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Ct Id I J 10 A In r1 2 I fi r I 4 1 11 If 4 t A OOJI ti r t IID E a F It f i1 fl w KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN p i I II 1 1I j jt Or t I b 1II I IiiIf i VISITORS t j 1 f CouncilMembers1 VISit Conference of Sacred bflti i r a H art 4 1 i 22ifqj nl fEfadi g lueentianstTalkEa of Work Now y- Itev Iw Being Drtue y Anl a hV c Father P ifrlckW I8bUa8 4 4 TVrHWI Kind Words a DIen I U Af K QOARTERLYlMEETlJIGfARRMGED a 1A V j 1 v t The system of members of the Particular Council of the St Vincent de Paul Society visiting subordinate con ferences recently Inaugurated was fol lowed up last Sunday morning by a visit to the Sacred Heart conference Among the visitors were President James T Campbell Vice Presidents Edward J Bosler and Edward J OBrien William ti T Meehan of St nary Magdalens Thomas Sheehan of St Philip Nerls William McDoncgh of St Louis Ber f trands and Joseph Lynch of St Will xlamsconference President Thomas K Hines bade the visitors a hearty welcome in behalf of the Sacred Heart conference and called upon the President of the Particular Council for an address He also recounted briefly the work that the Sacred Heart con ference was doing and told of the splen did attendance at the meetings President Campbell in his remarks complimented the men he was addressing and urged them to bring young men Into the organization He dwelt upon the temporal and spiritual benefits the society conferred upon Catholic men When a man is a good Vincentiani he said there was no doubt as to his salvation He urged frequent visits to the poor and the distressedand admonished them to make their beneficiaries understand that they were being afforded temporary relief not charity This he said would lessen their humiliation and no Vincentlau wanted to humiliate his fellowman He also urged them to secure work for the unemployed and thus restore in them a measure of selfconfidence The Sacred Heart conference said Mr Campbell ought to be the banner conference of the cityr J OBrien of St Patricks conference said the purpose of these visits was to encourage the various con ferences In their good work He spoke highly of the Sacred Heart congregation and expressed his pleasure at what he heard and saw during the morning The Vlncentlan he said was true to his family and bis neighbor There are no limitsto his charity he does good for the welfare of the whole community He said the examples set by the Vlncentlans was of great benefit to men who occasionally stumbled and fell by the way side In conclusion he urged the neces sity for regular attendance at the meet ings Edward J Bosler of St Brigtds con ference was the next speaker He told tiofthe manifest appreciation of these visits to the various conferences and of thei effoVtsfieing made by tbe Partlculaf Council to inspire a feeling of encourage wentWllliamtT feehan of trDnary stag dalents cone a sPeciaIPilea that more young men be gathered into the fold of the society and Thomas Shee- han oI St Philip Nerf stsaid thatnspirit- ual tpyerty could be setaside by one good example Vincentlans were help Ing their neighbors helping each other andaiding the priest This society he said was a soul Insurance organization t Will McDpnogb of St Louis Berlrands andJosgpiiJypcli ofSt Nilliain Ji1l made brief addresses tTe1 vJ Eatkir Patrlck Yalsh eve s ddresseMiles he had heard were eloquent and sensibl- eandheinvitedthe VIisitprsto COlfe 9 t s- He had many kind words for his con ference which tiesaldjstodd ready at all times to aidI him andito aid other con iereacee in the word of practicafChris- tian charity The Particular Council held its regula t monthly meeting at St Francis Hallo n Monday nlght After theordinary you tinebusinessI had beer disposed fSecre t Payt J announcing that St Williams and thl C Blessed Sacrament conferences had bee- aggregated n to the society VUro1i out tlh4 world These are the latest cbnferehc organized In Louisville Arrangement were also perfected for the quarter whirtueettu atwillo 1ock oaSunkytApril9 t I- Ii ua f Sr l 6ILATOI MUCHIMPROtD TheHon Emmet Slattery who mad soI clSl l maraeristheHittM Of ItepfesMtfttf + 4a iin th Legislaturej adjournedj underwent delicate operation for jUt acute formatlo eta the glands pt ttie rfshttaideoltb neck at St JpacpVs Infirmarylast wed He IllmpcoYi JDldI1 and will remov iIyltoi I OfIILOVID roiist D- IAInt I r A ThellcvPstherMertcbmD pastor v v 8t Marks parch at Richmond WI n a found dead In bed in his rectory on Palm Sunday morning Death resulted from heart 1ai111riTb deceased was fifty five years old and a native of Germany Hejhad labored long in the diocese bf dbvington principally at Newport Over a year ago his health became so poor that he was transferred to Richmond where the duties were tighter He was greatly beloved by his fellow priests The remains were sent to Newport where they were Interred on Tuesday FIRST MASS I tf j n 1 i 01 v i H 3 v RevrPatherSyJvesieVAlh ii w Will Officiate at St Peters rTomorrowwill P A If T be a gala dayfor St- Petera congregationf sjnce ili people r not only celebrate the festival of Easter but willjlikewlse attendTtbe first mass of aI a former member of th parlsh the Rev FatherSylVester Alhagsii p M C For the first time during Hue fifty years that the con ionb 1ien established one of A ellreuwnboys will celebrate the divine mysteries j The JoaBgillcvlte will sing the high mass atiiofojclockl He wil be assisted by tbe Rfeyiather Leo GreuHch while the Rev Father Jerome Prelwer will be deasoa of the mass and the Rev Father Paul Volirath subdeacon The sermon will be delivered by the Rev Father Leo Greullcfa Father Albausi was born in Germany twenty t eiars ago When quite a small child his parents removed to Amer ica and settle In Louisville He is one of eight children and Lip father and mother reside at 1623 West Kentucky street After completing his early edu cation at St Peters parochlalscbool he pursued his studies at the colleges of Minor Conventuals in Syracuse Trenton and Albany He was ordained at the latter place by the Right Rev Bishop Burke on March 31 His family are all devout Catholics and one of his sisters is a member of the Ursuline order Sister Sysvester who Is now engaged in teaching at St Helens parochial school In Jefferson county ALL ARRANGED Division I Has Planned a Big Time For the Next Meeting The attendance the meeting of Divis ion 1 A O IL on Tuesday night was not large but what it lacked in numbers was made up in enthusiasm In the absence of President John M Mulley and Vice President Thomas D Clines Thomas Dolan occupied the chair Patrick OConnor was elected to membership James Dugan who was ill was reported able to respme his duties while the con dition of James Cusick who is suffering from rheumatism shows no improvement A communication was received from Charles J Cronan the real estate man submitting proposition for a permanent home for the order Col Lum Simons sent a communication concerning the advantages of Riverview Park as a site for picnic purposes anti the Commercial Club sent the division formal notice of home coming week It was announced that the new degree team would confer the degrees on a large class at the next meeting Tuesday April 24 Division 1 will have fourteen candidates while each of the other divisions will have candidates i for initiation at the Same time Every member of the order will be Notified of the forthcoming exem plificatlon of the ritnal Capt Thomas Riley Michael Tynan nod William M Higgins will have chargtof the social session tbat wJJ follow the Initiation An abundauce refreshments will be provided LENIHAN lIS LUCKY Joseph ii Lenihan has been appointed Transfer cleflTTnTlHe City Aiisess8rs oaidJlij I Mr Lenihau was for several years a deputy in the office of the County Assessor during the incumbency of Benson Oi HetI8iyieePr lditpf Division 4 A OIH 7- sdcntofand Pre SatolH Council Y ML1 Mr Lenihan has a host of friends who r will be glad to hear of his good fortune CARPET FOR SANCTUARV IThe ladies of ih Altar gocfcty of the e ChUrch ot the SacredIleart1at Seven teeuth and Broadway have arranged a rpbip ttrftirp iseJor 4he c ugeti tomorrow Not fll will the altar asd sanctuarye tastefully decorated fOJ e Hastert but a new green velvet carpet bal b been laid in tnersahctuary Th Rev Fa her i Watstq his Alta3 Soc r ttery anagrael r 11jf4- l Jiisrdembe rs r l LIOIITMNO STROKE e Henry Gahafer a young man wel di known In the West Bad was atrlcVt e speechless during the electHe atom a that passed over Louisville last Sandal night He wasJabedwhenthe MornQ began and his coadltlon was not die e- covaisd untHldondeyu ori iag- Inve respeose to kin joothcri call h poitp w M+ liheP apA wrote a note to the effect that hp Ins suffered a llbtuiag stroke Dr Curia Jwfr W lit of tads and has hops of hw ptedYflCpl LI leg i nPREPARlD tyEverythfngin j M Readiness for Big Celebration of Catholic jjr II Knights t r101 qPft I iIhtposincr Street Parade uJJ11 Take Place During the liff A H a 1 l A trrnooumt iw L1 i jThe Public Invited toHear Su preme President Gau dins Lecture 1 bt t Jti i lJ I GOOD CAUSE SHOULD BE ENCOURAGED i i The Central Committee of the Catholic Knights of America held a special meet ing Friday night of last week to hear reports from the committee in charge of the arrangements for Supreme President Gaudins reception and lecture on Sun day April 22 President Newton G Rog ers occupied the chair and congratulated the members on the large attendance Chairman William M Higgins of theI Entertainment Ccmmlttee reported that Macauleys Theater had been secured for President Gaudins lecture and detailed minor matters that had been arranged for his reception and entertainment The report of the committee was recived with expressions of approval from all present Messrs Michael Reichert Henry Bos quet John J Score Charles Hill and j John Schalda made brief remarks rela tive to making the forthcoming lecture a success Members were also reminded that Sunday April 22 was the day set apart