense of the motorman says that the car tracks were slippery on account of rain and that the motorman could notI stop his car The motorman Gillian is a new ulna in the service of the company and it is claimed he has had butI little experience in this line of work Of course this will all be brought out in the Investigation to be held by the Coro nerSister Mary Anthony who was killed was born In Birmingham Ala thirty two years ago Her name before taking the veil was Frances Nailen and she was the daughter of James Nailen a mer chant of some prominence Early in life she decided to devote herself to religious work and she went to Nazareth Academy to enter the novitiate when she was only sixteen years old After Sister Mary Anthony had taken her vows she remained at Nazareth three years fitting herself for work as a teacher She was then sent to Covington where she taught nine years in St Marys school She was then transferred to Hyde Park Mass where she taught four years in St Raphaels school before coming to Louisville On coming to this city Sister Mary Anthony was assigned to the Sacred Heart school where she had taught three year She was a woman of lovely character aud was greatly beloved by her pupils Sister Mary Leanders original name was Martha Eiting She was born and spent her early life in Cincinnati When eighteen years old she entered the novitiate at Nazareth and after completing her education there went to Corning Ohio where she taught at St Bernards school She was then sent to St Bridgids school in Memphis and from that city came here She is suffering from great nervous shock as well as bruises but may recover Miss Mary McGill lives with her father Charles McGill at 1605 Second street Sse has been a teacher in the public schools for many years She is a sister of Miss Anna McGill the milliner Instantaneous with the accident Rev Patrick Walsh of the Sacred Heart church and Father Felten were on the scene and administered to the dying andI iniassemblediI Ii among Whom the Sisters taught and the scene was a pathetic one The two Sisterni were removed to St Josephs Infirmary where the body of Sister Mary Anthony lay until Tuesday when it was taken toi Nazareth Mother Aurea and sixteeni Maters accompanied the remains and the solemn funeral services were heldI WwlaynhJ Father Walsh was u 0- a r celebrant of the mass of requiem and was assisted by Father OSullivan as deacon and Father Felton as subdeacon Father Davis chaplain of Nazareth Academy acting as master of ceremo niesAll the parochial schools were dis missed Monday morning and remained closed till Thursday and on Tuesday masses were celebrated for the repose of the soul of Sister Mary Anthony at the Sacred Heart church St Josephs Infirmary and at other chapels Thursday evening the representative of the Kentucky Irish American was In formed that Sister Mary Leander and Miss Mullane who was taken to the Infirmary Wednesday were resting easy though both were still suffering from the effects of the awful shock they sustained Miss McGill was removed from the scene to her home and it is now thought her injuries will not prove seri ous The two public school teachers were well known and from all parts of the city anxious inquiries are constantly coming as to their condition Bad as was the accident it is a miracle that it was not more fatal and tbeflK reason for thanks that It was not wo9 SENATOR LABAN PHELPS Candidate For Mayor Upon a Platform That Appeals- to All The announcement that Senator Laban Phelps would seek the Democratic nomination for Mayor subject to the action of the Democratic party naturally brought to his support many of the lead lug Democrats of the city for it is gener ally conceded no man holds a higher place iuthe estlmationof thepubllc as a citizen business man Democrat and politician He comes of one of the oldst families in Louisville for years engaged in the tobacco trade with an honorable record He is a brother of the late Zach Phelps long a leading Democratic poll titian and friend of many of those now holding municipal office When Laban Phelps decided to run for Senator against his own will he was almost unanimously elected His record as Senator is with out blemish If Senator Phelps is elected Mayor of Louisville he will favor the building of more sewers and streets and of strict economy in the conduct of the citys business He already has a strong organ ization and his headquarters are on Court Place near Sixth street The platform upon which the Senator is making his race is one that appeals to all who have the beat interests of Louis ville at heart Good government and a square deal are promised and this is nhat our citizens desire A man of marked executive ability and business capacity and popular with the masses his friends are making strenuous efforts for his nomination JUDGE ALEX BOWLING Unity Council Appreciates Services of the Great Lawyer Tuesday night Unity Council Y M I of New Albany met in regular session and disposed of quite an amount of busi nessThe applications of Thomas Con nell Joseph Adler Will Houston Robert BIschoff Adam Oberhausen and John Wolf were received showing that the work of increasing the membership to 300 continues One new member Dennis Bochard was electedand Messrs Louis Schmitt William Conliff Herman Gohmanu and Fred Lamke were reported on the sick list Resolutions were adopted and Secretary Martel was instructed to write a letter to Judge Alexander Dowliug thanking that gentleman for the Invalu able services rendered the Y M I in connection with the purchase of the lot for their home Judge Dowllng is a friend of the young men of New Albany and this fact is fully realized by the boys of Unity The committee organizing a ball team reported progress and before adjourning President Hinkebein announced a called meeting of the Ezepherals for Friday night BISHOP GOES SOUTH Bishop Spalding left Peoria last Tuesday night for Hot Springs where he expects to regain his health The Bishop was transferred from his carriage to the special car in a wheelchair and although he was very weak he appeared In finei spirits bidding his friends goodbye In response to Ithe many kind words ofr solicitation and Godpeed He was ac companied by his two sisters Mrs Slevin of Peoria and Mrs Spalding of Leb andjhie11 e I ISATO CIL Important Ma scusscdI and Dispose n day Nig s The meeting of Satolli Council Monday night was well attended and a number of important matters were discussed and disposed of The Joint Committee re ported the establishment of an employment bureau to which applications for positions as well as for men could be referred by the various councils so that any not working could th srplaced inI position to obtain emplo t TheI committee also reported the CT flbHsb ment of a lecture bureau stating tnVt the bureau is now working on a joint met ing to be held at Trinity Council In this connection it is to be hoped the members will make a better Rowing than at the last lecture as such an at tendance did not speak well for the future progress of the Y M I organiza tion in the city of Louisville nor did it indicate that friendly feeling that should I exist between the respective councils I Some action should be taken by the councils to ee that the nights selected by the Joint Committee for joint meet ings are respected by the other councils to the extent of not arranging competitive meetingsThe of the sunset excursion to be given by the Satolli Glee Club was thoroughly discussed and July 16ras selected as the date Invitations will be issued instead of tickets and no pains will be spared to make the event an enjoyable one The Committee oReal Estate was instructed to proceed with the plan they had formulated with regard to the disposition of the lot at Seventeenth and Hill streets which had been secured by the committee Infor mation on this point may obtained from the members A communication received from the President of Robert F Doyle Council of Cincinnati stated they hoped to be in their new club house by June next and extended the hospitality of the council to the Satolli boys TheBase ball Committee had no report as to their I team but President Crdtty instructed them to get right to work so that arrangements couldbe made to play the teams of the other councils throughout the State This was the first meeting held by theil council in the past few months at which some new members were not obligated eletced and this break in the record was due to the absence of the Investiga tion Committee WELL KNOWN HERE Death of Rev Father Edward Tuohy at Buenos Ayres News was received last Friday at the Passionist Retreat on the Newburg road of the death of Rev Father Edward Tuohy a distinguished priest of