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T ffTiT T TT1c r Th FII r 4 III- y pt + 1 k y IIss it + rc i Jr- JI11fr I e KENTUCKY 7 LVI TnJi R I FIVELU1ViEr b P + r y LENTEN SEASON t Is a TUne For Prayer anti Fast Ung and IsNo Rapidly J Approaching K How Easter Is Fixed and What I I the GreatS lciuulty Signifies 1 Church j Has Our Physical asy s Welias SplrituaKUealth s aIn View t fir IN HARMONY WITH SEASON Lent begins this year on Febru7r c the last day of the present mouth Almost any Catholic child can tell that Lent is a fast of forty days kept in imitation of our Saviours fast in the desert and toII prepare us by penance to celebrate the memory of his passion thereby disposing us to rise from the spiritual death of sin to a new life that we may partake ofI the Joy of his resurrection at the end of this holy se sonDut the number of Catholics who know bow Lent is fixed each year is extraordinarily small EasterSunday is the feast of the resur rection the crowning act of mankinds redemption It is this particular day that closes the long fast of Lent and it is from this particular day each year that the church dates her calendar The church provides that Easterns to be cele brated annually ou the fourteenth day of the moon following the spring equinox Take the almanac for the year 1900 and you will note that the vernal equinox The following moonoccurs ou March 21 and the Sundayappears on March 24 following the next fourteen days brings us to April 15 Hence we know that April 15 is to be Eister Sunday Now count back forty days Sundays omitted and we find that Ash Wednesday will fall on February 28 Easter or Posh is one of the greatest festivals of the year The word Pasch has come down through more than thirty centuries The Jews have their Pasch as we have ours Pasch means passage Iu the old law it slgnit ymssadbCJmleof t eAnagLl otiourJover the land of Pharao during the night I when was slain the first born of every house on which he did not see the blood of a lamb Pharao then allowed the Jews to depart from Egypt To Chris Hans in the new law the Pasch signifies the glorious passage of our Saviour from death to life On the very threshold of Christianity the Apostles and Disciples began to com memorate this passage and whenever assembled in Jerusa jt was possible they lem for its observance Hence it can be maintained that the celebration of Easter is of apostolic institution But the church grew and waxed strong and the Apostles and Disciples spread over the Eastern hemisphere All agreed 01 the celebrr Ion of the solemnity of the Pasch but in the middle of the sec ond century a controversy arose between the Christians of the East and West The Christians of the West Insisted on holding the feast on the Sunday after the fourteenth day of the moon that fol lows the vernal equinox In order pot to keep with the Jews in their celebration of the Pascb On the other hand the Christians of the East asserted that it was necessary to celebrate Easter on the fourteenth day of the moon after thr spring equinox This controversy con tinued with mote or less vigor until the year 284 when the first Council of Nice try an irrevocable decree fixed the date of the solemnity for the whole Christian world The decision was in accordance with the custom of the Christians of the WestGreat doctors of the church tell us that the general ends of fasting and self denial are to render homage to God to glyethe soul a command qver the senses to strengthen virtuous habits to atone lor sin and to turn away the scourges ofI the divine justice These same great teachers instruct iis that the soul Influences y the body so Lent by curing the moral man must necessarily promotes the welfare of the physical man Physicians even those who are not Catholics will tell that spring is the most favorable season of the year to repair the disorders of health Chemists and botanists show that everything that vegetates undergoes a kind of fermentation Fresh herbs in the spring supply more wholesome juices than at any other season Therefore phy sicians and scientists as well as doctors of the church assure us that the chief preservative against end best remedy for most diseases is undoubtedly abstinenc- and a selection of vegetable food By no means does our holy mother church cRpect any of us to starve our selves to death It Is pointed out to us that by continual fasts many of the ancientfathers of the desert preserved a vigorous and uniform physical and men tal health beyond the ordinary term of existence living more than 100 years i i warm countries where life is usually shorter than in temperate ones St Paul the first hermit history tells us lived 113I years St Anthony 105St John the Silent 104 St Theodotius the Abbot 105 t This list might be continued ndefiul Medical science instead of controvertingt D She wisdom of flats declares that tern jMsraHcels the mother of health that is iteapecauceixallthhlgs it prevMU 1- r those diseases which are the result of weak digestion renders external injuries less dangerous soothes incurable evils calms the passi6us preserves the lenses in their integrity maintains the strength of mind end the clearness of thememory and last but by no means least is the foundation of vlrtiie IIiThus wesee that Lent though irksom- and unpleasant to many is really of the highest benefit physically and mentally as well as spiritually COMING HOME Kentuckians Will Start Prom All Quarters to Visit Native Heqth Plans for the Home Coming Week in Louisville June 13 to June 17 inclusive are maturing rapidly The first day Wednesday June 13 will be known as Reception and Welcome day the second June 14 as Poster day the third June llias Daniel Boone day the fourth June 16 as Greater Kentucky day and tnVSIth Sunday June 15 as Until We Meet AKIn The address of welcome Is to be delivers hv Henry Watterson and responded to byavid R Francis of Missouri Others on the rogramme are William Lindsay John Grliale John M Harlan Thos T CrlttendS and Adlal E Stevenson There will be a civic and military parade on the first day and every county in the State will establish headquarters In the new Armory which is the second c largest building of the kind in the United States On Foster day there will be several events In memory of the author of My Old Kentucky Home Including the unveiling of a statue of Foster which will later be cast in bronze and placed in the new Capitol at Frankfort Daniel Boone day will be one of the features of the week during which there will be sewing bees apple parings corn huskings and oldfashioned dances The Commercial Club has offered a handsome medal to the person present on Daniel Boone day who can prove the closest relationship to the great pioneer On Greater Kentucky day there will be barbecues campfires etc and orators will be given the opportunity to tell how t Kentuckians have helped make other States greater by their having lived in them The Kentucky Irish American is- is receipt of several letters of of Inquiry from distant States from former Kentuckians From present indications Home Coming +Weeklf vwill be the largest proposition Kentucky ever tackled and while Louisville will be the host city every one of the 119 counties will be represented on the Reception and Entertainment Committees GOOD SHOWING Made by Division 1 iat Meet ing Held Last Tuesday Night President John M Mulloy presided over the deliberations of Division 1 on Tuesday night The attendance was fair and the enthusiasm displayed by the members was encouraging the officers Thomas ONeill of the Fourth district police station was reported well after his recent spell of illness Patrick Met ban was also reported well but James Cusick of the No1 engine company Is still on the sick list though somewhat improvedThomas D Clines announced that the dramatic club of the Ladies Auxiliary was making satisfactory progress A play has been selected and a number of the characters will be assigned ate meeting of those interested to be held Monday night at the residence of Thomas Keenan Jr on West Market street President Mulloy reported the proceed- Ings of the Hell Committee and upon motion 1500was pledged for the enter prise The Literary Committee outlined an interesting programme for the next meeting to which members of all other divisions are invited Itis the intention to have an address by a well known cler gyman and an evening of vocal and in strumental music with cigars on the side State President Keenan reported the organization of a new division at New port and said there were bright prdspects for another at Maysvile o OPEN MEETING Of the Ladles Auxiliary Will Cause Rally of the Local Hibernians The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will hold an open meeting ou Wednesday night and desire as many of the Hibernians as possible to Ien addition to a vocal and instrumental I musical programme the ladies willI interpolate several novel features The Geraldine the name of the new dra matic club will also be beard from Refreshments will be served and aI general good time Is assured all who attend If 4be members of the four provenr encouragement the auxiliary will be a great help to the order in securing it proposed bath- CARDINAL o PEKRAUD DEAD PerraldArcbblshopt uthed church Hill Franee died last Saturday as the reerlt of sa ckof-I I pneumonia+ 9 RECORD Breaking Campaign of the O Kof A Is Producing ResultseI Supremo President Gntulln Willl Pay a Visit to City Next MonthI Cincinnati jDoRreo Team Will Came Hero to tub Next Initiation CENTRAL COMMITTEES BIG MEETINGII From reports read at the meeting ofI the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America last Friday night it can be readily seen that the grandold order has weathered all storms and now like a staunch ship is riding safely over peaceful waters The record breaking campaign instituted by Supreme PresiI deGaudin has born fruit During January H certificates of membership of the movementissued ritwere as e aten of theseto secure new Knights certlficateswent to Louisville IJcirUenieri The fact that there