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T r KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN I IIIVOLUME XVI =NO 10 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 10 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS Il ST VINCENT Followers of the Illustrious Ex ponent of Charity Held Quarterly Meotlug Eloquent Address by Father Gausepohl Touched the Entire Throng Earnest Words From Other Priests Had Beneficial JIIt Effect CATHOLIC SPiRIT PERVADED ALL After the transfiguration on Mount Tabor one of the apostles said to our SaviorII Lord It is good for us to be here The same sentiment must have been echoed in the heart of each of the 600 or 700 Catholic men who attended the quarterly meeting of the St Vincent de Paul Society in St Francis Hall last Sunday afternoon It was a great meet Ing and an edifying sight to see so many men together in such a cause They met not for personal aggrandizement but to I each in hisshow that they were trying Own way to do the work of his Savior There were merchants lawyers physi cians politicians laborers contractors mechanics policemen firemen brokers and in short men of every trade and calling Many of the clergy were accom panied by members of their respective conferences James T Campbell President of the Particular Council called the meeting to order at 3 oclock On the rostrum with him were the Rev father P M J Rock Spiritual Director of the society the Rev Father William Gausepohl pastor of St Mary Magda lens church and John A Doyle Secre tary of the Particular Council After prayers by Father Rock the newr Members were called forward and obli gated by President Campbell There were probably fifty new members in all and nearly every one of the local conferences were represented in the list President Campbell made a brief but excellent talk on the duty of Vincen tiansand the dignity of membership in the society The annual reports from the various conferences were then read The report from St Patricks confer ence read by President Edward J OBrien showed that the average attendance at its meetings for the year was 117 During the year 1905 70285 had been collected from the members in weekly payments and the donations amounted to 20365 additional He also told of the effort made by very young men in the congregation to join St Patricks conference As a consequence an auxiliary or Vincentian sodality had been formed It has a membership of sixtyfive and an average attendance at holy communion of fortysix This report was received with a volley of applause One by one the reports were read and each conference had some special feature either in feeding the hungry clothing the naked visiting the s jails giving spiritual comfortwell in lat took in all the works of mercy spiritual and corporal John A Doyle told what was being done at the School of Reform Thomas K Hines told what his committee was doing at the jail and President Camp bell expressed his gratification and edification at the large attendance On behalf of the Particular Council he announced that that body had elected two Vice PresidentsEdward J OBrien of St Patricks conference and Edward J Hosier of St Brigids conference The Rev Father Gausepohl was intro duced to deliver the principal address and right ably did he acquit himself JHe congratulated the men on their large attendance It overwhelmed him he said to see so many men since iu his church there were more bonnets than bare heads Progress through life he said is comparatively brief hence we must try to be useful while we are here I must ask myself said Father Cause ipohl what advantage will I be of to you today The reverend speaker recounted several anecdotes that put all in a good humor and after that greeted those present as members of the foremost society of Catholic laymen in the world True Catholic charity he told them flowed from the fatherhood of God and the brotherhood of man He contrasted philanthropy and Catholic charity The one is like a woman who admires herself in a glass the other is like a mother who forgets herself in nurturing her children Fish were created to swim birds to fly beasts to roam the fields Man was created to love honor and serve God- Father William laid great stress on the value of words ot kindness Give me toe said a Vincentian who has the principles of the society at heart and like with the lever of Archimedes I can move the world He also told about the a approaching golden jubilee of St Johns conference He urged all to go ahead with their good works and to fortify themselves with frequent communions In conclusion be recited an original poem composed in honor of the occa aloe It is reproduced in another column After the opplatwe that followed Father GaMsepobls address had died away yatker Rock WM called upon He Mid I he was chanted witk the reports read I O C 0 4 andwith the large attendance He urged all to pay particular attention to their owu sanctification Their lives should be spotless he told them and he bade all to avoide blasphemy and impurity Every Viscentian said Pother Rock shout read good Catholic literature andl he paid a special tribute to the Record The Very Rev Father Cronin Vicar General and pastor of St Patricks wasI the next speaker He said that when so many men were gathered together iin such a cause it was an evidence that the world is not going to total decay an i corruption With such a Vincentian society the church in Louisville was well safeguarded The Very Rev Father Louis G Deppen was the next speaker He declared the meeting was without a peer in membership and spirit I am gratified he said at such an evidence of Catholic life This meeting is an honor to old Kentucky to old Louisville to all of us I Father Deppen said the members need not fear the realization to I found an industrial home for boys Lethe t Bishop appoint a priest for the purpose and charge him with the work as ii- he if were building a church You will se e the beginning in a twelvemonth H spoke also concerning the necessity for a large Catholic hall In conclusion he lounged the blessing of God on all The Rev Father Murphy was the last speaker He was very brief but said that such a gathering filled his soul with enthusiasm Father Rock closed the meeting with prayer MAGNIFICENT Richmonds New Cathedral Finest Church Edifice in the South Richmond Catholics are making great preparations for the dedication of their magnificent Cathedral which is declared to be the handsomest edifice in the entire South It was erected at a cost of 500 000 and the money was donated by Mr and Mrs Thomas F Ryan of New York The dedicatory services will be held at Eastertide and many noted church dignitaries will assist in the solemn cere monies The building is artistic in every par ticular Inside and outside precedence has been given everywhere to the beauti ful Under the chancel there has been erected a mausoleum in which the bodies of Mr and Mrs Ryan and the Bishops of the Rchmonddiocese willrspo3e after death The dedication of the church will bean event marking an epoch in the history of Southern Catholicism The church has been completed in every particular GENERAL COUNCIL French Catholics Have Been Summoned to Deal With Situation A cablegram from Rome which bears all the earmarks of authenticity says It has just been decided that as soon as the new French Bishops have taken charge of the administration of their dio ceses a general council of the French hierarchy will be called to meet in a provincial town probably in the city of Lyons to adopt the measures necessary tp meet the situation created for the church in France by tbe passage of the laws of separation from the State Already the congregation of extraordin ary ecclesiastical affairs which has charge of tbe French business of the church has issued a detailed programme tQ all the French Bishops regarding the questions to be especially attended to at the coun cil so that all the measures to be adopted in France may be in keeping with the laws of the chnrch The congregation strictly enjoins that each of the French cures shall select the seven members who are to compose each association from among the most reliable and faithful Catholics of his parish and that every one of them shall furnish a written agreement not to dispose of any parcel or article of ecclesiastical property without the consent of the Bishop of the diocese The council will also adopt the rules which are to govern the future appointments of new Bishops and parish priests in Prance much on tbe same line with the system now prevailing in the Unitod States BUSINESS ENERGY Permeated Members of Divis ion 3 On Last Monday Night Division 3 A O H met Monday night with President Welsh in the chair The attendance was fair but the mem bers were full of business and energy Michael Quinn was reported ill while William Burns and John Lynch were reportedwell George J Butler made a report on the St Patricks day celebration and D J Coleman made a good natured talk oil the hall arrangements The committee from Division 3 had almost closed a deal for temporary quar ters for its meeting but in view of tbe fact that it was deemed advisable for the four divisions to use the same hall the matter was held In abeyance It is prac tically certain that the committee will decide to remain with the other three divisions During the venhg many of the members made Excellent talks for the good of the order a r Jrr n c THOUGHTFUL Tho Rev Father Oasailly Writes On Timely Educational Problem Young Men and Women of Am StatedUniversities Question of Primary Instruc tion Solved by Parochial School System DOCUMENT FULL AND COMPREHENSIVE CassillyePresident