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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f KENTUCKY IRIll AMERICANcALU- AfE XNO 6 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 7 1903 PRICE FIVE CENTS Oh QT DnlulU Honored by the Congregation Which Holds Her as Its Patron Father Paul Alt Preached a Panegyric of Irelands Virgin Saint Handsome New Stations of the Cross Blessed Sunday Night RATHER DEPPENS SPIRITED ADDRESS In every age and In every clime during the past nineteen centuries It has been demonstrated that the Catholic church is one This demonstration is repeated everywhere in some part of tile globe everyday Perhaps It was never more ably demonstrated In Louisville than on last Sunday evening when a congregation made up largely of IrishAmericans Ifs tened to an eloquent panegyric of St Brigid an Irish saint delivered by the Rev Father Paul1 Alf a German priest Be It said to the credit of the Catholics of Louisville not a seat was vacant People from nearly every parish in the city were present to take part in the double cele bration the feast of St Brigid and the blessing of the new Via Crucis or Sta tions of the Way of the Cross All who attended were more than pleased with all they saw and heard They wee drawn nearer to God and His blessings will fall upon them This double celebration took place at St Brigids church on Von Borries ave nue The church has been renovated and redecorated recently In expectation of this event On last Sunday evening the church presented a handsome ape pearance with its myriads of lights and its altars banked with flowers and palms The ceremonies began at 745 oclock The beloved pastor Rev Father Con nelly recited the opening prayers after which Very Rev Father Paul Alf blessed the new stations Rev Father Daniel OSullIvan recited the Way of the Cross and then Father Alf preached his pane gyricofStBrigid the patron of the L 4 church iand it e saint whose atonal feast was being celebrated Father Alf said that the people had come together to honor the name of one of the first saints of the Isle of Saints He told how she in early childhood sanc tified herself to God how later on she had collected a number of pious ladies of Ireland who following her example con secreted themselves to God how she and her pious colleagues erected convents and educated the young The reverend speaker said that we see the munificent love of God exemplified in her case and in graphic words he told how our hearts are inspired with confidence and courage by meditating on the Way of the Cross He told how St Brigid had saved souls by her example courage and prayers In asmuch as she had followed the example of Him who gave His all for souls Father Alf followed with a brief out line of Irish history In which he depicted the various and frequent persecutions of the faithful followers of Christ in Ireland how they were deprived of all human and national protection bow they medi tated upon the Savior His sufferings as he journeyed along the Via Crucis He called upon his auditors to remember the number of saints Ireland had given to heaven because they had followed the example of St Brigid and had followed Christ and His cross Meditating upon the sufferings of the Divine Saviour inspired the hearts of these poor suffering people with courage and consolation Father Alf told what the stations were the following of Christ through Jerusa lem to His crucifixion on Calvary to the time he was laid in the tomb He de scribed each station In particular and dwelt at length upon the pathetic meeting of Christ with His mother Mary He told the young people how their aged fathers and mothers might be crying out to them In purgatory to recite the Via Crucis In their behalf The Blessed Virgin was the first person to meditate upon the Way of the Cross said Father Alf After the death of her divine Son she made the journey frequently and stopped to contemplate His sufferings therefore in reciting the Stations one Is not only honoring the Saviour but is fol lowing the example of His blessed motherAn eloquent tribute to the purity and chastity of the Irish people was also paid by Father Alf and how their moral strength resulted from a contemplation of the Saviours sufferings lIe urged all to follow the example of St Brigid who in turn would welcome them to their heavenly home After the benediction of the Most Blessed Sacrament at which the Very Rev Father Louis Deppen officiated Father Connelly asked Father Deppen to say a few words Of course he responded and told the assembled people that they had spent a blessed evening He assured them that what they bad seen and heard on the evening of the festival of St Brigid would bring them more than double eingsfrom the Eternal Father and Son All had reason to give thanks to God for the privilege of being present on this occasion an occuIoltwhlchwoutdraile all higher ia t J the estimation of God and His saints He said they had all been in a second heaven in St Briglds church that night Father Deppen concluded by invoking the blessing of God on all present and said he hoped they would all be in at tendance at the next patronal feast of the saint Every person who attended the sere vices as pleased with the addresses of Father Alf and Father Deppen and with the new and handsome stations The new stations are real works of art carved out of alabaster and are beautiful decora tions for the church The music during the evening was superb Father Con nelly is to be congratulated on the suc cess which is attending his efforts and particularly upon the large congregation that was in attendance last Sunday nig- htANNONSHELLEYB Popular Young People to Be Married Wednesday February 18 Patrick Bannon Jr and Miss Mattie C Shelley will be united in the holy bonds of matrimony by the Rev A J Brady at St Cecilias church at 9 oclock on the morning of Wednesday February IL Both are well known young people and their many friends are extending their congratulations in ad vance Miss Shelley is the charming and accomplished daughter of Mrs Mary B Shelley of Twentyseventh and Dun can streets Mr Bannon is the son of Patrick Bannon Sr the well known manufacturer of brick sewer pipe etc and with his brothers T Jefferson Ban non and Richard Bannon is associated with his father In business He is a rising young business man and a member of Mackin Council Y M I and of the Knights of Columbus He has prepared a home for his bride at 2219 Rowan street The marriage ceremony will be followed by a nuptial high mass The ushers will be Messrs Herman Woltring Albert Heinz William Daly and John Shelley Miss Mamie Dwyer will be the maid of honor and Arthur Chapman will be the best man The lovely bride will be given away by Mr James Shelley After the wedding ceremonies Mr and Mrs Bannon will be tendered a wedding breakfast at the home of Mrs R L Fisher a sister of the bride at 2626 Alford avenue At 1250 oclock the newly married couple will leave for New Orleans where they will witness the Madi Gras festivities They will be at home to their friends after March 1Ifc Vkte7JJt1ftH J Hl l t t o 7 COUNTY BOARD Held an Important Meeting at the HibernianHall The County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians met in Hibernian Hall last Saturday night with County President Pat Sullivan presiding and Pat Welsh assumed his duties as Secretary Reports from the various divisions were receivedGeorge Butler in behalf of the St Patricks day committee reported that a public celebration could be held only at Macauleys Theater on the night of Sun day March 15 The report of the com mittee was received and final action deferred until further consideration could be had upon so Important a matterHereafter Division 2 will meet in Hibernian Hall on the third Friday night in each mouth The Hall Committee announced that the ball was now vacant four nights in each month It was also announced that hereafter all divisions would pay the same amount of hall rent and that the ten cents per capita tax levied on all Hibernians to pay for chairs carpets decorations etc would hereafter be reduced one half County Presi dent Pat Sullivan Secretary Pat Welsh Treasurer John J Sullivan George Butler and Thomas Walsh constituting the Hall Committee advocated that the per capita tax be abolished within as short a time as possible This recom mendation met with general favor County President Patrick Sullivan and the four division Presidents were ape pointed a committee to determine the character and make all arrangements for the celebration of the feast of Irelands patron saint John Cavanaugh President of Division 3 was opposed to so much work being placed on the officers but he was quieted by the assurance that every Hibernian would do his part Thomas P Walsh made a few remarks In favor of the Catholic Womans Club He advised Hibernians to take an interest in the movement and support it in every way until a suitable home is provided for struggling Catholic girls He said it was the best work Catholics could engage in ADDS ANOTHER STORE Mrs C B Thompson who for years has conducted a popular and successful flower store at 261 West Jefferson street has opened another store at 632 Fourth avenue in order to meet the increased demand for flowers and designs Mrs Thompson will direct the management of both stores thus insuring her patrons the choicest productions of the florists art WRITING A DRAMA Rev Father Klarmann of New Haven It L who recently published a comedy and an operetta ja now at work upon a drama 0 INCORPORATED The Catholic Business Womans Club Is Ready For Callers Excellent Officers Chosen to Preside Over Its Destinies Aims of the Society Set Forth in the Articles of Association MISS JUDGE CHOSEN PRESIDENT The affairs of the Catholic Business Womans Club are progressing nicely In addition to renting a home for at least temporary purposes the club has now filed articles of incorporation Busi ness is now being transacted in a busi ness way The enterprise is not a proba ble but an assuredsuccess When the ladles and gentlemen Inter ested in this movement met at St Francis Hall last Monday night Attor ney Thomas P Walsh who presided expressed bis gratification at the wide spread interest that had been aroused He said that the people who manifested this interest had no selfish motive but were simply filled with a desire for the common good He read the articles of Incorporation and the names of the officers and members of the Board of Directors The officers are as follows PresidentMiss Maggie Judge First Vice PresidentMiss Nanno Cole manSecond Vice PresidentMrs Matt ODohertyThird PresidentMrs Basil Doer hoeferRecording Secretary Miss Nellie Mc GUI Corresponding SecretaryMrs John D WatkinsTreasurerMiss Phoebe Harris Chairman Membership Committee Miss Lizzie Glenn DirectorsMrs Charles Smith Mrs Thomas O Watkins Mrs Marcus Doer hoefer Mrs H F Krieger Mrs George Mulligan Mrs George Meyer Mrs Mary Relling Mrs Emma Waller Mrs AngnstwRopke fifCss In i iienimee Miss Maggie Judge Miss Nanno Cole man Mrs Matt ODoherty and Mrs Basil Doerhoefer Others will be added until the number