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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r I i iff T H KENTUCKY- V II XVINO 9 LOUISVILLE SATURBAY MARCH 3 1906 PRICE FIVE CEN PATRIOTISM Father Walshs Talk to Hiber nians Made aBoucflcial Impression Irish History id Dovetailed Into the Story of the United States- Men Can Lovo the Emeral- Is1c and Be Loyal Citizens r CELL BT SOCIAL SESSION HELD Division 1 A O H held anotber of its splendid social sessions on Tuesday night These affairs have become so famous for general excellence that when a social session is announced the mem bers of the other three divisions are anxious to meet with Division 1 to see what new attraction is to be offered The attendance at Tuesdays meeting was large not only because there was to bea social session but likewise because the Rev Father Patrick Walsh pastor of the Sacred Heart church was to be there and address them President John M Mulloy occupied the chair andonly the routine business wasmost necessary transacted in order that the entire even ing might be given to the social session When Father Walshentered the ballI every Hibernian arose to his feet in tribi ute to the minister of Gods holy altarI Many of those present were personal friends of Father Walsh They crowded around him and exchanged greetings The strangers were introduced to himtt and In less time than it takes to tell itII Father Walsh was a Hibernian as well astt saggarth aroon- President Mulloy retired from the J chair and William M Higgins of the J Literary Committee took charge of affairs He introduced Father Walsbcc who prefaced his remarks by saying thatII he would not attempt an address butc would talk to them as fellow Hibernians He kept his word too It has seldom I been the lot of local Hibernians to listenII to such a heart lo htart talk as Father I Walsh made He began by telling them that he owedJJ them a debt of gratitude in aaking himII to be present and he assured all that he was glad to be with them The speaker 4 then turned his attention tothe prospects I of the Irish people at home and abroad J and told of the era of prosperity that appeared to be dawning for Ireland There was only one little corner of Ire land where religious prejudice held sway be said Ulster and there the feeling ofI antipathy was gradually giving way to mutual admiration The Oraugeman had his good qualities as well as the Catholic and the time has almost come when the 4twowill live together in peace and amity Walsh next spoke of the work of the Gaelic League The former hel said was working for the intellectual freedom and independence of the Irish 1 people while the latter body was work J ing for the political and industrial liberty of Ireland He paid high tribute to DrI Douglas Hyde and to the glorious workII he was engaged in Cardinals Arch bishops Bishops priests and dissenting ministers said Father Walsh were united in support of the work of which Dr Hyde is the leading spirit Then he reviewed the system of national schools where Irish history wasI not taught There is no country that has a nobler or grander history than Ireland said the reverend speaker Its study is an inspiration as well as a lesson in self relaace Briefly he dwelt uponI St Patrick and his great work and toldI how St Brendan one of St Patricks successors during his seven years voyage visited the shores of America and planted a colony there seven centuries before America was discovered by Columbus Father Walsh told of St Brendons return to Ireland and how he and his fellow voyagers in those early days spoke of the Western hemisphere as the land of promise History tradi tion and the researches of archaeologists have proven that the first white men to visit America were St Brendan and his followers Turning to America Father Walsh bade the Hibernians be good citizens of the United States This is the land of our lives our fortunes and our hopes aald Father Walsh We will not be less good citizen of the United States if we keep a warm corner for Ireland in our hearts He drew a beautiful comparison between the love of man for his wife and iris mother Devotion to the wife did not weaken the love for the mother who bore him neither will love for Ireland weaken any mans devotion to America He urged all to study political questions and to vote for the best interests of the country Father Walsh spoke of the necessity for teaching Irish history in schools and colleges and told of the name Irishmen have made for themselves In America- history e eulogizing Montgomery Sullivan Benjamin Franklin and the Car rolls Delicately he traced the lineage of Washington beck to Flanders but inl 60 doing brought out the fact that the 0celebrated American hern wa n from a branch of the family that left ti iFJanders for Ireland to escape pemcu tIM More that half toe GWbf the u u w revolutionary war were natives of Ire land In the civil war Irish heroes were on both sides More than 250000 native Irishmen fought on the Federal side while twice as many were descended from Irish parents Father Walshs address was frequently punctuated with applause and he was given a grand ovation when he concluded Former State President Martin Cusick made a congratulatory address expressing in behalf of the members his thank fulness for theprivilege of hearing r Walsh Thomas Keenan Jr and severalI others rendered vocal solos The cigars were passed and an hour or more was spent In social chats Messrs John F reportedi ill o NEW ARCHBISHOP Received Philosophical an Theological Training In Irish Colleges The Right Rv Tames H Blenk who has been promoted from the episcopacy in Porto Rico to the Archbishopric o New Orleans feels very kindly toward the Irish and understands them heart and soul He first saw the light of da in New Orleans fifty years ago an received his early education in that city Later he was sent to Northern colleges His mental abilities attracted the atten tion of many learned doctors of the church and he was sent to France where he studied philosophy for two years On leaving France he went to Ireland to study mathematics and science The Christian spirit of the peo pIe so impressed him that he remained in the Emerald Isle for quite awhile and taught in St Marys College at Dundalk in the County Louth After some time there he went bock to Dublin where he pursued his studies in theology and was ordainedSoon after his ordination he returned to America and was made director of studies at Jefferson College This posi tion he held for five years and was theu chose President of that institution In 1890 be made an extensive tour of France England and Ireland On July 2 1890 Father Blenk was consecrated Bishop of Porto Rico At that time he knew not one word of Spanish Three weeks later he preached a sermon in Spanish from the pulpit of his Cathedral in San Juan That is the kind of man the new Archbishop is If bethinks that things are worth doing atjj all they should he done quickly I1isJJ name did not head the list presented to the Vatican either by the priests or Bishops of the archdiocese of New Orleans but his promotion is believed to have been brought about through the judgment of Cardinal Satolli COUNTY BOARD Many Important Matters Dis cussedat the Well Atii tended Meeting I The County Board A O H held I j splendid meeting Friday night Every division was represented by at least four members and all took an active part in the various matters discussed Vice President Joseph Dougherty presided the meeting Alderman George J Butler reported inIbehalf of the St Patricks Day Commit tee stating the progress that has been made in arranging a suitable musical programme John M Mulloy and Wm J Connelly were appointed on a special committee to report the financial condi tion of the County Board at Its extI meeting which will be Sunday March 4IMichael Sheehan made splendid talk on the new home He showed that he had given the subject much considera tion and his remarks met with tbeI approval of his fellowdelegates Thei board voted to give up its lease on the present quarters in Hopkins Theater and County President Thomas Quinn Peter Cusick William J Connelly Wm T Meehan and Dennis J Coleman were appointed to secure temporary quarters until the new hall can be purchased The delegates were reminded to notify their fellowmembers to approach holy communion ou March 18 It was decided to hold a joint initiation on March 27 aad Joseph P McGinn promised to have all the paraphernalia in splendidorder for that event L 11 BOOMINaMEMBERSHIP Mackin Councils new membership contest has ell the members hard eat work the goalwill not be reached be fore July 1 but from time to time awards of merit upondeservingsecures three new members is entitled to a button while the member who secures ten applications will be awarded a watch charm emblematic of the order Atthelast meeting of Mackin Council D Oliver Patton Charles Kleehammer and CJ Walker were presented with buttons On Monday night six other members are eligible to receive buttons 0 COMMITTEEnI The Joint Committee of the three local YM I councils met at Satolli head quarters and discussed several problem- of interest to the order last Saturde Y ogredupon summer outings members preferring to wait until after plansJsWed u t1 CONDITION CRITICAL i Dr J Halpin OReilly Suffers Prom Severe Attack of Pneumonia Dr J Halpin OReilly one of Louis villes best known and most learned phy sicians is dangerously ill at his homer 427 West St Catherine street His wife and children have been constant in their attendance at his bedside for severalI days past and grave fears for his rccov ery are entertained He was stricken ill1 on Friday of last week but the disease did not assume a malignant type until Monday Dr Frank Corrigan who iis the attending physician declares that his patient has a fighting chance to recover LouisvilldC