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Digital page images are linked to the text file. 0- n i I t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN I j I OLUME XVINO 8 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS T HUMILITY Symbolized When Catholics AreI Signed With Ashes On Wednesday J psalmists and Prophets of theI Old Law and Their Customs FromhistoryEarly Ages In Catholic Church M DUST IS MANS LAST END r Wednesday will be Ash Wednesday the beginningerf theboly season of Lent It is so railed because on that day the faithful assemble t their respective churches to reedvefhe sign off the cross made with ashes npon their forebeads by the officiating priest As he signs each one the priest recites In Latin Remem ber man that thou art dust and unto dust thou shall return The use of ashes as a sign of humilia tion dates back to the earliest history of declared that heDavidthe human race ate ashes the Nlnevltes Jonas and others spoke of ashes used by penitents and Judith put ashes on her bead when she prayed for strength to overcome Holofernies The Prophet Jeremias bade the leaders of the people to sprinkle themselves with ashes All these were practices under the old law but the cus and distributing the tom of blessing ashes comes down likewise from the earliest ages of the Catholic church In the olden times of Christendom Ash Wednesday was called the beginning of the fast though the real fast did not begin until the Monday after the first Sunday in Lent This lasted until the close of the sixth century This left only thlrtyslx daysin Lent and some of the fathers of the churchheld that the q Christians were following the custom of 11theJews in giving a tithe of the year to God It was pointed out that Moses Elias and our Divine Saviour had each fasted forty days Hence the propriety of increasing the fast of Lent to forty days was urged As a consequence the four days preceding the first Sunday in Lent jyere added to the fast The addi- tIon was made abut the year TH However the custom did not become gen eral until the sixteenth century and in the time of St Charles Borromeo Even then only persons who were public pent tenth were signed with ashes These persons appeared with bare feet and In mourning garments They begged pun ishment from the Pontiff who clothed them in sackcloth scattered ashes on their beads sprinkled them with holy water and recited the seven penitential psalms over them Some years later other devout Christians imbued with a of humiliation joined the public 44epirlt in receiving the ashes and as time progressed the number increased until the Council of Beneventum held in the year 1091 decreed that allclergy laity men and worienshould present themselves to be signed with the ashes Since then the custom has become uni versalThe ashes used for signing the faithful are procured from the blessed palms y burned on Palm Sunday of the previous year This the church teaches is to remind us that we can not bear the palm of victory over satan stn and death unless we practice humility and mortification during life and by paying the debt of sin in giving our bodies to the dust at the close of our earthly career While blesslngthe ashes the officiating priest is vested in amice alb violet stole alsuitablealtar The priest prays that Almighty God will spare the penitent sinners who invoke him to bless the ashes about to be used as a token of humility and that we may obtain mercy for our sins and remember our last end In our day there are few devout Cath olics who do not try to attend mass on Ash Wednesday and to be blessed with the ashes Many persons especially women urge the priests for some of the ashes to take home so that they might sign the cross on absent members of the family The Sacred Congregation of Rites has forbidden the practice of allowing the ashes to be carried home in this t manner much to the regret of many pious and well meaning peopl- eSELFIMPOSED But Dreadful Is the Task Un dertaken by a Belgian Priest The Rev Father L L Conrady wh has devoted his life to working for an among the lepers Is now engaged In lecturing for the cause so dear to him iu i New York City He is a native of Bel glum and is sixtyfive years old Father Conrady was ordained In 1867 and went to India where her worked among the poorest classes for several years Later he came to the United States In 1889 when he heard that Father Damien the hero of the leper colony of Molokai iin the Hawaiian Islands was dying ke harried there ease4 the taomenU of tke 4- U dying priest and then took up the wor where it had been left off While at Molokai Father Conrad heard of the wretches condition of the lepers at Canton China He went and investigated matters for himself He found things worse than reported Returning to the United States he too a course of medicine in a college at San Francisco to further fit him for the work he desires to do Since then he has been lecturing in order to get money enough to alleviate the conditions of Chinese lepers Although he has been engag in this disagreeable task Father Conrady has never been attacked by the dread and loathsome disease LARGE CLASS Mackin Council Conferred Three Degrees on Eleven Candidates Mackin Council held another splendid meeting Tuesday night and conferred the three degrees on a class of eleven candidates President Raldy occupied the chair and all the other officers were present Frank Steltenphol and Ben Ausdenmore who have been ill were reported improving while Alfred Bader continues exceedingly ill at Denver Letters of condolence were directed to Fred fling on the death of his mother to Andrew and Val Kast on the death of their brother and to Mr and Mrs Albert F Steber on the death of their son Albert who was a member of Satolli CouncilWhen the routine business was dis posed of the work of initiation began and the following class received the three degrees B H Brands Albert Schnell C F and J C Canova John M Curran James Hartlage A P King R P Kel row William J Lawler C Alvey and Andrew W Riley The work of the degree team was excellent and was in a great measure enhanced by Prof Fellsls performance on the piano After the initiation the members adjourned to the small hall where cigars sandwiches and lemonade were served and a pleasant social session was held Joseph Lenlhan President of Satolli Council was an honored guest during the evening Owing to the late ness of the hour when the initiation closed no addresses were mad- eIMPRESSIONS Of Cuba Gained by Two Well Known Gentlemen Just Returned Col James P Whallen and Frank Mc Grath have returned home from their trip to Cuba and several Southern cities of the United States Both gentlemen have been greatly improved in health as the result of their trip They spent five days In the city of Havana and were favorably impressed with the city To a representative of the Kentucky Irish American Mr McGrath said Havana I believe Is the cleanest city in the world Of course It was the Americans that showed them how to make It so It Is also the best policed city in the world The police ate cons of many of the best families In Havana and are all proud of their i corms and positions The climate is delightful and the parks and many of the residences beautiful The stores are well kept and the most beauliful wares are sold at moderate even low prices The water on the island is fine and healthgiving While there are some Americans in busi ness there I expected to find more Everybody is polite to strangers and are particularly desirous of pleasing them One thing we did not like everybody smokes cigarettes If a person dies in Cuba he is buried the same day Fune rals are held after four oclock The hearses and horses four to eight to a funeral car are decorated in plumes and the drivers and postillions wear scarlet liveries Women never attend a funeralIt take several hours to recount all our experiences and explain our impressions We enjoyed our trip very much II HANDSOME STRUCTURE St Louis Will Build a Cathe dral That Will Cost 2000000 St Louis Is soon to have a new Cathedral that will cost 2000000 This announcement was made last Sunday by the Most Rev Archbishop Glennon in behalf of the Cathedral Board His Grace stated that the plans prepared by a St Louis architect had been accepted The exterior of the Cathedral will be of Romanesque style while the Interior will follow lines of Byzantine architec ture The structure Wlftibe built of granite and it is believed it will be com ind competiUte board considered his plans of superior elegance and awarded him the work LENTEN REGULATIONS As we go to press his Lordship the Right Rev Bishop McClookey has sot signified his flateatloa of making any charge whatsoever ja the Lenten rep latlou that were promulgated last year u 9 ySURPRISEDI Miss Mary SLorldan Handsome thekLadles Auxiliary Mirth and Saner Helped to Make Enedjoyahle Words Commendation for the Ladles Fell From Many Mouths IMPROMPTU MATRIMONIAL BUREAU The Ladies Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held an excellent meeting Wednesday night and one pleas ant surprise followed another in rapid succession In the vernacular of th present day there was something doing every minute II Beyond a doubt it was the most enjoyable meeting ever held by the auxiliary More than that there are many Hibernians now who say that the assertion that women can not keep a secret is a tase calumny They had ample proof to the contrary on Wednes day evening More than sixty ladles were present when Miss Mary Sheridan the Division President called the meeting to order The routine business was hurriedly dis patched and then the doors were thrown open to the gentlemen friends of the society Miss Mary Sheridan welcomed the guests in a few well chosen words and made National Director George J Butler especially welcome She added a few words of tribute to State President Keenan and the other State officers Miss Sheridan then retired