for the annual turnout and celebration t President Rogers said be wanted J to see all the Catholic Knights of the three Falls Cities on dress parade that j dayBranch 6 will approach holy communion In a body at St Martins church and Branch 32 at St Vincent de Pauls on that morning In the afternoon theJJ seventeen branches of Louisville New Albany and Jeffersonville will assemble j atSt Marys Hall at Eighth and GravII son streets and after forming in procession will march to St Martins church Shelby and Gray streets where solemn vespers will be sung Messrs Rogers J Relctiert Bosquet Score Secretary Harry Veeneman and Capt Gus Kane made I spirited addresses urging that every effort i be made to make the procession an imposing I one and to show the public that the order was something to be proud of Besides Supreme President Gaudin State Presidents Henry Homer and Altenburg and Major Gen Kadeski Supreme Trus tee Peter Wallrath Inspector General I Beckman and all the Kentucky Statejj officers are expected to review the parade assist at the solemn vespers and partici pate in the evening entertainment at MacauleysOne feature of the street parade will be the first public appearance I of the new companies of the uniform rank attired fiu their handsome black andII silver fatigue suits Capt Gus Kane is holding frequent drills of both companies I and expects the men to make a splendid showing Upon the motion of John J Score the officers were instructed to procure a baud to head the procession and announcement was made that the local commanderies of the Knights of St John were being invited to take part in the paradeHenry Bosquet for many years prominent in the councils of the order said the coming of President Gnndln and his offi cial staff had been well advertised andI voiced the opinion that Macauleys Thea ter would hardly be able to accommodate the crowd that would seek admission The Supreme President is well versed in Catholic affairs and is a Speaker of ability He will I talk on matters of intense interest aud every Catholic man and woman in the three Falls Cities is invited to the entertainment for which no admission fee wlll be charged The orator of the evening will illustrate his subject with stereopticon views Other members of prominence in the order will address the assemblage and with the musical numbers the programme will be very Interesting- It was decided to postpone the regular meeting of the Central Committee one week Instead of holdingIt on Good Fri day night Delegate Score created much enthusiasm when he made known the fact that Branch 4 was back jtn its old timeI form and coming rapidlyto the trout One new memoir was obligate thenlast meeting and four more would be pre sented Monday night Col Reichert said I Branch 6 was near the 200 mark and expressed the belief that the membership fewrweeks Capt John Murphy spoke feel iBglyof the loyftlty of tkeCntral Com mitteeland ohn KellyaKJkMscd hls pleJsure4 atTherIn S3aVtiy the I tmlforrn rank which premised to tbc a 1 poW for good and aqiaceolve to young I HMra to join theCatholic knights Thom r Tobin one of the veterans said this was J one of the beet meetings the Central Committee eaac heldand waal e v yBIbecof the 0fdcr tojkiwjr jf itf e ptosesdinge 7 tr- r Nowthattke Ofatwl cUU Js8I I done its part It behooves every CathoUc a vitMoot eii 1iihum nest femilrljo nayI fI ar I success It costs only your presence and you will be rewsnkd with all Intel Q 0- L a lectual treat The Catholic Knights of America have done great work during the past thirty years They have die burled mlllious among the widows and orphans protecting those who were left without a natural protector and educat lug parentless children The order has passed through several crises but is today stronger and better than ever Let every good Catholic eucourige the Supreme officers and the Central Committee in the goodwork they have in hand The committee oi arrangements for the procession reception of Supreme President Gandiu and lecture met at the home of Charles Hill Twentieth and Walnut streets on Thursday night when final preparations wire completed The seventeen branches Hud uniformed companies will meet at St Marys Hall Eighth aud Graysont at 115 oclock and form in procession and march to St Martins church over the following route Eighth street toj Walnut to Fifth thence past the Cathedral to Jefferson to Third to Market tOt Brook thence past St Michaels to Jefferson to Jackson to Green thence past St Boniface to Clay then past SU Johns Walnut to Shelby and St Martins where the solemn high vespers will be sung and an address delivered by the Rev Father Ohle The committee also elected its Chair man William M HJggitis editor of the Kentucky Irish American topreside at the evening entertainment and to Intro duce Dr Gaudin and the other speakers i RECENT DEATHS Miss Hannah Shaaby died at the home of her aunt Mrs Bridget Foley 823 East Jefferson street on Saturday The deceasedwas a young I lady well iked in the East End The funeral took place from St Michaels church on Monday morning IrI Many expressions lof sympathy have been sent to Mr and Mrs EUM Kerr on the death of their letfyear old+ daughter Lillian who died at t amilyresidence 2015 Bank street on Saturday The funeral took place from St Cecilias church Monday a ernoon Officer John Hessian and his beloved wife have the sympathy of many friends in the loss of their ihreeyearold girl Mary Agnes Hessian who was callsd to heaven early Tuesday morning The funeral took place from Sacred Heart church on Wednesday morning The funeral of Mrs Margaret Johnson who died at the home of her son William B Jpjyj gn 832 Cajiqnlstreet Satur day evening took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption on Monday morning The deceased was sixtytwo years old and was the widow of William Johnson who died several years ago John R Duane a seventeen year old youth died at the home of his mother Mrs Lavinia Duane 1423 Seventh street on Wednesday morning He had suf fered from a prolonged attack of rheu matism and his death was not unex pected The funeral took place from St Louis Bertrands church on Friday morning 1The funeral of Mrs Ann McGinty wife of Edward McGinty who died on Satur day at the home of her daughter Mrs John Gallagher 2145 Duncan street took place from St Cecilias church on Mon day morning The deceased was the wife of Edward McGintyand was a most estimable lady She was seventyfive years old and a native of Ireland Charles Francis Burning aged twenty two years died at the home of his mother Mrs Margaret Durning 1315 Nineteenth street on Sunday afternoon after an illness of a week The decesed fell a victim to pneumonia His funeral took place from the Sacred Heart church on Tuesday morning The dead youth was quite popular and a large circle of mourning friends attended the isassOf requiem that was celebraTed by the Rev Charles P Raffo Patrick MV HanieyV Due of the old members of the Cathedral congregation died at hlsresldence 436 West Walnut street on Tuesday morning He was born in the County Galway Ireland eighty years ago but came to Louisville when quite a youth All his life he was active In church societies One son John M Hauler of Frankfort Secretary Treasurer of the Kentucky Distilleries and Warehouse Company survives him The funeral took place from the Cathedral of the Assumption on Thursday afternoon HAVE HOPE Thomas Camfield a respected resident of the East Ead and well knows in Catholic society circles lies In a Orious con ditloa at life koaie ion Payee street auf ferihgf roar an attack ef pneumonia will which he was stricken last Sunday The attending physician called a censukatioi for Friday tOOl late for tbe leewlt to be made knows IB ibis Isaac PROMOTION FOR POll Lawrencf Ford who reprtMaU tke Hlritwardia the CityI Cowiell of Jagsir sonyiHe bM teem protneUd to the post tlonofBlght ogrdactorop ttbcJftnnsyl vaulRIiaecf bddgersipmt r ii ct TIfQ PNIVa lrY Moqrinor lleantethegichbiahopoi Wetmlnatet1res lafomtd rise Vatlcrt iutnoiiUes thattht JrtwVy electedt i Irlat JlMmbereItbe Btkb WapttreW kieen futrabca daring ttk preseni- ssndoa abutaatbodaiagthe instftatfoe f sin Irish Catholic noiy nity iu Dnblia GLORIOUSI Feast of the Resurrection Will Be Celebrated Everywhere- Tomorrow EcclesiasticalyearDivided Into Three Grand and Sepa rate Parts Sentiments tuatghonld Actuate Catholics at This Holy Time ONLY ORE THING IS NECESSARY Tomorrow will be Easter Sunday the day set apart by our holy mother church to commemorate the glorious resurrection of our Saviour from the dead The churches put off their mourning gar ments and expect their faithful adherents to put off the garments of iniquity and to robe themselves in the clothing of divine grace Organs and choirs ring out their gladdest notes and all proclaim Christ is risen Flowers iu gorgeous abund ance decorate the altars and their sweet perfume fills the air It Is indeed a time of thanksgiving and the church does all in her power to bring this glorious mystery to our senses In every clime and in every land the faithful men women and children will receive holy communion and thank God for the blessings bestowed upon the world through the instrumentality of his Sop our Saviour But now that Lent is over we are not supposed to fall back into sin because we have left the fasts and prayers of that holy season behind On the contrary we must ever strive for greater perfection and each succeeding Easter should find In us many spiritual improvementsWhat it profit a man to gain the whole world and lose his own i soul asked the Saviour St Ignatius tell us that Is the one thing necessary The church through her succession of festi vals reminds us that the salvation of our immortal souls is the only end for which we should strive If we live the life of the Just our eternal happiness will beassuredw The church teaches us that since original sin time has been the delay granted by divine justice to guilty man in order that he may do penance and the Council of Trent declares that the life of a Christian ought