fifty years ago and was the youngest of a noted family of physicians Ills father Dr John OReilly Sr and his brother Dr John OReilly Jr were well and favorably known in the medical profes sion in Louisville for years To young medicinefappeared to be intuitive He was a thorough scientist in medicine before he was old enough to vote and when he was indcharge of the United States Marine Hos pital in this city He retained that place six years and was then placed in charge of the Government hospital in Evansville A short time later he returned to Louisville andtook up the practice made vacant by the deaths of his father and brother As a physician he has been eminently successful Dr OReilly appears to live solely for the practice of his profession His heart and soul are in his work Rich and poor look alike to him He has given his advice and services freely and his charity is unostentatious Many poor men and women are praying that he will be spared to his family and his calling for many years to com- eTRINITY BOWLERS Will Try Issues With New Haven Cracks at Tonights Session Trinity Council Bowling Team will leave for New Haven at 5 oclock this evening to bowl against a crack team from St Catherines Council of New Haven Edward C Dawson will be captain of the New Haven bowlers while Albert F Martin President of Trinity and Grand First Vice President of the Kentucky jurisdiction will pilot Trinitys team The bowlers from Louisville will be Ben Schalk George Reiling John J Barry Frank Burke H A Veeneman and Capt Albert F Martin- A G Schneider Andrew Kiefer and Fred Gerard will accompany the Trinity bowlers to New Haven and will cheer them on to victory Tomorrow morning the bowlers will attend mass at St Catherines church Some of them will spend the day at New Haven and Gethsemane while others will accompany Capt Martin to Leba non o BOOMING Catholic Knights of America Hard at Work In RhodeIIsland Under the present administration the Catholic Knights of America Is taking on new life in Rhode Island Applica tions are coming in from the various branches and the local and State officers are doing all in their nower to upbuild the order Branch 53 of Providence haaI arranged an open meeting for March 14 The State officers will preside and Supreme Vice President Croghan will address those assembled on the benefits that accrue to those who become mem bers of the order A musical and literary programme will follow At Olneyville in the same State there were four initiations one election to membership and thirteen applications at the last meeting HAPPY SURPRISE PARTY Miss Louise Fackler was the guest of honor at a surprise euchre party at the new home of her brotherinlaw Edward Bosler on Highland avenue Mardi Gras night In addition to the card games Masters John and Richard Bosler enter tamed the guests with funny antics in their bearskin suits The prizes were won by Misses Weissenberger Lillie and Louise Fackler Thomas R Walsh Al bert Kippes and Thomas McShane Those present were Misses Susie Anger meter Dora Bentel Tola Stoggenberg Rena Weissenberger and Messrs Albert Kippes Thomas Walsh Edward Bosler Herbert Eckert Fred Schwartzwalder Thomas McShane Robert Steinacker and John Frederick A nice luncheon was served before the festive evening closed and Mrs Bosler proved to be an exceedingly charming hostess s I BENEDICTINES RETURN The s waYI penal laws more than 200 years ago hasI returned Its members have e tabllliedl a preparatory school at Ennlseorty County Wexford The world wide fam of this order of teachers seems to have assured wooers from the begiantvg u n Q it ST PA1 RICK aIPatron Saint of Ireland Will Bo Fittingly honored in Ijoulsrilln Religious and Social Celebra tion Will Behold On Following Day 1 Splendid Musical Programme I Will Bo Arranged For the Occasion IIRISH ORATOR WILL BE FEATURE i J The County Board Is making steady progress in its effort to arrange a pro gramme for St Patricks day that will be a credit to the people of the Irish race in Louisville As basI been stated before the social cel ofMarch place at Macauleys Theater 18 The religious celebration will be held on the morning of the same day Every member of the order will be expected to approach holy communion in honor of Irelands patron saint The members will not go to communion In a body but as individuals dcslrions of honoring St Patrick jj Of course the Hon John T Keating will be the main feature of the evenings entertainment Mr Keating is a scholarly aud clear headed Irish American He is Past National President of the Ancient Order of Hibernians and a Director of the present Nations Board He is in every way qualified to make an interesting talk to our people on the celebration of St Patricks day But the County Board has done more than secure the services of Mr Keating It would be a sorry painter who left his picture without a frame Among the musical artists who will fill out the even Ings programme will be James P Roche basso John F Surmann violinist Jos Hubbuch tenor Miss Josephine Hoertz soprano and Miss Josephine McGill accompanist and piano soloist Besides these there will be other artists and theII entire programme will he thoroughly and classically Irish St Patricks day is theIrishmans day to shine over the whole world Our peo pIe are scattered fro Ireland to India South Africa Argentina Australia the United States and Canada Many will celebrate the day In songs in the English language others will use French andII Spanish but what matters what language is used Ifwe hear The Minstrel Boy The Harp That Once Thro Taras Hall or any of more than 100 good oldI Irish airs From present indications the St Patricks day programme will be the best ever offered in Louisville The programme for the evening besides the address of Mr Keating will include the following numbers Male qartetMessrs Theo OToolejj James P Roche Joseph Hubbuch and I James McGill Piano soloMiss Josephine McGill Bass solo James P Roche Violin solo John F Surmann Soprano soloMiss Josephine Hoertz The male quartet named above will close the entertainment with a final selec tion All of the music vocal and instru mental will be strictly high class and Irish in character Tickets will be placed on sale next Wednesday at Mulloyj coffee store 214 I West Market street and at Thomas Kee uaus 1225 West Market where seats may be reserved without any additional cost The prices have been fixed at fifty cents for the parquet and first two rows J of the dress circle and twentyfive cents for the remainder of the house 0 LOUISVILLE LADIESI Are Courteously Received byI Captain of Battleship Texas Mrs John J Flynn Mrs James P Whallen and Mrs Mary Scahill spent this week in New Orleans They were piloted over the Crescent City by John J Flynn general foreman for the Louis ville Nashville Railroad Company who has become quite at home in the Louisiana metropolis The Louisville party visited the battleship Texas and were shown all over this modern war engine by Capt BIcknell whose home is in New Albany When the naval officer found Mrs Flynn and the ladies were from Louisville nothing was too good for them The Louisville visitors enjoyed the carnival festivities very much and expect to arrive home on Monday Mr Flynns headquarters have been transferred from New Orleans to Mobile CENTRAL COMMITTEE The Centrall Committee of the Catholic Knights of America will hold its regular meeting on Friday night It is probable e that Snprenie President Gaudin will be heard from at that time and that the date for his visit to Louisville writ iformla of ImportantmatterswIllcomeupfot r gates tenor the varies branches Irerequested to be preeeotia full forcer t7- P M I I CONCORDIA Grand Old Catholic Society Will Celebrate Golden Jubilee The Concordia Singing Society of Louisville is making preparations t celebrate its golden jubilee or fiftiet anniversary in Louisville next August The Concordia is the oldest Catholic singing society in the Northern German Saengerbund and its golden jubilee celebration will be something out of the ordinary This organization iis made up entirely of Catholics Its members have given their time and voices to say nothing of their moyey toward the promotion of Catholic music There is not a church in Louisville where one or more mem hers of the Concordia has not lent hisI voice While the society is made up of GermanAmericans the members realized that Heaven Is Our Country So they have sung wherever the occasion called either at German Irish or American churches The Hubbuchs Muellers Elodapps Stengels Znerners and others have lifted their voices in praise to the Almighty for fifty years Some of them sang at St Patricks church others at St Louis Bertrands oth rs still at St Johns The members of the Concordia ate welcome wherever they go Joseph Jf Mueller the well known East Market street tailor is the present President Under his administration the society is making splendid progress numerically and financially as well as from a musical standpoint The Concordia now numbers 350 and its members belong toI nearly every Catholic choir in the city While the jubilee festivities are still In embryo the committee in charge is making satisfactory progress It isI highly probable that every ccletlaffilI iated with the Saengerbundwill send full representations to Louisville to assist at the festivities next Augu- stREWARDED 0ITwo IrlshAmcricall Flt men Promoted for Faithful Service The promotion of Sylvester Doyle to be engineer at the No 5 engine com pany is a reward of merit for faithful service Vestyas his friends know him best has been in the Louisville Fire Department during the past thirteen I years After serving in various temporary I capacities he was for awhile ladder t man at the No I hooks During the t last eight years and six months he has I been stoker at the No8 engine company Mr Doyle is a thorough