and Miss Ella OConnell the County President took charge of the social session and introdued Miss Lizzie King Miss King told what the ladies were doing in the way of organizing a dramatic club and urged members of the Hibernians to aid the enterprise in deed as well as word Toward the close of her address Miss King walked calmly over to Miss Mary Sheridan and in behalf of the auxiliary presented her with a beautiful gold neck chain and a bouquet of flowers Miss Sheridan was overcome with surprise butresourceful as she is she quickly calmed her feelings and In a neat response to the presentation speech expressed her pleasure and gratification She explained that she had for some time relinquished the hope that she would ever be chained to anything save rh s natistn To find that she was chained to the Ladies Auxiliary was a pleasant disappointment The chain is beautifully enameled in green and on one side of the slide the letters A O H are inscribed while Miss Sheridans Initials in monogram are on the reverse side State President Keenan was the next speaker He complimented Miss Sheri dan highly and said that she was known and loved from one end of the country to the other as the Supreme Treasurer of the Catholic Knights and Ladies of AmericaThomas Keenan Jr rendered a tenor solo in excellent style and was compelled to respond to an encore Attorney New ton G Rogers delivered an eloquent address on the unity of the Catholic church and said that the unity prevail ing in the Ladies Auxiliary made it a counterpart of our holy faith Prof Smith organist at St Patricks church rendered classical selections on the piano James Carroll recited Asleep at the Switch in pleasing style Miss Estelle Gorman gave two humorous recitations that convulsed the entire assembly National Director Butler was called upon and made a brief congratulatory address He complimented Miss Sheridan on the fact that she had won the affection of her sister members He also predicted that ere another year rolled around the A O H would have its own home and the aux iliary would double its present member shipDavid Maloney made one of the hits of the evening la his rendition of a bass solo Thomas D Clines pleased all with a song recitation Joseph P McGinn said that in organizing the dramatic club the ladies had overlooked member of Division 4 who possessed considerable histrionic talent William J Connelly Miss OConnell appointed a committee to wait upon Mr Connelly as soon as possibleFor few minutes the jolly crowd seemed to organize itself into a matri monial bureau The President announced that three marriages had taken place within the last six months and that other events of the same kind were indi catedLittle Miss Marie Dougherty was applauded for her piano solo Brief addresses were made by John M Mulloy James Rogers and Austin Walsh Elliott Sheehan sang a solo with feeling and Miss Mary Corcoran sang a fine old Irish ballad in a tanner that touched all organizers and said in response that he felt the same Interest In the society that be did when it started He predicted success for the dramatic club Miss Mary Foley and Mrs David Welsh made brief addressee lee cream was sacred and all spent a pleasant half hour In social chat The successful meeting was due in a great measure to the Energetic work of thef MISS MARY SHERIDAN President of the Ladies Auxiliary MisseseElla OConnell Mary Corcoran Eliza beth King Lizzie Callahan and Mrs Dora McGinty tt PROGRESS MADE- Ii John T Keating Has Pleasant Anticipations of ComlnA Visit f The committee from the County Board Ancient C rder of Hibernians which has the Stj Patricks day cele bration in charge 1is making satisfactory arrangements in the details of the pro gramme A letter has been received from the Hon John T Keating of Chicago who is to be the principal orator of the evening He expresses his pleas ure on being invited to address on Louis vine Hibernian audience and says he feels assured that he will receive an old fashioned Kentucky welcome His ad dress will be thoroughly Irish and patriotic While Air Keating will be the chief attraction the remainder of the programme will be ePlete with vocal and instrumental Irish musical selections The members of thej committee are de termined to make 1t the greatest Hibern ian entertainment ever given in Louis vide J VERY CONFLICTING Reports sore Beind Sent Out From Rome Concerning Vatican Roman correspondents of American journals appear to be working overtime these days It would seem that they write an article of alleged news one day merely to have the pleasure of denying it the next On Sunday a local daily said that his Holiness Pope Pius X would hold a Consistory this month at which time at least one new American Cardinal would be created On Monday the same paper assured the public that the Pope would hold the Consistory on February 26 but would name no new Cardinals from any place This second cablegram was the authority for the statement that the Pope would elevate nineteen priests to vacant Bishoprics to fill the twenty one vacancies in the French hierarchy Still another dally paper announces that Pope Pius has issued an encyclical letter to the French episcopacy on the situation of the church lu France and asts the priests and people to act with accord and generosity in defense of their religionFrom such varied and contradictory dispatches it appears that the correspondents are doing some rather tall guessing Certainly all are not guessing right THE OPEN AIR Ancient Irish Methods of Edu cation Being Pursued in Germany Many scholars pre of the opinion that German scientists as a class are the greatest in the world There seems to be some reason for the opinion since the Germans take the lead in educational methods The School Committee of Berlin has starteda novel method along educational lines Instead of housing the children in poorly ventilated school rooms the committee has decided to erect forest sanitaria in the extensive pinewoods surrounding the city They are to serve as places where weak and sickly children are to be restored to pertect health and where their education will only be car tied on as far as their health permits The Berlin experiment will be extended over the entire year winter and summer Charlottenburg has established a forest school in the Grunewald According to its recent report it costs 750 a month to educate and feed the childrenas welt as to furnish their daily fares to and from the school This is getting beck to the methods employed In Ireland centuries ago and carried on until the fifteenth century All the Irish bards and scholars were educated in the open airt1 Even in our own day one can reid und hear many Interesting things concwralug the Irish hedge ochoolinaBtera aadtbwx scholars L J P DANGERS That Monaco Country Must Be Combated by Catholic Editors Duty of the Press Is to Counter act Evils of YelioV- aJournals What Those On Watch Towers of Faith Say On the Subject ARDENT WORDS OF FATHER DEPPEN Catholic editors whether they are edit ing daily secular papers weekly Catholic papers or diocesan organs have a duty to perform This duty consists mainly in safeguarding the truths of the Catholic church The Catholic public have a like duty to perform in upholding the Catho lic editors This is not new but it is an absolute truth The Very Rev Louis G Deppen editor of the Record of our own city said last week In the discharge of our duty as editor of a Catholic journal whose mission is to instruct and to upbuild and to safe guard Catholic interests Catholic faith and Catholic morals we necessarily come in contact with the secular daily press We must and we say it to our regret wade through its filth and can not always close our eyes to its evils for amid its rank cockle is always some salutary wheat We see and read of dangers that confront the church of perils that men ace faith and morals that undermine the sanctity of home and family paganize our people and sap their very belief in God Being as it were on the watch tower we read and see what our Bishops and priests do not and can not always read and see And thus reading and see ing we feel it our bounden duty to say to them that unless they more actively and more authoritatively encourage extend and support their Catholic press that Is to say their weekly Catholic papers they will have to answer before God for neglect of pastoral duty It is only editors like Father Deppen and he is without a peer in the ranks who know what Catholic editors have to combatuThe slings arid arrows of outrageous fortune that Shakespeare talked about are a mere side show 16 what the editor of a Catholic paper has to encoun ter Every word that he has written should take a deep hold upon our clergy and hierarchy They are the spiritual guardians of the people but they do not reach them all What has happened In France may happen here A writer in the London Catholic Times said recently- If there was one work more than another which the Catholic clergy and laity of France should have encouraged and supported it was the work of la Bonne Presse and yet through their suplneness nay their culpable indif ferenceit IB just the work which they most neglected Catholic newspapers are relatively few their existence is often precarious and they have but the slenderest influence upon public opinion In Paris there are it is true some journals that have ably and actively championed the interests of the church but they are papers with a very limited circulation and a still more limited influence They preach to the converted They never reach the masses that need conversion The Unjvers the Verite the Gaul is and most of the other Catholic organs are dear they appeal to the cultivated few rather than to the less educated many The Crolx is popular and enjoys a fairly large circulation among certain sections of the working classes the number of its readers Is however far below that of many of the more aggressive organs