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I d h a a 1 t Qa r u II JJ lp It- y I t i iiII 1 l e 3 + y paFa MI i E1 U 4 1 AMERICAN v fir IIi O1 I i 11 I J r71 ft I V X ij t J It CLNrSVOLUMEPALM BRANCHES v 4yThes Triumph of Our Shortly Precedes His Death fFromI Leeson Church c Ceremonies ou That Day w Office of the Tenebrae and the Symbols It Conveys to V Catholicsr HOW FLORIDA COME TO BE NAMED A week from tomorrow our holy mother church honors the triumphant entry of the Saviour Into Jerusalem It is only six days before his Ignominious passion and death on the cross and yet the fickle people He had come to save strew palm branches In his path and shouted Hosannas In his ears In the old world processions of the faithful are formed In the churches after the palms are blessed In some cases flower are used as well as palms Hence we find the day known not only as Palm Sunday r but often as Branch Sunday and Flowery Pasch It may not be amiss to state here that comparatively few people are aware that the State of Florida was dis covered by the Spaniards on Palm Sun day 1513 and that peninsula took Its name from pascba Floridum the Latin for Flowery Pasch Sacred history tells us that six days before his crucifixion the Saviour came far from Jerusa to Bethanla a village not lem After spending the night with Lazarus whom He had raised from the dead our Redeemer set out for the holy city mounted on a young ass followed by its mother as bad been prophesied hundreds of years before A countless multitude went out from Jerusalem to meet Him They bore palm branches in their hands and filled the air with accla matlpusr Hosanna to the Son of David 1 Blessed is he that cometh in the panic of the Lord Hence we see that the JewsI recognized Him as the long promised Messias The people accompanied Jesus to the rtempleswbereHe delivered discourse C1 them during which a voice was heard from heaven The voice as If of thun der bore splendid testimony to his dlvlnI ity The gospel tells us that when ourI r Saviour saw the city He was touched with pity and wept over It Itis to commemorate this day that the church blesses palms and distributes them among her children and she callsI Tsarupon her faithful sons and daughters to exhibit joy upon beholding the Saviours triumph and considering our own future reward and sorrow on thinking that the same Jews whose welcomes were so loud will five days later make the air ring withcries for his death Catholics carry the blessed palm branches to their homes and keep them with great respect Often they are used for sprinkling holy water on beds before the faithful retire to rest On Palm Sunday the story of the Pas y slon is sung in the gospel In the sol emn high mass we hear three voices the voice of the historian who relates the facts is the deacon the voice of the Jew or sinner who accuses his God andI demands sentence of death against Him is that of the subdeacon and the voice of Christ the August Victim who main talus a calmness full of dignity all tbeI gentleness of a lamb In the midst of bisI executioners Is that of the priest In the gospel read in the mass on Holy Monday Tuesday and Wednesday the church coutlnues to remind us of a succession ofI events leading up to Christs agony and deathOn Wednesday evening the ceremony of the Tenebrae begins Ttnebrae means darkness and this ceremony Is so called because the lights on the altar and else where in the church are extinguished just before the close of the exercises It expresses the profound mourning of the church and likewise represents the dark ness which covered the whole earth at our Saviours death The lights used in the ceremony of the Tenebrae are wax candles and are placedon a triangular candlestick and at the left side of the altar The candles fifteen in all are placed seven on each side and one at the t top of the triangle AH are lighted when the exercises begin One on either side is extinguished at the conclusion of each psalm c The side candles are af yellow wax because the churchl employs tiO other at funerals or in great mourning The can die at the apex of theriaagle Should be of white wax because it represents Jesus Christ Ilis taken down at the last verse of the Benedlctus and is hidden behind the altar while the psalm Miserere and a prayer are recited Afterward It i- C i brought forth again This ceremony symbolical of tinedeath and resurrection n lour SviTbeothet fourteen can dies represent the eleven Apoetle Judas MarysrThe whale oSce of the Tenebrae show the deepest mourning We re permitted to hear roUt vqlcee that of Dvd who in his psalms bewails the out ni committed tgaiiwt tsMLordaBdl prophelt Wo JM kMHtetltu equal1 to his lOt TOWS relates the oaring dirK tU oft jKwnksv anti the eat of the Man m U- Q aIf God that of the church whose tender words call her children to repentance and that bf the holy women who followed Jesus from Galilee and who wept so bitterly as Hefascended the bill oflfCal 1r j J IIn churches where there are several priests the office of the Tenebrae is sung on Wednesday Holy Thursday and Good Friday evenings 0 Y 0 EDIFYING SIGHT Trinity Council Had More Than 200 In Her Ranks St Aloysius church on Payne street near Cooper was crowded to the doormat the early mass last Sunday and it is pleasant to relate that the great majority of worshipers were young men and boys It was the usual Easter communion day for Trinity Council Y M I of which the Rev Father OGrady is Caplain and it was likewise the monthly communion day for the boys and young men of his sodality President Albert F Martin of Trinity Council must have been well pleased for during the several years that the members of this council have made their annual holy communion at St Aloysius church no such showing has been made President Martin entered at the head of his charge and was followed by former Presidents John J Sullivan Sr Ben F Hund James B Kelly Eugene Cooney and Thomas Garvey while the other members to the number of 200 or more occupied every available seat in the church Among the members were representatives of the medical and legal professions mechanics laborers and men of commercial and other pursuits The Rev Father OGrady smiled when he turned around after the gospel to deliver a few words of instruction After welcoming all to the church the reverend pastor said he did so for two reasons because he appreciated the good they were doing in their every day lives and because the power for good their presence loaned to his boys and young men there present He spoke of the preparation that should characterize the communi cant Each one he said who approached the holy table should be imbued with a particular faith in the real presence of Christ in the blessed sacrament Father OGrady also spoke of the feast of the day the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin actually the real Incatna tion of the second person in the Blessed Trinity Briefly he sketched the birth of the Saviour his presenceon the river Jordan on Thabor Calvary and his resurrection All these thoughts he said helped those who were preparing to receive holy communion to exalt his faith in God Faith said the reverend speaker was followed by hope just as the building rests on a foundation In conclusion he told of the thanksgiving that should fol low holy communion and cited the treachery of Judas as an instance of those who do not properly prepare for the reception of the Eucharist MANY BLESSINGS Will Be Bestowed on 4he Three Cities or the Palls That beautiful devotion to the blessed sacrament known as the forty hours prayer was held in each of the three Falls Cities this week in each case beginning on Sunday at the late mass and closing on Tuesday morning At St Cecilias church in this city the Rev Father A J Brady officiated The altar and sanctuary were prettily decorated and the pastor was much edified by the devotion displayed by the members of his congregation At St Anthonys chnrcti in Jefferson vllle the Rev Father Jerome Preisser O M C of St Peters church this city opened the exercises on Sunday They were closed by the Rev Father Boaa venture O M con Tuesday morning Prior to the forty hours devotional exercises at St Marys church in New Albany 500 men of the congregation approached holy communion at one of the early masses Two of the Franciscan fathers from Stt Bonifaces Convent assisted the Very Rev Father Faller in conducting the solemn exercises The fact that last Sunday was the Feast of the Annunciation made the triple event in the Falls Cities all the more solemn and important Special blessings and indulgences are conferred upon the faithful who visit the Holy Eucharist and approach the sacra ments during these holy exercises 0 COMING TO MEMPHIS Dr Doughlas Hyde who has been tlecturing on the Pacific coast during the past month is now making his way Bast evens andImlaity have united in forming a monster reception committee to honor this great Irish scholar and lecturer 00GENEROUS GIFT Lady Spenser Chicbeeter bf Cattle dowses a Protestant ifaaa donated two acres ofgrorsndlit fee simple free of rent foreveraaa ltd a curates hews near Newbridge ehurehlB Hagherfeit priek Coned Derryf Ireland The people are outspoken is prate of the lodyj jftwdeity r R POSTPONED t Au O H Degree Team Not Ready to Exemplify Work of Ritual Interesting Talks Made by New and Old Members of Division 1 Fair Attendance at Strictly Business Meeting of Divis ion 4 LENT INTERFERES TO SOME EXTENT I During the present week the Hiber nians held two meetings of which they may well be proud Division 1 met on Tuesday and Division 4 on Wednesday evening Both meetings were excep tionally well attended considering that it is Lent and both divisions transacted a great deal of important business Like wise members of the two divisions were exhorted by their respective Presidents to be active and alert in securing new membersPresident John M Mulloy smiledwhen he rapped for order at the meeting of Division 1 The large attendance and the many new and old faces before him was the cause of his joy Among those who made their appearance were P H Callahan R J Shanley Councilman Al Smith M J Hickey and William Bax Thomas McGoff and James Delaney were elected to membership and the applica tion of Patrick OConnor was received- It was intended to have an initiation and the other three divisions were invited to send their candidates to this meeting Quite a number who have already been obligated were on band but the degree team was not ready It was explained that the new degree team had been very recently formed under the auspices ofI the County Board and that all the mem bers were not up in their work Another reason for the postponement was that the necessary paraphernalia had not arrived The degree team wants to make its work impressive and under the circumstances decided to postpone the