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Digital page images are linked to the text file. ri FTSH r tVt A If if IVIt rjJt H c I f I I IJIU ftll j J J 1 wi iIVOLUME XVINO 14 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY APRIL 71906 PRICE J3IVE CENTS IMPRESSIVE I t rAio the CeremonleBUsed the i CuurcLi During Holy r1VaekJ n j i Holy Thurartajv onBecratert toI e the Institution of tile Holy iW Eticbarlet jh Ii GoodFrldav awL Holy Saturday Have Snoclal Offices of t Solemnity t f r k 1 4 tJPREPARATION FOR THE GREAT bAY v 1 I k i TO rfJ 1 Holy ThurSday 13 the day consecrated t y the church to honoring the InstltutJon blessed sacrament of theof the most Eucharist On the night of that mernor able day and only a few hours before his betrayal our Saviour dined with his apos ties and disciples and breaking bread He gave thew to eat saying This Is my bodyiaud giving them wine to drink he added This is my blood f In her ceremonies on Holy Thursday our holy mother church shows us on the one hand the Son of God seeking amid the treasures of his love a new incom parable everlasting pledge of his tender ness for men and on the other men t occupied with thoughts of a cruel out rageous death against the amiable Redeemer of the world The morning office as prescribed by the church Inspires 3joy and gladness the evening office the deepest sorrow At the Cathedrals in particular are the ceremonies on this day particularly Impressive and solemn The f Bishopattired in full vestments takes his place in the center of the sanctuary and accompanied by two priests kneels and recites the seven Penitential Psalms After this follow the prayers asking for the remission of the offences of penitents The lastprayer begs God to open again the fold to the penitent sheep so that the Saviout may not lose the fruit of his blood and that souls redeemed at so dear a price may not bccpme the eternal victims of the devil Then turning toward the lower end of the church formerly the place of penitents the Pontiff abslveS them in the name of Jesus Christ who died on the cross in order to deliver them from the chains of sin This beautiful ceremony is one of theI remains of our venerable antiquity After the absolution mass begins St Paul reminds usin the epistle read of the dispositions necessary for receiving the Eucharist and in the gospel St John traces for us the amazing humility and immense love of the Son of Godjhe shows Him to us on his knees before his apostles washing their feet Humility and charity such ate the two great les sons hat our Divine Redeemer gives us and the essential dispositions for communion During the mass as has been the custom from the seventh century the Bishop performs the ceremony of blessing the oils used in the sacraments of baptism confirmation and extreme unctlou ThY officiating Bishop leaves the altar and sets down before a table placed in p the middle of the sanctuary Deacon and subdeacon bring large urns filled with the oils which are placed In front of the Bishop In blessing the holy chrism the Bishop must be assisted by twelve priests all pastors if possible seven deacons and seven subdeacons This is done to recall the time when thq college of sacred ministers consisted of twelve priests seven deacons and seven minors for the administration of the dlo cese and the service of Bishop and people After the ceremony of blessing the oils the Bishop returns to the altar and fin isbes the celebration of mass One of the consecrated hosts Iis reserved for the priests communion on the following day for on Good Friday no mass iIs said After mass the altars are stripped of their ornaments and are allowed to remain J that way until JtowapIcvi1iUgof Holy Saturday This is to show ui the pro found affliction of the church also thy nakedness and abjecttpn of tIe Son of dod on the cro9 forthealtarIfas itt ways been a figure of ourLord Thealtara are als6wasbeawltbrwine Bdwaterr The vvflr t0bJ4c otthit kjdeaplneM It- t also rer ents th qfJesusChriit- c of tXrlLl Fte8ed Cal thcAqcitb t2M H 9 V i It is hardly nTcessary lo dwell at j length on Good Friday and Its attendant f Vi 1tpDovaJ1it GmotliiAftfa1y he fturcio commemorate Christs paeiotawtdetth In former days hi ayjjxts1of1the worldl the dar was kept without servile f f4kIteJ li iaev jr t tpeLpi 1P1niouiiiig in tf3e assdnbfy of Ofli Iording ti a l1tatemhsdeit 0 down from tiijc1rss sail niiliWtty CffiIft fNI day 1tt6 dUtru YreTrthelays e hp bubl movji to 1I1 lure MMt1uftIJ t12f f i ikd tibenWAln the remeJoradMR- iovin per1of the SMP Ie PJPi M A4istifin hod the- 1se1Mant W dg UrIe W anawers 1tz pritari f tWe t er ifJiq ciWlca rr f wbtre the priest kneels and klt Later the assisting priests and members of the laity go forward and kiss the cross I After the adoration the blessed sacra ment is brought back the officiating priest communicates vespers are sung in a grave tone aud the morning office conCludesII Holy Saturday is set apart by the church to commemorate the Saviours burial The vigil of Easter has always been the first of all nights indignity as- It iis the first in antiquity Its the longest of all and has the richest cere monies The office of Holy Saturday iis divided into six principal parts or cere moniesthe blessing ofJthe new fire the blessing of the Paschal candle the lea sons the blessing of the holy water the mass and vespers It would take too long to describe these several ceremonies in detail yet they bave come down fous ffom the Very earliest period of Chris tianity Suffice it to 8dyt1at the mass fs very short on account of the length of the other offices The organ and the bills which have not been heard since Wednesday r are again brought into use and the ceremonies take on a more joy preparingIMJLTHIS HAND Michael tli Quinn Respondsp t p Jg trthe fhullI Sumw- Th 1t noJi9rj Michael jjQuinn one of the best known IrisbAw ricans in the West End died at his b6JneJ723 Baird street 6n Sunday night He had been 111of a complication of diseases for several weeks past and his death was not unex pected The deceased is survived by his wife and three children two boys and a girl Mr Quinn was born in this city twenty nine years ago and was a son of the late Peter Quinn for many years a respected member of St Patricks congregation Michael Quinn conducted a barber shop on Portland avenue for several years and until o short time prior to his death He was a brother of Thomas Quinn County President of the Ancient Order of Hi bernians The deceased was a member of Division 3 of that order also of the St Vincent de Paul Society and was affiliated with several other fraternal organizations His kindness and cheerful ness made him welcome wherever he went and the esteem in which be was held was testified by hundreds who visited his home to pay their last respects to his remalnsTbe funeral took place from St Patricks church on Wednesday morning and was attended by a large circle of his former friends and asso- cIates I LIVELY TIMES Something Doing Every Minute at Session of the County Board The County Board A O H met Fri day night with Vice President Dougherty in the chairf and the session was lively from start to finish It was announced that the present headquarters in Hop kins Theater had been leased for another year Reports were read from the van ous divisions and from the committee in charge of the St Patricks day celebra lion Owing to the fact that the County Board had a sum of money in the treas ury it was deemed advisable to reduce the hall rent for the various divisions The reduction is almost 60 per cent and will result in a great saving to the divis ions The County Board also made a substan tial appropriation for the purchase of paraphernalia for the degree team It was also decided to exact financial reports from the fiscal officers at stated periods so that at all times the members can tell just what funds are available A gain tn membership of the order was reported from all over the State except in Louis villeA committee was appointed to arrange for the annual celebration It was left for the committee to determine whether it shall be in the nature of aa outing or- an outing witha field day adjunct This committee jlL make its ycport at the next meeting of the County Board A committee was also appointed to see CoUgreMman Swagar Sherley1 to enlist his support of the movement to erect a- aatiouaLsnouunisut loComtnodoreJack Barryj the punder of the American pavjyj Alderman Butler Is Chairman of this r IUiI A L I a The Very Rev Father Bernard JF Lan CLP ib wlyslc1isdTPnIorofexpected bQ Jlit n s to arrive in this city from the Eastaarly tfextiTWk i Fpawlbly tomorrow JThe election took place several weeks goo bilifii ibe eiedbyU1tMste- eQrljpQnle before P1r Ld- piufdjiwep eo 2Forth4tnAdTere tayXIcmjheW4ei j4ieexer4es abd w kMstedby- h1Very Revathst4 Curr and hi aeItant1the eyYajhur nfffi I The altars wen ro1Ilfl d- wtiriIetiM padihiosensU LECTURE Delivered by the Rev Father Gavanaugh Was a Grand Success Crowded HouHQ DellKhted by tho Charming Oratory of the Priest The White shepherd of Ohris ten 10m Proved Very In teresthijr Theme CHARACTERISTICS OF POPE PIUS I The lecture delivered by the Rev Father John W Cavanaugh under the auspices of Louisville Council Knightsi of Columbus at Macauleys Theater on Sunday night WAS a delightful affair from every standpoint The address was entertaining and instructive while the audience was large and appreciative Half an hour before the lecture was to begin the entire lower floor of the thea ter was filled and within a few minutes thereafter the balcony and gallery were crowded Many people had to stand but they did not seem to mind the fatigue after the eloquent priest began bis address Nor was the audience strictly Catholic theie were many nonCatholics present and all seemed charmed by the grace and magnetism of the learned divineIn