of Masonry Of the 174 daily papers pub lished ten years ago at Paris no fewer than 133 were distinctly hostile to Chris tianityIt hardly necessary to state that the great majority of American newspapers are not hostile to the Catholic church But it is indifferent The editors of secular American dallies wlllprlnt any thing that appears to be news If they have not seen it before it is regarded as an item and forthwith finds its way into printPius X is likewise an admirer of the Catholic press Shortly before his eleva tion to Papal dignity he said To support a good journal in danger of disappearing through want of resources I would sell even my pectoral cross Now the Kentucky Irish American is not in danger of disappearing through want of resources but it wants to go on record as supporting the ideas of Father Deppen the London Catholic Times and the spirit of our Holy Father Pius X Not from selfish motives either but merely to promote the great work that Catholic editors are engaged in BEWARE THIS PRAYER A new and bogus prayer of endless chain characteristics is working overtime in the East Monsignor Lavelle rector of St Patricks Cathedral New York City has appealed to the District Attorney to unearth the originators of thlslatest outrage Many well meaning women have been duped into furthering the scheme by sewMux tke prayerte their friends The prayer is BO only lacking c in devotion but fails to comply with the laws of syntax Monsignor Lavelle describes it as an outcropping of super stition Catholics of all ages and sexes would do well to consult their pastors before taking up endless chain or other prayers that they know nothing about RELIGIOUS EQUALITY Established On Broad Basis In Ireland by Court of Appeals The Court of Appeals in Ireland has just rendered an opinion on a matter of vital interest to Catholics and the point settled is of interest to lawyers in Amer ica as well as Great Britain and Ireland The point to be decided came up on an appeal by his Eminence Cardinal Logue against an order of the Master of the Rolls in a case that has been pending for fourteen years Under the will of Ellen McLoughlin of Portadown who died In 1891 a cer tain sum of money was set aside for masses tor the repose of her soul and those of her family The Master of the Rolls held that the bequest was invalid because the testatrix had not specified that the masses were to be celebrated in public It was from this decision that Cardinal Logue appealed Now the unanimous decision of the Court of Appeals including the Lord Chancellor is in part as follows What we can determine is this That it is part of the creed of the most ancient church in Western Christendom of which the testatrix was a member that the mass is a true sacrifice offered to God by the priest in the name of the church whose minister he is that every mass whether public or private is believed to bring down blessings to the world and that all the faithful present or absent alive or dead participate in those blessings Now if this be true there can I think be no doubt that a bequest for the pur pose of having private massses celebrated be charitable and a temporal court in Ireland having no authority to decide for itself whether it is true or not must take as its guide the belief of the church of which the testatrix was a member This decision establishes the law on the broad basis of religious equality in Ireland and frees this branch of the law from the last taint of the virus of the penal code BUSINESSLIKE JDivision 3 A O nLAttended to Many Matters at Last Meeting Division 3 held a well attended meeting Monday night with President Patrick Welsh in the chair There were plenty of addresses made and yet it seemed that not a word was said amiss John Lynch and William Burns who have been ill for some time are improving but not fully recovered and Michael Quinn was reported seriously ill An invitation to attend the open meeting of the ladles auxiliary was read and acceptedJohn Hennessey reported what the County Board was doing toward arrang ing for the St Patricks day celebration and other important matters pending before it President Welsh appointed the following committees Sick Patrick McCue Patrick Begley and Thomas Noon- eEmployment1atrlck Holley Mich ael Sheehan and George J Butler Patrick T Sullivan was appointed to represent Division 3 on the degree team that is being arranged by the County Board John Hennessy and Thomas Noone will represent the division as guards Martin J Ford who has been absent from the city for a long time received a great ovation when he entered the hall Before adjourning letters of sympathy were ordered sent to Dennis J Coleman and Patrick Kelly whose mothers died recently and to M Jeff Bannon on the death of his father PREPARATIONS Progressing For the National Federation of Catholic Societies Catholics of Buffalo are makipg great preparations for the entertainment of delegated to the national convention of the American Federation of Catholic Societies which will be held in that city July 29 to August 1 inclusive The Right Rev Bishop Colton presided over the initial meeting ef the arrangements corn mittee and all church services have been left in bis hands It is probable that Archbishop Mess mer of Milwaukee will celebrate the Pontifical mass that will precede the deliberations of the federation and It is expected that Bishop Canevin of Pitts burg will preach the sermon Bourke Cockran member of Congress from New York and one of the most celebrated orators of the present day has signified his willingness to speak during the meeting of the convention NEW GUEST HOUSE I A guest house is to be erected at St Marys College in Marion County during the coming spring J F Barker and Bernard Thompson of Lebanon have been awarded the contract and work will begin ta soon as the season permits s 4 AMBIGUOUS Far From Clear Is the Kings Speech Touching Affairsuof Ireland Redmond and Opposition Lead ers Demand Lucid and Quick Answers Liberals Change Front and Aro Also Opposing Balfours Election REJOICING OVER BROOKS FALL King Edward formally opened the British Parliament on Monday by read ing from the throne the address which had been prepared for him by his new Premier Sir Henry Campbell Banner man If the address is remarkable for anything at all it must be for its ambig uity The Irish people at home and abroad care little about any of the meas ures or matters mentioned save that touching Ireland Upon this subject the Kings speech reads My Ministers have under considera lion a plan for improving and effecting economies In the system of government for Ireland and for introducing thereinto means for associating the people with the conduct of Irish affairs It is my desire that the Government of the country in reliance on the ordinary law should be carried on so far as existing circum stances permit in a spirit regardful of the wishes and sentiments of the Irish people and I trust that this may conduce to the maintenance of tranquility and good feeling between the different classes of the community There is not a word in the cable reports to show us that the Irish Nationalist members received this mention of Ireland either with cheers or good feeling 9 Lord Landsdowne the Secretary for Foreign Affairs under the Balfour Gov ernment was the first to reply to the Kings address when that document was read in the House of Lords He wanted information as to whether the Irish para graph meant home rule by Installments If it did he predicted that a change jhepresent method of feoveqilHij V l would cause serious alarm and uneasiness phChambrJalnopposition in the absence of Balfour attacked the Kings speech all along the line and his address proved to be the feature of the day The new Premier replied good humoredly but rather am biguously to Chamberlains questions- At the night session the Irish National leader John E Redmond announced that the members of his party would not be satisfied with anything short of complete selfgovernment The Irish mem bers want Sir Henry to come out in the open with his relief measures for Ireland Until he does that hard times are in store for the Liberals no matter what their majority may be completelyinexPremier Balfour to be elected without opposition Saturday It was aunouced that as a matter of courtesy the Liberals would offer no opposition to Balfour who had been nominated by the Unionists to suc ceed Alton Gibbs who had resigned the express purpose of allowing forIIto succeed him On Monday the veered around and nominated Thomas Gibson Bowles to oppose the exPremier Both men have begun an active canvass It is worthy of note that the Irish peo ple are well pleased with the defeat of exSecretary of War Sir John Brodrick who during his tenure of office made himself one of the most unpopular men in the British empire He was the author and projector of the starvation camps for the wives and children of the Boers in South Africa On one occaahl in the House of Commons he referr the Irish members as a garrulous an impecunious lot On anotherJ slon he said The Irish peasant no more realize the value of a mentary vote than a donkey cq his prayers The Orange faction is rejoicing th their leader Col Saunderson has been saved from the general slaughter His constituents have presented Jim with a blackthorn stick with which to thrash home rulers and Russelites Col Saunderson has a big job before him QUARTETTE Of Irishmen Who Are Honored by the People of Melbourne The citizens of Melbourne Ans intend to erect a statue to E G PIta rqearfiftyTown Clerk President of the Board Public Works and as Chief Executive the city he made many improvements was particularly active in preserving purity of the citys water supply ad securing the permanency of the I systemThis will make the fourth statf J erecIar are named Burke Barry and OCoanj IL f r I l 1 t NTUCKY IRISH A1tIER AN Ir 4 KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflNt- f