exemplification of the ritual until some time in April Japes Cusick was reported as still very ill of rheumatism and James Dugan who was injured by a fall was reported on the road to recovery Thomas Riley who sustained injuries in a recent acci dent appeared for himself and declined to accept any benefits from the order James Barry in behalf of the Auditing Committee reported progress and also announced that there was a nice balance in the treasury Attorney Newton G Rogers reported in behalf of the Federa tion Committee The Entertainment Committee reported that it had intended to give a social session In honor of their lady friends in April but owing to the fact that the initiation had been post poned until that month it was deemed wise to defer the affair in honor of the ladies to a later date probably in May P H Callahan complimented the thoroughness of the various committee reports He said it showed that the members were alive and awake to their duties and Indicated that Division I was doing good work all along the line The speaker also referred to the St Patricks day entertainment at Macauleys Thea ter which he styled an artistic and Intellectual triumph Councilman Al Smith also delivered a brief address As Grand Knight of Louisville Council Knights of Columbus be invited the members and their lady friends to attend the lecture to be given by the Rev Father Cavanaugh tomorrow night Mr Smith also reminded the members that Hibernlanlsm WAS not new to him since he had first joined the order twenty years ago and was at one time County Secretary R G Shanley also made a short but very happy address Magistrate Patrick T Sullivan in behalf of the degree team promised that an initiation would be held at an early date aud that hereafter exemplifications wonld be held regularly every three months President Mulloy also made an interesting talk urging the members to greater exertions in building up the numerical strength of the society State President Keenan reported the condition of the order throughout the State According to figures he produced the Paris Newport Covington and Ashland divisions all showed gains The reason Louisville did not show any gains was attributed to the fact that an initiation had not been held for about a year M J Hickey was called upon for an and said that he felt perfectly at hom among so Many old friends He prom ised to take an active interest in the societys affairs and announced that he might have something interesting to sa at a latter date William T Meehan of Division 2 Mid that all were looking forward with interest to the forthcoming Initiation and stated that be believed the proper exemplification of the work would mark an epoch in the upbuilding the order In Louisville While the speakers were addreeing the tingcigars Werep8tHdaad the ataabers enjoyed the aroma of the great American weed for an hour or mere Freetdeet John A Murphy occupied the chair at the tttetiig f Divtetoa 4 OB Wednesday night The attendance wasI eajy fsirrowingi to the factf that this AM one of the night WING rent member I a u attend the Lenten ot devotions James Lyons who had been ill of rheumatism for several weeks was reported better and able to be at work William Han non who was pal ffully burned some time ago was als reported as having resumed his duties This left Division without a man on tl e sick tlstAn invi tation to attend the lecture to be given under the auspices of the Knights bff Columbus at Maca leys Theater tomor row night was receled and accepted State President eenau was present and made a brief address giving a sum mary of the work tat is being done by the order throughput the State and called attention to the fact that a big initiation would tai e place next month William M Higgins editor of the Ken tucky Irish American was called upon and in response tol what Division 1 was doing in the way M social sessions and how these affairs tend toward building up the division H said if the members of Division 4 were not careful Division 1 would soon eclipde it in numerical strength rWhen calls were jtnade to see if there were any members put of employment or if any member knew where employ ment could be found Jerry Hallaban foreman for the Louisville Railway Com pany announced that he had work for sixty laborers who should apply to him at Eighteenth and Walnut streets before 7 oclock in the morning Patrick Kil kenny also stated that he had employ ment for a number of men It was a strictly Business meeting and everything indicated that Division 4 is in a flourishing condition Steve McElliott John Hennessy En met OSullivan and Will Connelly contributed largely to the success of the meeting t INTO ETERNITY R Sister John deBrltte Saintly Character Has Passed Away I Deputy Tax Receiver E J Mann received a letter thisrareek conveying the very sad intelligence that his sister Sister John de Brifte died at the Loret tine Convent at Florissant Mo last Sat urday morning She had been suffering from pleurisy andjher death was not unexpecsed This beloved nun died as she had lived a saintly woman The let ter from Sister Roberta the Mother Superior was consoling since it contained so much that indicated the saintly character ot the dead nun Sister John deJ title prior to entering the religious state was Miss Mary Mann She was born in Brooklyn fiftythree years ago While quite small her parents removed to Louisville Her early education was received at St Johns parochial school and her religious instruction was imbibed from the beloved Father Dar- In 1878 she entered the novitiate and after remaining five years at Loretto she was sent to Edina Mo where she opent five more years After serving at several other academies and convents of the order she was transferred to Florissant a suburb of St Louis about six years ago During the greater part of her time there she was Guest Mistress and by her ami able and saintly character endeared her self to nuns pupils and guests Sister John de Britte is survived by one sister Mrs Michael McKenzie and the following brothers E J Joseph Ber nard and James Mann Her last visit to Louisville was shortly before the death of her mother in March 1901 When told Saturday morning that the endwas near the dying nun accepted the infor oration with calm resignation She was asked if she had any last message for her relatives in Louisville and replied Bid them all goodbye for me Her earthly remains were laid to rest In the commu nity cemetery at Florissant GAUDIN COMING Preparations Made to Enter lain Supreme President of C K or A The Central Committee of the Catholicc Knights of America are busy making preparations for the reception and enter tainment of Supreme President Gaudin who will pay Louisville an official visit on April 22 Dr Gaudin will address a public meeting of the Knights and their friends on that evening Besides the Supreme President there will be present Major Gen 1Cadeakof Peoria Commander in chief of the Uniform Rank State President Henry Homer of New port and State President P X Altenber ger of Delphos Ohio The Chairman of the Entertainment Committee has affairs well in hand and enjoyableeevening to attend Hewill call his committee together within the next few days to complete the necessary pro etcymittee a generous our and the enter tainment will be held in that popular playhouse MEET IN SYRACUSE The German Catholics of New York conlHitlontSyracl than 300 yiwitlag delegate will be ito attendance and the German Catholic Federation of Syracuse are making greati preparations for the reception and entert tainment of their guest The Stele ten vention will open with a solemn highI mNsa iatbe Cnardiol the Aaewmptloa 1 U rlaJ IRISHMEN The West as Well as the Easti 4Has Had Its Celtic Heroes WastSpanish Viceroy in Ameri can Colonies Pioneers in Illinois and Mis souri Woo HatiedFrom- Erln Isle A NOTED CALIFORNIA GROUP Writers in the Irish American papers of the Eastern States have given us a great deal of valuable information Iii recent years concerning the part played by men of Irish birth and descent in the early history of the United States But this dealt principally with men who lived in the New England and Central Eastern States We find as time moves on and our people dig deeper into the archieves of bygone years that there were Irish empire builders in the West as well as in the East As far back as 1662 we find that theI representative of France as Governor of her Western possessions in this country at that time called New France wasI none other taan Viceroy Michael TracyI an Irishman with a French name Aii little later we find that Chevalier McCarthy was Governor of Upper Louisiana and Commandant of Fort Chartres the remains of which still exist on the Illi nois side of the Mississippi river and a few miles below St Louis At old Kasjj kaskla in Illinois there resided with theJJ French residents previous to 1788 twott Irishmen William Arundel and Thomas Brady Arundel died in Kaskaskia intt 1816 Brady and William McKrugler laid out Illinois Town now known as East St Louis in 1819 In 1790 Brady was made Sheriff of St Clair county William Morrison was one of the piocc neer merchants of Kaskaskia and estab lished a branch store at Cahokia wherecc he placed William Atcheson another j Irishman in charge Morrisons son c was later a Congressman from Illinois John Hays still another wanderer from Erins Isle was made Sheriff of St Clair county in 1778 and continued in that office until 1818 when he was madeII Indian Agent at Fort Wayne JohnII Scott an Irishman who had settled in Kentucky visited Illinois in 1797 andII was so pleased with the country that he returned to Kentucky and removed hisI wife and six children to his new foundI homeNor must one overlook John Reynolds the fourth Governor of Illinois and author of Reynolds Pioneer History of Illinois and other works His father Robert Reynolds was a Representative iu the Indiana Territorial Legislature and afterward a Judge of the Court of Common Pleas The son John Reynolds built the first railroad in the Mis sissippi valley This was in 1837 and the road while only six miles long running f om East St Louis to the Bluffs Is still In use In 1713 a Jesuit missionary writing to his superior at Paris from Kaskaskia states that one of the best men in the settlement is John ODonohue an Irish man It was another ofour race Alexander OReilly who was sent out by Spain In 1768 to quell an uprising among the colonists in Louisiana By the way it is due to OReilly that the United States eventually fell under the patronage of the Immaculate Conception He was a religious man as well as a soldier and a man of excellent ability Nearly 100 years before the dogma of the Immaculate Conception was defined by the Holy See Gov OReilly made all bis subordi nates when taking the oath of offic promise fidelity to the Government by the grace