represents every parish In the city The object of the club according to the articles of incorporation is to promote the welfare and happiness of women particularly of women engaged in busi ness to secure and make as homelike as possible a place or places of convenient access where women may come for rest instruction and entertainment and where they may obtain safe and convenient lodging comfortable rooms and whole some meals at moderate prices The purpose Is to place the fees so low as to bring them within the reach of all and to make it possible for any woman of good character to become a member The club is not to be an almsgiving institu tion and yet its purpose is to dispense charity in the higher meaning of that word by extending love sympathy and comfort to all women who are striving to help themselves The corporation is to have no capital stock and the members are to have no pecuniary interest in its property but the property will be held and Used for the advancement of the public good The incorporation iis to continue for twentyfive years There are also to be such standing committees as may be created by the bylaws The personnel of the officers and di rectors is a guarantee of its success Miss Maggie Judge is the daughter of pne of the best families In Kentucky She Is bright intelligent and above all char itable Her hand is ever giving to the church and yet her giving is always un ostentatiously dgne Miss Nanno Cole man is equally as well known as Miss Judge in Catholic circles She is a sister of Mr Spalding Coleman and has always been prominent in charitable work Mrs ODoherty is the wife of Judge Matt ODohertyand is a lady of more than ordinary intelligence Mrs Basil Doer hoefer has for years been a hard worker for the orphans and all Catholic chari table enterprises Mrs Watkins the Corresponding Secretary is well known in local business circles and her selection will be of great benefit to the society Miss Phoebe Harris the Treasurer is the daughter of another prominent and wealthy Ken tucky family She is a lady of great business ability and ably fitted for the place All In all the officers and di rectors have been well chosen The Catholic Business Womens Club his indeed started under favorable auspices THE LONDON IRISH The St Patricks day banquet in London which in recent years has reached dimensions unequaled by any similar Irish gathering in any part of the world will be held this year at the Hotel Cecil on Tuesday evening March 17 The are rangements are already well advanced It has been decided that John Redmond Dl P be again hivlted to preside and that invitations be also sent to the Most Rev Dr ODonnwJl Il Bishop of JUphoe Messrs John Dillon vfllllam OBrien T M Harrington TP connor Justin McCarty J F X OBi en Joseph Dev lin William Redmond I rish members of Parliament Dr Douglas Hyde and Barry OBrien It was arrange thatt as In pre vious years the banquet should be fol lowed by a dance J SAD TIDINGS V J Mrs John H Wtijjlleiis Death Brings Grief t lUau FrlendJrlit io j The sad tidings of the iidden death of Mrs John H Whallen b ought profound sorrow to the entire co amunity Mrs Whollen died suddenly 1 Cleveland last Tuesday night She was Visiting friends there and had only read the city that morning Mrs Whallei twos preparing to go to a social fuuctiot when she was seized with a violent par acysm of coughing and ruptured a bloc Vessel Death followed immediately Jol John Whal len who was on his v ay to attend a meeting of theatrical maKers at Balti more was notified of Ilie death of his wife when he reached untington W Va He immediately hi stened to Cleve land HIa brother Col jAnesP Whallen left Louisville for Cle eland Tuesday morning Mrs Whalle a remains were brought to Louisville an arrived here at noon Thursday A larj e delegation of Col Whallens sorrowing friends met him at the depot on bisreturn Mrs Whallen prior to her marriage was Miss Grace Edward She was born in New York fortyfire years ago Twentyfour years agojj lie married Col Whallen She leavesvfane child Mrs Erwin Wunderlich wUi LOf one of the Deputy City Assessors Mrs Whallens parents live in New Y rk One sister Mrs Thomas A AppHv sat 1821 Colgan street Her brother t A Edwards conducts a hotel at Pine ille Ky Mrs Wballen was ort iof those good souls who delight inf ivlug No one ever appealed to her a a vain for aid Often indeed she we t out in search of the needy and relieve suffering before she was asked Cattio ic orphan asy lums churches hospi ils schools and infirmaries were all bei eficiaries of her bounty nordilshef id= fine her good work to the Catholic iin rtltutlons alone The poor the sick t e afflicted were Gods friends that mad them the friends of Mrs Whallen Aw yet her giving was always done qnietlftj Hundreds will miss her and tonight iIs Asylums hospitals schools andsHMgredJiof homes thisderveatprayeris Y bJ1ay she rest in peace At this writing the funeral arrange ments had not been completed but it is thought Rev Father Cunningham will officiate at the solemn obsequies which will occur Saturday morning The active pallbearers will be Messrs John Dignan Daniel F Murphy M J Duffy Frank Dugan Sanford Vaughn John G Bills E P Tierney and Frank pallbearrrswillShackelford Miller Judge John McCann Col Michael Muldoon Arthur M Wal lace George H Alexander Scott New man Jr Richard W Knott Basil W Duke James B Brown John M Ather ton and Basil Doerhoefer The interment will be in St Louis cemetery HANDSOME PAINTING Will Be Placed In Church of St Francis of Rome Wednesday morning a box weighing 240 pounds arrived at the Custom House from Europe addressed to Rev Thomas White pastor of the Catholic church at Clifton The box contained a beautiful and costly painting of St Francis of Rome 10x8 feet by the famous artist Debenedetto Glove who devoted the past two years to its production Father White immediately sent to Chicago for two men to come here to mount it and it is expected they will have their work completed within a few days Its public reception will take place on Monday March 0 the feast day of St Francis of Rome patron paint of the church and the occasion will be marked by Cere monies of an unusually elaborate and impressive character Father White is elated over this addition to his beautiful little edifice which is only another of the many improvements for which the congregation feel deeply grateful to him WILLIAM B OCONNELL Is a Candidate For Clerk of Kentucky Court of Appeals William B OConnell of Mt Sterling Ky is an avowed candidate for Clerk of the Kentucky Court of Appeals subject to the action of the Democratic party Mr OConnell is at present Clerk of the Circuit Court of Montgomery county Ky He has friends in every section of the State He is an IrishAmerican who takes a prominent part in all Irish American affairs in his section of the country Mr OConnell has the energy ability and intelligence to make a splen did Clerk of the Court of Appeals and deserves the support ofnot only IrishAmericans but of all Democrats capeblei add strength to the ticket I u n NEW MEN Have Taken Hold and Give Satolll Council Great Impetus Impressive Ceremonies Attend the Initiation of Glass of Seven Enjoyable Social Session Feat ure of a Very Interest Ing Meeting KIND WORDS FOR HARRY COLGAN looking back over the start made and business transacted by Satolli Council Y M I and making comparisons with those during the past dozen years one can not help but be struck with the earnestness displayed by the new ad ministration beaded by President Harry Colgan Satolli Council has had its ups and downs but at no time was its exist encc ever in doubt The work already performed by the new officers has given the council a great impetus and the members are determined that before the end of the present year all eligible Catho lic young men of the central parts of the city shall have become members and there is no reason why the hopes of this splendid organization of worthy Catholic young men should not be realized to the fullest degree Monday niyht a most enjoyable and interesting meeting of Satolli Council was held at the hall on Second street Quite a number of visitors were present among them Grand Secretary George Lautz Deputy Grand Councillor Emmet Slattery Dr Phil Beutel of Trinity and William M Higgins of Mackin repre senting the Kentucky Irish American President Harry Colgan presided and the transaction of business was conducted with vim in order to give as much time as possible to the initiation of Messrs Herman Obrecht Phil J Stitzel William P Hannon Edward B Morgan George Tepe James E Hannon and Joseph Monsch The ceremonies were impres sive the work of Messrs Nally and Crotty being exceptionably fine All presen- tlearnedaJessonl fropthesiegrees conferred which are sure to elevate the young man receiving them The next euchre was announced in connection with which there will be a number of vocal and instrumental solos Another dramatic entertainment is also contemplated to be given soon after Lent After the transaction of the regular business of the evening the meet ing closed in regulat form and went into a social session that lasted for two hours when all were given a taste of Satolli hospitalityJohn Coady was introduced as toast master and under his guidance the affair was socially a success as great as antici pated due to the excellent work of the excellent committee who so generously dispensed the refreshments and cigars After Walter Morgan had superintended the rendition of musical selections Chair man Coady called upon the Grand repre sentatives and visitors who made responses suitable to the occasion Grand Secretary Lautz Attorney Emmet Slat tery and Dr Phil Beutel Jr were the first speakers the latter extending a special invitation to those present to at tend the free lecture to be delivered by Rev Father Fhelan under the auspices of Trinity Council on Monday February 10 when there will also be an interesting debate Judge Sam Boldrick paid a handsome compliment to the new officers who are destined to bring Satolli up to its former large proportions Ex President Will OSullivan told a story that created much laughter though it was not without good points All were loath to break up the enjoyable session as it is seldom that such a jolly crowd assemble and the invitation to be present again next Monday night when there will be more festivities was heartily accepted by each and every one The new officers are deserving of much praise for the excellent work they are so vigorously pushing 0 OUR YOUNG MEN Apply In Large Numbers For Admission Mackin Council Never before has the Interest in Mackin Council been as great as at present This remarkably successful social and benevolent society has so managed its affairs as to win the highest encomiums from the Catholic people of the entire city but especially those of the West End where the majority of its members reside This is due ina large measure to the excellent work of its officers who have had the loyal support of the membership at large In our last issue mention was made of the several fmprovementscontemplatedwhich seems to have