the Pas sionist order which occurred at Buenos Ayres on February 12 Father Tuohy was the son of Peter Tuohy a retired contractor of West Ho boken He was born in that town in 1859 and received his early education in St Marys school He entered St Pauls monastery at Pittsburg at the age of fifteen and was ordained as a priest of the Passionist order in Rome in 1881 Subsequent to his return to America Father Tuohy became professor of philo sophy and theology in the Passionist 1 monasteries of Louisville Cincinnatiand Baltimore He was rector of St Josephs j church at Baltimore aud then became rector of the Passionist monastery atB Buenos Ayres Father Tuohy was well t known in the Louisville diocese and the news of his death which was sudden and unexpected was received with feelings of extreme sorrow He had been in South America about five years and his missionary work was being crowned withIj great success It GOOD BYE JOHN 1 resident Roosevelts Fare well Greeting to DrlverII c John HalJlaanII t When President Roosevelt concluded his trip through LouUvllle and was about to board his train for St Louis he bid farewell to John Halligan driver of engine company No2 who drove the car riage in which the President his Secre tary and Logan C Murray rode Goodbye John said the President grasping I the hand of Halligan the same as if theyI had been old chums When you come to Washington dont fail to come and see me You are a good driver sure enough Fireman Hailigan was of course tickled to death as the expression goes at the cordiality of the President and when he does go to Washington Teddy will be the first one he will hunt up RECEPTION TUESDAY EVENING The Falls City Bowling League hay fng ended its season will hold a recep lion for the members Tuesday evening at the Haager club rooms and distribute prizes to the winners This league under the guidance of President F G Harper and Secretary D J Gleeson has had r successful season and hat set a pace from I theIaDc- ir DELIGHTED j Are Hibernians With Now Halll In Hopkins Theater Building Great Ovatioirifor Martin Slice han Winner of Gold Witch i I 1 State and County Officers Com mend R liijEncotirngo Division 3 1il jPLEA FOR THE YOUNGER MEN The first meelingjto take place in the new hall of the Ancient Order of Hiber nians in the Hopkins Theater building r i L MARTINSHnEHANj I j I was held Monday night under the auspices of Division 3 There was a splendid gathering State and county officers and visitors from the other divistt being present iri large numbersII Everything had been wronged under theII direction of the CountyBoard of Dire t olaiidasnlanaftelmariehlered there was a continuous expression of delight and satisfaction with the new quarters Bright colored carpets covered the floor the pictures were artistically arranged I and the rooms were brilliant with electric lights Pioneers of Division 3 among them Patrick Nelllgan John Cavanaugh Patrick Holly and Thomas Kenecly were present and intimated that hereafter they would be regular attendants and that the meetings should now assume their old time proportions Owing to the absence of President Welsh who is a Deputy Assessor and is working for the nomination of Pres Ray the chair was occupied by Vice President Patrick Welsh who presided with the ease and dignity that marks the experienced parliamentarian A communica tion from County Secretary Connelly was read regarding the late membership con test and when announcement was made of the number of candidates secured byI Martin Sheehan that gentleman was given a great ovation When the applause had subsided a unanimous vote of thanks was given Denny Colemon and his campaign committee for their efforts which resulted in the capture of the gold prize of 50 for Division 3 This sum will be used to defray the expenses of entertainment to be given the members soon after Lent preparation for which is now being made by Chairman Patrick T Sullivan and the Literary CommitteeThe claim of Michael King was ordered paid and a special committee named to prepare resolutions of sympathy to be sent the bereaved family John Niland who has been on the sick list was reported much better When another application for membership had been filed it was stated that already another class of fifteen candidates was ready for initiation After the regular order of business an hour was devoted to short addresses for the good of the order luring which it was made known that the County Board would meet Thursday night and arrange for the distribution of the St Patricks day awards The editor of the Kentucky Irish American reviewed the work of the past few years and made an earnest plea for the erection of a Hibernian Hall in the central part of the city that would meet the requirements of our many Catholic fraternal societies The needs for such a building are apparent to all and if the present County Board would assume the undertaking its success would be assured Thomas Kennedy said he was proud of Division 3 and the young County President Thomas Quinn He appealed to every one present to secure five wore applications and again make this the banner division not of Kentucky but of the South and West James Coleman former State Secretary made a strong plea for the young men The value of their membership was he said almost incalculable Members must continue to bring in the young men to build up the organization and nothing should be left undone that would provide for their entertainment at the meetings He also suggested a series of annual reunions and declared himself satisfied with the new hall and its equipment State President Thomas Keenan and t National Director Butler were there to inspect the new hall with which they were perfectly satisfied They urged1 those present to keep busy and push the work of increasing the membership The l State President invited his hearers 1 to attend the meeting of Division 1 next Tuesday night when they would see another large accession to the ranks of the orderJohn Mulloy who inaugurated the membership contest exhibited the prizesI that were to be awarded and called for the lists that they might be made a spe cial record of the County Board And here it might be well to state that the handsome gold watches contested for were the gifts of John M Mulloy Na tional Director Butler State President Keenan and the Kentucky Irish Ameri canPatrick Mullen Dan Dougherty and others were highly gratified to see such 1a large attendance and an interest that will keep alive the spirit of Hibernlanism County President Quinn had kind words for the Kentucky Irish American for its loyalty to the order and also for all who took any interest in the St Patricks day initiation the benefits of which would be lasting He intimated that the work of organization would be continued until every worthy Irish Catholic was a member GAELIC CHAIRS To Be Established at Harvard Columbia and at Toronto From the Universities of Harvard Co lumbia and Toronto comes assurance that chairs in the Gaelic language for the study of its beautiful literature will soon be established Many of the professors of these institutions took up the Gaelic language during the last summer Presi dent Eliot of Harvard declares that the Annals of the Four Masters is the peer of any of the ancient histories and the old Gaelic literature to be a rich mine of poetry and weird tradition The Gaelic Society has done much to revive interest in this neglected tongue and Mrs Green who visited this country last year in the interests of that language and literature was instrumental in rousing the interest of the heads of colleges and universities to the effect that many of them have taken up the study This lady is the compiler of several valuable Irish historical works and is thoroughly in formedott thesuhjecU GOLD AND GREEN Ladles of HlbernlanAuxtllary Arrange Contest For Banquet The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernian held an interesting and enthusiastic meeting Wednesday night in the Hopkins Theater building with a rather surprisingly large attend ance There was but little difficulty in finding the meeting place though some made their way to strange andamusing places Some little time was given to anIinspection of the new quarters which were declared satisfactory in every way The ladles seemed well pleased with the hall and had only words of praise for the arrangement of its furnishings Resolutions were reported on the death of Miss Katherine Ansbro and the charter was draped in respect to her memory After the transaction of the usual rou tine business there was an interesting discussion as how to increase the mem bership to 600 The result was the selec ion of two teams to be known as the gold and green