of St Ignatius College at Chicago had a most excellent and com prehensive article on Catholic Students at State Universities in the February issue of the Ecclesiastical Review Father Cassilly is the eldest son of Bernard Cas I silly the retired contractor of this city and is a brother of John Cassiily the official stenographer He has several other brothers and sisters who are well known and highly respected in Louis ville His article is too long for the Kentucky Irish American to print in its entiretyAfter setting forth the great advances made in the parochial school system dur ing the past forty years Father Cassilly saysIt is encouraging to perceive that we have set about solving the problem of common school education for Catholic children on the right principles and by right methods And there is little doubt that the intelligence perseverance and slf sacrifice shown by priest and layman alike in the upbuilding of our parochial school system will continue to be enlisted in the good cause until the public school question is finally settled on a right and equitable basis Public opinion is veering around to our side and in all probability the day will come if we hold together when the religious problem in our common schools will be a thing of the past II Primary educatipnJhenjUeedticarcely cause us any anxious foreboding Secondary and higher education owing to the greater difficulties of securing competent teachers in sufficient number proper equipment and buildings still presents considerable difficulties Moreover we have much competition to face in this field Among our competitors there is one which has been silently growing up in our midst This is the State University The State University took its rise in the land grant of Congress in 1862 by which public lands were set apart for the founding of State agricul tural colleges These colleges have been founded in everincreasing numbersuntil now they exist in tortytwo States in the Union Someof them still remain only agricnltural colleges or experiment sta tions while others have grown into splendid universities Father Cassilly then proceeds to give figures concerning the attendance of Catholic students at these State univer sities Michigan and Minnesota have 250 each while Kentucky has but eight een In all there are about 2000 Cath olic young men and women attending these universities It is Father Cassillys aim to devise a system of higher educa tion for such ambitious young Catholics and to draw them as far as possible into Catholic institutions where there would be no danger of them losing their faith He also urges that chaplain beI appointed for these State universities and that Catholic societies be formed among the students In conclusion Father Cassilly says These suggestions are not put forward with any intention of criticising the noble efforts already made by the Catho tie body but rather with the idea ofI calling attention to a new phase of educational conditions Nor is it to be expected that State university education will prove a desirable or acceptable sub stitute for the Simonpure Catholic edu cation of our own Institutions Far from it Our Catholic institutions will probably have to continue as in the past to supply our Catholic leaders of thought Jut without detriment to our own noble Institutions of learning it would seemI that energetic and prudent action byI Catholics toward relieving the situation would go far to stop one great source of leakage in the church of today VACATION EXTENDED The legislative enactment providing for an extension of the vacation of the Judge of the Criminal Division of the Jefferson Circuit Court has passed the House with out dlscent This will give Judge Joseph L Pryor an additional vacation of two weeks the same as enjoyed by the other Judges OREOORIAN CHANT The Right Rev Camillias P Macs Bishop of Covington addressed the Gre gorian Society at the monthly meeting oil Monday night Next Monday morn ing the Gregorian Society of Coviugton will Celebrate its first anniversary by attending high mass at the Cathedral The Very Rev Father art Vicar General will celebrate the mass The music will be entirely Gregorian I n u J JSUPERIOR Will Be Character of Music Offered by St Pat ricks Choir Lovers of good music will unite with patriotic Irishmen on March 17 when alll assemble at St Patricks church to attend the high mass at 9 oclock The Very Rev Father J P Cronin will be celebrant of the mass all the Louisville clergy will occupy seats in the sanctuary and the sermon will be preached by the Rev Father Hogarty I Organist L A Scbmitt has arranged the following musical progremme marchjWatsouTwelfth Chorus Ave Mpria L A Schmitt Venl Creater trio for soprano tenor and basso La Hacjie I Offertory andante concerto Mendels sohn by Charles Lctzler violins Pdstlude Irish Jirs Charles Letzler violin E Eichhorn cornet William Hodapp director Leo A Schmitt organist The best singers in the Louisville Catholic choirs will assist in rendering the above excellent programme TRINITY 4 COUNCIL I I Held a Rousing Meeting and Heard Bneo raging Com mittee Reports Trinity Council peld one of its old fashioned rousing meetings on Monday night President Martin occupied the chair and kept business on the jump The Sick Committee reported that S Parnell Barrett Join P Waechter W N Gast and Stephen Clark who have been ill are improving Val Rampf and Lawrence Hoffman were elected to membership Three new applications were received The Skating Rink Committee reported success for that venture President Mar tin appointed the following committee to arrange for the councils annual ban quet John J Sullivan Sr James B Kelly T J Gar ey Edward Kelty Joseph Heheman JR P Dawson and Fred Gerard Louis Kempf was elected custodian of the councils property President Martin gave a detailed bodingteamannounced that delegations from the councils in J those cities would pay a return visit to Louisville tpnight and tomorrow Albert F Martin James B Kelly and Tom J Garvey were appointed a committee to entertain the visitors during their stay here The council decided to hold an open meeting in honor of the visitors at 2 oclock tomor row afternoon Members and their friends are invited to be prese- ntSURPRISED ItSJ tt New Uniform Rank Company Paid Visit to Branch 26 C K of A JlJ Branch 25 C K of A Meld aVeil attended meeting Monday night and the members were agreeably surprised by a visit from the new Uniform Rank under personal command of Adjt Gen Michael Reichert The meeting was in session only a few minutes when the tread of many feet caused the members to pause in their work Sentinel Naughton opened the wicket received the password and then threw open the door Gen Reichert and the company of twentyone men in full uniform entered the ball amid great applausePresident William F Meeban bade the military men welcome in behalf of the tranch Regular business was dispensed with and the meeting turned into a social session and smoker with Gen Reichert in charge Col Joseph P McGinu Col Soeter and Recorder McGinn made brief addresses on the progress that the new company was making in learning milii tary tactics President Meyer of Branch 6 told what service his pastor the Rev Father Ohle of St Martins church was lending tbe Uniform Rank and the order in general Cigars were passed and all enjoyed a pleasant evening while the new military company amused them with an exhibition of their evolutions It was announced during the evening that Supreme President Gaudin will come to Louis on 1122 10NEST1HKN FOUN John J Barry of the Kentucky Irish American has had his confidence in human nature restored Recently he lost a valuable fountain pen and his previous experiences led him to believe that he would never see it again He deter mined to make one more effort to find out if there was an honest man in the world Like Diogenes he used a lantern but lighted it with printers ink After waiting nearly a week Mr Barry decided that Honesty is tbe best policy had fallen into a state of inoc nous desuetude as Grover Cleveland would say He changed his opinion on Thursday when Nathan W Worley an I assessor for the Louisville Water Company notified him that he had found the pen Mr Barry identified bis property and it was promptly restored to him Mr Worley declined to be photographed so that the whole world might Me from the pages of the Kentucky Iriott American the picture of an oneet mat r 0 F PROGRAMME Of Superior Mont Arrangerl For St Patricks Day Entertainment Only Irish Vocal and Instru mental Music Will Bo Rendered County Board Discussed Im portant Matters at the Last Session HALL AFFAIR TO BE DISCUSSED The County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians held a special meeting last Sunday and discussed many important questions Vice President Dougherty presided and able appeals for unity of action in the new hall movement were I made by Messrs Peter Cusick John M Mulloy and George J Butler These talks were brought about because some of the members were in favor of each division meeting in a separate hall Such a movement it was pointed out wouldscatter the paraphernalia used in initiations and in other ways tend toward disorganizationMessrs Hennessy and Dennis J Coleman both of Division 3 favored the four divisions meeting in the same hall but only in case the new home was pur chased Messrs Mulloy and Butler favored retaining the present quarters in the Hopkins Theater for another year ampletimecentral site for the hall Joseph L Lenihan favored uniting the four divisions in one He pleaded for harmony and said unless unity of pur pose prevailed the ball would never be come