to be a continual pen anceThe year is divided by the church Into three partsthe first comprises Advent the second extends from Christmas to the Ascension the third begins at Pente cost and extends to All Saints day Advent reminds us of the 4000 years during which the Messias was expected The second period includes the mortal life of Jesus Christ The last part of the year recalls the life of the saints Christian festivals recall the great mys teries of religion as well as the examples of our Lord the Blessed Virgin and the saints These days were instituted to inspire us with gratitude toward God and a desire of imitating the saints to excite us to the different virtues which we are more particularly bound to prac tice in each of the seasons of the year and to give us some rest from our labors and make them useful to us by showing us how to sanctify them Easter Sunday is one of these great feasts and III order to celebrate it well the church tells us that we must endeavor to understand well her intention We must excite In our hearts sentiments cor respondng to this great festival andwe must prepare ourselves by a cessation of sin and by the practice of good works to receive the sacraments of penance and Holy Eucharist If we do not correspond with the grace of God the festival of Easter is as nothing tQ us The services in all the local Catholic churches tomorrow will be very elaborate and the decorations will be unusually handsome The musical programmes will be of great excellence Owing to the large number of churches it is impos sibleto give each programme In detail r MACKIN COUNCIL Mackin Coancil Y M f held another splendid meeting Monday night Ben Ausdenmore and John Schaefer were reported improylng while Joseph Wald and Emmet Schnellare entirely well The application of John I McIntyre was received The committee arranging for reportedfavorablel President James OHara Con McBar ron and Joseph Trudeau of Unity Coun f metinglnbeltalfEaster Monday It is probable that Maekiaa nibera Will visit the bazar in- abedyp4xbursdaynight Many inter sting addressee were delivered during tke eyening It was frnaptuced thatt beginning next wHk the meetings would be held on Tuesday sight instead o MoWdy fcltkt M lMts keen the cast 1during Leut J I I VOCATIONIt J l t Jrtot iumA frail the PTCMto ta brig istN r illustrated booklet enMUedrtTheagk I t Pot Young MM prepared by the Chris I HiS Beethirstlorvtbeedtof yotiojII men desiring helpful suggestion oa the 0 n subject of vocation While the book is adapted to all seasons of the year it is particularly suitable for such occasions as missions and retreats Besides the subject of vocation which is treated In a strikingly bright and encouraging manner other topics of vital interest such as life and its Work time and eternityare briefly discussed The closing chapters are devoted to the history of the Chris don Brothers and the requirements for membership in the order While the work has been prepared for gratuitous distribution among young men exclus ively complimentary copies will be sent to all readers of this paper upon applica tion to Brother E Alfred Ammen dale Md DECISIVE VICTORY The Kentucky Irish American Bowlers Defeat New Albany Team The Kentucky Irish American bowling team defeated a picked team of New Albany bowlers on the Hoosier bowling alleys Peart street on Tuesday night in three stoutly contested games The attendance at the games was large and the male population of New Albany was out in force to root for the home team The Kentucky Irish American team won the championship of the Falls City Bowling League during the season just closed A week ago John F Oetken of the Kentucky Irish Americans received a challenge from the New Albany bowl ers and accepted it at once Then the New Albany crowd got busy andselected the best men from eight teams to go against the Louisville visitors After trying out the cracks Messrs Herfel Paulson Schlagater Harrison and A Hildebrand were chosen to uphold the standard of New Albany The Kentucky Irish American team was made up of KinbergerGeorge John J Barry The agreement was that the side with the greatest rinnage was to be declared the winner the losers to pay for the alleys A purse was also hung up for the contestants The Kentucky Irish American team won all three games and their total pin nage exceeded the New Albany cracks by 279 After the game the Louisville visitors were entertained at Klarers Cafe by Walter Klarer of New Albany ETERNAL REST L Final Summons For Priest Who Had Been Long Sufferer The Rev Father McLoughlin a popu lar young priest of this diocese died at St Anthonys Hospital early Sunday morning Death resulted from exhaus tion following a prolonged attack of locomotor ataxia Father McLoughlin was born in Scranton thirtysix years ago Ten years ago he was ordained and came to this diocese For a brief period he was assistant priest at St Johns church in this city Later be was on rural missions in various parts of the diocese Four years ago he fell a victim to typhoid fever and although he apparently recovered the insidious disease left him a prey to locomotor ataxia Everything known to medical science was done for him but his occasional spells of relief were very brief Three months ago and shortly after he had been appointed Chaplain at Loretto Academy the last attack came He was brought to this city and taken to St Anthonys Hospital There he slowly sank until the final summons He met death calmly almost joyfully as a release from his earthly sufferings The remains of the dead priest were sent to Taylor Pa where he passed his early boyhood Four brothers who are in businessin Scranton survive him FINAL VOWS Two novices of the order bf Sisters of Mercy will take their final vows at St Catherines Academy 1152 East Broad way on Easter Monday after the 8 oclock mass These young ladles who resolved to give up the world made their initiatory vows two years ago Miss Bessie McDonald will be known In religion as Sister Dorothy end Miss Nel lie Moran will be known as Sister Mary Bernardette TheRevEatherRemigru8 Hauenstein PFA4 will celebrate the mass and the Rev Father Justin Carey C P will preach the sermon The friends of the two prospectiveaunawil i witness the ceremonies of profession H THE TENEBRAB St Louis Bertranda church was crowded Wednesday Thursday and Pet day evenings Pebplcffrsa raanyof the other parishes were precept to hear the service of the Teaebrae sung The Dominican priests who took part in the Holy Week cereinonieswere the Very Rev Father egan4 athetg Clerk Dunn Heenaa McFeelyt Ploodfaradi TCernaa The repositpry jpn Holy Thursday was located on L joespbeialtar where the greefn and white color schemebeiaglhawdfpll jparried out while the illuminations were elaborate L ACTINaCHi6P a Mejor VMckk Ridge ksting Chief etr pulse k tke cbseaMref Cal fteheMM- Gtretnerv NI wllcMi tUtlng ii rekotfe days at French Llck Springs l rs I BIG BAZAR Unity Council Enterprise Will Open on Easter Monday Afternoons i1I 1 t I III Catholic Ladies of New Albany Aiding In nraklnalta Success Members of the Y M I Havo Been Leaders in Church Works I THURSDAY WILL BE LOUISVILLE DAY buildlugfundAlbany will open at 2 oclock Monday afternoon St Josephs Hall Eighth and Spring streets where it is to be held has been tastefully decorated for the occasion and the various booths are laden with many handsome and valuable articles As Monday is Easter Monday and a holiday for school children it has openlJlgChildrena Louisville day and the members of Mackin Trinity and SatolH Councils are Mondaytheadmission fee Supper will be served by the Catholic ladies of New Albany Meal twentyfiveMrs T M Moritz is general chairman of the committee of ladies who will have charge of the bazar and dining room The ladies who will have charge of the culinary arrangements on the various nights are as follows MondayMesdames H Fein and Mar tinRoughTuesdayMesdames B Hlnkebein and A BizotWednesdayMesdames B Graf and Stephen Day- ThursdayMesdames Thomas Hanlon and Thomas Tighe FridayMesdames J Miller and M j JSaturdayJ McCrackin The young ladies who have entered the contest for the piano are Misses Clara Bir Minnie Fein Stella Lang Rosa Schwearjohann and Maud ODonnell The piano will be awarded to the one who receives the greatest number of votes A Shetland pony will be awarded to the most popular boy The contestants are Michael Steinert Willie James and Ed Krebsbach aidingbythat is being done by the members of Unity Council and their lady friends Supreme President William Fogarty of Indianapolis and Grand President J P Friz of Terre Haute have been invited and are expected to spend Thursday in New Albany During the past ten years Unity Coun cil has done much for church and charitable enterprises In New Albany and its members were leaders in the work of raising funds for St EdwardsHospital These young men now deslrejthe good people of the Falls Cities to aid them in securing their own hall Itwill be a commodious and substantial building and will be equipped with all modern Improvements The erection of the new building will begin at once ifs the bazar is successful The structure will be located midway between St Marys and Holy Trinity churches The various booths andjthe ladies in charge will be Ice cream Miss Anna Klstner HandkerchiefsMrs Peter Fetter Quilts and comfortsIda Knihrin Fancy work Mrs Ben Gildehau- sCandyMrs William Receuver The Ways and Means Committee which has full controlof jthe bazar is made up of James OHara Chairman Charles F Pfeffer SecretsnyTreasurer Emil Pnpaqnier and Matt Roth These gentlemen will be oh hand every night Twelve other members of the council will act as assistant managers every even ing All the members are loud In their praise of Mrs Mary Breetz the general chairmen of th ria7llesr committee It was through Bernard work thatt so many ladies became interested iFATHERLpOAN WELCOMED Time Very Rev Pettier Bernard P Logan Q rlthe sew Prior of St Louis B rtrands church arrived in Louisville Monday evening and at once assumed tke duties ef his office He has