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Digital page images are linked to the text file. f h I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN J VOLUME XVIIJNO 6 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 91907 PRICE FIVE GENTS KENTUCKY Adds Solemn Protest the Course of the French- Government Best Citizens in Mass Meeting Express Sympathy For Plus X Abhor thoBrutal Inhuman and Cowardly Persecution of Religion HIBERNIAN HALL WAS THRONGED Through ithe Andient Order of Hi bernians the Knights of Columbus and Young Mens Institute the people of Kentucky have ndde their solemn protest to that of the ret of the Christian world against the unholy war that Franco Is making against the Catholic church and religion und also pledged their loyalty to Pope lZits X the Vicar of Christ on earth to the end The maps meeting called by State President George Butler and the County Board for Monday night pack ed Hibernian Hall many members retiring to the outside to make room for others Promptly at Soclock the meeting was called to order with AUIrrmnn Butler as Chairman and Deputy City Assessor Joe Lenlhan noting as Secretary upon tnldng the chair Alderman Butler in on eloquent and forceful speech stated time purpose of the meeting The Irish peo ple of all time he dcclaired have ever been true to the authority of the Roman Pontiff the head of the church mid therefore the Ancient Order of Hibernians representing the Irish Catholics of the State should take advantage of this oppor tunity to express their sympathy for the persecuted Catholics of France and loyalty to His Holiness Pope Pius X and assure him of their fidelity and support In his determination to protest the Catholic church in France in the present crisis Jose1 Iiemhan James Coleman Joseph M Ginn and Thomas Keenan also spokt nndiav to sentiments tIi ri a utterance r atptb grtfmw nmPpoTnteu out the difference ix fisting in our glorious republic and France The special committee ap pointed at the County Board meeting composed of Messrs Joseph L Leni + lien Thomas D Clines D J Coleman and George J Butler then offered the following resolutions which were adopted without a dissenting voteWhereas The present French Gov ernment apparently instigated against the church by the powers of darkness Is pursuing a most in famous course of conduct in their mad endeavor to dechristianize France to destroy all religion and to drive Christ out of all the Insti tutions of Franco and out of the lives of the French people and Whereas In their villainous deter mination to execute this diabolical programme they are driving defense less men and women into the streets confiscating their property and re sorting to every form of tyranny and oppression against the Catholics of France generally and Whereas Priests are fined and im prisoned for celebrating mass sol diers break open seminaries and con vents and forcibly evict the inmates the property of the Catholic church is confiscated the French Government are endeavoring to spread an impression that their aim is to separate the Church and State such as we enjoy in this country but the facts arc all to the controryj and the civi byfalsepersecutionincution which the Catholic church suf fered in Ireland under Queen Eliza bgth and Cromwell when the order sent forth was You may be a Catho lie but you must first deny the Pope therefore be HI Resolved by the Hiberniaiis of Jet ferson county Kentucky In mesa meeting assembled that we denounce the action of the French Government ns brutal inhuman and cowardly in the extreme and calculated to excite the abhorrence and approprium of all lovers of liberty equality and justice the world over We further denounce their present methods and policies as subvert all so vial law and orderJn Prance by des o troying the religion of its people by denying them their inherent rights and by violating the most solem ob ligations compadts and contracts to which they were bound by law and treaty and which It was their abso lute duty under all conditions to uphold inviolate with the Catholics of Prance Resolved That we hereby tender our hearty indorsement to the hier archy and priesthood of Franco for their determined and noble stand against the encroachments of tyran ny for their fearlessness against oppression spoliation and plunder and for the magnanimous and faithful support they are rendering the Holy Father in this deplorable crisis in the affairs of Frauce Resolved That a copy of these res ohrtions be spread upon our records that a copy be mailed to the Papal delegate at Washington a copy to the National Secretary of the An- cIent Order of Hibernians