an accomplished fact He spoke urgently against hasty action by the County Board and insisted that the hall committee be given sufficient time to act He wanted a site selected that would be finallydecidedthe present headquarters were relin quished National Director Butler reported the musical programme arranged for the St Patricks day entertainmont to be held at Macauleys Theater on Sunday evening March 18 The numbers are as iol lowsMale quartette Slumber Song Hines Messrs Theodore OToole Jo seph Hubbuch James P Roche and James McGill Piano solo Rustle of Spring Sind ing Miss Josephine McGill AddresslIon John F Keating PRocheLViolin solo John F furanion Soprano solo Come Back to Erin Miss Josephine Hoertz Mrs Fred Hang accompanistMale Good Night Be loved Pinsati Messrs Theodore OToole Joseph Hubbuch James P Roche and James McGill Miss Josephine McGill will be accom panist for all the vocalists saye Miss Jo sephine Hoertz I l Lo I Reserved seats have been plikcedon sale at Thomas Keenans 1225 West Market street and at John jil Mulloys coffee emporium 214 West Market street Tbe board adjourned to meet on the evening of Friday March 9 Thomas Scallys orchestra will furnish the preliminary music andwill also dis course Irish airs between the numbers Prof Scallys programme will be as fol lowsOpening march Tipperary Felton Waltz Sweet Katie Callahan BhererMedley Keep a Little Cozy Corner in Your Heart for Me Schmidt March My Irish Molly 01 Van Alstine and Schwartz Irish medley Sounds from Erin Patrick Sarsfield Gilmore March Silver Heels Neil Morel March Goodbye Sweet Marie DuffyIntermezzo Iola Paulsen MACKIN COUNCIL I Change or the Meeting Night DimInutionIIn Attendance Mackin Council Y M I held an well attended onMondayTuesdaytowere particularly gratified that so few forgot that a change had been made As usual every officer was present and President Raidy felt quite chesty when he glanced around and saw the hall I filled Joseph Wald and Ben Ausdenmore improvingCharlesKleebamer condition of Alfred Bader who is ill at Denver Col was reported very serious The members expressed sorrow on his theIhis speedy recovery or happy death Two supplications were land reportedfavorably c 4 on the death of Joseph Brauer who was buried Monday were adopted and a copy was ordered sent to the bereaved family Tbe Revision Committee announced that it had revised the bylaws of the council and would submit a detailed report next Monday night President Raidy then announced that there would be an initia tion on the evening of Monday March 26 when a class of twentyfive will receive the three degrees St Catherines Council New Haven sent a communication to the effect that it had a large class of candidates to be initiated The members were desirous of having the degrees conferred by Mackins team The Corresponding Secretary was then authorized to reply that Mackins degree team would exemplify the work on any Sunday that the New Haven candidates chose to appear in this city John Kinney John Carr and F J Klein were awarded buttons for securing three new members each Samuel Robertson urged the younger members to assist in building up the order If tbe good work continued he said the gymnasium would soon be tbe best equipped in the city James Shel ley Louis J Kieffer and William Kerberg made interesting talks along tbe same lines CHEESED POPE 1 American SalTttfs Pleased With Reception by Plus X Fifty sailors from the American squad ron now at Naples had an audience with our Holy Father Pope Pius X last week Capt Theodore H Lowe of the Brook lyn Capt George L Bayard Dr James L Belnap Lieutenant Commander Fred crick C Bowers and Ensigns Lewis S Cox Jr and John J Fitspatrick accom panied the sailors The Americans who spent the morning in sight seeing were received by the Pope in the afternoon The Pope presented each of the visitors with a medal Then he delivered an address thanking the Americans for coming to Rome for tbe purpose of salute ing the head of their religion and urging them all as defenders of the American flag to be always loyal to the pledges they had taken to be true and faithful Christians The Pope then blessed all the Americans and their families and the religious objects which the sailors had with them Before leaving the Pon tiff shook hands with the American officersairdlhesailors gavriTth7eenearty cheers for the Pope TOURNAMENT Of American Bowling Con gress Will Brng Thou sands Here The national tournament of the American Bowling Congress will apes at the new Armory Sixth and Walnut streets on the evening of March 17 and will continue until and including March 27 Bowling teams have entered from Maine to California and from the Lakes to the Gulf Tbe money prizes will exceed those offered by any previous tournament by several thousand dollars and as a consequence great rivalry exists among the various bowlers The importance of the tournament can be conjectured when one realizes that StILouis and Philadelphia are in the con test to secure it next year The subscriptions to defray the necessary ex penses have not come up to expectations thus far because Louisville merchants doI not all seem to realize the importance of it On the contrary the railroads bave granted half rates to Louisville onI account of this attraction in the territory from Buffalo Pittsburg and the Vir ginias on the East to the Mississippi river on the West and from the Lakes to the Gulf This will not only bring thousands of bowlers but it will bring many other visitors who will take advantage of the half rates To Col J H Haager President of the American Bowling Congress is due the thanks of the Louisville public for his untiring efforts in securing the tournament and for the able manner in which he has organized his forces for the recep tion and entertainment of the visitors H F Smithers Secretary of the localI committee is a very busy man these days Any particular information de sired can be had by communicating with him at 218 Third streetIS U FOR SHERIFF Mlchaal A Wall Will Add Much Strength to His Party The Democratic candidates for Clark county Ind were nominated at pri maries held on Saturday Michael A Wall a prominent youug Irish Catholic was nominated for Sheriff He had two very strong candidates opposed to him Mr Wall is a young man of strongper sonal magnetism and his nomination is practically equivalent to an election- It is to be regretted that Barnard A Coll was defeated for the nomination for Circuit Clerk GRAND EUCHRE Branch 5 of the CalhoHcKnIghts and Ladies of merkwiII give a grand euchre in their hall St Cecilia street between Twentyfifth and Twentysixth AprillOMasy c NECESSITY Of Being Recollected and Dc vout During the Sacri fice of Mass C r- How the Celebrant GraduallyiPrepares For the Very Essence 3 Attention as Well as Intention On Part of tbe Faithful Is Required 5 DIFFERENT PARTS OF THE SERVICE Inattention during the celebration of mass is not scandalonly offend God by making a mockery of religion but they are prone to excite comment maybeSunday a on the great Catholic holidays our separated brethren visit our churches and are profoundly impressed with the devotion exhibited by many There are others who appear to attend mass merely as a matter of form or to display their new garmentsThe Catholic takes part with the Christhimselflate for mass is a cause of distraction to others yet there are many who never hasbeguncatechism or book of religious instruc tion Many of them are unable to tell one part of the mass from another The priest begins mass with a psalm of praise to God This is followed by the confiteor or confession of sin before the court of heaven The Kyric Elelson from two Greek words meaning Lord have mercy on us is repeated nine times thrice to God the Father thrice to God HolyGhostExcelsis is recited or intoned to remind all of the glory of God on high the glory which He intends us to share If we live according to his teachings The first artcfctioaHMWJt calledthe + Collect laysbeforetheir vows and desires collecte3 t theCollectsaysGremus prayJoined apostlesorcomes next spiritualliferight the center of the altar and the priest dayAsdirectly after the gospel The Nicene Creed Is then recited to show that we believe in the teachings of Christ In olden days catechumens or those in course of instruction for baptism were not permitted to remain in the rtcitedThereal sacrifice by offering the bread and wine to the Father in heaven This is called the offertory The preface is next in order preceding the consecration of the bread and wine and is a prayer in which the uptheircelebrant repeats thrice Sanctusl Sane HolyHolylcapon in silence This is a prayer for those for whom the sacrifice is offered that is to say for the Catholic church for the government for particular friends and all who are present at the sacrifice Then is a prayer of commemoration to the saints begging God that their merits and intercession will be available to him and to grant tbe faithful present grace and protection The consecration is the very essence the sacrifice and tbe priest uses the sa words used by our Lord and Savior wl He instituted the holy sacrament of t Eucharist The priest prays that th2 sacrifice may be acceptable in the sight of God and offers another prayer for the dead as well as for those present As the time for communion arrives he pre pares the people for its reception by reciting the first and greatest oS prayers the Our Father In whirL petition our Heavenly Creator to give us our daily bread and ask that we be AgnusDelthat all who receive must be in peace with the whole worldand that all may receive with pure heartsFoHowinK the