of the Immaculate Concep tion Many of the Irish heroes of Fpntenoy settled along the banks of the Mississippi i In those early pioneer days Still later In 177879 we find with George Rogers Clarkin his operations against the Brit ish in Illinois the names of Capt Mc Carthy Quartermaster Patrick Kennedy Ensign Montgomery and James Mc Manus Records in St Louis show that John Morriseey Bernard Moran and Matthew Kennedy were engaged In business in that city then a mere village in 17ilAcourt record in the same city deposltlonsr names were Andrew McDonald Aaron Barrett Patrick Sloan Andrew Call and I Terrence Mooney St Louis streets bear evidence of the fact that many Irishmen were prominent in the early history of the town to witness OFallon street Cart street Mnllanphy street std many moreAndrew Jackson who won the victory at New Orleans In 1816 was the son off Irish parents and later became President t of the United States Gen James Shields was another pioneer at Cask ea kiaf He was born in the County Tyrone Ireland and went to kaskaskia when b admittediwar Mob out President Polk usede MtieUe si Brighter Gegeralandhewas t34rdaedi J o Ub the civil war Gen Shields had the remarkabtehonorofservIJgint11e- United 1 States Senate from three States Illinois Minnesota and Missouri- An Irishmen whose history is connected with St Louis is Gen Stephen stepdaughter s and Clark expedition Gen Kearney was an uncle of Gen Philip Kearney of Mexican and civil war fame The latter son John Watts Kearney lived In Louisville for many years He was at one time the Democratic nominee for Congress from this district Still another remarkable group of Irishmen are identified with the upbuild ing of CallfornlaThey are Flood Mockey Sharon OBrien Fair Murphy the Donahues and W T Coleman Every one of them became multimillionaires From the foregoing one OlIn see that there is much to gain by IrishAmericans who love to delve into the early history of our country whether it relates to the I East or West MACKINS ATHLETES i Basket Ball Team Defeated by the Y M H A Boys Mackin Councils team and a team from the Y M H A played a pretty game of basket ball at Mackins gym nasium on Friday night The visitors won by a score of thirteen to four Burke and Thieman were the stars for the hosts and Welch and Moran carried of the honors for the visitors Of Mackins men Duddy Haas and Kinsella were not quite up to their usual form in throwing goals The visitors complimented Mack ins gymnasium in the highest terms The new apparatus for the gymnasium has arrived and pleases all the councils patrons of physical culture It com prises a horse horizontal and parallel bars tumbling mats and I other minor apparatus Instructor Kieffer will begin graded work on the new apparatus at onceAs the basket ball season advances it can be seen that the Stars will win the pennant with the Athletics and Cres cents fighting hard for second place Capt Burke deserves credit for the suc cessful manner in which he has con ducted the Stars Tom Duddy and Will Fischer are two of Mackins best athletes They possess fine physiques naturally and are well developed Both young men are putting themselves in condition for a strenuous base ball season Speaking of basket ball Fred Zorn promises to become a finely developed athlete He plays a fine forward at the game and the rooters are unable to rattle him Thieman is a powerfully built athlete and plays a good guard It lies between Haas Pat Duddy and Kinsella as to Macklna best forward Duddy appears to have the coolest head Work on the new apparatus ought to cause a large attendance on class nights Members are wondering who will be first to try the giant swing on the horizontal bar Did some one say Dick Andriot DRENCHING RAIN Palled to Prevent Big Attend ance at Mackins Meet Ing Monday Despite the unpleasant rain on Mon day night Mackin Council Y M L held a well attended meeting As usual all the officers were present Owing to the fact that an initiation was to be held President Raidy dispatched the routine business as hurriedly as possible The Visiting Committee reported that John Schaeffer was iIltbat Joseph Wald showed no signs of improvement and that Ben Ausdenmore was improving President Raidy appointed the follow ing committee to arrange for a euchre to be given after Easter C J Walker Thomas Bochman Louis Kiusella Frank oute ing committee reported progress and announced that the date and place for the annual outing of the council would be announced at the next meeting toithe degree team who conferred the three degrees on a class of nine candidates The work was exemplified in an impres sive manner John J Luby of Lexing ton Past Grand President of the Ken tucky jurisdiction was an interested spectator during the initiation He had come down from Lexington to witness the exemplification of the new ritual and at the conclusion of the ceremonies highly complimented the degree team and made an excellent address on Y M I affairs in general FATHER BRENNAN IMPROVES The Rev Father Thomas Brennan ofI San Fraciacb Cal who has been quite ill at St Anthonys Hospital during the past two months is improving rapidly and the attending physicians believe h will be able to leave for the Pacific coast in about one month Father Brennan i one of the assistant priests at St Pat rick church in San Francisco I FLOURISHING IN OHIO ineavery flawrUhlag condition in Ohio and State President Aitenberger feels very much ottiqedlotir sew branches were established Jia that State dnriug Marcli and many of the older branches iiacreeeed their membership 1 MOURNING Holy Mother Church and Hot Ministers Put on Badges of Sorrow Passion Sunday Prepares Us for Greater Events That Are to Come t Gospels for the Week Are Indic ative of Christs Mercy to Enemies THE SEVEN DOLOURS OF MARY But two weeks more of the holy season of Lent remain Tomorrow will be Pas lion Sunday and the church which led us into the desert with the God Man at the beginning of Lent now prepares us for the sorrowful way or passion of Him who died for the redemption of mankind Everything in our churches denote mourning Crucifixes and statues are coveredwith purple veils and the priests Theybecomeof penance The joyful canticles are no longer heard in the mass Neither is the Gloria Patria used in the responses or in the invitatory of the office The church Is in tears as it were In the epistle which will be read in the mass tomorrow St Paul describes for us the death of the great Victim of the human race and tells us that His sacri fices alone were capable of expiating sin for the ancient sacrifices were only a figure of that of the cross The gospel of the day reminds us both of the inno cence and divinity of the Victim and also of the crime of the hardhearted Jews who notwithstanding the certainty of the Saviours miracles and the holiness of his doctrine conceived the wicked design of putting Him to death In this same gospel Jesus Christ gives us a strike ing proof of his love In addressing those who arc seeking his death He says what Jeremias the prophet said to their ancestors hundreds of years before Behold I am going to be in your hands Do with me what you wish However know that if you kill me youiJshallI Jsdv innocent blood against your ownselves against Jerusalem and its inhabitants for I am truly sent of God In reading for us this gospel the church wants to warn us that Christ has put Himself Jlnto our hands and that by committing sin we are crucifying Him again In short we are given to understand that the Passion Calvary and the cross are about to become the absorbing thoughts of the church During vespers the priest says slowly and solemnly the hymn of St Fulgentins which ends tlHail 0 cross our only hoper O cross I In these days of the Passion Grant an increase of piety tothe just And obtain pardon for the guilty Thus the church does all in her power to excite sorrow in our heartsand to arouse within us a hatred of sin On Monday the gospel shows usj that our Merciful Saviour is more occupiedwith the salvation of his enemies than con cerned about the tortures that are being prepared for Him The GospelJon Tues day and Wednesday shows uSJon the one hand the evil design of the Jews and on the other the ManGod always calm suspending at his pleasure the fury of his enemies and continuing his tender exhortations till the moment marked out for the powers of darkness OnlTbursday we are read the story of MaryjMagdalen and hear the consoling words of the SaviourOMauy sins are forgiven her because she bath loved much ItOn Fri day the gospel tells us of thejdebates and the plans of that horrible council of the Jews which decided upon the death of the GodManOn same Friday1 to move us to still greater sorrow the church has established the festival mournful though it is of the Compassion This festival is Intended to honor the dolours of Mary the mother of God The seven dolours of the Blessed Virgin arejthe prophesyof Simeon the massacre of the innocents the loss of the child Jesnsjiu the temple the carrying of the cross the crucifixion and the removal from the cross and the burial of his dead body On Saturday tbeigospel show us our Saviour at the house ofazarus whom he has raised to life and the tender words with which the Divine plaster pre pared his disciples for the most cruel of all separationsI1Thus of mourning and words Jof sorrow does our holytt mother church prepare us for the great events of the followlngjweek t I ASSUMES NEW DUTIES willeassume charge of Holy Cross church atJ tomorrowsmorning Lwt Suadayjbe preached his farewell sermon to the people of St Michaels cgngregatiouwhere he baa officiated as paetorduring the last eight een year Incidentall Jto his farewell musestealgain at vtepere Father Sheridan bade aa informal goodby to the Young L 4iee conaHtet L eneceesorhen iJ 0J1 o I r III NTUOKY IRISH AltIERIO KJ1TU6KY MIIIUtIfl RIufi MEiUfftttI allflrl iT A aHMBBt 9ftete4 te tke Moral andet ki ii fr I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN rhlNTINQ CO f uNisHmns j IUMSCRIPTI N PRICE PB DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 8c tolsylif POlttilli as SocoidClii Minercs t rI afrtls t the KBNTUCKVIIIIStI AAERICAN3Z6 West Orec Stteit- l ddg et al Ci9CiIR A Il I LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 3Ii 1906 Iii YOUR EASTER DUTY 1 Lent is fast drawing to a close 1 and the Church during the next two weeks gives us a succession of 1 in detail therepresentingpictures 1 main events leading up to Christ passion and de itti This is don t to excite ini our hearts a greatert love for the second person of the Blessed Trinity who becamef man for our redemption It is during these coming weeks that we are to enter into ourselves and ascertai observances hay if our Lenten made us any better Christians W must now begin to prepar ourselves for the great feast of Easter