and copies furnished the press for publication Action similar to the above was ulso taken at largely attended mec- lingsof the Knights pff Columbus and Jrlsckln Council and the question will G Ln rm regular Federation next Thursday night FAMILY AND FRIENDS- t Bow To Will of God In Death of Mrs John D Reardon Time old proverb Uri the midst of life we are dn death was never more fully exemplified than in the death of Mrs John D Roardon Wednesday night Only ithiirty years of age with Inn affectionate husband one littip son and a baby girl born rot Christ mas she laid everything that was dear in life to live for but God In His infinite justice and wisdom saw fit to call her to Hijn and we poor judgmentIshall be done Mrs Reardon has been at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital for the past several weeks und where an operation had been performed on her with time trope of waving her life Mrs Reardon was the daughter of Mrs Mary and the late Michael Grogan and besides her husband andchild ron leaves her mother three broth ens and two riisters The funoral took place front St Louis IJertrandn church this morning at 9 oclock and Hhe interment was In St Louis came tery May her soul rest in peace ABERDEEN Proud of Position and Rela tions With People of Ireland The Lord Lieutenant of Ireland Lord Aberdeen and Lady Aberdeen are home in Dublin again from their Oontlinental trip They had a inost cordial audience ulth Pius X The Pooitiiflf received Lord Aberdeen as I an Irish official and reiterated his love for the Irish people than whom there are no better Christians in the world he said He blessed the endeavors of Lord and Lady Ab erdeen for the revival of Irish indusI tries On her ladyships repTreesento tion of tine beautiful and distinctive works in lace and embroidery done in fibs Irish convents he bade her Itell the sisters and teachers he blessed them and their work very Ipecially as well because it was wor trunIy industry tin because tvashome Industry and tending tto cpna YnterititbwtVliarnlmutaLllerfyT +teT Valmr lowed and the busiest State Score tart In Ithe world today asked How is old Ireland and how does she ItllC stand Queen Margherita received Irish visitors also in a very friendly audience Their Roman ex iperlence was altogether n happy one and Lord Aberdeen expresses hiroself JUJ quite proud of his position nnd his frendly relations with time people otf Ireland HALTIGAN LECTURE Many Clergy Mayor Barth and Court Judges to Attend The lecture ito be given by Patrick j J Haltigan editor of Ithe National Hibernian at Macauleyls Theater on Sunday night February 17 on the part played by Irishmen In the Amer ican Revolution will be attended by many of the local clergy Mayor Paul Itantli the Judges of the courts and other prominent officials Indloa tions are that it will be In every way as successful as any affair ever given under the auspices of the Ancient j Order of Hibernians and that the dis tinguished speaker will be greeted by a monster audience Editor Halbigana lecture is in the 1 highest sense Instructive and patri 1 otic and the hundred electric pictures that are shown end which are not surpassed by any ever seen here lend i an added interest that all will appro i date Another delightful feature will be the nnudical programme which includes the Sword of hunker 11111 and Ireland a Nation Once Again j to be rendered by some of Louisvilles j best soloists The arrangements have n been in the hands of Messrs William j M Higgins Capt Tom RSley Mike Tynan John M Mulloy Thomas Dolan Lieut Tom Fitzgibbon and Thomas Riley who have left nothing undone that might add pleasure to the occasion alroodJbeen getthemor Toni Keenan who will issue re J rgeAwith Mr Haltigana first visit to Ken tuck will be the reception and din ner tb be given in hits honor by the Catholic Club of this city BISHOP STANDS DEATH The Catholic Church of Ithe Eastern States has suffered another severe Joss by the death of the Right Rev Bishop Stanjg of Fall River Mass of which sad occurrence only the most brief mention has been made Bishop Stanjg wias oji able and pro gressive churchman and gave promise of taking high rank in the American hierarchy For same time past he had been in failing health and had only recently journeyed to the West for treatment in a sanitarium The change was without benefit however and on Sunday the Catholics of toe country JWCTO shocked by the news of his death u c NATIONALISTS Make Unexpected Gains in Eloc- tionii For City and Town Councilors House of Lords Is Stumbling Block in the Path of Homo Rule Safety of Celebrated Irish Col logo In Paris Causes Much