been gigenawarmwelcome by those of bra foimer parishioners who have been fortu nate enough to meet him rather Logan will address the people of ftke coagre gatiou at the yarioM manses tomorrow DOUBL8 EVENT t The Very Rev Father Lawrence Pax JohnschurchYeat Clay and Walnut treetwltlcele1tme 8doubl event toejorrow Ini tthe fret place iIt will be Easter Sunday it will also he the sevetityaIgiitfr birthday of Father Bex JHe will slag the solemn Ligkrnawit 1Qoclockw tband dtreeitdiiofj render appropriate music FT ntdL tY iTIL7Jt9C y INI8a O KU4TU6KY IR1IIw fyi est of allM7alt later ca a JTTerecl to the Moral asd SocUj lvancets AM9ICPRINTINGCO P iLiH RS r KENTUCKY IRISH ditf UBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAK PER YHAK SINGLE COPY Ie BBtired at Ihe touliVllie Postotflce ss Seconddas Matter I aUCol1Ponlcalionslnlhe KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANS Weslt Owen Slreit Uta ei IILOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY APRIL I4I906J IN RIGHT DIRECTION An Associated Tress telegram bearing all the earmarks of authen ticity is authority for the statement that there is a plan on foot to establish in the United States a national association of Catholic young men on lines similar to the Young Mens Christian Association It is said that the plan pal the indorsement of Cardinal GibbonsrArcbbishops Farley and Ryan and of leading Catholic laymen According to the telegram W Bourke Cockran and John D Crimmins of New York Justice McKennaRof the United States Supreme Court the Countess Leary and other wealthy Catho lics have offered material aid to the movement HThe present plan contemplates a million dollar trust At the close- of fund as a nucleus of thethe centenary celebration Baltimore Cathedral the plan will- be thoroughly discussed by the assembled hierarchy and it is probable that a national committee to superintend the movement will lbe formed IThe idea is by no means a new one but it has been many years in getting the attention of the people best able to further the movement The Young MensI Institutein the West and the Cad olic Young Mens Association in the East have been working along these lines for years and both organizations have done good work in their respective spheres o f BuVinany branches of these societies were handicapped for lack cof funds and because their effortsI failed to secure proper appreciation by ecclesiastical authorities It may take several years to get the new organization in working shape but when a start is made it will prove a boon tojjthe entire Catholic population ofIthe United States The Calenderthe official organ of the Paulist Fathers commenting on the movement says Not many years ago when the Knights of Columbus were organized there were those who said that such a society is impossible nevertheless it was established Again in 1893 whenI it was suggested that priests give missions to nonCatholics there were those who said that such aI plan was iJimpossible of execution I and at the very least imprudent and untimely yet the missions tc nonCatholics Aare succeeding Sit is with this work a Catholic Y M C A is notimpossible it nerds but the man to organize it The time is at hand the boys are waiting and they are suffering while they wait It will cost effort iit will cost worry moneyn But it will save boys it will build up characters it will preserve religion in no small measure fit will help to fill our country withI men of intellect and conscience N The hour is here The need Iis pressing LOUISVILLE ON A BOOM Louisville is enjoying one of the b greatest booms in her history Buildings are going up everywhere In the business district tall skyscrapers are rearing their skeletons I of steel manufacturers are enlarg log their plants and building newr ones tp 1modaetlui evesr increasing trade and merchants mechanics and laborers are build fug their respectivel homes in the city or adjacent thereto The boon h not spasmodic it has come ttc stay ItJBMBS that touiaville ktat taken ou a new aftdreal life andl lack pi enterprise t this city n if aI ireslind mand and WJarli f irii l nearer al tpi lra4 g Tltf QflJ serious labor trouble is that exist J fug between the printers and employers and that does not affectI the prosperity of the city materially The new office building of the L N Railroad Company at Ninth street and Broadway is wellI on its way to completion The Paul Jones building on Fourth street and extending from Greet to Jefferson is moving along rapidly despite the bad weather of the past month Work on the Lincoln Savings Bank at Fourth and Mar ket and the new Peter Lee Ather ton building at Fourth and Chest nut has been begun The new Mary Anderson Theater will begin at an early date and while little progress has been made on the free library the work is still going on In addition new churches are either in process of erection or contem plation and the magnificent new home of the Passionists is nearing completion With all the new enterprises going on there is work for everybody and an era of peace and plenty seems in store for Lou isville I THE VESUVIUS HORROR The continued activity of Mount Vesuvius is adding new horrors to the situation in Naples and its vicinity Whole towns have been covered up churches have been destroyed and more than 1000 lives have been lost during the past two weeks Thejproperty loss has been estimated at not less than 20000 000 and 50000 families have been rendered homeless King and Queen priest and prelate soldier and Cardinal have done all in their power to relieve the distress occas ioned Thus far America has not been called upon to aid these plaguestricken people If the call is made there can be no doubt that the response will be prompt generous and general THE STAGE IRISHMAN Hibernians of Providence pro tested against a species of the stage Irishman last week and caused the objectiopable sketch to be withdrawn Local Hibernians might help elevate the stage and also aid in eradicating the base caricatures of their race by resenting their presentation Idle threats count for naught The tenderest spot about the theatrical manager is his pocketbook Touch him there and he winces If the Hibernians will make it a rule to avoid playhouses where the Irish are caricatured the practice will soon be abandoned In the death of Warren E Mosher founder of the Catholic Summer School at Cliff Haven N Y and founder of the Catholic Reading Circle the Church in America has sustained a great loss Some day his efforts may be even better appreciated than they are nowThe attendance at the Lenten devotions this year has been very large end be it said to their credit the men appeared to vie with the women iin thdr regularity at the various services All the pastors ought to feel edified at the spirit ual awakening of their flecks The Louisville Herald paid a splendid tribute tp the wprth of tje late Mayor Patrick Collins of Boa ton in its ThursQatedtUpl1 I DETECTIVE SlXTONRIB Detective John BiV sexton U sjRendiHg two weeks at Kot Spring Ark where ke went to attend the convention of Police Chiefs ofMi ttyt d States and Canada DttdBg the recent UlneM of Capt Thomas Maker Detective Sexton wat the head of1 tke bureau He jis thorough sad r1t il btu work awtkhi friends hwe withI idm am fffryahfe ttjf r r- U tSQ1jiae 8 d ii1 IIJSjjf McMaU brdtW HelBert McMullen at Daytonsl Mrs William Murphy who has been seriously ill at her home fn Parkland IU much improved Mrs MarMCDeviltriscobfiited to her home I122T3fgblhi trefet i ibyja painful rheuriaiSkwattack of The friends of Barney Coll of Jefler sonyille are f lad to see him out again after a monthsseriousillness Michael J Walsh the contracting painter is confined to his home on Old ham street by severe attack of the grip Sylvester Replerthe leading banker of New Haven visited his daughter Iin this city during the early part of the week r Miss Mamie Lee who has been attend lag school at Bardstown came home tto spend the Easter holidays with her parents Owen Nugent of Bowling Green i is spending a week in this city the guest cof Frank W Smith and of James and Peter Curran Mrs Edward D OConnor wife of the Magistrate has gone to Pensacola Fla toapenda month in hopes of regaining her health Miss Celia Henley a pupil at Mount Sion Academy is spending the holidays with her father Thomas Benley637 TwentySixth street Miss Mary Jordan of Portland who is at St Josephs Infirmary suffering from a broken arm Is much improved and will soon be able to be out Sergt Michael Sullivan has returned from Memphis where he spent his ten days furlough He was the guest of his cousin Louis Meyers Joseph Bernard Daut one of Nelson countys prominent business men spent the first part of this week in Louisville combining business with pleasure Joseph P McGinn who has been seri pusly ill at his home 515 West Chestnut street is somewhat improved and his friends expect to see him out in a few days Miss Rose Kelly who is attending school at Mount Sion Academy i is spending the Easter holidays with her mother Mrs Rose Kelly 611 Twenty sixth street Miss Genevieve Hackett who has been attending school at the Ursnline convent in Brown county Ohio arrived home Wednesday to celebrate the Easter holi days with her father James L Hackett Edward J OBrien the popular dispenser for Tom OMara at Seventeenth and Rowan streets is the proud father of twin boys ten and a half pounds each They arrived April 4 and are fine and healthy Mrs John M Stevenson of Chicago and formerly well known in Louisville amateur dramatic circles when she was Miss Kathleen Kerrigan is visiting her parents Mr and Mrs John Kerrigan iin New Albany- The many friends of Michael McNally will be glad to learn that he is rapidly improving from an attack of fever He- Is a brother of Edward J Martin and Jobn McNally all popular in Irish American circles Thomas Filburn who has been with the John C Lewis Company since last July has returned to his first love J Bacon Sons Tom has many friends all over the city who will follow him wherever he locates A number of Miss Mamie Keenans