can be no more thfl twelve assessments each year is another advantage to the order If the member ship continues to increase as rapidly as it did in the past few months the num ber of assessments will be mateially reduced The C K of A is now finan cially stronger than ever before Its Supreme and subordinate officers are true and tried They have learned many things in the school of experience that have taught them certain evils that are to be avoided It is a society for the preservation of the home even after the natural protector has been removed by death It permits the mother to keep her children together and to educate theta to become good Catholic men and women An effort is now being made to add 2000 members before April 1 President Newton G Rogers presided over the meeting Friday night and con gratulated the committee on the fact that every officer was present Harry A Vecnematr was installed as Secretary Vice President Joseph McGinn reported progress ou behalf of the Ritual Commit tee but recommended that for the next Initiation the offer of the Cincinnati degree team be accepted His report met with general approval and it was decided to hold an initiation at an early date when those members who have received certificates shall be initiated according to the new ritual The Cincin nati degree team is well equipped with the necessary paraphernalia so that the work will be made more than ordinarily impressivePresidedt Rogers offered a letter from Supreme President Gaudin who stated that since the record breaking campaign was inaugurated 349 certificates had been issued and nine new branches formed William Meehan President of Branch 25 stated that his branch had a sum of money on hand sufficient to ply the dues for all Its members during the first quar ter of 190G He advocated harder work by the Membership Committee and con gratulated the order on its record break ing campaign Capt Gus Kane spoke in behalf of the Uniform Rank and suggested that advan tage be taken of the approaching visit of I Supreme President Gaudin in order that all the Knights might gather for a great love feast He asked for recruits for the Uniform Rank from the various branches and expressed the hope that the number of uniform Knights would reach 300 ere longICol Mike Reicbert stated that through the Uniform Rank the local membership was being increased and new life was being infused into the order Branch G he stated has more than 200 members and will be entitled to send two delegates to the next State convention Charles J Desse of Branch 25 spoke in a happ- vein and pledged his earnest support tan effort to double the membership President NG Rogers announced that Supreme President Gaudln together with State Presidents Homer of Kentucky and Altenberger of Ohio would visit Louisville during the latter part of March As soon as the exact date Is fixed the Literary Committee will arrange an enter tainment that will not only be creditable e to the society but one that will attract new members to the order and show outsiders what the Catholic Knights of America are doin- gPLEASANT EVENING Spent by Members of Frank forts Knights of Colum bus Club The Knights of Columbus Club of Frankfort was entertained by Capt W A Lutkemeier at his residence in that city on Thursday night of last week- S Nineteen of the twentythree members were present and Messrs John A Gor- man of Lonisvilte Council and James LUlis of Lexington Council were elected to membership in the club The feature of the evening was the address delivered by the Hon Btaaiei I subjectIree was I 0 u TNewmanT ren also made interesting talks During the evening a delightful Dutch lunch was served and was immensely enjoyed by the members of the club Those present were Hon Emmet P Slattery John P Hanley P B and James Lillis James and Frank Heeney John A Gorman C W Collins Jr B W Ebner C Fugazzi John Dolan Nick Klaren John R Sower Edward Freeman F B Newman R J Lynch DrJ AIcNamara and W A Lutkemeier the host of the evening MACKIN COUNCIL Will InltlatcClass and entertain Unity Council Next Tuesday Mackin Council held another largely attended nteetingTuesday night and for the third consecutive week every one of the fifteen officers was at his post Twot new applications were received and four candidates were elected Ben AusdenI more and Frank Steltenpohl were placed on the sick list President Raldy announced that all was in readiness for the initiation which will be held Tuesday night when a class of ten candidates will receive the three degrees On the same evening the mem bers of Unity Council of New Albany will be guests of honor After the initia flan a social session will be held and refreshments served Before adjourning the council sent a letter of condolence to Patrick Bannon Jron the death of his father i 0 0 SCENT DEATHS The funeral 0Mrs Mary Schnitger who died on FridayIsok place from Sts Michaels churcH onNHonday The deceased was Mlas i Mary Grol prior to her marriage Her husband Hettfji Schnitger survives her She was well and favorably known in the East End Mrs Catherine Kilkenny died at the home of her son John J Kilkenny 800 West Oak street Wednesday night She was born iu Iretonzsiaty five years ago Two sons John j and Patrick Kilkenny both section foremen for the Louisville Nashville railroad survive her The to funeral takes place from St Louis Der trends church thiafflorning The funeral of Mrs Bridget OMara who died suddenlvat her home 415 Nineteenth fltreftRFridayviafttrnoon took place from St Patricks church at 2 oclock Sunday afternoon The deceased was well and favorably known in the community in which she lived She was sixty five years old and was the widow of Thomas OMara She is survived by five children the eldest of whom is Thomas OMara who conducts a saloon at Seventeenth and Rowan street Mrs John Klein a respected lady of South Louisville was found dead in bed at her home 109 Slip avenue Monday morning Several months ago she suffered a stroke of paralysis which left her in such a weakened condition that heart failure ensued Her husband and six children survive The children are Mrs Elizabeth Hickey and Miss Katie Klen and Frank Peter Nicholas and John Klein Jr The funeral took place from the Church of the Holy Name on Thursday morning Albert C Steber a young man well known in business and social circles was found dead at the residence of his brotherinlaw Dr A A Meder 1428 Alta avenue Tuesday night Death resulted from an overdose of cephalgine taken for medicinal purposes His fune ral took place from St Cecilias church yesterday morning The deceased was twentyseven years old and was in paftt nership with his father A F Steber In the real estate business Joseph Kast for years one of the best known saloonkeepers in Louisville died at the residence of his son 2007 Floyd street on Wednesday The funeral took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption c yesterday morning The deceased J was fiftyfour years of age and had spent ihis life in Louisville He was always j active in Democratic politics and gave his influence and money freely for the doughy AndrewoKast and Deputy Sheriff Val Kast are his brothers James C Reagan one of the best known residents of the East end died at his home 1101 DeBarr street on Wednesday morning The deceased was born in Ireland sixtythree years ago but came to Louisville when quite a young man For years he had carriedI on the business of contracting teamster He was active in Democratic politicalI reputatjonformanner His wife and three children survive The funeral took lace from St Briglds church yesterday morning After four yeara of patient suffering Miss Rose Frances Wbitty was relieved from earthly tribulations Tuesday morning Her death occurred at the resi dence of her brother on Thirtysecond street between Broadway and Garland venue The deceased was thirty years of age and is survived by two brothers Richard Whltty who is connected with the Big Store and William Whitty the contracting carpenter aud a sister Mrs Nellie Hoey The funeral services wet conducted by the Rev Father John J Fitzgerald at Holy Cross church on Thursday morning Miss Whitty was a moat lovable young wcruan and was gracesPpithy of taaay friends ia their buetty- treat r I KEATING Tho Celebrated IrishAmerican Orator Will Speak Hero On St Patricks Day Local Hibernians Will Gather Neighbors of All Nations That Night The County Board Has Done Splendid Work In Arrang ing the Celebration REAL IRISH MUSIC ON PROGRAMME The Hon John T Keating of Chicago former National President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and at present a member of the National Board of Direct ors will be the orator at the local cele bration of St Patricks day at Macauleys Theater on Sunday night March 18 The committee from the County Board which is headed by National Director Butler secured a definite arrangement with Mr Keating on Wednesday John T Keating is an orator of international reputation His addressee have been delivered in Ireland as well as in Amer ica and the local committee is to be congratulated on securing his services for Patricks day He imbibed lessons of patriotism from his earliest infancy In his youth and since he has attained manhood this patriotism has gained in strength In Irish affairs be is perfectly at home He knows neither county province nor faction It is all alike the blessed land of Innlsfall ASJJational President of the Ancient Order Jr iliberninas he visited many States and adure 3pd many meetings of Irishmen never to his discredit When be took a trip to Ireland se Sialyjars ago he received an ovation He was Ji1 demand everywhere but his time was limited and he was compelled to return America without the pleasure of addressing many communities where his services were in demand Recently Mr Keating has been touring through the Northwest and has created a furore wherever be hasbeen heard TheCounty Board through committee has rendered invaluable service to the Irish people ofI this city by securing this able orator for such an auspicious occasion as a St Patricks