kindled a widespread enthusiasm This was strikingly mani fested Tuesday night The regular meeting was largely attended and eight new names were received for membcN ship making a total seventeen waiting initiation The class being so large it- wasresolvedto holda special Initiation on Tuesday evening February 17 and Messrs Louis Borntraeger Alfred Wald and George Lautz were Instructed to make suitable preparations for the big event which will be followed by a social session of jollity and good cheer A letter of thanks from the good ladies of St Anthonys Hospital Sewing So ciety was read for assistance rendered the euchre and Dr Phil Beutel invited the council to the lecture and debate of Trin ity Council on February 16 A letter was also received from the family of the late Stephen Gathof which was ordered published in the Kentucky Irish Ameri can and appears in another column The committee having charge of the euchre announced for February 18 re ported that they had assurances of a large attendance upon that occasion and also that quite a number of handsome and valuable prizes had already been donated Effort will be made to make this one of the seasons most enjoyable events The proceedings were interesting throughout and were well conducted by President Frank Murphy SILVER JUBILEE Branch 4 Catholic Knights of America Hold Fine Celebration Branch 4 Catholic Knights of America celebrated the twentyfifth anniversary of Its establishment at St Francis Hall last Tuesday night Owing to the inclemency of the weather the attendance was not as large as it might have been W C Smith presided Miss Rogers the talented daughter of Attorney Newton G Rogers rendered a piano solo which was properly appreciated Rev Father P M J Rock the first priest to become a member of the order delivered an address in one of his hap piest veins He spoke of the pioneers of the order many of whom are still living He also gave a brief history of the Catho lic Knights of America and paid tribute to its ideals and to the zeal of its mem bers Faith he said is the spirit of the organization whose fraternity makes all braver and better Catholics He con gratulated the members upon rounding up twentyfive years of successful work work for the widow and the orphan Sylvester Grove was applauded for his baritone solo and Ben Speaker was de lightful in his humorous monologue Charles Carroll a talented amateur ven triloquist brought the entertainment to a successful close JOEULARJOEJRYOR Who Wants to Be Judge of the Jefferson Circuit Court Joe Pryor who has announced his can didacy for Judge of the third division of the Common Pleas branch of the Jeffer son Circuit Court subject to the action of the Democratic party is one of the most able and popular of the young at torneys at the local bar Mr Pryor was born at New Castle in Henry county this State thirty years ago After com pleting his education in the common schools he attended college and later read law in the office of the Hon John D Carroll at New Castle Later he removed to Louisville and entered the law office of Brown Humphrey and Davie After being admitted to the bar he took a law course at the University of Vir ginia one of the most celebrated law colleges in the United States In 1890 he began the practice of law in the office of ONeal Jackson and Phelps When Mr Jackson went on the criminal bench Mr Pryor became member of the firm of ONeal Phelps and Pryor Mr Phelps retired from the firm and for several years the firm was ONeal and Pryor In 1900 Mr Pryor withdrew and formed a partnership with S M Sapin sky and that partnership still exists Mr Pryor comes of a family of lawyers on both sides His father Judge W S Pryor was twentysix years on the bench of the Kentucky Court of Appeals and in that time served three terms as Chief Justice His maternal uncle Judge Joseph Barbour was twelve years on the bench of the Superior Court of Ken tucky which under the old constitution was an intermediate between the Circuit Court and the Court of Appeals Both of these jurists became distinguished and Mr Pryor naturally inherits his legal talentClever unassuming gentlemanly and yet business like and energetic Joe Pryor would be as useful a member of the bench as he is of the bar His friends are legion and he knows how to keep them TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council will close its social season with a euchre and dance at the club house on Wednesday evening Feb ruary 11 The committee in charge have made arrangements for the entertainment of a large number 6f friends and hope to make this one a memorable affair After the distribution of prizes there will be dancing CASINO CLUB EUCHRE The Casino Club an organization com posedof prominent young ladies and gentlemen of St Martins congregation will entertain their friends at a euchre at St Martins Hall next Tuesday evening Nothing has been left undone that wonld add to the pleasure of the occasion The specialinvitation IRISH PARTY And People Are Doing Their Duty Royally and Well Have Made Good Uso of Time a Since Parliament ClosedrWyndlmms Futile Policy of Sending Irishmen to Prison READY FOR ANY CONTINGENCY The Cork Examiner one of the most i reliable papers printed In Ireland gives the following very interesting summary of the condition of affairs as now existing there 5 Since Parliament closed the Irish mem bers have been making very good use of their time The fight has been for the time being transferred from the floor of the House of Commons to the country and from all quarters we receive abund ant evidence of the rapid widespread of the national organization The Irish party are doing their duty royally and well and so are the people A day scarcely passes that does not add to the already splendid total of branches of the United Irish league established and it is indeed a hopeful sign of the times to find that Ulster has taken her place with the other three provinces In the struggle The brightest days of the Land League or National League never witnessed a more thoroughly organized people and ere Parliament again assembles we believe that those districts In which a branch of the national organization does not exist exceptionsindeed terrorism by which Mr Wyndham hoped to drive the people into a state of slavish submission could not be conceived The Irish party when next they confront the high priest of coercion in the British Parliament will be In the proud position of being able to inform him that his coercion tacticts so far from achieving the ends which prompted their design hadonly the effect of forging more closerogetherthe nations force and making every soldier in the ranks more determined in the fray Indeed the Irish leaders can declare with truth that they represent a really united Ireland and that they pdssess the full confidence of the people Mr Wyndham may at tempt to minimize these facts but whether he does or not matters very lit tle Events will drive them home to his mind and he will find before long how utterly futile and mistaken his Irish policy has been The courage and de termination of the people have by this time we should think supplied him with a startling illustration of the failure of his coercion campaign For he has been day after day sending members of Par liament and public men to prison in flicting on many of them sentences more severe than would be meted out to the cowardly wife beater or cruel deserter of his children slut with what result We have not figures before us but Mr Wynd ham in his capacity as Chief Secretary for Ireland must know through his Dublin Castle agents that the United Irish League has more branches today and is in every respect more vigorous than when he set out on his coercion expedition two years ago He has we say full information in bis possession as to how the national organization stands now as compared with two years ago and in the face of the facts it discloses we should like to know will he dare assert that his oppressive operations have been crowned with success We fancy not lIe shares the defeat and humiliation that has be fallen every Chief Secretary that tried the game before and he finds himself today in the unfortunate position of being unable to change his course in the disastrous voyage on which he embarked when be entered office And we make no apology for saying that we have no earthly sympathy with Mr Wyndham He acknowledges himself that the land question was one of the great wrongs under which this country suffered and yet if we except the halting and unsatis factory measure which he introduced in the last session of Parliament he made no effort whatever to remove that grievance We are promised now a more comprehensive bill in the coming session and with the valuable information which Mr Wyndham can if he so desires de rive fr9m the findings of the recent land conference he can offer no tenable excuse for not making an honest and gener ous attempt to put an end to a conflict that has woven disaster around this coun try He should remember too that not o only the tenants but the vast majority of the landlords of Ireland yearn for the cessation of hostilities and should he fail in the discharge of a duty that should be obvious to him under the circumstances he will only succeed In crowning the lamentable failure that has upto the present hour followed his administration of Irish affairs The people we assure him are ready for any contingency they stand organized and determined and so please God they will remain while labor under such grievances as that which uponthemrights that are the due of every nation i y v KENTUCKY IRISH A gI ICAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN 1111111111111111111111N11 Devoted to the Moral and Social Advaacemcnt of all Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5C Hutere at tho towlavlllePostofllceM Secondcuss Matter Ucheu all Conmnnlcallonstolhe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 West Green Street j TRADES LABEL UNION COUNCIl Us I LOUISVILLE Ky SATURDAY FEBRUARY 7 1903 A RUINOUS TAX It seems that the people of Ken tucky like those of Kansas andt Texas for a time are to be de prived of life insurance if not indeed of everything else because of the franchise tax law whicht seeks to force corporations to pay taxes additional to the regular taxes levied on other property and business and to retract to 1892 Thus far all home chartered life insurance companies have been driven out transferring their insur ance to foreign companies Now Judge Cantrill decides in the case of the Aetna Company that for eign life insurance corporations doing business in the State through agents are also liable to this tax since 1892 The State claims back taxes aggregating 500000 If the decision is affirmed by the Court of Appeals these companies will withdraw from the State can celing all policies to avoid pay ment of back taxes as well as future taxation Then Kentuck ians like the people of Kansas and Texas will be without life insur ance till they repeal the onerous tax law Judge Cantrill also held in othertt cases that all guaranty and securE ity corporations