young lady friends have arranged a linen shower in her honor This pleasant event will take place at the home of Mrs George L Renneisen 2624 West Jailer son street on Monday afternoon William Tynan the popular agent of the Humane Society is confined to his home 1006 Rufer avenue with a sprained ankle While shooting a horse a few days ago to put it out of pain the animall fell upon him and caused the injury William E Pinckney of Blufftbu S C is the guest of James Keating at 1803 Portland avenue He expects to com bine business with pleasure and will take back several specimens of Kentucky horseflesh on his return to South Caro lina bliss Katherine Ryan of Central City and Dr Louis FUngg of Paducah will be united in matrimojiy at St Martins church Central City in May Miss Ryaa is the daughter of Mrs J Ryan asd is one of the belles of Western Ken tucky Casper Hammer one of the bestt known basineaai men Iin Louisville has been con tilled to his home for ten days anfferinjj from an attack of inflammatory rheuma tIm He is retting easy and expects Jo be able to be out greeting his friends within a few days JGeorge Middendwf who has been ill at his home 1417 Welt Market street daring the past two months is wuek Improved and his many printer friends Hope ththe will be oat seat week to prosecute kta candidacy for delegate to the IsUtriutioMl Typogrophical Union Mrs Mary M alloy a d grajidsoo Joka Mttlley Jr Wt Tw 4y for XawphliI where they will spend Batr vR k with lira Malloya daughter Sister Mary gnuat flit Petwta OrplHWHig Sister Mary Agnes was femerly Miss Maggie Maltey and entered the cenantaheut access yeses ago- I4Fi DC3yn www ttE c sc Jgl1 I tr 4 Dolan who was shot and killed while attempting to quell a disturbance hianI mif aplowijjsaloon two years ago fveiltnI JWuisfUlefath her Infantfaon last Satui aay8beifc hayspe4tralmootnyear vlsl lgre a ivel and friiitfds in County SIjX9I Ireland Both Mrs Dolan and the baby I J iShewaslcC9mpani OBrien who is also a brother of MichaelI OBrien a trusted employe of Dlersen nI Bros Mrs Mary E Mulcay has issued cards announcing the approaching wedding cof her daughter Miss Alice Marguerite to John Lawrence Watson The marriage will be solemnized at9 oclock on the morning of Wednesday April 25 at the Church of the Blessed Sacrament Wash ington and Buchanan streets NuptiatII mass will follow the marriage Miss Mulcay is the assistant manager cof Klrbya store Mr Watson is bookkeeper for Frank A Geher The yonng couple will be at home at 1002 Morton avenue after May 10 Mrs Mary Nugent of Bowling Green has announced the engagement of her daughter Miss Mary Catherine to John Frederick Keune The wedding will be solemnized at St Johns church Bowling Green at 8 oclock on the tnorniugof Tuesday April 24 the Rev Father Thomas Hayes officiating A nuptial mass will follow the marriage ceremony Miss Nngcut is a popular belle of Bowling Green and a leading member of St Josephs choir The prospective bridegroom is in business with his father John Keune in Bowling Green Both young people have many friends Iin Louisville The holy bonds of matrimony that will unite for life Miss Mamie Keenan and Joseph Farrell will be solemnized rat St Patricks church at 7 oclock on Wednesday morning The Very Rev Father Cronin V G will perform the ceremony and will also officiate at the nuptial mass which is to follow The ushers will be Thomas Keenan Jr a brother of the brideelect John Farrell a brother of the prospective bridegroom David Muloney and Daniel Lawler While no formal invitations have been sent out the cottracting parties desire their numerous friends to witness the wedding ceremony and also to visit the home of the brides parents 1229 West Market street where an all day reception will be held in honor of the bride and groom I ABOUT BELLS Mentioned In the Old Testament as Far Back as Exodus Just when bells were first made Is not recorded in history The Old Testament has frequent mention of bells The Book of Exodus gave probably the earliest mention of them in its allusion to the six golden bells which tinkled around the vestments of the evilical high priest Euripides and Aristophanes speak of bells and Plutarch refers to them in his life of Brutus and Virgil in his Georgia Various ancient examples have been found in excavations in the Far Eat There is no trustworthy evidence of the use of large bells before the dawn of Christianity The credit for the inven tion of them is given to Paulinus Bishop of Nola in Campania Paulinus lived about 400 A D It is claimed however by some antiquarians that the credit should go to Pope Sabianus who suc ceeded Saint Gregory in the papal chair in604The earliest bells were probably not cast but were made of metal plates riveted together One set which belonged to Saint Gall in 650 is still preserved in the town named for the saint in Switzerland and another set which tradition associated with Saint Paul iis shown at Belfast These are made of iron and are only about six inches high In ancient days when the art of bell casting was still in the hands of the ecclesiastics the furnace and castings were blessed Bells were first used in Prance in 550 in Greece in 864 and in the churches of Europe Iin 900 In Switzerland they first appeared in 1020 The first tunable set of bells known in England were first used in Croyland Abbey Lincolnshire in 900 Bobzeins Cubana Cigar 5c Best made I BAD LANGUAGE Catholics Above All Others Should Avoid Use of Profanity Our esteemed contemporary the Catholic Union and Times of Buffalo said editorally last week In a Catholic profanity is detectable The tongue that ouches the Holy Eucharist should never be as an adders fang forked with poison The ear which is filled with the happy promises of Christs word should not entertain a violation of Christs name The heart that Ie the very tabernacle of Gods graces should not laugh when tile devils are delighted The Kentucky Irish American wishes every one of its readers to impress these statements cm their minds Too often do we hear mea who cell themselves Catholics bat who are not real Catho lics profaning the name of God tke Father sad hb Divine Son Possibly a misdirected blow from a hammeri Causes a mashed finger or the error of an- rnployeis the occasion for am explosion off profanity that dams the soul of the nan that gives vent to It and aeaadal 1izes all about MM Profanity Iei the most nonsensical of all vices Intempiranee- rathf gluttony envy and sloth give the haRK at lfiat a HJodtetMH of pI aa MX while profanityI doer nothing but damnHh soul Aow the esan who can sttalknittwleeoath IkbMnq 1 PftrWt t licJ tipper- tepdeatJ QOIfCot Iar a1rtVIi u JI JI Jj j 0 W M Mi 8 a8 II MILITARY CARNIVAL 19 r i and WORLDS FAIR PIKE- At I I t3 II the New Armory April 30 tot May 12II BAND tCONCERTS AFTERNOON AND NlMT U liIII f li II SEE t Chauncey nn IaI I t iiil IRISHAMERICAN NIGHT MAY 8 ul INEW- WALL PAPER LATEST STYLES LARGEST STOCK LOWEST PRICES We have everything that will make pretty the parlor dining or sleeping room and kitchen Only experienced work men employed Call and see our prices and you will save money Home Phone 2735 Wm P Sheridan 811 W MARKET ST OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9T012 DONT YOU WANTG- ood Dental work dons for the least monsy Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR H J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJno C Lewis Co PRINCESS SKATING RINK Only ground flodr rink In city Old Armory Seventh near Chestnut Afternoon 2 to 5 NlghtA 700 to 1080 Saturdays extra 10 a m AFTERNOON 10 CTS NIGHTS 15 CTS SKATING 15 CTS PHOENIX HILL PARK Open For the Season NOW IS THE TIME TO SECURE DATES FOR Picnics Socials Outings greatlyImprovedwith new equipments throughout Par ties or societies should consult the manager of Phoenix Hill Park before closing lontracts lecturing plants in the three Falls cities has posted in conspicuous places notices to the effect that cursing and the use of profane or obscene language will be deemed sufficient cause for dismissal Best of all be sets the example for his men by never using an oath Bobzeins Cubana Cigar 5c Best made EXHIBITORS Or Pure Food Will Display Wares flu Horse Show Building The Louisville Pure Food Show and Industrial Exposition will open at the Horse Show building Fifth street be tween Main and the river on Monday afternoon and evening and continue until April 28 Seventyfive leading manufacturers of food products will display their wares It is estimated that at least 150000 worth of foodstuffs will be shown and that ramples to the value of 35000 will be given away daring the two weeks that the Pure Food Show is in progress Straubp Ladles Orchestra of New York will furnish the music doming the afternoon and tevening Admission will be twentyfive cents but grocers have been supplied with tickets for their patrons One of these tickets and ten cent will be good for admissioni during the afternopu and at night one of these tickets and fifteen cents will admit any one Bobxeiaa Cubana Cigar 6c Bet made CrXPT jSVvCPPS BETTER Capt James P Jacobs of the Sixth police district who has beet seriously afflicted for several weeks 1in teach reproved sad his friends hope he will soda be out He WM engaged in Iwauti tying the yard surrounding the Sixth dbrtriet station horse when he Eel contact with poisoned oak Thee ke eca at eeld derjetipelH developed C r4JFat Glbbopr hill 4d4rM the IrtATBatioMlArWtratiwi eommitteiVheii t iiWWi at Mokoik Lake aext moatfe U eJ jj ttHATS THAT HAVE STYLE KRYL Troupe When Spring style Specials equal for style wearing qualities shapes in TRY ONE- FOR j 2001i GATHOFS4 EIGHTH AND MARKET AI t II I tI It It I I I tlI I H The above is a photograph of a section of a building showing con dition of the when Sackett Plaster Boards were torn down by firemen after the fire Manufactured for KENTUCKY WALL PLASTER CO INCORPORATED Phone 2267 River Louisville Ky Also operating Wall Plaster Jeffersonville Ind 555 +1 H I 1 I 1 I I I 1 1 I I I H I I I 1 I 1 lrI +t iTTaTnT I 1 I +1 11 I I I I 1 I I I J I I I I 