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I 1 r- TvrTpoj I t rf 1 71 rit it r kif i kiJ1 1 it J I 1 v Ir rL KFNiUi Igisu h jjiot VOLUMtXIVNO 15 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 15 1905 fift7fu FIVE C NTS ENTRIES For the Democratic Primary Election on April 25 Are Made Up 1ft V There Are a Largo Number an r l r ia Lively Contest Is J Promised Some Hsvo No Opposition But I e itiesWIUGo j vix t Y I IbRY UNDER CARROLL LIfaI trif t i Everything is ready now for the big Democratic primary for the nomination of city and county officers to be held o April 25 The entries closed April I J r and there are sixtyseven candidates on the list These candidates will be voted I for as at the regular election and the t primary will be conducted under the I protection of the Carroll primary election t law which prescribes the same penalties 1 for fraud as are provided for under the law governing general elections The large number of entries indicates that the primary will be a lively one andsI will not be a cut find dried affair as pre + dictedJby Ujc neniies of the Democratic a i partyliolplaced on the ballot whether they have opposition or not It Is complimentary to a number of the candidates who seek 4 renomination that they have no opposl1k tion for renominatjon Among these are the following Judge John McCann for b Police Judge Dr Harris Kelly for Corner I Frank Hagan for Prosecuting A torney of the Police Court William Bos ler for Bailiff of Police Court William J Seraonin for County Clerk Robert W Bingham for County Attorney John R Pflanz for Jailer and R H Young for County Surveyo- rr Among the new aspirants for office ThornsIShelley for City Tax Receiver He iis the present efficient chief deputy under James B Brown E1 Schmitt betterh known as Dick Schmitt has no opj position for City Treasurer He is th w presenfShfcriff ofJefferroacountyraad 1 like Mr Shelley Is a very popular Among the most popular young aspi eats for legislative honors Is Emmet p Slattery in the Fortyeighth district in whose hands Louisvilles business interests wonld be safe In the Ge by cal Assembly Following Is the list of entries in fnlalMayorpaul C Barth Laban Phelps TreasnrerET Schmitt DickceHerndon Charles AuditoryLyne Nenmeyer of Tax RrcelverThornas A Shelleyc Jude City CourtJohn McCannsaProsecuting Attorney City CourtRob erj Hagan Clerk City CourtAlf V Oldha Robert C Gray BaiHff City CourtWilliam BoslerteCharles A Wilson Jas apFitzgeraldCounty AttorneyRobert W Bingham County ClerkW J Sentonin County SheriffHenry A Dell James B Brown County AssesSorJohn M Adams P S Ray Charlie J Fegenbush County Jailer John R Pflanz County CoronerHarris Kelly County SurveyorR H Young County Superintendent Public Schools Rosa Stonestreet L J Stivers W H Tharp the Senator Thirtysixth District H SthMcNutt C C Roe I Senator Thirtq eighth District Albert H Charlton D H Russell Representative Fortyfourth District Lloyd W Gates W H Able Representative F9rtyfifth District f John M Letterle John E Carney Representative Fortysixth District Chris Mueller John J Tierney Representative Fortyseventh District James A Hagan Jacob Netoffsky A E petweller day Representative Fortyeighth Dlstrlctel4I Emmet P Slattery Neville S Bumttca John Welisen The Representative Forty ninth DtstrictIh Ion B Nall- Representative Fiftieth District W Baxter graRepresentativeTflomas Drewry Sam L Robertson JusticeI Peace County First DIstrictre R O Dorsey G C Shsdbnrne Justice Peace County Second District David McKInley S C Witberbee Justice Peace County Third District i and Henry C Hikes H D Robb Justice Peace County Fourth District Clem A Kramer S S Hollis J Shively William F Miles Justice Peace City Fifth District Frank J Hoffman David S Augustus hers Justice Peace City Sixth Dlstrictml Edward Meglemry Justice Peace City Seventh Dlstricta Edward D OConnor William A Shu 1 mateJustice Peace City Eighth District Thomas Satterwhlte P T Sulllvau AtWIl1 bert B Hackel Constable City Fifth District John at Cheating jatneaC Hendricks 1 table City Sixth Dirtrlct Joseph bers aort taj ICMftiibki City Seventh District = rX p re4 Charles F Ratterman Thomas Moran Constable City Fifth District Joseph J Nelllgan Stewart Roberds John II Martin Elmer S Cotner I AFTER NINETEEN YEAR Father Hillebrand Will Take 1 His First Priestly dVacation After nineteen years continuous servi in the holy priesthood the Rev Father Joseph H Hillebrand the beloved rector of St Marys of the Knobs in Floyd county Indwill take his first vacation this month Father Hillebrand has been a faithful worker andN Protestants and hJsmanynol11eDuringhlubsence administered by one of the Franciscan thers from St Boniface this city Father Hillebrand wilt leave on April 26 and will be absent about four months Sailing on the Crown Prince William he will return on the Kaiser William II I Father Hillebrand will visit France I t1 eabd ein Germany and home Upon his arrival he will deliver a series of Interesting lee I lures in the Falls Cities and n Indiana and Kentucky dealing with his observei lions abroad the proceeds of which win I be devoted to the erection of the new St Marys which Father Hillebrand wan l to make his crowning work Before his departure there will be gatherings of Catholics and othersI to wish Father Hillebrand goodbye and pleasant journey at which they will nifest their appreciation of his devo n to them by presenting him with sub itantiul means that will enable him to make the long trip with ease and com fort With our Indiana friends we wish him bon voyage and a safe return to the people who love him OWENSBOROt I AGreatSociety of St Josephs Parish SJLastdayforJosephs parish in Owensboro It was I the semiannual day for the receiving of I testjf dHty which is oWIgatorj was also hioand this was worn on this occasion A line of march was formed at the school house and the procession proceeded to offerneel Rev Thomas F McGuire who 1ia assisting temporarily at St Pauls He delivered an eloquent and practical the sermon in German in which he paid a to the society and its mewi bers The main thought was the value the human soul estimated by what it the Son of God to redeem and itwIn the evening the business meeting of Fathem I McGuire was elected to honorary mew bership A vote of thanks was also ex to him expressive of the members preciation of him The following offi were electe- dPresidentM Dittman Vice PresidentAugust Graf Recording SecretaryGeorge Ebelhar Corresponding SecretaryA ObersteTreasurerWilliam Hay thMarshalLeoSicEzecuttveCommitteeA Hart and Sebastian WeikelasFather McGuire is well known iinre Louisville He came here from Lorain Ohio where he was an active member ofnet Ancient Order of Hibernians and held office of County Chaplain for a ton The timefoSATOLLI COUNCIL that Doing Some Lively HustUhfi In ItsMembershipContest and was Themeetingj of Satolil Council Mon evening showed three new members one obligated 1d one new ap the filled by the membership teahcontest closes in two weeks so some work on that line will be done iin onthereGestate made their report which was very tifying to the members and showed they are losing no time in the Ertaa work The excursion committee may that July 15 has been selected fora sunset excursion on the steamer HiawathaThe1 committee had no report of were continuedca EEintohopePspeech Sitolli Council has certainly been fortunate in ihe selection of new memo and is laying the foundation for a solid membership than it has ever j in the past e GREEN VERSUS GOLDagI city Unless all signs tail a warm contest be waged among the two tea known as the Green and Gold the last meeting of the Hibernian Ladles Auxiliary to secure new memo The winning side will be enter teelata c aphonorJ a f tii IJj j oo for Already there is intense interest i the affair and there will doubtless be large attendance of ladies next Wedu day night to see who starts off in the lead Miss Mary Sheridan will also have- S some important matters to submit and In addition the County Board will heard from I MOUNT ST MARYS A Well Known Louisville B I ceMember of Graduating Class A letter received from Mount St Marys College the famous old educa tional institution at Emmitsburg brie the pleasing intelligence that Em Kennedy of thscity will be a member of this years graduating class which numbers eighteen The crommenceme exercises will take place on June 15 Last Sunday the students had the pleasure of a visit from Cardinal Gibbons and on Monday enjoyed a holiday in his honor The Easter vacation will beg next Monday Mr Kennedy is to as slat in singing the Passion on Good Fritt dy and is a member of the quartette selected to render