NININIILINILIM- Nsveted to the Moral and Social Advancement of ail Irish Americans KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISHERS UBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c EBterad at the tewlsTllte Postofflce as SecondClass Matter 4iduM1l Commonlcallonitotbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN326 Westt Orecn Street LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY afr 19061 THE LENTEN SEASON The holy season of Lent is tiaa Catholic Church Lent means a brief cessation of the frivolities of soc ety It also means the latest style of bonnets trimmed in pretty shades of purple to those who aim t to be models of fashion Spiritual it means nothing to those outside the church To Catholics it means everything spiritually It is a period of preparation for Easter the feast of the resurrection of our Lord and Saviour the crowning feature of mankinds redemption If Christ had not arisen from the dead as He predicted the scheme of fiour salvation would have been void But He arose gloriously 1 thus consummating the great work for which he became incarnate It is to honor Him that Catholics observe Lent By fasting an prayer we seek to arise from the death of sin to a glorious spiritu life and ask God to grant us tbe grace to imitate in our humble s way the life passion death and resurrection of our Divine Savour If we do not keep the great trutl of cur holy religion in mind during the Lenten season we are not good Catholics Instead we are a menace to the faith since we become bad examples to our own people and a scandal to our separated brethren THE COMMERCIAL CLUB QgmmqrcjaT Club is steadil moving toward a greater and more beautiful Louisville Not only iis its slogan Make it 500000 doing its work but the Home- Coming Week and the schem to beautify the city by eenlisitinj school children in the art of horticulture are having beneficial results The Commercial Club believes iin x the value of printers ink Its members are successful busines men and they realize the value of judicious advertising If the seed distribution is carried out Louis yule will be one great flower garden when the wandering Ken tuckians come home in June When they return to their respective States after the reunion Louis yule will get the greatest adver tisement she has ever had Let all join in assisting the Commercia Club and its good work SEWER BOARD According to every indication Louisville will have a new and adequate sewer system It will cos the city 4000000 but the expenditure will be worth the oney in the saving of human yes and in rendering the city Ire healthful The enabling act TCh passed the Legislature last was signed by Gov Tkckhac r onday As soon as possible thereafter Mayor Barth announced the names of the Board of Sewer Commissioners They are Peter Lee Atherton and Oscar Fenley Democrats and Theodore Ahrens and W C Nones Republicans Bach and every one of these gen tlemenl has been successful in his rticular line of business All are interested in the citys progress 4 it should be unnecessary to e that they will apply the same juslnees methods to the construc tion Of sewers as they have to their respective enterprises CONVICTED OF TREASON JJIles wandof Castlebar mnty Mayo has been sentenced serve nine months in prison on e charge of treason His only ffenae was that he adviMd Irishc en not to jjoin the British army the eyed of English ofictr this L J t y is a most heinous offense Tbey know that from Wellington 1 to Lords Roberts and Kitchener tbe best soldiers whether officers or privates have been Irishmen Tbe imprisonment of Ward is not likely to increase his love for England Neither will it deter other patriot from following in his footsteps PLEA FOR AMITY It is to be hoped that the prospective strike of United Mine- Workers will Be averted Negotiations between the operators and operatives are now in progress and while nothing definite can be prognosticated the public will be well pleased to see the owners and miners settle their differences amic ably Both sides should be willin to make concessions with a view to harmony Coal as well as food ii- a iis necessity The operators know this and the public is made to pay accordingly The miners suffe untold dangers in removing tbis necessary mineral from the bowel of the earth Every time he enter a mine the miner carries his life in his band For this service to tbe world he is miserably paid Is iiit any wonder that the miners hay combined in an effort to alleviate their condition They are no making cxhorbitant demands am their grievances should receivi kind and careful consideration fron the operators THE KINOS SPEECH Twenty perhaps twentyfive vears ago the Very Rev C H McKenna a noted Dominican mis sionary speaking at St Louis Ber trands church told an anecdote of an Irishman who was having sa controversy with a Protestant relative to the study of the Bible The Irishman got the better of hif opponent with the remark The Bible in the hands of Protestants is like a fiddleevery man plays his own tune on it Sir Henry CampbellBannerman in preparing the Kings address must have had this anecdote in mind when he drafted the para graph touching upon Ireland That paragraph is given in another column of this issue It is not only ambiguous but it is capable of many interpretations It may mean that the Government means a measure of home rule for Ireland- it may mean that this measure of home rule will have a taut string tied to it it may mean that if the Orange faction object that Irish affairs will be allowed to remain in statu quo or it may mean any one of a dozen things The oftener you read it the more interpretations you will find The English language is straightforward and under ordinary circumstances is not incapable of misinterpretation but the man that wrote the Kings address is certainly a master hand at ambiguity This is no time for tallying The new Premier must rome out fin the open and at once Despite the overwhelming Liberal majority in the House of Commons John Redmond and his Irish National party have it in their power to make it exceedingly unpleasant for the new Government LAW flUST GOVERN Tbelleading editorial in the St oafs PostDispatch last Sunday tied this jTbe most powerful1 American diten is still hiding out The dis ppearance of John D Rockefeller ioBe of the most valuable political leoinl since John King of Eng laud WM n deto knowledge y that the King governed by law- not by caprice Rockefeller i is afraid He is afraid of a young Missouri lawyer who wants to ask him some questions And althoug the oil kings chief lieutenant bas said that the lawyer is a poor pitiful harmless little chap who is a good joke but not to be taken serio ously John D is afraid to face him He runs away like a common malefactor and gets himself reported humorously and otherwis in all sorts of out ofthewl places John D Rockefeller is a fugitive from the process server He dares not face the law as represented by the little chap from preItended3 the most powerful American citizen and has known what it is to browbeat Legislatures Congresses Cabinet officers and Presidents But he dares not face the inquisition of the law It is a salutar lesson People have dreaded tbe octopus thinking it a horrible mod ster looking about for somebody to devour It is nothing of the sort It is an unhappy old mat chased about by a Missouri lawye with an inquisitive turn of mind yearning no doubt for tranquility for a little peace in his last years for the peace which he can not hav because it will never never do Ito answer the Missouri lawyers ques tions And out of the incident comic and tragic comes a halffar gotten fact that it is not monopol that rules this country or vested interests or the money power or the octopus but the law even tbe law as represented by an unconsc queutial Attorney General whi doesnt know as much as he hopeI to know after he has bad a littl talk with the octopus- It would be well for all our trw magnates to read and ponder ove the fact that this country must be governed by law instead of by tbe money power It is nothing but greed that causes the money king to evade the statutes whetbe State or Federal As soon as they understand thoroughly that the people will see that the law iis enforced there will be an end to highhanded violations The Hon John T Keating of Ihicago will receive a royal Irish welcome when he comes to tbe Hibernian celtbration of St Pat icks day The IrishAmerican of Louisville owe the Count Board a vote of thanks RECENT DEATHS The funeral of Mrs Margaret Mahar who died at the residence of her sonln law John Ryan 220 Nineteenth street on Sunday evening took place from St atricks church on Tuesday morning p Patrick Sullivan who had long lived- in this city and was highly respected died at the advanced age of eightytwc ears at his home 1710 Twelfth street aturday night Three children aurvive They are Patrick J Sullivan Mrs John IMalley and Mrs William Pike The ineral took place from St Williams lurch Monday morning Mrs Delia McFarland died at her home 718 Fulton street on Monday morning as the result of an attack of pneumonia from which she had been a sufferer for two weeks The deceased waS the wife of Armour J McFarland the well known grocer and is survived by him and two children William and lisa Lizzie McFarland She was thirty eight years of ape and prior to her marriage was Miss Delia Adair Her funeral took place from St Michaels church on Wednesday morning SMOKER SOCIAL The Rev Father Patrick Walsh pastor of Sacred Heart church will deliver the incipal address at the social session of- Dlvistonl A O H next Tuesday evening Father Walsh is a pleasant and pqueut speaker and it is desired that e ery embtr of Division 1 be present Members of the other divisions are also luvlted to attend Following the address a programme of vocal and rostra mental music will be given and good cigars will be distributed RECEIVED SAD NEWS