11 I THE NORTON COFFEE GO T IMPORTERS BLENDERS ROASTERS OFN HIGH GRADE COFFEES iffIMPORTERS OF FINE f Mills 347 Main +H Ii U 11 I II J I J I JIIIlrI 1 HI II n I loJ 11 I I I JIll r 11 I Jo FONTAINEFERRJARK A high erase family resort catering especially to women and children Season of 1906 Opens Sunday April 15 Attraction Extraordinary AND HIS BAND Scores of new arid novel devices for the entertainment of the public Scenic Railway Mammoth Carousal Circle Swing Miniature Chllcoot Pass Stills Bdlsoula Palace of Mirth Hates Palace Car Tours Shooting Gallery and Numerous Other Devices Unexcelled Dining Room Service ADMISSION TEN CENTS Children Acceasaikd by Parents Free HOPKINSHIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY Opining Weak Itflnnlni Sunday April 15 The Great OrphrQm Road Show Playing a rgtqrnecgagement- Ye Colonial Septette ia An Tyme Slat loween Merians Dogs a canine story in panto mime Jules and Ella Garrison presenting An Andent Roman Wluona Winter the Alabama Rosebud Sister and Brothers Ford singers and dancers Campbell and Johtuon comedy aeror batta cyclists Orpkeum Mqtiqn with aew comedy film JUtra Attraction 8dwards DaTI fcCompa y I in s one act The Unmasking 7ifi7 C7 L1LSMonday Afternoon and Mftslag Bet Greet of PlayereT- harcday Friday sad Saturday Sveulngs and sawrelay alaNae GINQERMBAD MANN Y you buy your Hat buy one that has to it Thats the kind you get when you buy your hats 1 from us Gathofs have no andtWe show all and stiff business joists the Brook and Hoosier Phone AND TEAS Office Warerooms and W J Railway Pictures tragedy THE soft BUCKINGHAMMATINEE DAILY WEEK COMMINCINO SUNDAY APRIL 15 Q W RIFES Yankee Doodle Girls With Big Vaudsvlllt Cut See the Baker Troupe in the Death Defying Venture Looping the Gap J DORSE snow BUILDING Foot of Fifth Street Two Jolly WiiksApril 161928 a Every afternoon Every even- ingLouisville Pure Food Show AND INDUSTRIAL EXPOSITION 1 150000 Display 35000 Worth of Samples Given AwayN7GEXHIBjTORf75 Sfra bY 114IfQrhhtli tra of New yorfc W e mn u Ask your grocer tar tickets General Adnjitiipi 25 Grocbratickets l1dlO wilt admit any fee iu tkie afternoon CrMMal tickets and 16c will admit twy one te tke evenisg P r f N1clTL7CSY RISH AltJERIO l r WI1hA l n+ t A s INSURE YOUR LIFE NOW I fl IIN HE W 5 1 pthblic KnightsfrHtrt This is the safest and cheapest insurance society in the United States and has a special reserve fund of nearly 18000pp Every Cat 911cmano I vshould protect his wife art children by carrying a policy intbls old aid established life Insurance organization I2 i Vw 1CJFAn examination of its rates win convince you of its saperiorityf er S3 all others Remember that liie is uncertain and delays rdangerous I sure now while you can and protect your loved ones and applications or any de There are many branches in Louisville sired information will be furnished by officers and members or by thee t CENTRAL Cp3kIMlGDCr EEy l p rj NEWTON G ROGERS President of Ok4 4 SHARRY A VBENKMAN secretary sAtlUrJ mJLt t it tt 1a tJttt t t it t 44 GranWi Smiths Son AlL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for AH Oconloni on Short Notice JWr JEFFERSON STREETiv TELEPHONE 810 w HVonrf t Ii i r 1 Kr 1 111Of THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer r ptomPtli ttrndedtodaynrnighhCaJ rc r- Ancall I 11 Jifages itzrnlthed for airpccaslons 3 1- t1225t W MARKET ST tJ r 4IIE111II I I I I 11 I I I 1 I I I I I I I H I I 11 1 I 1 I 1 I 1 1 I 1 I I I 1 I 1 I III I J HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETT FUNERAL DIRECTOR AND EMBALMER 838 OKST 71 tIN STREET With the assistance of my sons I will continue the undertaking onsiness of my late husband under the same firm name at 838 East Main Street MRS JOHN J BARRETT t E g 4- ri sss I 1t+ U Both 2996 Carriages Furnished All Occasions All Call Answered Promptly Day Night 1231 W St 12th 13th t H STRAUBJBOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS purnuheda 1B31 MARKET STREETSbort Notice J I I I I I 1 I I I I I I I 1 I 1 1 I I 1 1 H 11 1 t I J I 1 I I 11 I I DRJTVeterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL SHOEING Hones Called For and Delivered BalbPhenes OFFICE IN IRIAARY AND SHOEING w f9ADWY + H t i t eixlliFIlfEi ALKOliE3-ti 345 vest ar llJliitrt ttLI A13s t t Iilt jr t t I v MANHATTAN RESTAURANTA- ND LUNCH COUNTER OPEN AND NWHT 504 Jefferson Strttt OTTO Preprletar psPhea471d Carliu3e 3 a1GS CANS L VALS I SALQON1R i a 4pj Pig frees 1- 1J MW1MUfc 1i1 c 0 A i DANIEL J DOUGHERTY Funeral Director and Embalmer Phones or Market Bet and FUNERAL Carrlaau W CHA WKS HORSE fORBEID071009 I DAY VENT Give your boys an edacatlon that will preps them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by t1XrrerUn Brother Cltwlca Scientific mod Buslpets Couries Prepcntorr Dc p rtejent targe Swimming Pool cliXqulppe Gymnatiura Term Moderate Bro JtmefDii KATIE AGNES SMITH X dcpedentof ill Undertaken LADY EM13ALMER Wnshing aad dressing ladies and chi dren a specialty Elegant shrouds ma- dtkoFFat re oaabl epricatiA11clla- nswered promptly day or nightI Pflpi phone 1677 04fica24tN4Paytlptk T 1 o J OkIOFr ua c yIorcund said to be a tinier W trade ahdiStd a ree- of e4t1 ar Lou e or L I sp Xe t yr abOut theNr 1 aIs tile lrt1dleoi wsi a sister ofal4 btrk tiW j et opthen to rIIHI irisa r x o 1 y I I GIVplJcJ Vhl1R IJDJED I y J IIj a I it 1 I Jt 2 Iarif Kentucky Irish American OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET M P M agsa ftsg i m HIBERNIANS What They Have Ben Doing the Past Week Qenerir 7 X News Notes fX r e A new division has been organized at Bridesbnrg near Philadelphia It startst out with fctZ6nel charter members M Dont forget the initiation on Tuesday April 24 Capt Tom Riley is arranging for the entertainment of n crowd of sev era hundred Now that Lent is over there should be a large attendance of members at meet tugs as all divisions will have1 important questions to decide Next Friday nights meeting of Divis ion 2 will be more than usually interest ing President Ford requests the pres ence of every member Division 1 5 of Utica expects to have its new hall completed in time to entertain the delegates to the New York State con vention next September Division 3 meets Monday night when the Literary Committee will announce the programme for the social sessions to be held during the next few months The ladies will meet Wednesday nightt It is safe to say that all who attend will spend a most enjoyable evening a number of surprises having been prepared for the members- It is expected that 5000 Hibernians will parade at Saratoga during the nattonal convention week next July The archdiocese of New York will be well represented Division 4 of Duluth Minn has increased its membership 60 per cent during the past two years The members are discussing Irish history and the Gaelic movement at their meetings Jeffersonville Hibernians expect many from this cityjto attend their ball Mon day night John Murphy Barney Coil Mike Kiuney Martin Fogarty Peter Madden and others will assist in making it pleasant for visitors The entire battalion of Hibernian Knights of Providence RI celebrated the sixth anniversary of the founding of the order in that State with an evening devoted to Irish music and literature About 1500 persons attended the exer cises Division 2 of Utica will give its last entertainment of the season on May 7 The Rev Father D J Moore the newly appointed State Chaplain will deliver the address and the third and fourth degrees will be conferred on a large class This division has a degree team of twentyeight exclusive of the aids Division 0 of St Paul entertained Division 4 of Minneapolis with an oyster supper at a recent meeting The enter tainment was the result oi a membership theHrwiuoysters were served iin abundance Besides there were addresses vocal and instru mental music andlboxing Members of the order in Providence caused a caricature sketch entitled Mrs Murphy to be withdrawn from the stage in that city last week The protest was made by the Rev Father J C Walsh on behalf of the Hibernians After hearing what the priest bad to say the manage meet withdrew the objectioable imper sonation If the order keeps up its good work the stage Irishman everywhere will have to go- Bobzelae Cubans Cigar 6c Best made ACTION DEFERRED Division 4 A 0 H met Wednesday evening hot owing to the fact that iIt was Holy Week the attendance was very small In the absence of President Murphy and Vice President Lenihan Tom Lynch presided Several important mat ten were presented but action was deferred until the next meeting when e full atttsdance of the members 1is expectedTRINITY COUNCIL BUSY Trinity Council Y M I laW a ltrictlg burins meeting OR llraday atclJOnI1 matters of routine wee diWtc CMd Will Gut adJpKV011 warn- reperteae still en the siclrllNt The cow banquetrtbeirladyPLEASJfW PLAY The pupil ettendingtbe eebtiploitthe Sisters of Providence la Jeffersokvlllp- will pjMent the drama St isiiiabeth of ThunilgaatI Spietaa thwitar oft Wednesday eveclug Henry W Xew aiaittZ1heyraga II n t r t t r 1 j rtir a v a h k GOOD WORK I PrintiJ1g FAIR PRICESI Confirmation e Sr f r fiOutfitForu 0 vrF JJII Ie TheBoysAtt 1 LEVYSTHIRD AND MARKET Suits Furnishings Shoes and Hats DETER M AMDR1OT 8SONSN WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rnbter Tires 265 and 207 WEST OREEN ST C B THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W JtflmonSI Both Telephone 1050 All orders receive prompt attention a1satisfaction guaranteed KNIGHTS OP COLUMBUS Late News That WlIf Interes Members Here and Else where Memphis Council will initiatea clasa ot fifty during May Buffalo Council conferred the thin degree on a clan of seventyfive at it last meeting Erie Council of Pennsylvania held iI memorial meeting for deceased member on Palm Sunday Rhode Island Knights will bold theii State conTetitfon at Pawtucket on th second Tuesday In May At Stenbeoville Ohlutle XlIlg1tt wil place three artistic stained glow wisdow In the new St Peters charcb Pittaborg Kaights are raking a 1Q00 memorial for the new