the boxes were the Rev Fathers BORS Reverman G usepohl Niebaus Zoeller OConnell of Jeffersonville Melody Faulinus Kranz Gilbert Schul ten Van de Pitte and Hill On the stage with the reverend lecturer were the Rev Father Raffo Judge Matt ODoherty Hon Edward J McDermott Hon Augustus E Willson J R Voight of Jeffersonville Grand Knight Al S Smith Dr W H Wathen Attorney Thomas Walsh and other representative citizensPromptly at 8 oclock Judge ODoherty began the introduction ot the Rev Father Cavanaugh C S c President of Notre Dame University one of the lead ing Catholic educational institutions in the JJnitcd States He said hc felt that with inch a magnificent audience this theologian philosopher and orator needed introduction Judge ODoherty then announced that Father Cavanaugh was to speak on The White Shepherd of Christendom and he explained why Catholics honored and revered the Pope The splendid introduction paved the way for the scholarly address that was to follow Father Cavanaugh is in the prime ot liferobust magnetlc and charming His smile and the merry twinkle of his eyes won the entire house before he uttered a work Ladles and gentlemen I he began it is the duty of every good Irishman to place every other Irishman in his own proper county hence I bave no hesitancy in telling you that the learned jurist who has just introduced me comes from the county where Blarney Castle is located II With a few more pleasantries Father Cavanaugh entered upon His lecture proper One might say that it was a heart to heart talk more than a lecture It breathed the spirit of charity and love not only the charity that should exist among Catholics but charity for our dissenting brethren as well In the beginning he drew a word pict ure of the scene attendantppon the death of Pope PiUs IX thirty years ago He told how tens of thousands of Catholics would have Rives gladly a decade of their llveato6pare the dying Pontiff one hour of agony Then came his death and burial the Insults offered the remains and the mourning Cardinals and the uttet JiHKllfferencc ofj the Italian Govern meat The dominant feeling among nonCatholics said Father Cavanaugb was that Pius IX was to be the last o- fheIbps BptIe XIILu erded the Ithrpne gfr IStSCJ il1 d for twentysix years guided the bark of the church He told of his ftyaix years at Gods altar and gave a brief sketch of his life and of lila luminous encyclicals thatwere translated into every tooga known to tWclviiized wo ldJt1tl hsff 1euPtr iYrithstood Bi Barcks attemittobea1ttbiunlty of tbg church Rapidly tbelector passed onto the aptKchofPOf e Leos death He told hew tfeewfable world with bated braatbrRad the latest bulietlMfrofn the sick ck imtier Joyr even the eyes of non Cathbjics tilted with kindly sympathy and prayer tha this great and good ma shealdwlHUialfewed to sink peacefutly ito lr death even fr taDts imAh goldeav4s that I1Mt4 1 Irengtll tiJ11e fitofChijtiabrotlerhnodWhbaongiif t1Nemark bk cMfeg bf Il 6iUijBfenty yeiiT aiteiniie leLuFedaiiiiCredt it by outliMiag theiUeut forcM thatt had beeri at work Travel bM done mu1qeiiI the T the big oted tie spirit of olerance had begun to fPPi amve alLtb urs- Yt3ascCayaaugh JJas I44 nasperir- et PI Ung ltiOWfl htrWtt iepqhiThe 4oesopoHtaa aphritIe eesr biW WC iwiTrit U444i1 LarkdtIdwis i1 rrsdttto 1s tBfofi1 tie contrasted the coudltlo tdliii1 America where the kutnbler classes made up the bulk of its adherents with the church in Europe where the foremost painters sculptors musicians philoso phers nod every class of culture were its faithful members The lecturer dwelt iat some length pn the Oxford movement and Cardinal John Henry Newman tell ing how for hundreds of years the Eng lish language was molding the thought of the world while Us foremost philoso phers and thinkers were antiCatholic and injected an antiCatholic spirit into their writings But through Cardinal Newman and the Oxford movement Eng lish writing took bn a different tone and tile press took tip the sword of truth Emigration to this country and the free dom of American institutions proved the death blow to antiCatholic literature Protestants worked with Catholics and Catholics vied with Protestants in deeds of charity and brotherly love Where charity cornea in aV the door bigotry flies out through the window Touching upon the question of socialism Father Cavanaugh showed its evils and told why the Utopian idea of an equal distribution of wealth was an irri desceut dream and called to mind that shortly before his death Mark Hanna said the Catholic church was the only force to cope with socialism Suddenly turning back to the Papacy he recounted the story of the election of his Holiness Plnx X his hesitation and ffinal acceptance of the high office bis first Papal benediction and of the pres ence on that occasion of a little band of American pU rims Glowingly he described the scene when the new suc cessor of St Peter extended his hand in benediction and of the waving of the Stars and Stripes by one of the American pilgrims the only flag held aloft to cheer the new Pontiff Next he took up the antecedents of the new Pope Where Pius IX and Leo XIII had both been noblemen by birth Italian counts Joseph Sarto was the son of a peasant His father was a letter carrier with a salary of ISO a year andworked on his little farm tjesides to support himself wife and eight children He told of the good mother whose children declare She was as beautiful as the saintsHurrying over the early childhood of the little Joseph Father Cavanaugh came to that period in his life when the time came to send the child to another school fifteen miles away for the study of Latin in the hope that be would one day become a priest He painted a pict ure or rather be furnished the materials and let each one of his audience paint their own picture of the little fellow in his little browabloji trudging down the dusty road and holding the hand of the parish priest trudging away on that road that was to eventually llead him to the chair of Peter the highest pinnacle of the world Next was sketched the sudden death of the father and the family left without resources The mother was not merely a woman who had children she was a real mother Slit arose to the occasion and sold a strlpof her land in order that her boy might continue his studies for the priesthood The lecturer dwelt fervently on the love of Joseph Sarto the boy for his mother and of his supreme faith in God even at that early age In a letter thanking his mother for the sacrifices she had made he used that expression which be has used all his life since an expression which deserves to be chiseled pn his tombGod will provide II From the sacrifices made by this noblewoman Father Cavanaugh drew a lesson for American fathers and mothers who hurry their boys into workshops at an age when they should be receiving an education to fit them for higher things He called it selling them into slavery for a handful of nickles The main attribute of Pius X is his great love for the poor The lecturer described his work as an assistant priest for nine years as parish priest for eight years his elevation to the See of Mantua and his subsequent appointment as Patriarch of Venice He had to sell his farm to buy his purple caseeck because all his money bad been given to the poor When he was appointed Cardi nal be dyed his purple sash scarlet because as usual be had no money This man who despised tine clothes and pomp wad notified that his venerable mother was dying He hurried homeward but stopped outside her door to array himself in all the splendor of the church pot because be wis proud ot It but because he loved his mother Pius IX was a soldier jn the Vatican Leo XIII was a diplomat in the Vatican Plus X is the pVrih priest la the Vail can said the speaker Tins X willl be the providential man toi prptectths rive lations of Holy Scriptures and that is the battje ground upon which the church will1 Will1 jrdbabtoyrve te make its next fight All this and mach more did Father Cavanaufh tell his delighted audlepce in speaking Brittle more than bpur put ing his stay In Xouisyllle be was the gnUt of the evEttbeWiharleif P Raffo S 2 RADYPOR PATRONS M UJ WMneppular latjil1 tailor iH iovd Ito jslnew quatrs Mi9 F rttaa1Iaeii8 prepared to show bla fjnI and pdtroirt the LatetstylteiliIii theMrtealpl a MAC1W isQtACLIIS Mackin cieS4suedaIta Ldte A4enc1 tobe ve el tka ellu- k1rffenti Xt1tstMetioaJtHtei X il be1 lgit 46b5 t the ItICfIf i4oe3ithq J1McM11 t NEW PASTOR Right Reverend Bishop Pre sents FathnrOConnortoSt Touching Sermon on Scandal and ItsLoadlnjr Modern Occasions Deplored the Absence of Chil dren From the Services Last Sunday c r I PRAISES THE FORMER PASTORS The Rev Father Martin OConnor assumed charge of St Michaels church oh Brook street between Market and Jefferson last Sunday Father OCon nor while a newcomer to Louisville has labored in the diocese for many years For a long time he was located atLeitch field in Grayson county and was then transferred to Earlin ton on the death of the late Father Coenen where he labored indefatigably until his transfer to this city At Earlington he bad a flourish ing congregatton and parochial school but at the call of the Right Rev Bishop McCloskey he resigned his charge to take up the more arduous work here His Lordship the Bishop was present at the late mass to formally introduce the new pastor to his flock and to bid him Godspeed on the new road mapped out for him The presence of the Right Reverend Bishop was quite a pleasant surprise to the members of the congrega tim He read the gospel for the day and preached an eloquent sermon before Introducing Father OConnor la part Bishop McCloskey said You see dear friends how Christ speaks of scandal particularly scandal to little children These little ones are keen observers and are led more by example