mechanic as well as fire fighter and his ability has Il been long noted by his superior officers He Is happily married and is a man after I President Roosevelts heart since he is I the paternal progenitor of six children I James A Sexton the well known t exball player driver of the No 8 reel I has been promoted to the vacancy caused by the elevation of Vesty Doyle He intends to give a candy pulling in the near future in honor of his promotion RELIGIOUS SERVICES I Interfered With Attendance at the Meeting ofcDivision 4 t Ash Wednesday was responsible for a small attendance at Division 4s meetingS The majority of those who attendJwere late ou account of i evening religious services In the absence J of President Murphy Vice President Jos L Lenlhan presided John Healy and 1 John W Lyons were reported ill William J Connelly in behalf of the County Board reported that the commit tee was still in search of a proper site for the permanent hall Several sites 4 have been offered but as yet no definite conclusion has been reached Austin I Walsh and Joseph L Lenihan were appointed to represent Division 4 on the i new degree team Short talks on timely topics were made by Stephen J McEUiott RIGriffin John J Barry Austin Walsh andI John Hennessy I FORTY HOURS DEVOTION The Forty Hours devotion will begin at the 10 oclock mass at the SacreI Heart church tomorrow morning The ladies of the Altar Society have made special efforts to decorate the altar in an appropriate manner The exercises will be brought to a close on Tuesday morn IngIIRELANDS PATRON SAINT The principal religious service on St Patricks day March 17 will be heldat St Patricks church at 9 oclock that morning The Very Rev Father Cro Min Vicar General of the diocese will officiate at the solemn high mass The Rev Father William Hogarty of Leba non will preach the sermon All the local clery will be present in the sanctuary as has been the time honored custom beCAPTAIN RETIRES Local Knights of St Jpha will interested in learning that Louis Bed lager for twenty seveH years Captain oifr 8k Sdwards Commattdery of Cincin nati has retired from thatticfc At the n annual inspection of the compan- recently held at Holy Trinity Hall years of service were apporpriately reco nized by his fellow Knights who presented him with a set of illuminated resolutions The Rev Father A F Rennebanm who made the presentatio- speech paid high tribute to the abilit Y of the retiring Captain Capt Beditiger delverinhr g Capt Lemmick with his beautiful jew eled sword Both Capts Bedinger aud Lemmick are members of Cincinnatis mounted police forc- eMACHIN COUNCIL McetlnAs During Lent Will Notr Conflict With Religious Services Mackin Council Y M I maintained l its record Tuesday night by having every officer present The attendance wasI large and President Raidy occupied the chair Five applications for member ship were received and it was determined to hold another initiation during March but no date was set Ben Ausdenmore Frank Steltenpohl Joseph Wahl and Joseph Brauer were reported seriously ill The condition of Alfred Bader who is at Denver Col is unimproved- A communication from Barry Coun cil Lexington inviting Arac ins degree team to exemplify the new rit ual in the Bluegrass Capital was received with applause If arrangements can be satisfactorily made the invitation will be accepted Ben Sand D Oliver Patton and Will Daly were appointed on a committee to arrange for the annual outing The Revision Committee re ported progress In order to conform with the Lenten I devotions in certain churches the coun cil changed the meeting nights from Tuesday to Monday night during Lent I The Gymnasium Committee reported that the pool and billiard tables had been t recovered and new balls had been I ordered The receipts of the evening I were large and the affairs of the council c are as flourishing as usual t 0 LAUREL VREATHSI Worn by the Kentucky Irish I American Bowlers HaveII Been Freshened The Kentucky Irish American bowl Tuesdaynighti 1 team in a sturdily fought contest More than that the Kentucky Irish American bowlers rolled up a score of 1033 theI highest single game score achieved by any team in the Falls City League dur ing the present seasonii The Kentucky Irish American bowlers J have four things to be proud oftheyf have won first prize from able com petltors they lead four high scores they lead in pinnage and they have thet greatest number of 000 games to their credit As a consequence the members of the team are feeling good i The Squire Adams and Loevenbarts- are still tie for second place The i Loevenbarts felt so sure of defeat Tuesday evening that they caused a postponement of the game against the Squires Adams boys Every one of the eighte teams in the Fallj City League iis entered in the national tournament and thet entrance fees have been posted standingtoW L PC i Kentucky Irish American 59 19 750 1 41r 31 87t Adame44 31 587 ohn C Lewis40 38 5- 13Ferncliffe37 38 606- J M Robinson Norton33 45 422 1 West End28 47 373 Henry LKohler22 58 282 f CAUGHT OFF GUARD A surprise mask party was tendered Charles S Smith 6422 Bank street on Mardi Gras night Dancing and card games were the features of the evening Prizes were awarded to Misses Mattiett Lee Beeler Alice Fryberg Josephine Uhl Clara Smith and Messrs Charles t Phillips Perry Bidwell Elliot Golf and I Frank Anderson Refreshments were served after the games were concluded t Among those present were Misses Lena 1 Studor Josephine Uhl Alice CraigII Mattie Lee Beeler Alice Fryberg Clara Smith Florence Porter and Nettle Uhl and Messrs Elliott Golf Frank Dillon 4 Charles Phillips Perry Bidwell Charles 1 S Smith Messrs and Mesdames James Dittman and c William Smith I I ELECTED DIRECTORS I The annual election of the Board oftt Directors of the Catholic Womans Club was held on Monday night Despite the inclemency of the weather the attendance was large The following directors were elected Mrs Mary Clark Mrs Minnie Bosche Mrs Thomas BLeahyMrsGeorge Hoertz Sr Mrs Kate S Newman Mrs John W Galvln and Mrs Charles Sau terThe election of officers will be held at 3 oclock Mondayafternoons TOM RILEYS ACCIDENT Thomas J Riley proprietor of the popbe1 slipped on the Icy pavement and sus tamed a fracture of the left arm Is reaHii comfortably as undw the clrcuoMtancea CALVARYg thea1Savior Throughout His Passion Way of tho Cross as a nova tional Exorcise During Lent Diary the Mother of God First to Observe tho Custom DOMINICAN FIRT SAW BENEFIT One of the practices of devout Catho lics during the Lenten period is to indi vidually or collectively recite the prayers of the Stations or Way of the Cross As a rule during Lent the faithful assem ble in their respective churches on Fri day evenings to practice this devotion There are others more devout who indi vidually visit the stations every day dur ing Lent Others still who are not even in the religious state strive for spiritual perfection by reciting the prayers and calling to mind each day the passion and JWhatlies practice this devotion These a questions frequently asked by those n of our faith It happens too that mai of our Catholic men and women yout and maidens are unable to answer the Why Many of them knew at one tin but threw aside their Catechisms wj as boys they discarded knee breeche long trousers or when as young we they threw aside dolls to wear lengt gowns Others there are who 4 knew because they had not the advan cf Catholic manltheseuwdoubtedly be better did they und stand more about the truths of th religionThe Way of the Cross Is humanit Journfromand final consignment to the tomb T Catholic church is poor indeed that h not a representation of the stations whether they be in compton prints slot clay paintings or other deyjccsThj are fourteen of these stations The first calls to mind that onr Sad was condemned by Pilate to die an ignominious death on the cross Look at your print oil painting or statuary and you will see Pilate washing his hands as if he were rid of the whole matter while is anyonefollcwCatholic or nonCatholic if he be at all acquainted with Biblical history he te fail to understand the seer depictedThe station shows where Chri is made to bear the cross His first fa depictin a criminal to execution he meets his mother This is shown in the fourth In station five we findan example of charity that is all too rare in these days It shows us whereSimon csrrpis chief to our Lord to wipe the sweat and blood from his holy face In return time imprint of his blessed countenanc is left upon the cloth At the seventh rata Jesus falls the second time beneath the weight of the cross and at the eighth we see him tellipg the women of Jerusa lem Weep not for me but for your children At station nine we see him fall the third time The real agony ot the Journey to Calvary begins when Jesus is stripped of his garments as is shown us in the tenth station Modesty personified was the son of God yet his enemies bared him to the world Station eleven shows us irissdeathfourteenIs ifl When we see the devotion of mothers dayhowthedetlrdepartedcan we marvel that Mary the mother of God was the first to practice the deyo lion of the Way of the Cross Is iit a thatjourueyfromyear after year Early Christians followed in the foot practiCingthis followed Redeemerby ofDominicbut It SJ o the devotion ofCrosst JeruslamSpabuiltI repsentedevents in our Saviors journey to flvary Like many other benefits that world enjoys the son of St Dominic not given credit for establishing devotion in Western Christendom was not until the year 1342 that the evoUonfand then thresh tbelnstrt Frarclse5FriarMink uprtIC rr FL i iI i 1 c 11 T1JNTUOKY IRISH R AN ENTUGKY IRISHfMERI6flM INIIIIIII I IN I I I ILI IIIIHI itI to the Metall sad Social Advancement of all Irish Americas e NTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH ERS 