Word was received by relatives in this- city on Monday of the death of John Dalton Liston who died at his home at Athea County limerick Ireland oa sbruary 4 The deceased was seventy eight years of age and was a nephew of- Mrs Julia Dalton Coleman of this city who died on the day previous Martin Dalton a brother of Mrs Coleman survive at Athea at the age of eighty years TACKY PARTY The Ladles Auxiliary of Trinity C01IDcjJ Y NI Itw411 lveat8ckvp- erty at Trinity dub hOIlHI ffaat- syatreet on MOdayeverisg Mils Maria OBrien has returned from a pleasant visit to Nazareth Academy Mrs Jams a Winn who has been ill at her home in Portland is rapidly Improv- Ing Miss Anna McGill has gone to Atlantic City and New York for a visit of several weeks Frank J Brien of Williamsport Pa has returned home after visiting Robert McGill of this city Miss Bertha Grobmeyer of Carrollto arrived Tuesday to pay a protracted visit to friends in this city Mrs Emma Lally of Portland who has been seriously ill during the past three weeks is much improved The friends of William OConnor witl be glad to learn that he Is recovering from an attack of typhoid fever Mrs John Carr of Portland entertained the Surprise Euchre Club with a coffee social on Tuesday evening The Twentieth Century Euchre Club was entertained by Mrs Edward Cusick of Portland on Tuesday afternoon Mrs B F Pilson of Washington D C is visiting her slsterdn law Mrs Steve D Smith 1335 Second street Edward Ryan and wife have returnr from Bardstown where they were guests of Mr and Mrs J H Dugao tblII Miss Laura McCauley has returned to her home in Morganfield after a visit to Mrs Philip Feaman of Crescent Hill Mrs John H Sullivan has returned ito her home in Parkland after a pleasant visit to Mrs A R Willett of Lexington Miss Mayme Fitzpatrick entertains Sunday Covers were laid for ten and the dinner was thoroughly enjoyed by the guests Mrs George W Cuscaden Sr has joined her husband at West Bade Springs They will return home about March 1 Mrs Henry Besten entertained at her home in the Highlands on Tuesday ihi honor of her sisterinlaw Mrs Alexis j Schulten Misses Lilly and Clara Bell Pitt of Fairfield have returned home after a pleasant visit to Mrs L C Pitt in the HighlandsMiss Carr daughter of John Carr of Portland who had been ill at Loretto Academy has come home tto recuperateMiss Watben has gone to Yonkers N Y4tqvdsit her sister Mrs Richard Lawrence Condon formerly Miss ueeuie Wathen Elmore Martine William Grogan and William Riordan left Monday night for New Orleans where they will remain until after the Mardi Gras celebration Randolph C Waggener Treasurer of the Kentucky Refining Company is at Hot Springs Ark suffering from a evere attack of locomotorataxia Ills rife and children are with him Mrs John J Holland who sustained iainful injuries in falling down the stair at her home 1322 Rogers street is stir confined to her bed Her many friends hope for her speedy improvement Mrs Walter Hlllerich entertained her ucbre club at her home 2507 Wes Broadway Tuesday afternoon The prize rere won by Mrs Thomas D dines Mrs Walter Hillerich and Mrs P J Valah The wedding of Miss Helen Ebret of Slizabethtown and Joseph Haag of ouisville will be celebrated at St James church in the former city on Tuesday The young couple will make heir home in this city Mr and Mrs J B Wathen have announced the engagement of their daughter Miss Josephine Marie to Charles Edwin Cooney a prominent attorney of Syracuse N Y The wedding will be solemnized at St Louis lertranda church on Wednesday Aprl1 25 Dan J Hennessy the Main street tailor is whistling Everybody Shakes lands With Father George Wash- Ington Hennessy arrived at the paternal domiciliary edifice 1120 Hepburn avenue on Thursday morning The newcomer seems to be honest like his illus ions namesake and has not even pre aricated to his elder brother John Thomas Mrs Ella Delaney entertained a number of friends with a Dutch supper at- ber home Seventeenth and High streets ont Thursday night Those present were liases joafe Godfrey Rose McCafferty latnle Kjandy Mamie Keenan Messrs lichaeV Kelly Edward J Dalton John Jones Thomas Camfield James Howard Richard Smith James Stevens Joseph tally Mr and Mrs James P Barry Dennis J Heffernan and Carl Mersbon David L Spah hour formerly of New Albany now of Monongabela Pa and Mls Lillian Arhucbau of St Louis were tarried in the latter city on Thursday After the ceremony the happy couplet St Louis for Monongahela and upon ticir arrival Were given a royal1 welcome by iriends of the happy bridegroom The bride was po iuarjn St Louis Catholic circles Mr Spfinhour is amem- ber of Division 1 A 0 IL of New Ibany He is f reman in a large win dow glass factory at Monongabela Mrs Crtberini Bradley of 111y Gar- MPtltrectiwllI ntH unique b aor being a godtn kher by proxy tumor w wins her jfraiwiisughtcr Misa r St Patrick DayI Entertainment AT MACAULEYS THEATER SUNDAY EVENING MARCH 18 Under Auspices of the Ancient Order I 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 rWHY PAY RENT 1 SATURDAY NIGHT UNTIli tt ttM f t + t t t 1u Catherine Elizabeth Bradley will christened The baby was born at Cov ington on Tuesday and is the first chile Mr and Mrs James Bradley lames Bradley the father isa well known L N engineer whose home was Lou isville until a few years ago The moths prior to her marriage was Miss Agn Strablcb the daughter a well known Covington family The newcomer has a grandmother four aunts and twelve first cousins Louisville Hilary OBrien Louisville and Miss Rachel Atkinson Bowlin Green were married the rectory of the Catholic church at Bowling Gree by the Rev Father Thomas Hayes on Tuesday morning After the ceremon Mr and Mrs OBrien boarded the L i N train and arrived Louisville at noon They repaired immediately to their own home at 1145 Seventh street where they held a reception to their many friends this city The bride iis- the accomplished daughter Robert B Atkinson one the oldest engineers iin the service of the L N Mr OBrie is a fireman for the same company Patrick J Welsh and Miss Annie Gleason stole a march on their frl ndsI Wednesday and were quietly married atI 330 oclock the afternoon at S Patricks church Bev Father Crotla officiating at the happy union The attendants were William Gibbons and Miss Sophie Kern After the ceremony Mr and Mrs Welsh left for Clucin nati and the East on a bridal tour The bride is a daughter Michael Gleason the well known machinist and is pop ular Portland society circles Mr Welsh holds a responsible position with the Louisville Trust Company During the past four years he was one the Deputy County Assessors He is prom inent Irish Catholic circles and an active member the Ancient Order of Hibernians BIENNIAL CONVENTION Knights of St John to Receive a WDrmWclcomaDt Buffalo The Supreme Commandery the Knights of John which there six subordinate commanderies Louis ville will meet biennial convention at Buffalo on June Invitations have been issued to every member the order to attend and bring their wives sisters and lady friends The Knights John is a society Catholic men united for benevolent and insurance purposes The uniform rank has ever been a distinguishing feature of the order and has proved a drawing card in strengthening the membership It is expected that many commanderies will go to the convention a body to take part the parade Assurance iis given that Buffalo will maintain its reputation for hospitality no matter bow great the number of visiting Knights and ladies may Michaels Commandery made up principally members Petets congregation has a nice sum the treasury and handsome uniforms and would make a splendid showing for Louisville- If time can taken to make the trip FULL OF YEARS John J Nichol seventysix yeats old lied of general debility at his home 2428 Xavier street on Monday morning He is survived by his wife Mrs Cathe rine Nichol a daughter Mrs George Benson and a son John J Nichol Jr of- St Louis Mrs Mary A Burke Mrs tllta Butler and Mrs Jane Higgins his surviving sisters and Andrew Nicbol tbe retired shoe merchant is the sarviv illg brother The deceased was a native f Dublin Ireland but had been ar slIdent Louisville more than fifty years The funeral took place from St Cecilias faurcb on Wednesday morning MISS HICKBVS ENTERPRISE J1 Mitt AUceHickey wbe hw beeo on1 iccted with the Stewart Dry sCom1i Mi1lyablo1erin the illUiiery dtpMt n cs When rent1Vepay monthly n- each COq simple81000 you can pay us per month together with 5 per ANDPAYour representative addressonyour city or w w x WHALmirDistrict Manager of the Standard Trust Co Corner Fifth and Main Streets Rooms 601601 Keller Building Louisville Kentucky +Telephones Citmbi Main 496a Home 3439 BirminghamAlaMontgomeryi Rock Ark 10 OGLOCK IioP 4f M M M M M be of in of in of of in in in of of in of in of in of of St of are in in 25 of of St of in in be St of of St in be lit are of 00- 0fiLYflYS LOOI FO 1t TfflELflBEJ ON 1 MOTHERS BREAD preengoldFirstsxs x x3Kx s x s 1 I I I I 1 +1 I I I I I I H Jut HHI HH 11 H 111 IMH1IHI1 I 1 THE NORTON GOFFEL 60 IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OF HIGH GRADE COFFEES IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS Office Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main 3I4ItidilI 4i11IiMNIIIF1IIbI H+14Ju1 111111 H H I +H I I 1 Jo 80th Phone 3399 DR Je T CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoci ig Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICALHORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 10071009 W BROADWAY t ItAL KOLJB N I345 West Green Street tLIQUORS t p CIGARSff 7IQ7ULHYS One week commencing Monday Feb 26 Matinees Wednesday and Saturday The Shepherd King HOPKINSe man CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SNOWS DAILY Opening Week Beginning Sunday Feb 25 THE PIROSCOFFIS A famou European Juggling Comedy Sketch Kralllloch Jane Elton KC Co In an original comedy success Mile