that will wage a vigorous contest from now till September 1 for new members the losing side to defray the expenses of a banquet for the winners Those composing the gold team selected Miss Maggie Coughlin as their leader while the ladies representing the green conferred the honor on Miss RllaI OConnell This contest will be watched with interest as it will be waged in all sections of the city- LAETERE MEDAL Notre Dame Confers Honor on Thomas B Fitxpatrlck of Boston The Laetere medal N distinction an nually conferred by Notre Dame Uni versity upon a conspicuous member of the Catholic laity in America who has stood for eminence in some specific field of literature science or art or for notable achievement in broad philanthropic ef fort This year the university chooses her medalist from the commercial world Thomas B Fitzpatrick is the senior mem ber of the firm of Brown Durrell Co of Boston and New York He was born in Grafton Mass in 1844 His early I years were spent on his fathers farm near Hopkintou digging out stumps or cultivating the soil It was also his practice to collect berries from his neigh bors and travel by night with his wagon load to the Boston market a distance of some forty miles Atelghteen young Fitzpatrick went toI Boston where he began his apprentice ship In the dry goods business The acquaintance he formed with Oliver H Durrell grew Into a strong friendship la 1805 Mr Fitzpatrick became a travel lug salesman for Mason Tucker Co He worked for this firm seven years After the Boston fire of 1872 the old firm of Brown Battpa Cwas reestab a lished under the name of Brown Durrell Co with Mr Fitzpatrick asa thirdI member I Today Fitzpatrick is one of Bostons most prominent Catholics and best known business men His name has of late years been identified with all the great Catholic philanthropic movements in Boston He was largely responsible for the establishment of the Working Girls Home on Union Park street in charge of the Gray Nuns He isa Director and one of the chief supporters of the Working Boys Home He gave the site and most of the funds for the Boston Cottage at the Catholic Summer School Plattsburg N Y As President of the Boston Catholic Union the most prominent Catholic social organization of the city he was instrumental in provid ing a stately building for that society He has long been one of the main props of St Marys Infant Asylum He con tributed generously to the Catholic Uni versity Washington D C and was the originator of the proposal to secure 100 annual contributors to that institution For a number of years he was Treasurer of the Irish LeagueIJAMES B BROWN Candidate of Young Democ racy For OfFlee of Sheriff JamesB Brown the present efficient City Tax Receiver is announced for the Democratic nomination for Sheriff of Jefferson county subject to the action of the Democratic party Previous to going into city politics he was a trusted 2lltia A confidential capacUy capacityof leading corporation in Louisville How well he has discharged his duties as City Tax Receiver is too well known to be recorded here in full Suffice it to say Mr Brown has made a record as Tax Re ceiver which has not been equalled by any of his predecessors in the matter of tax collections He has collected more taxes in proportion than any former Tax Receiver Mr Brown under the law is not eligible for reelection to his present J position If he were eligible he would be renominated and elected This time Mr Brown aspires to be Sheriff and his legion of friends in the Democratic party are coming to his support It goes with out saying that should he be nominated he would make a strong race at the polls he has a big following among thet young Democrats and will be voted for as their representative GAELIC SOCIETY Move to Force British to Recognize Ancient Tongue Aid from the President will beinvoked by the Gaelic Society of New York which will soon dispatch 200 letters ad dressed in the ancient Celtic tongue and defy the British Postmaster General to refuse to deliver them If the missives do not reach their destination promptly President Roosevelt will be asked to in quire through the proper authorities why mail from the United States is not forwarded promptly in consonancewith the agreements of the International Postal Union The Gaelic is saldjto find little official favor in England but letters addressed I in Scotch Gaelic reach their proper destination and Indian princes I adorn the back of envelopes with strange characters which somehow reach thoseJJ for whom they are designedtt Throughout the world Irishmen who have prospered in other lands are aiding I a movement for the revival of the oldI language with the hope that it will reawaken the ideals and realisms of their people All communications are sent fromI members of the League to their friends in the mother tongue Although the English Postmaster General bus made no formal ruling on the matter his subordinates have not been delivering corre spondence in Gaelic in many cases and sometimes it has reached its destination days and often weeks late BECOMES OENERAL MANAGER Thomas Queenan for the past eighteen years a trusted and valued employe of the J M RobinsonNorton Dry Goods Company has tendered his resignation to that company to take effect May 1 when he will become General Manager of the Jackson Woolenl Mills at Jackson Tenn one of the largest in the South Mr Queenan entered the Mainstreet house when but a boy but by his integrity and faithful services has advanced step by step to the top Patrons and employes of the house regret his depart ure but the best wishes of one and all will follow him in his new and more responsible petition j CALIFORNIA Ojcctivo Point of the Knights of Columbus of Entire- Oountry sEnthusiasm Regarding the National Convention Has Reached Hero Special Trains Arc Now Sched uled From Principal Cities A GREAT CATHOLIC GATHERING Enthusiasm regarding the coming na tional convention of the Knights of Columbus at Los Angeles has reached Louisville and it is hoped by many a chartered car will be made up here that specialtrBinsupon mightjoinpalatiallyentire route A special schedule has been adopted having in mind especially the comfort of the tourists Desirable points will be visited en route and in many thedayKansas and Denver l excursionGeorgetownLoopthe Garden of the Gods On the way out aside from the places already men tioned special visits will be made to the Royal Gorge Salt Air and Sunday will be spent at the Capitol of the Mormons Salt Lake City besides a day at the Santa Catalina Islands Manitou and Monterey On the return from Los Angeles special trips will be made to Santa Barbara and Mt Tamalpais while two days will be spent in San Francisco Tacoma and Seattle are also to be visited Two days will be spent at the great exposition at Portland and five days In Yellowstone Park On the return home Minneapolis St Paul and Chicago will be visited and a day spent in each of these cities The Executive Committee in charge of the arrangements for the national council sad general reunion of Knights of Colum bus in Los Angeles are in receipt of letters from various parts of the country showing the great enthusiasm which is being developed in the movement for a general reunion Special trains are now cheduled to leave for Los Angeles from Buffalo Cleveland Brooklyn New York Jersey City St Louis Chicago New partfby about two thousand visitors and a con servative estimate indicates that this will be the most representative gathering of countryUnitedH Car er who is a prominent Knight of Columbus will assist United States Senator Frank PFHntof Los Angeles at thQcivic reception given by the Chamber of Commerce to the nationalrepresentatives Arrangements for a grand barbecue at San Juan Capistrano mission will bender the immediate direction of Count ModjeskaCharles glst William R Rowland exSheriff of Los Angeles county RichardfEgan of the village of Capistrano andjseveral other local celebrities well known for the hospitality exemplified in the old days of the fiestas of California The banquet will take place In the Turnverein Hall in Los Angeles and will probably be the most elaborate func citybespacious pavilion at Playa del Rey playground of the king which is reached through a beautiful section of the country over the Los Angeles Pacific electric railroad and is situated on the edge of the Pacific ocean adjacent to a spacious lagoon two miles long Indications now point to a parade of thirtyfive hundred Knights on Saturday evening prior to the exemplification of the fourth degree LeagueIcisco who will be in evidence during the entire week Already the city is alive to the importance of the gathering and the old Pueblo of