Anxiety UNITED IRISH LEAGUE IS JUBILANT Election day just passed for City and Town Councillors Dublin Bel fast and numerous lessor places iin Ireland Was a grave and quh t per forartance avid ithe results all aroundI Jiow a decisive gain for the Na tionalists Several wards in Dublin That have always been represented by Tory or Unionist In the city qI councils ihiavc returned outandout Gaelic Leaguers for the first time In Belfast lire change is even more marked The United Irish League is jubilant At a grout meeting 1 la Belfast to celebrate the victory tale grams of congratulation poured in from members of Parliament mmd- inworkers the national movement One from John Dillon M P read I I Accept wanmcdt congratulations o the victoryi for the cause of national unity I trust there will be no fur thor aibtempt Ito divide the Notional ists of Belfast The Chairman of time meeting called it a triumph of democracy and ifair play The House of Lords is unanimously conceded to be dime one formidable block in the paltfli of irnmcd ate home rule far Ireland How to get rid of it off got around it that is the pus zle Ono proposal is that the quick est way to igeit home rule would be for tine Home Rulers to join forces With the Laborites and Socialists to abolish it he House of Lords hetreC- onsidering any measure of relief for Ireland This is half joke but + whofa earnosf Dr MoXevmiara M 1 speaking to his cons tltuorits hi Cam b v 11Bn land lesjtrlAm z y- l1ooPlf ted p ttileiiorf-ill rde not sltSSSi tihe gaming ptmin Ogainst it longer than three years In an age of wonders this may not be as impossible as it seems at first sight The hereditary chamber of the Bnltisfli Parliament has always been unpopular T W Russell in Parliament in 1885 said boldly of it and without impossibleforto defend The House of Lords But it 5s there and it has been there n long time and I know that the English people are dreadfully conserva tive In Ireland we would make quick Work of it In 1830 Daniel CTOonnell standing in about tihe same spot had said Though a majority in this house the Commons may be disposed to do us something like justice all ef forts will bo frustrated by tflie other house lof the legislature The safety Wf the celebrated Irish College in Psms causes much anxiety Every prominent twftvn and borough dn Ireland has 3md its meeting of protest during the fortnight past against the action of the present French Government In confiscating dhurohes and colleges and educational establishments or as one of the Dublin Chairmen puts it the tyranny which respects neither the sanctity of religion nor the rights of property nor Individual freedom nor the glory of a great nation Througfli Cardinal Lague these protests have been transmitted to Prance and to Rome and through Jdhn E Redmond the safety of the putinSecretory of Foreign Affairs Tills Irish College in Paris has hind a most checkered career quite us many ups and downs as the country historyitsthreatened with annihilation every time Prance was in trouble at home or abroad but bus always come out of the storm safely though sorely tried and Blurted with fresh courage on its dbrenunus and useful career as the alma mater of hundreds of the most eminent priests and Bishops of Ireland and America There are some historical curiosities In the rec queenElizabethoditaaltlon for Catholic youth in Ire land young Irishmen Hocked td France dn great numbers and Irish colleges were inside a decade or two of years established dn Paris Tou louse Douay Lute and Bordeaux That was around A D 1570 A hun dred years loiter the Irish scholars in Paris acquired The great Lombard College for a home and French rec ords say it became tihe pride of Pasts for avoids living1 and high Scholarship In all its vidssttiudes for over 300 years the Irish College of parU has been ifamtous for philosophy cad theology and plain living Once again tihe storm raiges around its calm haUl of learning and Bixyteatant England quondhmfriendsThe revival of Ithe Irisli language gods tsttimlily on The educational idea of the Nationalists in Prlla znerit and out that iHflie Irish Ian gU be ftv 9ifc n every grade of every school la the country is practi cally taking1 hold The Government LIll r o o raas r grants for the teaching of Irish are to be restored to their first rather lair proportions There Is conslrc able dlssoltiaf action mitli time programme of distribution afithose fees how ever Irish is not put on an equall fdoting with Freejt and German in the schools But the Gaelic Leaguers are still hopeful of winning this point We are willing to be heavily peoplelbutThat time Irish ianguago be much