day celebration More then that the committee has secured the services of a local IrishAmerican musical artist who will render able assistance in arranging a programme of Irish vocal and Instrumental music that will satisfy the taste of the most fastidious All these matters were arranged at the meeting of the County Board which met last Sunday afternoon when County President Quinn National pirector Butler Peter Cusick of Division 1 William T Meehan of Division 2 and Joseph L Lenihau of Division 4 reported progress tn behalf of the committee But the forthcoming celebration of St Pairicks day will not beexclusively Irish The Irishman never finds a treasure and goes away to gloat over it in secret Nol He calls in his friends and neighbors to rejoice with him He makes them partners iu his joy It was this spirit that actuated the sons and daughters of Erin when St Patrick plucked the shamrock from the soil and by that means explained to them the mystery of the Blessed Trinity Since that time now thirteen centuries gone by wen and women of the Emerald Isle have sought every quarter of the globe in their desire to divide with their neighbors the treasures that they found in the true faith So will it be at this St Patricks day celebration The Hibernians want all Louisville to unite with them In the eception to the Hon John T Keating and in the musical entertainment that will accompany his address At the County Board meeting last Sunday President Thomas Quinn pre sided and the degree team selected from the various divisions was ordered to hold itself in readiness for an initiation to be held on Tuesday March 27 The report from the Building Committee was considered satisfactory During the meeting announcement was made of the death of Patrick Ban non Sr who In his lifetime had been a staunch supporter of the order and also of Mrs Julia Coleman the ven erable mother of D J Coleman a mem beret the board After feeling remarks had been made Messrs William T Mee tan Thomas D Clines and William J Donnelly were appointed a committee to prepare resolutions expressive of the loss sustained and of sympathy for rhea who were bereaved by the deatbs The Kentucky Irish American expectsI to announce in its next issue the complete programme for the St Pat r ricks day celebration FOR CONGRESS State Senator Ben Johnson of Bard town has announced that he will bee a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress from the Fourth district Senator Johnson has been active in politics for twentyfive years and is one of the taost popular men in the State He wa a member of the Kentucky Hooan o jMrvtd ieoolkcm8I1dt01 J term When Grover Cleveland was elected President of the United States IIn 1892 be appointed Mr Johnson Collecto of Internal Revenue for the Fifth district of Kentucky At present he representI Nelson county in the Senate The indications are that he will have no opposi tion 1 INTERESTING Was the MeetlnA of Division 4 A O H Held Wednes day Evening IDivision 4 A O H held an Interest- Ing meeting Wednesday night President John A Murphy occupied the chair and congratulated the members on the large attendance John Martin and Michael Ward wino had been ill were reported able to be out and at work while James Lyons is still confined to his home by an attack of rheumatism William J Connelly on behalf of the Hall Committee reported progress Aus tin Walsh made an address in behalf of the dramatic club of the Ladies Auxil iary and urged the active support of the division President Murphy announced the appointment of the following com mitteesEmploymentJohn H Hennessyjohn Dalton Thomas Lynch Joseph P Mc Ginn and Stephen J McElHott SickLawrence Meaney Maurice J Fitzgibbons and Thomas Callahan LiteraryDavid Reilly Joseph L Len ihan and John J Barry Vice President Lenihan reported what the County Board had done in arranging for the St Patricks day celebration and urged the members to advertise the com ing of the Hon John T Keating among their fellowcitizens An invitation was received and accepted to the meeting of the Ladies Auxiliary next Wednesday night Before adjourning the division placed 400 at the disposal of the Hall Commit tee whenever that body desired to use the same David Reilly and Joseph P Mc Ginn were selected to represent Division 4 on the County Board degree team DIRECTORS For Catholic1 Romans Club Are to Be Elksi id This IIMonth v lrw The annual general meeting of the Catholic Womans Club will be held at the club house Walnut street between Third and Fourth on Monday February 26 This will be the most important meeting of the year since it will be the date for the election of officers Seven members of the board are to be chosen for a term of two years each and the Nominating Committee headed by Miss Katherine Fitzgerald have offered a list of twentyone names The candidates for the board are Mesdames Margaret Cross Thomas B Leahy Charles Sauter Katie S Newman John W Galvin Agnes Montague William H Price John J Maloney M Bosche A H OConnell Atha Aud James E Hannon W J Neehan Charles F Taylor George Hoertz Sr George Ganz George Fet ter and Misses borothy Coonau Agnes Weber Mary Canty and Mary McGinn Six of the former members have been renominated The remaining member Mrs John J Barrett declined reelection owing to the multiplicity of other duties Her daughter Mrs James E Hannon was nominated in her stead The Catholic Womans Club is grow ing in popularity every week Catholic working girls have found the club not only a place to secure nice luncheons and suppers but they have also found congenial social environments They chat as they eat and get their moneys worth whenever they visit the club INSTANT DEATH Was Fate of Peter Murphy a Popular Locomotive Engineer The funeral of Peter Murphy the loco motive engineer who was killed In a col lision on the Louisville Nashville railroad near Latonia on Tuesday took place from the Holy Name church yes terday morning Rev Father JOConner officiating at the solemn obsequies which were largely attended Deceased was fortynine years of age and is survived by a widow and three children for whom there is felt a deep sympathy A L Mahoney another well known engineer sustained a sprained ankle and several severe bruises in the same acct dent but yesterday heJ wasjreported as resting easy and on the gtoadjto speedy recoveryEngineer Murphy was an old and faithful employe of the Louisville thegreater part of his life in Covington lI remained at his post of danger even after be saw that the collision was inevitable and was instantly killed SiWILL VISIT NEW ALBANY In order not to Interfere with the Y UnitsCouncil next Thnrsdoyjevening the Ns Albany Hibernians will not hold a meet Ing that night The nextjregular meet ing of the New Albanydlvtsion writ be held on March 8 National Director Butler William M Higgins and other prominent local + Hibernians will visit Thda e =r tlacr t 1 PARLIAMENT Has Attended to Preliminaries and Is Ready to Begin Work New Premier WH1 Write Speech For King Edward- Opening 4 Laborites Ilavo Astounded British Aristocracy by Their Many Victories IRISH DISSENSIONS MOST BE AVOIDED The House of Commons assembled In London Monday for the election of a Speaker and the remainder of the week was spent in administering the oaths of office and other preliminaries concomi tant to the opening of the British Parlia ment Next Tuesday King Edward will formally open Parliament After that whatTheyre off as the American racing announcer bawls Veal But who will win Will the Irish people receive any measure of home rule Will the Liberal leaders outjockey Redmond What figure will John Burns and his labor colleagues cut in the race that is now on These are questions that are attracting the attention of the whole civilized world America has her own labor union problem to deal with and even our anti Irish Americans are wondering what will be the result of the coalition in England between the Labor Ites and Liberals Englandaristocratic England with its historic belief In the divine right of kings has sent fifty men who labor with their hands into Parlia ment to make laws for the nation This is a revolution in itself The rrlstocracy can not understand how it all happened Fifty years ago John Savage that Irish master of English rhetoric in drawing a comparison between OConnell and Grat tan said OConnell depended upon the power ofVhis mouth and lost Grattan depended upon the mouth of a cannon he won Darin the ra t general election we saw BF lug upon the power of his flout Burns went out and got the votes As a result Balfour Co have been annihilated for the next seven years Six years ago he was reelected at Manchester a city he has represented for twentyone years by a majority of 2600 This year that majority has been swept away and his opponent has been elected bya majority of2000But Laborites are not the only ones who cut a figure in the recentgeneral elections T P OConnor has been returned from the Scotland division of Liverpool by a majority of 1690 or nearly 1200 more majorityljthan he received in 1900 Tay Pay as he is popularly called is the bnly native Irish man who represents an English seatA This he has done for more than twenty years He is also President ofjthe United Irish League in Great Britain The majority of the Irish Nationalists were returned unopposed Col Thomas Galwaydunngby Thomas Higgins but the latter was found dead in bed the morning after the election It is said that the excitement of the contest superinduced beart failure The address of King Edward which will be read in Parliament next Tuesday will be written by the new Premier Sir Henry Campbell Bannerman Upon its tone much depends If he advocates home rule for Ireland well and good If he does not the Irish Parliamentary party will have all its work to do over again The Liberals at present have an Independent majority over all other parties combined but should an attempt be made to relegate home rule to the rear the Government will find breakers aheadWhether in good faith or as a diversion against home rule for Ireland the Scotch have