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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r J Jj t t j t L JfL r KENTUIi1Y IRISH AMERICANOLU- ME i I If t hIMJi V XVINO 12 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 24 1906 PRICE FIVE CENTS f GLORIOUS Musical and Oratorical SHCCCBB Was Celebration of St1 Patriok Day p jIr gg- t l dd- 1 NothlllE Oeearred to Mar troP I ooediirga Frohr Startttti n ti Finisht Ii r Splendld Address From Hon John T Keating of Chicago s LARGE AUDIENCE WASPLEASE f r a The Louisville Hibernians have done many enterprising things during the thlrtytwo or thirtythree years but it I doubtful if they ever arranged and car Tied out a more successful celebration of jSt Patricks day than the one held a- fMacauleysTheater t on Sunday night In the first place they began the day well All went to holy communion iin the morning They had thus placed themselves under Divine protection and were well prepared to enjoy the even 1 ings celebration The address of the Hon John T Keating was superb and 4I the musical programme was excellent Iin every particular There was not a hitch anywhere and the audience was well pleased It vas a goodnatured and p typically Irisj n audience TheyI1 applauded e and encored all 1 the musical n The stage 1 adornedtwith handsome American flags While the mu t of the pro I gramme was gij t Keating the 1 I orator of the e in one of the- N I Jboxes with sevj She reverend clergy National orge J Butler J State Presidfin Keenan and thlHon j Owen T Mayor ofE Louisville For hbeCore the formalentertainm Scallya orchestra rendered leys and popular Irish airs i The first formalfti Hines Slumber Song gin Mowing j oJ male quartette Me b Hub I bucb Theodore OTool Roche and James A McGill voices blended harmoniously g critic men were compelled tj fto an encore Miss Josephlm ways a favorite with Irish ai s In 4 superb voice She gave IIack to Erin in a pleasing manner The audi sangtEyes of Irish Blue One of the hits of the evening was made by James P interpretedinI lug The Harp That Once Thro Taras J Halls and The Minstrel Boy He tried to avoid an encore but the enthusiastic crowd was so insistent that he gave I Kaihleen Mavourneen before he was finally permitted to retire Miss Josephine McGill gave several aira on the piano which were well appreciated and John to F Surmaun the violinist charmed all E with a beautiful concerto He gave Iij The Last Rose of Summer in response to an encore Mention must also be made of the excellent work of Mrs Fred Hang Jr who was accompanist fo + Jbsepbine Hoertz The audience s like to have heard her play several medleys When all save one number of the n cal programweltad been given l ati Director Butler Ina brief address sent hthe lion Jphn Ta Keating Chicago former National President o the AncJenfOrder aridJkt present a mem ber of the Board of Directors Mr Keats lug launched Into Lila subject without further aHoWd held bis Audience sJeUt Abound for on fiour and fortyfiye minutes d Inibeginniigbe told his audience that th he wanted tQtlk to them about the lila tory of Ireland about St Patrick and the devotion of Irelands children to the church and About the origin and rise and spread of the Ancient Order With a s pleasing anecdote and enough Irish of accent to be pleasing and musical Mr j KeatiDgwoa theimmeillatetflHenUon of the people Wltb masses baud he traced the origin ofthe originai Irish people back to the Jews traveling io the lertrafter their flight from Egypt He told ij of the travels of the Milesians along the Hediferraaean arid their settlement in Spatof their high state of civilization their love of culture al1dllearning Finally the speaker told of the Milelslans or arrival iIn Ireland Lrt Then with master hand Mr KeatiBg 1 painted the picture of the early ISieh kingdom the proylecea with Clsler Munster Leiaetw aad Connanght andt Tbykingsnwere chosen from royal 1intbut Ire c laud was reallya repmblic eluce its Gov eroors were elected by tbepeople True It they h8l4 s1 vM but property was held for the benefit ci the whole community The Irisk in those days worshiped the ens ge i Baas TkWybM kft ikhcriwt religious ItMtinct a4 paid bopor to the one that tile ceac ivedt6Wthe sun wk Md tMI nuM ie grow tke tasesto- blaoei sad the plaate to bring forth tfcdr fruits i tlkupacluJlfw orator ledp to 1tlleJiret vWt of PaWdc to IrekBd sad t w slxteen years of a1svery in tbM loci kewld1 hle eefprs o the wathii Msad- a k11Ir4Ii aid e Ntbeii Wi peeebiseraelaMlfr3est t1 4 o Vi ing bad to say concerning St Patricks mission to Ireland save that in nin years be had Christianized the whol island Quickly he passed over the remaining years of St Patrick and his fears that the people might lose their faith He told how he prayed to Gqd that they would ever keep it An they have kept it through good fortun and bad declared the speaker iAfterthil he sketched rapidly the cud that grew up between McMurrough and ORuark but as he passed spoke glow tugly of Brian Boru and his celebrat- victory over the Danes on the field of I BUgIISaxon forces by the Norman under William the Conqueror at the field of Hastings Down along the paths of his tory until the time of Pope Adrian II who in his brief or bull gave orders to the Norman conquerors tp go over and IrelandDgive Sweden to Norway Hungary to Austria or anyone country to auother History fails to point a parrallel Then the orator referred to tbe writ subjectisyet he denounced centuries later this spoliation of Ireland and was unable to PopeAdrlaffairs of Ireland He dwelt at great Jlength on this part of the subject and on the history of persecutions of the Irish jpeople that followed the work of John I EdwArd the Plantsgenets the Tudors and Cromwell Feelingly he spoke of how through it all the Catholics remained loyal to their faith and how many of them nay the majority of them unitedwith their British invaders in the vain hope that their religion would be spared He graphically described broken treaties and the butcheries of the invad ers And yet through itott the IrishI were ever true to the faith of St PatrickI After touching upon Cardinal Newman again heturned his attention to the tribute paid the Irish Bishops priests and people I by the celebrated German priest and doctor of theology Dr Doellinger The letter lied declared that the Irish Catho+ lies had lard the entire nation on thett altar as a sacrifice if only theii faith I might be spared Passing over two or three centuries of Irish history very rapidly Mr Keating dropped down to the eighteenth century I and showed that it was Protestants who led the Irish Catholics to a period of independence from 1782 to 1800 Holy neaux Lucas Swift and Grattan Hus sey Burghs and the Shels all came in for a share of praise in the movement that called forth the Irish Volunteers and the cannon with its placard Free Trade or Else to Neither did he forget- to ask God to forgive Arthur OLeary for selling Ireland to the English fora mess of pottage a title that he never got All these things were familiar to students of Irish history but they were back In a new light and o Then Mr Knating graph featly pointed out certain facts that had become dim in the memories of others Down came the story to the men of 98 of Davis Tone McCabe Mangan and all the rest He told of OConnell the great Liberator the man who lacked not the courage but the determinations carry his point to a successful issue Ie told of OConnells plan the idea tp gnore the Eugllsh courts in Irish civic affairs of Wellingtons opposition until the Irish troops threw up their hats aria flea whenever the name of the great erator was mentioned Wellington minister was afraid of a mutiny and- y gave in but still OConnfcll failed rry his point Next he showed bow tth and the people of Hungary bj he determined purpose forced the onces ions from Austria that the Kder the leadership of OConrieli nded from England Tvbe story pe4 down to the lislrof Charles smell and the policy be bringingtwelt upon the formation of Order of Hibernians end sadChViUMdr1 l i ptatthis i brother sAtrallas lence oB knlzatlbn arid memberM Bica remained whyhst pe eluting t I Bfin ou A Africa of the amtijB Bps that had been raised inStates and gent h r and hAmeeieattaldd d aside medlrnfiesnftef t feY were iq hat ot thelr capture- sand refeastv 4 His next t the Sinn Fein Qnrselye l crthat is being pursued MpppST He gave facts and figures toipr thatit was MemmlHg the tide of immigration Ina beautiful peroration be described an Irish eviction Is he had YHI1IlgOHiatlra of many butthe predicted that kibMafS rday was dawaing terrrrtaild 1 id 5LJttiti any orator iiu rOttlivihe ever held bis andinct ia more rapt I atUatlea for so long a period as sits Mr Ke5fiaK i dosedmltrprlgredbythet atHI r la the evening a s sT JOSEWiS DAYQ = IdNdi tvttraAt joeepe tlays ii- ewit ip aihoal1 I 1 Cet trOft b gamy t ts faithful o tusk f eNrettae 1eJeeepk bs reafiiirg io 01 i J- ll LIGHTe Why Blepsod Ctiurtli+ a Aro Ugc d IndCeremonies Only the Purest Wax Is Permit DivineedV Service The Paschal Candle and What Symbolizes to Faithful Catholics PRAYERS USED DURING THE BLESSINGl r Occasionally our dissenting brethren askiWhy do Catholics use lights onI their altars Why do they use blessedI I candles in their homes These ques appropriatelyduring Theologians tell ua that light is the most appropriate symbol of God an abso lutely pure spirit Light h itself pure It penetrates long distances it moves with incredible velocity it awakens and propagates life Ha the organic kingdom it illuminates with Its brilliancy all that comes under its Influence The Holy Scripture tells