more by watching the manners and habits of their paents and those around them than by precept Christ purchased our redemption and the souls of these little ones with his precious blood therefore we should be careful to avoid giving scandal especially to chil dren Scandal is a stumbling block placed in the dark as it were and one falls over it before he is aware of its presence Christ tells us that if a man scan dalize one of these little oues It were better that a millstone be tied around hisI neck and that be be cast into the depths of the sea- Bishop II McCloskey in particularizing scandal dwelt upon the evil of allowing children to attend theaters where Inde cent performances ore given where even the clothlngorrathertbldackoCirhr indecent Children see these things and are scandalized and by the permission and consent of their parents whom God will hold responsible for their immortal souls Parents should teach their chil dren piety and the love of God What are these modern dances con tinued the Bishop They are not like the old square dances On the contrary they are evils and will lead many young souls to perdition It causes young peo pIe to sin Some will say that they do not care to be wall flowers bnt it were better to be a wall flower than be accursed of GodI here really to introduce your new pastor to yon I will ask that you give him the same honorable support that you have given heretofore He had a beautiful church parochial schopy rectory and everything to make hip comfortable Now be comes to stand by old St Michaels and I hope you will stand by him Old Father Powers who fel10n the ice and died as a result of the injuries sustained the late Father Plait genbprg and Father Sheridan have made the church and stood by it5t Michaels hiss always held the reputation of stand lug by Its pastor It is a generous congregation not large but it is not the size but the good will that makes the congregation You have always done all in your 1werfor the pastors placed over you and have thus shown a disposition to correspond with the will of God iiI wouldlltketo seesome children in these pews I wonder where they are- I know they dIdnot go to ft oclock m88j n4tretttheyare Jt1o Jjere 1 vpndft where they re1 1 belong to the old school wberetlie chidren and parents an went tP c urph tPKetierf Hcre would be seven or eight JUtle ones Atihii end of the pejw kneft tthe lather at that end the mother all were there It lsai that it sboeld be T am fcfraidi deat friend l7CM1ldld sot notice this Where MretUoee cbiJd aY Ddh vB tHY been I tomaM They are boBQditegotoniasi andJpareats atfefrseniUliesi r Id closlgfctel sermon BfebbpMeClb keVayifaoHlsd the piple to be faltnf 1 ldltwttIfidelity of CathoHat to Ute church thai made the church It U your duty to psitoraudyourl 3VL A riva a one Pjeta arC i soldiers of H Jfffl1r1Tie fraeirt from one pace prraBdfigbtinliI cliTJesus Christ 11tt ul I arm and iIs I seat from t of the globe 7t6 the therlJMrijlt Uq dqia lvs IW1I tJlttItPA ti fhaI1W tiyeyostwept J 11iAt h SlWtO1K wiqIb ou Lp nor read the announcements for the week expressed his thankfulness the Bishop for his words of encouragement and asked the people to cooperate with him in the work he had come to perform He promised to stand by them if they wouldstand by him r CATHOLIC KNIGHTS New Company of Uniform Rank Organized This Week Company B of the Uniform Rank C K of A was formally organized at the residence of L Dominic Bax on Tuesday night The new company starts out under the most favorable auspices and with twentyfour members on the charter roll The election of a Captain was de ferred but other officers were elected as followsBen F fund First Lieutenant- L D Bax Second Lieutenant Lawrence J Veenemau Right Guide F R DeLeuil Left Guide Thomas Nolan Recorder William T Meehan Treasurer Company B is made up of members of Branch 25 popularly known as St Johns The new company will drill for a short time with Company A at St Marys Hall on Eighth street Col Joe McGinn and Capt Gus Kane were present and made encouraging talks saying the occasion was a happy one and pledging the new company all the assist ance in their power William T Meehan also addressed the meeting urging the Knights to increase their membership to 100 swords Special efforts will be made to have the company uniformed in time for the reception of Supreme President Gandln and other Catholics of national reputation at Macanleys on Agril 22 LIVELIER MEETINGS Division 3 Promises to Begin an Bra of Social Gath erings As the season of Lent is approaching its close the attendance at the various meetings of the local divisions of the Ancient Order of Hibernians grows smaller and smaller showing that the members are Interested more in their spiritual than temporal welfare This spirit was doubtless responsible for the poor showing at the meeting of Division 3 on Monday night- TfeaidentTatriclcWeiflli presided and announced the death of Michael Quinn a member of the division and a brother of County President Thomas Quinn The charter was ordered draped for thirty days in respect to his memory Brief but interesting addresses were made by National Director Butler James Coleman and Patrick Holley The new Literary Committee appointed is made up as follows John Hessian James Coleman and George J Butler It was decided that hereafter the division would have livelier meetings and less dry and uninteresting talks For this reason the second meeting In each month will be of a social rather than of a business nature Letters of sympathy were ordered sent to Charles Boyle on the death of his brother and to Mrs Michael Quinn on the death of her husban- dMILITARY i CARNIVAL First Regiment of Kentucky State Guard rIanuig- iffalr Members of the Firat Regiment Ken tucky State Guard are planning a mill tary carnival and worlds fair pike to be held at the new armory April 30 to May 12 The funds accruing will be used in further equipping the soldier boys One guarantee of success is the fact that Vied 6 1o elYyho watf carnlva11severa1preside over bf an8gcment of the coming military carnival The Finance Committee wmch has taken up the York of flecnHBg the funds to start with ls made up of Major H E Mechling Capt J H Wallace Llewt J C Clegrt and Lieut James C Wearer The fol- lowingl officers will have charge of the decorations and music Capt Neville BBllittj Capti Rt brt Krieger Lieuts- Jbbm Davis and VaJuWllsotl The lIstof spbcial day Is Derby night May 2i J j I Indiana rnlghtlIla L Fratetnal night May 4 fjJII Orphdrw l lay afteraefan May 41J Childrens day afternoon May 6 Governors night JIIariI v i 1 oman lxktjDday7uJ t Irish Americ a ighti U yJr ur t Jirat Regitaent ofOhio aIghtf May 12 i t ItIla believed that the atln yaut ot thecutnlwl will b iKldje iMsy5 Qov rnorlk utgbtj wheNGs eckhaignd 1t Mff wiltbe present t CfIqORUA4UfflLT- The OT oacoidfaSLngingoctetyI Jis mak ingiigrett p ep ratioBS tq JeRra IiU geMWdJQbilee B xtAagn fc This Uthe oldest singing society lmLouetileaHl i Is co HjTur11YIfUiolke1t was organized in 18se anti iris had- aoIIveatd aal 11iJokRMrwofJfif YlYe r UtWJttg 1 Ii I pwfl lniW t tIc iIe perviy n- eIi4y aM13IOso- nority i t I i t d T fi EASTER Festival In Honor of the Rosnr- roction of Christ From the Tomb The Church Puts on Bright Garments Fortho Occa slon Sorrow Is Changed to Joy in AU the Anthems on That Day CUSTOMS OF ANCIENT CHRISTIANS Easter Sunday is the feast of the glor ions resurrection of our Lord and Saviour from the dead It is the crowning event in the redemption of mankind because if Christ had not risen from the dead as He bad promised the work He came on earth to perform would not have been completed St Gregory tells us that the festival of Easter is the solemnity of solemnities because it raises as from the earth into eternity which it enables us to enjoy beforehand by faith hope and charity The church also teaches us that man was created Immortal and that whatever strengthens his belief in immor tality whatever restores him his right to life whatever breaks the arrow of death makes a deep impression on him The festival of Easter which is the triumph of life over death which shows us man resuscitated Jesus Christ destroying for himself and for us the empire of death always excites the liveliest joy and pro duces the sweetest contentment On this glorious festival all devout Catholics approach holy communion and thereby receive a pledge of glorious immortality Within and without the church everything seems in keeping with the spirit of the festival The blades of grass have begun to live again the trees are putting forth thrir buds and the early flowers are in bloom The altars in the churches are stripped of their mourning garments and flowers of various hues abound in profustop The priests put on their brightest vestments and the church bells ring out grand tidings or A1leluEthqsimgjyl on all sides proclaiming again and again that Christ is risen II In olden years when the great day began to dawn all the faithful men women and children hastened to the church The priest intoned thejcantlcle of the resurrection and kissedlan image of the risen Christ He then gave the kiss of love to the most important man in the congregation who communicated it to the next and so on until it reached the most remote from the sanctuary The women did in like manner among themselves The person who gave the kiss said Christ is risen and the per son who received it answered He is truly risen From the church these embraces passed out to the streets the fields the houses Wherever people met they gave the kiss of love without other distinction than that pf sex This prac tice was kept up for three days in the same manner and with the same words In many instances people who bad quar reled took this occasion of becoming publicly reconciled and to begin again that life of peace and charity which