the Benedlctus and Miserere during the Tenebrae exercises i It will be of interest to many of o t readers who are acquainted with ReV Dennis J Flynn LLD to know that uptprotsDr OHara who is away on account of illhealth Rev Dr Flynn is a nativ of Louisville and will be remembered as one of Father Baxs boys I it CUSICK GETS WATCHn The Presentation Took Place Tuesday Night at Happytl Meeting Good fellowship and a happy feeling prevailed at the meeting of Division O H held Tuesday evening Thea fUndertakerft the division decided to have Its next initUiatlon on Tuesday May 9 for whlcb preparation will be made President James Barry occupied thew chair and ender good of the order calledbl Peter Cusick and presnted him the gold I watch won in the St Patricks day conm 1wo During his address the Preside t Biseel attention to the long and aithi services of SqtajjcjCuslck and assuredI mallttheptearbera eharedwJttr biro tbe of his victory State President Keenan presented L the division two boxes of Savanae and while these were being enjoyed happy little talks were made by Peter M OReilli allt Charles Raldy David OConnell and others and the meeting proved one of j themost enjoyable held for some time Before the adjournment the Liters 0vival sbCommittee7 I Newton G Rogers had accepted an Inviei tation to read his instructive and interesting a paper on Egypt at the next meeting takes place April 25 L FAVORS CHANGE is Mackln Council May Hold Anthoust Outing Near life Homer large number was present Monday when President Kerberg calledel meeting of Mackin Council The k Committee reported Charles Zengel Of having entirely recovered from his illness and improvement in the if condition of Ben Saltenbrock At the this meeting the Outing Committee will report the grounds selected for the JunBe Club after its en who thinvitationEaster Monday evening April 24 an the affair would be in of puMessrswiWilliamJohn Kinney This social auzilie very successful during the fall an winter and the coming dance will doubt be a repetition of the past Job McQuese who some time since deserted ranks of the Bachelors Club was liand and delivered an entertaining an wtThein charge favors a change th- yearand It need not be surprising arrangements are made whereby Foan Ferry Park and all its attractions in be secured for that event tha CANDY PULLlNti as the The Sisters and children of the parish the Blessed Sacrament will givetpnlllng in the school hall on ster Monday afternoon and night prizes will be awarded those selling the most tickets and besides EoaudGOOD PRIEST ERESOl Rev Bernard P Walsh one of the priests of Gethsemani was in the their Wednesday transacting important and business Despite his years Father Walsh lish lie that Loulavildis wide experience and retentive memory wakcblman Interesting personage especially when among Catholics w in preciate his reminlsc ncM of Ka la lheysats long gone by At tJ 1 1 iHOMERULE ii abeJd Dominate the British Parliament i i John Redm d Irish Leader ySays ThoriJ Will Bo No Compromise 1 An Eloquent Address of Bishop1 CompiitnentiugBa Laadkrmeti l ntLATB NOTABLE i01mot GATHBRIHG 1 1 be neverinsecure rue They know their rights and will secure them at all hazards Recent events England and Ireland have demonstrated that the sentiment in favor of home rulej is jgrowing not only in Parliament bur atof throughout the empire All statesmen throughout the W rid who are not tiedIthrough British influence publiclyj I that England would be better by giving Ireland home rule Itcal would end the turmoil of centuries be tweeu the Irish and the British GovernIt I meut The Irish however are not ask fog home rule as a favor they consld J their Godgiven right to have a govern J of their own Home rule is theII paramount issue in the British earl a ment today no matter whit renegades like Lord Rosebery and Chamberlain say t the contrary There was a notable gathering In Lon don on St Patricks day in which some very able addresses were delivered on the subject of home rule John E Redmond 1Irish leader In Parliament presideda there were distinguished Irishmen from all parts of Ireland inclnd many of the clergycThe most notable speech was made b Most Rev trODonneJl Bishop of Raphoe who received a great oven ofhe arose to address the large assem The Right Reverend speaker was enthusiastic in d1 belief that Ireland in a shpjt time obtain home rule force of circumstances In part the said X alThe fate o1 xicetapen eo tragi0 and in many ways so sad that I think we rflaybeexcnsaifr6tiran otcSslon like this we dwell with satisfaction on the elements of strength and hope that Providence has given us It is the trio firstYof commemorated by the festival of Stt Patrick Then we have to encourage ust marvelous growth of the Gaelic reohi at home in Ireland and beyond theT of the old country to whose Mr Redmond ties just paid such worthy tribute Again we have the growing power of the Irish people iin a Great Britain and the colonies andjf above all in the great republic of America The present system of administration unIrish because it is controlled from without and therefore lacks the magic could evoke the spirit of nationall or infuse it into the efforts of governfCJ mcnt Few people of those who look to upon the representation of Ireland at Westminster advert to the fact that Ire land has no direct control over her own government and I may say no control of any kind over the judicial side jgovernment Now In my opinion It would be well for England as for Ireland before depopulation goes any further unconstitutional system were entirely the abandoned and in place of it a native government established deserving the name in all its departments No one knows Ireland can truly say th majority are intolerant Once thethe Godv monopoly le ofconquest rule the minority have more than their share of wh going in the free play of public life 1Into gaindby system garrij gimpnythe an d renders a permanent understanding with impossibled founded distinction of creed above every goverisQ eauiEae partyWI andI think I may say that Itish residents England have a claim on the par tepeeinf party are not at all behind the Catholic members and I be allowed to fepresst thoroughly efficient Irish giInKotCbjecttictectlonQ retionglish primsry schopls whether by asoseparate treatment arrangement orinE anmeher members pledged to the religious educa JlttiOItParliamentary action to the behests opportunism of any one of the Eng parties always perfectly satisfied any compromise that the Anglicans would accept Is quite too good for Irish Catholics John E Jtedmotld in opening the meet said the emmthe binning of the session he said Balfour and the Government found that on the question of finances which was the great rock of danger which had a comfortable majority of fiftyeight but continued Mr Redmond when the Irish question came up on the floor of the House of Commons they only had a majority of twentyone Mr Redmond observed that the remarks of Lord Rose berry on home rule had no more elle upon Irelands cause than the voice the cuckoo Speeches were also made by T P OConnor MP Edward Blake M and others The demonstration was goat success and showed that even in London home rule has its friends I AMERICAN PRIEST Father Meyer May Become Head of the Jesuit Order If the illness of the Father General of j the Jesuit Order the Rev Luis Martin proves fatal an American member the Rev Rudolph L Meyer formerly of St inLouts may become the head of the great teaching order of the Catholic church No special information of the conditioni Father Martin has been received butI 1 it is known that he has been suffering f some time from a cancer in the arm Hethas gone to his residence of Fiesole outside l Florence to undergo further medi treatment In view of his age and enfeebled condition the most serious consequences are feared if an amputation is necessary erFather Meyer was born in St Louis on November 8 1841 and was graduated from the St Louis University iu June 1858 joining the Jesuits imraedlate after He made the usual long course of justbeforeWRostock Md in 1874 was the central figure in what is known as the grand act the first time a Jesuit so appearhoThis consists of defending himself against Jwholetheology Father Meyer came oil sue in the trial which was preside- erv by Cardinal Gibbons Should Father yaccMeyer become the Black Pope the oaJesuits will be following the recent trend others of the great orders who ha elected leaders with American experience a GRATIFYING PROGRESS MadesinlReducingl Debt on Stf Lbiils Bcrtraridalfc Church St LOuis Bertrands Debt Paying on Association is progressing In a very sat- Isfactory