Los Angeles will be gaily decorated with bunting and other evidences of the festival while the newer section will be illuminated by elaborate electric lightsdAfter the week of1 the national council the visitors will travel northwardwhere a special programme of entertainment has already been arranged by the Knights of San Francisco and vicinity who will give the visitors another sample of Cali fornian hospitality 10 HAVE NO HOPE The General of the Jesuit order Father Popehasre covery says a Rome dispatch It is the opinion of the physicians in attendance that he is suffering from an incurable prolonghisaccount of his advanced age the sur geons refuse to undertake He has been removed to Fiezole where the Jesuit order possesses a magnificent establish ofthe i P1 ii w rs QNTUOKY IRISH A RICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN III11111IIIIM11111111 Toted to the Moral and Soolal Advancement of all Irish Americana KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Be Butercd at the Lonlsvtlle Postofllce as SecondClass Matter Addutiall COIIIU lcallons to tile KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN316WeetOrecnStreet TRADES COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL 8 1905 FEDERATION AND CAPITAL On several occasions the Syracuse Catholic Sun has truthfully c asserted that the American Federation of Labor is the best friend capital has in the country Why Because the federation has steadfastly refused to go over to Sodal Ism when invited It is a great pity capital can not see this In the name of heaven what would happen to our civilization if it did The votes of those millions of lab orers would wreck the country Everyone familiar with eXIsting conditions must admit this is true and yet the federation is most viciously attacked almost daily by the various hired or bribed Parry jour nals who seek to disorganize the labor unions This week a dispatch comes from Washington stating that Samuel Gompers has notified the Federation of Labor to cease making con tributions to the Western Federa u tion of Miners The Western Fed eration is lankly socialistic So is the American Labor Union so called which has announced ia convention in June for the pur pose of forming another federa tion Because these two bodies Presiaredent Gompers is making war upon themOf course socialism and the American Federation of Labor can never agree Most of the mem bership of the latter is stanchly Catholic and Catholics will always refuse to be led around by the nose by Socialists Meantime is it not apparent that employers of labor ought to give the American Federation its just due instead of waging war upon it It is actually stand ing between socialism and the destruction of mans right to own 1and operate private property Let honest capital and honest labor pro ceed to get together It is dan gerous for them to stand apart Gov Hanly of Indiana who appoints the city Police Commis sioners in all cities In that State has given instructions to these com missioners that the Nicholson law must be obeyed to the letter This law provides that all saloons must be closed at u oclock at night and that on Sunday no saloon shalljibi opened from n oclock Saturday night to 5 oclock Monday morning This dictum of Gov Hanly s now being carried out in New Albany and Jeffersonville The overnor can not be criticised for nforcing the law as It is written in the statutes The outcome will be watched with interest especially in New Albany and Jeffersonville so close to Louisville Heretofore the law has been a dead letter The front doors of saloons were closed on Sundays but there were side entrances Ambassador McCormick who has been at St Petersburg for years and who knows the feelings of the Russian people and Government says there is not a word of truth in the report that the Rus sians contemplate sueing for peace with the Japanese On the con trary the Ambassador says the Russians are preparing for a more aggressive campaign and are con fident of winning in the end President Roosevelt received a cordial welcome from the citizens of Louisville on the occasion of his visit here Tuesday The President left a good impression on every kiody who saw him and heard him hose who looked upon him and listened to him believed that he aeans to be the President of the U I whole people and to give every body a square deal The city last year collectedI 287000 for licenses of which 136000 was received from the saloons Our bonded debt wasI reduced 11000 and is now only 8509000 As we predicted Judge Edwar- P Dunne was elected Mayor off Chicago last Tuesday his plurality being nearly 25000 Despise not a man on account off his garb but value his worth according to his acts Happiness does not come from money but from honest principle He who is honest can feel certain that no harm will befall him Religion is good but it should not be of the cranky order ADOPT PLANS For Raising Funds For Brcc tlon of New Club House Trinity Council held a large and enthusiastic meeting Monday night that was followed by a very enjoyable smoke- and several interesting and pointed talks Members were pleased to see Secretary Emile Mouth at his desk though not entirely recovered from the effects of his recent illness The announcement of the illness of Joseph Steurle was received with regret but since then there has been a favorable change in his condition Plans submitted by the Ways and Means Committee for raising funds witht which to erect the new club house were approved by the council and it will not be long until work will begin Several architects will probably submit plans and specifications for the building and when the selection is made it is expected t have sufficient funds to erect and equip the new home and have it ready for occu pancy before next fall Attorney Newton G Rogers has ac cepted an invitation to deliver an address Monday evening on Egypt and a larg attendance Is desired by the council HAS BRIGHT FUTURE Christopher A Luckert Jr whose likeness appears herein received his diploma at the commencement CHRIS LUCKERT JR of the Louisville College of Pharmacy last Tuesday afternoon he being one of the thirty graduates of that institution Mr Luckert is a son of Mr and Mrs Chris Luckert of 1890 Seventh street and his parents can afford to be proud of the bright future that is predicted for their son be not only graduating with high honors but proving himself one of the most popular young men in the class with instructors and classmates alike GREAT CONVENT We have many great convents in this country and there are a number of great ones over the sea but Australia evidently has something to boast of in the same repeat In a recent issue of the Sydney New South Wales Catholic Press it is stated that the Abbotsford Convent of the Good Shepherd which was visited by the members of the Catholic Congress recently held at Melbourne is one of the most notable religious institutions in Australia It has within its walls a Meg dalen asylum famous lace works an orphanage a large day school a beautiful church a magnificent convent building for the Sisters and delightful and exten live grounds some thirty acres in area on the Yarra river The Convent of the Good Shepherd is in fact a small city sheltering no less than a thousand in mates the vast and complex interests of which are managed with efficiency and thoroughness J S0GIEfI H J OReilly was among those from this city registered at West Badeu this week Mrs Sam J Boldrick has been having a delightful visit with relatives iat Lebanon Miss Anna Rapier of New Haven is the charming guest of her sister Mrs Richard Dawson Mrs Kendrick Bowling of New Haven has been here as the guest of her sister Mrs Sam J Dant Miss Katherine OConnor has returned from Knoxville and is stopping at 575 West St Catherine street Miss Kate Griffiths has returned from Chicago where she spent two pleasant weeks with Mrs John Keogh M J Sheridan and wife have been enjoying a short season of rest and recreation at West Baden Springs Thomas J Keyer formerly of this city but now a prominent resident of Mem weekdThe many friends of Miss Mary Riley of 1117 West Broadway will be pleased- to learn of her complete recovery from a severe attack of rheumatism We are pleased to note that Miss Katherine Morgan has recovered from an illness that confined her to her home and caused her numerous friend much apprehension Miss Josle Schnjuck is suffering from an attack of muscular rheumatism at her home on West Chestnut street and it will be several weeks before she will again be able to be out Mayor Grainger who has been ill at his home on Third street for a week iill reported progressing toward recovery though it may be several days before he