acrodttcarryirig eSibjeot at the en trance and the fiiull examinations iin the training colleg 4 Is one of the in slstejift demands that are likely to be acceded to by IficS Boards of Edu i r rantingI1censesnames on their voiniclos do the Irsllainguhge only hasbeen practically won by the ipoapJE There are n more arrests airy prosecutions fn baring Irish roamon grocery oil or coal wagons ji WILL PAYtOFF DEBT JSt Francis of Rome Church Preparing For TwentIetht Anniversary The ladies and ntlemen of St Frances of Rome iurcih in Clifton have perfected an forganiwution for the purpose of aid ng their faithful pastor Rev Father Thomas White in clearing the chi rch of debt At lolI lowing officers wen elected President Joseph D Baldez Vice PrepsidemVtFlenare Mueller TreasurerT Hjjrerrimee Sergeant nit Arm Pdter Heim Next October The eooiffrcgation will celebrate the twentieth annlvcrsary ofthe dedicoltion of their church and at that time this new debt nay3ng so timenlast nolle held on their neat little edifice Thx gh not ft large congre gation iiho people are energdtic and the rfrietods of I tTrer VJilte through out itliio diocese hope that the undertaking may bo crowned with success No better plan covud liave been de vised as everywhere It has been tried the results have been most gratify ing 3 RECENT is DEATHS Tire funeral of Sirs Mary Phillips who was stricken with apoplexy last Saturday took place Monday morn lag from St Patricks church Mrs Plilllips wins born J and roared at Madison hidbmttinovedto this city several yo arsa olid iris since lived with her groIsoltThom1ls Phillips 1621 West W1 1rr et r w ofiCruel death William and Catherine Schreiber 2C23 Bank street Sunday night taking from the fond parents their lit tle son Harold aged two years Tho child had been ill with grip which developed II meningitis The funeral tools place Tuesday afternoon when the 1n1aUII I mOUleri InINew Albany takes from Holy Trln I reIspootedtine deceased had made his home in the city over the river and was known by almost everybody for his integrityOne j i cust street survives him Ills funeral took place Tuesday morning Rev Father Curran being the cele brant of the requiem mass I I Mrs Catherine llughes 1620 Brook street followed her husband John Hughes who died less than a anonth ago into eternity Sunday afternoon the result of a delicate surigal opera I lion Deceased was a native of Ire nand but came to this country when but sbdteen years old Surviving her are three daughters Misses Delia Mary and Joanna Hughes and one son Mark Hughes of Boise Idaho The funeral services were held Tuesday morning at St Louis Bontrands her remains being laid beside those of ilier husband In St Louis cemetery JI e i Michael Heffernan father of Rob crt E Heffernan passed to his dternal mMard last Sunday after noon after a long and useful life spent in tills citroFor some time he Iliad been In declining health 011II account of Ills advanced age but was able to be up and about until within a few days of his death While a young man he engaged in the shoe business and for forty years con dudted a store on Portland avenue near Fifteenth street Besides his son with whom he lived at 215 West Chestnut street he leaves one brother Mortimer Heffernan 1832 Portland avenue The funeral took place Tuesday morning from St Charles church Rev Father Ratio otitoiating at the solemn mass Qfrr requiem I OMALLOVDIRDI Though not entirely unexpected nevertheless the many friends ofii Miss Mary OMalley and William Bird were surprised when they heard of their marriage which look place last Saturday evening the ceremony be FatherlLoganI was connected with the dressmaking department of the New York Store and was popular with her associates and employers alikeI and she ties always been a foremost helper in ithe Dominican parish ifor t different works of charity The groom is a car Inspector for the Louisville Nashville railroad and those who know him have the highest reolspeotLouts and other Western points andI usekeep1big+ and acquaintances wish them every sueceis J e JnII U J i nQ a EVICTED TENANTS I I Plan of Action Decided Upon at Groat Mooting in Bnllytruin Stirring Spocchns by Connor McKennn David Sheehy and J McKcau Restoration of Tenants to Homes Only Solution of Questionr SUPPORT REDMOND AND PART 114 s In its account of the great gather fag at Ballytraln the Dundalk Demo crat says it is many years since such a magnificent meeting was held in South Monaghau and the deco onstation on Sunday will long be re membered for the enthusiasm and1 complete success which attended It was the first genuine uprising o behalf of those neverto