Ricci Charlie Case funniest of all tnonotogUU World 6t Kingston singing anddllnclug artIst T Nelson Downs The King of colnslAery Slrakoscli primA donna ao imperso nator of famous composer The Kinodrome Post No Bills and other new picture BUCKINGHAMMATINEE 77m COHKENCINO SUNDAY FED 25 The Jolly Girls Burlesquers Mirth Music Melody EXTRA FEATURE Cunning the Jail Breaker Positively tbe most mystifying act before the public neritfor several years past has decided 10 embark in business for herself To that end sbehlls associated with her in lusiness her niece Hiss Anna Belle Cun lingbatn Miss Hickey will open par ors at room 320 iri the CourierJburnal lulldlnfj et an early date The new mil Iner is a celetrateddeslJher us weH as over and her cuotom wHI1 beproper I lionate to her large ckele of acquaint 1 rcea s co New Phoenix iiill SKATING RINK OPENS SATURDAYFEBRUARY 10 Two Sessions Daily Largest floor space in city Perfect order No intoxicants sold on premises PRINCESS SKATING RINK Only grouodi floor rlofc In city Old Armory Seventh near Chestnut Afternoon t 5 Nights TSatcx 1030 Saturdays extra 10 a m AFTERNOON 10 CTSl NIGHTS 16 CTS SKATING 15 OTS HOURSaT06 U9T012 DONT YOU Good Dental work VVANTJthe least money Our Dentistry Will Ve are responsible and do just as wfr advertise All work guaranteed DR H1J COUCHMAN Dentist iSl FOURTII AVENUE cpp Jno C Lewis Co tve your boss an education that will prepare them for life TXAVIERS COLLEGE 1 13 W Broadway LoiilsvUleKy edbYlkcXverlan JJrotMnCIcalleiestldeandeuiincsCouraea Ptevraoy Ile rtaaentLarieawimralagPoobWellqulppe4ysasatuta u I T tTI iii U I ENTUCKY uSEI AlIIJQRICi INSURE YOUR LIFE NOW m THE I Catholic Knights of America This iIs the safest and cheapest initirance society hi 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 esttblished life insurance organization- An examination of its rates will convince you of its superiority overall others Remember that life is uncertain and delays dangerous Ixsnre 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 HARRY A VEENEMAN Secretary u It II I I I I t t t t HI It h Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCar- riages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREETI r TELEPHONE 810 V + I 1 I HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 JuJu BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTORI AND EMBALMER 838 EST tIN STREET With tbe assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street P MRS JOHN J BARRETT I I I I 1 I 1 1 1 1 HHMl1 11 1 1lotMIHHIHH1 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All call promptly attended lo day or night Car + tinges furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 111 1 I 1 1 I I 1 1 1 1 I I 1 H 1 1 I H H+l 1 1 I I 1 I+ VIHMH1 iri DANIEL DOUGHERTY 1 T T E L H r BOTH PHONES k TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS I IIClrrllsrea Purnlshed Notice on I 1 1 11 1 1 1 I 1 1 11 LDUI8VlbbEjji I DENTAL PARLORS I 544 Fourth AvenueI Painless Examination Free1 121yearsreliable placeAU work guaranteed ten I years Office open every night until oclock Sundays a to tl1I LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS I 64 4th Ave In Avenue Theatre Building l I f HERRMANN BEOS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS and Wholesale Deal erain Finest Brands of Kentucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1148 234 Sixth Street WINES LIQUORS VALSelSALOONt VALLETEt4 Pr r+ Set LDcihery snontiMg trom Mfl to 1900 oclock 3ritB YT RJCN 1 tit I 1n h41++1 + t n t J Funeral Director and Embalmer Both Phones 2998 Carriages Furnished All Occasions All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 Wr Market St Bet 12th and 13th t I TRACY STRAUB 383 t I Exlractlon 8 8 m 1 p I IMPORTERS Distillers CKARS 1531 W MARKET STREET IJ1 1 I 1 I lHHH I I H 1 1 H s1 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 I I 1 I I CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W JeBirson SI Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Latest winter styles are now on sale Our prices are within it acb ot all- AIDRIOT IifRMA SONS WAGijN MAMUfACIURfR8- Cltlace Wkmaeeinx o o I GIVE US YOUR ORDER the At last a the of a of all the local will turn out in to hear 1 The of the four local ions will in of St on 18 T has all to have finall for 1905 iid his not later than 15 The is a team with from each of the four local It to hold each year The to 8 of at the last a and a of old Irish airs The was by an The State a of 2 at and gave a of the by in the 1 1 of will and the of the of the on the same A and will be held The in the town of a of has its own club Not ago wes by a and ball The at 4 is at each to the that are up for the took hold The to be than ever the and of the the for the day A street and at one of the in has been for In and the of the are more than here At 11 gave a card pat ty and by and and are in the of of the in St have their ball in It has been to the Irish of that city for 4 the one and of will be cele E the and will be the of the A O H A from Al J tbe tbat the offi cers bave been for tbe new of the of ians at Ky M Vice J L AI J A The is more than a old but its are and soon to one of the The are able men and will the well to the the iron who was by a train on day on near the died at Sts and on as the of a He is by a wife and who at 1534 Port land C The took from St on Hii the of in Jn Bell MM I J o D 1t r Printing1 Kentucky Irish American 1 OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing Past WeekUeneral- News Notes Trenton week smoker followed initiation class eight candi datesNo doubt divisions large numbers Tuesday night Father Walsh address Division members divis receive holy communion honor Patrick Sunday March National Secretary James Carroll instructed State Secretaries their reports office March County Board arranging degree representatives divisions proposes three joint initiations Ladies Auxiliary Division Syracuse meeting formed ladles choir rendered number music followed informal dance Rhode Island officers attended recent meeting Division Ashton detailed report work accomplished every division State since January Division Syracuse celebrate Robert Emmets birthday twentieth anniversary founding division night grand reunion banquet Ladies Auxiliary little Stoughton suburb Boston dramatic long these ladles performed comedy which followed banquet attendance Division increasing meeting owing interesting questions brought discussion since present adminis tration meeting Wednesday night promises larger Sixty delegates representing civic military divisions Providence County Board made arrangements Patricks celebration parade musical vespers churches Providence arranged Eastern States cities social sessions order frequent Utica recently Division smoker followed addresses vocal instrumental music Louisville Hibernians however rapidly improving work organizing social sessions Members order Louis almost constant demand rented Nationalists Match when hundred twentyeighth anniversary Robert Emmets birth brated George Clark celebrated South Bend lecturer lawyer principal orator evening HEALTHY CONDITION Newport Division Has Installed txccJlent Officers letter Patterson conveys information folowing installed division Ancient Order Hibern Newport County PresidentJames Lynch President Thomas Diskin PresidentJohn Barton TreasurerRobert North Recording Secretary Patterson Financial SecretaryJames Reedy SentinelWilliam Finnernan Newport division little month members workers expect have largest memberships ntbe State officers keep division front DIED FROM INJURIES Peter Norton molder struck Southern Satur evening Eighteenth street canal Mary Eliza beth Hospital Monday result injuries sustained survived family reside avenue funeral place Patrick church Wednesday morning BRYCJB PROMISES SUPPORT Lordship Bishop Waterford profuMora thtrQueaascolleges tat Corksard other profnlMeut GOOD WORK FAIR PRICES Irishmen have waited upon Mr Bryce the new Chief Secretary for Ireland and asked for increased grants for technical education Although he could promise no immediate relief until he had con sulted with the heads of other depart ments and the treasury he assured his callers that the subject had his fullest sympathy and would receive bis careful consideration KNIGHTS OP OOLIIBDSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The council at El Paso Texas recently recruited its membership by initiating a class of fifteen National Treasurer P J Brady of Colunbus Ohio will preside over tbe initiation of a new council at Erie tomorrowRhode Island Knights are in favor of holding a State parade when the National Convention is held at New Haven Conn next June A new council will be instituted tomor row at Bonne Terre Mo State Deputy John S Leahy of St Louis and staff will confer the third degree tour hundred Knights attended a recent session of McFarland Council at Providence when a class of twenty can didates received the third degree Natchez Council conferred the three degrees on a class of fifty candidates last Sunday Territorial Deputy Charles M Bryan and staff of Memphis Council conferred the third degree- A council has been organized at New Ulm Minn Of the fifty charter mem bers fortythree are of Teutonic origin or descent Strange to say the new body has been named St Patricks Coun cil and of the seven officers including Dr Robert J ODonnell the Grand Knight are of Irish birth or ancest- ryAMUEMENTS Trinity Council Y M I will open a roller skating rink in itc gymnasium 718 East Gray street this afternon and evening Augustus H Thomas great military drama Arizona will hold the boards at Masonic Tbearer all of next week A superb company will present this stirring story of life in tbe West The costumes and stage settings are all new The Shepherd King will be the attraction at Macauleys Theatre all of next week The drama is founded on the early history of King David Wright Lorinier