coriplettonofwith a prayer of thanksgiving It is not absolutely necessary to have your prayer book in attending mace but toavoi4distractious upontheJesus Christ In order to hear mass properly one must have an earnest Intention of uniting spiritually with the priest and he must give the divine mysteries therein enacted strict attention Thus intention as well as attention r ttb o lately necessary ifwe want ip hear mass properly Many persons follow the mysteries of thejaaM by a private recital of the tog tt4atIabsolute attentio rtqaMttf I i 11- tr 1 CJiY1TTLT r o KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflltIMMItMI- tllllllllMMIIr Itetfeted to the Moral mad Social Advancement of all Irisk Am rlca B t KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO PUBLISH EnS DESCRIPTION PRICE ONB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Bettered d the LoftUvtll Postofflce as Second C10as Matter 1 ifttmiU ConxsaBlcatloBitolbe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 3Z6 Weil QrecnSlrett at 1906tGOOD EXAMPLE It might be well to invite some of our nonCctholic brethren Itto attend an occasional meeting like that held by the Vincentians last Sunday It could do the Catholics fJno harm and what a world of good it might do some of our separated L 1 brethren True enough Vincent ians are not parading their charities but the good example they are setting will lead many dissent ers into the true fold Addresses like those made by Fathers Gaus pbhl Rock and Deppen never fail to reach the heart r AVOID BAD PLAYS What the brilliant Archbishop Glennon said to people in his die cese of St Louis cau well be applied here in Louisville In his sermon last Sunday he gave utter xance to the following To go I iPiht after night to the theater iis a ark of decadence You avoid thfe cancer hospital and the pest house while night by night you iuah madly to enjoy the sad prc cession of moral lepers exposed amM the plaudits of the multi tudfc the cancerous growths the deadly vices that destroy the souls fI men Roue and demimondain are depicted with startling realist and mens depravity and women sha elessness are held forth as the expressions of genius and fit mean for entertaining a Christian people You say even still there is genius back of it all Yes perhaps Buts that gilds tht hosphorous tha act anies the last stages of putrefaction BURN THE BOOKS The daily press has announces that the Louisville Board of Health intends to subject books from the Louisville Free Library to a severe fumigation in gases from a 40 percent solution of formaldehyde This may not be altogether unwise but there are books in that library so filled with lies so rotten wits immorality so given to tales of evil and debauchery that formal dehyde will have no effect on them The proper place for them is ia furnace The Jefferson County Federation could do great work in ridding the libraries of these abom a inations if the members would take the trouble The time to act in the matter is now- FRANCES L c TROUBLES France appears to be paying the penalty for her rebellion against the Church She iis now on the r verge of war with Germany over N the Morocco affair and with this Crisis at hand she is so torn with Irnal dissensions that Premier tinier and his Cabinet resigned heir portfolios on Wednesday night President Fallieres accepted the resignations but thus far has nqt entrusted thee work of forming FCabinet to any one The inet crisis was a general sur prise and the debate which precip stated the trouble arose over the riot at Boeschepe on Tuesday At L that village one man was killed and many were injured during the attempt made by the Government o ls to take an inventory of the church vessels Various speakers denounced the Governments o rleand declared that it was threatening religious warfare In response Premier Rouvter said it wStl1e Governments duty to apply the law He asked the adop l tiOO of a set of resolutions approv c ing his declarations The adoption of tthese Teiolutioof would have mwnti YOtfoolfideace The CI I Q Rouvier Government succeeded iin holding only 234 votes while Nationalists and Socialists united with the Clericals and rolled up 267 The Premier and his Cabins resigned immediately It is hoped that this is the beginning of the end of religious persecution fin France The great masses of the French people are religious and the feeling against the Governmen has been growing day by day Many of the policemen have resigned rather than take the inven- torIes of sacred vessels ordered by the Government Rouvier and his Cabinet went into office on November 12 and were in charge less than four months Frances difficulty is Germanys opportunity and William the War Lord will hardly fail to take advantag of it Maybe a good drubbing would have a beneficial effecton the impulsive Gauls It might humble the pride of some of the infidel leaders and restore Franc to a state of peace and tranquility mayhap to her old place as Hides daughter of the Church PLEA FOR UNITY Richard D Walsh the able cor respondent of the St Louis Pos Dispatch has the following to say anent the Irish Parliamentary part and home rule The same olc spirit of distrust and disunion which for a thousand years has permeated the ranks of Irishmen at home and abroad is still rampant today Every Irish organi zation has some good object in view and there seems no good reason why if they can not act in con junction they can not agree to disagree The history of the race teaches that there iis notning more fatal to their cause than disunion yet the faction fight is being carried on With a united Irish race the world over there is nothing in reason that they could not obtain With divided and demoralized views they are doomed to perpetual defeat John Redmond represents a large section of the Irish race He is entitled to the respectful consideration and toleration of his countrymen every where because he is manfully endeavoring to ameliorate the con dition of his native land and to place her in an attitude in which she will gain the respect and friend ship of the nations He is build ing up not pulling down and if he can not establish a totally inde pendent Ireland he will if he gets the generous support of his fellow countrymen establish a foundation on which another generation of Irishmen can place the material for a free and unfettered nation The Kentucky Irish American Sits voiced the same sentiments on several occasions Along these lines it may be well to remind our readers that the policy now pur sued by the Irish party in the Eng lish House of Commons was the policy indorsed by the Irish National League when it convened it Chicago in 1886 That convention was attended by more than i 000 delegates representing every State and Territory in the Union One of its resolutions declared its firm belief in the principles of human freedom and the right of a people to frame their own laws aright which lies at the foundation of the prosperity and greatness of this republic and which has been mvantageously extended to colon- Ial possessions of Great Britain oho T Finerty attended that con tention and opposed the resolutions because they were not radical inough Now he is at the head off an Irish national organization which is being condemned in some quarters because its demands are too moderate John Deyoy of New York who has been a strenuou opponent of John E Redmond home rule policy attended that I Chicago convention and it was be who moved the adoption of the resolution thanking Premier Gladstone for his efforts on behalfof Irish selfgovernment and indon ling the policy of Parnell Red I mouds policy is the same as that of Parnell Inconsistency can ot be laid to his door whatever bis other faults may be THROTTLE LOAN SHARKS It is devoutly to be hoped that the antiloan shark bill introduce into the Kentucky Legislature by Senator Phelps of Louisville wiU become a law The loan shark i iis an evil that is eating at the vitals of society and is almost as perni cious in its activity as the divorc evil Throttle the loan sharks or you will soon see a race of slave and suicides The legislators shoul not dally with this danger but put it out of the way as speedily as pOSt sible and in the most effective way THE WESTS AWAKE Apropos of the cry for dolls wheat the Catholic Union and Times of Buffalo says We were once wont to call it the wild and wooly West but now we are force to refer to it as the progressive intellectual West In Indianapoli the other day representatives of 200000 farmers decided to strik and refuse to sell wheat for less than one dollar a bushel As the y used to say in Ireland the West awakei The members of the House of Representatives of the Kentucky Legislature deserve credit for chloroforming the proposed libel bill It was a measure projected by am in the interest of a certain class of newspapers The liberty that the Kentucky press enjoys under the bill of rights in the State constitution is sufficient protection Anymore liberty to certain newspapers would mean license to blackmai and to traduce the characters of respectable people Hats off to the House One local minister of dissenting faith devoted his sermon to likening the proposed homecoming of Kentuckians as the final meeting of all the elect in heaven Another preacher told his congregation about the failure of the Board of Safety and the Police Court officials to enforce the Sunday law Not one word was said in these sermons about Christian charity In the appointment of the new Water Commission Mayor Barth has maintained the high standard be has set since he became the city1 chief executive Charles R Long Marion F Taylor