manner in the work of reduce i the debt on that beautiful edifice April meeting was well attended 98 and the reports of the Secretary and Treasurer for the month of March were very gratifying The Secretary showed Igain in membership of twentyone during the mouth and the Treasurer showed receipts of 270 or approximately E850 for rife first quarter John Morris was elected collector for District 27 The the Secretary stated he was now using the card index system for keeping the accounts of the various members and the v it much more convenient owing the numerous changes that had been made in the last few months He also acknowledged the handsome desk it which the society had provided for himl i A communication from Cairo EggpIntenclosing the donati n of a new apptausebyunmistakable evidence that the work society is doing has the backing of tics everyweU balanced member of the con gregation and the increase in membership since January 1 amounting to the fatatearnest work the collectors are now a doing Since organization In November he 1901 the society has succeeded iin paying off 10000 of the indebtedness oncie Chatpaying the interest for the past two Wy years This has not been accomplished without a great deal of work on the part collectors who go around each month from house to bouse and receive thfarusoot f that this method of securing money is raillesbazarsip f which entail great expense and labor of little return at the conclusion at hatyness ailIfSeda1 anzj the loss of her pocketbook end cot very estPwas her way to attend the Lenten deva a at St Marys church When they the alley on the west side of Eighthj street between Walnut and Gray a negro sprang from the darkness d snatched Mrs Hunolds purse from hand and but for the screams of the ones that attracted the firemen and i mlgbthavero ofbeenof RECOVERV ASSURED John Rodgers the well known printer ployed on the Evening Post was able be out this e 1aftera long aod DI in she winter be copy CriticatiUnrRadY n 1 was stricken with rheumatism that af feared his heart and for a time his recov ery was despaired of but through watch ful attention and careful nursing he has been able to rid himself of the dread disease His recovery is now assured and his friends are rejoiced that he can age be with them PROGRESSof wPeTrinity Council Aid Society Monday night Trinity Council met in its hell on East Madison street and heard a number of encouraging reports ti most important being that of the Wa and organIzedraisingfundshouse Dr F S Clark the Chairman said they were receiving the hearty cooperation of all the members The aid society he said had selected Joe Piazza for clerk and would meet every Monday night A good example had been set t f the young men by Trinity Council and jBenj hadwords of encouragement for t hedrcouncil and young John Sullivan announced l that Trinitys ball team woolplaplay its first game tomorrow on the Bros grounds harry Klrchdorfer an Joe Steurle were reported sick though not iu a serious condition MembeChwere urged to secure reserved seats for manyleftThe feature of the evening was the lycarefully prepared paper on Egypt read by Newton G Rogers the well known to attorney Alter a hearty welcome and introduction by President Cooney Mwa wagersI hehim to meet so many Catholic young men and then for threequarters of s- ur I held the close attention of his hear J The paper was a review of EgyPvestedt ore end after the Christian era Bud was both interesting and instructive readelit before the other societies and has already a epted the invitation of the Hibernians reHILARIOUSp Proceedings In British Parlla ment During Discussion of Army Bill He Unprecedented ceneaofjjlarity witI sassed th division In thelobbies of thei td House of Commons on Friday morning toward the close of the all night sitting the army discipline bill While theis division was proceeding at4 oclock William Lundon member for Kerry and sang in Irish Who Fears to Speak of in a stentorian barytone while the chorus was sung in various tongues by large body of Irish English and Vela Radicals Then William Abraham a of Welsh bard sang the Welsh national song The March of the Men of Har lech In Welsh while as streaks of morning light began to appear through windows Thomas Condon anoth Irishman sang with great feeling an appropriateness Kathleen Mavourneen Gray Dawn Is Breaking The Balfour Cabinet continues its down ward career The loss of Brighton see lected especially for an election because cb was supposed to bean absolutely secure Government seat is a crushing manifes t of popular disapproval but Balfour a ends to hold onto the office until1 h defeated in the House Committee b e said finds what he deems a favorable oppor tunlty for dissolving His dilatory taco have undoubtedly secured him one great advantage Chamberlain who six months ago commanded a majority of Tory party and bad the Governments res e in his hands could not now muater wh dozen men in the present Parliament if wished to defeat Balfour Then the Sir Anthony MacDonnell iin is revived in its acutest form byis ief Secretary Long who succeeded ndham keeping MacDonuell as Irish Under Secretary and the Ulster Orange party announcing the withdrawal of Its supportI from the Government while Mac each Donnella services are retained v HANDSOMELY ENTERTAINED SODS Monday night the members of the County Board of the Ladies Auxiliary lion the Ancient Order of Hibernians met itl the residence of their President Mrs of Lawrence Mackey by whom they were ndsomely entertained after the bus 1 + of the evening had been transacted upon ss Mamie Sullivan was elected County and it was stated the reports be forwarded the State Board will be gratifying The ladies are inter ed in the movement to increase the itThemembership In Kentucky and will make convention splendid showing at the next count yBis I VALUABLE PAMPHLET and The Kentucky Irish American is Iin the receipt of a little booklet entitled Facts Reasons from the pen of Rev Ambrose Reger O S B pastor of th Sacred Heart church at Corbin It is an en letter to Protestants and is con in iu conclusions The contents this pamphlet are very instructive and easily understood and could be read by will Catholics as wen as Protestants with strel profit It has the approval of Meta and Abbot Bernard Menges O and can be procured for five cents per 0- n 1- it JUDQ DUNNE S r Fortyninth Mayor of Chicago ingasDifficult Situation to y Solve 1 Blan of Great Courage and Al ways Ready to Trust In the People i 4 Fond of Music and Sings Irish GoodeYsEffect HAS SPLENDID RECORD AS A JUDGE Judge Edward F Dunne who last too r succeed Carter H Harrison receiving a MaynardHarlanvote cast for the Republican Prohibition Socialist candidates was inducted into office Monday the ceremony taking i ir displayImmediate r wasdsloganEdwardMayor of AwaybackDelia M Dunne left the island of their ancestorii and came to New York Later they moved to Connecticut and at Water y ville on October 12 1853 there was born them a son The year following they came into the West and until 1876 Ed rd lived at Peoria Ill from whence came to Chicago In Peoria Patrick abilityIand Industry engaged in business as a railway contractor and prospering in in brewing ijnd distilling proper graduatedfromsent to Dublin where he matriculated as student of the University in Trinity Here for sue pardsuccess being first honor man of his class and looking forward to the time when he should graduate with distinction Financial reverses of his father required his return Young Dunne Chicagowherewas nominated rilie Circa bench which postisn he held until he resign d fun for Mayor He proved all xctl= lent Judge In height Edward Fitzsimmon Dunne five feet eight anda half inches He weighs 160 pounds and is alert active strong His hair and mustache are black with the first grayPossessed Judgehthe topics of the day He is fond of music and when the spirit moves can sing the old Irish songs with very good effect A member of numerous Irish societies he is active in keeping green udi communicant of that church In his happyHeChicago and they have had thirteen livingJudge life has been spent in Chicago where he enjoys most enviable reputation He has ma4e a good judge and nothing could be against him as a man In addition judgementheready to trust in the people His bold fight for municipal ownership and his estimable qualities as a map wrre majorityichhowever including the President of the United States who might ascribe his extraordinary success to the fact that he the living exponent of one who is opposed to race suicide He is the forty ChicagoChicagoMayors In the last quarter of a century holding for