be forgotte n victims of rapacious landlordism the evicted tenants and was in every sense a message of hope and cheering consolation to tho evicted TheI day wore on admirably and when the meeting commenced a cheering sun shine brightened up every thing The scene was truly a magnificent one and contemplated from the platform on the historic hill was one to sti up every patriotic feeling There were grayhaired old veterans and young stalwarts by the thousand all ringing the chime that the evicted tenants inu get back to the land Time splendid framers floating on time breeze the uniforhpf time bandsmen the stirring music all combined to kindle enthusiasm and earnestness in those present All the public uol des league branches and friendly so cieties in South Monnghan and East Cavan were represented There were ten bands present and the old Dona hmo no banner which waved proudly at ninny a sturdy fight in the days of the Land League was also to the fore The meeting was held on the hill adjoining the village and was presided over by the Very Rev Canon McKenna cheeringVTffihe1 which they were assembled that day hail been time scene of many a historic gathering The tenants had come there that day to protest against the landlordism and he was delighted to see them present in largo numbers The resolutions adopted demand that all evicted tenants be restored to their former holdings before satisfactory settlement of the land question can be attained and also pledged unalterable allegiance to John lied mond and the Irish Parliamentary party J McKean M P who was received with cheers said that many a great gathering had assembled on that his toric spot in days gone by but never hind a gathering assembled for a no- bri purpose than that for which they were assembled there that day The object of that meeting was to try to bring about the restoration to their homes of the evicted tenants those who had been aptly called time wounded soldiers of the land war It would indeed be nothing short of trio ingratitude on their part if they did not stand by the evicted tenants and in entering into any agreement with their landlords owners should not forget this fact The evicted tenants would have to be restored to their homes as they deserved to be and he was sure that as the resolutions had stated in no part of Ireland would the evicted tenants find more stren IOUS advocates for their claims than in that district No one there could question the wisdom and the practj cal necessity of the resolutions and lie was sure the tenants on time Shirley mud other estates would take to heart the advise contained therein The agents and solicitors might try to gut them to sign agreements but ho warned the tenants to beware of such gentlemen In everything that the farmers did they must remember tIle evicted tenants and they must be careful not to sign any document that would prejudice the claims of these unfortunate men Three years ago lie had warned them rto abide their time telling them that they had nothing to lose by waiting for awhile before they purchased Time lie was proud to say had justified tliat advice There was absolutely no necessity for the extraordinary taste that some people were display ing in their anxiety to sign purchase arrangements They need not be afraid of eviction but they must guard against false lights and false issues One thing in particular ten ants must bear in mind before sell ing and that was the future of tihe people who came after them By their actions at the present juncture they must not imperil the happiness and comfort of time generations who sue ceeded them The evicted tenants by combining together could accomplish great things for themselves and there was no surer or moro reliable medium by which they could Improve their position than by joining the national organization of the country The United Irish League as they would all admit had brought about splendid benefits to the country and organlzaotion town tenants or laborers acts Therefore it was the bounden duty of every true Irishman to give the league alli powerDavid re cedved with loud cheers said tie tied retlIolutJ a- J e do than carry out the spirit of tile resolutions It was a noble work to restore the evicted tenants and ban- Ish the grabber lIe know for a cer tainty that unless Ute grabber was banished the evicted tenant could noI be restored to his holding and he trusted that women tho people came to snake heir bargains wilth till agents and the landlords time evicte- teruonts i would not be forgotten am1 that the grabber would be hicket out Some people might say It was grabberWellt out for the grabber as well