us that IIGod is lightand in Him there is no darkness The wisdom of the Son is called the bright ness of eternal light and the psalmist exclaims Thou art clothed with light as with a garment Light also repre sents the mission of our Divine Lord upon earth Christ says of himself I am the light of the world Lights are also significant ofrespect and hence they are used on occasions when it is desired to show more than a ordinary deference to distinguished personages or to holy things No work on the liturgy makes mention of any other than beeswax candles in any of the sacred functions except to condemn them unqualifiedly The law requiring candies for the altar to be made of beeswax Is very strict and it Is exceedingly rare that a dispensation is granted for the use of any othermaterial It is never granted on account of poverty no matter how great that poverty may be Thee only ground recognized by the church for dis pensation the impossibility to procure j beeswax and as soon as it can be secured the dispensation ceases St Auselm tells us that the reason the church has selected the caudle as the of producedwickindoaedwith it images His soul while the ruddy flaJllecr wnlng and completing the union of wax and wick typifies the Divine nature subsisting In the human in ono at Divine Person Candles may be blessed at any time during the year but it is the custom of devout Catholics to ta candles to their respective churches on February 2 sometimes called Candlemges flay and by the church the feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Five prayers are used in blessing the candies In the first the priest asks God to hear at all times the prayers of the people who carry these candles The second prayer is an invocation at to God to sanctify with the light of his heavenly benediction these candles which his servants desire to receive is BlessedSaviourgrace on the people In the fourth cornmousedpared for the lamps tp burn before him continually Is besought graciously to Jpour forth his blessings uponthe can ere SQthroughlight of the Holy Spirit may never be i prayeronrRedeemer T1 legrantand faithfully correspond with his love a The faithful have caught the spirit pf ral the church with regard to her bleeeed arid have come to look upon on by theTIBcrawentaJstheir lighting them ia times of dangerlit litespeciallydurlngstorms esire to have the dying expire while w holding a blessed candle in the hand the materiel light being thus marls a- ymbol bt the Invisible light thatisto guide them after death to tberealms of everlasting happiness In this connection itmaybewell to taeption the Paschal candle that is blessed pa Holy Saturday This candle of extraordinary size and is placed oa the Gospel side of thealtar where it remains autil ASceaUba day bead b times the offices of the satire year were Inscribed l- oa the Paschal candle Later the offices were inscribed ba parchment idatUektdte the candleiby means of pae of tkeJve grains of Incense that are ti inserted IB the candle during the preeoea ofblMsiag I- eItis worthy of remark thatthe deacon and not the priest jor iasmaller ebMrokea ItheoiMbrHtaii deacon and tM ii privet blxiss be DaeohsLeaadie This- chasRele made to alg MSf t tiwt to the M aPoetJee bwt to other was entrusted the JIJ artisrto rfor the holy sopplektr nit ai i4nhib OJkeJWaitsa pr ls iPC 41 M rtnpwws I t1 wounds of our Blessed Lord wh ehwe inflicted before his death but t cicatrices of which were retained Him after his resurrection The material of these grains represents the spices with fCrthepintoremain there aferwatd The candle represents pur Divine Redeemer himself dead and then risen to a new life to die no more as the apostle declares for the candle is not e performIngs of incense are inserted in it before it iis lighted to represent the wounds whic SaviourtThe virgin wa the candle typifies his sacred body while tbe flame and light show Him to be the Word of th Father enlightening every one tha cometh into the world The incense iis pliJarlguided in their wanderings during forty years In the desert on their way to the fIDEATHSI lfr The funeral of tpatrick Flaherty who died on Monday at his mothers rest deuce 126 BulHtratreetr took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption Wednesday morning Deceased was twentysix years old and WM quite popular in th community in which he lived Little Geneva F Miller the eight yearold daughter of Otto H Miller 2102 Baxter avenue passed into eternity at the home of her parents on Sunday The little one was a bright and lovable child and the pet of a large acquaintance who deeply sympathize with her parents in their grief The funeral took place fromII St Bri Ids church Tuesday morning I1 t Mrs Mary McMahon wife of the late Thomas McMahon died at the residence- of her sop John J210 Lexington street on Monday evening The deceased was well known Catholic lady and her numerous friends attended the funeral which took place from the Sacred Heart church on Wednesday morning Father Walsh celebrating the solemn mass of requiem The many friends of Mr and Mrs John T Fitzgibbpn extend their heartfelt t sympathy on the death of their nineteen yearold sop Johtv Sheridan Fitzgibbon j who passed away on Sunday He Clhadsome years and his death was not unex IIpectedLoul Bertrandechurch on Tuesday morning William J Burke a respected citizen the East End died at the home of his fCbestnutJ f The deceased was fiftytwo years of age and a native of Louisville Two sfstersa Mrs Meyer Hilpp and Mrs Margaret Burke survive him The solemn requiem mass was celebrated at St Johns church 6 oclock Wednesday morning after which the remains were sent to Cincin riots for intermentaThe funeral of Mrs William Mans field who died at her home 1400 Sixth street Jast Saturday took place from the T Cathedral of the Assumption on Monday morning The remains were taken to New Albany for interment The deceased ai was sixtysix years of age and was A native of Ireland Her late husband was an the time of his death eleven years ago District Superintendent of the II Monon road One daughter Miss Nellie the only child that survives Mrs Mansfield had hosts 01 friends in Indiana and Louisville who will regret to hear of her death MM Margaret Adams a well known resident of the I bItISundarmorning She had been ilksev months and suffered from a compel cation of diseases The deceased was forty years of age and was a sister ofw Mrs Edward Bright wife of the popular Ieutenant of police and of JamesMeUI t who in in business at Twenty slx h p nd Portland The late Alderman Jack flMellettook place from St Williams church Q Tuesday morning and was attended a large circle of sorrowing friends CRevpaid high tribute to the life audfof the deceasedtn WELL PLEASED Great Crowd Heated Pane iyric of St Patrick to In Clifton all fibs pri gyrt rf JK Patrick delivered y the Rev William R Dnna Oi P at the Church of St 1rale88efRomeln Clifton on Sunday night was not only ably delivered but was heard by one of the largest coflgrsgatieBS that ever tilled liar church Fattier Dunn is one of the ablest of themanyoreton ia the DoailH order sari bis lecture was both orig inal and attractive Previous to the llecture the choir rea flared a speclai programme tail solemn vespers were sung with Rev ben tI4ocllMelodyl as celebrantJ A J Brady a4 qo rid join 3kartden imb daacottJ esties tMIICthe wine ae atid ia the Nary t1seRep if tsetr ThoeatwVJ- Chi Istifpl I Patii93c 7 eonfie tt Ilpeladt- itelirilselraspdesii iP J JP 4 heNAZARETH1 I Kentucky Groat Academy f- d o Girls Inculcates Lessons of Patriotism totLove of Our Dlvlno Creators MissionarysConducted the Annual- e Retreats LETTER FROM PRESIDENT ROOSEVELT Tr NAZARKTU ACADBMY March 10 Feeling that perhaps a brief account of the many pleasures In which we merry school girls have been participating might hold some interest for your many readers I write to acquaint them with some of the most important events On onr return to school after the holidays1 ouer I mldyeac examinations Success crowned- our l j efforts and a holiday terminated that much dreaded ordeal Then animated I j by the noble work and Christian sentiII ments of our beloved and honored Presl I dent Roosevelt the members of our firs senior class decided to write him anI apprelelationj brought the reply written by His Excel lencys private secretary acknowledging- the receipt of the letter and thanking the class for their kind wisheslj Early in February a drama entitled Cecilia was presented by the gradu ores With delight the audience followed that beautiful martyr through the different phases of her noble lire Her father the stern old Qulntilian strove by threatsII to compel her to wed the pagan Valerian but in vain Suddenly obeying the voice espouseValerianand adore her God and to love and fol low his teachings A feeling of fear and awe inspired those present as in smog i nation they accompanied her from con vi in the Catacombs to the torture chamber where the death sentence was uurelentingAlmacbius closed the programme of the evening whichwas pronounced by many the most enjoyable spent for a longtime The great variety of characters scenery and particularlyinteresting ti uThe Fortune Teller was given for the- musement of the juveniles We received quite a pleasant surprise the nest night Ins serenade by the col ored orchestra from Eardstown Popular pieces constituted their musicall selec lions which were played with the spirit j expression so characteristic of the Southern darkey of Soon February 22 rolled around and by with it rose the loyal spirit of patriotism his 1s a day that is always anticipated rwith great pleasure