were subject tott this tax Many of these have sus pended business to avoid litigation and if Judge Cantrill is sustained t the others will have to quit No corporation doing a legitimate busi ness can pay the franchise tax as construed by our courts They must either resort to illegitimate methods and usury or suspend The law has caused litigation lossjj and injury to the State capital and business are driven out and kept out back taxes and future taxes are lost The Slate is on the tabooed list and it will not be long till the people realize its meaning and results to them HE IS AN ENGLISHMANI TMr John Weaver has been nomi nated for Mayor of Philadelphia He is an Englishman by birth but was naturalized nine years agoI The A P A of that city oppose and condemn Weaver because he st isUa nineyearold American citi zen Itwhose father is still an EnglishmanUa menace to that Americanism bequeathed us by the defenders of America against British rule an alien whose nomination would insult that noble band of free Americans who shed their lifes blood in perpetuating the Declaration of Independence- And this rot appears prominently and with apparent approval on the first page of the Milwaukee Catho tic Citizen which states that Philadelphia is a strong native American city1 and intimates sug gestively that the Irish and Ger man societies may also oppose Weaver Shamel That any professed Cath olic paper should thus stoop to such catering to intolerance Phila delphias one black spot is its native Americanism of which it was the bulwark and fountain head1 fifty years ago and where though- it was worth a mans life to dare do it the Hon Stephen A Doug las in a Fourth of July oration uttered the first public protest and denunciation of it That this element is still strong in that city is true but it ill becomes a Catholic paper to approvingly publish their IIranUngs and suggest the coopera lion of Irfsh and Germahs the victims of such intolerance in the past and intended victims of the U r futureWe onot know Mr Weaver u n but it is certain that the A P A do not oppose him because he is an C Englishman for Englishmen are C only foreigners that theCC patriots never opposed and doCC butCC not now oppose as aliens welcome as fellow patriots against the most dreaded foePoperyCC not a few Englishmen not evenCC naturalized at that being in the past and at present prominent officials of the organization One of the leaders of Bloody Monday- in this city and the herd of the organization in Kentucky a few years ago boasted they were English subjects The only aliens native as well as foreignborn that these patriots ever considered a menace to Americanism are Roman Catholics Perhaps Mr Weaver though an Englishman is a Crossback The Catholic Citizen evidently I did not think of this or it may be that it doesnt care- ARBITRATE ORWHAT The perversity of Germany and duplicity of England with Italy swung on behind have deferred the reference of the Venezuelan trouble to arbitration so the block ade and disturbed conditions con tinue in the Caribbean sea to the worry and menace of all interests until it is becoming a world question Since agreeing to submit to arbitration there has been a con tinuous wrangle over the terms or protocol governing the arbiters The schemes of the allies to circumvent the United States as to the Monroe doctrine and gain a foothold or advantage over American territory has thus far been thwarted though presented and and attempted in various guises Their real object is a pretext to justify occupation of territory de spite the opposition of the United States by uniting Europe in sup port of their claim But their greed in demanding preferential payment for six years in collecting any claims awarded against Venezuela to the exclusion of all other creditor nations has had a counter effect Now the issue stands Eng land Germany and Italy vs the United States the Central and South American Republics France Spain Holland Norway Austria with Russia silent The allies bluffing game gets worse for them the farther they push it Their last proposal has been rejected and Venezuela backed by all but the three demands the raising of the blockade and the submission of the claims of all without preference to arbitra tion indicating that the limit of patience is about reached SOLEMN BOMBAST The bombastic travesty of the Lynch trial was carried to the end The Judge in pronouncing sen tence said lilt the darkest hours of your countrys fortunes when she wasi engaged in a deadly struggle from which she has just emerged you joined her foes and did your best to shed the blood of your fellow subjectsThe only basis for this is that Lynch happened to be born in British territory and subsequently resided a short time in London He was educated in Germany andl asa newspaper and magazine writer traveled over Europe and l Africa He became a citizen oft the Boer republic and as suchl joined the Boer army He ceasedl to be a British subject and forfeitedl all allegiance to the British Government before the Boer war bean Owing no allegiance he 0 00 eo eeee0 et 0 0 0 00 0 0000 CARPETSCARPETSISaleI THIRD F OOR cannot duplicate and in face of the fact A yardmade laidud lined for athat prices are advancing we are offeryard for Tapestry Brussels Car 90Chandsome Wilton Velvet Carpet ming these dropped patterns for less than C pets including making laying and floral designs and Oriental patterns in large they can be replaced front the manufact lining in beautiful richcolorings both ill floral in designs that are bold and modern and geometricalandmedium size figuresurerr patternsibright fresh and attractive 1 al an 1 me or a 40 madeCIngrain50c sels Carpet that cannot iCarpet in the new Brussels patterns extra super Brussels patterns and be duplicated for the price a Granite Art Square size bright good colors 25CFor au extra heavy Union 2 25Forx3 ointlessyardsI 1 Japanese Floor in all the latest and IngrainIIcolorings 2 Matting regular i8c quality spring styles ij BACON SONS 1 J BACON SONS MarKet Street Between 3d and 4th 0 1 Market Street Between 3d and 4th ie e ee e O O eeD o ete 00000000000000 could not be guilty of treason HisII trial was a farce his sentence un warranted and the solemn utter ance of the Judge so much bosh If executed it would be murder iif i imprisoned an outrage against human liberty OCCASIONS NO SURPRISE The warring factions have split the Central Labor Union into two each claiming to be the one and only legal body This is no surprise as it was the inevitable and expected result of bringing politics into labor unions The forbearance of the rank and file is commend able and is bearing fruit The factionists have suspended their noisy racket and abuse awaiting the arbitrament of their dispute by the President of the American Federation each pledged to abide the decisionwhat they should have done at first instead of seeking to settle it with harsh epithets a roughandtumble fight suits in court and other monkeyshines But such an outbreak had to come to a head for it has been bubbling for years and now that it has finally burst it is hoped irritation will be avoided that it may heal when President Gompers applies the plaster Some amusing testimony showing the weakness of the operators contention is brought before the Strike Commission for instance Superintendent MacGuire the way he spells his name indicates his character of the ReadingCom pany testified that the company and its employes always got along well till men who had never seen the inside of a coal mine came be tween them Pressed to state who those men were he named President Mitchell and District President Fahey both practical miners who had worked in coal mines since they were boys It may have been a slip of the pen but it seems lacking in courtesy and appreciation to read in a Catholic paper of the society known as the Knights of Columbus All Catholic organizations or organizations of Catholics if you will are rightly entitled to at least respectful mention by the Catholic press The Knights of Columbus fill a long felt want In this country and during their brief existence have done much for the church and to command the reo Sped of nonCatholics Today the sympathy of the en tire community goes out to Col John H Whallen The death of his noble wife is a bereavement that will be mourned in many homes besides his own Only few such women live in a generation and her departure caused a gloom that will not soon disappear Our Episcopal brethren will not yet filch our name Their convention in San Francisco voted down the proposition to change their name from the Protestant Episcopal church to the Catholic church of America Archb Ireland is a queer Leading to appear in a Catholic paper If out of sorts rake in the pi box or borrow from your teigbb- orI c I JOSEPH PRYOR Candidate for Circuit Court Judg- esbipLoeIDdvI S88eS Col Mike Muldoon has arrived home from Indianapolis where be went on business Miss Ada Lewis Hart is visiting her grandmother Mrs Mary Meehan 1107 East Broadway j Miss Alma McCarty bas returned from Anchorage afterTi delightful visit wits Mrs Robert SewellA Miss Josie Fairedof Salem was this week the guestof her brother Harrison Farrell in Jeffersonville Miss MargaretBaker will soon have as ber guest Miss Bertie Powell of Colum bra who is visiting her brother in Texas Vincent Brown who was injured while coasting two weeks ago in Central Park has about recovered and is able to walk around r The two handsome prizes offered by Mackin Council last Wednesdayevening were captured by Mrs Hughes anti Mr Oswald Among the visitors here this week was Mrs Bourne Otfsley of Frankfort who was the guest of her sister Mrs Owen Thomas Miss Gertrude Conner was this week the guest of Miss Cassie Benbam at Cincinnati where her charming qualities won ber many new admirers Miss Alice Price arrived here from Versailles last week abd will make an extended visit with her sister Mrs Preston WilHams615 West Oak street i Miss Jean McCann entertained the Jeffersonville Cecilian Circle at ber home Tuesday evening when the study was Franz Joseph Lizst the noted composer Bernard Coll Treasurer of Clark county Ind has recovered from hisI recent illness and will leave next week to visit relatives in Texas and the West John Doolan who was operated on al short time ago has regained his former strength sufficiently to be able to be out and receive the congratulations of his friendsMiss Anna Rapier a prominent figure in New Haven society circles has re turned home after a short but pleasant visit with her sister Mrs Richard Dawson Misses Ella A and Mary F OConnell two interesting young girls of the East End left Friday for a two weeks visit to friends and relatives at New Castle and Eminence Sylvester Rapier banker and capitalist of New Haven was a visitor here the first half of the week Mr Rapier is State Treasurer of the Catholic Knights of Americay t One of the most enjoyable functions of the week was the reception and card party given Tuesday afternoon to a number of her friends by Mrs H S McNutt at ber beautiful home 1214 East Broad way Misses Emma