as h found assay in foj1 him Was it h ee asked the work of a day what ha t been accomplished 5n the case of the Massereene tenants And what ensl1ybeI with tIle tenants themselves to see that they got proper terms from the landlords that the grabbers were got rid of and the evicted tenants restored to the position they should thatYnow assembled an effort hind been made to sound time tenants Such a tilling should not be possible and the tenants should send their dogs after the gentlemen who came to them on missions of that kind The Imtwere as well acquainted with a pinch of necessity as they were because they had to pay for the extravagtinco of their fathers fathernndlsc1 and not rush precipitately Into agree grabberpeo pie must practice toward this obnoxi exchl8iedeaBng nn1laudlorosthatand the evicted tenant come to his evicted4ennntsrand laborers and therefore the farm UlemlherefromwJtlehnn thetownquestlonsquestion re mained and they would never be satIsfied undtlleoverCollege FEDERATION Executive Board Have Mat ters of Interest For Meeting The oftimeCaithplic Societiesl will be hcldatHheCaOiolic aClubnitisdelegates be present as at this meetIn the vari libraryJuvenile ehndrens vrlllbeas possible i organized Time Executive Board have several matters to bring up for dis meetingthat j It was expected that Farther Raffo would be present mind make an address but previous matters will dcII kiln him and President Rogers willI I J I present a paper on the German Em I pire which lit is believed will be of interest dealing generally on the iI subject and especially with reference to time relations of the Church with 1 splitbetweenGerman empire this will bo of inter I est At the meeting In March 4he editor of ithe Kentucky Irish American has been requested to present a paper on tho English educational bill which at this time would be of a good deal of instruction and of interest The meetings of the Federation with be opened promptly at 8 oclock hereafter A supply of time Federa tlion Bulletin will be on hand for all those delegates who did not receive a number at the January meeting The Executive Board nit its meeting resolved that till Catholics taking an i interest In the matters of the Fed J oration whether delegates or not J would be welcome alt the meetings of course all such being treated as visitors and ha 1ing no voice in tho proceedings HONOR THE CHILD l 1 Sunday afternoon there was a Iiappy gathering of friends and rela tJves at the home of Mr and Mrs Al Arts 814 Seventeenth street to celebrate the christening of their j pretty baby girl who was named Eugenia Catherine the ceremony be Ing performed by the Very Rev Vicar General CronIn at St Patricks 1 church The sponsors were Missr Catherine Hinesman and Eugene Oar roro who each presented the lititle ono with costly tokens In the evening assembled guests partook of a delightful repast prepared under the direction of limo proud father and mother f ENGAGE BOTH HALLSJJ The Columbia Athletic Club will j give a select euchre and dance at LIelerkranz Hall Sixth and Walnut streets Monday evening Mardi Gras eve The euchre will commence promptly at 830 and continue until 10 oclock when the handsome prizes of which there are forty and well worth contesting far wilt DO award J ed otalhal1s will be used eo maple J acdommodatJoiis can be furnished all who desire to trip tho light fan I the floor will be cleared for the dancers and IQ union orchestra will 1 dispenoo music for the younger j ifolks and also some of the older ones who deepire to trip the Ught fan mastic toe J 1 LENTEN SEASON How the Catholic Should Con= HfmselCDurlngThesei Some of the Lessons of Eternity dTaught by the Solemn cstReasons Why Faithful Should Foast on the Word of Godtt-i USHERED IN WITH ASH WEDNESDAY Time Holy season of Lent this most solemn In the Catholic church the period most devoted to penance and peoplesiItwith solemn ceremonies that will continue until the glorious Easter theslocal churches next Wednesday there will be masses timid the blessing and distribution of ashes and in each there will be Lenten devotions twice each week In some on Tuesday and Friday nights and in others on Wed daringtheare usually largely attended and as time Catholic population has been steadily increasing the churches yearAsand instructions heard in church dur ing Lent both at Mass and at the week day services are extremely Im to all maytlminleyour religion well enough but that may never bo truly said of Gods truth IleligloJ succeeding forgottenliferequiring anew tho use of the al of religion among the most powcj of which is hearing the word Are you a good Christian T