5eI BSCRIPTION PRICE eNE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY Bsf orod at the LonlsYlllo Postofflce es Secou Class Matter AMiciiill COlllalllalaUon to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 326 WCH arecnSlfttt LOUISVILLE KySATURDAy MARCH 31906 GOOD WILL INDICATED ednesday was Ash Wednesday e beginning of Lent and as suc LS observed by Catholics through tthe world In Louisville th Attendance at the masses was very gratifying while the crowds that thronged the churches in the evening surpassed all former years Pastors are encouraged by such healthy sign since it shows a disposition on the part of the people to become better Catholics In some of the churches all the pews were k filled before the evening services began and the indications are tha the attendance will increase on each successive evening As a rule the I evening services will be held on Wednesdays and Fridays In som churches Mondays are added while in others still the services will b eld on Tuesdays and Fridays SIGN OF SPRING The backbone of winter is broken1 espite groundhog and goosebone thorities There is one unfailing- n of spring Before the sun Vlns to draw the sap from this of the trees before the egin to sprout before the bird egin to mate there still comes to s an unmistakable sign of spring hen the Louisville daily papers egin to laud George Tebeau look uti Whole columns of rot aboutt his mismanager of baseball iisI umped out of editorial windowsI n an unsuspecting and an unpro jctejk publiQ If the custodian I cares to vary the monotony of life by spreading a wheelbarrow full ofi cinders on the Eclipse park the sporting editors devote a column t great improvements at the balll park ROOSEVELT AND MINERS Once more President Roosevelt as stepped into the breach in anI ndeavor to bring about peace etween miners and mine operators Our Chief Executive truly says I eA strike such as is threatened on April i is a menace to the peace end general welfare of the country I urge you to make a further effort tb avoid such a calamity Everyman who has his own welfare the I welfare of his family his city State and the nation at heart will approve President Roosevelts effort to act as an intermediary We in America do not fully realize what famine is True we have had scourges and pestilences and in some cases failures of certain crops but a real famine has never stalked at our doors But we were threatened with a coal famine in case the miners struck The miners and operators are both fairly well supplied with the sinews of war Probably the operators have the greater supply Meanwhile the general public would suffer No coal would mean a cessation of work in machine shops foundries railroad companies a curtailment of transportation facilities arid what not The strike js like a reVolver a dangerous weapon and should be used only as a last resort In the hands of dangeYdUs men strikes lead to anarchy assassination and rorse evils The miners httve grievances that need redreSs of that there can be no doubt but cool whfe hedds like that of Presi dent ROOsevelt John Mitchell and ishop Spalding can bring order ut of chaos if the opportunity is ranted The miners are human kethrestof us They want liv ng wages they want to be able to Educate their children to better and higher things Can you blame them7 The bog is the only animal hat VP jrileelupotlthegrcmnd while he hunts his mast He never raises his eyes in thanksgiving to windhs that shake down the acorns and huntineg more He is never satisfied while life lasts The coal mine operators I are acting the part of the hog When they are fat and fit for willasee that they are disposed of at marketable values- BALFOUR ELECTED As had been anticipated former watelected to Parliament on Tuesday Mr Balfour was ill apd unable to attend the vote counting His sis hisebehalf and thanked the electors for heer brother Mr Balfour will take his seat atonce and will of course assume the leadership of the oppo 1sition From now on between the Irish Parliamentary party and the Balfourites the Liberals ought to keep pretty busy THE MOROCCO AFFAIR- s sIfthe daily press reports are to be believed France and Germany are on the verge of war For weeks past representatives of vari ous governments have been i I session at Algeciras Morocco ostensibly with a view to mitigating certain evils that are said tto exist there but in reality to divide more of the black mans territory among themselves It is the same old story of national greed Francei has for years maintained a sort ofI NorthwesteroAfrica Germany has grown jealous and wants a slice of that coun try France is not disposed to yield to Germanys demands and there the negotiations hang Russia seems to be more upset over the situation than either France or Germany Russia needs ready money and she looks to France for a loan In the event of wa the loan will not be forthcoming Russia and France are allies and at the same time Russian and German imperial families are related by ties of blood and marriage Since the Liberal Government has just come into power in England there is small likelihood that Great Britain will become involved in the war Maybe there will be no war In any event the poor black man will lose some of his territory and his rights It Is a nasty mess all around and Americans ought to be thankful that they are in no danger of becoming embroiled HARD LINES FOR THE CLERK We agtee with the editor of the Saturday Evening Post who says nthe case of the Government clerk has been receiving a good deal of attention oT late in connection with various suggestions for a pension system It is said that his work is the most uninspiring routine drudgery that the utmost he can reasonably hope for is by long ser vice to win an 1800 place that he is pretty apt te be unambitious and improvident The Secretary of the Treasury is on well approved ground when he quotes Franklin urges the Federal employe to culti vate thrift open a savings account and stand on his owh feet The clerky class is a veryI numerous one and of course continually growing Every large city has its army of clerks in great railroad offices banks stores and the like The principal difference j between them and the Government I loyeri at Washingtoni Is thatIthem I l ours are longer their work 1 1 harder their pay smaller their chances of finally winning an 1800 place on the whole decidedly lessand they are not tempted to improvidence like their Washington brethren by a know ledge that they have practically a life tenure of their jobs On the contrary they generally have excellent reasons for supposing thatt they will be discharged if age I impairs their efficiency As to their providence most cities with aI big clerical population fairly swarmI with benevolent Shylocks who do- a fine business making loans with out security to salaried people att about double pawnshop rates It is good to quote Franklin to them but conditions have some what changed since Franklins day The city clerk has to pay a highI tax in living expenses for the mod ern improvements and the wealthI that surround him Perhaps the greatest discouragement to thriftt arises from the fact that in a city the opportunities of the little cap italist are steadily narrowing About all hecan do with his money is to put it in a savings bank andI verysdiligent reading of Poor Richard iis necessary to extract a high degree of cheer from such prospects Gov Beckham has made an authoritative announcement to thet effect that there would not be an extra session of the Legislature He is right too The State solons who are unable to make law within sixty days and when no special calamity menaces their people ought to disperse of their own volition The entire nation extends its sympathy to the family of the late David B Henderson former Speaker of the National House off Representatives He was a patriott hins country well America needs more men of Speaker Hendersons call ber II PLEASANT PARTY Awoke to Find That BlizzardI Was Raging Outside the DoorsnThe Pastime Drill Company gave a eucbre party for a charitable cause att St Peters Hall Seventeenth and South gate streets on Monday evening The attendance was large despite the beau rain that was falling when the game- were s called All spent a pleasant even ing and quite a nice sum was realized But the fun came at the close of the evening So absorbed were the playersI that they failed to notice the warring o t anrl their male escorts started home they stepped iato four inches of snow while other flaky crystals covered their faces and clothes All made the best of it andl hustled for their respective street cars TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council held a very brief meet ing Monday night out of deference to the Ladles Auxiliary The ladies gave a tacky party that evening and their efforts to please were appreciated by a nice crowd SPLENDID SHOWING The last issue of the Journals the offi cial organ of the Catholic Knights and ladies of America shows a total mem bership of 9712 Before Easter the Supreme officers expect to reach and pass the WOOO mark I ST JOSEPHS MONTH the month off March is devoted by the church to the patronage of St Joseph Special services in hie honor are being held In nearly all the local Catholic churches and novenas will begin Mine days before his feast March 10 DIED AT MEMPHIS John J Davern a well known young Uiah American died at St Josephs HOI pital in Memphis on Tuesday He had been ill a week and suffered from pneu monia The deceased was a plumber and a splendid workman He was born fJn thisythlrty4l3nr7cars ago and his father John Davenv and several sisters survive The funeral took place from St Louts Bertrand church dn Friday mornipg BALTIMORE CENTENARY Archbishop+ arley of New York will celebrate the Pontifical high mass when the centenary of the blessing of the