the crowning work of mankind t mothertredemption Our holy Church insists that to be in good 4 standing every Catholic must receive the sacraments of Penance and Holy Eucharist at least once a year and the time is fixed close to Easter If we do not obey her com i minds we excommunicate ourselve and we are no longer entitled to beI recognized as Catholics The Y N I1 the Ancient Order of Hiber nians and Knights of Columbus have already performed their Easter duties but there are many individ- uali Catholics who put off this solemn j duty until the last moment Remember delays are dangerous You can make your Easter con fession now and thus relieve the hardworking priests of part of their onerous duties during busy Holy Week t1PENDINOCOAL STRIKE From present indications a drea l calamity confronts our country not a scourge of disease nor anI overwhelming storm but what iis decidedly worse a great industria I calamity the strike of the miners in the bituminous coal fields of Illi uois Indiana Ohio and WesteriI Pennsylvania There seems little off this dreadlor no hope of staving event Both miners and operator are rushing into it with eyes widi open Yet in truth the sol responsibility rests with the operat ors The miners under the leader ship of President John MitchelI have made liberal concessions allI along the line The operators havi conceded nothing It has nov come to the parting of the ways with the miners demanding as their last stand 555 per cent increase or the scale of 1903 In reply the operators positively refuse to give any advance but insiston a renewal y of the present scale As exPresl dent Cleveland would say It is tII condition not a theory that con fronts the nation If the strike iiss once entered upon it will be foughtt to the bitter end It will mean EIi hardship to the operators as well a to the miners but other great industries will suffer as well Shutoff t the coal supply for any length of time and you paralyze every industry in the nation Untold sufferings will be worked upon every class Foundries and mills will have to close down railroads will run fewer trains there will be aJacK of employment and cause quently lack of commercial trans actions In short it may lead to a great financial panic President Roosevelt has extended his good offices to ward off this impending calamity but the operators while apparently owing to hisi will have zipractically given the nations Chief Executive to understand that he must not meddle in their affairs The operators have b eu sdfish and obdurate throughout while miners and President Jlpbaeyelt have beet maaly and eoar I uJQra the operators assem bled at the conference only one has been just or fair F L Robbins of Western Pennfylvania He favors the advance asked for by the miners but be is in ahope less minority On the other hand Phil Penna who represents the J Indiana operators asks for arbitra I turn and tauntingly tells the min erS I do not know what might be done or how we may avoid this industrial conflict unless perhaps when we can not agree the people wouldl interfereor it might be the iAmericanR die i President as has been done before This is a taunt to the miners and t gratuitous insult to President Roosevelt It is to be hoped that the latter will pick up the gauge thrown down by this representative of the operators If he once makesI up his mind to break the coal trus into smithereens he will have the moral support of every America citizen Neither is he a man to stand back in time of danger even though that danger threatens him self DISCUSSION ON HELL The ministers of dissenting faith seem to have a terrible time concerning hell these days One occu pied the stage at Macauleys Thea ter last Sunday and spent an hou telling hits audience that there iisi no such place as hell That preacher came from Allegheny Pa to tell the good people Of Lou isville that no place of future pun ishment for sin existed A local Baptist preacher heard the argu ment but refused to be convinced He preached to a crowded housi Sunday night The Baptist insist that there is a hell What the two together do not know about tbe subject will fill all the libraries that Andrew Carnegie ever gave away IDeVOY RAVES John Devoy editor of the Gaeli American is foaming at the mouth 1 because Sir Henry CampbellBan nerman Hon John Z Redmoni and the Hou Robert Bryce hay not taken him into their conferenc concerning their plans for home rule Perhaps they are afraid Devoy will spoil everything by pre maturely heralding to the world what should not be known at tbis time They know how he caused the ClannaGael to be exposec because he was not allowed to rut it If Ireland gets home rule ita measure devoutly to be wished and the delerious Devoy is not ailowed to run the country he wil die of chagrin The poor fellowV can see no good in anything thai he is not allowed to run Hi patriotism is of the best but it 1iss sadly overshadowed by selfishnes- ands lack of mental breadth FOR FONTENOY HEROES The editor of the Catholic Unio and Times of Buffalo says The movement to signalize the ground where sleep the Irish brave win tell at Fontenoy shows that honor to whom honor is due is a beauti ful truth in the Irish mind and pronounces anew the fact the Irish people are a race of hero worship ers One hundred and sixty have tramped over the graves off the brave and yet though their swords are rust they Still gleam to the yef Irish memory believe however that the greatest memorial that could immortalize valor has already been placed by the poem of Dlvlsa poem has ten thousand times wanned thee blood of age and thrilled with its ugh thought and fervent feeling the youti of Ireland as uver was Penchniaa thrilled by the Mar wiliaiaeM eJleaet WiQ daor ofthe tare kin of tbe lie roes W8fltRines r1al chan andII I4ornto a tri rumj the other perpetuating the v J triumph in martial stanzas now and evermore Lift high then the monument and let it be a Celti ross a symbol of Irelands faithJ engraved with Irelands inimitable r f i i lineal interlacing1 that has everii charmed the artists eye and mind and thus let religion and art accen fuate patriotism and daring i There are hundreds of Irishmen in Louisville who will indorse tbe sentiments expressed by the Buffalo editor I The Catholic Union arid Times says Buffalo Catholics shoul cultivate the lecture habit It iIs not an expensive one and a goodI lecture well delivered is always an elevating treat So it is and Ihe same advice can be consistently given to Louisville Catholics and to Catholics allov r the world His Holiness Pope Pius X has honored our esteemed contem porary the Very Rev Fathe York editor of the San Francisco Leader with the title of Doctor of Divinity Dr York is one of the most scholarly of editors of Catholic American journals We desire to extend our felicitations HINTS ON STYLE Flat bands and folds are much used for spring skirt trimmings Military effects are shown in coats and bats for small boys and girls French dresses will be all the fashion for little maids during the coming season Spring hats for children will be largi and arc being shown in both plain lnd fancy straws- Fancy stitches and fagoting are be- Ing employed on childrens dresses andl lingerie waists Plain shirt waists of heavy materialsI are mannish looking with a pateI pocket on the left side Mousclllne and tulle will be used this splrng on the under side of batl brims in pleatlngs and chous Eton and bolero ajckets will be worn with full straight skirts by misses and children during the coming season A plain hat gets a touch of style by the Judicious use of some of the ex tremcly handsome buckles now IIn vogueSome of the new shirt waists hay sieves fitting quite close to the elbow Small pearl buttons are used to taste the sleeves on the outside A pretty creation in Panama straw is a turban in two shades of violet trimmed with violet quills red roses and violet satin ribbon looped in tino backUptodate milliners are showlni French sailor hats trimmed with whit applique Dresden pink silk ribbon I1iIt the back pink rosed pink shaded plume and aigrette An advance style in skirts shows ia moire cut in circular lines a bias scan front and back with pocket in fron and trimmed with moire covered buttons Several folds finish the helm o tho skirt VICTIM OP PNEUMONIA Daniel Dunigan one of the bestknown machinists in Louisville died at the Citv Hospital on Tuesday night after an ill ness of pneumonia lasting nine daysi The deceased was a native of Louisville but had traveled extensively during the past ten years and worked in railroad and locomotive shops In all the larg e manufacturing centers in the United States He wan a thorough mechanic and was never out of employment long He is survived by two brothers Stephen Dunigan who is in business at Sevenths and St Catherine streets and Joseph Dunigan of Birmingham Ala and two citySr The remains were taken to the home oIf his sister Mrs Charles Bent 2608 Jeffer IOn street and the funeral took place rom St Charles Borromeos church or Thursday morning PASSED AWAY Walter Joseph Joyce one of the most espected young nice in the Dominion parish died at the family residence 1131 sixth streeton Thursday morning Death resulted from lung trouble super induced by the grip The deceased was twenty nine years old and was a membei if Satolll Council He was the youngert lOll of Thomas Joycr the well known marble cutter and was a nephew of th- eslate Father Mackin He is survived by his aged parents and by three brotherst Thomas Joyce of Bardstown and Will am and Samuel Joyce of this city Requiem mass will be celebrated for the epose of his soul at St Louis Bertramd8 Ilet The Ir interment WILL STUDY ABROAD LoaU B W Sayer a well known and l1pijHjlar young man of the Wait gadI bb bM just finished liicourse of ttidiesl at the KentiKJcy School1 of M dUII- I due wjlf leave for Burppe within a I Sort h1etotakea p6tgroduate M IthI cberaWry He will cotabiue pl vithbvrineM and ekpeets to taktim the KiacHttl potpie of iou th JBofo MR continent JI awny Jria d whIt In jjeoid luckd sticcesa yoyjjg r trJf i JXJIE f1 tg ifjj iJ 7 17- Mr AGarrity has ieturid 1 e from a pleasant visit to ew YorkCUy Mrs J V Sheehan of Ann Arbor MIch fs the guest other mother Mrs Taft Mrs John Fisher who has been very ill at her home 412 Twentysixth street improving II Col John H Wballen has arrived horn from a pleasant and successful busine trip to the East Mrs Walter Leacbman of SpringGeld is the guest of her sister Mrs Mary Wiesen of Crescent 11111 Mrs Elizabeth Sullivan has returned to her home at New Castle after a plea ant visit to friends in this city Miss Theresa Talbatt of Bardstown spent several days in this city this weelit as the guest of Miss HalIte Carey Miss Bettie Higgins has returned to her home in Crab Orchard after visltin friends and relatives In Louisville Miss Mary