come forward with an appeal for home rule They ask home rule for Scotland and Wales as well as Ireland The Irish Nationalists would certainly not want to oppose home rule for Scotv land and Wales but will the great Liberal majority stand for such an inno vation Who knows issdissensionMore than thirty years ago the Rev Father Tom Burke the great Dominican orator gave voice to thfs aphorism No Englishman who ever saw a crowd of Irishmen together askedjthem to get up a row and was disappointed 1 This Is hard to bearbnt It is unfor proveneare at work trying to get up the inevitable Irish row It is not that they love Ireland less but that they seem tb lovejto be boss more Monsignor ODwyer the Bishop ol Limerick statesJ that tbelIrltb Parliamentary party has forfeited the trust 61 the Irish race Cardinal Logue inter andwagainstTimothytrouble maker for the Irish party both In and out of ParliamentGive the Parlia mentary party a fairjtrlal ret ut ice what the Liberal Go vnrnmeut will Flo judgmentNoboatksnytI F F t 1 1KHTUOKYnu8H RepAN r KENTUCKY IRISH MERlGftNs IVotod te the Moral oud Social AtiYemwmetJt ef nlrl1t Aetertooua KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 8C 1 18asatat the LoftltwUle 6 Postotilce as SecoMiJClaii Matter aterasiiCommaalcatloaetelheKENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326 Weil Qrcen Street tOTJISVIUE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 17 1906 WASHINGTON o Thursday the whole nation will join in celebrating the anni- versarY of the birth of George Washington who has well been Caned the Father of his country To his indomitable spirit his untir ing energy his indefatigable zeal- and matchless generalship are we indebted for the liberties we now enjoy Had Washington been weak kneed we would still be slaves of England When duty called him he put fortune and position in one side of the balance patriotism and c liberty in the other The latte outweighed the former and from r the time that he drew his sword r until the surrender of Cornwall he never faltered Irish and Irish Americans both owe much to George Washingtons memory r Was it not his example tha inspired Grattan Flood Moly neaux and others to raise the Irish Volunteers in 1782 Did his exam pie not serve Theobald Wolf Tone Ireland did not obtain free dom but the lessons of patriotism have not been lost they never wil be lost Millions of Irelands sons and daughters have found liberty civil and religious in the United States This would have beee Henied them had Washington not t lived Let us educate our children to honor his memory as we honor the heroes of ancient Ireland SUICIDE EVIL Concerning those who woul sure earthly ills by hastening deatl Bishop Ludden of Syracuse very properly says to those who would 5use drugs to shorten life in the case of incurables that to wilfull take away human life in its beginning t progress or ending is mur s der aud cries to heaven for ven- geancei The doctrine that human life is to be treated the same as that of pugs puppies and pet cats will hardly prevail outside of fanatical sentimental dictrinaries skeptics Infidels cowardly suicides anl gamblers The time of suffering and sickness unto death is precious and ought not be wantonly abuser or tampered with Sufferings when rightly borne have their precious value and a purifying pro cess that eliminates the dross and 4baser metal and leaves the pure Igold refined Nevertheless the godless system of education that is being pursued in the American public schools I tending toward making the Ameri can people a race of suicides This Is not the view of a pessimist but a fact The Catholic Church alone stands against this evil as it has stood against divorce from the marital vows Education without religion and respect for holy things sno education at all Man was treated to know God tosdrveHim and love Him in this world and to be happy with Him forever in thei next No man who disobeys His laws serves Him Hbw then can he attain the end for which he was created It should be the duty of every Catholic to live so that MsI rSjxampte will shine as a beaconl light for others of separated creedsI or no creeds at all The suicide i like the divorce evil must be dis Icountenanced if the AmericanI re intactPCHINESE SCARE If wr are to believe the dailyr irese reports the United States isI oniuieyerge of war with China theila1M reports say that 38000 American troops are JobeJDo- hiliudatOJWu Manila Wall Hanila will be a my aafe place for troops to Ujr The dlUnce a- a h between China and the Fhiippin is several hundred miles at any rate out of reach of the Chinese guns Think of it Thirtyeigl thousand American soldiers iin ChinaII It will mean martyrdom for every man What sends them there Not patriotism certainly No it is the spirit of greed now dignified by the name of commer cialism More than twenty year ago the United States placed an embargo on the importation of Chinese labor Each year the taws haVe been made stricter so that iit is well nigh impossible for the Mongols to enter the confines of our country at the present time On the other hand we have been sending preachers to China with ai religion or rather with assorte religions that the Chinamen do not want We have been sendin commercial travelers with good that the Chinese refuse to buy as a retaliatory measure for our exclu sion act Does the American Gov ernment propose to shoot religion into these poor people Are we to hold them up and by force of arm compel them to buy goods manu factured by American trusts If we must have war we want the americans to win but for tha 5afc of humanity and justicejfetus have some right on our e SIR PLAY Jnen young society men wan dering about the city engage in a fracas with negroes it is calledia negro outrage and the scions of society seek to enlist the sympathy of the whites against the blacks When fhe white offenders are mechanics or laborers it is styled a drunken brawl This is apropo of the disgraceful occurrence on Walnut street near First between midnight and dawn on Sunda morning If these white society boy were not intoxicated the disgrace is all the worse If they were drunk it is bad enough Let us have fair play It is the duty of Judge McCann and Prosecutini Attorney Hagan to bring out all the facts in the ease LOOK AT BOTH SIDES The man who slights his work and gives his employer less than he agrees is a thief and the labor union which upholds him is ta- school of thievery said Arch bishop Keane of Dubuque in a sermon recently delivered in Clinton Iowa Right you are Most Reverend Archbishop but the employer who gives his men less than living wages causing the destruction df the home and the starvation of his employes their wives and families is a murderer Murder is a sin crying to heaven for vengeance V The attempt of the Ftisioilists to prove conspiracy on the part ofthe Democrats at the ovember etec- Lion Js not availing much The witnesses for the Demotratlcpdrty- are showing that their candidate Were victims of a campaign 6fvil Hfication IIf there was any con splracy the Fusionists were the conspirators The Democratic lead ers in Lousvil1e have been too gold natured Now 1s the time to call a h ttIIf they will turn the tablets and prefer charges of con spiracy against certain Fusionist they can jpfbve theta The I first indictment will cause the rest of the rotten crowd to tfawjiintoii hole and try to pull the hble inTo hide them- Let us hope hati1 Premier CYfiP bdlBaa erto n and Jil Liberal cohort all keep ftithr with rlw f Irish NatiorAHsts The Klng6 address to Parliament next week ought to Indicate what policy the British Government intends to pur sue regarding Ireland If home rule is relegated to the rear lookout for trouble What has become of the Ques tions and Answers column in the Sunday Courier Journal is a question that has been asked frequently during the past few weeks Tha solar plexus blow from the Rev Father Volz it seems put thi editor to sleep It is not customary to pay attention to anonymous communications but if Lector will consul the Catholic Directory he will find why we styled St Valentine bisho and martyr rsrT1I George W Cuscaden is spending the remainder of the month at West Bade Springs Miss Lou Cain of Taylorsville who was the guest of Miss Pearl Arnold has returned home D Hyland Russell and wife leave for Hot Springs Ark on March 1 They will remain away until May Miss Katherine Price of Indianapolis is the charming guest of Miss Lillian Davis 214 St Joseph street Miss Jennie McAtee of Owensboro has returned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs J T Dant in this city Mrs R TT Porter has returned to her home in Greenville Ala after a pleasant visit to her sister Mrs J P OBrien Matt Heffernan of the No 2 engine company is rejoicing over the arrival of a pretty girl baby at his home 143 Seventh street Peter DHarCjOpjUestZane street a- popular clerJrfor the L N will go tc- Hot l2tiljgs Ark next week for rest and recuperation Mrs George Moritz who has been suf ering from an attack of grip at her home 1957 Portland avenue this week is reported improving James Dunabuethe Louisville Nashville Railroad Companys claim department has returned from a bus ness trip to New York Anthony Barrett who has been a student at St Marys College is at his home 838 East Main street suffering from an attack of the grip Mrs Hannah Malia of 1122 Zane street left Monday to spend the remainder of the winter with her daughter Mrs P M Riney at Knoxville John Richter the courteous and capa ble manager of W L Weller Sons Main street store is now able to be out after a two weeks illness of grip Miss Mollie OConnor who was visit- Ing Mrs Claude McFarland at Pleasure Ridge Park has gone to Memphis to spend the remainder of the winter William Chester a prominent mem tier of the St Jpsephs Dramatic Club sustained painful injuries to hIs hand at the L N shops during the past week Miss Bessie Donahue of St Louis who came here to attend theBergmanTivnan wedding will be the guest of Miss Mary Ridge on East Broadway for two weeks Frank