single term while the Democrats have captured the office eleven times Nine of these times the office was secured by the Carter Harri five times by the father and forty times by the son A more difficult sltua presents itself to Judge Dunne than has ever been the fortune of the Mayor any other city In the country to pioneerin r an American city of the first wag nitude BISHOP VAN DB YEN ACCEPTS 1Louisiana State Council of the Catholic Knights of America lately selected Right Rev Cornelius Van de Ven SpiritualDirectorVice President of the council was delegated to make the announcement to Bishop who graciously accepted 1 MINSTRELSeTrinity Council wilt give its annual minstrel show on Tuesday April 25 anal ThursdayAprilbe given by the Chesterfield Mist Club now a part of Trinity Council previousSeachper chargewlllbel x c l I QNTUOKY IiiHl Ai csii6AL s KENTUCKY IRISH fiMLRIifiI11111111- IIILIIINII111 I t P s Ievoted to the Moral end Social Advancement of all Irl bAmerlca KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY 5C I Entered at the Louisville Postofflco as Second Class Matter I t Addlera aJI Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Orecn Street 1I UNION TRADES LABEL COUNCIL LOUISVILLE KYSATURDAY APRIL 15 1905 I HOLY WEEK theTomorrowbeginning of Holy Week The r customary observance of blessing and distributing palms will be observed in all the churches tomorrow probably more generally than ever before in Louisville In finest of the churches genuine palms will be distributed instead of cedar branches as in former r timesThe penitential season of Lent is unow about to close and it is incumbent upon every Catholic to make his Easter duty Those who have not strictly observed LenttI from one cause or another should make an effort at least to observe Holy Week Those who can not fast will be able no doubt to dc some other penitential act By so doing each and every one will feel better mentally morally and per haps physically There are over 50000 Catholics in Louisville and n the thirtyone churches in the city should be crowded during the Holy Week services POLICE AND FARE SERVICE Sojourners in Louisville fre quently comment favorably on the j excellent appearance of the mem bers of the police and fire depart ments The police appear on the streets in neat uniforms are court enus ana obliging in giving information t strangers and it is evident front their conduct observable disciplineY1 f among them for none are seen entering saloons in uniform except 9 in line of duty In other ways they show they have a sense of their obligations to the public and to their oath of offiLe The same may be said of the firemen As to efficiency the municipal records of many cities y carefully compiled shows that the police and fire departments of Louisville rank in the first among American cities both in the mat- terv of arrests made and freedom from scandal in the way of being reported for neglect of duty The only criticism of the Louis ville police department or the fire men comes from those at home in time of political excitement Then the police are blamed for every infraction of law and the firemen who are on duty twentyfour hours a day are criticised for participation to politics These criticisms are un- justtand do the city infinite harmDuring the recent visit of Presi dent Roosevelt to Louisville he highly complimented the police detectiveldepartments and the S took in his firemen who part reception r rTot only that the secret service agents of the Treasury i Department officially commended the police department for its excel lent conduct on the occasion of the Presidents visit If the police department was as bad as some of the local critics would make itit could not have made the showing it did on Roosevelt day But as previously stated these criticisms only come in time of local political warfare At other times all con cede the efficiency of the police their fidelity to duty under trying circumstances As to the firemen there is no better department in the United States under the able management of Chief Tyson Mayor Grainger and the Boardy of Safety are to be congratulated on having such a capable set of men There is less politics in the police and fire departments of LouUviile today than there has been for twenty years past 11C 1- 8W CARICATURING THE IRISH A clerical friend of ours up in the State sends us a clipping frpm a paper called Grit published at Williamsport Pa The article is over a column long the headline reading Mrs McGlory says it gives her a pain sometimes to be a real lady etc The article is marked lf Copyrighted 1905 by T C McClure The writer of the screed who is evidently fit for a lunatic asylum if he considers him self a wit purports to give a con versation between Mrs Finnegan and Mrs McGlory who live in a New York tenement house Mrs McGlory tells how she cut Mrs OHara and Mrs Reilly because they had holes in their gloves and wore nothing better than twenty cent stockings The whole is dished up in the usual impossible lush brogue and Pat and Mike the husbands of Mrs McGlory and Mrs Reilly are of course brought in The whole article is an exhibition of idiocy and it is amazing that any news paper could waste space on such rot It is more astonishing how ever that T C McClure would have the stuff copyrighted Irish people who allow trash like this to come into their homes are to be pitied The daily papers every now and then print some such stuff but nothing quite so bad as this McGlory story If Grit has any Irish subscribers they should make it known to the publishers that this article taken from T C Mc Clure whoever he is is la piece of idiocy and indecency How long will Irishmen continue to take news papers that make fun of them in this most scandalous way Our clerical friend writes tint he has a contempt for newspapers which print this kind of caricature So have we but we also have con tempt for Irish readers who allow such papers to come into their homes The way to put a stop to it is to quit taking such papers whether they be published weekly or daily During the past week there hs been much speculation about the positions of the Russian and Jap anese fleets On several occasions it was reported that the fleets had met and that a battle was in prog ress but this had not been verified up to the time of this paper going to press It the two fleets should meet with their forty fighting ves sels each the engagement would probably be the greatest in history and the result would most likely end in the termination of the war For the sake of humanity it is hoped that the war will soon be ended one way or another The beef trust has again advanced the price of fresh meats notwith standing the investigations ordered by President Roosevelt to put a stop to such practices The advance in Louisville during the past week has been about two and a half cents per pound on beef and pork The reason given by the trust for this advance is that cattle are scarce If everybody in the United States would observe the regulations of Holy Week there would be a fall in prices by next Saturday night It looks like Louisville is to have an auditorium worthy of its size and importance as a great city The movement now on foot to erect a big building with accommoda tions for State and national assem blies has taken shape and it llooks like the project would be success fully carried out Louisville at present has no building for large r galheringsin keeping with her im J1portancefasat The Courier Journal has its hammer 1 I out for Mayor Dunne because its editor opposes municipal owner ship iin any form Municipal ownership of public utilities is the coming question and its solution will not be held back by capitalistic newspapers Better give Mayor Dunne hearty support and help reach an end that will benefit the people alike In discussing home rule for Ire land in the House of Commons Wednesday night John Redmond the Irish leader declared he would not hesitate to advise armed revolt in Ireland if he thought there was the smallest chance of success The New York Stock Exchange will suspend operations for Good Friday I I LITTLE MAY CATHERINE Daughter of Edward Cowan of Dayton Ohio and Her Pet CATHOLIC FEDERATION Selects Catholic Womans Club For Permanent Quarters A very interestingmeeting ofthe local Catholic Federation was held Thursda- night in the parlors of the Catholic Womans Clab which was chosen for permanent quarters President Kelly presided and delegates from fourteen organizations responded to the roll call Commandery 75 of the Knights of St John and Delegate Herman Bloemer were placed on the membership roll After Secretary Cooney finished the