and Mamie Herrmann two charming and attractive girls of this city are home again after a delightful visit to Madame Mane Bourron and other friends in New Haven and NelsonI ccunty Detective John McAuliffe and Officer Willian Hogwifj two of the brig- htesttju j members of the local police force are spending their vacations with friends intt Frankfort where they arc almost as popular as ini Louisville I IThomas Queenan the popular manager of the manufacturing department Iol the RobinsonNorton Dry Goods Company leaves tomorrow for New York where he will spend the next two weeks purchasing goods for the summer trade Cosmas Meagher the well known Lim erick grocer left Wednesday afternoon for Austin Texas where he will reman for some time with the expectation of regaining his health Cos will be missed greatly by his many friends here and has their best wishes for a speedy recovery Boone Ray one of City Assessor Mur phys able deputies is all smiles this week He is now a grandpa Twit boys were born to his daughter Mrs Jessie Boone Rosenberger wife of Philip Rosenberger a popular Jefferson count farmer last Friday night Mother and babies are doing well and Grandpa Boot is happy Miss Alice Marret entertained a nun ber of her juvenile friends Saturday at her home in the Highlands It was ber birthday anniversary and each little guest was the recipient of a pretty souvenir The charming little hostes received the hearty congratulations of a large number of friends and wishes for many returns of the happyoccasion News has just reached here of the arrival of a handsome little son at the borne of Thomas J Holden a former resident of this city but now Superintendent of the big glass works at Muncie Ind Mrs Holden is a daughter of Thomas Sheehj and sister of Mrs Matt Cassin Officer John Holden brother of the happy father and a number of his Louisville friend contemplate attending the christening Invitations have been received here for the wedding of James S McDonogh formerly of Louisville but now a wel known member of the Washington bar and Miss Sadie E Kiesel one of Kansas Citys fairest daughters The ceremony will be performed at Holy Name church Kansas City by Rev Father Twobig O P on Wednesday February 18 The young couple will reach Louisville two days later to visit the parents of tbe groom Mr and Mrs Edward McDouogb 1212 Sixth street From here they wll1 go to Washington which city will be tbeit future home They have the best wishes of a large circle of friends for in long and happy married life The Criterion Club entertained with ia select dance at their new quarters 180 Portland Avenue on Friday evening of last week The following were in attendance Misses Jule Kelly Katie Ausbrook Nellie Flynn Annie Grimes Elizabeth Harrison Lily Faulkenstein Florence Dierking Ella Broderick Kathryn Hoer Mollie Schell Alice Barrett Mami Flynn Nora Drown Messrs Joseph Harrison Joe Brannigan and the members of tbe club twenty in number TQn part was chaperoned by Mr and Mrs Edward J Halloran Musfcal selections wet rendered by Miss Jule Kelly and Johi Green After the dance refreshment were served On next Tuesday evening the Criterion Club wilt entertain with a novelty stag part- yCATHOLIC FEDERATION Largo and Enthusiastic Meeting ot Sotolll Hall Last Thurs day Evening The Jefferson county Catholic Federa ion held the largest meeting of its career Thursday evening at Satolli Hall on Second street President Fowler reports the business transacted at the Nations Executive Board meeting in Cincinnati and expressed satisfaction at tbe growing interest here The application for mem bersbip of Branch 45 C K and L of A was received John Crotty delegate iron Satolli Council urged the members 01 the Federation to give their hearty support to the Catholic Womens Club lately organized The following committee was appointed to formulate plant for arranging for a discussion of some topic pertinent to Catholic interest at tti regular meetings Newton B Rogers George J Lautz and Mark Ryan James B Kelly Mark Ryan Joseph Conklinj and Newton 0 Rogers were appointed as- aI committee of investigation in regard to at pamphlet circulated by the Women Liberty League containing a slanderous attack oh the Sisters of the Good Shep tend and criticising the courts decision in regard to a wayward girl case passed on lately The Federation decided tc OAST YoP VOTEFOR WILLIAM B1 OCONNELL OF MONTGOMERY COUNTY CANDIDATE FOR Clerk Court of Appeals Subject to Action of the Democratic Party Primary Election May 9 NO flDVflNGfc IN PRICES Collars and Cuffs lSc Per Dozen HIGH CLASS LAUNDRY WORK Best equidped laundry in Louisville Remodeled entirely and facilities more than doubled We solicit your work with a guarantee that it cant be excelled DOMESTIC LAUNDRY CO Both Phones 1720 517 Fifth Streettt lHIHHI i I I +3 I I IiI I 3 HHIi I t +S +d HHHHi I i I 1 IHHi I i HHIIII I I I t HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 TO THE PUBLIC IIIwith the assistance of my sons will continue theU r Undertaking Business of ray late Husbandand under j the same firm name at 838 East Main Street tt MRS JOHN J BARRETT HHtIHIIHI tIIIIHIHHIHHIIHI I f I I I+tJII1lIHHIIIHHt i i I i 1 I I I ENOS anaBspcrtAocountantEducates Young PeopleF- orBusiness Good Employment and Success tCALL On WRITE FOR FULL INFORMATION Union HtUonal Belt =AND L01Ii3VILLEKY Bufldfag Business College RilledJJrlistsExi Guarantee ofPe cllYork I JoKKeeplnrMEAT 15 rHE CHEAPESr iPenmanship 52 orT an o Telefra SendFor julsvilleKyo Seven experienced teachers each one a specialist in his line We are now in our new home N E Cor Second and Walnut streets The finest and best school in the South Visitors always welcome School open all year Students can enter at any time E J President 4 Ij FRRNK l L 1CANDIDATE FOR SENATOR37th Prom Shelby to Fifth St Subject to Action of the Democratic Party i hold tbe next regular meeting at Hall Seventh and Market streets Friday March 0 County Presi dent Sullivan of the Ancient Order of Hibernians invited the delegates to in ball and suggested that it be secured aa a meeting place for the future n u r MRYER JGHLIGH En avers fs- Jrfate Makers CORTKlROilWIN IflUJJYIULKt tygeufrtfiny lty lagjue arranged building WRIGHT monthly Hibernian JOE PRYOR ICANDIDATE FOR Judge Jefferson Circuit Court Common Pleas Branch Third Division Subject to Action of the Democratic Partyro- n J fft i Liv VS iAI irrr- r nJoNTUCKY IRISH AMBiTii0A1 T THIS LITTLE BANK Will RemindYou To Save And youll put into it small amounts that you WOULD NOT take around and In this way you may startSAVINGS ACCOUNT and KEEP IT GOING We take these little deposits and pay you I 3COMPOUND NTBRESTTitle Ky Savings Bank FIFTH AND COURT PLACE Open Daily until 3 p mj Saturdays until 7 p m LEADING HAT HOUSE Spring Styles have arrived in Hats Caps Gloves and Umbrellas Largest Insuronco Company IIn the World Assets 00000- 0000JERRY KING SPECIAL AGENT NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY BIS East Gray St Louisville Ky This is the only Insurance company that sells policies incontestible from date of issue d d C J SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard- Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and GreeH Streets Telephone 2241 EUGENB LOUIS R CARRAROS CAFE WET GOODS AND SMOKERS TELEPHONE 761 N E Cor Third and Green HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distfllers and Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OP NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone I94S 234 Sixth Street BIG FOUR ROUTE T- OIndianapolis Peoria CHICAGOAND INDIANA and MICHIGAN BEST TERMINALS UNION DEPOT Corner Seventh St and River CITY TICKET OFFICE No 259 Fourth Ave s J OAODBJ 8s General AgentLouiniUeXyW- ARREN J LYNCH GPA WM P DEPPE A G P A CINCINNATI O IRISHH SOCIETYDiRECTORY A O II- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tues day Evenings of Each Month President Mike Tynan Vice PresidentJohn Riley Recording SecretaryMark Ryan Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusick 1911 Bank ureet- TreasurerThomas F Walsh- DIVISION 2 Meets on the Third Friday Eveningof Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President James Welch Recording SecretaryEdward J Kei ranFinancial Secretary John T Keaney 1335 Rogers street TreasurerOwen Keiran- DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Cavanaugh Vice President Thomas Quinn Recording SecretaryPatrick Welsh Financial SecretaryWilliam Burns 707 Twentyfirst street TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmspat Begley DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fouth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn Hennessy Vice President Thomas Lynch Recording SecretaryThos Callahan Financial SecretaryJoe P McGinn 515 West Chestnu- tAssistantDave Reilly Treasurer John P Hellon DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County President John Kinney President Frank Hogan Vice PresidentFrank Lynch SecretaryJohn G Cole TreasurerMike Kene Financial Secretary masOHern- IRISHAMERICAN SOCIETY Meets at Hibernian Hall First and Third Thursday Evenings of Each Month President John J Flynn First Vice PresidentJoseph Nevin Second Vice President D J Minogue Recording Secretary T D Claire Financial SecretaryThomas Walsh TreasurerThomas Keenan SergeansatArmsD J Heffernan SentinelTim Lyons SYMPATHY Expressed For Col John Wttallen by the IrlsrtAmerlcau Society Only two officers Vice President Joei Nevin and Treasurer Tom Keenan were absent Thursday night when the Irish American Society was called to order The application of James Dulaney wasi reported favorably and his election wasi unanimous Encouraging reports were received from all committees making arrangements for the Washington birth day celebration and ball to be given at Liederkranz Hall on Monday Febru ary 23- Hon John Ryan in a feeling manner announced the sad bereavement that had befallen Col John H Whallen one of the founders of the IrishAmerican Society Words of sympathy were spoken by Messrs Tom Tarpey William M Hig gins President Flynn Thomas Claire and Thomas Walsh Upon motion the Chair appointed John Ryan Tom Tarpey Thomas Walsh Denny Heffernan and John J Flynn a committee on resolutions and they submitted the following which were adopted Whereas It has pleased AlmightyGod to remove from our midst Mrs John H Whallen in whom charity abounded and j whose purse was ever open in the cause of the needy and to whom no appeal of charity was ever made in vain therefore itResolved That we extend to Col John H Whallen in this his sad hour off bereavment our heartfelt sympathy andj condolenceResolved That the members of the IrishAmerican Society attend the funeral in a body- Resolved That these resolutions be incorporated in the minutes of this society and a copy be forwarded to Col Whallen also that the same be published1 in the Kentucky Irish American Adjournment was then taken till1 Saturday February 14 when members and committees will meet at the office of Secretary Thomas Walsh in the Equit able building at Fourth and Jefferson streets when the final arrangements for the