cor nerstone of tbeCathedralof Baltimore is celebrated on April 29 Cardinal Gib bone will preside over the ceremonies from a throne in the sanctuary and Arch bishop Ryan of Philadelphia wlUI preach the sermon Thesocial event of the celebration will be held at the Lyric Theater OB the following evening Pre I tales from all over theUnUed States will I gather there to hold a reception It is expected that this will be the moat rioted gathering of chBrcbmeft tyEheldIY the United States IIIJJ r n S969S9S9S SOCIETY Miss Lucille OBrien entertained her euchre club on Tuesday Miss Katie Lynch has returned home from a visit to friends at West Point Miss Mary Kerns of Portland is suf tering from an attack of typhoid fever Miss Mary Semonin spent Saturda i and Sunday with friends at Jefferson town IMr and Mrs Patrick J Welsh for merly Miss Gleason have returned from their bridal trip E S Monahan who has been spend ing the winter in Florida is expected to return home today Miss Mary Shannon of Shelbyville has returned home after a pleasant visitt to friends in this city Miss Mary Crome has returned fromI Pewee Valley where she was the guest of Miss Ida May Davis Miss Arra Carlisle of Carrollton who has been the guest of friends here willI return home next week Charles Burchel and John Hussfan ar home from New Orleans after enjoyin- the Mardi Gras festivities rMr and Mrs Owen Sweeney hav I rreturned home after a short visit to thel parents near Jefferson town Miss Geneva Meehan who sustained sprained wrist while skating is recovering the use of her arm P H Callahan and wife will leave for Palm Beach Fla during the next week They will be gone a fortnight Miss Stella Carter who went Soutl severalweeks ago has returned home and is much improved in health Miss Nellie Bosworth has returnedI guesst of Misses Helen and Agnes Miles Mr and Mrs Philip Hollenbacb who have been spending the winter in Call fornia will return home on Tuesday Mrs Arthur Dawson hasreturned hom from Owensboro where she was the guest of her mother Mrs Henry Weible Misses Margaret and Bessie Leach man of Springfield have returned home after a pleasant visit to relatives in this cityt Miss Katie Rose Dant has returned from Lebanon where she spent a few pleasant days as the guest of Miss Min life Kearns Sebastian Hubbuch and bride for merly Miss Ackerman have returnedI from their honeymoon trip through the East and South IWilliam J Laffey formerly of this city now of Memphis spent several days visiting friends and relatives in Louis ville this week A E Rahm the well known attorney went to New Orleans to witness th Mardi Gras festivities He will return in about ten days sufferedsi able to be out and is being congratulated by her many friends Miss Catherine Hagerty of 1027 avenue has gone to Nashville to be the Cotllnslduring Miss Anna Kissner of New Albany will spend the nest four or five weeks inI New Orleans She arrived there in time to witness the Mardi Gras festivities Mr and Mrs Eugene J Henchey gave a surprise euchre in their apartments i I St Charles Place Mardi Gras evening ain honor of Miss Josephine Frances Kelly Martin J Gavin of 721 West Breckin ridge street has returned from St Louis where he went to attend the funeral of his sister Mrs Mary Coles formerly of this city General regret is being expressed over the serious illness of John Edward th fouryearold son of Mrs a Joyce 2540 Griffiths avenue The little I fellow In ill of brain fever Mrs Owen Keiran of Fort street who has been suffering from a severe attack of erysipelas during the past two months is improving rapidly and is now able to resume her household duties John F Sullivan manager of the retail department of the Louisville Packing Company and a well known Hibernian is confined to his home 215 East Breck inridge street by an attack of typhoid fever Miss Gene vieve Kaltenbacher who was visiting relatives in Shelbyville is the guest of Mr and Mr6 Robert Kalten bather 820 East Madison street She expects to return to her home in Evans villelnd next week Miss Ida Raltry fell and sprained her ankle at her home 2638 West Main Street during the early part of the week Since the accident she has suffered an attack of rheumatism and is confined to her bed though her speedy recovery seems assured Mr and Mrs M J Hickey gave e box party at Hopkins Theater on Monday evening Eagle night Their guests I were Misses Nora Wales and Rose Sweeney and Messrs William Schrader t and Edward Dore A luncheon followed the theater party 1 Mist Bertha Roth well closed the 1IociS11 season with a Dutch lunch Among those present were aliasesI Lillian GrOlltIUllAsllchrel1fij MsyeriBrote JicBowelli William Young 11 I na StPatricks DayI Entertainment AT MACAULEYS THEATER SUNDAY EVENING MARCH 18 Under Auspices of the Ancient OrderIof Hibernians of Jefferson County HON JOHN T KEATINGOf Chicago will be the orator of the evening and a l1ighcIass vocal and instrumental programme will be given GENERAL ADMISSION 25 CENTS RESERVED SEATS 50 CENTS John X Kinberger and Mr and Mrs I C C Neunstill Misses Louise McCrory and Annie Connaughton have gone to New York and the East for a visit of two weeks The Hon Edward J McDermott and wife and daughter little Miss Susan Barr McDermott will return from New Or parentsatand little Miss Katherine McDermott auntrF Edward Gabafer and Miss P StLTuesdayYMurphy Josephineand Mrs Gabafer have begun house eeping in the West End of Louisville Miss Belvia Thinner of Brooksburg Ind and Thomas Dolan a well known resident of Limerick were united in matrimony at St Louis Bertrands church on Saturday afternoon at 330 oclock The Rev Father Clark per formed the ceremony Mr and Mrs Dolan will make their home at Madison Ind Frank B Gaines and Miss Katie Dunn LouiseBertrands church at 8 oclock Tuesday evening The bride is the charming daughter of Mr and Mrs Michael Dunn and the groqnj holds a responsible post tion with the Chespeake Ohio rai road Mr and Mrs Gaines have begun housekeeping in the Highlands Mr and Mrs Edward Lowe of Belle vue Ky were the guests of honor ut a Dutch supper given by Mr and Mrs Dennis J Heffernan 2C02 West Jefferson street on Friday night of last week Among those present were Misses Gladys Hardin Mamie Murphy Mamie Mc Hugh Mrs John Smith Messrs Mich ael Kelly William OToole and Joseph Lex Games and music helped all to spend an enjoyable evening and the luncheon was delightful Miss Mayme Shea entertained a number of friends Thursday evening at a presentewere Misses Katie and Alene Boswel Etta Martine Ida and Louise Rickert Nora Moran Agnes Noon Sally Kinney and Mrs Maggie Shea Messrs Georges Bickel Joseph Robinson Louis Dugan Will Cannon David Shea Eugene OBrien James Kinney Tom OCon hell Jacob Wendltng and John Crowder- r Miss Shea proved to be a charming hostess WIN ON FIRST BALLOT Sir Henry CampbellBannermans Government won its first victory in the House of Commons this week Col Sanderson a Conservative member from the North of Ireland moved an amendment to the address in reply to the speech from the Liberalnpolicy for Ireland as outlined in the Kings speech were carried out it would endanger the lives and property of the loyalist minority James Bryce Chief Secretary for Ire land replied that the Liberals intended to create an intelligent selfgovernment in Ireland and asked that Saundersons amendment be rejected lostaannounced amid great cheers OVATIONS FOR DOCTOR Dr Douglas Hydp is receiving one ovation after another on the Pacific coast Tomorrow he will preside at the Gaelic Raines in San Prancisco and the following Sunday he will lecture in Los Angeles After that date be will begin to work his way bnck Fast- COMING The Kentucky Irish American contin ues to receive letters from former real dents of Louisville who are desirous of information regarding the home coming week to be celebrated next June Every indication points to a monster gathering ef former Kentuckians WASHING WOODWORK When washing woodwork if kerosene is put in the water instead of soap flyspecks and grease will come off quicker and easier A good quality of kerosene cleans windows and mirrors best but a poorquality of oil With dregs in it leaves the glass streaked Soap must not be used with kerosene for glass CHARACTER I In the shadow of great temptations the thing that will preserve us is God working through our character Temp foliose are manifold We meet them on every hand The best of men meet them as well as the worst And good men will fall unless there iis something stronger than tfye temptation to uphold heredityi them from nwdatOkecbislititebeTOing But if n nI f 04 000OOOGOOJOOOOc OOC OOOOJ flLWflyS LOOK FOR THE LflBEL ON i MOTHERS BREAD Save your labels and get ready for the next awardon April i Remember the first prize will be 5000 in each monthly contest J 1 I 1 I 111 1 1 I 111 I I HIHiIIliSI I I +H 1 +1 I 1 I I H IH 1111 I I IH THE NORTON COFFEE GO H IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OF HIGH GRADE COFFEESIMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS Office Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main 01i+33IIIHi1 1 I I I 3dII I II HHH1lH 3II HI I 1 I I I I 1IH1I I IIHIIIMHKI 1 I 1 1 Both Phones I 2399 DR J T CHA WKS Veterinary infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING horses Called Fr and Delivered OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 10071009 W BROADWAY + + + I + n + + tf FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES AL KOLB345 West Green StreetLIQUORS CIGARS Mens 20 18 and 15 Suits and OvercoatsFor Final CleanUpof Winter Goods at LJVYSThird and Market OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8 TO 6 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done for the least money I Oar Dentistry Will Please YeurI We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist J 551 FOURTH IeAVENUEoppJao