reading of communications the Enter tainment Committee made its final re port stating that the Casino Dramati- Club was willing to repeat its perform ance for the federation Dr P S Clark reported that the work of the special library committee was progressing as sat isfactorily as possible Dr Fowlers full and interesting report of the meeting of the National Ez ecutive Committee at New Orleans was given the closest attention and aroused quite an amount of enthusiasm He said however he was at a lops for something to say that had not already appeared iin the columns of the Kentucky Irish American which was far ahead of all the papers in the South in printing the news Catholics want DIED IN TEXAS Thomas OMara at one time a proms nent resident of this city and formerly a member of the wholesale drug firm of J B Wilder Co died Thursday morning at San Antonio Texas where he bad gone in the hope of regaining his health Mr OMara was forced to retire from his lumber business at Williamsburg on account of ill health some two years ago The remains arrived in the city yester day morning and were taken to th i residence of pie daughter Miss Maym- OMara i at Preston and Breckiuridge i streets The funeral takes place this morning at SU Mary Magdalens church and the interment will be in Cave Hill cemetery MUSICALE The numerous friends of Miss Jennie Giles the well known organist and music teacher will give a musicale for her ben efit at Liederkranz Hall on Friday May 19 her birthday anniversary Miss Giles has suffered the misfortune of having had to undergo the amputation of her let and there is great sympathy for her During recent years she watt the organist at St Michaels and none gave their services more cheerfully for any worthy cause The best local musical talent will take part and the hall should be thronged CATCHY HIT A popular ragtime melody entitled UDe Barrel House in De Sky has been placed on sale in the local music houses this past week and promises to have quite a successful run as it is tuneful and catchy The joint authors are local men Charles H Musgrove and L Allen Heine the words being by Mr Musgrove and the music by Mr Heine Mr Muse poetofof admirers who predict a bright future for him GOOD ATTENDANCE I The mission during the past week at St Williams church proved very sue theiattendances at the morning masses Fathers Flavian and Vincent the Fran ciscan fathers who conducted the mis ion are both eloquent and Instructive speakers J M 0 LsociDdy Victor Scanlon has been spending the 1 week at French Lick Springs Miss Bettie Smith of Danville has been the guest of Mrs T F ODrienI Mrs James Lafferty of Portland left last week to spend a month in Chicago T OSullivan of Bardstown has been visiting M Egan and family at Oakdale Mrs Kate Hackett has returned to her home at Henderson after an enjoyable visit with friends here Mrs Anna Grobmeyer and daughter Miss Nora of Carrollton have been spending a pleasant week in the city Mrs Lyne Herndon left Sunday for Aberdeen Ohio called there on account of the illness of her sister Mrs James Bennett Miss Ruby Crutcher who was home to spend a few days with friends in Portland has returned to her studies at i Nazareth Will Phelan is receiving the glad hand from his friends this week a pretty little girl having arrived at his residence 1227 Seventh street Barney Flynn the genial proprietor of the West End Exchange has returned from a successful two weeks fishing trip to Blue River Mrs J M Murphy of New Albany has been the guest of Mrs R M McDaniel Fourth and St Catherine streets for several days George Meagher the fourteenyearold son of Mrs B Meagher has been critically ill of congestion of the brain at his home 2425 St Xavier street Mrs John McAteer and daughter Mrs Charles Long who have been spending several weeks in Texas with Vincent McAteer have returned home Miss Julia OBrien a pretty New Albany girl has gone to Alexandria to visit her brother after which she will leave fur an Eastern trip of several weeks Miss Gertrude Coleman who has been ill at St Anthonys Hospital is reported almost entirely well and it is expected she will be soon removed to her home in BeechmontMiss Wylie of Ireland who has guestyleave soon for Covington to visit Mrs B M Allison Miss Mary C Beirne the attractive and charming daughter of Officer John J Beirne left the first of the week to visit her aunt Mrs Mary Britt at Bardstown unction Councilman Cji of New Al bany arrived home the first of the week thce funeral of Mrs Stanton a sister of Engineer Andrew Maloney The many friends of Miss Mary Kenea ley of 325 West St Catherine street will be sorry to learn that she has been ill for the past several days but no ser ious results are expectedI Miss Mary Riley 1117 West Broadwayr has entirely recovered from an nUnckof rheumatism that confined her to her house for several weeks Her friends are glad to see her out again 1 Judge Reuben Buckleys friends will be glad to know that he is greatly im proved He has been snfferfngjfrom stomach trouble and for several days his condition was regarded as critical Its a boy that caused the happy commotion at tle home of George flawless 2533 Rowan street last Tuesday The proud father says the little fellow will be a candidate for Mackin Council all right The Nonpareil Clubs next dance will take place at the new Athletic Club on Thies presenet series The club will give a sunset ex ur- sion on the last Saturday of May Henry Schweiters the popular aad efficient Deputy Clerk of the Court of Appeals is here visiting his relatives and will refnain till after the primary devoting hisspare time to the interest of several of his friends who are candidates Many of our readers will regret to learn that Mrs David O ConneU is ill at her home on East Washington street Mrs OConnell has been active in Irish Catholic society circles and her numer ous friends hope for her speedy recovery Letters received here from Patrick rick Flynn a former well known resi dent of the West End but now holding an important railroad position at Shreve port would indicate that he is prosper ing in the far South and stands good chance for going higher Mr and Mrs James W Dougherty who were recently married here haveI gone to housekeeping in Muncie Ind Mr Dougherty writes this office that married life is the life for him Heres hoping that this young couple may have J continued success and prosperity j Another chair has been set at the fire side of A H Huckenbeck 823 East Madison street that will be for the spe vial use of a aturdy boy that arrived thisII week As soon as the happy mother is up Papa Al will arrange a big reception I and christening in the littlel fellows honor f Miles McBride a former welt known Louisville boy is here on a visit to hisI parents on West Chestnut street Three years ago Miles left thet haccoubreakaI ad went into the employ of the Ameri i O 6CL C f i n flN 1 i SOCIETY DUCK A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month BarryVice J Sullivan Recording SecretaryThomas Kee Jr- Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank atree- tTreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentJohn J Sullivan Recording SecretaryJoe Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Keaney 1335 Rogersstreet TreasurerOwen Ketran DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Mouth President Patrick J Welsh Vice PresidentPatrick J Welch Recording SecretaryJohn Morris Financial SecretaryPat King 1846 Lytle Stree- tTreasurerD J Coleman SentinelPatrIck Begley SergeahtatArmsohn Riley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan 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 County PresidentMichael Kinney PresidentRobert Gleason Vice PresidentMichael Breen Recording Secretary J B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryThomas Gleason TreasurerLouis Constantine MarshalPeter Madden DoorkeeperOwen McCann Banner CarrierLawrence Ford Y I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings atClub House 530 Twentysixth Street President William Kerberg First Vice President W Shaughnessy Second Vice PresidentB J Sands Recording SecretaryFrank Morgan Financial Secretary George J Lautz Corresponding Secretary F Lanahan TreasurerJoseph Steltenpohl Marshal John Kenney Inside Sentinel John Stewart Outside SentinelPatrick Mullarkey TRINITY COUNCIL 230 Meets Every Monday Evening at the Club House 718 East Gray Street President Eugene = Jr Cooney Fiat Vice President Joseph Bell Second Vice President A Hucken beckRecording SecretaryEmil Mouth Financial Secretary Robert G Goebel Corresponding Secretary A C Lauer TreasurerWill N Gast MarshalJacob Pfalzer Inside Sentinel