celebration of Washingtons birthday will be made FRANK LENZ FOR SENATOR Frank A Leuz the well known law yer announces his candidacy in this issue for the Kentucky Senate from the Thirtyseventh district comprising that portion of the city of Louisville between Shelby and Fifth streets Mr Lenz is a popular GermanAmerican citizen highly ducated and possessed of qualifications hat in every way fit him for the position Ills friends are legion and are working hard to secure his nomination CAMP BALL Woodland Camp W O W will give- a grand dress ball Friday night February 20 at Cooneys Hall Twelfth and Ken tucky streets Refreshments will be served free The committee in charge are Dr W Howard John A Murphy Will Lamont LL Edwards George Meyers and J W Clayton- MACAULEYS For the first three nights of next week 1 I beautiful tuneful Florodora will have its second presentation at Macauleys Theater The company Which is a large one numbering seventy people is proi nounced in nOway inferior to the original1 one in point of detail The scenery fo this production requires two large size baggage cars for transportation Matinee Wednesday afternoon o ij HEAVENS BLESSING Invoked For Mackin Council For Devotion to Its Members In this community there are number less fraternal organizations many of which seem to have for their object the accumulating of a fat treasury omitting the spirit of brotherly love that should be exhibited when a member becomes ill or meets with misfortune It is therefore especially gratifying to the friends of Mackin Council to learn that its mem bers live up faithfully to the principles of love and charity blazoned on the ban ner of the Young Mens Institute This was strikingly illustrated last week in the case of the death of Steve Gathof and the following feeling letter shows an appreciation that should be highly cherished by every member LOUISVILLE Kv Feb 2To the Officers and Members of Mackin Council Dear Sirs There is no time when we realize the value of friendship and sympathy more then when the angel of death enters the home and takes from our midst a loved one In the recent loss of a loving husband and an affectionate father the many proffers of sympathy were touching in the extreme and if sucha thing is possible made us at least for the time being forget the loss we suffered While we are most grateful to all for kindness shown we must express our gratitude to Mackin Council in gen eral and to the sick committee in par ticular The committee were unceasing in its attention to our loved one and were the cause of him passing many pleasant hours To the council in general we must say that the sight of so many mem bers in a body paying their last tribute to a departed brother and who would kneel andrecite the rosary was a sight which touched our hearts to the core and for which we can not in words convey our gratitude for what is more consoling than to see others also appeal to Him on most high for the soul of our loved one That the blessing of our Heavenly Father may rest on you is the sincere prayer of MRS S GATHOF AND CHUDRBN HOUSEHOLD HINTS A convenient substitute for a cork screw when the latter is not at hand maybe found in the use of a common screw with an attached string to pull out the cork To clean marble this method is very easy and is generally successful Pour some turpentine on a clean cloth andIrub the spots with this and polish dry cloth When staining a floor dont forget that the stain should be applied with the grain of the woodthat is up and down the boards not across In polishing afterward work the same way One of the most convenient things for washing the inside of lamp chimneys is a piece of sheepskin with the wool on tacked around the stick ofa convenient length This is easy to keep clean and will dry quickly Fresh stains can usually be removed from linen by boiling water Place the stain over a large bowl and pour through it boiling water from the tea kettle held at a height to insure force Old stains should be first soaked hi cold water then use boiling Ammonia is very useful in the house hold A few drops put into water and rubbed ou unwashable clothing which has become soiled will remove the dirt without injuring the garment It is also excellent for cleaning hair brushes and combs paint and marble For ink stains on furniture add six drops of nitre to a teaspoonful of water and apply it to the stain with a feather If the wood is polished rub with sweet oil immediately after If the stain does not yield to the first application make it stronger and repeat the process Wooden picture frames whether oak walnut or any other polished wood may be greatly improved in appearance by being rubbed with a mixture of turpen tine and linseed oil The proportion is one tablespoonful of turpentine to three of linseed oil Apply with a small piece of cloth or flannel and rub until quite dry If mirrors are very dull and speckled the following method is excellent Take a amall portion of whiting and add suffi cient cold tea to make a paste rub the glass with warm tea dry with a soft cloth rub a little of the paste well on the mirror and polish dry with tissue paper Stains and finger marks may be removed from a lookingglass by rubbing with a soft cloth wet with alcohol Drops of oil on the clothing may be removedwith benzine or ammonia Take a piece of flannel saturated with the liquid and rub all around the spot with it working gradually toward the center As bentlne Is very inflammable it should be handled with care Another way to remove grease spots is to cover the in jured part with a piece of brown paper and press it with a hot iron PROPER BREATHING Try and realize that breath is life and that the fuller and deeper you breathe the greater Is your hold on your life and the more radiant your health Nothing develops the chest more than correct breathing It gives vital sustenance to the lungs strengthening them against disease Most women go on breathing from day to day neither realizing that they are doing so nor understanding its vital importance Conscious breathing that Is endeavoring at all times to inhale so as to carry the air down into the bot tom of the lungsis a habit that euery woman who desires to be healthfulas well as beautiful should cultivate More depends on how we inhale than on what we eat Though the best off food may be eaten the body can not be purified or in vigorated without correct breathing and airrTen centenarians five men and five Irelaudo n ST PATRICK I Will Be Honored by tlo Ancient Order of Hibernians as Usual Decision Not to Celebrate on Sunday Has Boon Reached County Board Has the Matter in Hand and Is Making- Arrangements HIBERNIANS ARE TRUE CATHOLICS The local members of j the Ancient Order of Hibernians after mature deliber tion have decided not to hold the pro posed celebration of St Patricks day on March 15 the Sunday preceeding the feast of St Patrick Instead the cele bration will be held by the Hibernians Intheir own hall on the night of March 17 The affair will be as now contem plated more in the nature of a reunion of the Hibernians than as a public cele bration Just what form of entertain ment will be afforded has not yet been determinedA to membership in the Ancient Order is that one must be a practical Catholic not a Catholic who attends mass on Sunday and forgets his religion during the remainder of the week but one who has his faith ever in mind These men are true followers of St Patrick As St Patrick chose the shamrock to demonstrate the Trinity so have Hibernians for their motto a trinity of Christian virtues which are one and inseparable one can not exist without the other Unity Friendship and True Christian Charity- St Patricks day as is always the case falls in the holy season of Lent In each and every Catholic church in the world Lenten services are held on Sun day evening and while there could be no possible desecration of the day by the Hibernians meeting on the Sabbath to honor their patron saint it has been determined not to interfere with the Lenten services this year but instead to have a quiet and appropriate celebration on March 17 The County Board will make the arrangements for the celebra tion and have in mind a high class form of entertainment It is probable that there will be addresses made by one or more able speakers appropriate recita tions and Irish national music At another time not in the season of Lent the Hibernians will probably secure a larger hall and give ail entertainment which will do them credit and which will be a source of delight to their friends in particular and the public Iin general HEMORIAn Little Winlfrede Daughter of Mr cad Mrs James Williams When the shining head drooped sad and low And the little heart refused to beat The angel whispered Come we go To dwell in joy at Jesus feet Oh not at all shall sorrows cup Be sipped by thy sweet lips dear one Cause peace serene thy soul shall know And ever more thy crown be worn Across the glistening golden sand Beyond the glowing stars oerhead Her beauteous soul in rapture stands Tho father mother call herdead- Oh no not dead the lily sweet Was carried hence at His command To bloom and shed a fragrance mete In paradises happy land Look up dear mother see your dove In radiant garb divinely fair Resplendent with the flowers which love And innocence have crowned herthere A N C WORTHY CAUSE Salesmens UnlonWIII Give a Euchre For a Benevo lent Purpose The third annual social euchre of the Salesmens Union will be given at Liederkranz Hall on the evening of Febu ary 17 The funds derived from the euchre will be used in aiding to defray the expenses of sick benefits The Sales mens Union is made up of a number ofj energetic and Intelligent gentlemen They are engaged in the laudable pur pose of benefiting the members of their craft and to that end have formed this union which has a benevolent feature Salesmen are prone to the ills that allj mankind are heir to and as a matter ofj consequence when one of their number falls ill the union allows him so much a week It is to be hoped that the public will patronize the euchre liberally The committee which has the arrange ments in charge is made up as follows James Dorsey N N Etheridge I Frank H A Veeneman P A Hebebrand C B Conway A H Marlin S C Moore Theo Kaufman Steve Cassidy HOPKINS THEATER An excellent vaudeville bill is promised the patrons of Hopkins Temple Theater next week Heading the list is R G Knowles the great monologist Johnson Davenport and Lorella in their sketch The Football Players and the Farmer Kathryn Osterman in a one act comedy Alice Raymond the celebrated cornetist Genero and Theol equilibrists Rialto the celebrated fire dancer and the bio graph An Ambassador isa trathful man sent abroad to acquire the art of diplomatic iyiugC r r- I DEATH BECKONED And Mrs Paul C Barth En tered Into Eternal Rest Shocked indeed was the entire community last Friday to learn of the death of Mrs Julia Barth wife of Paul C Barth President of the Board of Alder typhoidfeverloving care and skilled medical attention passedintoaffectionate husband and children and the immediate members of her