Flood of Jeffersonville has returned home after a six months visit to relatives 1alrmonnt Ind A handsome boy las arrived at the home of Joseph Steurle the well known dry gooda merchant at 810 East Broae wayMiss Florence Burke has returned from a pleasant visit to South Louisville where she was the guest of Miss Maggie Burke Mss Mary Boldrick of Lebanon has returned to her home after visltin friends and relatives in Louisville and FrankfortMr Mrs Eugene OBrien of Mobile Ala were the guests of Mr and Mrs Leon Sullivan of 923 Third avenue this week Fred W Herp a popular member of Macktn Council is rejoicing over the arrival of a pretty baby girl at his home 805 Twentythird street Svlvester Rapier the well know banker of New Haven and his soniu law Dr J I Greenwell were in Louis yule on business on Wednesday James Cusick the well known memo ber of the No 1 Engine Company iIis- I sill very ill of rheumatism His friendI earnestly hope for his speedy recovery James Curran who recently embarke in business on Green street between Fourth and Fifth spent several day this week visiting old friends in Bowlln GreenMisses Hannah Muldoon Sallie Smysei and Gertrude Kennedy will leave MOB day for Sacramento Cal TheywU remain there scveralHveeks as the guest of Mr and Mrs Harry Bonnycastle A splendid baby boy made its appear ance at the home of Leonard Merlmes 1550 Haldemau avenue on Tuesday r evening The youngster is fine and healthy and will be christened Leonard Jr Miss Ida Raldy who has been confined to her home 2538 West Mal street during the past month with ia sprained ankle and rheumatism is able to be out to the great gratification of her friends Mrs Louisa Mulligan an aged lad Y who resides at 2537 West Jefferson street1 was knocked down by a street car at Twentyfourth and Market streets TuesI day and sustained a severe shaking upI but fortunately no serious injuries Word was received In this city Thursday I announcing the serious illness oIf John Delaney formerly of this city now in business at Converse Ind He i suffering from a complication of disease- and bis death Is momentarily expected If you happen to meet Theodore Schult heis these days antI be appears too proud to notice you just remember that its a boy that has arrived at the family resiI dence 210 East Madison street The happy father is being shoWered with conI gratulations and all his friends want ti select the name for the little fellow Any person who meets Carl C OuslejI will notice that he is apparently mon than usually preoccupied and contracted brow and set jtw indicates an intens- legree of determination It is because he has made up his mind that his son and heir will not be permitted to become either a newspaper man nor a press agent The boy arrived Thursday and the fatbei is receiving congratulations One of the most enjoyable of recentI social gatherings was that held at the residence of Martin Cusick 222 Twenty first street Among those present were Misses Alice Flynn Camelia B and Bessie Rogers Mayme Rchueles Cathe hue Sullivan Nellie Finegan Susie Welsh Selena Webb May Cusick and ibble Chester Messrs John and Joseph Jicbbls John G Sheehan Albert Mussel MB William Black Martin and Cusick William Chester Mesdames Wil liam Webb John Welsh G W Rogers aud Mr and Mrs M J Cusick Stephen J Sebaedler the coffee mer hunt at 337339 West Main street iai n1stledandn1 llowed to IHChtmHeissufferingfr9ml complication of diseases Mr Shaed let was born in Loiiiayille forty twoyasra al dad has been engaged in the coffee oasting business more than twenty years Hetiit a devout member Of St Mary Msg cbariIee gra rphaB81 aml of the Little SlMers of the Q iy fHends hope that tip i1Illong be D NW1Jp cjurry on bia charitaUe work nll IJ NOrSLUMSrkT rj 1 J I Even the Poort Jrts ofBarIIilIi 01 JInI1aveManItaryPrccautions stagnant WellH and Putrid Ya0 porsNotPernxIttedtot nJ JTiExiltJ tU V Wholo8oirin Influence of Fret Air Daunted on Cull ilrnnH FacoH ALL GM LEARN FROM GERMANS The United States is part of the New World Our cities have not the crowded conditions that prevail In Europe and yet we have no place tbnt calf equal Berlin the German capital in Its care of the indigent classes lIer poor are poorer than ours yet the Got man Government docs not permit ill ventilated tenements to exist Many of the poor people of Berlin are supports at the public expense yet Collier Weekly tells us that the homes of theso people arc In broad sunny street usually lined with trees and oftii parked oft with strips or turf On both sides of the street the house fronts from top floor to basement atone continuous bower of verdure Tn front of almost every window is a balcony that has been turned into a hang- Ing garden of flowers and vines You see these window gardens in ever quarter of Berlin they are the cltys most distinctive and most attractlvi feature but nowhere do they seem so harming as in the quarters where they throw theIr radiant disguise over tho grim skelton of poverty Each of the tenements whose front Is thus bravely decked has a spacioUs central courtsometimes a succcssloi of such courts opening one into anothe r through roomy arches In nil Berth there is no such stagnant well of putrid vapors as we call an alrshaft Noi is there a dark room Every tom ment room opens either upon the street or upon an ample court as big as a village yard through which the breeze and the sunlight have full play In the newer tenements every apartment even if it consists of only one room has its bath The public halls in tilt poorest buildings are scrubbed and light The usual arrangement of tin tipper floors is a long hall dividing all the kitchens from the bedrooms amI living rooms The sitting rooms are rather ambitiously equipped with cur tains carpets ornamental clocks and pretentious furniture 1Everything is scrupulously clear Throughout the great building thei brooms and sprinkling potH are fort Btlll Nowhere lo you sniff tho fetid tenement smell that gives the first Yarning of your approach to an Anion can slum The children whose fatherI may be earning 75 cents n day or may have their rent paid by tile city wear neat little print frocks and their faces show the wholesome influence ot s np water sunshine and fresh air Nor is nil this a bit of Arcadian vll loge life Berlin Is the fourth city 1In the world and growing at a rate thii t will soon make It the third It hai more people than the borough of Man hattan It is nearly three times the Hlzd of Glasgow which festers withII I slums It has deep and wldespreai poverty I 4SI AMUSEMENTS Hopkins Theater offers anothe- excellent vaudeville bill to its patron during the coming week Misses Mel yule and Stetson Americas represents tive duo are the headliners Anothe good one is Billy Van the minstrel always a favorite here Horsky Berger Company have a new comedy sketch and the musical Simpsons Madam Romano Lucy and Lucier Stella Lei and the kinodrome fill out the bills sHenrietta Crosman will present hei new play Mary Mary Quite Con traryhat Macauleys Theater on Fridayy and Saturday nights and Saturday mati nee Tbe drama has been received with marked favor in the East Local attrac tions will hold the boards during the first four nights of the week Miners Americans willI present the- o tuneful musical comedy The Yanke Doodle Girl in two acts at the Buck- Ingham Theater next week In the oil oe eight special vaudeville acts will bi given by competent artists eTbeMallonlc Theater closes its senso tonight This is the first of the loca theaters to conclude their regular series of attractions The twostep on roller skates is the latest thing at the Princess Rink and ai least one musical number is given over each night to those who like to trip the light fantastic on rollers The Phoenix Hill Rink continues to be as popular as ever and its patron find pleasure in the fact that the han iix so commodious that alt have ample room DEFERRED TWO WEEKS rLouisville Knights of Colutn bus has postponed the initiation which was to have taken place on April 22 until May 0 Tbe reason for tire port aneuieat was twofoldIn the first ilaceit was feared that the Initiation rould interfere with the reception of the Catholic Knights of America in tonor of Supreme Presides Gaudln and if held OH the following Sunday it would interfere wttte the quarterly meeting of the St Vincent de Paul Society At the meeting of Louisville CouncilI Vedaeeday nightI Attorney NewtoBp loger who Iia Chairman of the Central Committee of the C K of A M welt as aK C asked that the iultiaUos be- Ntpoeied MeMM Joseph P M colas an4 rillUm T eebal18MEM4lhr laacil along the same lisa an4 since nyo the KBigbU are members of thef j n I1I- I I3 LLKiBtHE PRESENT 1QltJN i iPRE T LIKEj GbEnLRyWe have Jewelry and other presents for the whole I family at 50 per cent less than other jewelers can sell forpossibly qSEEI I J BRUNN JEWELER WEST I The above is a photograph of a section of a business building showing cons dition of the joists when the Sackett Plaster Boards were down by firemen after the fire Manufactured for KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO INCORPORATED Phone 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating Hoosier Wall Plaster Jeffersonville Ind Phone 655 mn n Both Phone 3300 F J T and Horse Forge AND HORSE Horses Called For and Delivered OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORGE 10071009 W BROADWAY p INOONPOHATf Stationers Printers Binders BaoKsellers DR CHA WKS Veterinary Infirmary Shoeing SCIENTIFIC PRACTICAL SHOEING Itbe1ii2 Gilbert coman21 IRtprotntatlw of the fiammond type writer for KentMtky typewriter Suppllei Ribbons etc for all machines II flank Lii4oriith1 ant Green Sts louisville 12 J 1 + + +FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES AJU KOKB f i 345 West Green Street tt- t t- t t LIQUORS CIGARS ft 1- ieai to444445e 4eee44aaIa44taj 44S4 S 5C454144 Some- r 20 L 22 5Of IiI25 eSpring j Overcoats 1 ii5 Handsome allwool Coverts in tan brown and olive shades many of them full silklined Shown in West Market Street window LEVYSThird three organizations they gracefully gave I way to the proposed pnstnrmmentE- MUARKI IN BUSINESS Arthur J and William J Campbell have gone into business for tbetnselve under the firm name of Campbell Bros sad have opened a screen works establishment at 617 East Madison street The Messrs Campbell have been in the employ of the Dow Wire Works Com patty during the last sixteen years They are not only skilled workmea but the betat their line iIn thCcitv They are prepared to manufacture the bet and tibet durable fly Bcretna and to repair paint and install old scfMiit Give the- miacJJovet Home phone 6159 All orders wilt receive prompt attention + John ColemanwhoJis a atudeat at the college at lot stoW Pa I18 spending his Baster vacatiOn with bis pmrests Mr and Mre joh Cofcwwa 530 MARKET torn I Book- mid