an actor of note will essay the title role and will be supported by a corn pany of 150 players The Jolly Girl Bnrlerquers will be the attraction at the Buckingham Theater next week presenting in two mirthful acts An Honest Politician Between the acts there will be the usual olio of high class vaudeville acts combining all the tiesThe latest American and European novel provenIIpatrons away many afternoons aud every evening The reserved space for fancy skaters bas proven an additional attraction and many vii it the rink to witness the stunt done br the experts on rollers The Princess Skating Rink on Seventh street near Chestnut continues to enjoy the liberal patronage of the public Louisville roller skaters have become so pr ficlent that the grand march in which all the patrons of the rink are participators his become a feature every afternoon and evening The Piroscoffis a celebrated European juggling comedy sketch is the headliner for the Hopkins Theater next week Among the other vaudeville entertainers laneEltonprimadonnathe impersonator New pictures are booked for the kinodrome FATHER KERNAN BETTER The Rev Father Kernan O P who hat been seriously UlatSt Josephs Infirmary returned to St Roses Con vent near Springfield on Monday His health is much improved MARRIED WOMENS CULL i The Married Wowena Club of Holy Trinity Church New Albany gave one of their reitchrea Tuesday after noon and Bigati It was well attended i reatirdThisIEaternL C IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges A fire of unknown origin damaged St Johns church in Tralee to the extent of 25000 Belfast Corporation has decided to present an address of welcome to the new Viceroy Dr Richard Phillips Gelston formerly Superintendent of Ennis Asylum is dead at the age of sixty years At the Wexford quarter sessions Judge Barry bad only four cases of a very ordi nary nature to dispose of The Limerick Amateur Athletic and Bicycle Club has been reorganized and will hold a big meet this year Very important matters were discussed at the recent annual convention of the Gaelic Athletic Association held at ThurlesTwo workmen named McDonnell and Ryan were drowned while engaged in excavating the foundations for the new railway bridge at Waterford Capt W H Pigott who was a hero in the Indian mutiny and who during sev eral years past has been Secretary of the Wexford County Council is dead The Board of Directors of the North of Ireland Paper Mill Company has recom mended a dividend on the ordinary shares at the rate of ten per cent per annum for the last half of 1005 The various branches of the United Irish League are straining every nerve toward literary organization since the prineclpalcelebrations of St Patricks day In opening court at Fermoy a short time ago Sir J C Neliigan Recorder of Corksaid There is only one case to go before you and that is not of much importance He also congratulated the grand jury on the peaceable condition of affairs in that district Among the new Mayors are John Bar rett in Cork Councillor Michael Quin Ian in Waterword Councillor J P Thompson in Derry Alderman Daly in Drogheda Alderman Thomas Skehan in Cloumel Councillor Kealy in Kilkenny and Councillor Keane in Sligo The death of the Very Rev James Crickard dean of the Catholic clergy in Ireland has occasioned great + regret Father Crickard was ninetytWo years old and was actively engaged in the dis charge of his duties in the parisbof Lou hUnisland County Down until ten days before his death He was ordained sixtyseven years ago H C Lloyda Sligo landlord has offered his tenants the following terms upon which to purchase their holdings Five and onehalf per cent on the pun chase money from November 11903 to tbe date of the completion of the sale twentythree 1 ears purchase for tenants who had their rents fixed since 1896 and twentyone years rent for the others Mayors were elected for various cities aud towns in Ireland on January 22 Several of the new Mayors are members of Parliament as well J P Nannrtll tbe new Lord Mayor of Dublin is like wise an Irish Nationalist and member of Parliament so is Sir Daniel Dixon Bar onet who has been elected Mayor of Belfast for tbe seventh time Michael Joyce former Alderman of Limerick has been chosen Mayor of his city and also elected to Parliament jBASEjIf Dominic Mullaney the well known ball player has gone to West Baden Springs to rest and recuperate for ten days He will join the Montgomery base ball team early in March Dominic is an excellent and steady player and wouldmake a splendid captain for bis team SATOLLI COUNCIL Satolli Council Y M I met Monday night and debated the matter of remove lug to other quarters It was finally decided to remain at tbe present council rooms Northwest corner Sixth and Breckiundge streets President Leuihan I and other active members determined to push the work of recruiting new mem bets MADE A CHANGE J Johnson MuMelman who was for eight years chief usher in tbe balcony at Macanleys Theater and who last year assisted in the presswork Corttie m1r JockeyClabthe MMOoic Tbwter He le uowhe r FOK FEflR BREWING 6O INOORPORATBUD Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE s- YDRINK=Hofbrau Pilsenrtalr seer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BRE G CO ANYINOORPORATED TELEPHONE 4S2 o3xrxxxzv rn PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted fo leave tls brewery until properly aged TIDLIii1PIi02xIC IBBO Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts Cumb Phone Haiti 1913 slayTIZIL WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strengthand excellent Jkvrir Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR r 1ENSTelephone ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OERTBLT BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEERt 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 JOHN B FRANX ALTERS 1ClayTelephone aooa CJ SCHNEIDER DEALER IN CHOICE lanes Bacon Pork Lard Sausages Etc STALL 2 KENTUCKY MARKET Filth and Oreen Streets TULBPHONB 2241 Old and Rare Whlakles a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET The Busy Mans Line BETWEEN LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE ST LOUIS and SOUTHWESTIS LOUISVILLE HENDERSON ST LOUIS RY ROUTEIPullman Sleepers Reclining Cars Special roundtrip homccccktri rat sto south west and west first and third Tuesdays February and Marsh 1808i Special tourist rates to Col orado Texas Mexico and New Mexico on sale lolal3111JOO6econdclasl on sale first and third Tuesdays of February nod Match 1009 Secondclass Colonist Rates to Cali dailyPebLAGIIgRTravelingPaesAgentIJzxwz Central MasAgtat usher for that popular ply JKHHW and seems welt pleased with tb change be has made a- ot LOUISVILLE KY UHJSVILEE KY I MANHATTANRESTAURANT h 1 AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIOflT 504 W Jefferson StfirtlOTTO EVENT Proprietor Home Phone 4715 CI JI60NNOBUILDER AND CONTRACTOR PEALnaIK LUMBERSASH DOORS BLINDS SHINGLES AND ALL KINDS OPIUBBBC 21252127 TwentysixtkStreef SOME PBONM eats WE MANUFACTURE LOUISVillEWOOD FIBER PLASTER 100Poum Kentucky Wan PllstllCIrv Iaeorporte4 Break sad River LaitarHk Kjr TELEPHONE 2207 Mao operating the noorier Wall KJttfeiMsvpiucilHd T l phoo tI IIP n 1GCB NTUOBY II ZiYi 1 1 RXCAN IOnly A Few Days More OF OUR SWEEPING = OUT SALE All fall and winter stocks at both stores now on sale Prices cut to the lowest notch See window 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 BOSTON SHOE COI LADIES STORE 553 FOURTH AVE MENS STORE 534 FOURTH AVE THE HOUSE THAT PLATT BUILT Everything Uptodate in L MENS FURNISHINGS j Shirts to Order and Wedding Outfits Our Specialties r iN SID PLATT CO Fourth and Man I 1JOUN H COIKMAN President DICK SMANIBY Secretary Ge4QQQW 11 111 1111 1 1111 1 The Farrand=Cecilian PianoT- HE PIANO EVERY ONE CAN PLAY We shall be very glad to give you any information in regard to it if yon wil can or write us The FarrandCecilian is built with the famous Iarraud patens Separable Feature By simply loosening a few bolts the entire front of th piano Including the keydesk can be removed and the piano thus separated iut term parts PRICE 65000 Payments if desired Music ten cents a roll MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC COe OX2SOOO FOURTH AVICI T- UICREMJJMB1RJRJ L t t t A EL LURNITURLIOF WMFMAYER419 W MARKET STREET tt1 + + i NO TIMEI LIKE THE PRESENT NO PRESENT LIKE GOODJEWELRY We have Jewelry and other presents for the whole family at 50 per cent less than other jewelers can possibly sell for V USEE US FIRST LI J BRUNN JEWELER 530 WEST I StI8S8fj Tne Gnas fle Rooers BOOK 60 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a call and inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OP EVERY DESCRIPTION 34 FAT Jefferson Street tors3e i 3es H 1 1 HI 1 1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 1 1 11 1 +1 1 1 1 1 I 1 1 1 I 1 to HAVE YOU EVER TRIED Mulloys Special Coffee 3 Us for 50c1 Not dry or musty Tike you sometimes get from the corner ALLgoflackGreen or Mixed Tea 43e per Ib Rebate Tickets worth 6c In trade free with every dollar worth MULLOY1nMase1333f Ql14 W MARKET TRJ 111 I 1 1 I I 1 1 I 1 1 1 1 OH 1 1 1 IIi 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I fJo tj3table R Gilbert tompan2 oureo MitIOItrlrllftrs fttrrttNtativt ttbtlitlllt type writer for tneky tyyewrlter Swyjriki 1IIfttC1- M alt ItlaCMli ts ayes MARKET COFFEE tROASTER tfit ETIf1 n II lot + 11 H H lneo of K BliUtk Book and- Paper IBo- xmlMMlwrns nor shirt Ana tentt aldtitztiie ItJut U 4 H I Upholstery Department iTHE MOST COMPLETE DEPT IN LOUISVILLE- Wei ilare arranging our Upholstery department and by the addition of new fixtures this department will be when completed the most uptodate o Upholstery department in the city i Arabian Lace Curtains Reduced i IIWe thisIIwant to get them out of the way of the cabinetmakers and for reason we make bold price cuts NOTEThe curtains are full length and the patterns are