Aug Kempf Outside SentinelJohn C Fries SATOLLI COUNCIL 103 Vi Meets Every Monday Evening at Club Rooms Wells Building 636 4th Ave President John J Crotty First Vice President William J OConnorSecond Vice President J J Kava uagh Financial SecretaryWill P McDon ogh 1212 Sixth Street Recording SecretaryJos Lenihan Corresponding Secretary J Fahey TreasurerJames B Perry Marshal George S Zorn Inside Sentinel Joseph Kelly Outside Sentinel Saml J Boldrick can Tobacco Company and after two suc cessful years on the road was transferred to the main office in New York City Miles is looking well and bis many friends in this city will be pleased to learn of his rapid advancement DISTRIBUTED PRIZES The Falls City Bowling League held an enjoyable smoker Tuesday evening at the Hanger clubrooms and distributed prizes to the winners Smiling John Oetken carried off first honors in the in dividual contest while the Stag team under the leadership of Capt Albert Percy Gregg won the pennant The membership of the Falls City League is composed of a bunch of jolly good fel lows and is now organized into a perma nent organization The officer are F G Harper President J J Barry Vice President D J Gleeson Secretary J G Mlnnlgerode Assistant Secretary and S W Botsford Treasurer The prizes in money and merchandise amounted to about 300 MORE COURTS NEEDED While the Board of Park Commis sioners are making improvementsin tHe different parks it would not be a bad idea to add several more tennis courts in each park as the present number is entirely inadequate to the demand it being frequently the case that parties have tow it an hour or two for the pos session of a court at Cherokee Park A check system is used which allows one set of contestants the use of a court for one hour only this length of time being insufficient for any lover of the game that has to go to a distance of two or three miles for that short pleasure We have plenty of space in our parks and the Park Commissioners would confer a great favor on the devotees of this popu lar sport by utilizing some of the ground for more court- sREASON TO BE HAPPY What Iis the use of being at odds with theworld What is the use of being blue and despondent The world is full of trials for us allhas plenty of trouble and worry to handout even to the best of us from time to time But there would be no need for men and womenwe could all be babes=if there were no great life problems to solve no burdens to bear no sorrows to live down These ate the bal nee wheels of life They are the Mob we have to face in order to strengthen ui 9 vcdnftrm tiub 1 Suits 1 150 to 15 They are made with knee pants and long pants The fabrics are absolutely fast color and double shrunk which prevents shrinking after they are made up Seams sewedwith puredye silk and linen thread Buttons sewed on extra strongly and every detail of make and finish is as perfect as skill can produce We furnish also the hat shoes shirt tie gloves pin etc needed to go with the Confirmation SuitLEVYS THIRD AND MARKET STS BASEBALL SPECIALTIES Harwood League Ball the equal ofany ball made 1001 Bats immense assortment 15c to 100 Gloves 122 styles including every de sirable shape and at all prices THE SUTCLIFFE CO 225 FOURTH AVENUE H S McNuTTA1 DIDATORr STATE SENATOR37th Senatorial District 1st 2nd 3rd 4tb 5th and 6th Wards Subject to Action of the Democratic Party r JT9C55l NOVEMBER ELECTION 190b SQUIRE JOHN M ADAMS CANDIDATE FOR COUNTY ASSESSORSubjectJ to the Action of the Democratic Party 7Vt7 ULEYS NEXT ATTRACTION AMELIA BINGHAM BUCKINGHAM WEE COMMENCING SUNDAY APB16 Matins Bnndty Hondty Wednesday Sttnrdty BIG BEAUTY SHOW New York StarsPresenting A GIGANTIC OLIO OF NEW AND NOVEL ACTS More uptodate comedy brilliant wit and hearty laughs than all other bur lesque shows combined 1C B THOMPSON FJORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jeflerson Si Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed MANHATTAN RESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND MIGHT 304 If Jeftern StreetOfTORYENTiPrejrleter Hem Phone 47IJS Cumb I13- 0SMITIIKATIE AGNES Formerly of Gran W Smiths Sons LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladles and chil dren 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 Phonic 1180 Established 1863JJ t JOHN 8 1 RATTERMAN j Successor to Mrs George Rattermast FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND ifMBALMBRII Carriages furnished for all occasions All calls promptly attended to day or night 1119 W MAJKET ST- and broaden unto tile opportunities and Ii the real happlneai thtrlcliea do got corn wAnd not poverty barrnt Jonrranz I T DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE F- ORJAILER HENRY ft J1 1PULSP U DYER AND GLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone a 3B 528 Fifth Street SOMETHING NEWtI Variable Tours to Florida Via SouthernQ Railway And Queen 6 Crescent Rwte GO ONE WAY RETURN ANOTHER Winter tourist tickets good going via Rfandturning via Atlanta and Chattanooga or vice vena are now on sale at low rates The Florida Limited solid train of finest Pullman drawing room sleepers and vestibuled coaches with dining carfservice en route leaves Cincinnati every morning via Qneen Crescent route running through without change to Jacksonville via Chattanooga Southern railway The Chicago and Florida special be eleiantitrawinKetc will leave Cincinnati every evening except Sunday running through solid to St Augustine via Chattanooga Southern railway with dining car service en route Through Pullman sleepers to Jackson vine from Cincinnati every evening via Inoxville Asheville and Savannah From U lOuisville connection with all of the above trains is made at Lexington b trains of Southern railway For Land of the Sky book Winter Homes older rates schedules or other informs AtiSoutherneford D P A Southern railway Louis t vi11e W C Rincarson G PA Q C note Cincinnati I L- Ir ru pp 1 NTUCKY IRISH RI ANm a t ALBERTCHARLTONirf CANDIDATE FOR r STATE SENATOR38th Senatorial District 8th9Ih 10th 11th and 12th Wards DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY TUESDAY APRIL 25 1905 1805 NOVEMBER ELECTION 1905 lL1 LYNE HERNDON CANDIDATE FOR CITY AUDITORSubject to the Action of the Democratic Party un P SM RAYPOR County Assessor JEFFERSON COUNTY SUBJECT TO ACTION OF THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY DHRUSSELL CANDIDATE FOR SENATORFRO- M THE THIRTY GHTH SENATORIAL DISTRICT COMPOSED OP TUB EIGHTH NINTH TENTH ELEVENTH TWELFTH WARDS Subject to Action of Democratic Party n 1Do e NoVeXJt1ber Iplejotiori 1- DOTHO1VIASASHELLEY d Ccmciidato For TAX RECEIVERSUBJECT TO ACTION OP THE DEMOCRATIC PARTY 1905 NOVEMBER ELECTIQN 1906 f ALP VOLDLJAM CANDIDATE FOR CLERK POLICE COURTSubject to Action of the Democratic Party + H It It I It It It t Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 1700 WEST WALNUT STREET TELEPHONE 81O I I t t I + 1M11ffIi111l +4i J B TRACY 14H STRAUB BOTH PHOKES 383 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Crrlaces Short Purebhed NoUu on 1531 W MARKET STREET A tllllI11111NlI1tll111 It It f f f f f t PINE WINES CHAMPAGWE8 Ali KOLB345 West Green StreetXIQUOKS OIQAKI nJll1 0 w u a f A P JfRM RsbRioi SAN8 H8S I I WAGGONN MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 and 207 WEST GREEN ST WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning from 930 to 1230 oclock 442 W GREEN as GO TO Pioneer Bottling House FOR nSTRAIGHT WHISKIES BIG JUG AT DOOR J 3E IAJVODV- I3 WEST BROADWAY near Union Station EERRMAM BROS IMPORTHRS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON deBOTTLEDTelephone 1948 234 Sixth Street IRELAND Record of the flost Important of the Recent Events Culled From exchangesSu At the Limerick petty sessions Jeremiah Keane was prosecuted for selling threequarters of an unsound goat tt the public market Coroner Neville held an inquest into frieof Michael Lucey who died suddenly athisbis residence in Macroon but withheld his verdict In connection with the appointment of a rate collector by the Tyrone County Council the Nationalist members protested against the filling of all public appointments by representatives of one section of the community In compliance with the request of his Lordship the Bishop of Ross and t- Urban he CouncilJthe national festival w aster observed in Clonakilty as a general holiday The public houses and the without exception were closed and work of all kinds suspended The son and daughter of a farm named Crotty living near Cloyn- County Cork have been imprisoned iin lthreateninglangnagen the occasion of a Sheriffs sale on theof lands of the Crotty family At the Derry City assizes before