should distinguish the children ot Him who said By this shall all men know that you are my disciples if you love one another II Even in these days when the Catholics of Poland meet on tire streets one says to the other Jesus Christ is risen and the other answers Jesus Christ is truly rlseni Then they embrace on the street or wherever they happen to be In America the ceremony is reduced to the kits of peace that he ministers of the altar give one another before communion- Prom the beginning to the end them of EaaterSnnday breathes gladness The gospel read on that day tells in brief words the story of the resurrection and the apparition of the angel to the three Marys who had gone to the tomb to embalm the body with sweet spices In ancient days the whole week fol lowing EasterSanday was one continual ftlvaljd during that whole Ume hey people pr yed standing in memory of the Saviours resurrection The church wishes all her children to celebrate the festival of S aqr tforthily and to that eu4 commands them to enter into her spirit She wlshe hs to have a lively faith in the great mystery of the resur rectlotf a bondlerlove for the Saviour 1tdrJple el cJcUve in this wretched world to die and to rise again for us targrsat desire of one day sljiKXlo 9BSwJtbJ Hjni and Jastly a sincere and constant wilt of keeping our lveArMth stAte of grace uJ many avuld the Catholic church the day means taught except ib oeo siba to1 display new cl thes sad fancy millinery While Cajfcjlic are not averse to wearing splendid apparel at this tIthe day uatwfflre to them 1iltI the spirituall awakening of the soul which emerfcittf from fts sloughof sin has put Oft Jhe bright garment of grace 11 1 AuxcniiIIJUry Alphowief the Order of- Msrqyf who gae tOj LoahsyIlic to be- Iwsalilt at the deathbd of her bother- inliwT t MicwlcQlliJrt a1Itf to L lf Hl OrJlio IIr r c r T r IpKENTUCKY 1EUMREUitit- o w nii iM Mnm iiMin n the Moral ani PRINTING CO PUBLISHES KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN UBSCRlPtiON R1CE ONE dAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c u u Sidtth 0n1sv1i10 potoftfci a Slleouc Cll5s Matter UdimiH coattheW KENTUCKY IRISH AMERJCAN 326 We l Oreen Sheet S ftURD vi Rpg LOUISVILLE KY tflAI KWaHTS OF CQLUMBUS t In the old febdhl days when pettye dtbarons mockedat kings an insulted prelates an organization of gqod men vyas formed Ito combs the rapidly Increasing ejyils of tyranny and PpRressjon Tbese 1 knights and went men were styled about relieving the oppressed and causing the oppressors to yield 1 authority In these days proper u 1 the world is not so turbulent still will always have with us scof we fers at religion and defiers of autborI ity To offset the machinations of such as thee the CatbolicsOf America have organized tbe Knights of Columbus in one sense in another a a social organization body of soldiers armed pnly witp the spirit of conviction and clad i in the armor of faith These knights from time to time give lectures on such topics as will offset certaiin fallacies that are circulated against the Catholic church and her tech ngs Last Sunday night one of delivered iat these lectures was 4 MacauleyS Theater by the learrit President of Notre Dame University the Rev Father John W Cavanaugh C S C who took Ifor his theme liThe White Shephei of Christendom Many npnCatl olics present had never before heard any real good of the Pope and had conceived the idea that he was a species of antiChrist Catholics and Protestants left the hall feeling F that they had eal1y learned soi- rthiieW and pleasant to think about It is these kind of thing I that is building up the Knights of Columbus alt over the United States They are men not afraidl to stand for the truth and after allI it is the truth that pays Louisville Council is right in the procession and more lectures will do much to combat false ideasabout the Catholicjreligion even should they never add another member Ito the council rolls TIMELYJSUQQESTION A clergyman of this diocese and a thorough Irishman has written the following communication to the Kentucky Irish American liAs Dr DQuglas Hyde i is announced for Memphis in the nes r future can not you of Louisville get him to speak jn yourS city on the language of old Erin iThe sacred shrinewhere rested throug her sunshine and her gloomj The spirit of her niarty rs as their bbdi s in the tomb Such a lecture tqbld teach 1 lesson more instructive and sell respecting1 titan usually cmes within our reach or may ever cdm t within our opportunity again Besides it would be something new The suggestion is a timely on and one that should receive tbt attention of our fellow IrishAmer k kansIt is to be hoped that enough of pitr people will gef together to arrange for a visit Iron 1 Dr Hyde The time is short but the advantage would tie a great one I1 if hU services can be secured PREACH SIMPLE SERMONS Hii Holiness Pius X is a plait1 man and he believes in plato Mr mons The Irish Rsdemptoris fI1athersiare preaching the Lentet sermons in tIle churches of RUe and our Holy Father has admon Ishod them thus PrescH the goe pel Preach solid rtmple1 sermons PreacH on the fundamental truthi of our holy TeHgtoHi PH prayer PI the JMkdriTnienb atod above all oil11 helU Y i preach en IwUajiou r 11ItJ ItT tlft Ior 1 pr upon peopU1 uoderrtwad err w rd yot1 laft trmoru o tidelieuy L t o be ear bay = s rm Hat vWiUi nlighten thjguorapt JQrtQisis truly an age ptjgttorance have sermons thaiwill move the will Preach on death judgment leaved and hell Do not talk of atheists or irreligious people Wl1aJ good would be in it Address your selves to the congregations befor you and mind them alone While these admonitions were intended for the Irish Redempti istsprimarUYitbesoun wisdpm contained therein Will apply to aU ministers of the church i respecttve- of race or order SLAM AT THE IRISH The Louisville Herald said on Monday There 1Iis a good CathoH priest jn thiscity who saidl recently Beforethey beganmak lug whisky there wasnt an Irishman in hell Since then thedjit1 has been bard pressed to find room for any one else The editor off the Herald evidently intended thisS fora dirtylslamaj the Irish He will have to produce his priestt before any sensible man willI b tiee him We can safely assure jthe editor of Jhat paper that hell v ill never be filled tillI be gets there The Sunday closing movemenl inaugurated at Macauleys Tbeatel last Sunday afternoon at the ver outset developed a spirit of potitica intrigue and personal malice One of the speakers went out of his wa3 to attack Judge M Cat1t1 becatis he had construed the law asht found it Besides there were I number who attended that meetin1 who rarely ever go without thei Sunday beverages The mine operators sought Ie shift the responsibility for the present coal strike to President Roose veil The lattersI shoulders iarl broad but he promptly decided tl let the operators work out tbei difficulties as best they may MeanI while the miners are behaving a gentlemen though firmly demanding 1 their rights- According to recent investi a ions couduct men1 Df eferlof1 1 Education parochialf Schools the State of New York hav increased 300 per cent slncc18gc Verily diL Empire Stgtell soo be the Catholic State as well Next Saturday the vigil c faster Sunday isa day of abstJ mice from flesh meat even J hose who are exempt from 1 tb igors of the Lenten fast EUCHRE AND DANCE effcrsonyllle Hibernians A Preparing for Grand Soo cia Suqcesa The JefferMBvUle division Andc Order of Hibernians are arranging give a euchre and dance at SplethsH 011 Ha ter Monday night The comm tee in charge of the arrangements I made up of Thwnae Dixon Jinla Co 11 tantine Thomas Gleason Frank Hog and Thomaa OHera This divi ioii Iis tine of the krongi aud moat enterpri iItkicpart el tb country It IMS a membership of 11 ndoi thee at least eighty are nod thirty yearso age The members are i bard workers and deeply imbued wi tbe priociphB of the order The oemm tee backed by the whole dlvWon j loing everything poaaible toi aiiJe tl omlBgeveat the great et sooial euie of the season in Jeff rao vllle Tl eucbre will begin at oclockabarpa twelv ywuIiu 11 be Ply Aftedhe ward ofttfetha dome Pliit hci remainder of the evening wilt 1J veil Over to dancing Good mtwic w I tie In aUebdade and 8ibrai nirewAlbaayand Iwnl vllle willfult- acerdil WcMiii I IJNITY VS CRBSCBNT rrlitttv ccRwiiiig itwl-I tIitl twCNHoaiKeWAI6 I11- e 00 r o IThudsy eveithsj 111J1i 1tRt t 3m bile lract U tHtWff t0I srt sspp ei 0be tI11 oD n aicbEdI LI irtimertciw lttiKeatuek7 r o stars a Potortb1hiJer litThe prn olive bcancbie- Ruhi IIiit4e 1z2 nIk-S I Behold a lonely figure kneeling In the garden fair His heart is pierced with augntsll I 1 As He breathes a silent prayer A prayeifor an huuianlty Ug- Vboetis redjedo dep- A 3 eigu iaIf Jttllsacred tips The Saviour now doth weep The angel hosts bow low their heads H I And snedatvlnestrays The tremblingstftrs now stay theic course For its th1rGpdho prays His sad eyes gaze into the night For sin He doth atone Hl soul BOW draipsful sprrowjs up- He1prayethalUlpne 1 I JmH O Jesus full qflove divine In dark Getbsemane Accept this lonelyheart of mine Aud1etl me pray with Thee 1 I jjUi1AXi Gjq I SOGIETV i Miss Celia McManaman is ill of tbe gripat her home 1319 West Chestnut street Miss Molly Riley of London ba returned home after a pleasant vIe to friends in this city Misspell Smith has been spendiu g 11 week at Bowling Green as the guest of- Miss Mary Nugent th Mrs James McCarty has ret rned home after spending a week witb relatives lu Anch rage James Hourigan of Twentyfirst an Griffiths avenue spent the week in re re 1aUonst West Baden Springs 1Mrs B S Mattlngly has returned tc- f her home tn the Highlands after eujoy luga months visit to Florida Patrick Bannon is busy receiving con gratnlations on the arrival at his bome 2219 Rowan