lewis Co be stumble and if he fall the grace of God and the character that is in him will enable him to rise again He may fall butt besb lJl10t be utterly cut down But if when he is down theie is DO character to rise by orRO race of God to lean one the chances are that he will stay down 0 I 1Y Nl tCAULEYSMonday nnlngsandTHE ISLE OF SPICE Thursday Friday and Saturday Evenings end Saturday Matinee THE COLLEGE WID- OWHOPKINS I 1110 VAVDBVILLBTWO Opening Week Beginning Sunday Mar 4 Eddie Girard and Jessie Gardner In their faclcal bit Dooley and the Diamond audtrainedSenatorsNoveltyArtits qurrnsHal comedypictures BUCKINGHAMMATINEE WEEK COMMENCING SUNDAY HAS 5 T W Dlnklni Presents The Innocent Maids Always A Beauty Show Extra FeatureJames Walthour Co in their great and original racing act horse versus cyclist PRINCESS SKATING RINK Only ground floor rink In citY Old Armory Seventh near Chestnut Afternoon S to 4 Nights 7801o 1030 Saturdays extra lOa m AFTERNOON 10 CTS NIGHTS is CTS SKATING 15 CTS New Phoenix Hill SKATING RINK OPENS SATURDAY FEBRUARY IQ Two Sessions Daily F largest floor space in city Perfect order No intoxicants sold on premises KATIE ACHES SMITE i Independent of all Undertaken LADY EMBALMED coilBeenmadetoaoswered mpII1 jpvjt fcnlf a4X i VT I jr iiJ4Si 2 i A Sy iff 1 T J KQNTUCKY XIoUSH RIOAN i INSURE YOUR LIFE NOW TJST THE X d Catholic Knights of America This IB 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 end children by carryingi a 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 is uncertain and delays dangerous Insure now while you can and protect yuur loved ones There are many branches in Louisville and applications tor any desired information will bs furnished by officers and members or by the CENTRAL COMMITTEE NEWTON G ROGERS President HARRY A VEENEMAN Secretary t 1 i HHf r Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnisher for All Occasions on Short Notice u 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 4 t It HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 E7 ST 7UIHIN STREET Z 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 THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and EmbalmerITELEPHONE 365 All calt promptly attended to day or night Car loges furnished forall occasions 1225 W MARKET ST Io t t t I 1 HHtH tIt t tIt I t t t 1 lot HIIt II tM MHHt t t t r I H+ DANIEL T T T T H STRAUBE BOTH TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS punished qn W STREET t t t I I I I V + bOUHE L DENTAL PARLORSI 544 Fourth Avenue Painless Extraction lamination Free 11e Lady In Established 12 r years Honest prices good work and a place All work guaranteed ten years Office open every night until 8 oclock Sundays 5 a m to 1 p m LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS 4lh Ave In Avenue Theatre BuildingI HEEEMANN BEOSr IMlOIttJUta PINE WINES AND LIQUOR Distillers and Wholesale Deal era in Flnwt Brands of Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTWD IN BOND Telephone 1948 Sixth Street VINES LIQUORS CleARS VALS SALOONYAI let LUck every morning frog 8 o to 180 oclock a4g VGBJCN aTI n G n fitt t t t J DOUGHERTY Funeral Director in and Embalmer Both Phones 2998 Carriages Furnished All Occasions All Calls Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 W Market St Bet 12th and 13th u It atrrTr- I TRACY L PHONES 363 Carriages II 1531 MARKET tit 111 tit tit N HI4 attendance reliable 544 ten tucky 234 CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS Fourth Avenue 281 WJeflersonSI f Both Telephones 1050 t- All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed I Latest winter styles are now on sale Onr prices are witbin teach ot all IR M ftHDRml 80NS i f WAGON MA U IURfR8 0Cirrlrel Ntpt a+IR IIr6iK Tins ZIS said Z7 WEST OEBN ST JBBSBBBBBBilii Wi Wrf Ww IiWWsWWJ W W Hi K GIVE US YOUR ORDER Ii 326 I Many of the friends have expressed their condolence to Mr and MrsW Lloyd Smith on the death ofI their eghteen manlba old daughter Emma Alice Smith whose demise occurred on Tuesday Charles Raffo Banuon the sixteen yearold son of Mrs Ellen and the late Bannon died at the home of his mother 1104 Twentieth street on Wednesday The funeral1 will take place from St Charles Borromeos church this i morning i Mrs Annie Forehan died at her home 1102 Rowan street on Wednesday The deceased was the wife of Patrick Pores ban and was highly respected in the community in which be lived The funeral takes place from St Patricks church at 9 oclock this morning Mrs Mary A Berlins wife of George Berling died at the family residence 1057 Tyler avenue on Tuesday The funeral took place from St Patricks church on Thursday morning The deceasedwas formerly Miss Mary Welch and was favorably known in the West Emma OHearn died at her home 1110 Christy avenue on Wednes day She was forty years of age and prior to her marriage was Miss Emma Repetto Her husband James Repetto j and four children survive The funeral tookplace from St Aloysius church on j Friday morning Harry Jenks a young man well known the West End died at the home of his brothet in law A F Connelly 2512 Duncan street on Sunday morning The funeral took place from St Cecilias church on Monday morning The bereaved family have received many of sympathy Francis the infant son of Joseph and Margaret McCarthy died at the family home 1725 Twelfth street early Sunday morning and was buried in St Louis cemetery on Monday afternoon Little f Francis was only five months old just the age when the babe begins to wind his tendrils around the hearts of father and mother The large attendance at the funeral was a fitting testimony to the worth of the bereaved parents who are console by the knowledge that at least one angel is waiting to welcome them at 1 the end of lifes To make pastry light add a little lemon juice to the water when mixing Nearly all kinds of cake will keep a good while if placed in tightly covered tin boxes Ifarticles not badly scorched in iron ing are laid in the hot sunshine the scorch will be removed New tinware cau be kept from rt tang by rubbing it over with lard and touting it In the oven before using Soak the raisins to be put in your fruit cake and then allpw them to aim until thejskin is tender If bar soap is cut in squares of convent lent size and laid away until well shrunken it will last longer Wash the range with a solution of two thirds vinegar mud onethird water to prevent grease from collecting Discolorations made in glass by flowers can be removed by washing the glass with tea leaves moistened with vinegar To keep nails from splitting furniture or delicate woodwork push them into a bar of soap before driving intothe wood To securely seal an envelope use the white ofan egg =An envelope sealed in this manner can not be opened by steam thecook books with thin white oil cloth which can be washed often and the books keep clean and free from greats When making a cooked vegetable or meat salad add a few finely chopped mint leavesJthe flavdr imparted will be delirious Cut steel ornaments which have be come rnstyjcan be cleaned by soaking in kerosene for several hours and emery Iron rust can be removed lemon juice and salt to the spots layingthe material in the sun or by a hot stove To brighten zinc rub it hard with a mixture of soft soap and fine send andI polish with oil ons soft cloth Add a drop or two of alcohol to the oil To make amilk trainer as bright anew rub albandful of damp 1tOBon side working it through the strainerV then rub it through from the o ieraide 0 GOOD WORK Printing l FAIR PRICES Kentucky Irish American OFFICE WEST GREEN STREET RECENT DEATHS sympathizing Christopher EndMrs expressions journe- yHOUSEHOLD HINTS ingCover polishin- vvith byagenerou- applicationof CU An excellent cement for mending brokep china is made by mixing plaster of paris or unslacked lime with the white of an egg to the consistency of creamWalnut and fruit stains can be easily removed from the fingers by dipping them in strong tea and brushing with a j nail brush Afterward wash them in warm water During the winter rinse the clothes in J water in which a handful of salt has been dissolved and they will be easier to handle when hanging out and if hung in the sun will partially dry before freezing A good broad shelf with an outer rim for protection and holes bored In the bottom for draining placed either out ide or inside the window sill is a great convenience on which to cool dishes taken from the oven KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Else where Patrick Walsh Council of Augusta Ga has purchased its own home The Rhode Island State banquet willfbe held in Providence on April 24 The council et Rushvllle Ind exem plified the three degrees on Sunday Portsmouth Ohio council initiated a large class on Washingtons birthday The fourth degree members have organizedan assembly in Marinette Wis Louisville Council will initiate a class of about twentyfive on the Sunday fol lowing Easter La Salle Council of Providence cele j brated its fifteenth anniversary with a grand banquet A good sized class received the second and third degrees at Green Bay Wis on Washingtons birthday Buffalo Knights went to Erie last Sun day on a chartered train to assist in con erring the third degree on a class there More than 400 St Louis Knights went to Bonne Terre last Sunday to assist at the institution of the new council there A local court of the Daughters of Isa belle an adjunct to the Knights of Columbus has been organized at Bridge port Conn Three hundred Knights assembled at Natick R I to witness the initiation of a large class District Deputy Loughran and staff conferred the three degree l The council at Columbus Ohio has appointed a committee to arrange some enterprise that will render substantial assistance to the new St Patricks Col lege in that diocese The Ohio State convention will