the Chief Baron William Johnson a carpenter was awarded 500 damages againstt the Donegal Railway Company as con alightingthe carriage in which he was traveling had passed the platform grandjuryfor the County Cork said he was unable to regard they state of things in the county as altogether satisfactory but was able to discerulan appearance of iim provement and he hoped that improvement would bejprogrcssive and continn pee At the aunualHmeeting ofthe Dungar sivana very largejattendance of the town was present The reading of ttjieatmual report showed that the efforts of the association have been productive much good and indicated that there are grounds foi still further progress in thet coming year The Royal Humane Society has jjust awarded testimonials to Bryan Lavln J Murtagh J Byrne and M McDonnell 11 of Kiltimagh County Mayo for their exertions in saving an old woman from Canbrack lake Certificates were also given to Sergeant Farrell and Constable McIntyre for frestoring her to conscious ness after rescue Those interested In the revival of IrishII provteaj with satisfaction the announcement hateons an industrial exhibition will be held atW Edenderry Kings county on June 22 23 and 24 The promoters are to be con gratulated on the earnestness which they have entered on their undertaking and ace popnlInbi tion which will be divided into six sec tions Pint handicraft and other exhibits for competition second exhibits of articles made in the district and notI entered for competition third articlej lrnofourth r est such as old dclph and grass I I homespuns curios etc fifth illustrat orarticlessixth exhibits from departments of agriculture science and art KNIGHTS OFi COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Fittsburg Knights have raised a fund to be used in looking after the welfa and interests of Catholic children broug before the juvenile detention court Chairman Frank Goss reports a surprisingly large number of applications for the thirty days trip the Buffalo Knights will make to the national con rention at Los Angeles in June The New Orleans Morning Star notes the initiation of nearly fifty into Montgomery Council Knights we present from Cincinnati Birmingham 1 Mobile and other cities and the occasion was a most pleasurable one Rev William 1 Kerrigan of McGill Institute w celebrant of the high mass that preceded the initiation RECENT DEATHS HasselbacTh John of Shipping port caused widespread sorrow amen the many friends of the family as she was a young woman of many estimable qualities The funeral took place from the Church of Our Lady Thursday morn ing at 9 oclock Many friends and relatives are mourn 1ing the death of Mr Sallie White Kre mer beloved wife of Will E Kremer She was a young woman whose pleasing manner and fine traits of character made 1her exceedingly popular before being stricken with the illness that at last placeMonday By the death of Mrs Verina Vent last week Louisville lost one of fta earliest residents Mrs Vent Navin I yearSheA t and the mother ot Otto E Yent The funeral took place from the family resi uce G28 East St Catherine street la Saturday morning John Dldelot son of Louis and Margaret Dldelot 1639 Gallagher street one of the best known young men in St Peters congregation answered the fin summons last Friday evening His deaf caused profound sorrow among his wide circle of friends and was made manifest the large attendance at his funeral1 nday afternoon The funeral of Patrick McCue who placefromJoseph T Lee 225 East Main Tuesday morning at 830 oclock and Sf Michaels church at 9 ocloc- with a requiem mass for the repose of soul Deceased was a son of the late Edward and Bridget McCue The funeral of Mrs Julia Curley too place from the Sacred Heart church Monday morning at 9 oclock The deceasedwas the wife of William B Cur ley and leaves one daughter eleven years of age She is also survived by her mother Mrs Anna Dooley tw brothers John and Thomas and one sl Mrs G T Maloy of Central City Ky sThe funeral of Patrolman John Fitzgerald who died last Saturday at his t d hetee solemn high mass was celebrated by v e warn8 I the police and fire departments i I eluding platoon from the Thirdpolice district which headed the procession tott St Luis cemetery Deceased was a brave and zealous officer and for bfi wife and children there is felt the deep est sympathy Mrs Katherine Sass widow of the late I Conrad Sass and a pioneer member of Stt Martinsi parish died Friday evening at her home 728 Laurel street of the iini firmities of old age The funeral took place Monday morning and was largely attended Mrs Sass was a woman of great piety and gave much to charity ini a quiet way She was the mother of John Sass of the firm of Kantt 8t Sand ass was well known to the larger number of our German population A lovi mother and kind neighbor ber death ncerely regretted t Mrs Maria McFarland the esteemedII wife tf the late James McFarland died j Thursday evening at her late residence 620 Fulton street after an illness ofII several months The funeral will take I place this morning atlO oclock from St Michaels church where a requiem high mass will be sung by Rev Father She dan News of her death caused a feelt of gloom to pervade the neighborhood I which she lived so long and yesterdayt the casket was surrounded by beautiful floral offerings Mrs McFarland was a devout Catholic a devoted wife at mother and a charitable neighbor and to her bereaved sons and daughter the sin ceref sympathy of a large circle of triers is extended She is survived by oneI daughter Mrs Charles Cherry and thr Thomas J Armour J and Chart McFarlandICRACKS IN FLOORS To stop cracks in floors putty Is aryA cheap and effective sub titltute for it is made by soaking ne papers in a paste made by boiling jpoandof flour in three quarts of wa and adding a teaspoonful of powdered alum This mixture should be about the consistency of putty and should be forced between the boards with r blunt kni wdWhen the compound has dried it can painted to match the boards end if finadnptholdey 1tI i i Ii 1 buyIt1 puttingIncheaper grade means a loss instead of a saving Builders of experience have long looked upon Diamond Wall Plaster as the good enduring kind Not the absolutelythe CoreIncorporated TELEPHONE 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky- s Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Jeffersonville Ind Telephone 655 BIG FOUR TOgIndianapolis Peoria Chicago AND AM POINTS IK INDIANA and i MICHIGAN Cleveland Buffalo New York BostonI AND ALL POINTS EAST Information cheerfully furnished on BigFour tosTonlnville R- vFOR SALE stwell built modern twostory brick building stone foundation eight rooms hall and bath Price 4100 part cash and the remainder to suit buyer 2720 W Chestnut HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Post WeekGeneral- News Notes andtalll who attend will be well repaid for 1kThe next question to be determined is the annual celebration Why not have a field day this year Auxiliaryk0 are arranging for a joint jinitiation after Easter John Broderick of Division 4was granted transfer card Wednesday night He will hereafter affiliate with Division 3 regretsWednesday night at the meeting of Divis ion 4- The members of Division 4 gave Officer Dave Burke a hearty greeting Wednesday night Dave will make a good mem ber and will add strength to the division Treasurer Connellys report shows Division 4 in good financial conditon Under the present administration it should not be long until Division 4 leads financesnIt is gratifying to hear the kind words expressed for the order by those who Makefiknown its benefits and beauties and there will be still larger additions Thirty delegates representing the ten divisions of Providence met last Sunday to make arrangements for the annual visit to some of the churches at which the members will approach holy communion in a body There will be an Interesting meeting Jing of Division 2 next Friday night and President Con Ford wants all the members present Several matters of more than usual importance are to be presented for consideration LadiesIsAuxiliary hold the last meeting during the Lenten season It is hinted at that some important plans for the future will be suggested and the officers would like to see all the members pre ent Additions will also be made to the green and gold teams now contesting for the complimentary banquet KICKINGri whileiuwas a discussion which concerned a swimming match The race was finished at Coney mandBeing jhandicapped the winner of the race of argamentdesopinion He said without hesitation kidddgesnaturally goal first Deacon JonesWhat do you think of theirnNets