Eckert the popular hotel- keeper who was painfully injured in a trert car accident Tuesday is resting as comfortably as could be expected at his home in Beechmont James Kennedy of Jeffersonville who asbeen employed in the LN shops in this city has gone to the Isthmus of Panama where he will be employed as- an expert machinist Mr and Mrs Andrew Schuler and Ian Lena Qhlighsclager have gone to Zew Vortc where they will become members of the Knights of Columbus party in a six weeks trip to Florida and ubaWalter Klarer and bride of New 7lbany have returned from their honeymoon tripand are at home to their riends at 1563 East Oak street 1m that ity Mr Klarer is connected with the inn1 of T Hoffer Co Mr and Mrs Edward Euller Who ere married at St Cecilias church last week pave begun housekeeping in arkvlew The bride was Miss Lydia icott and is the daughter of Mr and Mra George Scott ofRosedale Mrs Mary T Barrett Of 838 East Main street liar returned from Dayton bio where she went to visit her son S arnell Barrett who woe seriously ill- He has improved considerably but will not be able to return h6me fdrsevertU reeksMiss Lillian Davis entertained with uchre and luncheon Wednesday even InJt jn honor of her charrning guest Miss CutlierinePrice 6f Indianapolis The irtzerfVere won by Misses Hattie Hig gins audAutt Lindley end Messrs E H- chEfferiiid Myron Sheridan Mraad Mrs John F Oetken enter hi1p I in bMkeaaf6trtkdayI o r frsseat wfNJrUd Mit Josp i Tt r3Harr + 1 Abble Guy Geneva Meehan Winifred Jacke Julia OJBrien Margaret Dean and ilermiaie Oetkin Messrs John X Kinberger Albert D Gregg Robert N Southard Dennis J Gleeson Will Oetken Frank P Burke Guy Osterrnan and John J Barry One of the prettiest weddings of the season will be that which unites 1Ii51 Ella Gross and William Schneider The ceremony will be performed by the Rev Father Raffo at St Charles Borromeo church at 330 oclock Thursday after noon Miss Anna Kapp will be the mail of honor and the bridesmaids Misse Sarah Welsh Anna Doyle Katie Bloc mer and Anna Landsrath The usher will be Messrs Pierce Gross Irvine P Euenming and Gus and Guthrie Von Allman After the ceremouy the bride party will be tendered a reception at the home of the brides parents 2401 Wes Market street Miss Sarah Bergen and Daniel J Tivnan were united in matrimony at St Patricks church the Very Rev Father Cronin officiating at 4 oclock on Wednesday afternoon Miss Bessie Dona hue of St Louis a niece of the bride was maid of honor Both the bride am her attendant wore elegant costumes of Alice blue A bouquet of while rose was carried by the bride while the mail of honor bore a shower of pink earns tions After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Tivtian gave a reception to their friend at 1403 Hull street wbere they hay begun housekeeping Mr Tivnan Isa popular member of the Louisville polio force His bride is a charming young lady of the East End and has been much admired in social circles Mr and Mrs G W Rogers entertained a party of friends at a domni party at their home 1800 Melwooc avenue on Tuesday evening Those present beside the host and hostess wen I Misses Abbie Chester Elizabeth Gad bury Alice and Hazel Flynn Nellie Finn gan Camille and Bessie Rogers Mar garet Kehoe Effie King Mayme Richie Mamie Cusick Wilhelmina Listen am Martin Cusick Jr Grattan JohtHim Patrick Sheehan Albert Mussulman Joseph and John Nicr11es Thomas Hooper Edward Linjkey Will Chester George and Lej Rogers Messrs and Mesdames es Parley John J Rachel and M M Sheehan During the even tag piano solos were rendered by Misses Abbie Chester Elizabeth Gadbury Camille Rogers and Hazel Flynn SILVER WEDDING Or Mr and Mrs dos B Sayre Celebrated Religiously and Socially Mr and Mrs Joseph E Sayre cele brated the twentyfifth anniversary of their wedding on Thursday With their children and friends they assisted at higl mass at St Anthonys church at 831 oclock After the mass they renewed the nuptial vows made twentyfive years ago Subsequent to the religious cele bration the happy couple held an all day reception at their home 2405 West Main street From morning till late at night friends and acquaintances called to extend their congratulations and to wish them many happy returns of the day Among the callers were the following particular friends of Mr Sayre who are like himself trustees of St Anthonys church and who presented the jubilar ians with a solid silver salad set Mesir Ben B Scbieman John J Schulten John Heer Henry E Utters Frank Sean Henry Evers Philip AckeVmann Joseph Sibler Frank H Harpring Hermann Wessels and John H Wilms Mr Sayre was also the recipient of a gold and silver mounted cane the gift- Of Mr Ben B Scbieman It is exactly fifty inches long representing the twentyfive years of marital life already past and indicative the wish of twenty five more to conic Among the many callers at Mr Sayres residence were several local and visiting clergymen CRONAN MADE SALE Charles J Cronan the real estate agent whose office is at room 313 Louisville Trust building negotiated the sale of the Pearlstreet property upon which the School Board will erect a school lor colored children Mr Cronani Is a hustler and his business is constantly increasing FATHER OSULLIYAN IMPROVES 0The Rev Father Daniel OSullivan who has been ill at St Josephs Infirmary duriug the past three weeks Iis much improved His parishonera are hoping that he will soon be able to resume his duties BISHOP SPALDINQ REMOVES The Right Rev Bishop John Lancaster ipalding who is slowly but surely recov ring from a stroke of paralysis found the climate of St Augustine Fla too Warm He has removed to Hot Springs Ark where he will spend the remainder of the winter TO CLEAN STATUES Plaster statues can be cleaned by cov rfngthem with ordinary cooked starch llowingit to remain on them for a day Peel the starch off and the Statues will efciUndquite clean 5t they are badly s lleda second application will bp ceded LITTLE WOMANS DrY This is undoubtedly tht day df thelic tIe woman There is a dash and a go bout herimpossible to women of larger rowth In many instances site is M ilmble in mind as she is agile In body H thought flashes from one subject to another as her restless body dashes from hb place tot latShe combines the utckneM and alertness of the bird with the easy play fulness of the kltten Atcttupfnll o tilt to Mch bucket df pater will prevtet dye luiaiag orfiding f pr eoier d g- LI St Patricks Day1 Entertainment AT MACAULEYS THEATER SUNDAY EVENING MARCH 18 Under Auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Jefferson County HON JOHN T KEATINGOf Chicago will be the orator of the evening and a highclass vocal and instrumental programme will be given GENERAL ADMISSION 25 CENTS RESERVED SEATS 50 CENTS WHY PAY IIIRf NT1 OPEN SATURDAY NIGHT 10 OCLOCK jJt Htt t t 4 + N t t t t tJf GET TO LEVYSQUICK QUICKIF IFYOU WANT A 750 10 OR 1250 SUIT FOR 350AND CAN WEAR SIZE 32 33 34 OR 35 ONLY 250- SUITS AND SALE STARTS TODAY- AMU3EMENTS Madame Sarah Bernhardt universally recognized as the worlds greatest emo tional actress will appear in Cajnllle at Hopkins Theater on AJonday after noon At night she will give U Sorciere Tomorrow and the rest of the week an excellent vaudeville bil will be given with the Pekin Zouaves topliners Other features will be ii keeping with the high class entertain ment afforded by the Hopkins manage went The Land of Nod new musical comedy will be t1e attraction at Macauleys Theater during the first half of next week It comes to Louisville after run of five months at the Chicago Operahouse John Drew in DeLancey will be the attraction the latter nights of the week Breaking Into Society a new and tuneful musical comedy which features the vaudeville team known as the Four Mortons will be the attraction at the Masonic Theater next week New and catchy songs will delight patrons of the theater James H Curtins massive show The Broadway Gaity Girls will hold the boards at the Buckingham Theater next week Besides the excellent vaudeville olio two big burlesques will be given A special features will be the appearance of Cunning the jailbreaker The Princess Rink continues popular with roller skaters notwithstanding ibe fact that several other rinks have been opened Many social parties are engsg ing the rink for private skating after the regular hours 4The rink at Phoenix Hill Park opened under auspicious circumstances last Sat nrday Large crowds of skaters attended both the afternoon and evening sessions In addition to the extra large floor space special part of the rink has been reserved for fancy skating BOX PARTV AND DANCe The Mrs W B Curley division of the Ladles Auxiliary to the Brotherhood of Locomotive JBngineers will give social dMc lad box party at Octradtrs iHftll tweatyJghth sad Chestnut streetsoa S tiHdtwBiBitorHiTy A4 Tcaii r t a Q rentWe1 each QllOOO you can pay us TKO per month together with 6 per cent simple interest THE LABORING MANS OPPORTUNITY TO OWN A HOME AND PAY FOR SAME OUT OF HIS MONTHLY EARNINGS Call on our rapses wn- wW your city or address J W AlJBYDistrict ManagelfGfthe Standard Trust Co Corner Fifth and Main SjrettsTtJooins 603604 Keller Bulldlnr Louisville Kentucky Telephones Climb Mnln 496a Home 3439 Birmlnghamibntgomery Ala Richmond Va Sumter S Meridian Miss and Little Rock Ark OFI5tC1f UNTIL tt + ++ + t J t tH- u t m a a a a C FORGOODNESS SAKE II- II When You Think of Bread Its OTHERS BREAD I That Conies First Into Mind Because I It Is the Best 44 S S S SxS Sx I I 1 I 1 HH HI 1 1 HIJooI IJIHIrJelooIIl i I H I I 1 HofoH I I I I 11 I 1 1 THE NORTON COFFEE GO f IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OF HIGH GRADE COFFEES IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS I IOffice Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main t11 I 1 I I 1 Jul 111 I J H I 1 I JHH I 1 I I I 1 I I I I 111 1 I I I JulIoI 1 1 I 1Jo I IH Both Phones1 3399 DR Jo Te CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 10071009 W BROADWAY It t t t t t ++ t t t FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES AL KOliD- r