beheld at Cleveland April 29 30 anti May1 More than 100 candidates will receive the three degrees on one of the days that the convention is in session The new council at Jackson Tenn will be instituted on Sunday April 1 Thus far thirtynine applications have beep received It is expected that the council will start out with at least sixty members j A class of 125 members for the joint 1 councils of Minneapolis and St PaulIi were Initiated in the latter city on Thurs day of llast week More than 500 Knights sat down to the banquet which followed j the initiatory exercises The Knights of Columbus Choral ClubI of St Louis seventyeight strong has sung its way into fame It made its firstI appearance last week and found instant favor uDlxieUMy Old Kentucky Home and the StarSpangled Banner were among the selections given GAELIC LEAGUE PROGRESSES The Gaelic League is organizing its schools all over Ireland although the supportItLate advices say that Gaelic teachers and pupils are going right ahead as if the whole British treasury were behind them Private cftcr is doing much to Counteractt the deficiency Caused by the 0gt Dublin have subscribed quite a nice sum thsnational capital DIXON KUMMER Jesse M DIxon and Miss Stella II Rummer were united in matrimeny b the Rev Theodore F John last Bator day The groom Is an artistic tailor an- e di arrived in Louisville from Chicago a few months ago Hlabrldeithe dasRhter ol Mrs Mary Kumuier sad Iis well kvowa M U hair drawer t fc AMUSEMENTS Eddie Girard and Jessie Gardner are the topliners announced for Hopkins Theater next week Their new comedy sketch has been favorably received elsewhere Gus Williams the German dialect comedian and an oldtime favorite will be another feature of the bill All of the turns will be of superior excellence The Isle of Spice a musical comedy that has been favorably received in Louisville in the past will be the offering at Macauleys during the first half of next week George Ades much talked of comedy The College Widow will hold the boards during the last half of the week The Innocent Maids will present two monster burlesques and an olio replete with a diversity of high class acts at the Buckingham Theater next week An extra feature will be the appearance of James Walthour S Co in their great and original racing act horse versus cyclist UIts Up To You John IIenryII Geo V Hobarts new musical comedy that has been so successful in the East will come to Masonic Theater next week Grapewiu and Anna Chance old- avorites here will appear in the leading roles The Princess Skating Rink continues to enjoy an era of prosperity Not only is the floor crowded during afternoons and evenings but private parties have become en regie and have rented the rink for definite nights weeks in advance The Phoenix Hill Rink has cancelled the last of its conflicting dates and each day the number of its patrons increases The management has had to purchase an additional 100 pair of skates and still the supply is got always equal to the demand HINTS ON STYLE Princesse models should be worn only by slim and youthful ladies The deeper Burgandy tints make charming toilettes for matronly figures Spring suitings thus far displayed incline toward the bar and checkeffects Hair line plaids and stripes are among the more attractive of the seasons novel tiesDesigners say that taffeta of the supple sari durable kind will be worn again the seasonLittle change is looked for in prevail ing styles until toward the last two weeks in Lent An effort is being made to push the soft heavy surah for street wear during the coming season A few of the more audacious modistes- are experimenting with less formal mus- lins lawns and linens Swell hats will be in vogue during the coming spring and milliners are exerting themselves in designing the latest styles Prom Paris come rumors of long plain sleeves of modified muttonleg type though American modistes insist that the elbow sleeve is to reign Miss Alice Roosevelts trousseau Included several gowns on Empire lines hence models of this sort promise to be all the rage in the approaching season Milliners are experimenting in new small hats draped in chiffon with the hope that the chiffon draperies will obtain a vogue as emphatic as they enjoyed last summer The most serviceable and desireable corset covers are made of nainsook with trimmings of Valenciennes lace Both materials launder perfectly and the lace is the most durable known Economical and stylish women appear to have banded together to refrain from buying new toilettes until after the buyers have returned from New York with the latest spring advices from Paris For figures with excessive width at the hips and waist and where the shoulders are corresponding narrow it is a good plan to have a wide yoke reaching slightly over the top of the sleeves in cape fashion ELEVATED TO PURPLE The Rev bather Nevin F Flster theeEvangelist Boston has been raised to the dignity of the purple with the title of Monsignor The promotion came as a tribute for his wook in establishing an workersYfr niaJorityofiattend this mesa every Sunday Archbishop Ryan of Philadelphia presidedl I aBdtheIllevI the sermon FRflNK FEHR INOORFOBATEID BREWING 60 1 Brewers and BottlersLOUISVILLE KY DRINK Hofbrau Pilsen r Beer BREWED BY SENN Sc ACKERMAN- BRE ING cOZWPANYJNOORPORA ED TELEPHONE 4tl2 LOn VULG Kr PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELEPHONE nsoLouisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Ste Cumb Phone Main 1913 Phoaca r3THnWIEDEMANNt BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent tvr Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR I1ENTelephone ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN F OERTEiLBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY jour R PRANa 6VVALTERS Clay=Street BreweryI 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY 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 EXCHANGEI LOUIS WABNITZ cO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET The Busy Mans Line BETW- EENLOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE ST LOUIS and- SOUTIIWEST IS VIA LOUISVILLE HENDERSON li ST LOUIS RY HENDERSON ROUTE Pullman Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars Special roundtrip homeseekers rates to south westandwestbrstmdthlydTueedoysFebruaryand orsdo Texas Mexico and New Mexico on sale alt1006ron sale first and third Tuesdays of February and CalitNorthwest on Y Feb 15 to Apr 7 Ask us for rates J U GAI- l JJUJHKR Traveling Pass Agent IJ IRWIN Agente We do fiat job printing Try Q t v 1 MANHATTANRESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NKJHT 504 WJefferson StrtetOTTO E VENT PMirletw Home Phone 4719 CBBhua HENRY AAIJ1 J1 PPOLS DYER AND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing ABM WORK GUARANTEED Phone aftjs 528 Fifth l WE MANUFACTURE LOUISVILLEWOOD FIBER PLASTER 100 POUNDS Kentucky Wall Plastir dIncorporated Brook sari River L ttnltlc 1TELEPHONE 2287 Also raUnKthe Hoo l rkIKlS wr Jeff r onvillellad tl leJlhCIM o L1 Vvv itff- tvviiy Tri l I S- Ja Seven Days CleanUp Sale Everything thats left from the SweepingOut- Sale Mers Boys Ladies and Girls Shoes and Slippers Sale started yesterday ends March 10 Ladies 250 Kid Pumps 135 t Ladies 3 Shoes all sizes + l9o Mens 350 Shoes at 265 Boys 150 Calf Shoes 95 Misses and Childrens 2 Shoes 95 And Many Other Bargains Just As Good I I BOSTON SHOE COLADIES N STORE 553 FOURTH AVE i STORE 534 FOURTH AVE 0000000 I frTHE HOUSETH AT PLATT BUILT j t I Everything Uptodate in MENS Shirts FURNISHINGStI tI Outfits Our Specialties SID PLATT CO Fourth and Main I i JOHN II COWMAN President DICK SHANIBV Secretary is s The Parrandl =Cecilian PianoT- HE I 5 PIANO EVERY ONE CAN PLAY We shall be very glad to give you any information in regard to it if yon wil- laD II or write us The FarrandCeciuan is built with the famous Fanana patent Separable Feature By simply loosening a few bolts the entire front of the moo including the keydesk can be removed and the piano thus separated Into few parts PRICE 65000 Payments if desired Music ten cents a roll MONTENEGRO = RIEtlM MUSIC CO 4 OZ2SOOO FOURTH AVENUE i s REMEMBERa THAT THE BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO BUY i0 I URNITURLOF M FMAYER L 419 W MARKET STREET JI I IIr i NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENTf N- GOOD 0 PRESENT LIKEI JEWELRY We have Jewelry and other presents for the whole family at 50 per cent less than other jewelers can possibly sell for p 1 SEE US FIRST I Jr BRUNN JEWELER 530 WEST MARKET h sSTlie Gildse Rogers BOOK GO iPRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE 4 Give us a call JSTfinestBOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OP EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 W Jefierson Street N h11 111I Best Coffee in Town My 3 Lbs for 5flc GCOd clean coffee FRESHLY ROASTED and therefore stronger and better every war than what you- BtaciGreen get the groceries Phqne for package Mixed Tea 45c per Rebate Tickets worth trade free with every dollar worth MULLOY COFFEE Pb9nlJ2J SD1 VV 11d AYtICI3 STREET Ni 11 1111 111 11 1 1 loot 1 1 1 1 1 11 HuH 11 I 111 1 +I+lqo be R Company INOORMIIIATID idtrsdkrs I Bargain Special J8rable Bilbett oilersters IC fUCRtatiVtt Of PixmwGlu4 Types f wrlKf for Itclttlltkf tpcwriterS- KynNes ljIbbo C- ITerall ma HMs ty S i p at a or lb 6c In tROASTER I l t t c t HIM BOOK aNa P4 r fox- masaictwrtrs tetra antfGteen t ottf jj ie in Qr fltr rUphoistery Department OO I i THE MOST COMPLETE DEPT IN LOUISVILLE- Wei are arranging our Upholstery department and by the addition of new fixturesi io this department will be when completed the most uptodate Upholstery department in the city iArabian Lace Curtains Reduced i widthilength and the patterns are unusually iand attractiveiRegular 450 Curtains Reduced to 400 i