Paper Box- maswiaciwrers M1 UJLYSIPriday and SaturdaylaUnee HENRIETTA CROSSMAN Mary Mary Quite Contrary S Iln HOPKINSluau CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO snows DAILY Opening Week Beginning Sunday April 1 Melville Stetson Americas Representative Duo Dilly Van the minstrel man Hobeky Der gere Co In a new comedy sketch Musical Hlmpsons artists premier Madame Romanoj eccentrlccoinedyketchiivavcious dtcer The Kincxirome new comedy pictures 4 BUCKINGHAMMATINEE WEEK COMMENCING STODAY AFfilL I Miners Americans Presenting the tuneful musical comedy in two acts The YanKee Doodle Girl 8 Headline Vaudeville Acts New Phoenix Hill SKATING RINK OPENS SATURDAY FEBRUARY id Two Sessions Daily Largest floor space in city Perfect order No intoxicants sold on premises S PRINCESS SKATING RINK Only irenad floor risk Ila city Old Armory SoYonth near Chestnut Q Afternoon 2 toll Nights 780 to 1080 Saturdays extra 10 a m AFTERNOON 10 CTS NIGHTS 15 CTS 4 SKATING 15 C- TSBOTtICMPSON FLORSTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 12 FwrtU Av w 21 W Mlerw n SlI 1IotkTelk 1 INea Al1ordsrsricele pre pt ittaLbeand- stIaat4 pannltHd 1 + u Ib Sfti t t 1 1 OQS n K Q r WWWflWWII I i AmericaPI Thus is the safest sad cheapest linsurance society in the United States e v aadkas a pedal reiervefundof nearly 800000 Every Catholic man + bOld protect his wife and children by carrying a policy Iin tbiaoldp t and slabHibed life insirance organization V f asr cY V Aaekaaiiaati B of its rafeawiH convince you of Ite superiority overS t all others Remember that life is uncertain and delays dangerous t irsure now while you can and protect your loved ones f There are many branches in Louisville and applications or any de ted information will be furnished by officers and members or by the i T a v w v lr CENTRALCOMMITTEE4 to tr NEWTON G ROGERS President t j n t HARRYA VEENEMAN Secretary 4 + MMMM i n t nn fn t nl + 1 Grim W Smiflfs Son SsfI If SMITH Proprietor j jjj I Funeral Director and Embalmer Furnished for All OccasloR s on Short Noticerrr+a farrlages s ry q JEFFERSON S1T- rTELEPHONE MR E T 1 T j 810 Tt C 1l tt J J F f fid1 I 1HI I t31 IFI I 1 +1 I I ft 40 HOh1AS KEN N == f r Funeral Director and Embalmer r 7 1 tR01 J J r TELEPHONE 305r jI 3 J 1ItAllcalls promptly attended to day or night Car i rages Furnished for all occasions r e 1225 W MAijKEFSTWi i M7 1 JItlI1IIIIIIII1II+IINU I0Io1 11 I I I I I II I 1 I I I I I II no HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 JJ BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER S3B EKST 7VCKIJNL STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking pusiness of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT 1 Notice G N cal 25 and 297 ST k O every ttwr Asfii- y 4tl+ iaJ Both Phones 2998 Furnished All Occasions Calla Answered Promptly Day Night 1231 W St Bet and 13th +NtT T i I I I I I I I I I I I N H 1 I I 1 I 1 1 I I I I I I I I I NlrIH E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 e II lJTRACY STRAUBFU- NERAL I AND I 1CarrleJu Purnished on I I I 11 II I I I I I II ItItMANHATTAN f M K S WAGON MANUFACTURERS te1teepalrllg aAdHWberilres 4 WIfsTORE y YIi Slbfts Cl6AIIS1 Y VALStt N 4VAL LiflPrepR 1 t r t tLoath otB1I rL n 0 1 DANIEL DOUGHERTY Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages All or Market 12th f1 f I I J DIRECTORS EMBALMERS 1Ih 1531 TV MARKET STREET i1 H H I I HOURSSTO6 SUNbYSII DONT YOU WANT Good Denial work done for the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed OR Hr J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE opp Jao C Lewis Co KATIE AGUES SMITH Independent of alt Undertaker LADY EMBALMER Washing and dressing ladles and chit drena specialty Elegant shrouds made to order at reasonable prices All calls answered prornptly day or night Home phone 1877 Office 24fWJ Payne St Give year rays as tdvcatle that wWI prepare tkcsijtrlK- eST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 Wrroedwey Lewlsvllle Ky CMIcalSdentlacenit I partment chtgpol winGymnasium Term Moderate Bro7amea AGED SUN DEAD SleteriMaitlnltyrl e1 elks the peters fCIiarit ldlMat St JopjsCHpban Asylam at Cincinnati on Swtsr ftejfc eihadibeeii attending par 5 Uuiefnea at St Jogephs since J85 Jlul 11nIcfema I 11 IfYrdD t rrrt1 f J fl nQR ir f R I r OFFICE 326 WEs GREEN Yo X HIBERNIAINS J 1 1I tX li y What They Have Been point1 s the Past Weelc i5nerafv 11 p h News Notes j i There aTe many who favor the field is f A n fT X ASda1 sy ar r s rrH s a rrDivision lof Duluth received holy begin arrangements for the summer celebra lion It is now quite probable the our local Ladies Auxiliary will be well represented In the national convention at Saratoga this summer Monday night the members of Division 3 will meet and transact some Important business It is expected that ex President Welch will be a visitor Editor Haltigan continues his good work for the National Hibernian which has come to be recognized as the best and most ably edited journal of Its kind The Rev John Moran State Chaplain of the order in Ohio is conducting a mission in New Orleans He will deliver one sermon especially to the Hibernians The suggestions made Tuesday night by President John Mulloy were timely and to the point If his advice is heeded the membership of Division 1 will soon be candidates received the first and second degrees at the last meeting of Division 4 of Syracuse At the next meeting a class of fifteen will receive the first two degrees President Con Ford wants all members of Division to meet with him next Fri day night Several matters of impor Lance must be acted upon at this meet- Ing which will be the first of the new 0 of Minneapolis will have one of the strongest amateur base ball teams in that city this year A benefit ball has been arranged to riase funds for the purchase of uniforms and equipment for the club The Ladies Auxiliary meets Wednes day night and all who can should attend Besides the organization of the choir and encouraging reports from the dra matic club matters of unusual interest will be presented for discussion Presideut John Murphy has aroused much good feeling and enthusiasm among the members of Division 4 His rulings are just and every man receives opportunity to express his opinion on all matters brought before the division Since 1877 Division 1 of Hancock Mich has paid out in death benefits 100000 sick benefits 20000 and char Itable donations 5000 It still has 10 500 in its treasury audits considered the strongest fraternal society in Houghton county Division 1 of Bridgeport Conn cele brated its thirtyseventh anniversary with an excellent literary and musical pro gramme and during the evening Capt Frank Anderson of the degree team was presented with a baudaomegold mounted sword and a silk American flog At a recent meeting of Division 1 of Hancock Mich a class of seventyseven candidates were initiated Of these sew entytwo were insurance members The Initiation was followed by a luncheon musical and literary entertainment a beautiful panorama of Irish scenery This division was the first to be organized in the State of Michigan Many are inclined to think that it would not be difficult for our Ladies Auxiliary to secure a bwme that would answer for the entire order in Louisville This is because of their remarkable sue case during the past year Miss Mary Sheridan acd her associates are making a record to be proud of having a splen did membership and money galore in the treasury FATHER FI1ZOERALDILLof The Rev Father John J Fitzgerald who has been officiating at Holy Cross church during the past two weeks is confined to his bed by a severe attack of the grip Hlsjmauy friends throughout the diocese are hoping for his speedy recovery in order that he may carry to a successful conclusion the erection of his new church at Highland Park VISITING KNIGHTS WELCOMED Thomas Condon of Toledo Ohio and J R Voight pf Jfffr OBviiJe Ind were welcome visitors at the meting of District iieiwiy 7ff bbioiMt1i e1d wry poet e Wai tW Kalgbk Ud to I J I jrlll nyu460- 0D WORK Printing UFAIR PRICES o r Kentucky Irish American STREET lastlSuddayTheCouniy doubledTwenty quarterDivision ONWedaesday tdtaiciRt I C SOCIETY DIRECIORX 11 p AOH Jft Jf i i J DIYSION 1 Meets FogrthlTuesdayEvenings President Jphn MMull6y Vice PresidentThomas D Clines Recordjng Secretary Thomas Cee nan JV Financial Secretary Peter J Cusick 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh Sergeantat rmsEdward Craddlck DIVISION 2 Meets FridayEvenings President Con J Ford Vice PresidentWilliam T Meeban Treasurer Owen Keiran LynchFinancial DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Cole manFinancial SecretaryDaniel J Dough ertyTreasurerGeorie J Butler Sergeant atArms Thomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and FourthWednes day Evenings of Each Month MurphyViceRecording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial SecretaryEmmet OSulli van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Connelly MitchellSentinelWilliam DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall KenneyPresidentRobert VicePresident Michael Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr Financial SecretaryJohn Kinney MurphyDoorketlperEu Banner Carrier Timothy Kinney Marshal John A Kennedy Y JX I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentyslxth Street RaldyFirstJ Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Pat tonRecording SecretaryJohn L Boland Corresponding Secretary Frank Lana hanFinancial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street TreasurerDaniel Weber MullarkeyII KlusellaIwherever he goes Mr Voigbt is one of the leading lawyers in Clark county Ind Both visitors addressed the council on timely topics OFFICER CAMFIELD NOW Frank Camfield one of the most pop ular young IrishAmericans in the East End has been appointed on the police force and has been assigned to duty in the Fifth police district CHANGE OP STATIONS Beginning tomorrow all trains of the Louisville Henderson St Louis Rail way Company better known as the Henderson Route It will arrive at and depart from the Union Statiod Tenth and Broadway instead of from the Seventh street depot FRANCIS NEW EXCHANGE Mike Francis who has conducted the cafe at Nineteenth and Porland avenue during the past ten years has recently enlarged and remodeled his establishment tIe has also refitted It with the latest Improvements and fixtures so that now he has the moot mooern equipped place of the kind in that section of the city 3y his accommodating and genial manner and through keeping none but the beet goods Mike has built up a splendid trade and made his house a popular headquarters for the men of his aeiglr hood He Is an active member of Division 3 A Qf Hi the Heptasopha and other fraternal societies and While it lasted was prominent iin the councilsof the IrishAmerican