Sam P Jones and Sebastiau Zorn are all excellent business men They certainly ought to be able to give the city pure water and at reasonable prices The County Board A O Hook prompt measures tocounter act the impression that it gave its approval to the use of its name in onnection with the theatrical performance at the Avenue Theater on Monday night The County boardas an organization of Catholics does not llend its approval to heatrical entertainments during Lent FATHER WHITES ACCIDENT The Rev Father Thomas W White pastor of the Church of St Frances of Rome in Clifton is confined to his room by a sprained ankle In alighting from a Fourth avenue car at St Catherine street on Thursday of last week he stepped into a hole in the broken asphalt street His right foot turned under him and the ankle was severely sprained hisIREMOVED TO MEMPHIS Mrs William J Chawk Jr and children left Tuesday to join her husband at Memphis Mr Chawk is manager of the Icmpbis branch of the Globe Tanning ompany Michael Welsh his assistant fa another Louisville boy While the removal of the Chawk family to Mem phials regretted by a large circle of lends they are glad that Mr Chaw- ktabeeaecogniudas a mas of ability VINCBNTIANS The sun will seek the West Tile heart another breast On charity to lean Whatever stirs our frame All feeds the sacred flame Of charity our queen None better can be found Than union doublebound- By love of God and man Emblazoned bright in gold Shall last the good untold As wrought by Masters plan WG r9oeIDYWilliam l ill of typhoidfever is convalescing rapidly Miss Edna Heverlu who fractured her wrist while skating is improving nicely Miss Mattie Smith fell while on rope skates and sustained a painfully spraine wristTony Montedonico Sr and wife left Wednesday for Italy They may be gone a year Miss Celia Laven has gone to New York to investigate styles in sprin millineryMrs Lynch who has been seri ously ill at her home in South Louis ville is improving Miss Caroline Fitzgerald has gone to New York to remain until the close of the Leuten season Oscar Willis the popular manager of Grotes bowling alleys is confined this home by an attack of grip Miss Katherine Carr of Portland who has been seriously ill will return to school at Springfield next week James A Wathen of the Highlands who has been seriously ill at St Anthonys Hospital will soon be able to be out Michael Hickey left Thursday for Jop Hn Mo where he will remain for Sty eral weeks as the guest of his friend P W Hennessy Miss Elizabeth Hawkins who has beet ill at her home on West Chestnut stree for several weeks is on the rapid road to complete recovery John R Kelly an old and respected citizen of Jeffersonville has just beet appointed to a position in the Govern ment depot in that city Mrs Mollie Russell and Miss Wathen have returned home from a pleasan visit to Bardstown where they were the guests of Mrs George Talbott Miss Alice B Hickey who has opened millinery parlors in the Courier Journa building will return from New York next week with heY spring stock of goodsPatrick Clark the High Sheriff of St Louis and his charming wife who wen the guests of Mr and Mrs M J McClusky 1708 Brook street returned home on Monday John T Keenehan the well known substitute in the fire department is ill of pneumonia at his home on Broadway near Sixth street At last accounts he was resting comfortably Misses Lee McClusky of 1708 Brook street and Sallie Murphy of 118 East Jacob street left today for a two weeks visit to Mr and Mra Patrick Clark and other friends in St Louis Major Harry Bloemer who has been suffering from an attack of pneumonia at his home 1612 Kentucky street is such improved The news will be a source of great gratification to his many riends Miss Florence De Courser of 1057 Sixth street who submitted to a serious surgical operation at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital four weeks ago is eating comfortably and her many friends hope to see her out in the near future Michael J King for several years employed in a responsible position by the Illinois Central railroad who cameo Louisville to attend the funeral of his- brotherinlawJohn J Davern returned to his home in Paducah on Sunday night LADIES PLEASED Auxiliary Devotes Nice Sum For the Use of the Dra matic Club The Ladies Auxiliary A O H met Vednesday night with a splendid attendance Miss Mary Sheridan presided and took occasion to than the members a second time for the beautiful chain bestowed upon her at the recent social session She said in part I have been showered with letters from all quarters congratulating me on ay good luck I was unaware until I received so many letters that the Ken ucky Irish American has found its way al1 over the Uuiied States I want to thank that paper and I believe that it was through in instrumentality that we received seven applications tonight The auxiliary decided to abide with the decision of the Hibernians regarding the ball This seems to mean that the four divisions and the auxiliary will remain Ju their present quarters until a permanent home is secured The members are greatly enthused over its dramatic club and appropriated a handsome sum for its use The dramatic club expects to make its appear ance before the public in May Magnolia Council of Boston celebrated its twelfth anniversary with a grand ball and concert At midnight a lagnificent banquet was served 1 1 NATIONAL BOWLING TOURNAMENT X Of the American Bowling Congress RAILROADAt MARCH 17 TO 27 1906 Half Rates to Louisville on account of above attraction in the ter ritory from Buffalo Pittsburg and the Virginias on the east to the Mississippi river on the west and from the Lakes to the Gulf For Particulars Address H F Sin ithers Secy 218 Third Avenue 81Patricks Day Entertainment 4 AT MACAULEYS THEATER SUNDAY EVENING MARCH 18 Under Auspices of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of Jefferson County HON JOHN T KEATINGOf Chicago will be the orator of the evening and a highclass vocal and instrumental programme will be given GENERAL ADMISSION 25 CENTS RESERVED SEATS 50 CENTS PREPARATIONS Supreme President Gaudif Will Receive a Warm Welcome Supreme President Gaudin will addres a joint meeting of the Catholic Knight of America at the three Falls cities in Louisville ou Sunday April 22 State President Homer of Newport Majo Gen Kadeski Commander in Chief of the Uniform Rank Joseph Berniug of Cincinnati Supreme Trustee Peter Wall rath of Evansville and Supreme Secre tary Anthony Matre of St Louis wil accompany Dr Gaudin to Louisville on his official visit The Central Committee of the three Falls cities are arranging a special recep don for the Supreme President and his staff BIG BAZAR Planned By Catholic Ladles and Gentlemen of New Albany Ladies as well as gentlemen are ex hibiting great interest in the bazar to be given for Unity Council during the week beginning Easter Monday April 10 and closing on the following Saturday The committee in charge has purchased a 400 Haines Bros piano from the Mon tcnegroRiehm Music Company which will be awarded to the lady receiving the greatest number of votes during the week The award will be made on the last night of the bazar Votes will cost ten cents each A Shetland puny worth 125 will be awarded to the most popular boy or lady Those desirousofentering- these contests will please call on M J Rotbe at the Crescent Furniture Company 152 East Main street New Albany He will register their names and give them instructions concerning the rules governing the contests Both contests will open Monday March 12 and will remain open until the close of the bazar REELECTED The Catholic Womans Club held its annual election of officers on Monday afternoon The fact that the old officers were reelected speaks well for the ad ministration of the preceding year The officers are- PresidentMiss Maggie Judge First Vice President Mrs Matt ODoberty Second Vice PresidentMrs Charles SmithThird Vice PresidentMrs Marcus DoerhoeferCorresponding SecretaryMrs Mary Cross Recording Secretary Miss Elizabeth WalshTreasurerSfrs B Dt Mattingly ST LOUIS BERTRAMS Last Sunday was Rosary Sunday at the Church of St Louis Bertrand There gas the usual rosary procession followed bythe recitation of the rosary sermon and benediction of the most blessed sacrament at 3 oclock jToHjorrpw forty hours devotion will I IJ- v If 0- J rII IIII IIII1IIIIiIII I I I I11 31 I 11 HHH I IH+IIfi4I1 IIl4lI lIIIIIH THEGOUFftGOjIMPORTERS2 OFtiI HIGH GRADE COFFEES I IMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS fr Office Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main 1- MMMMIMIMMMM4I M TTTTtMTtttTttttTttTt t i1C Both PhonesI 3J99 DRJ T CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary and Norse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Delivered OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 10071009 W BROADWAY 7+ t t t I PINE WINES CHAMPAGNES r Ali KOLE345 West Green Streetf LIQUORS CIGARS i u + 7UtAC ULEYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings add Wednesday Matinee OLGA NETHERSOLETh- ursday Friday and Saturday Evenings and Saturday Matinee GRACE GFOR- GEHOPlaNSq HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY Opening Week Beginning Sunday Mar 11 THE GREAT LAFAYETTE SHOWI BUCKINGHAMMATINEE WEES COMMENCING SUNDAY MAS 11 EXTRA FEATURE ACT The Six Empire Girls First Time In America will appear with the DREAMLAND BURLESQIIEBS r begin at the late mass at 1030 oclock The altar will oe especially decorated for thel occasion anil the holy eucharist will be carried jn precession The services will close on Tuewjay morning 4 k 1 oJa I HOURS3TO6 