by the Nazareth girls not only for the holiday sporta that usu 1dayenjoyable entertainment was given that night by the intermediates entitled Cplnmbia The performance and the choice decorations were in keeping with the spirit of Ttfce day It closed with a tioftharafsed the glorious stars and stripes over the land of the free f4Onaby Very Revy Father Cronin of itseniorddrmauFalthReAt the approach of Lent all gayetles Bpdwlth feivo tlintosjyely commemorates the ignominious 11asslouearlier this year than iis CUD at tqnjary Itcommepced Tuesday March and terminated the following Satur pay Theexercises were conductedbytbe J tlel9 j icago 111 He seemed to pour forth his very soul ash spoke to us in beauti II- ut ICand itnpaswipned language of the malicp of sin the terror of the judgment and the sweet charm of virtue Every Jhearerj bumllityandthe standard be wished ustofpilow andenflaiad our souls with ejnulatlori of that is good and noble With the promfaeofanother letter the nesrfutdre andhearf gOOdwishe diforable paper Iwill only add a worn to thank yon for your put gourteatisisad- the ktd you bave ever tkealtt t Wsjaretb Acmts CiXkickffj 1 NEWPORTN Lafayette Council YiM IofNew a port celebrated St Patrick day last eastliteracyvtsre gvn by members the wives sisters itorSt 0BSBRVBD PXOMQTlDN v rtwestryearistheeirployoftkehaierllklraekvilkeari 1i Di U4IMDteOtd tuoeira tT O4tse- C 1 r 1 4 best known and best liked clerks la tthe I employ of that road has severed tits relations from same His ability as executive ceicwas recognize by and Chnrletown West Carolina raliroa- r who offered him the chief clerkship in their general office in Augusta Mr M c Guinness is a young man of aterll ability and will yet make his mark in U railroad world One characteristic of Martin above all was that he was true I laid friends He leaves with the best 011 wishes of all his friends who pied his success in his new position GENERAL REGRET Expressed Overthe Untimely Demise of Mrs Min nie Whelan rIt is with sincere regret thatthe KenI tucky Irish American chronicles the death of Mrs Minnie Nash Whelan which event occurred at her home 1813 West Jefferson street on Sunday morn- f ing The deceased was one of the ben known and most greatly beloved your matrons in local Catholic society and he untimely demise is n source of sorrow tto many friends and acquaintances Mrs Whelan was born in this city thirtq thre years ago Besides her husband I Whelan her mother Mrs Mary A Nash and her brother Edward J OBrien i Tobacct I beenIlast October when an attack o r grip left her in such a weakened condi affectedt I Mrs Whelan was a graduate of Nazareth t Academy and was an active worker 1 in the institutions alumnae She was t also active in many Catholic charities in Louisville both before and since her marriage The funeral took place St Patricks church on Wednesday morn 1 ing and was largely attendedar JOINT AFFAIR 1 1 Hibernians and Americana United In Celebrating St Patrick Day The celebration of St Patricks day in Boston was one of the greatest ever held in that city It was not only the anni lary of Irelands patron saint but ItC was likewise the anniversary of the evac nation of that city by the British troops during the Revolutionary war Ameri appropTafelpEarly in the day the warships in tbev harbor fired salutes which were answered from the torte Mayor Jphn F Fitzgerald entertained a number of evacua on day guests and Hibernians at breakIfast Among the prominent guests were I Lieut Gen John C Bates Congressman William S McNary Rear Admiral Sams Snow and Gov Curtis Guild Jr A feature of the days festivities was av military and naval parade in which blue warshipsparticipated monster proportions and was reviewed Mayor Fitzgerald and Gov Guild SPARED NO PAINSfl of tlTtucky Bowlers During the Week H Bowlers have held full sway in Louis villa since last Saturday Knights of the vitae have come to Louisville from every point pf the compass and everyone of them has been made to eel at home The visitors were given royal welcome and have ijeen charmed rhospitalsty all not wish 16 return to Louisville at pome future time While the American Bowling Congress was the mainspring hethtng that made the wheels gp around the greatest interest of the pub centered in tile pationa tournament to the new armory The American Bowling Congress pracf tically concluded its work Ion Wednes day when the majority dectdedto hold next tournament In St Louis Pulls delphla was aclbse second 4arid fought inchofi the ground bntthe Mound delegation proved too muchjlfor the of Easterners The Louisville public has conceived new notions Jthegamei It has found thatJMa a cleanlyl ajidlhealtb C- uspoft and that its deypteesjlare gentlemen ei On motion of John J Barry oe of Loujsvlllea delegates the American Bowling Congress adopteda resolution provididg for the union label on all printed matter used by the congress The resolution passed unanimously In Ungthat the bowlersj arefrienda ofn union labor The tournament bas beans success neyery way Since thejjopenlngthere hoe been something doing all the time and the fair MX La9becu as much in eyideacq as thh etroggpr sex Severalso crack local teams roll tonighttHoanrimg large Bttettdarice FATHER MARRY ILL News wee receivedbere1ondaythat RTi pakerJanieeBrllsttqraetor of Baals pliurob In Lerda4en did pfal1tday 8elvaa reviveitYta1 1 I alt J eibae pPt ear tor 6eooapletareove ttit t t trf r ERIN GO BRAGHA Socially aa Well as Religiously DanIeObserved toHthectGaol Wore t oreenS- aturday Grand Gathering of the Faith fulat St Patricks Church s AUSPICIOUS WEATHER COND1TJOIS patrontgrand style at St morningrj congregation turn out In force but almost every parish In the city was represented by numbers of the PatrickIJ P Cronin Vicar Gen eraland pastor celebrated the solemn high mass with the Rev Father John OConnor of Holy Cross church as dea chaplainfsubdeaconman D D of the Cathedral was mas ter of ceremonies Besides thesefourleen other priests occupied seats In the sanctuary Hf The choir under the direction of Prof Twelfthmaugmentedbynd at certain times a cornet and violin were used to swell the chorus At the last gospel Organist Schmitt played Irish airs among them The Harp That Once Roseofdown the aisles at the conclusion of the sermon St Patricks Day wasjgivcn In march time The sermon was preached byjthe Rev whohavethe same subject The Life and Works St Patrick declare that thlsfwas the grandest ever delivered in thatchurc Among other things he told hisjhearers that St Patrick went to Irelandlan alien He threw himself so heartilyinto his greatwork and lass love for thepeople such that he became a real part of the race and his spirit continues to this day to be a part of the Irish people no matter where they are scattered After the services were over the visit ing clergy were guests of the Very Rev Father Cronin at an elaborate and aub l dinner From a weather standpoint March 17 an ideal day The sun god Baal the beforeStthe Irish In Louisville all day Atter the spell of Inclement weather that land been experienced during the week previous old Baal was given a hearty cead mills pagan or no The local branch of the Friendly Sons St Patrick held their annual celebra on of their saints day at the Seelbach lon Saturday evening Covers were laid for forty couples and President P Callahan presided as toastmaster Those who responded to toasts were Judge Matt ODoberty P TS SnlllvaaVpf Wj3DohertyThe Friendly Sons of St Patrick Is an organization of Irish + mericans and bad IAJltUeYork By degrees it spread its branches over the UriHedSfaTes Its objects are purely social 4 i J H SlnlingSotyJyelJrslgoheldSaturday evening Ttie society ceased exist twentyfive years aAbut a number of flag former members decided together and celebrate StPatrick day TendingGermanAinerlcsnebtj senU Charles Nejjmeier wMltoastmaster and acquitted himself in hUjujnafelicit ous styli CHarles P Trickwhd wasne the sQciety proinineptMwsiMiti in 174 delivered the prlpdr4a reM Others who responded to toast arere Dr ri Weidrier Adolph Atiw rust Dr LPMt Rpmjgeraad G org ckerj All eyeningThe djunct of the atseelbechefvaningThoseBlooqJJohnGeorge JR Huatjr James wa Ken edy Stuart R KnottJ Jpha HLpry SmltbWilliamWf wmiimsJ JOtosatsngs till triidnighr fth iSonsaadrirughtsrejeEi grfnJjta Cot tm bugs Ohio celebistedf3t Patricks day Jid RevFetker IIIedeU i church The tMiii social feature was the aCjMIfi k ReL1bPatJ CgantyPresiderWMioif 1I rr tlfs10rterlkattka 1crI 1 e r r I t KV1N rici 1J1ik ribiCrOAl I IKUITEJGKYJJMtmfS IfijfucY i tNJ sie oX all IrIk A Ic- 4eawd te tk Moral a jLt ftS- dl OULliHKZNTUOKY uIISH AMIGAN PRINTING tiMo IdbrIIMLAR PER YEAR SINULI3 COpy IC L atsSepondC1ais 4attr I rIitrd stIpLidytleototfCO IRISH AMERicAN326WeiUIrcn Siteit LOUISVIL 1tK gArt1 U4 1tCfI 4i9P I tHt QODULJ35 JUQtJll h J The p1IYSICatCO1LS6rl fctthe threatened is a Bax winch is regret to hissource of extreme taabtf 1 fcwnjls JtfrtilrtJtoBftifl abroad iFoc fiftyrthreq I years he has served inthis diocese and a few more months will see him celebrate his fiftieth anniversary as pastor of Sinns church WmMi newS of his breakdown reaches the other parishes iin the city and State there 15 not brie place where the people will fail to repeat the prayer God Spare and bless ratherBaic1 CONGRATULATORY- The Kentucky Irish American extends L its hearty cqngratulotfon to the Hiberniartcommitteewho arranged and carried to such a sue cessful conclusion the StPatrlckss day entertainment of last Sunday night Even the most critical could fail to find a fault with the musical programme so exquisitely was it arranged and so beautifully