et church itwaia the most absurd thing I ever heard oil teeWhat do they think the women come to church for anyway TeacherHow many commandments are there feTommyNatanp theTeacherWhyTommplThereareted1 Tommy Aw dew was all broke long ego t n C F HfI t tt I t t t t t Tt J ft J t r1 DflNIEL 1 DOUGHERTY DIRECTORAND BOTH PHONES 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED FOR ALL OCCASIONS 1231 West Market Street Bet 12th and 13th All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night + I I t I t + H t 80a CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETT DIRECTORAND 838 EAST TWtmiSL STREETWith businessofname at 838 East Main Street MRS JOIN J BARRETT +1 I iII1WeihiHIhI43I I I +2fi4iI +I IF THOMAS KEENAN Funeral DirectoriAll Calls Promptly Attended to Day or Night Carriages FurnlHhed for All Occasions Both Phones 365 1225 W MARKET STREET I I i+I IMIM IM H H+HIlHiIII1F1 II1IMItIMI1 I I IlIIl 1111IiH3iHiII I 10 FRflNK FEfiR BREWING 60INOORPORATED Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE SY 1 PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the a2edILouisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN iEWING COJKPANYXNOORPORArED TELEPHONE 4B2 XsOW7IXLI ICY ASK FOR DIERSENSCELEBRATED Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MAD JOHN F OERTELBUTC- HERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY j yoscrt m PRANK WAITBRS Clay=Street Brewery 4 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY BEAUTIFUL TEETH Add to the attractiveness of a HANDSOME FAQE The popularity of my Dentistry is the result of houest application of the most perfect professional knowledge I admit ft is possible to secure service equal to mine but at much higher prices H J COUCHMAN Dentist tIOR IHUIn Mi FOURTH AVENUE JfJ4 10 r I 38OOroCALIFORNIA AND THE NORTHWEST From LoulsvllU Via the HENDERSON ROUT Corresponding low rates to Washing lllntermedup to and including May 15 1005 Also Westandyocontemplatedyou would travel in comfort ace thJ HendeRouteFree reclining chair curs oa all of our I idLouisi t toVestaddj General Passenger Agent Louisville J n 1 1IlJo I b hE1dTTI7cIY IRII1 Aln3RICANr I i faster Showings at The Big fStoref New Showings in Mens Suits for Easter 5 750 10 15 S20 25 Hats for Spring 98c 148 198 248 3 4 and 5 I Confirmation Suits for the Boys 150 250 350 5 6 11 FURNISHINGS OF ALL DESCRIPTION THE BIG STOREMILTON M MARBLESTONE A CO 424 434 West Market St between Fourth and Fifth H- Pianos and Confidence Baying a Piano is a serious problem calls for the most exacting care because the money involved is much It is a well known fact that we have the largest line the greatest variety from which to select DECKER SON HAINES BROS CONOVER SCHUBERT KINQSBURY CHICKERINQ And NIne Otlzor Grant Mattes But what we want you to know above all other things is whether the that undergirds our business Is best calculated to serve your interests You can be trusted to properly balance the evidence and give a decision favorable to the store that furnishes the most stalwart proofs in the CHARACTER of its bid for your patronage As memo bers of the Retail Merchants Association we refund railroad fares to outoftown custo- mersMONTENEQRORIEHM R MUSIC CO oRlsoao OXJRTJEX AVENUE 8rue Ghas fie Rogers BOOK GO IROSARIESIPRAYER BOOKS AND TO SUIT EVERY r Give us a call and inspect our line TASTEIIfinest of their kind BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IIOP EVERY DESCRIPTION f434 VST Jefferson Street g s xes IIIIII t + I t I I + t OUR EASTER LINE II Is now ready There are sev eral new things that you havent seen Let us show them to you Also our usual full line of 1WATCHES RINGS PINS and NOVELTIES Nice Line of Crosses andd Rosaries for Confirmation Gifts II West 530 Market M H +t H ++ BRUNNttt+ tt + to It 530 West Market i t f t t ihIFIHIII l111iII13I1I1Iitl1IIitllI- FlGood 1 Z 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 1 1 I I I I Tea 45c per Ib My leading special of good black green or- mixed Ten at 46c Fine for ice tea Try it GOOD COFFEE 3 POUNDS FOR SOc Fresh roasted and best you ever saw at the price Phone a trial order MULLOY COFFEE flROASTER ftloasPhone 1333 l1z1 W MARSET 9TRItiT- tt Ii111 III II I 1 11+1101 11 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 IH 1 l 1 1 1 11 I 1 I 101 I 1 I I 1 II I I 1Intt t ttstttttt1 I I H 1 HI Jull 11 H+H+l 1 Itt+t UNION ICE CREAM CO- If you want a nice dessert for your dinner telephone us your order Finest Vanilla Cream per gal COc All kinds of Sherbert per gal 60c to 76c to 76c Peach r Strawberry Chocolate 75c Charlotte Russe per bowl 25c 35c to 8c50cBrick Cream four flavors per gal Milk Dutter and Sweet Cream a 100 Specialty F UNION ICE CREAM CO 627633 EIGHTH STREET Special attention to shipping orders Home phone 2144 Cumb main 389 HH 1IH IIIHH 1 il IIttftt1tBURN U RENDER COALSpec- ially prepared for family use and for sale only by Central Coal Iron CoI Incorporated and e AvnNUEandBOVJBr PHONES 1t17 JAMES B BROWN Cctndidate For SHERIFFTSiItrl Ydtd30 COUN I Y UBJECT TO ACTION OF DEMOCRATIC p RTIY 0v 4 No y r I iGirtifirAel o 1ortsvi eKy iliI hiHiliillJ8I j I lI II II I THAT ALWAYS DOES TH PIGS RIGHT IIIHOUTO FURNISHING CLUB Membership Certificate 0 The payment of Two Dollars entitles the bearer to one years membershipi in the 4 3 Bacon o Sons House Furnishing Club and all the benefits under following conditions i1st Applicants must be industrious and goodcharacter 2d The purpose of the Club is to enable you to buy Furniture Carpets Mattings Lace Curtains and Stoves on WEEKLY PAYMENTS at the same price your READY CASH WOULD BUY them I goodrithofyour purchases 3rd NO INTEREST IS CHARGED on your purchases Should you become sick or dis ablcdan extension of payments will be granted if a certificate from the attendngphys5cian stating facts I is presented at the office of J Bacon SonsS4th On a purchase not exceeding 2500 you pay 8200 weekly cc cc cc 00Ie 00 occo cc l cc paidg5o0tc cc cc 10000 500cc 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 salespeople at time of purchasingioSignifying a v by being desirous becoming a member and participating in the privileges of the J Bacon Sons House Furnishing Club I o hereby agree to pay 8200 for membershipj o 4 Signed j iF Address i s Witness I I I MembershipCertificatei we find parties not entitled to credit on above terms investigationJI 00000000 0000 o I PaulCC Barth CANDIDATE F- ORMAYOR Democratic Primary April 25 1905 E T Schmitt CANDIDATE FOR jV EITYI TREASURER Democratic PrimaryApri125 forbovsfor HOLLYS PILE CURE any and all kinds of piles Cure guaranteed or money refunded Mall yourdrulgiathBros 2324 W Walnut St Ioni yille Ky n CHARLES NEUMEYER Announces for Reelection as Auditor Subject to Action of Primary Jt is hardly necessary to refer to the public or private career of the present City Auditor Charles Neumeyer whoI announces for reelection Previous to his entry into politics Mr Neumeyer was a newspaper reporter and especially well known in German circles He has attended to his exacting duties faith fully and as a public official there can be particnlarlyamongpopulation believe his nomination will add strength to the Democratic ticket that is to be voted for in November MACAULEYS Amelia Bingham supported by a strong company will be seen for three performances in this city at Macauleya Friday and Saturday nights and Satur day matinee April 2829- BUCKINOiIAM The New York Stars presenting a gi gantic olio of new and novel acts appear next week at the Buckingham This is said to be ihe best vaudeville aggregation of the season The com pany is almost entirely made up of stars and patrons of the Buckingham will appreciate the show- HOPKINS THEATER Hopklns which has been successful to both patrons and management Manager Reichmann and Press Agent Owsley have won their public places next season MASONIC njfarcesuch a hit last seas nwilt be the next attraction at the Masonic Theater Wal ton Pyre a young comedian who is fav wmbel liers old part The company is said to be excellent and the staging decidedly effective CHow easily gossip starts liver think astoryyoumayl waking others o a i L i Y A v 6has fl WilSon FOR COUNTY JUDGE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY APRIL 25 190S HENRY BELL CANDIDATE FOR II SHERIFFDamocratlq W H PIPES 347 FIFTH STREET Real Estate Loans fiIAmountsDringHouses and Lots Boughta and Sold = Loans Negotiated + Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASSl f EXCHANGEL- OUIS H f WABNITZ fi CO Proprie- tors339FIFTHSTREET i i WEHAYbM AIMED TO BE RBCOQINIZED AS tf PThj f AkPt6QAIof Louisville and 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