family Mrs Barth was born in Louisville thirtyfive years ago She was the daugh ter of the late Capt Thomas Small a popular steamboat man and steamboat freight agent who died several years ago Eleven years ago she married Mr Barth Of the children that blessed their union three sons survive They range in age from ten to six years As a girl and as a matron Mrs Barth was a leader in Catholic church and charitable work Her friends were numbered by the thou sands She was a woman of many noble traits of character one of those womanly women that make the world better be cause she lived in it She bore her sufferings with Christian fortitude and died fortified with the sacraments of the churchIn to her husband and chil dren she is survived by her mother Mrs Thomas Small her sister Miss Beatrice Small William Small Superintendent of the street cleaning department John Small an employe of the same depart ment and Thomas Small a contractor Her funeral took place from St Charles Borromeo church at 0 oclock Monday morning That edifice was crowded with the friends of the deceased and the be reaved family Rev Father Raffo paid an eloquent tribute to the virtues of the deceased The remains were laid to rest in St Louis cemetery The sympathy of the entire community goes out to the griefstricken husband and his mother less little boys that she loved better than her life May she rest in peace HINTS ON STYLE Lace insertion lined with black chif fon is a trimming which will blossom out with great effect ou our new thin gowns and wide lace bands lined in this way are to be used for sashes The ribbons flowered striped and vari ously patterned have been beautiful to look upon for some time but the new ones for summer gowns and hats surpass anything we have had before Lined up beside the bargain counters are the new materials for summer multi plying the temptations over and over again The early display of spring suit ings show a great variety of cheviots in light and dark colors and rough effects Linen gowns are certainly most in evidence among the imported models as yet and they are most elaborate and ex pensive One pretty model in sheer white linen is shirred closely all around the hips and ruffled at the foot with three flounces lace edged and hand embroid eredSashes with fringed ends are shown again among some of the early frocks of linen and are of gauze ribbon hand painted or of chine ribbon with silk hinge sewn on One of the new fancies is to carry the ribbon twice around the waist and knot it low at one side or directly in front- Embroidery in half moon designs heads the top flounce and the bodice is a blouse of course with dainty shirrings and embroidery in the yoke and above the belt in apparent continuation of the skirt Embroidery in abundance as well as fine in quality seems to be the battle cry so far among the new gowns Last seasons patterns are not objec tionable simply because they were worn last year and many of them arc most de sirable both in color and design It is the mode in which the gown is made up and the combination of trimmings rather than the material that counts for so much so it is wise to make the most of this harvest time A WELL DRESSED WOMAN A woman is welldressed when she becomingly and appropriately dressed Otherwise she is at a disadvantage although her attire may be a costly one Neatness is the first essential in the art of dressing and then comes color which should be becoming without being obtru sive The material of the dress should1 be the best one can afford in order that itk look well wear well and give satisfaction to the end Cheap fabrics soon lose their beauty and therefore it is not economy to buy them No woman welldressed unless her attire shows graceful effects and becoming lines If all the accessories of the toilette are not in perfect harmony then the result must prove unsatisfactory The violation of the laws of harmony detracts immeasur ably from ones appearance An excel lent way to maintain a charming indi viduality is to always adhere to one becoming color TRUE ENOUGH An Englishman was traveling through Italy with an American friend and in the course of their sojournings each maintained the superiority of his own country Finally the grand spectacle of Mount Vesuvius in eruption throwing its lurid light across the Bay of Naples burst upon their astonished gaze Now look at that chuckled the Englishman You havent anything in America that comes anywhere near that No replied the Yankee We have not a Vesuvius but we have a waterfall that could put that thing out in less than five minutes Wherever one suspects dampness in a room closet or cellar this being the case frequently at sunimer boardinghouses place a pail or can of unslacked lime andI necessarySalt n- I 1 ACAVLEYSI Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Nights and Wednesday Mat- ineeFLORODORA The Oreat Huslcal Success CHORUS OF FIFTY VOICES SEATS NOW ON SALE HOPKINS TEMPLE THEATER MATINEES 215 EVENINGS 818 DONT FAIL TO SEE Kathryn Osterman And her Company in the One Act Comedy Tomorrow at 12 R C3 IKISrOWlLBS Greatest Monologist Also ALICE RAYMOND celebrated cornetist JOHNSON DAVENPORT and LORELLA the football player and the farmer GENERO and THEOL flexible equilibrists j RIALTO celebrated fire dancer and the popular BIOGR- APHBUCKINGHAM WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY FEB 8 Matinees Sunday Monday Wednesday Saturday TOM MINERS OHfMIAN BURLESQUERS Always Something New A Bohemian Beauty Extravaganza in Three Acts SPECIAL FEATURE MUSTHAVKHIM Champion of the World The Terrible Turk and an All Star Olio GOOD MEETING Held by Division 3 Ancient Order of Hibernians Last Monday Division 3 Ancient Order of Hiber nians met Monday night with President John Cavanaugh in the chair The re port of the Finance Committee showed that the division was in excellent shape and with a comfortable balance on the right side of the books Itwas announced that a euchre would be given at the next meeting February 15 Joe Cooney a musician of talent was elected organist and musical director of the division Brief but entertaining ad dresses were made by Mike Tynan President of Division 1 John H Hen nessy President of Division 4 and County President Sullivan Five appli cations for membership were received Joe Greaney was added to the Literary Committee Resolutions ot condolence on the death of the wife of Thomas Ken nedy were adopted and a copy ordered sent to the bereaved family EUCHRE AND DANCE A progressive euchre followed by an hour of dancing and good cheer will be given at Music Hall at 8 oclock Tuesday evening February 17 The affair will be under the management of the energetic ladies and gentlemen of St Philip Neris parish The proceeds will be used to reduce the debt on the school A num ber of handsome prizes will be awarded Refreshments will be served at 10 oclock sharp A good time is assured all who attend WELCOME HIS RETURN George A Perry for a number of years prominent in Y M I circles in this city who left Louisville to accept a position with the Louisville Southern at Atlanta returned this week to become chief clerk in the freight department of the Balti more Ohio Southwestern Monday night he will be tendered a reception by the officers and members of Satolli Council at the club rooms on Second street Everything is arranged for a jolly good time for the guest and visitors- BUCKINGHAM Burlesquersswill hold the boards at the Buckingham next week In addition to the two bur lesques there will be an allstar olio in cludiug Musthavehim the Terrible Turk Charles Burke Grace LaLue and her musical pickaninnies Andy Gardner Davenport Sisters Campbell and Math NicholaskWeight Ida Nicolas WilY THEY MARRIED sPostal cards having been sent out to married men with the inquiry Why did you marry a large number of responses came to hand from which the following are selected Thats what I have been trying for eleven years to find outXMarried to get even with her mother but never haveWB- ecause Sarah told we that five other young men had proposed to herC- The father thought eight years courtin was almost long enouKhB Please dont stir me upJBecause I did not have the experi ence I have nowG Thats the same question my friends ask meC H I Wanted a companion of the oppo site sex P SShe is still opposite- A Because it is just my luckP J I yearned for company We now have it all the timeKarl Have exhausted all the figures in the arithmetic to figure out an answer to your question Between multiplication and division in the family and distrac tion in addition the answer is hard to arrive atOld Man I married to get the best wife in the SimonI U her if shed have me She said she would Shes got me BllTint A REAGANS EXCHANGE S W Cor Preston and Market Wines Liquors and Cigars SPECIALBest Old Whiskies in bottles and jugs six and eight years old from 200 per gallon up Tel 6132 JOHN JVL MULLOY DEALER IN Tea Coffee Pure Spices And Chinaware Pond Lily and Home Baking Powder O1O W JVTARJCEJOP ST Telephone Main 1189 CB THOMPSON FZIiisrROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 261 West Jefferson St 682 Fourth Ave f BOTH TELEPHONES loco All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction 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m PRANK WALTERS + iw Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET 20v3 LOUISVILLE KY I I J I mmmmmmmMmmmmmmmmmlmlmm MM mmmm mmmmmmmm mMMMmmmm IKENTUCKY l1R18HMERIGANl m PRINTING CR I IIIsnow Fully Equipped to do All Kinds of Job Printing in tbeIiLatest Style Give Us a Trial Order yet RrsG 7 l1 ITickets Dodgers Invitations Note Heads II Bill Heads Programs Envelopes Etc a Home 4 Plione946 1326 W GREEN STREET I IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Mrs McGraths bakery establishment on Main street Tipperary was entirely destroyed by fire There were a numbs of narrow escapesj The Crown have issued summonses against seven men in connection with the attack on T W Russell M P at Dromore on November 19 when he addressed a land meeting John Griffiths a contractor aged forty residing at Wigan met with a shockin death while following his employment He had just removed a pump when a large stone weighing two tons fell upon him and crushed him to death The Limerick County Council unanimously passed a resolution approving of the findings of Lord Dunravens land conference and expressing the opinion that a land bill proposed on such a basis of settlement would bring peace and pros perity to Ireland Since its inception the Waterford branch of the Gaelic League has made very considerable headway and it jis steadily progressing The labors of its executive are not confined to class work merely but they have provided man enjoyable intellectual treats from time to timeThe Queens County Council have adopted a resolution approving of the recommendations of the recent land conference The North and South Meat branches of the landowners convention adopted a resolution emphatically indors ing the minutes of the convention dealing with the report of the conference- A man named Mathew Moroney father of eleven children and who resided atI