unusually attractive iand ii Regular 450 Curtains Reduced to 400 ii i Regular 500 Curtains Reduced to 450 ii I Regular 550 Curtains Reduced to 475 ii Regular 600 Curtains Reduced to 500 II BACON SON I o MARKET STREET BET THIRD AND FOURTH as tpnGV tOrG 1 e ENTHUSIASTIC Members of Branch 25 C K of AtAre Full of the mM Spirit Branch 23 C K of A held an unu ually large meeting on Monday night Many of the memberswere on hand toI ascertain how the branch was able toI drop the dues for the first quarter President William IT Meehau who was in the chair asked Financial Secretary H J Mann to explain the apparent phe nomenon Mr Mann madesuch a satis factory explanation that nil were delightedClarence J Osborne of Lexington was allowed a transfercard A letter of condolence was sent to Mrs Phil Hen dricks the mother ofThomaHendricks a recently deceased member of the branch Many members voiced their approval of the Uniformed Rank and expressed the opinion that it was the best move possible to aid in securing new members A resolution was adopted authorizing the President to appoint a committee to solicit names for the Uni form Rank and to get all necessary information pertaining to that branch of the order Before adjourning the members of Branch 23 expressed their sympathy to their Spiritual Director the Very Rev Father Bax on account of the serious illness of his sister Mrs Mary Veene man and his niece Miss ETymphna VeenemanNASQTTERADERS Young Touhs and Cnimtnals Sailing Under Irish Names Recent revelations in thecity of New York particularly in connection with the notorious Paul Kelly case have led the United Irish Societies of that city to conduct an investigation into the frequency with which honored old Irish names appear on the Criminal Court records It develops that the real name j Paul Kelly the notorious div leper iis Acratelli I The investigation bas also developed that notwithstanding the enormous Irish population of the city criminals of that nationality rank fifth in the number of persons convicted of felonies during the years 1904 and 1905 And this in despite the great number of criminals of othe- nationalities who from motives known only to themselves gave Irish names It also developed that nearly all the tough young Italians who compose theuPaul Kelly Five Points Monk East man and other gangs masqueraded under Irish names IRISH INDUSTRIES Carpet Weaving and Tobacco Growing Proving Quite Profitable The carpet weaving industry in Ire land is being put on a substantial basis and the output of the new factories is belngreadily disposed of The tobacco industry is growing rapidly and samples of Irish grown leaf are displayed in the windows of leading tobacconists in Dub gin The flavor is mild and agreeable The Counties of Meath and Wexford are leaders in this latest industry In many instances as much as 1300 pounds of leaf have been grown to the acre while the average is about 1000 ponnds In the North and West climatic conditions are not favorable but scientific agricul turists believe that the American weed can be successfully cultivated In South east Leinster Cork Waterford Tippe nary and Limerick Owing to I the steady importation of Canadian cattle into great Britain the stock raising industry in Ireland is con siderably depressed GAELIC IN LONDON The Irish residents of London will celebrate St Patricks day at the new Westraiaiater Cathedral on Sunday March 18 The panegyric of Irelands pate+ n saint will be preached by the 4- lYl D I SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O PI- DIVrSTON 1 Meets oa the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evening of Eacfr Mouth President John BF Mulfoy Vice President ThomafflDi dines j Recording Secretary T4tomay Kee nan Jri Financial Secretnry Petw JL Cwsick Dull Bank street- Treasurer Thomas Walsh at1AnnslIdwaap GratWick JDIVISION a Meets on the First and Thud Pridey Evenings of Each Month President Cbn Jl Ford Vice President WHlfamTl Mteehanv Treasurer Owen Keirau Recording Secretary JbsephT Hyncfe Financial Secretary Jbhn TT Eeastey DIVISIONS Meets on the First and Third Mon dog evening of Each MbntU President Patrick Jl Welsh Vice PresidentJbhniennessg Recording SecretaryDennis JV Coleman Financial Secretary EanieliJ Iougb ertyTtcasurerG JL Butlers ScrgeantatlnnsThomas Nbonv Sentinel Martin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President Jbhn A Murphy Vice President Joseph B lienifean Recording Secretary 3rank Bi Bur hFinancial Secretary Emmet QiSu van l62OiSeventh street TreasurerWilliam JJ Connelly- SergeantatArms piobert Mitafaell Sentinel WHHatni Anobro DIVISION JBFFBRSOWflLE Meets on the First and Third TUesdF at Pfnus Hall County President Michael Keaoey President Bjobert 1eBSln- VlcePresidenbMichaelti Breetu TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording Secretary J tI Murphy Jr Financial Secretary John Sinner SergeantatarmsjohnlS Mtwpy Doorkeeper Eligene Constant tee Banner Carder Timothy Kinney Marshal lIohnA Kennedy YeMACKIN COUNCIL SOS Meets Tuesday Evenings at flub House 530 Twentysixth Street President Charles S l aidy First Vice PresIdentLouis J Second Vice President D Oliver Patton BolandrCorresponding Secretary Prank Lana ban Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Treasurer Daniel Weber Marshal James L Mullarkey Inside SentinelCharles Oswald Outside SentinelLouis Kinsella KATIE AGUES SMITH l Independent of alt Undertakers LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and chit dren a specialty Elegant shrouds mad to order at reasonable prices All call I answered promptly day or night Horn phone 1677 Office 2406 Payne St- I HENRY AA1J1PULSJ U I DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone sere 528 Fifth Street Very Rev Canon McFadden of Gweedore He will speak in Gaelic C K pi AA married man joining at the age of twentyfive years can secnre a J I I Benefit Certificate of 1000 for his family at tbe cost of 113 per month If he joins at the age of thirtyfive years it will cost y655 monthly and if he joins at fortyfive years 227 monthly These rates are not changed after the admission Write to President Felix Gaudin New Orleans La or to Secretary Anthony Matre MeraodJaecard Building St Louis do- Four Telephones twelve Wagons and Horses this means Cusoaden Delivers Ice Cream quick r u BUTCHERS BAIL nnutrf1 Fete WIT Be Karld ai PHtrenix HHI Hall Mon day Night Tne Buttrhers+ Union will givs its thirtysixth1 annual ball at PhcenissHUl Hall on Mbcday evening and it is hardly necessary toaay that all who attend can rest assured that they will be pleasantly entertained The best orchestra obtain able wiHfiirnuh music for the dancers and there will be an abundance of refreshments The Committee Arrange merits istnnde upof JbbnBTeini Charles Koch Pied Ki Hberter Al Koch and William Kurz The Stitchers Uhioq iJs one of the oldest in UbuisvUle and from its incipiency has enjpyed prosperity The butcherstake therrwivs and daughters to these alls amlall makemerry for at least one evening daring tbe year During all these yearsmen1 like Henry A Kraft J4hn Mi Letterle Fred Hoer ter Gottlieb Uayerii JfasepH Laemlein Joseph Gatterdata Peter Herberger Sebastian Wcisbacb anda host of others have promoted I the cause of ibe union They have visited their sick aided their distressed members and buried their dead besides catering to the appetites and the good will of the general public FinanciaHy the union is well oC and the annual ball is given more aoa sign of good will thatt to recruit tbaorganiza lions finances Tt1URNMEWDr- Prominent Gentlemen Will Roll First Bullion Each of the AsZlleys The national ibo win G tournament will open at the Armory on the night of March 17 and the local committee on arrangements have the work of receiv ing and entertaining the bowlers well in band The tournament will continua two weeks or more It is the intention to have a gentleman of prominence roll the 5r t bail on each alley on the opining night There will be sixteen alleys going at the same time Gov Beckbam Mayor Borth and the six Circuit Judge + wilt be among those invited to initiate the newalleys theirrwives and families are expected to visit Louisville Dams horn New York Boa ton Buffalo Chicago Indianapolis Mil wukeea Cincinnati St Louis Omaha Denver Sat Francisco and in fact from many oi the smaller cities will take part in the tournament The crack bowlers of the country will b on hand but the Rouisville knights of the lignum vitae fear BO foe and have entered the lists In large numbers The Foil City Bowling League will close its season March 13 so that its games will not cut any figure with the arrangements for the tournament The Kentucky Irish American team has such a tight bold on first place that it can stand to lose every game from now until the season closes and still land winner by a nice percentage At the same time the members of the team do not intend to lose any more games The Squire Adams and Loeveuhorts are tie for second place but as the first njimed team is the stronger it will no doubt land in second place before the season is at an end The John C Lewis will be a contender against the Loeven harts for third place The probabilities are that the Ferncliffes will land in fifth place while the Robinson Nortons West Ends and Kohlers will undoubtedly retain their present standing standingtoW L PC Kentucky Irish American 55 J7 764 Loevenhart 44 31 587 Squire Adams 44 31 587 Ferncliffe 36 33 622 JobnC Lewis 30 30 500 J M Robinson Norton 31 44 413 West End 20 46 334 Henry Ir Kohler 20 52 277 FATHER BURKE RESIGNS The Rev Edward A Burke pastor of the Church of the Annunciation Parts has resigned but his resignation will not take effect until the Monday after Easter Father Burke is serving in the diocese of Coviagton o 0 i GREATSALEI OF IRON BEDS A- LTGREENES Being the Largest Handlers of Iron Beds in Louisville We show the best 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