street of a fine baby boy- I Miss Louise Smith who sustained I broken arm at the Princess skating irln1 I a short time ago in improving rapidl Thomas J Keaney who has beep a Tucson Ariz during the pastt tbre t mouths is now sojourningat Lo- r Angeles Barney Flynn proprietor of the West End bowling alleys is at Martinsvllle Tad undergoing treatment for rbeu matiam yPat QLoughlin an employe of tb- e Frank Fehr Brewing Company hasbee1 e ill at his home on Zane street during th- a past week g Mrs Ella Delaney of 1709 High slreel is visiting her brotherinlaw 3Job Ir Delaney who has been seriously ill 8 bis home in Converse Ind oThe Sereno Club will give its sevent select dabce at Masonic Hall on Tburl lay evening May 3 The club is mad up of a number of young men well know in tbe East End e o George Winges the popular groce 2400 Rowan street who has been ill dUI Ir ing the past three weeks is able to1J up and around to tbe gratification of h- IS family and friends Joseph P McGinna well know member of Division 4 A 0 H ian- other Catholic fraternal societies be been ill at his home on West Cbestnl street for several days t William OConnor the popular attp ney who is convalescing from a tll- re months spell of typhoid fever Ie Thursday for Pass ChrMianMisswl he will spend several weeks in Miss Nannie Dalyof West Mal street who has been the guest of hi cousins Misses Katie and Mamie Kril f ger at Lexington duringptiepast t 1 weeks will return home in time f- cit Easter Ie Mrs Charles QCouner and Mrs bills 1ot Cincinnati revislti11 their mother Mrs Mary Dermody South Louisville Mrs OCoahers tie daughter Alberta who accompan her mother is suffering from splnl trouble eii Cards are ont announcing the cogs lent of Mis LBlie May Callabau of t ity to Oscar WjWer WcCarthy of 5- I Louis The weeding will take place I 11June The brjdetpbe is the dangl Cf James E5 Callahan the welll tnow lour manufacturer t Ii Mrs Albert F Martin Is recoveri rom a painful acclaentsustained la- In week When a splinter fwciodentere inderthe nail1 of her ring finger1 S t was removed to Nortdn Infirmary wbeE te pt A M Cartledge extracted tl 0 plinterarid dressed the injured finger it 111 Mrs Mary Halloa motherinlaw c lbAlbert J Martia Ilea sobmitted tot t etsovalef the little Lager of l1errigl fa haud Aa abscess daevlweet- e ago and cawed the boos to rot Tl II piwtatkm b OMM MecMMtry to jreve te Wood poUooiag Mr Mellon Ia now re K1 lg comfortably at the family reiidei d 6 East Gray itr t- Mlii FloreUce Ann Edelea U4W J- I achn4an prdminent young people I pdngfield will be united in Kiatrivo Iii fa St Rows churchh that ciyWodni lay ftiiriiopai prlf it The irIdeto1t tedaugbteibfJ P eVMieeiia a onroitbe 9J smolndl fJ P 11 r OMDt tb meet ibab1 ria4s tl- woat10 It PaitWca ew rwW W 111 f d4it Of Mirt Mayaw KeeaaenK- gfTWNilip ThusrsP will Ir IJ totemnized by the Very Rev Father IE LLro vttliiing c neEtlYf AprWan4wIlLte tet- IIWed nupIslm tterios- stbl4tyJ11 be ael1 a- Lbhoie 1 Jastt l oCtbe brjdparr Wr a- Tkii Keeai1229West Marl street No formal fnvuatTons have been issued but the parents of the prospect- ibthldesIre all tf their many friends friends of the groom to attend the candIImony at St Patricks church end ttiandi tti nished home the gift of the bride s father Miss Keenan has been deserved popular in Catholic society circles since ttatt and Catholic charitable affairs Mi Farrell holds a responsible position with the Kentucky Distilling and Warrbouse Company Both young people have tbe best wishes of manv friends for a safe 1 journey on the sea ol matrimony NEXT WEEKS MEETINGS t The Jefferson Cpunty Fe4eration Catholic Societies will hold its montbl ofII meeting at the Catholic Womans CJu on Thursday night 1 The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America will meet in re ular monthly session at St Marys Hall on Friday night GOUNODS MASS The choir of St1 Mary Magdalen church is busy rehearsing Gounod mass for Easter Sunday Mrs Fred unrig Jr tbe organist is well pleaad with the progress made by the cboir The attractive musical programme witt doubtless draw a large attendance 011 that day TABLET FOR SULLIVAN The AmericanIrish Historical Society will purchase arid install in the Rhode Island State House a tablet to the memory of Major General John Sullivan ian IrishAmerican hero of the revolutions war Tbe Board pf State House COUt l missioners has given permission to al10w the hero to be thus honored CHAPEL ALMOST COMPLETE The chapel in the new Sacred Heart Retreat the home of the local passlonist Fathers will be used for the first time on Easter Sunday The services on thi t occasion will be entirely informal It 1S expected that the magnificent home of the Passionists will be completed and ready for dedication toward the end of June SOWDERS GENEROUS GIFTS James Sowders the Jefferson street dealer in fish and oysters made band some donations to several Catholic Ins tutions during the present week IHi sent ten gallons of oysters to each of tbe following St Vincents and St Joseph Asylums St Anthonys Hospital Sisters of the Good Shepherd Little Sisters of the Poor and Catholic Womans Out Tbe donations were thankfully receive DR GAUDINS LECTURE The special committee of the Central Committee of the Catholic Knights ot America has almost cdmpleted arrflng ments for the reception and lecture of Stioreme President Gaudin oh the even- Ing of Sunday April 22 The lectui will be given at Macaulys Theater Bnd will be profusely illustrated with ster ptiCon views All theCattiolic Knights of the three Falls Cities nnd their friends and in fact all Catholic societies are invited to attend PARTICULAR COUNCIL The regular monthly meeting of tbe Particular Council of the St Vincent de Paul Society will beheld in St Fraud Hall at 8 oclock Monday evening The officers of the different conferences are earnestly requested to attend or if that n is impossible to see that they are repn d sented Tbe general quarterly meeting is near at band the second Sunday afler Easter and at the coming meeting of tbe Particular Coun arrangements will Ibe made for the proper observance of tbe day TRINITY COUNCIL Trinity Council held a fairly well attended meeting on Monday night with President Albert F Martin presidio Five new members were elected andotJe application was received John T Blui phy and David Garvey were reported the sick list The condition of Will Cast and John Voll who have been ill several weeks was reported unchanged Th election of an Outside Sentinel willb held next Monday night The Way and Means Committee reported that ad dltions to the building fund were cot tinually being made AWFUL FATE Word Wsnecelvedis this city Sunda veningof the sudden and awful death f Mise Ellen Dwyer which occurrd at hler home at Cannelton Ind on that fternoonV It Is presumed that the aged lady attacked by heart failure fell acros be kitchen range Her clothing tool fire consumingall thefiesh and burnIng hole through the floor into the cells lere the charred remains were fount by her nephew The deceased was sev e of age and was the aunt of N tYErsI Dwyer Lasper wife of Dr sp ref this city She wa ighly esteemed bythe people of Can neUon amongwhom she llived man years VISITORS GIVES WELCOME ifSeetalmembertftbePartlcntlUnCHof the St Viaceat IeLI itetr visited St Brigid coMference at 8 Qelock last Sunday morniugaadlt 11 cloclt vUiteajS yidbeat de PAuls eon erencey At both meetings the visitr- II were warmly welcomed The Rev t father Connelly addressed them at St r Irigids and the President performed a like office at 8t VliceBtde Pants The visitors iaclud d James 1 Camp Kill1 1mldeat of the Particular Council Ce Presidents Edward J OBrien attiC Edwrd JBoet LC WDeckerPreet deut oltbe Cathedral conference A elfcnbrlnk1 Fmldeitof ftt Brieidw If onferance Magistrate Patrick T SullU r tipVlitt Priridiat of St Patricks 13LJfn theSI omas JC Hirn c rhIl tbce giqtleinsu yirC callsd upoo for lnas i at both itt1ug md ii r- eiId brM rtHifJtHitWM iiiiirt wlit te- d iOiM4y 1 1 r t1tit t 1- Ie TOIIIOrf8W viril 90 fF I IM fl m1Ai arQa k 1miA I i fSMili PIKEt j i i i I II the New 30 to 12Armory April May BAW1 i 1 II I CONCERTS AFTERNOON ANJ NIGHT II 20SENSATIONAL SHOWS20 IJb t H SEE Princess Chauncey LuI M Ia1 I II I I IIiI = IRISHAMERICAN LMAY 8 =1 1 BUkiNO MATINEE HAMI TEE COUHENciNa SUNDAY APBIL 8 ITOMI BOHEMIAN BURLESQUERS Presenting A Bohemiatj Beauty Ida Nicolal and the Orpheum Trio ChnrKi King and Grace Tremont AH Iluntcf and All Will U Ward See the Rbltlcklng Girls and Minstrel Maidens M tULEYS Monday NfglUALICE NEILSEN Tuesday and Wednesday Evenings and Wed nesday Matinee ULA GLASER IN DOLLY DOLLARS Thursday Friday and Saturday Evenings and Saturday Matinee THE SAVAGE GRAND OPERA CO IOPKZNS111011 CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO snows DAILY OIpenlng Week Beginning Sunday April 8 Tha Gleasons and Houlihan In a potpourri of dance and music Steeley Doty Coe comedy musical artists lackerLester Trio comedy bicycle act Fran e4ca Redding Co presenting Her Friend From Texas 8 Bounding Gordons sensational re bounding acrobats Frances Poisons the sweet inger Merrill t Kozella in a new comedy ketch The KinodromeMr Butt In a comedy picture ill five acts New Phoenix Hill SKATING RINK PENS SATURDAY FEBRUARY Two Sessions Daily Largest floor space In city Perfect order No Intoxicants sold on premises PRINCESS SKATING RINK Only ground floor rIsk In city Old Armory Seventh near Chestnut Afternoon 2 to 5 Nights 780 to 1080 Saturdays extra 10 a m FTERNOON 10 CTS NIGHTS 15 CTS SKATING 15 CTS C B THOMPSON LORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jifltrson SI Both Telephones 1080 All ordera receive prompt attention and tlsfartlnn tinranted I OFFICE HOURS 8 TO 6 SUNDAYS 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done for the least money Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible an4 do just as we advertise All work guaranteed OR H JJ1 COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE opp Jao C Lewis Co PETER M RDRJOT g8308N WAGON MAIVFICTURERS CarrtJge RiHiriie iM lWirtlrt2- W i8d M7 WEST OREEN ST UcularCouncilwitlvlslt the Sag iiHeart Confwence at 9O 9cli BASKet BALL CONTEST Teams from r Mackia CokBell Y IM1 I atkey k H A win PIjtWOkam of u1tefiMaU ttbeY MHiA bo41- dIn8l First street H Ui4f vslsg ot Wedtteriay April Hi The Itt aame wUlhe called CJ8 0clott JlH Of 1 intIrIliIr j jT4 J I It iii HATSTHAfll Itt HAVE STYLE When you buy your Spring Hat buy one that has style to it Thats the kind you get when you buy your tsfti from us Gathofs Specials have no equal for style and wearing qualities We show allshapes in soft and stiff TRY 0JSTE fr tiSFORI 8 1 If f 200 j11- f GATHOFSEIGHTH AND MARKET I I t + + + t I I I I + t CONFIRMATlOJsJ Shoes and Slippers AM For Boys and Girls l 11 to 3 i Everything that 9 appropriate in the verybest goods Bring the young folks in and well please them and you too I BOSTON SHOE 60 9 IAvenue I The above Is a photograph of a section of a business building showing con dition of the joists when the S ckett Plaster Boards were torn down by firemeQ I after the fire Manufactured for KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO INCORPORATED Phone zZ67BrooIand River Louisville tIty Also operatinj Hoosier Wall Plistrr Jeffersonville Indi Phone5J55 i iiiII Ii I iI I ZltZI IIII I III iiitttFt I Ii I iI 1 Il1 fI i 114 f TIlE NORTONi COFFEE GOjI IIIMPORTIU e BLENDERS AND ROASTERS OF HIGH GRADE COFFBESAIMPORTERS OF FINE TEAS I Office Warerooms and Mills 347 W Main 4II ftl I OHItPIiHH1I J1 HIJUI 1 1 1iI JUNJiJDIiIIII iII I 11- 1Ttbe I JStable a Gilbert Compan- II AU 1 iMtrs fPrilttrs IIIMfs JMstrs r- Esi 51 ef tths 1Jttt1riftrftrKtJIftcwriMr S plIs f ti5si ete Ja1t MEbIU I IJI I- aii Ptri1fliWitrtrs LeaeCbtbaub jret iiStJ jziit 1t 1 t Lc I It I 4 i 1 I SI1tr e r orINSHRlrVOUR EIPHNGW I I IV INfmriC A 8Or Catholic Knights ofAnMica r This it the Safest and chetP sHdUrat1Ce society in the United States R ind ltaba special reserve tarn of early QO Ever Catholic t elibuia protect his wife and children by carr n apoNcyi h1rtbls Pand Vatabliabed life lasurance organization + 1j i M- An ilJanl r its + t examination of it rates wittconvincejyou o superiority ay all others Remember that life is uncertain and delaysi r Iv nre now while you can and protect your loved ones de + Louisville and applications or anya There are many branches in sired information will be furnished by officers and members or by the I f V f nj t AdBNtAlG rdm TUavnI J1IIlft I V v i i NEWTON G ROGTBRS President C i 51 ifI flHARRYAi V r ENWlAN Sectary UtttJttUttJtttUt Gran W Smiths Son u AL SMITH Proprietors Funerall Director and EEmbalmerr rCarrlegas Furnished for All Occasions on Short Notice S 9rWfo JEFFERSON nREEl1 T rEP JONE 810- tt+ V 2y1-A t11 6i hyaeC r KM C Ii II HI vco or- I 1r t I I t I I H1IH1iII + t I su lt L THOMAS KEENAN 1 Funeral Director andEmbaltne 1 i sATElE HONE 365Q I I 38mR 01 j tomptlyattdidedtodey rag t r h rages Irrnished for all occaslous t t- Ir 1226 W ARKEISrif ifi e r tfr 1lt i J J 1 ji I I 1 H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 H 1 I H I+H I I I I I l+Joo 4HIIIHHOME 88 CUMBERLAND 123 Jr J BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER S3B EKST MFrINSTREET Withthe assistance of my sons I wilt continuethe undertaking Business of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JQHN J BAR nn EL HMMI TRACY STRAUB FUNERAL DIRECTORS tAND EMBALMERS IF I Carriages PurnUbed Phone P 6 J Both 2998 Furnished All Occasions All Day 1231 W St Bet T T T II1 IHI I 11 1 I 1 J 1 1 1 1 1+1 J J J J I T H STRAUB E PHO N ES 363 fi H on Short Notice 01 1 1 I I 1 I 1 I I I I J II Both ajoo Calls I e t 1531 W MARKET STREET II I I I H WKSC Veterinary Infirmary and r W r Horse Shoeing Forge t Y 1 SCIENTIFIC AND lolts SHOE Mj f HoraeaCallcd Vat asd tieTIYered iii IINFIRMARY ANDSHOEIN6 FORE IOB7IMS W iBOADWA U I t nJiE WINES CHAMPAGNES i f s KOLB 1 1 345 West Gretns 4 t t 1 ti t iI It It I 1 1 MANHATTAN1 N RESTAURAJN1t A LUNCH COUNTER c WBN DAi AND NOt1T 5O4 W t erIIOTTO t3YENTPt rletefc Ili H Mi47 s d 4CaaYrlrttoI 1 Mr5r+ i k VALS u Sii 9NtI i t I llVtrIf moralrbm P + IIJ 1 t salt A se18 T jfi r u Z- Jr i II I I 1 DANIEL 1 DOUGHERTY Funeral Director and Phortos Carriages Answered Promptly or Night Market 12th and 13- thoff I J TRACY BOTH DR JTCHA f1 raCTICA OFFICQ reta Au traettXJQTJOK iCIGARS Jetfer5onStt Embalmer Qlve year 1 toys atieducativel thatwill prepar H themfari- lfeSTXAVI RS X COLLEGE t 13 WBro dw y Loalsyllle Ky Conducted by the Xevman Brothers plI calI Sd BticMMLBuilne9aCnrKi Preparatory De pmet Jige Swimming Pool Well JtftUtPJl- CiGymamum iermi Moderate aro JamsDlr KATIE AGNES SMITH Independent of all Undertakers t 1BALMLRW chi- lrena I epedaftyltligaatt aittw18saiad toer at rtiaaen bigglileS i All call answered prdanptly day or night Homt pbooe 1077 Office 240fi Payne St r NOTICEvnFairkt Kaumjun wto rlaheqea 1nalb thicShplle SJrttad eAllo Sj tit and karelantt ftli rio a or 14kIDttoaXen 1 hdraIOIr a deoeaeed tM amount lnwad la smal- ltip 1 r l71jytsxTrlta ti b 7iifh J j nf zrMIr- n 00 ylr lyr t ti r r py Vi TJ r1 ly 4- ibFd7i loriFiWKLJEvt Kentuckyi Irish 5 411Jetli flnJ 326 WEST STREET 4w 3r HIBERNIANSAVL J r t c fWhat They Have Beenpoln the Past Week aeneral c News Notes ti r I5 Division 4 of Syracuse conferred the firstandsecopdr degreesona large class aeltsIIstm tlng New Albany Hibernians did not rfleel this llnstead they attended the UritUMeliftfAWtkoiy 1rin ttYlburch Division 1 of Duluth received holy communion id a body and made ft splen didshowing at the Cathedral lastiSunday week 1 i The gentlemen who have charge of the building matter are at work and it need not be surprising If the selectionofl i n site is soon announced Division 1 meets Tuesday night when some important business will be trans acted President Mulloy would like to see a large attendance At a recent meeting of Division 2 of Eveleth Minn the members voted to turn the receipts of the evening over to St Patricks church of that city Dan Dougherty is rendering excellent service as Financial Secretary of Division 3 and the members are elated over his selection for this important position President Con Ford continues his good work for Division 2 which met last night Secretary Lynch claims as large a percentage of gain as any division in the cityThe new division at Pompey near Syracuse celebrated its first anniversary with a banquet Hibernians and their- friendstothe numberof tSOd enjoyed the spreadNational Director Butler and a number of prominent Louisville Hibernians will visit the New soon after Lent A big meeting and good time are anticipatedPresident John Murphy will not call the meeting of Division 4 to order next Wedtesday night until 880 oclock giving those who attend church time to ba present for roll call The April meeting of the County Board will be an interesting one Subjects of vital importance to the divisions will be discussed and voted upon and in addi tion several reports will be submitted Friends of the dramatic club who have witnessed the late rehearsals are loud in praise of the work of the members and predict an agreeable surprise for the pub lIc when the company makes its initial bow at Macauleys The Hibernian Rifles of New Bedford Mass won the 50 prize for presenting the best appearance in the Hibernian parade in Boston on St Patricks day The prize was offered by thie Chief Mar shal ofthe parade who is also the State President of thejordcr 9 Mrs Sheridan State President of the Ladies Auxiliary of New Hampshire recently r l officialvisits tothe divis ions in Manchester AVf lion ltflfordand Natihua She was royally entertained at each place but desires Jo see the mem bership greatly increased Tickets are out for the dramatic per formanceto be given at Macauley in May by the recently organized Ladies saleIshould be large The young people sync compose the company are vyeli known and possess talent of a high order Itlis earnestly Jhoped they will receive that encouragement which bey deserve JarfersonvilleI resignation to take effectiat i prjce He- has been emplpviwl as i1otqe lJtjie department in the Frankfort peaitenI tlaryisioceithe firrtof the year adbeacc f Jeffident and has 10u been aq activeworkel- in the otder and the members hope that he will soon return tohie former home It can be stated that the degree teats expects to jgiytjtr Exemplification that will sttrpatrauy witnMsed bfote inhi city 1t alt degree are conferred the joint initiation to eh ild at th meeting pf Diyiilop 1 jOBT Mday April J4 Officers of dyj Jon ands propoMtn should see treat their candidate arepra pared for this occasion andany Jq mber- e who nnecMMrijy ab inU hlnwelf1 iron the meeting lailijin Ui duty to Jthe ordar- There are ntaayllllberaiansJrtbf citl tskertheluterMtiaI l ajjoaldl It line beep etatgd thatag t HIt tifortltabotittobe ride to riI-t MMral HadrediaewiMmbwa bWore tbi fat AtJ wl i oeittfoaWhkiIC il MMtboi wtidna elbwtlixijijr1 iK1 r vttttbrdspiratori salt ii potsiaapbir itWS0 n nQ tGOOD WORK 1pi lnti11gJ1 a q itJiFAIR PRICEStJt OFFICE GREEN Albanyidlvision I PPJRJCTOEI Ij AMeetllJ i day Byefdnga of BacltMoath PresidentJohn M Mulloy Vice PresidehlTbomeaD ClineS 3f Recording SecretaryTbomea Kee san j I g- 4Iinsnclal SecreEaryPeterjt t Cualek 1911 Bank street r TreasurerThomas Walsh r ergeantatMJPsEdward Craddick DIVISION 2 Meets on the Firstt and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month President =toll J Ford Vice President William T Meehab TreasurerOwen Keiran I Recording Financial SecretaryJohnT TKenney DIVISION Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month 4 President Patrick J