f 345 West Green Street llLIQUORS CIGARS K a tULEVSMonday Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings and Wednesday Matinee THE LAD OF NOD Friday and Saturday Evenings and Saturday Matinee John Drew in De Lancey HOPKINSHIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY Opining Week nlggSunday Fib 18 Lightning Drill Corps of 1hs World 17Pekin Zouaves17I- n sensational marches and evolutions Wilson Trio presenting A Padded Cellj Dixon Anger The faros and ills Friend Musical Kleist in a clever specialty Dicltlynch Illustrated burlesque ballads Vernon the yen trlloqual wonder John Zimmer noely Juggler The Klnodrome The Bicycle Robbers and other new pictures BUCKINGHAM MATINEE DAILY WEES COMHP CINJ SUNDAY PEB18 lames H Curtlns Massive Big Show The BroadwayGaiety Girls Extra engagement of Cunning the jail breaker Sensational and mystifying act a of admission will be only twentySve Gents FORTY HOURS DEVOTION Forty hours devotion will begin at St mtbonys church at Twentythird and Market streets at the late mass toaior row The final services will be held at 8 Vcteck Tuesday The a1t rsandII anctaflry will be decorated feMl11 feeI belcesIJ New Phoenix Hill f SKATING RINK OPENS SATURDAY FEBRUARY lo Two Sessions Daily Largest floor space in city Perfect order No intoxicants sold on premises PRINCESS SATING RINK Only ground floor risk la city Old Armory Seventh near ChesfuutrAfternoon S le 5 Nights 730 to 1030 Saturdays extra 10 a m AFTERNOON 10 CTS NIGHTS ttB CTS SKATING 15 CTS T01OUgS SUNDAYS 9T012 r 1I DONT YOU Good Dental work WANTJthe least money Our Dentistry Will We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteedxOR H J COUCHMAN Dentist Ml FOURTllAVENUNoppJn C Lewis Co DURABLE DOORMAT Use rope which hs4 been slightly 1 sewontbeIstrong cord then con 1 J again and sew largesoar I 1- l v r z 41 6 0 t Pi e xilillIIII INSURE YOUR LIFE NOW IN THE Catholic Knights of Americ This ii the safest and cheapest Insurance society in the United States and has a special reserve fund of nearly 800000 Every Catholic man should protect his wife and children by carrying policy in this old and established life insurance organization An examination of Its rates will convince you of its superiority over all others Remember that life iis uncertain and delays dangerous I sure now while you can and protect your loved ones There are many branches in Louisville and applications or any de sired information will be furnished by officers and members or by the CENTRAL COMMITTEE NEWTON G ROGERS President JOHN J SCORE Secretary I I t Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCar- riages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice STREETeTELEPHONE 810 t t t t I It HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J JU BARRETT DIRECTORVAND EMBALMER 838 EKST tIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT 11+1 + IIll 1 111 HIIH 1 t 1 H 1 HllIl THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 Alt calls promptly attended to day or night Car riages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST 01 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 11+HHHH1HHIIIIKl 1 1 1 1 1111 111 1 11 1 H TTIT J E 14H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB DIRECTORS I AND EMBALMERS 11Curlaeu Furnished Notice on 1 1 1 I 1 1 1111+1 LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS 544 Fourth Avenue Painless Extraction Examination Free Lady in attendance Established 12 years Honest prices good work and a reliable place All work guaranteed ten 8oclockLOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS 544 4th Ave In Avenue Theatre Building i4 HEERMAM BEOS IMPORTERS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal en in Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially 4PEARL OF BONDITelephone 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALSr SALOONVAL LESTERr Qttiwiel I tigiidg roil Ir s 4411 w OBJr N lrf- 1 9fiJ- 11 I t DANIEL J DOUGHERTY Funeral Director and Embalmer Both Phones 2998 Carriages Furnished All Occasions All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 W Market St Bet 12th and 13th I I t t I It I I I T T T T T TRACY FUNERAL J r Y NELSON I r I 1531 W MARKET STREET IIII I CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W liflirtan SI Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Latest winter styles are now on sale Our prices are within 1 each ot all IR M sANDRIOT 88018N llfRR8tM t n111012M M4M7 WEST OttCK ST Q I 1 I if GIVE US YOUR ORDER Kentucky American OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes A division has been organized at Chnrchville N Y It starts out with twentythree members Division 6 of Minneapolis entertained with vocal and instrumental selections a recent meeting The evening closed with an oyster supper The Ladles Auxiliary to Division 1 of Minneapolic gave a dance for the benefit of a member whose house and contents were destroyed by fire A nice sum was realizedDivision 10 at McKeesport Pa will not have its usual St Patricks day parade Instead the members will assem ble to see the ground broken for a 30 000 hall Division 4 of Syracuse will produce A Patriots Sacrifice at St Vincents Hall in that city on Monday February 26 The Jplay is founded upon historical incidents of the American revolution and was written by the Rev Father William F Dougherty pastor of St Vincent de Pauls church that city The Hon Timothy L Woodruff for mer Lieutenant Governor of New York will deliver anaddress before the mem bers of the order in Syracuse next Thurs day Washingtons birthday He will be introduced by National President James E Dolan It will be an Irish American evening and every Irish society in the county has been invited to attend As a result of membership contests between rival divisions of the order in St Paul and Minneapolis honors are ever Division 1 of St Paul defeated Division 1 of Minneapolis but Division 4 of the lat ter city defeated Division 0 of St Paul in a similar contest The winners and losers sat downto an oyster sapper on Thursday night The losers paid for the feast KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS1 I e- Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The Knights of Columbus end the Catholic Church was the theme of a lecture delivered before the Knights atI Jacksonville Fla recently by the Rev Father Maber A new council was instituted in St Louis on Sunday A class of sixtyfive received the three degrees De Smet Council conferred the first and second while a plckedjteam conferred the third degree J The council at Dunkirk N Y gave a reception supper and entertainment in honor of the ladled who had helped to make their banquet a success St Joseph Council of St Joseph Mo presented the Rev Father T C Abearn with a handsome leather chair on the occasion of his retirement from the Cathedral parish Oswego Council brought the Irish ladies choir to their city for the benefit j of St Francis Home After all expenses I Were paid the concert netted the Sisters J400 and they have sent a letter of appre elation to the Knights I TO CLEAN GOLD Old fashioned gold chains end lockets are now very much worn and it maybe that the chain which your grandmother will give you needs cleaning If so boil it in a good lather of soap and water then lay it in powdered magnesia or shake it in dry clean bran which has been heated before a fire Brush with a toothbrush and it will be as bright as new Any pieces of gold jewelry which are not set with gems may be cleaned toil way i lHHtttI+ + tt t t t t t t t t tt + + + t + t t t Mrs Phil MMttl Ms Departed This Life February in 1904 Beloved by all who knew her She led Christian life A fond and loving mother A true devoted wife Two years ago we parted Her spirit passed away la life we always loved her And mourn herbloss today HUSBAND AND CHILDREN Four Telephones twalva Wagons end Hprans ttlsl DeljversIC tWORK Printing FAIR PRICES Irish BUSINESS I Mooting of the Board of Grandl Directors of the Young MODS Institute The Next Grand Council WillI Convene at the State Capital Coalition of the Order With Catholic Young Mens Union NEW CONSTITUTION TO BE ISSUED The Board of Grand Directors of the KentpckyjurisdictionYt Mackin club house last Sunday after noon Chairman Prank G Adams pre sided and every member of the board was in attendance Dr Joseph Reardon Grand President came down from New port to attend the meeting Grand Vice Presidents Albert F Martin of this city and John Sower of Frankfort and Grand Secretary Dawson also met with the board The repots of officers showed the largest increase in membership and finances since the order was instituted in Kentucky There are also bright pros pects for several new councils Supreme Trustee John J Barry of New Haven announced that be and Supreme President William Fogarty ofI Indianapolis would soon have a conference with a committee from the Catho lic Young Mens Union of the Eastern States relative to the amalgamation of the two societies This will give Catholic young men of the United States a grand society extending from the Atlantic to the Pacific oceans The constitutions the two orders differ very slightly since both are Catholic patriotic and benevo lent When the amalgamation is consummated it will give American Catbo lies one of the grandest orders in the worldIThe Directors present discussed the constitution and decided upon a revision so that the various councils in the Ken- tuckyt jurisdiction will be uniform NoI vital or radical changes in the constitution are contemplatedIFred W Arnold representing Sarto Council urged that the next Grand Council be held in Owensboro John JII Bury tendered the claims of St Cathe rines Council New Haven while ViceII 1 President Sower told what Lambert I Young Council would do if the GrBndII Council went to Frankfort Dennis J Ij McNutfaara1 also spoke for Frankfort I The board finally settled upon the State capital as the site of the next Grand Council The session adjourned to metlII at the call of Chairman Adams After the board meeting the members were informally