wash executedgAnd then the address by the Hon Jphn T Keating whojcan adequately describe it 11t- 1tad to be heardl to be fully appre dated It was beautiful patriotic spiritedSbut never passionate Always instructive in his remarks the orator dropped occasionally from humor to pathos that changed laughter into tears It was fitting that ucbJ1 high class address was plated in such a superb musical setting Even Mr Keatingi tom plimented the soloists and said that it had never been his pleasure to heartthelbeautiful songs of old Ire land 30 artistically rendered This was praise indeed when one remembers that Mr Keating has addressed audiences and has heard musical programmes all over the United States and in Ireland It is hardly necessary for us to extend congratulations to the singers and instrumental performance The audience shoved its appreciation of their work inits liberal applause The whole thing was so highly approved that the Hibernians will be encouraged to give another before many moons roll around special credit is due for thIS pro gramme to the members oI the St Patricks day committee who tire George J Butler Peter J Cusick William f Meehan Joseph L Xenlhan Thomas Quinn John M Mulloy and Thomas Keenan OUR NAZARETH LETTER J1 another column we present Hir readers with a letter from Nazareth Academy one of the old est educational institutions in the State The letter is written by one qt the academicians a young lady in her teens It breathes love of God and love of country In her lietfert I UgJou ant patriotism are as united as if she tried to entwine- tbeniikseparablyii and yet the two are vidwioctlyr apart from each tkfef fWch in its own place Rob Yet aitid3 Cecilia ate char J ctera io wide contrast yet this fair Nazareth girl presents both beautifufly Of course nearly vey Cathrtic knows that dot only Naz reh btft al Catholic schools fic demes and cojlegeB jnKentucky 1I ll Mte the sate teachings but litl he dais ipf skepticism and coaimercialtam many overlook the I fact tliatf such iastitatfens exist twfaoi one pfimany im testate but iliieWie titelD Hi 1 I Ii TAKBS HORBPUL YIBWiv fr1tu1T1 f Ii U TfeKpifl J6W RMMHudi Mene w fk iU Mottv1ittjoAU ulmIl r1 t fi tlOliJu Ittla I I f11tl urJf1i fi J etfiem4 k tm i 1 that country Mdressuig the i ster street parade at Manchester England on St Patricks day he said that he belivecL that Ireland had mijfc1 imtJ that the record of tile last elections r9I1 flCC1 1S yeJch 9 j that Eng4of tbc fmur wt1 give Ireland all RItt pfie cquld reason ably expect or demand He added that the Government would be given time to fulfill the pledges contained Jin tile Kings speech pnd the Nationalists would not cqntem plate the possibility of a rising in which they would be forced to turn their weapons upon the present Government as they had turned tthem upon previous Governments l So far1 so good but let the Gov ernment JJeina hurry Mr Red inondl STOP TO PONDER Our esteemed contemporary the editor of the Catholic Citizeq of Rochester N4 Vasks Do our nonCatholic friends ever stop to ponder on the increasing popularity of St Patricks day as one of the greatest festal days of the world Is there toot sbaiethilng strange in the great respect displayed in America for the patron saint of Erin whose sons and daughters have peopled the universe The increased veneration of St Patrick is due to greater respect for the doctrines he taught by the truth loving American citizens whdI detest calumny and hypocrisy when shown in its true colors The observance of the day as far asI wearing of the green is concerned is increasing in iu svifleLetusI hope that our fellowcitizens of other races are trying to show their respect for the true faith and fpr the land from when whence we sprung ENGLANDS NEVV DEMOCRACy One of the labor advocates elected to the British House of Commons has caused an awful introrducfngi salary equivalent to 1500 of American li ri rIrh old mesh bers Were horrorstrickeri It wilt take some of them years to under stand it The true Britisher con siders the House of Commons a gentlemans club and the Brit ish idea of a gentleman is a man that will not work In America we call these people tramps For yearsi IrishAmericans have been sending money to Ireland to keep Irish members in the British Parliament Our poor mechanics and tlabors are continually sending money for this purpose Our servant girls are even contributing for the same purpose and every dollar of it finds Us way into English coffers The English have a false idea of paying monster sums to the family royal but not a cent to the people who make her laws In America we order things differeritlyi The men who give rip their tUne tQ sit Jn our State and National legislative halls are compensated for their loss of tine from their respective bnsi aessesi lit England the impression prevails that only the moneyed classes should make tile laws The poor are sot ededtoeujoy any irighfc Now iit Seems that a pew Cbid of I Hocwcy has been bop inngjaridahd Its first shrill cry is tfor money Verily the EnitllshA- 1 i ii j iKi people are waki gup to the march ftIlfllJ hTlJI of profir r T a Jae tWti8g hoplw Wfmdttto- b Jfly7gI l WIiiiu Wi Wut rl 1UjtI t LiifJsLl- tMMhat iItt I 1aMf1Itd r UftIaSSiLbr l f i icIutfons1 e UI s Isvill will always we lers ther they tati ck one city or 4egTe to tte4B C owe Col Haager a vote of thanks for bring lug such an aggregatiflHofihappy spiritsiothiacitY The qltXPMtrs made much bItbefctkhaNire than 3000 square yards of Irish linen passed through the United States I nil I nr 1ni i MI 1 customs office here on St Patricks- f l t H i K f 1 it n i day Thank h ftvenjj1re1 d is beginning to send us something besides emigrants Help the Sinn Fein jbliyandWe will sodn buy Kilkenny ibst ofItalian marble The editor of the Catholic Jour nul of Memphis says Ireland misses TParneti J f Her pfesenV leadl ers lrtelrkitofsllplrayTngintbI the hands of the nRiish6overnment This is like calling a man a liar the telephone pur esteemed ftrerI u 1 I l contemporary lcillrJ1y call Mr Redmond or any of his colleagues traitors to their faces REMEMBERED C William Smith Receives Tribute From SN Cecil las Branch I The members of Branch J4 Cj K of A handsomely remembered C William Smltb one of its bid and faithful nietn ben i by presentiug him with a beautiful picture at the last meeting It Ila a copy of Hoffmans masterpiece Christ in Gethsemane and reflects credit oil the taste of the committee who selected it yhi presentation address was made in happy though informal manner by Miss Louise A Fackler the Financial Secre4 tary Mr Smith w ssurprisedandal the same time delighted beyond measure He was one of the original bund of charitable Catholics who organized the Knights in Louisville twentyeight years ago He is still as zealous in working ffor the welfare of the order as on the day he was Jinitiated In presenting the pict ure Miss Fackler sal 1fb part Never did the name Knight rest on worthier shoulders After an honorable career during the civil war you returned to Louisville to take up the cause of the widow and orphan which is likewise the cause of the Catholic Knights of America Since the organization of the order you have striven valiantly as a true Knight in relieving distress Of the bereaved and unfortunate Accompanying the picture was a written congratulatory message from the branch Branch 14 while not making any great strides from a numerical stand point is holding its own and its members are looking forward to the approach leg visit of Dr Gaudjn the Supreme President with the hope hatanew impetus will be given the order as the result of lila addres- sSUDDEN DEATH- Xavcrlant3rothcr ci Kentucky Nativity Dlccj In thc I Bast Wont was received in Louisville this week of the death of Brother Christian j of the Xaverian onler which occurred at their college in Worcester Mass last week The deceased was n native oft DayleM county this State und had beet aiJmmleror the Xaverian order during the past seven years He belonged to the Higdon family prominent id Catho 1lie and State affairs in Western Ken+ tucky Brother Christians first mission after be left the novitiate in Baltimore was- VorceaterEA year ago be became HI ot heart tronbleand was sent to Baltimore He improved gradually and in February was aentibflck to Worcester On Friday last he attended the community exer cises attended mass and received holy communion After massihe complained of illness and gradually grew worse nntii he died at 1 oclock in the afternoon He was hurried in Worcester on the following day Two of hiHlbrethers and two of his sisters attended the funeral The former areXaveriana and the latter are Domini can nuns Brother Justin the eldest often children is Superior of St Josephs school at Somerville Massb while Brother Augustine U at the same mIssion Slater Maaaini is in St Francla de Sales Con vent afCharl slow end Sister Boniface Is In the Dominican house at Waverley MBM Brother Christian is also survived by a venerable father and mother two brothers aad two sisters wbe re Ide in D vieM county MOTHER AURAJ HOMEt f SlerAree Superior of St Joeepha Infirmary n1ahvd her annual retreat at the mother house at Nawethaid returned to this city oa Tuesday Her health which was rendered precarioM by a recent attskJ f4JM grip iIs snuck improved Sitter Aurea tis one of the m popular ntins indltIt i Hd herII fewi arIegioii II f 1teit WtuTQ etrHti The k rathet Thdni4 Wi ftIi who waspaiufujijurtdii1le bi Jb l1i act of W IMlfflnf Wevei weeks ago II liiipioviag iIW1y at lii j1 Va tn brJi ioei lf Jft JlrIIz11I D nO I II 1 IYJ1I m Ii1 1 fDKa feR id ofPorllH1i N joying a visit