Welsbt1I Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording Secretary Dennis J Cole man Financiall SecretaryDaniel J Dough ertyTreasurerGeorge J Butler SergeantatArmsThomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednes day Evenings of Each Month President John A Murphy Vice President Joseph L Leniban Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial Secretary Emmet OSulll van 1520 Seventh street TrealiurerWItUausConne1tySergeantatArmsItobrrt Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the first and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentMichael Kenney PresidentRobert Gleason VlcePresidentMichel Breen TreasurerLouis Constantine Recording SecretaryJ B Murphy Jr JohnKlnneySergeantatarms Doorkeeper Epgene Constantine Banner CarrierTimothy Kinney Marshal John A Kennedy Y M I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meeta Tuesday Evenings at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentCharles S Raidy First Vice PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice PresidentD Oliver Pat tonRecording Secretary John L Boland Corresponding Secretary Frank Lana banFinancial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Treasurer Daniel Weber MarshalrJames L Mullaritey Inside Sentinel Charles Oswald Outside Sentinel Louis Kinsella neighbor who would enter the fold if properly luvited The task of doubling the membership Would be easy if all Hibernlinslooked at this matter in the right light AMUSEMENTS Macauleys Theater will have three j different attractions during the coming week Alice Nielsen will appear in her latest operatic success dbonpasqua1e oa Monday night On Tuesday and Wednesday evenings Zola Glazer will make her appearance In Misa Dolly Dollars a new musical comedy Dir lilJnhe last half of the week the Savage Grand English Opera Companywill prevent file Walk enejj Lonengria and Tannhauser Hopkins Theater proHifeea atiq faer excellent vaudeville Jjlll for next week John and Bertha Gieasbrf dancers will be the topHners Among the other attractions i r offered will be sSwley otyftod i Coe the HackerLester trip Francesca Redding Co the Bbundiog pordoss Fraace FptebBJ and the kinodrorae with new and iinterestiug pictnrtw I Btar1eeftaaretg X1amlf e week They wlllpreeentAiobsmanB- eauty tt- II ia two sets with a capable caonu aad 8parkll8gmafic4 Tke pile wHlintro dace several old favorites Innyrtodatev- an4evitlc I tonne- Thetaauageuientof thePrlaeeeRink itdoifthe nit season In onlr5to kter pace 1Yr MicniM1IfC 13 101iiTht dvgpcla- 6easa merenafafiagoLi6 8tt tilacJ IlIllIlPhOlialxl HiUii- l Park coatiatistt W asI l l t a5l6Mt1MHI f r rfiC 11rIu 3rtDfp i t- F I t1u 0 r IRELAND tfRecord if the Most Important of r She Recent Events Culled tJ From Exchanges Anew laundry has been started in the County Waterford and a technical school napueeutafke4Lof OCiiC Tbepeople ofCounty Mayo are pre paring foragteatfeis atCastlebar during the month of Juiel G rt Two Orange lodges at Belfast hung- blackticrrpecu their doors the day that Princess Ena became a Catholic fit Spain TKeeriaiiU of Johtf Kealy of Stran cally County Waterford have signed an agreement to purchase under the land actBridget Danaher died recently at the workhouse County Limerick She was 112 years of age and until two years ago possessed all her faculties The house of Thomas McInerney near Kilkisheu in Clare was attacked by a moonlighting party who fired shots through the deors and windows The Limerick corporation has made it imperative on newspspero designated to print city advertising that none but paper of Irish manufacture shall be used At the opening of the Fermanagh assizes at Enniskillen Justice Kenny was presented with white gloves there being no criminal business to go before him Limerick is making great preparations for the Thomond feis which is to be held May 25 There Will be competitions in singing music recitations and oratory Lady Inchlquin has made a donation of 1250 towards a bazar which is to be held for the purpose of raising funds for the improvement of the Clare County InfirmaryThe has taken place near Pas sage County Cork of Henry J Mahony a survivor of the 67 movement He was ope of those elected by Capt Mackey to take part in the remarkable attack on the Martello tower While workmen were engaged at the new Hibernian hall at Moy they unearthed an old broadsword in a good state of preservation It is supposed to have been buried about 250 years as the spot is an old battlefield in front of Charlemont garrison- At a meeting of the tenants of the Arnott estate the Very Rev Canon Shink win of Bandon In advising the tenants against making improvident bargains said the Solicitor of the Treasury was at that very moment issuing processes for installments under the act of 1903 The total number of tenants and subtenants evicted from agricultural bold ings in Ireland for the last quarter of 1905 was 470 Of these twentyfive were evicted outright 432 after evictions were readmitted as caretakers and thirteen evictions were at the suit of landlords The tenants of the estate situate on the town lands of Ballyanthony Ballyknock ane Knockaneariga Lvre and Rearour midway between Youghal and Tallow have purchased their holdings the terms being a reduction of 30 per cent of their existing tents judicialj and nonjudicial The Iewry Guardians elected Miss Mary Cowan of Rathfrlland to the postl tion of dispensary caretaker there The other candidates were named McComiab and Kerr A Guardian named Carson protested against the appointment saying that religion and politics had entered into it It was he Hlda fine taste of home rule ia Ulster A special meeting of the Leitrira County Council held at Carrickou Shan nOD toapprove a Government grant for 190000 Tor the development of the Cavanand Leitrim railway was broken up by a crowd of ratepayers from the Gowel district They objected to the payment of the guarantee which the development of the railway would entail In consequence of the failure of the Hon Edward DlakeMP to present a statutory declaration to the returning office withlu fourteen days of his return KlngIomfr9D1Can8datbehODerablemember sitting or voting in the House of Com biotis until he obtained an authorized excuse from one of the Judge forttbe- trixlof sulection petittoua Justice Kenny fixed the date for hearing the application Ademonstration of laborer took place jia RoKOBiMon ia favor of the County Council granting direct labor rra the reads of the county Tke kbor n nnm- beringalmost ahnndrtd carrying ban nary coateinlBif the word i Its not char ity we want but wrkjl knd similar tationinatarge contingent from Cattleraa They tkM wMrtbtd te the Coart How where a tIfCoJIe 1ty RIIIl WMlto wkIwere to be f deIdd- toaAthe CSQbt1at iicbeide tcUri labor tbetat1 u RlINI I lEf llR RhEWING 1 G I DlD1ihi zsIIii t s 1 8 ewers and BottlersLOU SVILLE sYj r i f t fi i 1r inI wilr C 1 I Hofbrau Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SEMN 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Lady jn attendance Established 12 years Honest prices good work and a reliable place All work guaraateed ten years Office open every night untill 5 oclock Sundays 8 a m to 1 Rm LOUISyiLLEDEHTALPAjlLORLP 5444lhAve In Avinaa Tile re 9a dr- agIMportdllt611alluc b tf JILWVIIJWRWEMDIISOW ST L SY HENDERSOU ROUTE e On and aftcr A prii 1 1909 Wfottifef 6JT departfOOBroadway Instead of frOruwjidth r t formerly Union Depot 1is- if 1 IIrrJIllIf1riG T l AlTI TI N I ir r IoJfLpff C i r All the new spring styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices HENRY ftAIJIt J PES1 OYERAloctEANER Lifts anY Bints Wearing AppariT- WflfiK ry GUARANTEED Phone a618 521 Fifth Street Old and Ran WfcMkjes a Specialty r BLUEGRASSl EXGHINGEI LOUIS WABNITZ OJlr s 1 niltorsj 339 FIFTH STREETS iII 9 IKPOJlTaas PINE WINES ANA MQUJ- Matlllera and Wbolewle Deal cW In Piifwt Sraada ef rhea Lucky WkUkl 4j PE4BL OF eepedafyND L h JLJTT =s JtrU- G i jip i r M IIvI rJSErVST5AEBOYS In Black Thlbeti in ages 6 Boys two 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olBlds Rosariesj 1 I IIPrayer Books Easter Stationery Catholic Prayer Books leather covers iin black red and white also a choice line of celluloid backs These books contain all the prayers required to be recitedoni first communion day Prices from p 1ge to I 225 Episcopalian Books Common Prayer hymnal attached come in red black white leather Prices from 98c to 11with with black Morocco covers gilt o edge pages good readable print Prices from 75c toS350t covered TestamentsWithor in black and white without our 11iNew bhieorange from 25c to 85c 1 low they range from lOc to S450 BEF THIRD i BUSY AS BEES Mackins Members Had HandI Full or Business This Trip Mackin Council held another wel I on Monday night am I a multiplicity of matters were discusses II and disposed of Two applications were received and favorable reports wen received on two candidates from the Investigating Committee and medicaI examinersThe Committee reported that Ben Ausdenmore who has been quit ill was improving Joseph Wald is also and John Schaeffer wasI added to the sick list President Raidy in a few well chosen remarks presentedi Thomas Duddy with a button emblem atic of the order as a result of his energy in securing three new members Ii1r response Mr Duddy said he intended to continue bis good work and hoped to secure the watch charm offered for ten new members by July 1 Clarence Zook Chairman of the Exec ntive Committee made his quarterly report and in so doing complimentedI all the officers for the manner in which their books were kept He hadparticulai praise for Financial Secretary Prank Adams whose books showed plainly the great amount of money collected during the first quarter The report also showed I that the council had made a net gain ofr 300 since the first of the year despite the heavy expenses The membership shows