Cathedral It wil be a compliment to Bishop Canevin th Static Cbapiala A new couucifwas brganiud at War ren L Tleat ganday The first ass seeped degrees were conferred ox- clcaeot I tairtyaVe Marquette Coasicil 9 Woonsocket11- I has voted to unite with Wocmsockt Council TIM fermK has hffttytkrK pun Mft geo4Maialing aU tNtpry i e11Illed BbbwsiBi Guyana Cigar KG Beat dad i Hour TatophQnwi j tW lv wT1sf Allen Horai = th- llnOUadm n D llvrIlea Crtmm qulQte i IRELAND f r F Record of the Most Important of ftr+ xyK w L the Recent Events Culled UJIroU ExchangesI the death is announced of Very Rev Richard Marner of Kilkeel County Down The New Ross Agricultural Society will bold their annual show the second week in July The Carlow agricultural show has been changed to August 7 in order not to con flirt with the Clonmel show D D Sheehan MPbas been elected Chairman of the Mallow Land and Labor Association for the coming year At the last meeting of the Derry Cham ber of Commerce a resolution was passed in favor of the establishment of a flax marketThe recent feis held at Foxford County Mayo was very successful The judges 1 spoke highly of the answering in the literary competitions While unloading timber at the Atlantic sawmills at Galway Redmond Sullivan was so severely injured ba log falling on him that he died the next day Cornelius Hayes aged eightysix a caretaker of an evicted farm near Midle ton was found dead in the residence oh the farm sitting on a chair beside the fireThe Lord Chief Baron in opening the Belfast assizes congratulated the city on its immunity from crime notwithstand ing the fact that there had been three contested elections in the city since the last assizes At the Galway assizes Michael Green M Healy Patrick Ryan and John FaUonl pleaded not guilty to a charge of having fired shots at Francis Shawe Taylor with intent to murder him Ryan and Green were acquitted by direction of Justice Wright and the jury also acquitted the other prisoners- A distinct want has been supplied by the construction of the new line between Ballyroney and Newcastle By it a wide tract of the County Down is opened up which before could only be reached by a long circuitous route at a considerable cost of time and money From Dublin it will now be possible to reach Newcastle in less than three and onehalf hours and the journey to various points in East and South Down will be proportionately shortenedA eks ago the police of Breaffy In the Sligo district observed two boats coming from Injsbmurry island Reach Ing Breaffy a number of kegs were let From the boats into the water When the boats bad moved away the police who bad been in hiding waded icto the water and recovered seventeen kegs containing over fifty gallons of illicit whisky evi dently intended for sale in the Magherow district qne of the poorest on the west ern seaboard The kegs contained stones for the purpose of sinking them Rev H Kerrius for the past twelve years in charge of the parish of Killorg Jhlo has been transferred to the parish of Prior and has left for his new charge During his sacred mission in Killorglin Father Kerrins endeared himself to all witbwhqmhe came in contact especially the poor While glad of his well mer ited promotion all are sorry for losing his services Zealous and prompt in the dis charge of his every duty he was kind and sympathetic to the erring while as a preacher he had few if any equals in the dioceseIrishmenmaybe interested in the recent success of Irish tobacco culture which has justbeen announced To the infor mation already in the possession of the public as to the hopeful character of the experiment the yield of the last crop may be mentioned with interest In Coll Eyerards farm at Rsndalstown the thir teen and a half acres produced about 15 pounds while the smaller tobacco J plot planted by Capt Tasfe at Glenkie ran produced 3000 pounds of leaf This iis a yield of about half a ton of leaf per acre This yield is entirely satisfactory while the quality of the leaf is reported to be excellent Both quality and yield are considered in expert circles most 1 hopeful for toe sueeess of the experi meat Jotweins Cubans Cigar 5c Beet made KNIQHTS ARE BUSY Tke Catholic X ihts of America iIs PreviaeMe R 11 are tip cad kusUSsg Snitch M9 has initiated tweHtyoae sew members within the pest twp iwmttoi aacHNttJ the same city laMttedl three trim N at its last m H will gplteiui i WIHr fo Newport Jim I FRfWKHflRJ REWlN GO 3 rl 0INOORPORATEDJ 1 t i t Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY DRINT c r ofbrau Pilsener Beer l BREWED BY f SENNSc ACKERMAII BREING COMPMTXINO- ORYORATDD j ELEPHONE 482 LOTIeVILLa x PABST BEE ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged TELRPHON 1ti89 ouisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson fete 4 umb Phone Plain 1913TH Home Phone 1s IEDEMANBREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers old at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky ASIA FOR DIERSENSJ FIN DARK BEETelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE JOHN X3S FRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone aopa LOUISVILLE KY JOHN F OERTBLBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CREAM COMMON BEER 14001404 Story Avenue telephone 891 LOUISVILLE KY HENRY MOLD DEAIBR IN- FancyStaple andd Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Pncme 4338540 W WALN- UTLUIIISYILLE DENTAL PARLORS 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 m to Ip m LOUISVILLE DENTAL PARLOUS I S44 4th Aye Ill Avenue Theatre Building s MDOrtdnt 611d1108 imSVILLE REHEMOR t ST LOWS BY EoeOn end after April 1 X08 all trafiw of thje pwswaMffUlaniTC at and depart IloTk Street Station Teith ddway Inateado frldeieilUSttet it formerly Union Depottj Louie 4lKTI I t J IRWIN kP A JIrIt besYj i t rla i cL s All the new spring styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices HENRY AAIJIJ PULS DYER AND CLEANER r Ladles and Gents Wearing Appanl WORK GUARANTEED Phone 3033 528 Fifth Street Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCUINGEI LOUIS WABNITZ CO 1 Propriftirs 339 FIFTH STREETS ERR1iNNBi S xurotx r hall WINES AK6 LIQUO i- DirtUlms and Whet niefen is Ififtatt Hennas of Kentucky I WUaklM especially r i L OPi oTTL NELSO D D1X l i f- tJ l4iI e VC Y b + tl t L A pi T 1 1Ir I 7 m CNTOCKY IRIIL RD 07 I 1 H t t THE BIG STORE YHasEaster is to have one of The Big Store Suitsiit I 5 750 10 12 15 2025 I 1 BOYS CONFIRMATION SUITS I 150 2250 350 5 and 6 I iii ITHE BIG STORE 424 to 434 West I Market St between IIFourlh and Filth pIILTON M M A R B LESTO NIE a CO r 1 11 1111 H 11111 H 1+1I11 H11 III 1 1 1 1 1 HI FLOWERSFO HEASTER Our ANNUAL DISPLAY and Sale begins April II and continues througliout week You are invited to inspect outstock whether you intend to purchase or not tat JprC 1 11 OTB if sbH U K LZ3 ts odRTB AVENUE rL1 1 1 1 1 11 1 1 III141 1 1 1 4H11 1 +1tI1 1 I I1 1 1 1 1 J 1 1 11 1 1 11111 1 t 1 ttuJ 1 1 + Y rjr t sp XIJ IIiT OAR w JJms BESTSTOCKS ROOM SIZE RUGSI ENORMOUS LINE j- Our Buying capacities unable us to secure great advantages You share these Iadvantages by buying from us s liUBBUCH BROS II VISIT OUR WALL PAPER DEPARTMENT I+ 1 t t i aaa rue Gftas ft ROUGH BOOR GO IPRAYER 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 MADRELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 3 w Jefferson Street I THE CECILIAPIANO PLAYER Is really what you should have if you own a Piano and no one to play y iti With its aid you can any time you wish entertain any number Callandatowsa jbf J people and to do this you need not khowa note of music try the Cecilian yours- elfPRICE 25000c = PAyments if desired Music on the basis of lOc per roll MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC COe- e 9Qr3Q FOURTH AYENU n 1 n IS 110111 +1 n I lIt n 1J 1 1 1 1 I I SPECIAL MONEYSAVERS IN COFFEES and TEAS Coffee Special 3 Jbs for SOcbest for the price you ever tasted treably roastedgyeryrday Send dellvened- to your kitchen with none of the strength or flavor lost by evaporation Ptione for triall packageJ i slack Green or Mixed Tea 45e per lb Rebate Tickets worth tic In trade free witty er5rydollaynthr r t f 1 1VITJLLO COFFEE JU = ROASTER sia132313r1r lo2ARKgr STREET ffIlppJ 1 illl InrnJlh ll11I1 I IIFlIIIIIII Ir 4 t NO TIME LIKE THE PRESENT NO PRESENTtt JEWELRYi j 1 GOQDC r i WG haye Jewelry aniqtlier presents for the whole family at 50 per centN less than other jewelers can Sell forr Jlpossibly iiIifs 1 SEE US P 1r If J1 il ija r N IIMarket I J f JEWELER 530 WEST MARKET 31 le i n t t Cl f i vVrvVsV v7VBVVVVv v- P HAQLOH M J CANNON H LWOLTRINi R B CANNON Preeldaptlt r Pjp b Gen I Mgr llaCfa kaarr Jtyuwrer 1 a iierFqii l r iu tl t J ii- GluediSewertaud Ci1vrt N- t eT LItMPipe for 1 arr 411a11 Ca Biala Tile Vit I JR ibrkY Pla it lnltPltse pe ri Ltahtg Fir Irick- GrMs a daollrUe Gre4Fir Cay CklbiaseypLaWAY YltritliedddwaIKekk 4rr i refits and M Ave tie and Voile xt T Al41 1r1 o 22 3a r Au A A AA- Y 0 Ti i Special Salk oIles Rosaries i IIPrayer Books Easter Stationery fj Li Catholic Prayer Books leather covers I in black red and white also a chojceline of celluloid backs These books contain all theprayers required to be reciteclpnl first communion day Prices from fI9c to I 225ix Episcopalian Books Common Prayer with hymnal attached come in red black andwhite leather Prices from 98c to I 225Bibles with black Morocco covers gilt edge pages good readable print Prices from75c to 350 f If t j- I t Nety xestaiiatentsyVlth or without Psalms covered in black andwhite our I prices range from 25c toSSCi I U RosariesIn pearl white garnet blue attractivelyi2 AND OPENS TOMORROW Fonfalnc Ferry Park Will Bc in Its Scason Early Fontaine Ferry Park will throw open its gates for the season of 1000 tomorrow afternoon The park has been thoro oughly arranged for the openingand a season of great popularity is ahead The management has arranged many new and interesting features with a view tto pleasing ladies and children A skating rink 22080 feet is the latest adjunct Ito the park Besides these Hates