to Chicago hICehIaI4daa geuriied fipt two wjseks trip to New York Miss Ada huh has returned from a pleasant visit to friends in Nelson county i MfssBeczieftannbii has returned fr mII an enjoyable visit to Newark and necUcHt uThe Misses Edith and Carrie Fitz gerald have taken apartments at the Gait House I Mr and Mrs Frank LL McKernno will return to their house at JBeecbmont about April 1 James jj Reaganhaa been spending a week ln rest and recreatipn at West Baden Springs r Marikiliggina of 818 Oldham street isirejdicbgbver the arrivalat bs home of a fitfe baby boy I I Miss Katd Wathen hs gone to Okla homa City to visit her sister formerly Miss Pattie Wathen I v- Mrs Presley Ray was the guest of Miss Mary Semple in the Highlands during the present weekr II tqMrs Charles Roberts lisa returned to her home in BBrds own after a pleasant visit to friends in this city Miss Katie Payne has retained from Anchorage where she was the guest of her sister Mrs William Endy Miss Amy Tajbott of Bardstpwn has returned home after a delightful visit to Miss Edith Newman ou Alprton avenue Mrs E S Mnnohau has returned from Florida where she spent severalt pleasant weeks Her healths is much improved Clarence Mf Neyin formerly a Louis villa boy now located in Lexington will visit friends in this city for the next fw days Mrs G E Weber and children of Chicago Illare visiting her parents Mr and Mrs a William Smith of 2422 Bank street 4 His Honor Mayor Paul C Barth has returned from Florida greatly improved in health He rcsumd his executive duties on Tuesday Doming Daniel E Doberty the retired mer chant and his daughter Miss Mettle will go abroad about April 1 and expect to remain away several months The Grand International Auxiliary Division 258 Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers are arranging to give a mask party at Lewis Hall on April 17 Mrs F IL Breslio of Cincinnati has returned home after a pleasant visit to her mother Mrs Ellen McKenna of Howard Park Clark county Iud Thomas Furlong the popular printer is receiving congratulations on the birth of his first child It is a boy and Mr Furlong is particularly proud this week William Meld the grocer at 340 West Avery avenue is convalescing from a Severe attack of pneumonia His many friends hope to see him out within the next few days- Another bafcy girl lies arrived as a harbinger of joy to Attorney James J Fitzgerald at his home 626 Third eve nne Many friends are extending their congratulationsAccording members of Mackin Council Jack McQdesfi is the happiest man in the West End He is the proud papa of a baby girl and hit face is wreathed in smiles Miss Mamie Fritsch a popular belle of the East End and Bert Helm of New Albany will be united fn the holy bonds of matrimony at St Josephs church on- WednesdayApritI8 Prank Tight who has been ill for sev eral weeks at his home on West Broad way continues in a very serious pondi tlon but his friends are still hopeful for a change for the better The numerous friends of Harry Moran a well known young man of ttye West End who has been seriously ill for sev era weeks will be pleased to learn that he is reported much improved William E Holbacb of Chicagojiis the gueat of his brother C L Holbach at his home 2635 West Jefferson street The visitor is engaged in business in the Windy City and this is hk first trip horse in seventeen years MillS Aftn a Hayaa has gPBe to new York tEjjobs her Ulster Miss Angela Hayes who baa been spending several weeks at port Ethan Allen ss the guest of her cousin Mrs Milton Holllday This etiarlDtagtmatit wilt cbaperon the Misses Hayes at the W 14orf Astoria I J J OConnor prominent member oft e Chicago bar aad D J Coffey a JeAl satata jiealer of Milwaukee were H Mpf Timothy OSqllivaa at his horse uScteaih street OB Saturday StaJlRlY- adMoudattttr OCooa fiJfe a ItrII J alaw of Mr4Oulhivan aHa Mr Coffey I sqi a fpfswr MheoltMtei They were utj route itl CIciiatIand wiJretHra here 5ex wek i ilnMTx E Mulcay oflOt rdII street has anuaBncwd the eogejgemeBtof- ie a faijtfitftltfMi AllceV to John it WaeQn The whddluit will Isolemn sl kJ Church ftbe RiNsedI Sears untst 6f l4ek tbe moraJng C- Hi pri Th ride 1Is i assistantk 5niln tr Tito9rhli1 cajiO3a1 oarvun it MrHt 4I- I rwJiI 21 UDtim CYl1ud qI uu oii II SU 6EPYDREQTOYD1V11i141 t Meets oa tke Second WML Pcmr +t Tuda day Evenings of Each Month IMulloyI Clines Recording Secretary Thomas Kee nail jrFinancial Sqc taryPeter 3 Cusick 1911 Bank streeVfjilJI j5 Treasurer Tboaws SWafe- hSergcantat Artfls Edward Craddick IDIVISN 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday J Evenings ofEach Jfonth1 Preside At Cotf J Ford Vice Preside Wllllam T Meehan Treasurer Owen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T Lynch Financial SeCrefary John T Keaney I 1111iirVISI Nar r IJIIII Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings qf Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice President JohnHedbessy Recording SecretaryDennis JCole pantt Secretary tlahfei Io bough ertyl1i il1 Treasurer GeprgeJ Butler SergeantatArms Thomas Noon Sentinel Martin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the SecOnd and FourthiWedues day Evenings of Each Month Pref ident John A Murphy Vice President Joseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial Secretary Emmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street Treasurer William J Connelly SergeantatArms Robert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSpNVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County President Michael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleason Vicepresident Michael Breen Treasurer Louis Constantine Recording Secretary J B Murphy JrFinancial SecretaryJohn Kinney Sergeantatarms John E Murphy- DoorkeeperEugene Constantine Banner Carrier Timothy Kinney Marshal John A Kennedy Y 3MC X MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club Honse 530 Twentysixth Street President Charles S Raidy First Vice presidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Pat ton Recording Secretary John L Boland Corresponding Secretary Frank Lana ban Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Treasurer Daniel Weber Marshal James L Mullarkey Inside Sentinel Charles Oswald Outside Sentinel Louis Kinsella bookkeeper for Geher Son the deal ersin stoves and hardware KNIGHTS OF fiflLlIBBS Late News That WIll Interest Members Here and Else where A new council was instituted recently at Vancouver British Columbia Washington Mo wjll have a new class within the next few weeks certainly not later tbanEaster- HIs Eminence Cardinal Gibbons will officiate at the dedication of the new national home of the order in New Haven next June DeSmet Council of St Louis cele brated its third anniversary by conferring the third degree on a class ot sixtyfive A smoker followed the initiation- A new council with a charter member sblpotsixtyhas been instituted at Granite City Ill More than 400 visiting Knights from St Loui and nearby towns took part in the ceremonies Two hundred Knights will go from New Orleans to Nashville to secure the fourth degree on April 25 Quite a sum per of other candidates will go from other cities to the Tennessee capital The new council at Jackson Tenn I will be instituted tomorrow It will be InauKuratedwitba class of between fifty and sixty The degree team from Mem phis council with confer the third degree Members of the Tourists Club have decided to make a trip to Europeand the Holy Land either late this year or early in the winter of 1907 Prank A Gross of Buffalo Council is in charge of the arrangements A permanent home for Pittsbnrg Coun ell seems to be an assured fact Cettain members have formed B company and have filed application for a charter under the name of the K of C Land Company of Pltteburg The Gilmomr and Cleveland Councils of Cleveland will begin their annual retreat at the Cathedral in that city tomorrow The Rev Fathers Thomas C OReilly D D and Raymond M Mylott will conduct the services which will con clnde on Aprlll- CJeveland Knights will begin their rinmal retreat at St Johns Cathedral tomorrow The exercises will cdntiaBe a week Services will be held daily at 715 oclock a m and 730 oclock pi in- The generalt communionl and conclusion Off the retreat will be brovght to a dose on Sssday April 1 Members of the order lia Philadelphia have entered a vigorous protest to the Governor of Temmsylvasla aad the Capi at Building CommUwoB at Harrodeb rg he1 Cominiwiod approved a coatraot for the decoration of the new eapitol with mural canvases some of which ate at VArlaMoeYflt historical truth andare an j ftfoat to thin Catholic citizens of the State FATHBR AtARQUETTES SSIr I A fJX r croM yhlch iiffis 1 behJsd 1tefl vis be at ni i thne j pprtoL lfaUMCVUiot the erlyJsaitjtg oaJpaidalJ ult JIl1 tJI I 00- J 0 oa00 1NSUIRiIYtOtT LIFE NOW t I I fJAECaTholic fffligHs of Americaf t1 l Stat1andshouldprotectbIewifeftn4chftdreu by carryluga policy ln thisolt4and established life insurance organization + An ex mIflBtion of Its rates Will convince you lfJ Ut rlQri ove t anotbers Remember that life Is uncertainsad de1y 11a gerous bisnftnow while you can and protect your loted ofatii U tihere are many branches in Louisville and applications or any de siredI information will be furnished by officers and members or by the r CENTRAL GQAHyjITTlp lirilK t NEWTON CjRQQRHS President HARRY A I VEPNBMAN Secretary NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT NO PRESENT LIKE I ill jOODJEWELRYI We have JqivelVy afo3 ptjier presents for lii wfiole family at 50 per cent less than other 1jewelers can possibly sell