SUNDAYS 9T012I DONT Good Denial moneyIthe least Our Dentistry We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed OR Hs J C0Ur551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJno C Lewis C- oS1IITJIKATIE AGNES Independent of all Undertakers LADY EtiBALMER Washing and dressing ladies and dill dren a specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered promptly day or night Home phone 1677 Office 240ft Payne St New Phoenix Hill SKATING RINK OPENS SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10 Two Sessions Daily Largest floor space in city Perfect order No intoxicants sold on premises PRINCESS SKATING RINK Only ground floor rlak la city Old Armory Seventh near Chestnut Afternoon 2ltlI Nights 730 to 1080 Saturdays extra 10 a m AFTERNOON 10 CTS NIGHTS 15 CTS SKATING 15 CTS Ii tr g i 1Ij 1 r- yr r j = a4 IJBOBSKraPTJOKY s RI AN INSURE YOUR LIFE NOW rsr THEIw Catholic Knights of America This It the safest and cheapest Insurance society in the United States ir and has a special reserve lund of nearly 800000 Every Catholic man should protect his wife and children by carrying a policy in this old r and established life Insurance organization t t An examination of Its rates will convince you of Its superiority over- alla others Remember that life is uncertain and delays dangerous tj Insure now while you can and protect your loved ones I 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 INEWTON G ROGERS President HARRY A VEENEMAN Secretary I I I I I Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice 809 We JEFFERSON STREETV TELEPHONE 810 t t t t t t I I II I I HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 JuJ BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 EKST 7 tIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT tt1TelJTtIHIh1 1 1 +HH 11 H 1 HIt tHM1 1MJuti 1 IIH THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All Mlli promptly attended to day or night Car nags furnished for all occasions t1225 W MARKET ST IlH 1 HI+1HHl 11 iI t I 11+HHHIII i1HI1hi 3 d41IIF1 T + T T T T T T T T T T T I 1 I t t t 11 1 1 I I 1 1 1 H1 1 I 1 1 1 1 1 11+1 I 1 Ht 1 1 Jot 1 1 Jot 1 It t Jot 1 t H STRAUB E BOTH PHONES 363 AND i Furnished on I Notice I I1II H II t t t + 1 544 Fourth Avenue Painless Extraction Examination Free II Lady in attendance Established 12 years Honest prices good work and s reliable place All work guaranteed ten years Office open every night until 8 oclock Sundays 8 a m tQ pm LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS B44 4th Ave In Avenue Theatre Building IMPORTERS PINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Deal ers In Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially an PEARL OP NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telepboae 1948 Z34 Sixth Street 0 WISES UQU4BS CISARS pit a ton1 930 i to1999eeleok lF1 4 a VVGBJiOBX T 1t + Cf DANIEL J1 Funeral Director and Embalmer Both Phones 2998 Carriages Furnished All Occasions All Cells Answered Promptly Day or Night 1231 Ws Market StyBetl2th and 13th k AASASA +++ 6 t + H101 J TRACYL TRACY STRAUB tFUNERAL DIRECTORSIEMBALMERS IICrrlaltel LOUISVILLE 1DETAb PARLORS I 1 EERRMAMBROS VALS SALOON VAtLETERPropHotLunch DOUGHERTY 1531 W MARKET STREET JI irrt+JHM 1 CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 281 W litlirson SI Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Latest winter styles are now on sale Our prices are within reach ot all PETER M ANDRIOT 80N8 W AQON MAKUfftCIURIR8 Carriage Rcpirlllt art Rrtt Kikes 265 RRd 217 WEST GREEN + ST tr r Uo 1ue k GIVE US YOUR ORDER I I1i OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET WELCOME Presidents Daughter and Husband Will Fool at Home in Rome Both Families Have Had Antecedents Illustrious in the Catholic Church First Archbishop of Philadel phia Was Uncle of Congress man Longworth BISHOP ON THE ROOSEVELT SIDE For weeks Jprior to the marriage of Congressman Longworth and Miss Alice Roosevelt the daily papers were filled with columns of rot about about the wedding ceremony the trousseau etc Noue of these journals made any effort to tell of the relations that these prom inent young Americans bore to prominent Catholic citizens either living or dead In view of the proposed visit of Congressman Longworth and bride to Rome during the coming summer it may not be amiss to look into their Catholic antecedents and relatives The late Archbishop James Frederick Wood of Philadelphia was a maternal great uncle of Representative Long worth The Archbishop had six sisters one of whom married Judge Timothy Walkera leader of the Ohio bar in the early half of the last century and one of theablest instructors in the law school of Cincinnati Their daughter married NlcbolasLongworth II later Judge Long worth and is the mother of the ypung man now so interestingly in the lime light of public observation He was a convert to the faith and his conversion in 1837 was a blow to his familyall staunch Unitarians with strong anti Catholic prejudices He was moreover the mainstay of the family and his voca tion for the priesthood meant the loss to them not only of their brother but also to a great extent of their provider The young man however who had made the acquaintance of Archbishop Purcell and his brother Father Edward was deeply impressed by the truths of the Catholic church and felt within him a higher call and to the astonishment of his friends and the distress of his family he not only embraced Catholicity but also resignedeverything to follow Christ His action was a nine day wonder among the social leaders of the city aa the standing of his family was of the very best and highest Though but twentyfour years old be was considered one of theablest finan ciers in Cincinnati and held the responsible position of teller at the Franklin National Bank Resigning his position he went to Rome to make his ecclesiastical studies and was ordained therein 1844 by Cardinal Franzoni On his return to Cincinnati be served for ten years as assistant at St Peters Cathedral and later as pastor of St Pat ricks church Third std Mill and there are still left a few of his old parishioners and friends who recall his kindly person ality and his admirable executive ability In 1857 he was consecrated coadjutor to Bishop Neumann of Philadelphia with the right of succession Three years later on the death of Bishop Neu mann lie succeeded to the episcopal chair In J 875 the see was raised to the archiepiscopal rank I Archbishop Wood died on June 20 1883 In the days immediately following his conversion his family was widely estranged from the student and priest but in later years the bitterness wore off and friendly relations were restored An I aged sister ofjthe Archbishop is still liv ing in one of Cincinnatis beautiful sub urbs as are other relatives of remote degree Several of these have embraced Catholicity nieces and grandnieces but the broader view of our present day accords themlthe liberty of conscience that made the struggle hard for their uncle Vrhenhe blazed the way for them Viscountess 4e Chambron sister of Representative Longworth it a Catho lic so isJMrs Bellamy Storcr sister of his father and wife of the present American minister to Austria To a branch of President Roosevelts family belongs the illustrious Archbishop of Baltimore Most Rev James Roosevelt Bayley He wee a convert to the cHurch and was consecrated Biinopof Newark GiJ LID tDORKSPrinting FAI d Kentucky Irish American N J in 1853 In July 1872 he was appointed to the Archbishopric of Balti I more which he filled for five years dying on October 3 1877 PLEASANT WEATHER A Letter From Ireland Says Farmers Are Planting Early Potatoes John B McDonald of 2107 Maple street is in receipt ofa letter from LisI cousin Miss Minnie Power of annon Ireland in which the writer shows that the seasonover there is far in advance of ours Writing under date of February 8 she says I hope your winter was fine in Louisville We had a grand winter here no frost nor snow The weather is lovely now and all the farmers are busy setting out their crops We are planting our early potatoes and have a nice large garden Kentucky farmers will hardly begin to plant pota toes before late in Apri- lGOING SOUTH Harry Lally Leaves Next Week to Play With Colum bia Tifiprn r Harry E Lally the well known ball player of 3028 Bank street will leave Wednesday to join the Columbia base ball teem The Columbia is one of the crack teams in the South Atlantic League whose season opens April 1 The Brooklyn team kof the National League is training at Columbia now and from March 15 to April 1 the Columbias and Brooklyns will work together in try outsHarry led the South Atlantic League in fielding average at second base last year and will play the same position during the coming season His fielding average last year was 078 In wielding the willow he had an average of 285 the second batting average in his club His Louisville friends predict that he will be made Captain of the club It is a shame that the local managers let all our fast local talent go to other cities RECENT DEATHS John Edward Joyce the bright little son of Mrs Henrietta Joyce died at the home of his grandmother Mrs Carrie Bauer 2546 Griffiths avenue on Tuesday The little fellow was four years old and was a general favorite in his neighbor hood The funeral took place from the residence on Thursday Miss Mamie Smith thirty years old diedat the home of her mother Mrs Isabella C Smith 907 Eighth street on Saturday and the funeral took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption on Monday morning Besides her mother the deceased is survived by two