palace car tours will prove of interest to all The scenic railway circle swing and ai U the attractions of last year have been much improved Kryla band of forty trained musicians will be the opening attraction and will give two performances each day- Throughout the grounds improvements have been made and hundreds of new lights have beed swung Both day and night the park will present an inviting appearance and everything possible will be done to conduct it along clean and wholesome lines which made it such ian inviting resort last season BUSY PLACE Churchill Downs Has Bee Very Lively During the Week Churchill Downs was one of the busiest places in Louisville this week Trainers and horses came in on every train and Secretary Davis had a busy week in assigning the equine thoroughbreds to stables From now until Derby lay Churchill Downs will be the Mecc of the lover of fast horses Men who are lothful at all other periods of the year will rise betimes to visit the beautifulI home of the Louisville Jockey Club tiIn- an endeavor to gain inside information jQ the fleetfooted horses It is the concensus of opinion that the pring meeting of the Louisville Jocke Clubwill be the most successful ever beld since so many equine wonders ar icing sent here from other tracks Bobzeins Cubans Cigar 6c Best mad FRANK TIQHE VERY ILL The numerous friends offrank ili1 will be pained to learn that be is stillI very ill at his home 1321 West Broad way Mr Tighe has been ill during the past seven weeks and his condition while not alarming is not at aUI nproved For many years prior to hi illness be was a locomotive fireman ii- IC i employ of the L Si N railroad and eight months ago was promoted to tlie lositioh of engineer He is a son 6 r James Tighe a veteran engineer of tbr sme company and a brother of Misse May and Loretta TO DANCE The L N engineers who compos ilvisll 161i78of the Brotherhood of Loco 1I1QUve Engineers and their Ladies Aux mar Kentucky Division 239 will give their fourth annual dance at Masonic eemple Wednesday evening April 25 E XV Marriott is Chairman of the cpm itttee of arrangements for the engineers wbUe the ladles are represented by Me dames James Tighe K XV Frazier and barley XV Hoffman FIREMEN HURT liL I CapU Mkhtel J cnGfUse Ne 3 truck cempaayr sprained hie ankle while ding doffnthe pwl inaaswr toa fire alarm on Monday night While working the same fire Stoker John Gambrall of- the No 15 eBglBe1 compmny sustained painfut inlrrlwtt4 i1s right Fpo C K e AThe evil in met mutual l BBrmhc 6oBJpa l ifltbat th ytte not lea tJteIrmcmbeN equally The Cathtf JloxpJX1atl of Aweric have aq eqpit- lea tcale oif t ratNfor atlage which ulranteM the pa meJ1t of everyBlrefit trtiflgate tat puchyinge la the maitht- stiefterjolttetioo V r W tetoPreiideut Pelix Oeudtu New lefcwVt iOritcfs Unr Autlwrg lIIatre MeroiodJaccard Building it1- cHIit Mo n- W French Cheviot Box PaperIn white andgray box consists of 25 envelopes and one tablet Specia price at this sale perbpxr29c 1 Box Paper We 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 envelopes to match very neat styles Price per tablet I5c t m Ester Stattone Boxof beautiful- p f linen paperwhites Ivi1henvelopeS to match this is our Easter Iofsug eStveEstetgreetingjtWill be npIpreciated price 35c if f fI 0 I MARKET STREET BETVTHIRD FOURTH oe 000000 oX000000 Tighe- ENOINEERS SOCIETY DIRECTORY A 0 H DIVISION 1 Meets ontte Second and Foiuth Tusiiffday Evenings of Each Month I C PresidentJohn M MulloyS V 1 Vice PresidentThomas D Clines Recording SecretaryThomas Kei JrFinancial SecretaryPeter J Cusic 1911 Bank stree- tTreasurerThomas Walsh SergeantatArmsEdward Craddic DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Vice PresidentWilliam T Meehan TreasurerOwen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T Lynn Financial SecretaryJohn T Keane DIVISION 3 Meets on the First and Third Monday evenings of Each Month PresidentPatrick J Welsh Vice PresidentJohn Hennessy Recording SecretaryDennis J Colt manITreasurer George J Butler SergeantatArms Thomas Noon SentinelMartin Sheehan DIVISION 4 Meets onthe Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Month President John Ai Murphy Vice PresidentJoseph L Lenihan Recording Secretary Frank P Burk Financial SecretaryEmmet OSull van 1520 Seventh street- TreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergeantatArmsRobert Mitchell Sentinel XVilliam Anibro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentMichael Kenney President Robert Gleason TreasurirLoulsCohstantineRecording d Murphy 1 Jr Financial SecretaryJohn Kinney SerKeaatatarmsJobn E Murphy Doorkeeper Eugene Constantine KinneyMastealJohh Y M Y eIMACKIN COUNCIL 205 M etSitek1ay Evenings at ClubHbuse r530Twenty8ijrth Street resident Chnrles S Rainy First Viie PresidentLouis J Kieffer Second Vice President D Oliver Patton Recording SecretaryJohn Ij Boland Corresponding Secretary Frank Lana han FiHapcJaf Seretai1FraB GV beams 2141 Rowan itreet i i STreasnrerDaniel Weber MarshalJanes L Mullarkey tlInside Sentinel =Charles Oswald OutsJdt SeDtiaelrrLouU K1esdJa it1Bobzeina Cubans Cigar 5c Best made AMUSEMENTS Rifes Yankee Doodle Girls will bold the boards at the Buckingham Theaterr text week Between the burlesques s vaudeville turn exceptional merit will be presented and the Baker troupe will resent a thrilling venture looping the- gapi Ben Greet and fits company win present The Merchant of Venice at tfacauieys Theater Monday afternoon aind Macbethat night During the latter half of the week The Gingerbread Mauwltll MaY novelties froffl nursery hyrnes will btf roducedr d The Princess Skating Rink continues 9 enjoy great gandfornextJI ecktherriaapeg 4aaannonnce4 new- atnres Pfizes Ibe awarded each Ight for the most attractive costumes wbile on Saturday night a special prize lU W awarded the ugliest man Alittlag close to the iat Sep JdneWlteeteirwtuibe giver bythe Geeatt- Orpbelllu Show which is booked for a Isrby long odds tr moatlajh2t offimsg of the MealieMsReaadtkrideipectsl ttsat elridLewseJWnlwkrw tHr u oriist 1 let er ughoabttytt melcft1W7 QtIBI Q i I Ii SOCIAL FUNCTIONS Post Lenten Festivities Arc Planned by Many Dif ferent Bodies The postLenten social gatherings wilt begin immediately after Easter and the faithful followers of the church who have refrained from euchres theaters and dances during the past six weeks will again meet to engage in legitimate pleasures All know that refraining from these pleasures only gives add tional zest when they are renewed Mackins social club will give one tof its select dances on Easter Monday nigh and a large crowd of merrymakers iis expected The dancing hall has been repainted and renovated so that it wn be more attractive than ever The Jeffersonville division of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will also make merry on Easter Monday night The members have arranged to give ia euchre and dance at Spieths Hall on that evening They invite their friends from Louisville and New Albany to attend and help make the occasion a pleasant one INDOOR CIRCUS Latest Attraction Secured for the Big Military Car nival Everything is progressing favorably iIn the arrangements that are being mad for the big military carnival that is to be held at the armory from April 30 to May 12 inclusive Among the latest attrac lions secured is Hecks Indoor circus This aggregation is said to be one of tbe greatest in the United States and is corn posed of a variety of carnival shows Many of the turns are fresh from the great hippodrome in New York Besides the circus there will be a multiplicity of other attractions that are calculated to draw large crowds to the armory and thus aid in securing funds for the proper equipment of Kentucky First Regiment Col James P Gregory Chairman of the Executive Committees enthused over the prospects and he declares that Louisville will have th greatest military carnival ever held it the country Bobzeins Cubana Cigar 5c Best made VISIT WILLIAM P SHERIDAN Attention is called to the advertisement of William P Sheridan the dealer in wall paper in another column of this issue Persons contemplating repaper tng their homes should visit his estab ishment at 811 West Market street before making their contracts He is prepared t furnish the latest styles in walt paper at the lowest prices and employs none but experienced work men PHOENIX HILL PARK Phoenix Hill Park always a popular lace of amusement is now open for sgagements for picnics outings and I Hchrea during the summer season Man gar Theodore L Zabel is prepared tp take contracts for the spring and sum sermontbs Societies contemplating sates would do well to wait upon him efere the good dates ore engaged INHERITS FORTUNE i i i IAT- homss OConnor one of the mott rcwirient Deaaocfdts ia Evansville Has Ite notified that he has fallen heirtoafd tate of 500000 ia Ireland The prep tydeecea to him from his kiawaae the late Dr Hourae Mr OConher wtn- go lo Ireland in the aear future to claim hislinheritance I3e owns one of tki bi eat farms jp Ppsey county Jrid1 j FIRST C0144 U tJ HN JD TFITS L Tbj Charles AlVpgers BookCompaati epleuf1 f i e jcap lfirs sad other articleJthat go- makepcou6rmattpat and first cope uiiMipitiU xyqaadgirle Their neof goods can sot be ehiped by e 7- eatablitbllHlltia the city U C n II f i n+ nf + H t i1 qtt I Hl jvu t tt At i1t t QREAT3ALEor IRON BEDSAT GREENES Being ttte Largest Handlers of Ar1 j Iron Beds in Louisville We show the best variety and most j Ii handsome designs at the low ur 1 est prices ranging FtomY 250 to 2S JAMES GREENE425 427 429 EAST MARKET STREET + + t t t t + t t j t CONFIRMATION e Shoes and Slippers I For Boys and Girls i 1 to 3 1I Everything that s appropriate in the very best goods folks infl and well please them and you toyoung Ji j BOSTON SHOE 60 I I 3K Sx s 8xS I OJLVIvO r THE OlfcOTOTD And you KlvlngYOUR UNITED LAUNDRY CO IncorporatedII IAvenUB GOODS CALLED FOR AND j11S8493732jr I ST DELIVEREDII IElG 1I a w t SURE TO CALL FORjjtjBE q McKENNA qi111JPTVIIISKYi I 4 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