for SEE US FIRSm J iiHJ J BRUNN JEWELER 530 WEST MARKET 1tbel3tabIe d Gilbert Company INCOHM3HATKD StatioNers Printers Binder Booksellers I tprescnt4tIves off tbe fiammond typewriter i for KentNcky typewriter Hptllei KtbboRt efc for all ihacblnei cl I tor1bftb ant veen ts ZoutevtIIe I I 444 + + t + + + + f + 4 + + 4t + 4 ++ + + + 4 + 4tstt 4 FINE WINES AGNES I AL KOT845 West Green StrL- IQUORMo CIGARS H tea4d 7iIl7o7wLEysMonday Tuesday and Wednesday Evenlngi and Wednesday Matinee Thomas JeffersonRip Van Winkle II Friday and SaturdayMatinee Mme Mantelli in Grand Op- eraIIOPKTNSHIGH CLASSVAVOBVILLB TWO 9I1OW9 DAILY Opening Week Beginning Sunday Mar 25 FOY AND CLARK In HarryFoyAlI Iawrence monologist Kennedy ficRoonev in the happy medium Manclous flub and and Frank nyII comedy gymnasts Leah Rus sell the belle or the ghetto Sipes dog pony and monkey ciicUj The Kinodrome the insurance solicitor EXTRA EXTRAI LES BRUNIN Modern BllllardUts BUCKINGHAM MATINEE DAILY WEES COMHENCIMQ SPKPAY MAS 35 W B WATSONS BURLESQUERS Headed by W B WATSON The Yamamoto Japs wire artists and Babard funny comedians M and Ringle jolly German girls anj magnificent productions Miss Jand the Bashful Venus i 11- INew Phoenix I SKATING RI OPENS SATURDAY FE o Two Sessions y Largest floor space in t ccl order No intoxicants sol dses PRINCESS SICA NK- OsIy groesd floor Old Armory SIvenzestntAfternoons t I- Isaturdays y 1OO e AFTERNOON 10 CT J5 CTS SKATIF CBTROSEBu pfiCIALTY T SON FLOI SIGNSpo 882 Fwirth Avesu61 W Idarsen 81f Botk T tepho es toieJAll orders receive prompt attention and tlafactlon guaranteed KATIE AGNES SMITH ladependentofall tiadertakers LADY EMBALMED W8sflJpg andslelng ac 1H8n4ChltJ I Ireri aspeclalty Eldest sbrpudl pbade ooftWr at reB4oable prices All cell- saswted peorstly day or ulgbt Name phonlfl77 14fie 2J08 Pavpept lire yasi1L4wcsll4ulhatwIIi preparea J tktai Jer life i i E9EhlhIIW r4wyEnaIrliI Ki ciidb itit Xwftld BIetctW C1lsslDe111 I rrkauit iaeSwl sszlig 9OIWt1 RQII1pe- 4wITczs4Mo4eI5eu eues IJI I z I OFFICE 110 8 TO 6 i I Blank Book I and I Paper Bo- xflnufac1RrersI r SUNDAYS 9 TO 12 DONJIU WANT Gfworkdone for I 1money Our Will Please You tlIitIWe are rciponsille and do just aa we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJao C Lewis Co PflIRMM ANDRWI 8SONS AlibiH MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rultor Tires 205 ad 207 WEST GREEN ST LDUI5VILLE DENTAL PARLOR 544 Fotjnh Avenu Painless Extraction Examination Fne Lady in attendance Established 12 years Honest prices good work anda reliable place All work guaranteed ten years Office open every night until S oclock Sundays 8aUt to 1 p m LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS 544 4th Ave In Avenue Theatre Building The Busy Mans tjnte BETWEEN t LOUISVILLE EVANSVILLE I ST LOUJSaHd- SDDTHWEST ISVIA U LOUISVILLE H MBON SL LOUIS R- YHEKttERSOH ROUTE PHllman Sleepers Free Re Knlitf Chair Cars Special Vouadri01 ltoteieebrilrtMS t Mtttb t and west first and third Tuesdays February nd arhll106 Special tourist rates to CoU oriido Texas M cxkiand NewMex lco canalIed IIit3ttontIc7lestvoCM iuZMeichI eriMksdNrthwWtP kason IiilrIr1CJ MJ j IYIJ i4uiaeiASAEI WDt S R j- ri U U- o 11 i iiI I I tONTUOxy XRiISH AlcIBRIOAN Iml ml itll 111111mmfin11Ilfi11G J1wrn Ii IJIJrlll 13Ei I E IDp 1 R S fN1 j M fl cE w w i t DII D i J O3= wMzw w Excellent ww MwlM r jMjrA i Ctomi mon M Mr w w w BockME 3 = TELEPHONE 113- 7w M w 500 East Green Streetw- tilitiiitttiUttttd 11111il1111iltt- r ll1111il111il11111111iliill111f1111111i 4 FR11NKFEflR B116Uy INCORPORATED I Brewers and Bottlers LOVISVILLE KY 1ABSTT BEER ALWAYSS Brewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged Tai P IIoNJ U3es 7Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts JOHN F OERTBLI BUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14041404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE Ky to + 4 4 Gran JALl14J Funeral Director ahaBmbalmfer Carriages Furnished for All Occasions en Skert Noticeu 809 W JEFFERSON STREET i TELEPHONE 8io It I M c t THOMAS KEENviN a Funeral Director and Fmbalmer d l ji 1J J tiIJ 1 mJELElHONE 385 1 i- r r IrAtll1sIhirafIe4roraltoceMon tCart + cIy j iof f I I t J225 W MARKET Av 11 i I b t allJ 9 l I I f t tI t tx I Hq 1 JJ J 1 J I I IU Jt fJIrJ Qt r+ J il jd 1 c it HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND li i J 7Af1a U7 d tt 1 J tllJJifUNE1RAL DIRECI OR Ai y au WAND EMBALMER JftQlitl1lt IS rIwAI r tim1 fW IIi oLmysoaetwiUcoaiap iiCti Wt13iF- tt n r r U- nu 1 IGllj1E RiJgliBct h Kentucky Irish Americanv if t OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET I iMoM M Sif fSoo j EXTREME s isbJ b ri I Is ljlapsei t St Johns 1heryezcrableand Very Revs Father Lawrence Barpastorof St Johns church epdtliieoldest priest Iii the dio cese in point of service is suffering from a general breakdown of his constitution While bra state of health Is precarious it Is by no means alarming and his parfsh Toners and friends all over the city add State hope that he will be spared to the ministry of thealtar of God for many years to come Father flax however is not one of the kind that yields readily and has decided to remain at his post The only concee sion that be has made is that be has agreed to postpone the reception of the holy eucharist from April 1 to an indefi nice date after Easter This year April 1 falls on Passion Sunday and for more than a score of years the pupils at St Johns school who were of proper age and sufficiently prepared were allowed to make their first holy communion the venerable pastor was preparing for this annual event this year when his break down befell him Be has only yieldedon the advice of his physician He is also contemplating his golden jubilee or fiftieth anniversary as pastor Of ohe congregation Three years ago bt cele brated his fiftieth anniversary aa a priest If he Is permitted to live until August he will have an unbrbketr record of fifty three years as pastor of one church St Johns The present calamity has been brought upon him by overwork and lack of an assistant priest He has bad assistants in former years but one after another were called away either by other duties or mhealtband the whole work of the parish fell upon this poor priest whose hair has beenwbitcned by the snows of seventyeight winters His many friends hope that be wilt speedily recover and that he will live at least long enough to celebrate hit golden jubilee as pastor TRINITY MEMBERS Will Receive Holy Commun- Ion atSt Aloystiis Church Presidenf Albert F Martin presided over the meeting of Trinity Council on Monday night The attendance was large and nine new members were obligated One new application was teceived The Picnic Committee reported that the annual ontjnfc would be held at Fontaine Ferry Park on May 22IIt was announced that the members would approach holy comsnnnion in a body at St Aloysius church tomorrow morning This is an annual custom and all members of the council are required to fulfill this obligation Tile Ways and Meant Committee reported that as soon as tle weather opens work will be resumed on the new club bottee At the tofilltnittce REMEMBERED President Charles S Raidy of Mackin Council Y MI 1 liar been presented with an artistically carved gavel by James Hoey the coffee dealer one of his particular admirers Mr Rajdy has expressed his thanks to Mr Hoey and hopes to continue in the latter good for HOME FOR BOYS The Catholics of Los Angeles Cal j are tryiag to build a home for the refuge of jts homeless boys The sum of 5pOO has already been collected by the Par titular Council af the Sty Vincent de Paul Society there This seems tojndl cate that thelLos Angeles Home will soon beegme aBjeftabUshed fact WHO KNOWS MHUQH Mrs SaraV H McHugh of Grand Junction Coll has written to Joseph P McGlntai of tbU city asking for infwHHt tiotf concerning her hiupandfl pP fe who sjie says left here forty years age Her husband sriame IsI Join Francis Mc thesmetIllliYl leer Elttftk wail nor s d Miss Celia t i tf to he mirrlagd rite M r3rf reuiIk wo411s1reyirformikm I KItIWeHlllkJ SefeIM1e1 COda LD CJ lln r FOOD WORK FAiR PRICES r- I 1 J MANHATTANI RESTAURANT AND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN DAY AND NIGHT 1564 W JetrersonSteOTTO EVENT Proprietor Home Phone 4715 CumbjiiSo All the new spring styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Old and Rare Whlaklcs a Specialty BLUEGRA8SA EXCHANGEA LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET HENRYAft JJPULS DYE RAND CLEANER Ladies and Gents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3633 528 Fifth Street HERRMANN BROS IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORb Distillers and Wholesale Dealll- eis in Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSOU BOTTLED IN BOND TelephoBe 1948 234 Sixth Street WINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hbt Lunch every morning from 93 to 1230 oclock 442 VV GREENIftl 857 Catholic Knights of America at Grand Junction Cp- lHeI4NESSYJOYCe The announcement in the Kentucky Irish American last week concerning the approaching nuptials of William Hen nessy and Miss Ellen Joyce was a pleasant surprise lo many friends of the contracting parties Prospective bride end groom Intended to hold their secret for firsttannouncementt grew so importunate that the happy pair decided that an ripen confession was good for the soul Hence they bare formally decided to 1let their friends know that the nuptial ceremony will be solemnized at St Louis Bertrand church at 6 pclpck on the morning of Wednesday ApfH 5 Miss Nora Joyce a sister of the brlde tobe will be made of honor Edward