entertained by the meui hers of Mackin Council President Charles S Raidand Past President James Shelley made stresses1 of welcome The members of the board made manifest their appreciation of tbelrJJ reception by Mackin and expressed a wish that they might come oftener During the session of the board quite a lot of routine business was transacted which was of no interest save to memoI bers of the orderP- LANNING BIO INITIATION Louisville Council Knights of Colum I bus will have an initiation soon after I Easter and from present indications a class of at least twentyfive will receive the degrees Visiting Knights will come jIj Paducah and other cities to assist at the ceremoniesII SOUTHERN PRIEST DEAD I The Rev Father James A Meurer the dean of Northern Alabama and one of j the oldest priests In that State died at J Birmingham on Monday He was sixty j four years of age and had been a priest j forty years During his long service be had erected a number of houses of wore I ship His death is regretted throughout the South V K I A1f you wish to have q safe legally protected lift insurance apply for A Benefit Certificate with the Catholic KlIlght of America Write to ei4ktitPenxGc1ld New rIItrei stIeile1I 0 rJ- I I IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Thomas Edmondson has been elected Chairman of the Ratbmines Urban Coun cil H Shane Bingham of Annagh House Belmullet has been sworn in ad Justice of the Peace for the County Mayo The Rev J P Dowling O P of the Dominican Priory at Cork has just been appointed Prior of the Dominican order in Athy Death in a few minutes resulted to Peter Harrison a well to do farmer of Ballina after being violently thrown from his horse Bailiffs made an unsuccessful attempt to execute a rent decree against John Fitzgerald on the Hussey estate at Duagh near Abbeyfeale The Delvin Board of Guardians have decided to accept for supplies only articles bearing an Irish trade mark or such as are made in Ireland Taking the name in religion of Sister j placeinj of Miss Mand Kinsella of Wezford Fourteen members of the Castlerea jDistrict Council were summoned at the suit of Myles Coleman for obtaining seed potatoes contrary to the statute but when called the cases were adjourned The Ballindereen prisoners who were sentenced some time ago for an alleged attack on a process server near Loughrea when released from Galway jail were accompanied through the main streets of the town by the Forsterstreet fife and drum band A deputation from the Cork United Trades Association waited on William OBrien andAugustine Roche who gave satisfactory assurances regarding their views on various matters affecting the iinterests of trade unionists and the work fug classes generally Owing to the failure of the machinery to act at the proper time Thomas Keely driver of the train from Belfast to Porta down was struck on the head with the automatic staff at Frew railway station and so painfully injured that he was removed to the hospital The arrival of his Lordship the Bishop of Cloguer at Monaghan after a long absence through illness wasmarked by great public rejoicings Aldressea were CountyCouncilj to which bis Lordship replied A largely attended meeting of representatives of the tenantry on the Ventry estate County Kerry was held at the Court House at Tralee Resolutions were adopted calling upon the landlord to allow the tenants to purchase their hold lugs through the medium of the Con grsted District Board Patrick Currigan of LUduff in the parish of Gortnaboe died recently at the advanced age of 110 years lIe was two or three years old in the Croppy years and remembered further back than the building of the present chapel of Gortna hoe over a hundred years ago He beard masa in the old chapel of Crane nowtbe national schoolhouse for over thirty years in the new chapel for seventy and crossed the BilHnascarry ford for more than a century He saw twentysix leap yearsA melancholy accident occurred on the railway immediately outside Mallow station by which the Rev John Morris sey met his death Deceased and Father M Madden who was going on a sick call proceeded by the railway line As the Cork train was coming toward them the two clergymen turnedto look at it Father Morrissey standing on the outside sleeper Father Madden by his side They did not notice the incoming train from Cork which came behind them and Father Madden suddenly saw his com panion snatched from his side and thrown forward some yards It is believed the noise of the outgoing train prevented them from hearing the incoming train and that struck with the side of the buf fer Father Morrissey was first pitched forward and then again struck by the guard of the engine or the bead Death was instantaneous Father Madden wes stunned for the moment and then ran to the aid of his reverend companion only to realize that he was dead Deceased was about fortyfive years of age andwas a very zealous priest and great temperance advocate fte passed through a distinguished boars in Msynooth and WManearnestifatjOBaHst Milk thrown on burnisgkeroeeeeor- geeolire brill smothertb JUrtt l quiekEy I u I FRflNK FEHR INCORPORATED BREWING 60 Brewers and BottlersnovsvmxE Y =DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN Sc ACKERMAN BRE ING CO1 ANYXNCORPORA ED TELEPHONE 4ts2 LOUr VULI ICY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged rELEPHON 10S o Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts Cumb Phone Main 1913 I3rxEWIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent SaTO Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR DIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F ORRTEXLBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN a FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 STREET I Telephone 2092 4 barley I CLAY C SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE Hams Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Fifth and Oreen Streets TELEPHONE 2241 Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET The Busy Mans Line BETWEEN LOUISVILLEEVANSVILLE EVANSVILLEST and SOUTHWESTIS LOUISVILLE HENDERSON ST LOUIS RY HENDERSON ROUTE PullmanS eepers Fru Reclining Chair Cars Special roundtrip homeR kcn rates to south west and west first and third Tuesdays February and Marth 1908 Special tourist rates to Col orado Texas Mexico and New Mexico ou sale dally until April SO limit to return May 31 1009 Secondclass colonist rates to southwest Tickets on sale first and third Tuesdays of February and Anarchy 1908 Secondclans Colonist Rates to California and Northwest Tickets on sale dally F b111 to us for rates J IIOAI LAGHHR Traveling Taw Agent 1 J IRWIN General pass Agent Never use water If wilic U not URnueelftrMHoc 8M1dtdNtwt r tom LOUISVILLE KY MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIOHT 504 W Jefferson Street OTTO E YENT Proprietsr Home Pbone 4715 Cu bis3- i J W60NNORBUIL- DER i AND CONTRACTOR DEALER tif LUMBER SASH DOORS BLINDS LATHS SHINGLES AND ALL KINDS 0FLUMiEM 21252127 TwentysixthSbH rrostEr vnoxlD sates WE MANUFACTUR LOUISVILLE WOOD FIBER PLASTER 100 POUNDS KlOtucky Wall Pl asfrCe Isorperstedtt Ireeksa44tiyerjeMvlik Cy TECIEPHQN2287 Akooperstfn theh oosier Wall Nraer j fed 1 IpltOM rI U I iiT 1 e- f tYI 1 A1IIERXONA 3 iv t z t + r sT o a Only About 10 Days V More OF OUR f SWEEPINO = OUT SALE All fall and winter stocks at both stores now one sale Prices cut to the lowest notch See window I displays for some of the bargains others displayed on tables inside Hurry now for last chance at the greatest shoe bargains that ever are offered in Louisville and which are offered only twice a year in our historic Sweepingout Sales ErBOSTONI SHOE CO 553 FOURTH AVE 534 FOURTH AVE 1 iMVa THE HOUSE TH AT BUILT t MENS Everything COLADIES in Shirts to J Outfits Our IIN SID PLATT Fourth Main I j JOHN II COLEMAN President DICK secre- taryThe 6- ffatySQSrtQQQ a Farrandl =CeciIian Piano THE PIANO EVERY ONE CAN PLAY We shall be very glad to give you any information in regard to it if you will call or write us The FarrandCecilfan is built with the famous patent Separable Feature By loosening a few bolts the entire front of tine irfano including the keydesk can be and the piano thus separated Into wo parts l PRICE fl 65000 Payments if desired Music ten cents a roll i MONTENEGRO= RIEHM MUSIC CO O1BSO3O FOURJII AVENUE i I + + 14tIt + 4 + 1ttt4h4thh4 + hh4 + 4ht + 4f14 i REMEMBERTHAT f FURNITURLIOF I t MFMAYERt419 W MARKET STREET 0fNO PRESENT LIKE GOOD JEWELRY We Jewelry and other presents for the whole family at 50 per cent less other jewelers can possibly sell for SEE US FIRST J RJW 9 MARKET SI astS The Gilds fl Rogers BOOK Go 1 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE W Give us a call and Inspect our line of goods They are the IK I finest of their kind in the city W BOOKS OF EVERYAND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES I 34 AST Jetierson Street f f LLLLLLL I r leers STORE STORE and STIANIEY Parraud simplv removed 1t4t Have than ters Do You Like To Dink dT Coffee Try tome thats PRKSHIY ROASTED with none 1or the strength and flavor lost br evaporation promptly Phone your order and tile goods will be delivered pmr7 Ibs Good Coffee 6 lbs My Special bibs Bogota 4 Ibs Honduras 3 Ibs Mocha and Java llack Green or Mixed Tea 45c per lb Rebate worth + 1 6c In trade free with every worth t MULLOYCOFFEE 1 11Tickets dollars oaMeyy 81 W MARKET rgT12EETtHi I I I tot 11 t I I It 1 I II 11 1 1 1 HHH 1 I II 1 1 1 Jot 1 1 1 1 f Abe BraBie2 NDOROOATEDu Gilbert Companyl RtpmcHtatlpe of ttt t TiaiwHOHfl type- Writer for KwtKcky typwiur Swift RiMtnf tit fir all 1nK ItS tyew 1 i tI l Blank BooK aId Paper fo- xfiusfacikurs Cotttbffb an reett trl1o tle ir n ic n 00 =OOOO == COATS AND FURS- REDUCED I To make a decisive clearance of Womens and Childrens Coats and Furs em I phatic price reductions prevail The styles are the latest conceived for seasonable use The materials are those that have been given preference through entire season I i COATS u j Misses 1998 Coats 1498 o Misses 598 Coats 398 Misses 998 Coats 498 Womens 