brothers Raymond and Alex Smith She was highly esteemed in the circles iu which she moved Word was received here Thursday announcing the death of Alfred Bader which occurred at Denver Colon Wednesday afternoon He had been in Denver for more than a year in an effort to recoperate his health The deceased was twentytwo years old aud was the son of Alfred C Bader of 3115 West Chestnut A brother and two sisters were at the bedside of the young mann when he passed away The body is being sent here for burial and will prob ably arrive this evening The deceased was a member of Mackin Council Y M I which body will take appropriate action on the arrival of the remains PAINFUL INJURIES C William Smith almost severed the toes on one foot last Friday He was engaged in making wooden boxes when injuriesIdangerousANNUAL FESTIVAL The Friendly Sons ef St Patrick a local society of IrishAmericans will bold their annual festival at the Seelbach Hotel on March 17 Dinner will be served at 7 oclock sharp President P H Callaban will do the honors during the evening VISITOR FROM JOPLIN P W Hennessy of Joplin Mob s been the guest of Mike Hickey 248 West Jefferson street during the present week loadingoperatnre Lonisvilleendu I n IHAPPYi Trinity Bowlers Defeated by Opponents of St Cath erines Council Won Two Games But Lost the Palm On the Plnnngo Attained De Fraine Council Showed the Louisville Visitors Sights of Old Lebanon HOSTS WILL BE GUESTS TONIGHT Trinity Councils bowling team went to New Haven last Saturday night to roll against the crack team from St Catherines Council Y M I Despite the fact that the New Haven boys rolled up a greater percentage of pinnage the Louisville visitors were pleased to think that they bad to yield the palm to such gallant hosts Trinitys team was headed by Capt Albert F Martin The other bowlers were Ben Schalk George C Reining A H Veenejian John J Barry and Paul J Coleman jOn arriving at New Haven the Louis ville ourists were met by President Win Dawson Effwin C Dawson John J Barry Joseph Barry Bernard Bowling and R A Greeuwell who escorted them to the Dawson House where an elegant supper was served Bowling was next in order and the visitors adjourned to the New Haven alleys The New Haven bowlers were Prof Edwin Coomes A K Bowling Jasper Johnson Clarence Nally R A Greenwell and E C Dawson These young men had been picked from all the bowlers of St Catherines Council at tryouts held during the week The games were pleasant and exhilarating Trinitys bowlers won two out of three but since the test of merit was to be superiority in pinnage the New Havens were the final victors by eleven pins Refreshments were served during the games and the visitors were made to feel thoroughly at home On Sunday morning all attended mass at St Catherines church and heard an excellent sermon delivered by the Rev Father Buckman Later they boarded a train for Lebanon and met Grand Director T J Garvey of Trinity who with First Vice President Martin made an official visit to De Prairie Council At Lebanon the Louisville visitors were met by the following reception commit tee Stephen A Noe J Arthur Smith Judge J M Cooper Jailer Medden County Attorney Spalding Dr Frank Cochran D F Sansberry T E Hard esty and William Abell A visit to De Frames club house was first in order Then the Lebanon hosts showed their guests the beauties of that grand old Catholic city Dinner at Benedettos restaurant followed and a grand bid din ner it was At 2 oclock De Fraine Council held an open meeting and the attendance was unusually large Addresses were made by Grand Vice President Martin John J Barry of New Haven T J Garvey and J Arthur Smith of Lebanon The Louisville people returned home loud in their praise of the courtesies accorded them and arranged for a return visit of their hosts The Lebacon and New Haven Y U I boys will arrive in Louisville today The slime teams that rolled at New Haveu a week ago will try issues at Hangars alleys this evening Tomorrow the visitors will be the guests of Trinity Council After the games tonight Trinitys bowlers and other mem bers of that council will entertain the visitors lit Tilers Hotel second and Jefferson o1 JUANITA CLUB The Jnanita Club will give a dance at Ostraders Hall Twentyeighth near Chestnut on Tuesday evening The club is composed of prominent young people of the West End SIMPSONS VENTURE George Simpson a popular young man has purchased the Baseball Ex change at Eighth and Kentucky streets and will have the fixtures remodeled and put in uptodate style Mr Simpson was formerly in the employ of the Ahretts Ott Manufacturing Company and hag a legion of friends IJ f rs FRflNK FEflR BREWINGV INCORPORATED Brewers and BottlerLOUISVILLE XY DRINK Hofbrau Pilsener Bee BREWED BY SINN ACKERMAN BRE ING C01tIPANYrNOORPORATED TELEPHONE 4B2 XOXJiarvYXXSD KY PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged rBLEPHONE 1t30O Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts Cumb Phone lain 1913 Homo Phone 1913 T- HEWIEDEMANN BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR DIERSENSFINE DARK EERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MAD JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN 15 PRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 3090 LOUISVILLE KY Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLIIEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET The Busy Mans LineI BETWEEN LOUISVILLEEVANSVILLE EVANSVILLEST LOUJSandSOUTHVEST SOUTHWESTIS LOUISVILLE HENDERSON ST LOUIS RY HENDERSON ROUTE Pullman Sleepers Free Reclining Chair Cars Special roundtrip homeseekers rates to south west and west first and third Tuesdays February and Marsh 1900 Special tourist rates to Colorado Texas Mexico and New Mexico on sale 81fl006Secondclaslon sate first and third Tuesdays of February and March 1000 Secondclass Colonist Rates to Cat dallyFebIvAGHHR Traveling Pass Agent I J IRWIN General Pass Agent PAINFUL ACCIDENT C E Henriott of 2109 West Market street while playing with his niece the daughter of F A Crush at the letters residence 1214 Everett avenue tell and sustained a painful injury to his hip ast Sunday He was unconscious for several hours Medical aid was summoned and Mr Henriott soon revived suffi ciently to be removed to his home He has almost completely recovered front theeifeet9 of the accident Patronize our advertrsera f- ct MANHATTAN jRESTAURANT AND LUNCHCOUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 504 W Jefferson StreetOTTO EVENT Proprietor llama Phone 4715 Cumbir3a HEN RY AI 11PJ I PPUt DYER AND CLEANER Ladles and Gents Wearing Appar WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3635 528 Fifth Stre WE MANUFACTURE LOUISVILLE WOODFIBER PLASTER 100 POUNDS Kentucky Wall Plaster G Incorporated t Breok pad RlvetLoebayllkKy- TELEPHONE 2267 WallteiJeffereoavillel Cu t b tDWXXJ ICY Iall AlVJERJOAN even Days Clean= Up Sale Everything thats left from the SweepingOut Sale Mens Boys Ladies and Girls Shoes and Slippers Sale started yesterday ends March 10 Ladies 250 Kid Pumps 135 Ladies 3 Shoes all sizes 195 Mens 350 Shoes at II 205 Boys 150 Calf Shoes II 95 Misses and Childrens 2 Shoes 95 And Many Other Bargains Just As Good IIIBOSTON SHOE COLADIES 534 553 FOURTH FOURTH AVEII rv HEHOUSETHATPLATTBUILT I N Everything Uptodate in 1 ii MENS FURNISHINGSSh- irts Jto Order and Wedding I Outfits Our Specialties f r I N SID PLATT CO STORE STORE Fourth and Alan I JOIN II COLEMAN President DICK SHANIBY Secretary t The Farrand=Cecilian Piano THE PIANO EVERY ONE CAN PLAY We shall be very glad to give you any information in regard to it if you will call or write us The FarrandCecllian is built with the famous Farrand patent Separable Feature By simply loosening a few bolts the entire front of the piano including the keydesk can be removed and the piano thus separated n two parts PRICE 65000 Payments if desired Music ten cents a roll MONTENEGRO= RIEUM MUSIC CO timLR ar3O F URTH AVENUE REMEMBER iI rTHAT THE BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO BUY FURNITUREI 1 M FMAYER t II 419 W MARKET STREET t NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT1 NO PRESENT LIKE I GOOD JEWELRY We have Jewelry and presents for the whole family at 50 per cent less than other jewelers canll possibly sell for SEE US FIRST i Je BRUNN JEWELER i 530 WEST MARKET u TUB 611asti Rogers BOOK GOiJ i PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIESeTO SUIT TASTE I Give us a callland inspect our line of goods They are the Sfinest of their kind In the city WI in BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION f34 W Jefferson Street SQL N ttitter I I I 11 IN I Have You Ever TriedTFreshly Roasted Coffeeoc Big difference between it and the kind that comes from the corner If want to realize the ntdifferenceandspeclalni 3 Lbs for 50c Black Green or Mixed Tea 45c per lb Rebate Tickets worth 6c in trade free with every dollars worth MULLOY f I uraePhon 1313 9114 xv ivxAxzicxsx f the I 1 I I I 1110 1 11 III +EI1tfII1 1 IIi1 1 I f 1liIMEiIfI1 I 1 1 il- ube that the SSrabfeE d Gilbert Company the IMCORMIIT iI1trs rulers kst1krs Represcatatiroes et the JaIHl0511 typewriter for KtirtMcky tWtwrltcrS- MHKu RlbfcftM etc tar Ml maclus atye cs II other EVERY COFFEE tinROASTER STREET lo1Hr1II JoP Blanki Rook aagoPaper Box- maKwia1Mrers Ctbtrbanbreertt tst Zoutzrile t at 0o v o e a OOoo o0 e I I SPRING DRESS GOODS BLACK AND COLORED 1Here are some of tbe weaves in black and colors that are 19 fashionable for the spring season of 1906 ultraIShepherd Qhecks In white and black I 10 andwhite and colors all desirable sized checks for waists andsuitsthese are favorites yard