Tobmeyi particular friead of thegreom will be the b et sass After the cere Biony Mr and Mrs Hraaewy will take a trip to NewOrleanswhere they expect to eajoy their bGneyaoon toI SISTER MARIETTA 1IMPR9 JS fl Sister Marietta directreWof stndtea at Nazareth Academy who was removed to entla1owlyreoovert PATHIII ROCK STILL ILL The Rev lt1terP 1IllOeklnmlie- r111Uji l5t pktaIc Wide his condikial 1I t11tal ti he 57ur r tarto tbcIelR 1 of74I t tbjI IfmwbNAwaiLf tMtjJ=u lt QJlJ r TMApKIN COUNCIL JAIl iWIH a Class of Twelve Cundldates Next 3 Week Mackla Council held another splendid meetfaaon Mondaynight All the officerx werepresent except two and President Charles S Raidy occupied the chair Two applications were received and the Membership Committee reported that it was bustling for more William Quill was reported fully recovered Ben Ausdenmore is improving while Joseph Wald is still In a serious condition Prof Vincent TPalisi Jr was received by transfer from De Fraine Council at Lebanon He is an excellent musician and his services will be quite an acquisi tion to Mackin Council Two new can uponItMonday night at 730 instead of8 onclick on account of the Initiation A class of twelve will receive the three degrees Ben Sand offered an amendment increas ling the salaries of officers According to the rules the matter will have to lay over one week The report of the Joint Committee which met Sunday afternoon was read Ben Sand reported that the date for the annual picnic would be announced at the next meeting Jack McQuese sentthe council a box of cigars and asked the members to smoke to the health of the new baby girl who arrived at his home last week LENTEN SERMONS Rev Father Drury Speaks on the Life of Jesus Christ The Rev Father Edwin Drury the noted missionary of this diocese is giv ing a aeries of Lenten sermons on the Life of Christ at St Braids church on Von Borries avenue The sermons will continue until Holy Week and the parishioners are appreciating the spirit ual treat afforded them by their pastor the Rev Father Connelly Father Drury a eloquence is well known wbere1bc1slabored After hiss wide experience as a preacher to npnCatholIcs he is able to give his healers a most Interesting account of tie subject be lloves to dwell upon aid tbeprlcelefsfaltbmet by an increased attendance PLOCKPARKS Dr Albert A Flock and Miss Flora Av Parks were united in marriage by the Rev Charles E Craik at his residence bid Ormsby avenue at G oclock Wednes day evening After the ceremony the bridal party bad an elegant supper at their home at Twelfth and Delaware streets The bride Iis well known in the East End and for several years held a responsible position at the New York Store Di Flock conducts adru at Twelfth and Delaware and is deservedly popular with the IrishAmerican community in that vicinity INSPECT REGIMENT All the companies of the First New York Regiment of the Knights of St John have arranged for regimental inspection to be held in Rochester on May 1 This will be the first regimental inspection ever held In that city In all there will be ten companies with a joint membership of 600 Many Knights from nearby cities in R ew York State and New England have been invited to wit nest the inspection CARDINAL LOGUe St Patricks day r was Celebrated In grand style by theIrUh In Rome Cardinal Logue the Primate of Irelaudoffi delivtrod totheprofusion churches IB the Eternal City were well attendeL REMOVAL Frank WybraHt the popular ptc tographer will remove his gallery from itaiprwenfclecatietrat 434 Rent Market to4i7WIIItt Market street next week Hlall popularity will BO doubt Increase hecityr I 1 BOWLIIWS1OMeITIjto + qfllJI 1l lri- tii hlgtl anhoHlpgt4AlwiIlI j I I fwII j QUID li b l vji i ML lfl 1 Y ji jAsK FOR t WALTER k 1 i 7 il1jf ffi EflO I 1 n v Iff Clay Street Brewery S Ili Common 1 j mI mt ffU Bock Beera- iit tBOT PHONES 810814 CLAY STREET d DRINKJJ tJ II0ftfrau i serer Beer T BREWED BY i j SENN Be AGKERMAN 1WIG C01tIP INt70RPORATEn TELEPHONE 482 LOUYitVXZvX KY I ICumb Phone Plain 1913 5953TrC WIEDEMANj BREWING COMPANYB Celebrated Draught and Bottle Begs Sold at all leading bars and cafes RenownecJ for purity stres tfi and excellent Snot Gruber C Peuser Managers Louisville Ky ASK FOR 1 DIERSENsiINE DARK BEJDR Telephone 1137 K ONE OF THE FIN EST8EERSMADE JOtiT E PRANX WALTERS t ClayStreetBreweryS12and Telephone 3093 LOUISVILLE RY I 111 I 1 1 I II IM1 HZlII II 11 J B TRACY 19BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS E AND EMBALMERS IcrroaShort Jl J 1 IJ 1 HIH 1I J F 11i h JIj1 1 1 J I J J I tt DANIEL JDOUGHERTY t Funeral Director t and Embalraer Itettt Ph9Rf29M Carriages FurnkhH Ail BcoasUiit All taia Ahiwcred PrerapJIy Dr er Night rai w Muk stt en jailt am i3tj tU t tt tJ U t t + + + K r 1- Dn 71 f r UAIWKC ni fXte Jeti t r Vcstierinaiy IrifirrHiryaHd I IT 1 r SltilJl P 1 11 t1 V J 1to 7 11 1 j t- L jK TPinCAND l1RAC I 4f1HOISESIIara t M ffflIM a l 1fJnr + +rJIfi X W 1 J Lb nomn t i c + trUiy tJtNr U I rUI 1 UREMEMBERN t1 1 1THAT THE BEST PLACE IN THE CITY TO B- UYFURNITURE OF ALL KINBS IS WM PR MAYER ii 419 W MARKET STREET i +t I I H 1 f u HI It t SPRING CARPETSSTOCKS AT THEIR BEST ROOM SIZE RUGSi ENORMOUS LINE Our buying capacities unable us to secure great advantages You shore these advantages by buying from us I I HUBBUCH BROS 524 528 West Market St 1 f VISIT OUR WALL PAPER DEPARTMENT 0 U H I 6 H H H I I It It tittt r S8 J TUB Gbas flr Rogers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a cat laud inspect our line of goods They are the finest of their kind in the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 W Jefferson Street 61 The lFarrand= Cecilian Piano THE PIANO EVERY ONE CAN PLAY f We shall be veryglad to Rive willpoil or write us The Parrand SeparableFeature By simply loosening a few bolts the entire front of the piano including the keydesk can be removed and the piano thus separated in to two parts PRICE 65000Payments if desired Music ten cents a roll MflNTENEQRORIEHM MUSIC COo- t oasoso POURTH AVENUE TH EMOUSE THAT PLATT BUILT v Everything Uptodate i- nFURNISHINGSMENS t Shirts to Order and Wedding f Outfits Our Specialties i II IIIIFIIIIt1iFI 1 I I I 1 I 11 I 1 1 I 1 +11 11 1 1 1 Hl 1 1 1 1 I FRESHROASTED COFFEE 3 Lbs1 for 50c ItS not only the beat in town at the price but it comes freshly roasted direct from my roaster to your kitchen with none of the flavor and strength lost by evapora Con asis the cise with grocery coffee Phone one trial order My great special Flack Oretn or Miffed Tea 4S e per lb Rebate Tickets worth 6c tn trade free with eveljd ttatIWOrtIt MTJTuLOTT tnOASTER rloePhone1333 AejtT QARKl1 STR Inh rI HU I Fihtt l1 1 1 I I 1 I H 1111 1 1 I 1 1 1 HIuJuI I I 1 I I 1 1 11 1 I 1 1 1 H I 1 1 I b T f 1L r h e The above lea paolographof a section of a business building showing cpa iitfosof the olsta ntAAa Plaster Boards were torn down by firemen after the firef Msnufactured for- t+ KENTUCKY WALL PlASTERCO INCORPORATED M M2V7v Brook and ELiverLouisvillej Ky T I Also operating iHodiier Wall plasUr JeersonvHle Iii Phone 665 74d r J rrrrrFFtt rfITfffilttn t I 1 NI 11 1111 IJIll H+H ftHE NORT0N GoFFEr60 r t IMJPqKTKRB BLENDERS AND ROASTER ales a HIGH GRADE COFfJ3l3lJ- p n l f n lrirttraitI IMPORTlftSOll+ m ffIoeWarfadmU ll Millar 3 J Kt r t1 on I rr rl V FIRST FLOOR Center Aisle i iNEWSPRING DRESS GOODS shelves are filled to overflow with the seasons best products in IIOur colors and black A look at our stocks will reveal many new confined exclusively to us Everything is priced in favor of those who try to make their expenditures the least Remember Easter is but three weeks off and the dressmaker needs time to do her job I satisfactory Fashion favors White Woolens and the following lists contain all the different weaves of any importance I iWhite Allwool Batiste Albatross Cashmere White 1Q9 Allwool Serge Mohair Fancy Mohair White All I wool Nuns Veiling Voile Flannel Serge per yd I 44inch White Shadowed Check Batiste Plain Allwool 12 White Crepe lie Chine Henrietta Plain Allwool Nuns X Veiling Cashmere Plain All woo I White ImperialI 2 Serge Mohair per yard IiICrepe White Allwooll Cashmere PanamaKMRfl White Allwool Batiste Crepede Chine per yd I 21 Gray Panama Mohair Fancy Mohair and Changeable I I I I MARKET STREET THIRD AND 00000 e IRELAND Record of the non Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Irish creamery managers report mnch progress in Tipperary during 1005 The early spring herring fishing I1t Lough Svrllly has been a great failure Free grants have been made to severa1 of tbe tenants who were some time ago at Mitchellstown The owners of licensed public bouses in Limerick all closed their establish ments on St Patricks day Official figures show a remarkable fal lug off in the consumption of intoxican during this and the preceding year Joseph Murphy was found dead in bis residence at Ballybricken Waterford h demise being attributed to heart failure It is looked upon as significant tbat the Lenten pastoral of the Bishop of Ral hoe was issued in Irish as well as in Edj fish Tbe resolution of the Strabane Tech a cal Committee urging tbe Urban Council to build a technical school has betn approvedLord has kindly consents to provide at his own expense a suitabl water supply for the people of Ballindiat County Mayo- Councillor Maurice Quintan has bee installed Mayor of Waterford in succei sion to Sir James Power who has tined the chair for three years Archbishop Fennelly expresses blmsel as highly pleased that an association for the development of Irish industries has been formed in Tipperary King Edward secured the St Patrick day shamrocks for Buckingham