a gain of thirty during the firstt three months of the present year Treas urer Dan Weber also made his report which was gotten up in a systematic andI businesslike manner Thomas Bachman Chairman of the Euchre Committee reported that his committee had selected April 26 as the date for the post Lenten euchre He urged the members to assist his Commit tee in securing prizes and in other sI mike the affair a success The committee appointed several weeks ago to arrange for the annual summer outing reported that as yet no date nor location had been settled upon although the committee had submitted severalI propositions to park managers The council after some discussion gave the committee full power to sign n contract Wherever in theirjudgment they received the best proposition- As it was the opening of the new quar ter President Raid appointed the new investigating committee Prank Lana lau Thomas Bacbman and John Stew art He also took occasion to commendI the retiring commiUe William OTooJe Prank Morgan and John Boland for their god work A communication was received from President Martin of TniKyv asking Mackin Councils team to confer the degrees on a class fit thejfbrmer councils candidates as soon after refit as possible The invitation was accepted and the initiation will bt conducted jUackitifl club house onitheBigbt of he first Mpa day in May It is probable hatlllackln Council will have a claw of herownl to be initiated on the Mtneevcsiag Dr Michael Casper made an address under the head of the goad of the order He told what a great Work theT M1 generally was doing for young men more ally socially and late tuaUy aad what Mackitf Council through her gym naafuh Wdsdplnji for fcheni phyfcfeally louis KJetfei alit trio an addres- recoaumegdfngbet4rt t fclianfe if1 ii jike gyrunasfaw Hit 4uggstl9pawtr4ogad- and will probablyibe aeteditvpon jautbe c- JsesZ near futtirc n y Sfieifefc V ffifcUfeekuai the QKceribn the exdelient hbwtbg mime during tile first tuaFteridliYnancee na iuelRobertbow rai M the irk of the gyaltMwliHu ralHl tgd- an mmbO t6take nit Co m9 rxi- VICT1 OIt ACCpolml i Ys I 9X4 1l Yn i i1oItl yel aNlewe JJ tlt J- SLaeanitknla prlLirenG bNIirMWMria Wf it tllNtIM1Ie jlidMK wed IWJ if 1 Trl1f tJM I abtp Iteoplkh4S9P- t 1 I J lid t WM feared at first that be had suffered J Ili French Cheviot Box PaperIn white envelopesandoner per box2ge Box PaperWe have an extensive variety some in rough edge other nice effects in white blue and gray prices start at per box 25c French Cheviot PaperWhite blue and gray tablet form to match very neat styles Price per tablet 15c Ester Stationery Box of beautiful white linen paper with envelopes to match on this is our Easter greet Iofsuggestive Easter greeting it will be appreciated price 35c u MARKETS AND FOURTH eeeee 0000 0000 attendedmeeting improving nemberstilp3ae utacMMdiiittr4 envelopes fatal injuries Later reports indicate that his condition is somewhat improved and he is now put of danger About a year ago Mr OLaughlin married Miss Maude Breslin of this city a niece of Miss Catherine Breslin of 616 West St Catherine street and of the late Mrs Eliza Jamison and a sister ot Romeo and Prank Breslin The injured man has paid several visits to Louisville and his friends here are hoping for his speedy recovery RECENT DEATHS IThe wretched March weather left havoc in its wake The long continued dampness end sudden changes in tem perature caused death to invade many a pneuI monia and lung trouble carried off many respected men and women during the past week Ben Beyer well known in West EndI I circles died suddenly Thursday nightII John M Geagan died at the home ofr II 1his sister Mrs Thomas Dolan Clay andI Gray streets on Saturday The deceased had suffered from locomotor ataxiaI I during the pa t eight years His funeralI took place from St Johns church onI Monday morning rJohn Connor for several years an employe of the Louisville Packing Com pany died at his home 262 East Market tookIourMonday He was thirtyeight years and is survived by his wife The remains of Miss Ida Mary Cole men who died at St Josephs Infirmary on Friday were removed to the residence of Orrie WUallen 2912 Greenwood avenue where they reposed until Sunday afternoon when the funeral took place from St Charles Borromeo church Mrs Anna Lannan died at the home of her nephew John Lannan 1114 Eight eenth street on Monday evening The deceased was sixtytwo years old and was the widow of Michael Lannan who preceded her to the grave several years Her funeral took place from St PatricksI church on Wednesday morning ITheremaius of James C Joyce who died Tuesday in Lexington at the home of his daughter Mrs Mary Krieger were brought to this city and taken to the home of Martin McCue 5226 Duncan street The funeral took place from St Cecilias church on Thursday The deceased was the father of Thomas Wal ter and Frank Joyce all of Louisville Patrick McLaughlin for forty years an AdanlsExpressCompanydied Friday of last week The deceased was sixty five years old and a native of Ire land He acted as messenger for the Express Company between this city and Indianapolis A widow and four sobs survive Qne of his sons Matchew M Laughiin fis 1r member of the Louisville police forqej TJhe funeral which took place froni St Patrfckjs church on Mon day morning was largely attended i The funeral of Martin J Boyle who- diedat the family residence r18il Port laud Avenue on Thursday night ol last wsek took place from St Patrick1 chqrci on JSunday morning The dV cea e4w83 widely known find liked by all who knew him In hIs llest illness- wlteqh I sinew tnat death wat approach- Ing I tie ecame rev I Rneaand kfter I bets g fortified wiffi IhVjwtramenWr met aNU ev aelae rfiUy Hea wiryiyed by lM wfdowtattpioLLuk saltarMrs William thratj is1lhowas Mfchaelf arChar es ttnvle r Fiit ftYt 1lC erefIA4tkoilerwadhelievestoref- nellprfed hMfeMBce fcfeenUitlMii they do J in their Catholic bretprs wjJ IKXMI dii ifcover what it coetato be insured by pot pewb ni kof iitlttudsme for profit f A Benefit Certificate aaA11I chla p eIiDdjiireltbI iis I u jllcjf any I1he eomplip- Write I IwJIruWeatNHz kJtyAigtkaryHairev tLbNUulno ftt tt J u4 qi1 i1 it d- l m mean c tifnwd rfloa Cr rn quick t LADIES AUXILIARY Interesting Meeting and Sev oral Important Matters Considered The Ladies Auxiliary tothe A O H held a business meeting Wednesda night Miss Mary Sheridan preside and congratulated the members on the large attendance Five new application were received and three candidates init sated Several matters of important to none but members of the auxiliary were discussed The committee In charge of the dramatic performance announced that the Geraldine Club was steadily engaged in rehearsals and that a public performanc would be given at Macauleys Theater on May 14 The auxiliary will give a gold watch to the lady who sells the most tickets The two ladies to make tl c- I contest will probably be selected at the next meeting State President Keenan was presen and made a brief address He also announced the approaching marriage of his daughter Miss Mayme and invited the members of the auxiliary to witnes the ceremony at the church and then to congratulate the happy couple at hi house SHERIDANS CHANCE Irish ftmerlean Athlete Will Enter the Coming Olym pian Games Foremost among the uthletes who sailed from New York Tuesday to take part In the coming Olympian games iin Greece was Martin Sheridan a membe of the Metropolitan police force and a native of Ireland As a matter of fact Sheridan was a full grown man and at accomplished athlete before be left Ire land He is today the allround cham pion of America Among the many things that he will try for in the Olympian games is the Pentathllou the ancient allround con test of the Greeks The five events include discus throwing a running race of about 400 yards standing broad jump spear throwing and GraecoRomai wrestling Sheridan has proven a won der at throwing the discus runs wellisi splendid on the broad jump throws the spear welland as be says himself everybody from his country can wrestle a bit He stands a splendid chance with the foreign athletes- CHAPLAIN AT LORBTTO The Rev Father Edwin Drury the noted Kentucky missionary has as Mimed his duties as Chaplain at Lorettq Academy For a month past cbas officiated as Chaplain of the Sisters of the Good Shepherd at Eighth and Madl son streets VICTIMi OP HEART DISEASE John Reagan welf known in Irish American circles of Lexington died at IYIpeaHi7r08b1tl ngtImeIIIewaiithand is survived by the mother three sisters MiaM Mary Margaret and Kath leanI and two prothersDaniel aadQdi offs Reagan Chieff 9f Ppljce1 jfwy Reagan and Peputy punly Clerk Cr Hellas I Reagan were his U ldThefuneral took place from St Waals chiitch oa Monday afternoon ulfpFROM J ILM1D- odephJJ rW Ya Rul Ine bLttuisvljfe4 ldHt jtDd beet kpoWn rrn irs lane just return frbtn Iowa Jwith an Enter Ling celkc to title shape d1 afiece off petr fitUckoryl wood TtiW relic was Prbuehj froth frelafad td tow PreVious ttt the itif00 by Cajit WJltij M SWTfl who afterwardt fought da thee Adiericanafdt petriiil j iW 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T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN it laNDS SPENCER PreM ai 154 Expert AccdtiBUnU 11 l Tt- axiirtAy MAiN TPjfi NNOi4n I Pnsldtnt W Sf r PUICKfMEAL STEELRANBEB RAKE WELL f 1LAIIT1 lCaeaNlYllilx LOMISWLLEKY QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES Bstln World first at the St Fair GEtiER SON 217 Market SI r Second IE4i V era 4 Q H usiness College ye Ir TITi j fj YIcePtea0irJM r a t F PiANWONJR 1Tre Ilrar j 1 tKantnthInokCD 1aI UfColUOJtATD AVdonsrtrir clI J t X1t a a VITRIFIED 4JJJFOR AND ROADWAYS 5OI 2 ltftc1 sraLill HOp antra Tha Awarded prize Louis Worlds near 1 d B 7i NON f r STRHETS 1i q R TC wvWi0i tJfftythlll e aria i TiLOjjONLIZ5Z p L 0