can resume his official duties Mr and Mrs Walter Dorsey have moved from Jeffersonville to Lafayette Ind where Mr Dorsey has accepted ia position as engineer on the Monon between that city and Chicago The engagement of Miss Florence Hillericb of West Broadway has been announced Her affianced is a prosperou Nordate has been set for the wedding but iti will take place in June Mrs Edward Hannan of Jeffersonville entertained Tuesday at her home 1028 East Spring street celebrating the eightyeighth birthday anniversary of her mother Mrs Katura Henry Among those present were Mrs Turner Mrs Mary Riggle Mrs R Y Reilly and Mrs J W Kelly and Mrs Kemper of Louis ville each of whom is over seventy years old The many friends and admirers of Rubeloavenue will be rejoiced to learn that her condition is much improved and that iit will not be long until she can be with them again Last week Miss Daum was stricken with appendicitis and on Satur waseentirely successful This news will bring a feeling of relief to all who know her LAST DANCE lastsdance of its series at the New Athletic Club on Easter Monday night April 24 The club intends this to be the most enjoyable one of the series At this dance the club will announce its plans for the summer the arrangements for which are now being made Two sun set excursions will form part of the summer programme the first one of which takes place the last Saturday in May The club recently elected the following officers for the ensuing term PresidentLouis J Kieffer Vice PresidentRoy C Campbell Financial SecretaryWilliam J Daly Corresponding Secretary C Nevin TreasurerCharles Parsons Executive CommitteeThomas Clines Gus Vacca Bayless Keller and Mal Shaughnessy WILL DALYS TRIP Will Daly one of the most popular young men in the employ of the J M RobinsonNorton Dry Goods Company left Wednesday night with Will Gahan for an extended Western trip in the in terests of that firm The Robinson Norton Company is the largest of its kind in the South and tomeet its increas ing trade it was necessary to put another man on the road and Mr Daly was selected for the responsible position He will be gone until July and will visit Illinois Minnesota the Dakotas and entire Northwest Mr Dalys friends will be glad to learn of his advancement and it is hoped by all that his selection will result in a big increase in business for the house he represents LARGE ATTENDANCE At the meeting of Mackin Council on Monday night there was an unusually large attendance While no business of importance was transacted it was one of the most enthusiastic meetings held for some time past Two applications were received and the obligation was adminis tered to Anthony Meagber President Kerberg appointed the Investigating Committee for the ensuing quarter There is a steady increase In the number of members attending both the meetings of the council as well as the gymnasium class and a dumber of old timers can be seen at the club house regularly FORTY IIOURS The beautiful forty hours devotions will beheld next at Holy Name church u t c Fourth and 0 streets beginning at the high mass tomorrow morning and closing Tuesday Rev Father OConnor has prepared for a large attendance at these devotions when nearly all in that section are expected to receive holy communion THE REASON WHY Priests Arc First at Disasters Where Human Life Is Involved Under the caption easilyanswered the Indianapolis Star has an editorial in answer to a correspondent who desires information The Star is the leading morning newspaper in Indiana Its answer to its correspondent is frank and full and contains some valuable informa tion The editorial follows J C M of Indianapolis sends the Star this note In this mornings issueeditorial columnIs this query Why is it that whenever a tragedy occurs that carries away human life you always hear of Catholic priests being active on the scene The fact that they are always active on the scenewhether it be the bursting of a boiler a theater fire a tidal wave or an epidemic of yellow fever being granted will the Star kindly give its conclusions and tell us why it is One reason is that the Catholic is the preponderant Christian denomina tion numerically in the United Slates thus Catholics 9891000 Methodists 0192000 Baptists 4725000 Presby terians 1601000 Lutherans 1715000 Disciples of Christ 1235000 Episcopal 782543 Congregationalists 659000 Reformed 390000 United Brethren 280000 It is calculated that taking the world over there are 230000000 Catho lies 143000000 Protestants and 98000 000 Orthodox Greeks The selfsacrifice and devotion of the Catholic priesthood and sisterhoods areas noteworthy today as they have ever been and throughout the ages they have been an inspiration and an example everywhere to those who would serve their fellow men The annals of the brave men and devoted women of the Catholic church are those of almost unexampled service heroism and self sacrifice This was the thought behind the Stars original comment All denominations are good and in recognizing the merits of one we would not seem to discriminate against the rest each of which has its peculiar merits of faith and practice but while on the sub ject of the Catholic denomination it iis perhaps fitting to mention the acute and comprehensive statesmanship with which that church has been directed Its escape from many of the exciting and demoralizing agitations that perplex and embarass other denominations does not result from chance but from sagacious administration BACK TO ERINa Irelands Own Band has no longer an organized existence in the United States the majority having returned to Ireland Eight of them went home im mediately after their arrival in New York from St Louis at the close of the World Fair thirteen sailed on the steamship Cedric on Thursday March 23 and one sailed since then A few remain here andwith some musicians recruited here propose to make a tour of the United States under the original name It is for this reason that the United Irish American societies of New York decided to notify their brethren throughout the country of the state of affairs and to warn them against being imposed on DESIRES HIS ADDRESS National Secretary Carroll was so impressed with the eloquent and able address on the Catholic Press delivered by Attorney Newton G Rogers at the recent Hibernian banquet that he has written Attorney Rogers expressing the opinion that it would be a splendid idea to have it published and asking for the copyt Secretary Carroll is positive much good will be done in the cause of Catholic Journalism by its publication This is a high but well merited oomph ment to Mr Rogers who will comply with the request MEET NEXT WEEK Both the Federation of Catholic Soci eties and the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights bold their regular monthly meetings next week Hereafter the sessions of the Federation will be held at the Catholic Womans Club on West Walnut street Dr J W Fowler will be present to tell what was done at the recent meeting of the National Exec utive Committee The Central Committee will meet as usual at St Marys Hall and as impor tant questions will be discussed all delIegates are urged to attend RACE PRACTICALLY OVER The race for Magistrate in the Eleventh and Twelfth wards is practically over and everybody concedes the nomination- of Patrick T Sullivan Every day new friends are pledging him their support and his majority will be overwhelming Possessed of the qualifications that go to make the just and fearless official the litigants of his magisterial district are assured a square deal COME AGAIN Dr M Casey of Carrollton spent a few days here with friends this week and was a welcome visitor to the Kentucky Irish American Though not entirely recovered from the effects of his recent operation the doctor was looking hale and hearty He says the Carrollton council of the Y M I is in excellent condition and increasing in membership TRUANT OFFICER The School Trustees at a special meeting held Thursday night elected Thomas Hines a truant officer The selection is a splendid one and will be approved by- the public at large L 0- U i 1Vt7tULEYSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Matinee PITT PATT POUT Thursday Friday and Saturday Even ings and Saturday Matinee Mrs Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch HOP NSMarket Street Hcarcoua New Theater tmljt for comfort end safety Week Commen o niB Sn ay Matinee April 9 TWO MOWS DAILY THE1yOTftD RENOWNED The Great Wnn of Enchantment refined entertainers Ellis Nowlan Trio acrobats Vernon ven triloquist McCue Cahill ballad singers Three Jacksons novelty athletes The Biograph pictures and other ac- tsBUCKNGHAIM WEE COMMENCING STODA7 APB 9 Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday 8atnrday Aurora Borealis ol Funny Shows WffiERS DAINTY DUCHESS Pres ntingTwo Farcical Frolics BIG oflO OF SPECIALTY ARTISTS C B TUOMPSON e FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jiflirson st e Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Kflffi 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 8RATTfRMAN Successor to Mrs George Ratterman FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER Carriages furnished for all occasions All calls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MARKET ST HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral News Notes Division 4 will fine members for nonattendance at one meeting a month in the future There are now nine divisions in New Orleans and vicinity and several ladles auxiliariesDivision 17 of New York City has presented to St Matthews church a handsome statue of St Patrick Bayonne Hibernians have raised over 1000 for the benefit of St Eumans College a trades school in Ireland Division 1 will meet Tuesday evening and Division 4 Wednesday evening in the new hall in the Hopkins Theater buildingIt that 50000 people were present in Madison Square Garden and- S izers Park at the great ball of the New York Hibernians The work of organizing continues in Minnesota Steps have been taken for the formation of a new division at Hib bing and a ladies auxiliary at Eveleth Division 2 of Eveleth Won realized a snug sum from the St Patricks day entertainment and at a large meeting donated the money to St Patricks church The order was never in so flourishing a condition in Texas as at present Houston Dallas Beaumont and other cities have strong divisions and the membership is constantly increasing Members of Division 11 of Utica did not celebrate on March 17 but last week they assembled in St Patricks church hall and enjoyed a fine collation and smoker in honor of their patron saint The members of the ten Providence divisions turned out in unusually large numbers Sunday to witness a grand exemplification of the major degree honors and the initiation of thirty candi datesDivision 4 of Syracuse is arranging for ai big initiation on May 19 when the ddegrees will be exemplified on a large class of candidates The Sun says every thing Indicates the event will be most successfulDivision 7 of Syracuse is making great efforts to increase its membership A committee is canvassing St Patricks parish and President Dwyer is deter mined to swell the membership to 500 this summer COURT CLERK The appointment of Ray Flanagan to- the position of Quarterly Court Clerk made vacant by the resignation of William Melone gives general satisfaction For several years he was an assistant in the office and his experience quali flea him in every way for the position Clerk Flanagan is the highest type of oung man and Judge Gregory is to be commended for appointing him NEW TRANSFERSt The Louisville Railway Co Will SlipTransfer Issue Slips Good for Transfers On and After Monday April 3 At the Intersections of the Different Streets as Mentioned Below This Will Give Louisville Practically a Universal Transfer System and Superior- to Any City iin the World Passers Will Notify Conductors of the Transfer They Want at the Time They Pay Their Fares I Nineteenth and Main streets f T 9- a Nineteenth and Market streets i i t J Nineteenth and Jefferson streets i aNineteenth and WSlnut streets j J Eighteenth and Walnut streets j Fifteenth and Main streets j Fifteenth and Market streets f Fifteenth and Jefferson streets Fifteenth and Green streets Fifteenth and Walnut streets i Fifteenth and Chestnut streets Fifteenth and BroadwaytTwelfth and Main streets i j Twelfth and Market streets Twelfth and Jefferson streets Twelfth and Green streets f Twelfth and Walnut streets 5 Twelfth and Chestnut streets Twelfth and Broadway r I Tenth and Chestnut streetsti Tenth and Walnut streets Y Seventh and Main streets r Seventh and Market streets Seventh and Jefferson streets Seventh and Green streets T Seventh and Walnut streets Seventh and Chestnut streets I Seventh and Broadway j Sixth and Main streetsIj Sixth and Market streets Sixth and Jefferson streets Sixth and Green streets Sixth and Walnut streets Sixth and Chestnut streetsISixth and Broadway Fifth and Main streets It Fifth and Market streets Fifth and Jefferson streets Fifth and Green streets Fifth and Walnut streets Fifth and Chestnut streets i FourthtT I f Fourth and Chestnut streets Fourth and Oak streets i Second and Green streets i Second and Chestnut streets Second and Oak streets First and Market streets Brook and Chestnut streets Brook and Broadway nff I Hancock and Walnut streets rHancock and Chestnut streets Hancock and Broadway II 0 Shelby and Chestnut streets Broadway and Barret avenue DH RUSSELLCANDIDATE SENATORI FROM THE THIRTYEIGHTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT t COMPOSED OF rile EIGHTH NINTH TENTH ELEVENTH b TWELFTH WARDS Subject to Action of Democratic Party H S McNuTTOAJSDXDAT FOR STATE SENATOR37th Senatorial District 1st 2nd 3rd 4lb 5th and 6th Wards Subject to Action of the Democratic Party k X C a n mm m M mr- h iiSa i sts c I1rJQNTUOKY IRISH AlIIERIfOAN ALBERT CHARLTON CkNDIDATE FOR T STATE SENATOR 38th Senatorial District 8th 9th 10th 11th and f2h Wards DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY TUESDAY APRIL 25 1905 Home Phone 564 MorbachsMilitary and Orchestra E MORBACH Conductor Music Furnished For All Occasions I t CornettOFFICE AND RESIDENCE I 320 West Breckinridge Street Pw S RAYFOR County Assessor JEFFERSON COUNTY SUBJECT TO ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY 1DOG NOV mUOr Blootlorx 1OOSI THOMAS ASHELLEY Ccmdiclcito For TAX RECEIVERSUBJE- CT 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 1905 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1905 ALP V OLDHAMCE11TDItDAT13 FOR CLERK POLICE COURTSu- bject to Action of the Democratic Party of t Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 810 1 4- 1I+1 I I I I 1n11 H I I I I I I I I I I IIIII I IItIIHI +JuIII 11 U J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS STREETShortI 1 1I M I1IMI II IIlI IMHHI II1 1111 JII I I I I 11 11 I I 1 I I 1 I 1 JJ I I n H H + t H t t FINE WINES m EJIii t ALKOLJ3t IXJQ00KS CIGARS D r oiu6ll fY IPfJfR M ANnRfOJ X SONS WAGONH MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST MANHATTAN RESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIQHT 504 W Jefferson StreetOTTO B VENT Proprietor Home Phone 4715 Climb n3o LSIA I JI P U Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3633 528 Fifth Stree- Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXGHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH 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 land of the sky and beautiful sapphire country andre turning 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 Cincinnatievery morning via Queen Crescent route running through without change to Jacksonville via Chattanooga Southern railway The Chicago and Florida special be elegantdrawingetc will leave Cincinnati every evening except Sunday running through solid to St Augustine via Chattanooga Southern railway with dining car service enrouteThrough Pullman sleepers to Jackson vile from Cincinnati every evening via Knoxville Asheville and Savannah From Louisville connection with all of the bytrainsof the Sky book Winter Homes folder rates schedules or other informa tion address G D Allen A G P A Southern railway St Louis C H Hun geford D P A Southern railway Louis ville W C Rincarson G P A Q C route Cincinnati MACAULEYS For the first half of the week Ma cauleys offering will be Pill Paff Peuff a very amusing operaticc omedv A feature will be the singing of Fred Mace and the pony ballet who do an originaland very artistic bit of clowning For the last half the attraction will be kMra Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch a play that needs no introduction here its splendid dramatic worth as well as its author being well known HOPKINS THEATER Herrmann the great magician will appear at the Hopkins at the head of next weeks bill performing some of tbe most noteworthy of his old tricks and in troducing many new sensations It is to be made a bill of headliners and among the features will be found the eight Vassar girls the Ellis Nowlan trio Ver non the ventriloquist and McCue and Cahlll BUCKINGHAM A carnival of song and dance merri expectedbyat the Buckingham Theater next week An array of pretty girls in their songs and dances maintain unbroken interest while funny comedians keep up a round1 pleasing MASONIC The next attraction at Masonic Thea ter will be Sherlock Homes the thrilling detective