Palac from tbe violet and shamrock farm at Culliuamore County Sligo Last week a number of cattle propert of tenants la the Cast1 island districts were distrained for nonpayment of rent One day the pound was full In his last pastoral the Bishop of Cloy n warns Irish girls against emigrating to America stating with sorrow that many tall victims to great misfortunes in thi country resolution was passed by the Loath County Council approving of the prin ciple of the bill before Parliament guar anteeing the proposed Drogheda am Mullingar railway John McCaun Chairman of the Navat bacon factory said at the meet Ing that the trading for tbe year resultee ina small profit as compared with a loss qf over l500 last year For having in his possession the com plete equipment of a still for the mane actnre of poteen Michael1 Geohegau ol Zloonfirisb near Swlnford was sued 25- a l it the last local petty sesslops The death is announced of Daniel Kennedy i principal of the Monegay nationall icbool County Limerick He was held lu much esteem locally and took a deep uteri st in athletic affair Richard Hszleton who contested South Dublin against Walter Long in the late Parliamentary election has been selected is candlialefor North GalSyay in room of T Higgins who died shortly after his slection Bishop ODea urges support ofarticles if Irish manufacture and appeals to shop keepers to push their sale and the people jenerally to give theui preference The BIshops of Cioynea and Waterford and tlismore go on the same lines Tbe death has occurred at hit real ience at Pallasgreea County Limerick ofr Justice Richard J OKerurdy at thee of fiftyone He was fOr aerty amem- tar of the Limerick Board of Gaardiana and of the Tjary Rural District Council iBishop Qwensj who some time since eturned to UoMgbam from a private roepital ia Dablla balmott completely ecoycred and pccasloaally tak adrive btoughthti coaotry 34noe Me home tlUjlguWllMLmit seolHtidwifrom all partaof Mofiagbaa rd Permuegh- Ini deelarlsg tie Lieawl exbltitkm- nett Xiad 1Htrdu il b tat 5t- n jo if o etiy QOCI 76CI 100 I I II 01newsuited for coat suits and raincoats On saleII per yard at the bargain price of II 62 inch All wool Black Panama Voile tbe cloth that m Iisbedsper the yardUil XIIAllwool Black Poplin worth 125II per yard At this sale per yard I 54inch Allwool Black French Broadcloth sponged a1 j 29811IBET I000 evicted annual Gaelic Taffeta at the work done by the association The sales in England enabled a sum of 5750000 to find its way into homes of the workers in Ireland and the establish i went of an Irish lace depot in Dublin was the means of sending a quarter of a million of money to Irish lace workers All classes were represented in the cortege that attended the funeral of the Right Rev Monsignor McSwiney Dean of Cork and most notable wastbevery large number of representatives who do not belong to the fold of the cburcbNo less significant was the eagerness with which tbe poor of the parish and Cork generally gathered to testify their esteem for an unostentatious and generous bene efactor ETERNAL REWARD Sister Theresa Eleonore Remained Faithful Unto Death Sister Theresa Eleonore a member cof the order of the Little Slaters of tbe Poor died at their Home for the Aged and Infirm at Tenth and Magnzln streets on Tuesday 4 Sister Theresa had labored fcr the aged poor and Infirm during the past fortysix years and thirtysix years of the time was spent in Louisville She was a native of France and was born seventy years ago Befor entering the convent she was known to the world as Miss MagdaTena John No immediate relatives survive her The deceased was untiring in ber efforts to care for the aged poor and was greatly beloved by the other members of the community and by the inmates of tbe home Although she had suffered from asthma for several years she neve wavered in her courage nor faltered iIn her work She had hoped to live to celebrate her fiftieth anniversary as i1 member of the community Godsawfi t to call her to her eternal reward earlier and she passed into eternity with rain resignation A solemn requiem maSs was celebrated over the remains ot Wednesday morning AMUSEMENTS Me Him and I anew musical corn edy with an odd title will hold thi boards at the MasonlcTheater next week The cast will include nauy clever people Rip Van Winkle with young Tom Jefferson in the title role will be Macau lays attraction the first half of next week During the last hall Madame Manjelj will beheardin grand opera Bothprom isc to draw good housesI W B Watsons burlesquers described aa a thoroughly complete and top notch organization will come to the Bucking lam next week Besides two big bur esquers there will be a fine aggregation of vaudeville artists Intthe olio At Hopkins Theater next week several 01d Louisville favorfteswilt be seen Fay nd Clark are the headliners and wit be other artists will present one of the b st bills of the season The kinodrome will have hew and attractive pictures The races between students of the Dovi High School and the Manual raining School attracted great interest at the Phoenix Hill Rink during the present week Splendid records were lade and the interest in the sport iis unflaggingt Social parties continue to be all the age at the Priace s Risk Each sac ending sight brings a renewal of tdorUle MM of the floor after the ttblic service is over The floor is fdedeyery night and the Indications re that roller skating has come to- puisvllletoetay CK ot AAmongall fraternal life irarance oompaniee the order of the Catholic Knights of America hN proven to be the beet Its rates guarantee the 1Write1 Orli LPoc to Seerttary AnthonyI Matre M r o4Jftcosjd JlutldJXit1L- otI Mo I FoUr TIIaphonlltwl av agons arid Horaas thl- mMna CuaoadenDeliver 13 CrmqulokIi J r d 1 u 150 ili v C II 100 I FOURTH HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral News Notes A new branch of the Ladies Auxiliary has been organized at Cleveland Vt At Dulutb Minn a class of five received the Initiatory degrees at a recent meetingDivision 4 will hold an important meet- Ing on Wednesday night A full attendance is desired A new division has been organizedat Parkersburg W Va It starts ont wltb twentyfour members The Dramatic Club has secured a first class director andtbe members will now make rapid progress Our Ladles Auxiliary obligated seven new members this week and received several more applications Tuesday will be tbe regular night for a meeting for Division 1 Matters of interest to all will be discussed- At Memphis Division 1 celebrated with a banquet Only the metnbersjand a ver few invited guests were present The Ladies Auxiliary wil=bave tbei initiation next month Their degree team is busy preparing forthe event Fortyseven candidates sinned the chat ter roll for Division 10 of the Ladies Auxiliary recently organized in San Francisco At tbe first mass on St Patricks day 200 members of tbe order approached holy communion in a body ia St Lucyt church at Syracuse Members of Divisiou 6i of San Francisco met and organized a new company of Hibernian Rifles There are sixty members in the company At Hartford Conn the members assisted by the Ladles Auxiliary celebrated St Patricks day with a musical entertainment and banquet The order gave its first grand annual banquet at its new hall in St Louis ok March 17 Besides the toasts the musical programme was of a high order A class of twenty candidates received the first and eecondgdegrees from the County Boards degree team at the last meeting of Division 4 of Syracuse Division 4 of Minneapolis boasts an attendance of 200 at its last meeting It now has a total of 400 and promises to make it 600 before the summer is over County President L J McCormick was toastmaster thcannuaiitauquet at Buffalo on Saturday evening The celt bration was a notable and a memorable oneAt Erie the two divisions and Ladies Auxiliary are arranging to dedicate their new hall One of the eaturcsis a library with the best books by celebrated Irish authorsJ OIarrell ai member of the Order I at Portland Ore has been ordained priest He was born at Toronto Ontario twentynine rears ago but has resided In Oregon since l8f8 Division 1 of Glen Pails N Vhas a record worthy of emulation It Was organized April 1 IDOl with thirtysix members and sow has a membership of 124 The town only has 12000 InhabI- tants Interesting addresses were made by MiMes Mary Corcoran Mary Sheridan Mary Feley and Mrs Mary CUries at the luxiliary sleeting The suggestion that a choir be formed met with the approval of all present Forty members of Division 3 of St Paul partook of an oyster supper given by llviftioa 0of Minneapolis Tbe two tarns lad arranged a membership con rat the loser to furnish the supper Members of Minneapolis Ladles Aux iuarv aided Jin serving the refreshments Ten new member were initiated tt- On the Sunday prior to St Patrickst day the Hibernianl of Dunkirk K y receiv 4 holy commuafon in a Jiody at t Marys church FatbsrkiSMIwbo itciatsd at the annver fy mass of the rcler paid a high fribatlete tkeIIotet1 NI of theorderV LitSre4y the MM e Hwb n attmditd a reqatesi mass for te repose of the soul of the later SKsYtej haplain tut Rev lkre ardAIliady aekev 4 f- u d u J b orl- u IC ++ ut tt f H Ht H + It It tHt GREAT SALE IIRONBEDSIBeing r Iron Beds in Louisville We r show the best variety and most handsome designs at the low est prices ranging From 250 to25 JAMES GREENEI 425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET Jttr1tA eAA 9m BE SURE TO CALL FOR r N II- i McKENNAi I I 1- vrf1 WHISKY 1 IT IS ALWAYS PURE mt H McKenna 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