MohairsPlain and fancy taffeta finish g AS inches wide colors Alice and navy blue reseda green tan brown and gray yard Gray Panamas45 inches wide handjj finished suited for Eton suits separate skirts specialvalue yard o French Gray Worsted Handfinished I BET THIRD AND o o e e HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Dol tothe Past Weekdeneral- News Notes Division 4s quartette will render several selections during the next meet- Ing More than 1000 people attended t- e ninth annual ball of Division 69 of PhUa- delphla Members of the order in Memphis a dayisent two dramas on St Patricks nig- htfAil of the Baltimore divisions have in preparing to receive Dr Dou when he visits that city late 7 of Syracuse received applications and conferred the first second degrees on a class of eight at last meeting Division 72 of Boston celebrated seventh anniversary with a grandAa- More than 400 couples took part in grand march The four divisions in Savannah w celebrate St Patricks day on March 10 There will be a street parade in the morning and a banquet at night Division 1 of New London Conn has offered a prize to the pupil of the parochial school of St Mary Star of the Sea church who contributes the best essay IrelandSt Hibernians will celebrate the anniversary of the purchase of their new han by giving a grand banquet splendid literary and musical programme has been arranged as a supplement to the banquetAt Texas the members of t order will attend a high mass at St Pat ricks church on March 17 In the evening a concert will be given and the Rev- Father Roche will deliver the principal addressDivision 4 of Syracuse expects initiate a large class between now and- St Patricks day The indications are that Division 4 will be one of the strongest organizations it the annual- parade The for the Ladies Aux iliary competitive scholarship in Trinity- CoJege Washington D C will begi on Monday June 12 and will close fiv days later A list of the places where centers have been eatsb lished can be had by communicating- witt the Secretary of the college Candidates must be members of the auxiliary good standing UNITY COUNCIL Degree Team Preparing For Big Initiation In Near Future Unity Council Y M I of New Al held a well attended meeting on uesday night President James OHara the chair Two newapplica tions were received and seven members were obligated The degree team an that the members were prepar g themselves for an initiation in the near future The paraphernaliai has been ordered and as soon as ifarrives a large class will receive the degrees The Picnic Committee reported in favor of Fern Grove for the annual out g The Club House Committee reported progress iu the work of forthcoming bazaar and gave great to the ladies who were cooperate g with them Tile committee reported 125 was realized as the proceeds of Washington birthday euchre This money will be used in securing prizes for bazaar Messrs John Ritz and Ed Smith were reported ill Several of the members made excellent talks under the head of of the order MED LADYS DEMISE Mrs Sophia Bntler McMullen an old and respected resident of Loaiaville died the home of her soalnlaw C L TaylorGIi Saturday evening The j- o 50c 75c 100 I 42 44 and 54 inches wide Black La Gloria Black Powderette Roxana Black 0Prunella Voile Black Panama Nuns I SiciliannoI44 to 52 iinches wide Black Tamise Cloth Black Panama Moultain Black t5Imperial Serge Sylva Black Wool Taf QI feta Voile Black MohairI and Sicilian Per yard 42 to 54 inches wide Black Silk Warp 0Black 1251IMARKET STREET FOURTH e examinations arranging II SOCIETY DIRECTORY e ngA O IiD- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourth Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJohn M Mulloy Vice PresidentThomas D Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Kee nan Jr Cuslhestree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh Craddi ck reDIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvenings PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentWilliam T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keirnu LynchFinancial Keangin DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday sir evenings of Each Month and PresidentPatrick J Welsh the yice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording SecretAryDennis J Co man itS Financial SecretaryDaniel J Dough 111 erty v the TreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon 111SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wedo day Evenings of Each Month MurphyViceRecording SecretaryFrank P Bur i Financial SecretaryEmmet OSul on van 1520 Seventh street ConnellySergeantatArms SentinelWilliam Ansbro A DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall KenneyPresidentRobert BreenheTreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretarYJ B Murphy Jr j Financial SecretaryJohn Kinney MurphyDoorkeeperEugene to Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney MarshalJohn A Kennedy Y 3VT I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club Honse i 630 Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raidy Kieffen Paei ton Recording SecretaryJohn L BolandI I LanbanFinancial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber MullarkeyInside Outside SentinelLouis Kinsella Give your boys on education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEQ- ttZ W Broadway Louisville Ky CtasslcalSdentlie dOymnaslum= 1 deceasedwas eightyfive years old and had always lived in Louisville Two children survive her They are C L ELouisvillealdeceasedon account of her truly Christian traitst1 of character and the bereaved childre- hive had many expressions of sympathy acquaintancesTheresidence 1703 Brook street Monday afternoon MEET TOMORROW and of The members of the A O H degree team are urged to meet in the Hopkins Theater building at two oclock sharp tomorrow afternoon C K of AFully fourteen million dollars have already been paid to the widows and orphans of us deceased members by the Catholic Knight of America This order is firm as Gibraltar dralOrleansMatre MermodJaccard Building St Louis Mo Four Telephones twelve Wagons and Horses thl DeilversiialII I 100 I 1 SergeantatArmsEdward IRELAND Record of the Most Important of tbe Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The Irish Ladies Choir which made such a successful tour of the United ckStates has arrived in Dublin The British Government will be asked to give the 30000 necessary for the Waterford Central School Equipment The Ulster Council has selected Gwee dore as the site for the proposed Ulster College for the training of Gaelic teach ersThe new diocesan college at Letter kenny is rapidly nearing completion and will be opened for students in Septem ber The Very Rev Canon Hayes Admin istrator of the diocese of Klllarney has been appointed on the Asylum Commit tee by the County Council leThe Kerry Council has fixed a stand ard for water in butter of from 16 to 18 per cent for creamery or factory butter and 20 per cent for salt butter The Countess of Aberdeen opened the annual exhibition and sale of work in connection with the Limerick Branch of the Irish Industrial Association sAt a quarterly meeting of the Limerick branch of the Gaelic League the question of the language test in filling a worksJlTobias English and his brother Will iam English both died in Tipperary on the same day recently William was a solicitor while the other was a welltodo farmer and man of affairs Both were highly regarded in their commun- ityAMUSEMENTS The Great Lafayette in his famous illusion The Lions Bride will be the headliner at Hopkins Theater during the coming week Lafayette will also give his celebrated imitation of famous bandmasters Other vaudeville artists on the bill will include the Okahe family of Japanese jugglers and aerialists Keno Welsh and Melrose acrobats and the Melrose Sisters vocalists Olga Nethersole the celebrated Eng lish exponent of passion will appear at hauiher success of the present season The Marriage of William Ashe during the latter half of the week Blfie Fay an old Louisville favorite and the daughter of the late Irish com edian Hugh Fay will take the leading role in The Belle of Avenue A which will be the attractidn at Masonic Thea ter all of next week Twentylpretty girlsjj will appear in the pony ballet holdEnext week Two bright burlettas will be given and iu addition to a strong vaude vllle olio The Six Empire Girls known as Europes greatest sensational dancers will appear as an extra feature The numbers that have been Intro dnced for men only at the Phoenix Rink have made that place doubly The ladies gracefully yield floor to the men and enjoy the fast and nMescorts while the fun lasts Private parties continue to favor the Princess Skating Rink During the present 1 week Kinzo the celebrated juggler I skater has entertained the patrons the rink Instead of a dimunition there is a constant increase in attendance PANEGYRIC AT ST FRANCES l The Rev Fathrr Thomas W White pastor of the church of St Frances of Rome in Clifton has arranged a orlratherI After solemn vespers at 730 oclock the Rev Father William RII Dunn 0 P of St Louis Bertrands convent andan orator of national re nown will preach the panegyric of Ire patron saint We do fiuo job printing Try us r t r 1 0 ttt+ GREAT SALEOF IRON BEDS i AT GREENESBeing the Largest Handlers of Iron Beds in Louisville We show the best variety and most handsome designs at the low est prices ranging From 250 to 25 JAMES GREENEfI 425 427 429 EA t t +i- rtd A BE SURE TO CALL FOR IIi McKENNAWHISKY I II IIIT IS ALWAYS PUREII Emt H 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