drama based upon Conan Doyles wonderful character and the one in which Herbert Kelcey end Effie Shan non scored such a great hit two seasons ago AUDITORIUM assThe for the erection of an auditorium should be encouraged Louis ville needs one badly and it is to be hoped the meeting held last Friday night will result in the formation of an organization that will give the city suchi an auditorium as will meet all requir ments which are fast multiplying The geneJCueI cepted acJJ 1 IRELAND Record of the Host Important ofI the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges At AchHIIsIand a community of nuns will shortly be established it is said the members of which will use only the Irish language in their intercourse with the people At a meeting of the Westport hoard of Guardians Johnl Walsh presiding the Achlll relieving officer reported that owing to theopening of relief works in the island he was able to remove 110 cases from bis outdoor relief list The Committee of Management of the Munster Training College foi Gaelic teachers havejissued an appeal for help The college is situated in the heart of an Irish speaking district Ballingeary Close on eighty students who underwent a course of training in the college are now teaching the national language on methodical and scientific lines through out the country The success of the college has already far exceeded the expectations of its promoters The work is a national one and in a national communityjwoiild be supported by the stateRecruiting in Ireland says the Free mans Journal Is steadily reacting after the artificial stimulus given to it during the South African war The recruits last year notwithstanding the depression in employment were 160 fewer in the Bel fast district 401 fewer in the Dublin dU trict and 4GG fewer in the Cork district a total decreaseof 1087 or over 20 per cent The Irish militia has decreased by 6168 or nearly 20 per cent also since 1900 The decrease in England is only 10tIreland is ceasing to be a good recruiting groundThe Mbst Rev Dr Fennelly Arch bishop of Cashel opened a Feis at the grounds of the Tburles Agricultural Society on March 17 The day in strik ing contrast to the recent boisterous weather was beautifully fine aud the attendance was of fairly large dimen slons including a number of clergy from the archdiocese The competitions mainly included music dancing and singing Some home industries were exhibited in stalls on the grounds Throughout tbe various competitions his Grace the Archishop remained on the platform and repeatedly applauded com petitorsFor some considerable time the Department of Agriculture and Techni cal Instruction Jhave been carrying out a series of experiments at Inny County Westmeatb in the manufacture of peat fuel Their experiments were very suc cessful and went to show that such fuel could be manufactured and placed on the market at a good working profit and without demanding an exhorbitant ini tial outlay on plant J T Tatlow who has been conducting the experi ments for the department intends under taking like work at a near date on a bog in the vicinity of Castleconnell County Limerick Language week was inaugurated in Dublin by the greatest public demonstra tion that Ireland has seen since the days of OConnells monster meeting and in order discipline organization and perfect arrangement of detail it far sur passed anything that has ever taken place in Ireland When the magnificent procession closed with a monster public meeting in the greatest open space in Dublin old Smithfield Market Dublins Catholic Archbishop sat on the plat form beside Douglas Hyde the Protest ant ministers son who is President of the Gaelic League and who is the soul of the movement This was the new Ireland perfectly typifie- dRECENT DEATHS The funeral of Patrick Francis took place from the Church of the Blessed Sacrament Tuesday morning at 9 oclock Deceased was the son of the late Mr and Mrs John Francis and resided in Bowies Addition The interment was in St rouis cemetery The funeral of George Murphy who passedaway Sunday morning took place Tuesday from St Aloysius church Rev Father OGrady celebrating the mass of requiem and pronouncing feeling dis course on the subject of death Deceased was a son of the late Catherine Murphy and was held in high esteem andrespect by his numerous friends and relatives Mrs Mary J Dunne for many years a resident of the West End and a devout member of St Patricks church died Tuesday night at her late home 1733 Duncan street at the age of fiftyeight She leaves one son and two daughters the former a well known telegraph operator The funeral occurred Thurs day morning with solemn high mass of requiem at St Patricks Miss Catherine Murphy a well known trained nurse died Wednesday morning at St Anthonys Hospital after an ill ness of only a few days Six years ago she came to Louisville from her home at Loogootee Ind and since receiving her diploma she had been very successful The remains were taken charge of by Gran Smiths Son and were shipped to Loogoote where Miss Murphy leaves a widowed mother anda brother and sister KELLY WITH OLDHAM James B Kelly one of the best known men in the city Las gone with Alf Old ham candidate for City Court Clerk and will be one of the deputies in the event of his election Jim has a large follow ing of personal friends and his selection for deputy will make many votes for Mr Oldham FIFTH SUNDAY Of LENT Tomorrow will be Passion Sunday the weeksIhence will be Easter Sunday The at tendanceatthe Lenten devotions at the n o I n 11 andbuildersPlaster our readymixed plastering material It is enduring unequaled in quality and high above all others as a satisfaction giver and a money saver Kentucky Wall Plaster Co Incorporated TELEPHONE 2267 KyAlsoter Jeffersonville Ind Telephone 555 HERRMANN BROSr IMPORTERS FINE 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 WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL LESTER Prop Hot LUnch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock JfJta W GREEN ST QO TO Pioneer Bottling House FO- RSTRAIGHTr WHISKIES BIG JUG AT DOOR JP XXAJOTP 913 WBST BROADWAY near Union Station local churches has been very good and will be increased at the more solemn services of the next two weeks GATHERING STATISTICS J Emerson Rose representing the Government Census Bureau is here gathering statistics from manufacturing and other business concerns For several years he has been employed by the Cen sus Bureau and manufacturers will find him not only a competent but a painstaking andaccommodating official RECEIVES AMERICANS The Pope last Saturday received in private audience Mrs Burton Harrison Mr and Mrs Francis Burton Harrison and Miss Keating of New York Miss Wade Hampton of South Carolina Miss Herndon of Virginia and Mr and Mrs Charles Knapp of Baltimore HINTS ON STYLE Tempting are tbe many robe patterns and unmade embroidered linen waists Irish crochet lace will make many of tbe summer hats to be worn with thin dressesVery simple gowns of handkerchief linen very fine and sheer are embroid ered freely on both skirt andwaist The parasols that have made tbeir ape pearance are diaphanous affairs looking as though a breath would blow them awayThe French blouses buttoned in the back and more or less elaborate are bound to be popular this year as they were last- China silk petticoats to be worn under lawns and dimities are made very pretty with shirred ruffles hand embroidered in large dots Ready to wear hats are mostly of chip A French chip plateau trimmed with roses in mahogany shades is one of tue attractive models to be seen The newest shopping bags almost square are carried by means of a strap through which the hand slips easily Inside are places for the small change purse memorandum book etc For those who like madras waists there is a sufficient variety to choose from The patterns seem to be smaller than they were last season and somewhat less suggestive of table linen Fjve out of ten of the summer gowns already seen are made with guitnpesor chemisettes and the shops are showing tempting little handmade mull and thin linen affairs laced and embroidered An odd lingerie hat is in directoire style with the stiff lines softened by the material it is made of which is nothing but the tiniest of frills of airy pink lace It is trimmed withlltiffwhite camelias Chameleon silks in a shimmer of soft pale shades change with every light into new beauty Each is a combination of several colors yet each is dominated though ever so slightly by one of them A stylish gown seen on a young girl was made of black cashmere with a full skirt entirely plain save for two deep tucks above the hem The blouse was trimmedwith a bit of Irish