iRegular 500 Curtains Reduced to4bOi 4751Il II J9SON I MARKET STREET BET THIRD AND FOURTH 06flnee e O n0+ ee at 169rtt HIBERNIANS I What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes The Rhode Island State officials wi pay a forma visit tomorrow to Division 20 of Providence Seven Pry tions for membership were offered at the last meeting of Division 9 of Providence Twentytwo candidates received tb four degrees at the last meeting of the division in Westerly R I Division 8 of Pawtucket conferred th fourth degree on thirty candidates at the last meeting of the division- St Raphael Auxiliary has been organ ized at Dubuque Iowa with a charts- membership of twentyseven It is expected that the combined seventy divisions in Boston will have 10000 menin line on St Patricks day The Hon tames JJ Dolan op National President will be the principal orator at the Emmet celebration in Boston on filarcU 4 The Hon M V Gannon will addres- the members of the order at Davenport + Iowa on Progressive Ireland on St Patricks night- Davenport Hibernians bave decided to remodel their han by adding new cloak rooms and to malts the hail more suitable for lodge meetings A class of eleven was initiated at Brainerd Mina last week Nearly all the State officers of the order took part in conferring the degrees Division 7 of Syracuse conferred the first and second degrees on a class of fif teen Thursday night There are seven applications pending besides The Rev Father Judge editor of the New World will address the members ot the order in Chicago on the occasion off the St Patricks day celebration Only the military organizations affiliated with the order are likely to parade in Providence on March 18 Each division will bold its own appropriate exer rises Quite a number of propositions for membership are pending before DivisionI 1 of Duluth The officers desire to double the membership during the present year The Ladies Auxiliary of PIpestone county Mirfn recently served supper to a large crowd The net receipts which1 were quite large were donated to th Church of Our Lady of Good Counsel The Boston Hibernians will celebrate e Emmets birthday on March 4 with a1 literary and musical programme while St Patricks day will be celebrated withl the greatest parade ever seen iu the oldI Bay State Members of the order in Buffalo have determined to make the forthcbmn celebration of St Patricks day the most notable ever held in the city Eve Irish Catholic society in Erie county has been asked to participate Ladies Auxiliary to Division 9 of New York City held its third annual barn dance on the eve of Washingtons birtbI day Members of the Brooklyn Gaelic Society gave exhibitions of Irish dancing and prizes were awarded to those who appeared in the most original Irish cos tum s- At Dubuque members of the order are preparing for an allday celebration I They will attend mass in the morning atC one of the churches hold a reception in the afternoon and at night a dramatic club made up of members of the order will present the stirring Irish drama Kathleen MavourneenCAt Dunkirk NYthe members will I attend iu a body a requiem mass to be celebrated for the repose of the soul of the late State Chaplain Father A Brady They will also Bernardl I Patricks day and Emmets birthday and ii are preparing to introduce the study of i Irish history in the parochial schools MANOAN HEARD FROM John Mangan a prominent member of i Division 4 4 0 H and well and favor ably known in St Louis Bertrands positionswitht 1 Cal Hb LwUvillc frUftdi will bexglad I a a 0- n SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O HD- IVISION 1 Meets on tie Second and Fourth tUe3 day Evenings of Each Month MulloyitClines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan JV Financial Secretary Peter J Cuskk 1911 Blink street- Treasurer Thomas Walsh SergeantiaUATms Edward Craddick eDrViSIDN 2 Meets on the First and third Frida Evenings of Each Month- e President Con1 it Ford Vice President WilHamT Meehan Treasurer Owen KeSran Recording Secretary Joseph T Lynch KeaneyrDIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third1 Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick JL Welsh Vice President Jbhn Hennessy 1Recording Secretary Dennis j Cole Plnanciat9ecretaryIDanielj DcugHk erty ButlersSergeantatAtmsTboma9 Nbonv SentinelMartin Sheehan- DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month PresidentJbhn Av Murphy Vice President Jpseph I Eenihm Recording Secretary Kank P B rlt Financial Stcretary Emmet OSuIllII van 1520 Seventh stree- tTreasurerWilliamn Connelly SergeantatAtmsRobert MitchelK nabroDIVISION Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County Pjesldent Michael Kenecy G1easnfTreasuretLouis Constantine Recording Secretary JL B Murphy Jr PlnancialSecreteryjohn Xiuney Ser eant at arm John E Muvphy DoorkeeperEugenltConstantbie Banner Carrier Timothy Kinaey MarshalJohn A Kennedy y Dd lfo MACKIN COUNCIL 2iMeets Tuesday Evenings at Club House BSOTwentysixth Street RaidyFirstJ Kteffer Second Vice President Oliver Put tone Recording Secretary Jofen L Boland Corresponding Secretary Frank lana han Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 2143 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber MullarkeyInside Outside SentinelLouis Kinsella pagCOLLEGry112 W Broadway Louisville Ky ClassicaScientiSeanda WetlltquippedGymnasium to learn that Mr Managau is doing well1 in the far West QUARTERLY MEETINQ t The quarterly meeting of the St Vincent de Pauls Society will be held at St Francis Hall in the basement of the Cathedral of the Assumption at 3 oclock tomorrow afternoon Every local conference kiss been advised of this meeting and the probabilities are that the halt 1 will not be large enough to bold the Vincentians The Rev Father William Jilensaddress Tomorrow morning all the local Vincentians will receive holy communion at their respective churches Ic K of AThe cost of a glass of beer dally secures to a man of family at the age of thirty four years a Benefit Certifi cate of 1000 with the Catholic Knights- of America Write to President Peliz Gaudln New AnthonyMetre dLouisfour Telephones twelve at Wagons and Horses this means Cuacaden Delivers ice Cream quick IJ r U IRELAND Record of the float Important of the Recent EVents Culled From Exchange 5 Tire Umericlc Board of Gfwnrffans has adopted thee system of giving outdoor relief money The Gaelic league classes in laundry and cookery are meeting with splendid success ro Jrill rriiTile whole of County Kerry turned out to welcome ODouovan Rosa dur lug his resent visit to Killaarney Charles MacGHlycuddy son of the MacGillyeuddy of the Reeks died recently at Marina County Cork A party of Orange drummers paraded the streets in Cough County Tyrone and broke the windbws in three Catholic housesThe Unionists i11 the Derry corpora tion have voted solidly in favor of pre senting an adtiress tothe new Eord Lieu tenant The tradesmen ands manufacturers cf Omagto haveformed conference for the development the trading industries of the town Tile remains of James Quinlnu a stu dent at the aUinburg University have been interred at Mallow where his ancestors sleep His Eminence Cardinal ILogua iiw in lefteinstructions that no letters were to be- forwardedtohim At the nineteenth semiannual meet ing of the Dublin Tramways Company dividends of 6i pct cent were declared on common and preferred stock Herd Ionbnderry m a recent speech ab Belfast admitted that the loss of West Belfast was disastrous to tire cause of the Conservative and ITnionist parties His UnrcJship the Binhop oF Kildare and Leighlin presided over It meeting in Carlow when a branch of the Irish Industrial Development Association was formed Miss Josephine Malp of Rathganny and Miss Mary Evans of Ballynacraggy have been received into the convent of the order of Perpetual Adoration County Lei trfla The Very Rev Father Nicholas C Hore of Rathangau County Wexford died suddenly at his parish house He was sixtyfive years old and was reputed to be one of the greatest scholars in the diocese of Ferns The Rev Father Dunne O S F who recently returned from Australia died in Dublin a few days ago He had labored many years on the mission in Australia and was brought home with a view to recuperating bis health A resolution congratulating the Hone John E Redmond on the result of the general elections has been adopted by UnitedEurged in resolutions to express a demand of manhood suffrage The Limerick and Clare Farmers Club has adopted a series of resolutions suggesting changes in the manner of fix 1ing fair rents by the Lord Commission The same resolution requests the Irish Parliamentary party to bring forward a compulsory purchase bill at the earliest opportunity WARNING Advices from the East warn priests and superiors of religious houses to be on the lookout for a smooth traveling salesman who claims to represent a New York electroplating and church supply com His methpds are to palm off what purports to be valuable gold chalices and monstrances at exceedingly low cash prices In Sbme cases he has even succeeded in exchanging his worthless goods for valuable old silver and gold church vessel besides getting a cash consideration DEFRAINB COUNCIL Grand Firat Vice President and of Trinity Council Albert F FreslII tinwill visit Defraine Council Y Lebanon tomorrow and will address tbq members at 2 Cj clock Quite a num her of Trinitys metnbra will accompany Mr Martia to MaridH county t u II GREATACEBeing t I i Iron Beds in Louisville We show the best variety and most handsome designs at the low II rangingIFrom 250 to 25 y JAMES GREENES425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET +H t + + + + + t t t t t t t + t t t t t f p a I BE SURE TO CALL FOR iiI I I McKENNA I 1 II WHISKY I IIffftI II a a 9 111 H N 11 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