Ballynash County Limerick was killed at Foynes Moroney was a carter and was walking his horse into a shed to take a load of hay to a ship at Foyne quay when the animal rushed and struck him with the shaft on the chest killing him instantly William Duffy M P was arrested in Galway on a warrant under which he was sentenced by the removables at Mount bellow to three months imprisonment He appealed against the decision of th removables but inasmuch as the notice of appeal was informal it fell through Duffy was in town on Tuesday and only returned home to Loughrea on that evening Cooperation seems very ninth in the air in the County Waterford and creameries have recently been established at Cappoquin Cappagh Ballyduff and dia tricks adjoining Dungarvan Meetings in support of the cooperative movement were addressed by Mr Moore and Mr P J Hannan and the people generally are displaying great interest in this import ant matter Sheriff Augustine Roche was the re cipient ofa handsome testimonial from his Cork friends upon the close of his year in office They met at Leechs Hotel and presented him a magnificent and handsome solid silver candelabra Letters from prominent men Jn all parts of Ire land were read congratulating Sheriff Roche upon the dignity with which he held the office Owing to the disqualification of the Chairman of the County Council wider circumstances connected with the now famous Tallow trials a good deal of speculation is being indulged in in Waterford as to who will be P T Walshes successor The position makes a great demand on the time of the gentle man who occupies Itin fact so much so that few business men ambition it The names of Mr Drohan Chairman of the CarrickonSuir Union and James Hayes are freely mentioned- A shocking accident occurred at Ban sbs railway station An old man named Pierce Butler a resident of the village was bidding goodbye to a friend who was returning to college after his Christ mas holidays when he accidentally stum bled against the train just as it was get ting into motion Although the train was quickly pulled up he was shockingly inJured On consultation it was decided- to amputate both arms an operation which was successfully performed The Injured man remains in n very critical condition however and but little hope is entertained of his recovery The Waterford municipal elections this year occasioned a good deal of interest and resulted in the Labor party securing two additional representatives on the Corporation The Council is steadily be coming more and more democratic Informer years the labor representation was extremely small but the pasting of the local government act and the extension of the franchisee has largely changed the personnel of the civic body A question of elevators in connection with the grain adustry ia responsible for last weeka tI f victory for the Labor party and as years glide by it Is evident that the workingmen will have a large part in municipal affairsAt the last Galway quarter sessions Messrs John Roche M P John Ioha Martin Finnerty and James Gilmarli appeared to hear Judge Andersons decision in their appeal heard at Galway last October against the decision of the removableMagistrates Michael Reddy M P also appeared to hear the decision in Ills appeal against the sentence of four months hard labor The Judge said that conspiracy and boycotting were clearl proven against the defendants but reduced the sentences as follows troche four to three months Finnerty and Lohan three to two months and Gi martin five to four weeks the sentence to be without hard labor but bail for good behavior Reddys sentence was confirmed RECENT DEATHS After a short illness of erysipelas Mrs Katherine Jansen passed away Sun day morning at her home 2629 West Madison street leaving a husband and six children Her funeral was largely attended at St Charles Bprromeo church The funeral of Mrs Anna Fordc highly esteemed woman of St Cecilia parish will take place this morning at Di oclock Mrs Ford was slxtyscve years of age and resided with her son James P Ford at 2917 Cleveland avenue She was a devout Catholic whose death will be sincerely mourned by all who knew her The funeral of Mrs Catherine Gnad nger occurred Sunday afternoon from St Vincent de Pauls church of which she was for years a devout member Mrs Gnadinger was a woman prominent in German Catholic circles She was the widowof the late Edward Gnadlngei and resided with her daughter and fou sons at 631 Bast St Catherine street The remains of Mrs Alice Clary who died Friday iin Indiana were brought to the home of her daughter Mrs Martin McGuinness 712 East Chestnut street and the funeral took place from St Mary Magdalens church Rev Father Gause pohl was the celebrant of the requiet high mass and spoke very feelingly of the noble and Christian life of the deceased A long cortege of mourning friends followed the remains to their last resting place Mrs Catherine Schumpp one of the- best known German ladies of the eastern part of the city died at the residence of her son George Schumpp Clayand Gray streets last Monday evening Mrs ichnmpp waseigbty years old but had lived in Louisville half a century She was a lady of many Christian virtues The funeral took place from St Martins hunch at 9 oclock Wednesday morning The interment was in Michaels cemetery May she rest in peace The cold hand of death was laid upon Mrs Mary Riebl beloved wife of Prank Liehl last Friday evening Only weutyseveri years old she was just entering upon the joys of womanhood Mrs Riehl was the daughter of Matthew Inright of 2220 West Walnut street and was a woman held in high esteem bya host of friends Her funeral took place Sunday afternoon from St Charles orromeo church Rev Father Raffo inducting the funeral obsequies Seldom has there occurred a death in ffersonvlle that caused more profound sorrow than that of Miss Maggie May lixon the bright a promising fifteen earold daughter of Mr and Mrs Patrick Dixon of 620 Missouri avenue Miss Dixon was a young lady of pleasing man er and was a favorite among a large circle of friends and acquaintances Four weeks ago she was stricken with dread neumonia but hopes were entertained of her recovery until within a short time before her death The funeral tookiplace uesday morning from St Augustines church where a solemn high mass pf requiem was celebrated by the Rev John Council The church was thronged with people who feel the 1eepestsympathy- for the bereaved parents May her soul rest in peace HAVE HILL HALL The Goldpa Rod Club anodal organ jtion composed of well known young ishAmericans of the Highlands have secured Phcenir Hill Hall for March 17- andwi11 celebrate St Patricks night by entertaining their friends with a grand hop and other amusements All the- rights have been reserved thus insuring Ii select gathering The tickets are now being distributed by the members Full skirts and very bouffatit sleeves em to be assured features of the coming fashions together with sashes and f acy belts We are to be as quaint and picture pOM ble with some of the e1dtlme toudwf on our coatusws f 0a HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division will hereafter meet only on the third Friday of each month Hollowing the installation of officers of Division 5 of Springfield Ohio a reception was tendered the County Board Division 1 of Jeilersouville has como pleted great preparations for their tSt Patricks day celebration Look for particulars next week A lively contest is on in St Paul between Divisions 1 2 and 3 and March 117 will tell which has the most members most friends and best hustlers Charley Obst hopes the Auditing Committee of Division 2 will be increased from three to ten He has a jug of ample proportions for that number The reason the Hibernians will not give a more elaborate entertainment on Tuesday night March 17 is that no suitable hall can be secured for that nightAny Catholic society desiring new quarters should inspect Hibernian Hal There are a few open nights which can be secured from County President Pat SullivanThe Auxiliary of Dayton Obi celebrated the seventh anniversary of their organization last week at Hibernian Hall the evening being spent in dancing and cards Buffalo Hibernians have selected Rev Father Cronin editor of the Union and Times to preside over their monster Emmet meeting on the evening of Sunday March 1 The Auditing Committee of Division 2 had a fine time at Obsts bowling aUeys Thursday night They bowled all over the house and left a record that will last for some time The Hibernians of Providence wi11 give a grand concert on the evening of March 17 the proceeds of which will go toward paying the expenses of the St Patricks day parade Division 1 and the Ladies Auxiliary iof Brainerd MinD held a joint installation of officers After the services a musical programme was given lunch served and dancing indulged in till a late hour A handsome gold medal emblematic ic- all the principles of the order was last week presented exState President C J OBrien by the Hibernians of Minnesota- as a reminder of the love and respect iIn which he is held by those over whom he ruled with marked success The committee in charge of the movement for introduction of Irish histor into parochial schools of Buffalo has bee Lining earnest and successful work and its efforts have been crowned with success in almost all cases The pastors of the diocese since the movement received episcopal sanction have given it their hearty cooperation The initiation of a large class by the divisions of Dayton Ohio was held last week at Hibernian Hall Henry Mc Kenny County President presided and many of the State officers were present The class numbered thirtyfive and the eremoniej were most impressive The nitiation was followed by a supper and aI general social time The first initiation of the new year by Duluth Hibernians occurred last week at tbe hall of Division 1 when a large class had the two first degrees conferred Then were visitors present from surrounding towns and State officers were pleased with the impressive work of the degree team An enjoyable smoker followed the egular order of business It is stated that instead of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of America the order rill be know as the Universal Hiber ians of the world Already the mem sera of Australia have been accepted bj tbe order in this country and recently a petition has been filed at national headquarters making provisions to accept the iberniaus of Great Britain and Ireland under the same bead- STARTS THIS MONTH Work on the hew UrsuHne Academy of the Sacrrd Heart to take the place nf- the present institution on the Work hous road will start this month The great increase in the number of pupils taught by the good Sisters necessitates larger quarters and therefore a handsome commodious structure will be erected ndready for the opening of the next school year The building now occupied wi11 then be used as a home for old and invalid Sisters of the order Do not be afraid of the sunlight and so- puU down the curtains as 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