Society Previous to embarking in business OB his ewn account Mr FraricU was a niewbef of theiIre department He had alwayslon bead a variety of cool beers and all tthe standard- hrfp4aof Kagt mT whktkli s1anii wrw10 iv 1 ONt Patronli our t u r Jiii o a IRELAND aiI t otfr the Recent Events Culled fjroni Exchanges q The death is announced of Kennedy Mljtervtfieyyvell fcnoWn manager of the Queen Theater In Dublin Joseph DevlnM P visited the Chris tian Brothers schools in Belfast and was accorded an enthusiastic welcome by the pupilsThe concluding dates for the Dublin feis have been finally fixed for Saturday and Monday May 26 and 28 Entries close April 14 A seizure of poteen has been made at Lougbgar near Clones at the house of a farmer named Crnddeu where a dance was being carried on Robert Cunnlngam has died in Derry at the age of 103 He was a prominent local merchant and retired from business owing to advancing age John Woods a peddler fell over the cliff at Derryogal Kilkeel the fall being a distance of sixty feet The man lies at present in the local infirmary By direction of the landlord William Ryan of Carrick near Templemore and Mrs Behan of Loughmore have been evicted for nonpayment of rent The Carlow County Counciladopted a resolution similar to that at Mayo pro testing against the retentiou of Horace Plunkett as head of the Agricultural and Technical Department- At the Limerick Corporation Alder watt Daly gave notice of motion that no officer or paid official of the corporation attend officially any public function with out a special order of the council The anniversary of the Fenian rising at Kilmallock was celebrated by a pro cession through the streets and a visit to the monument erected to commemorate the men of 08 and 07 The local band headed the procession playing national airsThe vacancy created in the Parliament ary representatives of North Kilkenny by Joseph Devlin having been elected for that constituency and also for West Bel fast and having been elected to repre sent the latter was filled by the return of Michael Meagher of Tullaroau Deep regret is felt by many friends at the death of Donal McCarthy of Cork brother of Tim McCarthy editor of the Ulster Herald at Omagh Deceasedwas a member of the staff of the late Cork Herald and was afterwards engaged in commercial life until his health broke down some twelve months ago He was a strong Nationalist and earnest supporter of the Gaelic movement The Mayor of Wexford addressing the corporation said that some time ago they had ordered from a Dublin man who had been recommended by the Gaelic League about forty name plates in Irish and English characters for the streets of the town It now appeared that their con tractor had handed the contract over to a Birmingham house who were charging fourpence extra per plate Alderman Kelly said this was the greatest humbug he ever heard of John OConnor said they wanted no Birmlngbamism pr Cham berlainlsm in Wexford and he proposed that the Birmingham offer be rejected A motion to give the contract to the Blr miugham firm wasllost At the Saudangan petty sessions Dis trict Inspector Rodwell charged Jeremiah Hickey James Long James OCal laghan and Thomas Wall all of Bell mount Upper with unlawful assembly for the purpose of preventing John Dwane from posting notices of execution sale of the lands of Bellmpunt disturb ing John Dwane and Constable John Walsh who was protecting Iwane These cases were before the court last month when the application of the defending solicitor for an adjournment was granted in view of a probable settle went of the dispute with the landlord The negotiations in the meantime did not prove successful and since then there were further summonses issued against the defendants Hickey and Long and also two others named D Cunningham and Patrick OCallagban both of Bellmount Upper for unlawful assembly for the purpose ef preventing Cornelius Lucey ia serving writs of summons fot the recovery of possession of lands COMING EVENT The Grand International Auxiliary Kentucky DivWon88 and Brotherhood ot ol8oUveRoglursDlvlalQa78 will give a dance at the Masonic Tetnplei imN iourtb aCkMtut rats po prJU Ap BJoyaWe eveaieg iff M tired all who attend U t IIl 1 r Il I 1 i oJ Ii Btew rs and BotttesLOUISVILLE KY r L j yRINK lrI Hofbraiuq Pllseni r t Beer BREWED B- YMANSENN ACKER i rBRE ING C01lIPNYINC- ORPORArEDTELEPHONE 4K7 LOUrVrLE K PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged T ztarfpxoHro 1089 Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts ICumb Phone MaIn 1913 1THEWIEDEMANNBREWING 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 ALSIi FOR DIERSENSFINE DARIoC BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF TIDE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN JS FRANK WALTERSi Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY JOHN F OERTELBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue Telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY MUISVIIM DENTAL PARbORS 544 Fourth Avenue Painless Extraction Examination Free Lady in attendance Established 12 years Honest prices good work and a reliable place All work guaranteed ten years Office open every night until 8 oclock Sundays 8 a tn to 1 p m LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLORS 544 4lh Ave In Avenue Theatre Building IIDortantGh 06 lOUISVILlE HEKDEKSDM i ST LOUIS BY HENDERSQII ROUTE- On and after April 11000 all trains of departfoomBroadway instead of from Seventh Street Depot formerly Union Depot Louis villeKy t J IRWIN G P A- Louisville Ky TRINITY VERSUS ACKiN l Ca pit Albertl PO artjn If d Trinity Council bowling team has challenged a similar team from MackVa Council His conditions we that abree of the ae eeberlaadouuEva dhreeet downtown alleys and that Preaideate Martin and Charles S Reidy jell ia every tine ol tbe games President Raldyiya4notitkd OIPt MprditIitIs- 9allexge1 fll accepted shapescan PIT AIJft JJ s PPULSU DYER AND CLEANER Ladles accents Wearing Apparel WORK GUARANTEED phone 3638 528 Fifth Street Old and Rare Whiskies a SpecialtyJ BLUEGRASS EXGHA NGEf LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprie- torsS3SFIFTRSTREEt HEEKM1NN BEOS HUoaTICU FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wboleaal Deal eraia Finest Brands of Kea tack7 iekiieeepeojeI iji PEARL op NELSON I TTL1d1I1l1 BfljI tek en l 44 2J4 slinkiniL C rT r 11- st z5 fib Cr tr rH X1riaE ZSJRN 0 oJ 1 TtLfEr BIG STOREC- ONFIRMATION i OUTFITTERS big confirmed Is to have on one of our Confirmation To thoroughly en is as lasting asand satisfaction thatSuits Their beauty elegance of fit is a littleat a the impression of being confirmed all of which can be accomplished price Confirmation Suits at 2s 250 3505 6 and 750 We bave all Furnishings necessary such as Shirts Collars Gloves and Ties Also Hats of all description IliTHE BIG STORE 442 to 434 Market Fourth St and WastII kY1vt I I It It I It I t t t SPRING OARPETSSTOCKS AT THEIR BEST ROOM SIZE RUGSENORMOUS LINE Our buying capacities unable us to secure great advantages You share these advantages by buying from us 1 i HUBBUCH BROS 524 528 West Market St iVISIT OUR WALL PAPER DEPARTMENT 1 t I II I I I I I I I I I I I I I t I I I I t + SfHKtss9SS me GildS ft rowers BOOK GO PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIEST- O SUIT EVERY TASTE line of goods They are the Give us a cal and inspect our finest of their kind in the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 W Jefferson Street 15 SOUNDS EASY BUT Piano techuic is one of the SIMPLE things It con sists only of putting the right finger in the right place at the right time in the right manner for the right duration Just that nothing moreThe Etude husband doing it It fr Simple yesl But can you imagine your father or your one of those SIMPLE things that requires years of hard persevering practice unlimited patience and the expenditure of much money to become proficient The average man hasnt the time nor the patience to learn to ploy the piano yet he enjoys music and would enjoy it still more if he could produce it himself The in vention of the FARRANDCECILIAN PIANO has made It possible for the person who knows nothingoftechnic who has no musical knowledge to playany invited to visit our warerooms and see and music on the piano You are cordially BttnXha try this wonderful Piano for yourself Price 650 Easy monthly payments if you wish and your old piano taken in exchange at its full value MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO- O aB Of3O FOURTH AVENUE THE HOUSE THAT PLATT BUILT Everything Uptodate in MENS FURNISHINGS JShirts to Order and Wedding I Outfits Our Specialties T I iN SID PLATT CO and Main i It COI1tt IAN President DICK SMANMJY Secretary IIJOliN 3x 834 3 Fourth H I I 1 1 1 1 I 1 COFFEE5iki MYPOPUlar special More of it sold to Louisville people than of any other brand FRBSU Y RoASTitD lone of the strength or flavor lost by evaporation TRY ONB PACKAGE Phone In the order and youll get it quick jf stack Green or Mixed Tea 45e per Ib Rebate Tickets worth 6e in trade free with every dollars worth MULLOYCOFFEE t tHwtPhotia3 sl14 W lYARKEJ STREET t+ H 11 1 11 1 I t I I Hjr IIIIII1 1 I 1 MHHHHI I 1 lIt I 11 foI 11 H 1 1 Ui= REMEMBERTHAT II FURNITUREALL KINDS IS fOFWCC r NiP MAYER tin 419 W MARKET STREET 1 HI111 1 III 1 11111 ++ It HIIIH I H 1111 Ht oJsIrNl1N Jullll t 1111 il t 114 I THE NORTON COFFEE 60 11 IMPORTERS BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OF HIGH GRADE COFFEESI 4if IMPORTZRS OF FINE TEAS Offfoe War rooms and Mills347 W Main I ty II llllil H J I fIn I n fftllof r u- n WVVh- f61 =CeetierAl o t M f f l i NEW SPRI G DRESS GOOD Our shelves are filled to overflow with the seasons best products in whiter colors and black A lobk at our stocks will reveal many new weaves confined exclusively to us Everything is priced in favor of those who try to make their expenditures die least Remember Easter is but three weeks off andUie 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 IIII IWhite Allwool Batiste Albatross Cashmere White Allwool Serge Mohair Fancy Mohair White All IIIIQ9 wool Nuns Veiling Voile Flannel Serge per yd 1 44inch White Shadowed Check Batiste Plain Allwool I White Crepe lie Chine Henrietta Plain Allwool Nuns I I 15CIII Crepe White Allwool Cashmere PanamaI White Allwool Batiste Crepe de Chine perydI I I ChangeableII ii J BACON Kt ason I MARKET STREET BEtTHIRD FOURTH i0 00I NOTED ORATOR Will Lecture Under Auspice of the knights of Columbus I The White Shepherd of Christendom will be the suhject of the lectnr to be delivered at Macauleys Theater at 8 oclock tomorrow evening by the Rev Father John Cavanaugh President of Notre Dame University This distin gnished scholar and orator comes to Louisville as the guest of the Knights of Columbus aud the lecture will be gives under their auspices No admission