lace and brightened up with Persian medallions combining many bright colors only two or three being used vinegarTheeffectwater is used u t t DflNIEL J DOUGHERTY FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER BOTH PHONES 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1231 West Market Street Bet 12th and 13th All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night H tt H+HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 i oJuJ BARRETT i FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EAST 7UT7UN STREETWith 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 It1tIII1I I I I I II Ii1iIlI1I I oHIII+rII 11 I HH 1 I I I 1 0 THOMAS KEENAN i Funeral Director and Embalmer All Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages i Furnished for All Occasions t Both Phones 365 1225 W MARKET STREET HIIIIHHIHHI I I H i+I I 111 HInI H I HH I I I I l 1 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CALIFORNIA AND THE NORTHWEST From Louisville Vial- hoHENDERSON p ROUTE WashIngton termediate points Tickets on sale daily up to and including May 15 1905 Also special home seekers rates to the West and Southwest on certain dates If you contemplate a trip ask us for rates If you would travel In comfort see that your ticket reads over the Henderson Route between Louisville and St Louis StLouistheWestGeneral PaSnRerAgent Louisville Ky n k 1tJ3i1 TTI3Q77Y IRX5H ALtJERIOAN f COL I B NALL Candidate For Legislature In the FortynlMh Legislative DistrictEighth and Ninth Wards Among the prominent and well known Democrats of Louisville the subject of this sketch will be recognized AS most worthy of support from who stand by party principles and party rules He has always been willing to sacrifice per sonal feeling to the good of the party Twice has he been honored with a nom ination on the State ticket and he served a term as State Commissioner of Agriculture Labor and Statis tics in troublous times but with credit to himself and to the party which trusted him He is favorably known all over the State and particularly among the sturdy farmers and will in position if elected to the Legislature to protect the interests of our city against attempts to it by adverse legislation Pri66S and Piano standards Ever eince we have been in business we have made prices and standards lower prices and higher standards But it isnt prce alone that makes oae store better than another nor quality nor variety nor courtesy nor liberality It is all of these and morethe desire and termination to do the best for you at every step and in every direction DECKER SON HAINES BROS CONOVER SCHUBERT KINGSBURY CHICKERING And Nl1110 Otlhor Qroat Jolco The Piano of your choice is here and they were never finer But that is the least of the story The greatness of this Piano Store the readon which it chiefly prides itself lies most of all in its constant ness to serve you its determination to win your confidence and respect by fair and honorable dealing MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO OCBSOOO FOURXH AVENUE I fs slie 6lldS ft Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES fTO SUIT EVERY TASTE 69 t tGive us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the 5C finest of their kind in the city VS s BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION +J F 3rO3 W Jefferson Street g 04 000c- r 00 t00OCX HI I tt I I It I tt It I I t I It I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I OUR EASTER LINE Is now ready There are sev eraI new things that you havent seen Let us show them to you Also our usual full line of WATCHES RINGS PINS and NOVELTIES Nice Line of Crosses and Rosaries for Confirmation Gifts i IWest 5- 30L Market I I H I I I I ttI I I I I I I I I H+I 3 all Democratic be injure de BRUNN 3lbs I IuIHH OF GOOD West i HH IN I 1 +1 COFFEE Its my special ROASTED and delivered hot from my roaster to your kitchen All other kinds of the finest coffee in townat the lowest prices Phone a trial order TEA 45C BLACK GREEN OR 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AVENUEandSOTS PI30AiEN3 iQ1L 1 + + 4t 1 + 4 4 + I I I ttf + + + 4 + + t+ I I eIt + + + It + 4 t + tf+ 4 + + t4 + f 4- ri z JAMES B BROWN OEu1 iidatt nor SHERIFFJFF RSONOOUNTY SUBJECT TO ACTION OF DE1IOCRTICPAnTy I U c IJ tj e ee ee eee ce 000000 00000 1Certificate No LouisvilleI Ky IOO THE STORE THAT ALWAYS DOES THINGS RIGHT II HOUSE FURNISHING CLUB Membership Certificate 8 The payment of Two Dollars entitles the bearer to one years membership in theMJ Bacon Sons House Furnishing Club and all the benefits under following conditions 81st Applicants must be industrious and of good character s 2d The purpose of the Club is to cnableyou to buy Furniture Carpets Mattings Lace Curtains and Stoves on WEEKLY PAYMENTS the same price your READY CASH WOULD BUY them at J Bacon Sons Louisvilles Greatest Department Store But as an evidence of your good faith and intentions you will be required to execute acknowledgement to the amount ofyour purchases 3rd NO INTEREST IS CHARGED on your purchases Should you become sick or dis abled an extension of payments will be granted if a certificate from the attending physician stating facts is presented at the office of J Bacon Sons 4th On a purchase not exceeding 2500 you pay 200 weekly u u U U 5000U 300UrUntil entire amount Is paId U U U U U 7500 400 U H U U IoooOI 500U SPECIAL ARRANGEMENTS FOR LARGER PURCHASES MAY BE MADE WITH CREDIT MAN OF J BACON SONS 5th Upon last payment you will obtain absolute possession and be released from all obligations J Bacon Sons Larger payments can be made which is advisable if members have money to toIIA Membership Ticket will be issued to each member and same must be shown isalespeople at time of oSignifying a purchaslrtgIIa member and hereby agree to pay 8200 for membership ISigned Address I 8- I I Witness 0 I N BWe reserve the privilege of cancelling above Membership 0Certificate and returning the 200 paid for same iit upon investigation f8we find parties not entitled to credit on above terms 00000000 00000000000000000 000000 00000000 Paul C Earth CANDIDATE FOR MAYORDemocratic E T Schmitt CANDIDATE FOR EITY TREASURER Democratic PrimaryApril 25 sue wSpeciatstyleforboys HOLLYS PILE CURE Cures any and all kinds of piles Cure guaranteed or money refunded Mall orders receive prompt attestion If your HotlyBros7 J- u LJ 9IJ r 1- II i h f SOCIETY DIRECTORY A p 1EI- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan Jr r Financial SecretaryPeter J Cnslck 1911 Bank atree- tTreasurerThomas f F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording Secretary Joe Lynch Financial Secretary John TV 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 Secretary John Morris Financial SecretaryPat King 1846 Lytle Stree- tTreasurerDI Coleman BegleySergeantatAnns Riley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John Hennesey LynchRecording Financial Secretary Joe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly TreasurerWilliam J Connelly DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Plans Hall KinneyPresldentRoberf Vice PresidentMichael Breen MUlJlhyJrFinancial TreasurerLouis Constantine MarshalPeter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Ford V 2MC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 630 Twentysixth Street PresidentWilliam Kerberg ShaughnessySecond MorganFinancialCorresponding SecretaryF Lanahan SteltenpohlMarshallohn Inside SentinelJohn Stewart Outside SentinelrrPatrick Mullarkey TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Mopday Evening at the Club House 7X East Gray Street CooaeyFirstBell Second Vice President A Hucken beckReconUngSecretaryEmlt Mout- hFinanciasSecretaryRobert G Goebel Corresponding 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I IITIS ALWAYS PURE I mt H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky 8S r 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 S e3e 3SSKt S SS 3 FO LO THE OROVDAnd you givingYOUR UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188403732 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN A P P J JRPresidentKentucky Vitrified Brick Co INCORPORATED IVIcinxafieaLOtnarort og VITRIFIED PAVING BRICKF- OR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W Jefferson St Works Magnolia Are Bet 9lhand 10th TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 v YC tlbe Brables Gilbert Company INOOntKJMATBD tatiOncr Representatives of the 1tiammond tVPt1 Blank Rook Printerswriter for Kentucky typewriterarid etcBinders Paw Box Booksellers c manufacturers tor tbtra ant Green Sto o Loutsvtlle It DRo J T CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses 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