1400 Coats 998 Childs 798 Coats 498 Childs 1000 Coats 698 Childs 1298 Coats 998 8 Anyone in want of a Goat or Fur should not chance its one that iso seldom happens Mail orders will be filled until our lots are sold out I ii0BACON SON I MARKET STREET BET THIRD FOURTH O eee ei o BAKERRAMSER Popular Young People United For Life at St Church Miss Edith Baker and Anthony P Ramser were united in the holy bonds ofr matrimony at St Charles church at 4 oclock Thursday afternoqn the Rev Charles P Raffo officiating MissI Estelle Baker a sister of the bride wasI maid of honor and Ben M Hutti wasI the best man The ushers vjere Messrs Louis J Ackley William J Italy Joseph C Michael and Louis J Ramser An elaborate musical programme had been arranged by Miss Maggie Gorman the organist and Douimic Gerard th harperAfter the ceremony a reception was given to the bridal party and the immediate relatives of the contracting parties at the home of the brides mother Mrs Caroline Baker 2722 West Chestnut street On the same evening the bride and groom left on an extended tour of the South returning via New Orleans for Mirdi Gras festivities On their arrival in Louisville March 10 Mr and Mrs Ramser will begin housekeeping at 1003i West Chestnut street The bride is one of the most charming young ladies iin West End Catholic circles end the groom is bookkeeper at the Bank of Commerce FLOWER GARDENS Will Make Louisville a Para dise If Idea Is Carried Out The Publicity and Promotion Commit tee of the Louisville Commercial Clu has branched out in a new way to mak Louisville popular The idea Is to pro mote the cause of landscape gardening by enlisting teachers and pupils of the Louisville public and private schools in the work At a meeting of the committee held last Tuesday Chairman Fred Levy reported that he had recently visited the plant of the National Cash Register Company at Dayton Ohio had seen the character of the work done there and advised that Louisville people through the instrumentality of the Commercial Club take up the same character of work Mr Levy proposes that flower seeds be secured from the United States Govern ment if possible and furnished the school children Lecturers with stereopticon views will be brought from Dayton to instruct teachers and principals in the art of horticulture It is hoped that spring and summer will see this city a veritable of flowers No better Idea could be suggested It will not only make Louisville more beautiful but the work will be a health ful relaxation for both pupils and teachers It will bring all to a closer communion with the wonderful works of God It is hoped to begin the work of distributing and planting the seeds in March PAINFUL INJURIES Harry the popular tlerk for Henry Hunold at Sixth and Walnut streets was painfully injured in an acct dent in New Albany last Sunday after noon He had been visiting friends in that city and attempted to board the Interprban car at Vincennes and Spring streets The car started prematurely and Mr Miller was dragged for some distance He sustained a painfully bruised knee and a badly lacerated hip He was removed to his home in this city and may not be able to resume his duties for several weeks HONOR FOR TOM KEENAN Supreme President Denais Kelley of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of America has appointed Thomas Keenan Sr of this city a member of the Com mittee on Laws The committee will meet in Detroit a few days prior to the national convention which will open there on May 12- LACHAT AND KREMER Louis Lachat and Charles Kremer haveformed a partnership arid faavcpar chased the cafe at 242 Fifta street BOthI Juye beta popwtar stteda it local J i j I FUR4 98 Skunk Pur Scarfs 298 698 Squirrel Scarfs 598 1298 Squirrel Scarfs 998 1298 Sable Fox Scarfs 698 1298 Sable Fox Scarfs 998 1498 Sable Fox Scarfs 3000 Sable Fox Scarfs 9981 neglect this AND ee Charles paradise Miller I SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IiD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tue- day Evenings of Each Month President John M Mulloy ClinesrKec nan Jr- Financial SecretaryPeter J Cusic 1011 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh SergeautatArmsEdward Craddick DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Ftda Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice President William T Meehan KeiraneRecording Secretary Joseph T Lynch Financial Secretary John T Keaney DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole man i DoughITreasurer Gprjje J Butler SergeantutArmsThomas Noon Sentinel Martin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth WednesI day Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Lenihan Recording SecretaryFrank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFBRSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesda HallbKenneyeVlcePresldentMlchael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ D Mnrphy Jr KinneySerDoorkeeperEugene Constantine Dearer Carrier Timothy Kinney MarshalJohn A Kennedy Y JJ I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raldy First Vice PresidentLouis J Second Vice PresidentD Oliver Pat tonRecording SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding Secretary Frank Lana ban Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber MarshalJames L Mullarkey Inside SentinelCharles Oswald Outside Sentinel Louis Kibsella dive your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by theXaveriao Brothers Classical Scientific and business Courses Preparatory De partmentLargeSwimmingPoolWellEquippeGymnasium KATIE AGNES SMITH f i Independent of all Undertakers I LADY EMBALMER J Washing and dressing ladies and chilE dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls J anowered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 2406 Payne Stt HENRYA1JIft J PPOLSU i DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED l Phone 2635 528 Fifth Street cafes and have now embarked la buss ness in their own behalf Mr Iachat was for several years at the Bluegrass Exchange sad Kremer was with Dolph onetorera to rest ate refresh after aa eveiingfi Brtme o tI tt- i W CELEBRATIONS Of Wash InMons Birthday Arc Booked by Catholics Societies Catholics of the Falls Cities have not failed in arranging to celebrate George fallskon next Thursday These celebrations serve several purposes to inculcate les sociallyInclinedevening and to enable the charitably- y inclined to aid in the promulgation of goodworks On Thursday afternoon and night the congregation of the Sacred Heart church at Seventeenth and Broadway will hold their annual reunion and candy pulling The afternoon will be reserved for the children though sufficient ladies will be present to wait on the little ones In the evening the parents and young ladies and gentlemen will be taken care of There will be an ample supply of candy allThe Gymnasium Committee and Social Club of Mackin Council will give a mammoth euchre at Mackin club house on Thursday afternoon and evening Elegant prizes have been secured and will be awarded to the successful players The proceeds will be used to pay for the repainting and embellishing of the danc ing hall The members of Trinitys minstrel club will give a performance for the benefit of the Holy Name church in the school hall at Fourth and 0 streets on programmeIsTrinity Council will give a dance on birthdayYPresident Albert F Martin and wife will chaperone the affair The members of Unity Council Y M I New Albany will give a euchre atSt Josephs hall in that city during Thurs day afternoon and night The ladies of congregationsa success GENEROUS GIFT To Catholic Nun by Citizens of Floridas State Capitalr Even our separated brethren recognize the value ofs good womans prayers though she may be of a different creed This was evidenced recently when Geo M Nolan the Mayor of Jacksonville Fla end a Methodist on behalf of the leading citizens of his town presented Sister Mary Ann Superioress of the Sisters of St Joseph with a horse and phaeton Mayor Nolan did not trust himself to make a preseutatign speech but after assisting Sister Mary Ann into the phaeton handed her a note of which the following is a copy Sister Mary Ann Your name is a householdword in Jacksonville Every one who knows you loves you and those who know you best love you best I present wherewith a horse and phaeton with harness I know that the accumu lated weight of years presses heavily upon you and I wish to lessen for you the care and weariness of walking I do humbly trust that this gift from the citizens of acksonville may prove a blessing and for the humble part that I have taken in matter let me ask that sometimes you may whisper my name in your prayers for I am sure that purer Invocations never gathered around the bright throne of grace Yours very truly GBORGR M NorM Mayor TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council held its regular meet- Ing Monday night and only one of the fifteen officers was absent The attendance was unusually large and President Albert Martin was in great good humor Patrick Kinney Will Gut andS Parnell Barrett were reported on the sick list The Ways and Means Committe reported satisfactory progress being made In prey parlngjfor future entertainments Quite tranNctedIJna td- a It UH ttttt t 0RJE AifT 3ALE Oq IRON1 BF3D- 5GREENS AV Being the Largest Handlers off Iron Beds in Louisville We show the best variety and most handsome designs at the low est prices ranging From 250 to 25IJAMES GREENE M I 425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET + + t A4AArTT T T f rIiIIf 3m BE SURE TO CALL FOR m ItI t t H eEt WHISKY t ellIIII KyIe = s r= V ttHlHH1I H+II +++ HII+I +HH 1luH lHHHHt STRAIGHT CREEK COAL I Pleases the Hard to Please SCANLON = JONES COAL CO Incorporated Yards Magnolia1st N R R BOTII PHONES lJO a11I 1 1 1 1 H t 1ItHtII4I I 1 Ir- IFOGhOW THCROVDAnd you givingYOUR UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated I HAND WORK A SPECIALTY 5 GOODS CALLED FOR AND BOTH PHONES I884D3732 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