fee will be charged and friends of thi Knights are cordially invited to attend During the last five or six years Louisville Council has had many distinguished scholars lecture before it and each sue ceeding event increased the attendance so much that the council chamber has been overtaxed Hence it was deemed advisable to secure Macanley Theater for I tomorrow nights event Father Cavanaugh has a national repu talon as a student and lecturer and the subject he has chosen for tomorrow night promises tube instructive and entertain trig DREAD DISEASE Theaters the LIPc of a Be loved Young Priest of This Diocese It will be distressing nrws to many friends to learn that the ReV Pather John J1 McEoughlin is hopelessly ill of locomotor ataxia at St Anthony Hos pital Father McLoognlin was first attacked by this dread disease four years ago after a open of typhoid fever He bad occasional temporary spells of relief but each new attack left him worse than before One of his brothers now a resi dent of St Uottis is at his bedside but the attending physicians are holding out hopeThe priest is a native of Scranton Pa where he was born thirtysix years ago He became a priest in 1898 and since then baa been located in this dio cese For a brief period he was assistant to the Very Rev Father Bas at St Johns church Later he was transferred to the Cathedral and then to Holy Cross church Union comity His last mission a temporary one was assistant to the Rev FatW Denis Murphy at St Williams church He has four brothers in bush ness in Scranton MANY THINGS Are In Prospect For Trinity Council During the Spring The meeting of Trinity Council Y M Inon Monday night was well attended and President Martin took occasion to congratulate the members for their faith fulness despite the inclemency of the weather Five applications were received and one new member was obligated S Parnell Barrett David Garvey John Voll and W N Gut were reported on the sick list- President Martin announced that the afanual banquet in honor of the members still their lady friends would be given on the night of May 3 The dancing cam tnlttee reported that Masonic Temple tall had1 een engaged for a daace on the evening of May 20 Reports also showed that over 300 members of the council approached holy cOmmunion at St Aloysins church last Sunday morning DEVOUT AND ZEALOUS The Rev Father Thomas York pastor alat Paul church ioi well pleased will the seal and devotion dkpliyed by his people during the present holy season every devotion Iic wn attended and he reaeasa four time seek week to a crowded eUurok He delivers aeratea atUtrlyaftdJate mass or Siwbye depmaticeeraeea Ot Tuiarerarig t7W oclock tad after the atoitioMof h way of tthe crow O Friday lie gitna iT I 50CI I 100 I Covert and Cravenette Suiting in the beautiful I II II54inch of gray castor tan blue and golden brown 09 suited for coat suits and raincoats On saleII per yard at the bargain price of II 52 inch Allwool Black Panama Voile the cloth that as I sheds the dust worth 100 A yard On sale priceper yard I 44 inches wide Allwool Black Panama Voile Ail wool 1 Black Mohair Sicilian All wool Black Silk stripe Voiles Allwool Black Taffeta Poplin worth f125 I per yard At this sale per yard I 54inch All wool Black French Broadcloth sponged 6I and shrunken worth 400 Price at this spec I ial sale per yard AND instrnctlons on the Passion of Chris The recital of the rosary and benedictio of the blessed sacrament conclude tb evening exercises The members of the congregation have been as liberal 1in their contributions toward the chnrch ras they have been zealous in their attendance RECENT DEATHS Edward P Flynn died suddenly at the home of his sister Miss Margaret Flynn 941 Ballard street on Saturday The deceased was well and favorably know Ii in the East End The funeral took placeII from St Johns church on Monday morn ing The funeral of Henry Curry who dies at his home 1510 New Main street onI Friday took place from the Church ofr St Frances of Rome on Sunday afttr noon The deceased was seventysevetI years old and is survived by his wife Mrs Ann Curry The funeral of Mrs Emmet A Thomas who died at rbome1515 Storyavenue took place from St Josephs church at 2 oclock Sunday afternoon The deceased was thirtysixyean of age and is survived by a husband and xis children Prior to liar marriage she was Miss Hannah W Fagan of New Albany Mrs Stella Hans one of the most popular young matrons in the East End died at her home 635 East Ormsby avenue on Satwday The funeral toot place from St Vincent de Pauls cbnrcl on Monday morn rag The deceased iis survived by hey husband Charles H Hans Previous to her marriage she wasI Miss Stella Qekfcr Great regret bae bees expressed by a wide circle of mends over the death ol Miss Marganeb oakwhich occurred at the house oflIfss Margaret Teupe 719 East Gray streeton Friday night of last week The deceased had been noted as a worker in abarch and charitable organ izations fon raeny years Her funeral took place turn St Johns church on Monday morning The remaiaftof Mrs Catherine Kenond who died at Raleigh N C on Monday of last week were brought to this city and taken to the hocae of her niece Mrs C J Baker at Sixth street and the Southern railroad crossing The funeral which was private took place from Holy Name church at 2 oclock Sunday after noon The deceased was the wife of J H ICe fond and the daughter of the late John McDonald Mrs Mary Leewe twentyeight years old died at her residence 817 Cawthon street on Sunday morning after a long illness of lung trouble Prior to her marriage the deceased was Miss Mary McCabe She was twentyeight years old and is survived by her husband Frank A Leewe an engraver for the TissleyMayer Engraving Company and by and small son The funeral took place from St Louis Bertranda church on Tuesday morning READY FOR EASTER The Big Store has received a new aud Complete line of Easter and confirmation suits for boys and asks fathers and Mothers of boys who will receive that acrament this year to call and inspect heir goods before before makingany inrchase TOM HART HURT Tom Hart driver of the No 1 reel and me of the beet known men In the fire leparttnent was thrown from his seatI alid painfully injured while returning from an alarm of fine on Wednesday Che accident occurred at Clay and Main treets where Hart hadcaused hisi horse to swerve suddenlyI to avoid running overI ai woman Ills injuries while painful are lot necessarily daHgwoui C Kf AUtI sealer to make aIromie than it is to keep it The Catho IIc Knights of America have adopted uearance rates that enable them to keep J thlr promisee Write to PrMidcut Felix G udin New rlMH La or to Secretary Anthony flatre HeraodJftcoard BnildiBg StII H9uMo I Fipur TaIPhonesftwelve Waxonand HbrsiM this ceiiveraJJIoCremqII 11 J 150 J1 85C I 100 I 298 IIj T PAINFUL INJURIES Engineer James W Noonai Sustains Broken Arm In Accident James W Noonan engineer at the Girls High School while cleaning the machinery on Monday morning was caught by the belt from the large fly wheel and thrown ten feet only his pres ence of mind saving him from instant death In falling he sustained a compound fracture of tbe left forearm and several painful cuts and bruises about the head and body Despite his injuries Mr Noonan visited a physician and had the fracture reduced before repairing to his home at 1520 Preston street where be collapsed from the pain and shock foci dent to the accident During the twenty years that Engineer Noonan has been connected with the old and new Girls High School buildings he never before met with an accident He is a splendid mechanic and a careful engiueer His many friends hope that he will be able to resume his duties in the immediate futur- eREMEMBERS POOR Beloved Boston EIHcst Be queathed a Fortune to Charity The Rev Father Patricto JJ Daly one of the best beloved priests in Boston who died recently left 50t00Oto Boston Catholic charities and residuary legacies of an unknown amount to his brothers and sisters To the Daly Industrial School which the testator founded several years ago he left a trust fund of 250001 the income of which is to be devoted to current expenses of that institution To tbe poor of the parish of St 1 Francis de Sales church of which he lied been pastor during the past eighteen years he left 3000 This is left in carejof the St Vincent de Paul Society rather Daly also left 7500 to St John Semlnary and 1000 to each of the following insti tutions The Home for Destitute Catho lic Children St Marys Infant Asylum the Working Boys Home and tbe ionic of the Good Shepherd all of Boston and to the All Hallows College Dublin Ire land He also left 10000 tobejexpended pn the education of his two younger brothers LAETARE MEDAL Dr Francis J Qulnlan Hon ored by University of Notre Dame- Dr Francis J Qulnlaa prominent physician and philanthropist of New York City has been awarded the Laetare medal this year by the authorities of Notre Dame University The Laetare medal is an honor awarded one distin guished Catholic layman every year Dr Quinlan is one ef New Yorks most prominent physicians and holds the chair of laryngology in the New York Poly clinic Heiis also President of the New York County Medical Association and has written many articles for medical literature Besides this he is President of the Catholic Society of New York an organization which embraces in its mem bership most of the prominent Catholics of the East SAD INTELLIGENCE Jams Landers of 1113 East Maini treat received a leter from Ireland Monday bearing the aad intelligence that ble wifes brother Thbrnit Durnin of oghcr Dunleer County Louth WM onnd drowned In the river there on Marek11 The deceased left home a north before to work for a neighboring armer Nothing more was seen or heard of him until the There were no marks of violence found ou the body and as MrDnialawas a sober toady and religioa awn his friends are ta low to aceooBt for bit death The dseamed WM sixty ntn years old and Mvea a wife and six aoiaJ children II- Y in deMitute c1 oasaelanad VMd i MM Linden the dec Ileave a 11- U rathwr Patrick flier ala ia Britt Iowa 1 f ILLS i a r 1- ItI IRON BEDS- GREENES AT Being the Largest Handlers of Iron Beds in Louisville We I show the best variety and most handsome designs at the low est prices ranging I From 250 to 25 JAMES GREENE425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET I t t t t I =O wVLwwww qfl jj BE SURE TO CALL FORA McKENNA t I s WHISKYsII IIIT IS ALWAYS PURE mt H McKenna Distiller Fairfield Hy fi U of I 1 111 I 1 1 11 IJnl 1 I tIHH STRAIGHT CREEK COAL 3 Pleases the Hard to Please SCANLON = JONES COAL CO Incorporated Yards Magnolia1st N R R BOTH PHONES OO HHHIH1 1 Jn1 I 1 I 1 1 1 1 I I I I 1 I I 1 I I II INf F 7EEI XeOW THE GROWOA- nd you RivingYOUR UNITED LAUNDRY CO 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