need to thank yoitoyou bTT shouttaketosetyouneedsinners your need to L uraheartilyprivilegesofwldchLentenAre you a sinner Then In Godsname you must turn your face away from your sins and study the lessons in of your hereafter as they are taught andEasterforgottenthat breathotatorrentsuchaswrathwhen even the just man shall hardly becomeof abeddelirious whomyouwillshortlysayDerartofunspeakableangelsandwr1thing reachoutnrosomeeternitytaught In the church during Lent affordtolint the great lesson of these sad works of Lent is the love of our LordJesus Christ What lovo better than suffering Whohas emit thanthismanshouldiniondOuryou among the rest By hearing the sympathizewIth sorrowforreasonablebut r ThataAnln w amendmentaol snchasreading badcompany And youkneelreccive Soulandour Lordwill slveetJs youLetone therefore make up his thewordduringfaithfullyatchurchatchurch devQutreccption MURPHY CHOSEN Daniel F Murphy former City AsSeason was elected a Park OommisJ Sinter hWednesdaysuoceIsaaoremoved Canada iNo better coIIaenews V received throughout tihe city vitih i pressions of supreme satisfaction FOR CHARITV Misses Emma and Bessie Fisher LadiesEucbreresidence 411 Twentysixtfli street This club of young ladies have been atthedUiereutmembC18j lavehavein ItoherarelterMted o r p ti V i A J xteiii XXKiAj t 13il l ITC Y Y xl 4IIeKENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN ovoted to tile Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americana KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 50 Entered at the Loultvllle Pottofflce as Sccond Clss flitter Address all Commualcatieae to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Qtttt SI TRADES LABEL COUNCIL J LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 9 1907 HELP SOME j I I I If any there are lfin tills city who I j have not yei contributed ito the relief of ittw poor tund unfortunate victims of the recent flood they should do so now when the suffering is intense and assistance most needed There are hundreds of dosorving1 people in lire need who are concealing their poverty The cold weather of the f past week has rendered the condition of many pitiful indeed and for them we would appeal to the generosity those fortunates who are posessed t bl all tthait makes life worth living fdr end know apparently nothing of the distress that abounds in the tfloodatrkkeu district LENT ASh Wednesday the beginning of Lent falls this year on February 13 and to all Christians but especially Catholics the succeeding period of seven weeks will be a season of med tatiion and prayer from which It iis hoped all wilj emerge with a greater fervor dor the Saviour of mankind and a kindlier feeling to their fellow- men1 There is not a person in this jbdiMmmity who will not be greatly benefited by a strict observance of this holy season The doors of the churches are open to all who would make peace with their God or return thanks for the manifold blessings bestowed upon them For seven weeks there will be a surcease from gaiety nnd amusements and during that time our oung men and women should atten the week night services that will bt leld in the churches throughout the city Parents should also accompany thdr children thus setting them a Lorthy example Thus they will In re blessing for the future that God T bestow when least expected Lot rmine to make this a good be followed by a happy not forgetting that it may be r last AMERICAN SENTIMENT trongest and clearest expres stow of American feeling upon the action of Prance toward the Catholic i Church yet set forth is contained iin the resolutions adopted by the Louis ville Knights of Columbus They state the case fully and fairly and are worthy the careful consideration of Christians of every denomination Copies have been sent the Holy Father and Cardinal Richard and wo willingly Present thorn to our readers Whereas The brutal war ngainst Christianity inaugurated by the men who now unhappily control to its disgrace the land of St Louis is a challenge to the civilization of the age and an affront to its boasted progress and Whereas The atheistical element now controlling the Government of France in violation of a most solemn contract and in its diabolical effort to dechrdstianlze thait country has robbed the church turned her prel ates and priests into the streets and has even made war upon and cast out of their homes and into the highway without shelter or protec lion defenseless women whose only crime was ithat following the exam ple of their Divine Master they had devated toheir lives to the services of 4ho poor and lonvly and Whereas Wishing to deceive theI world and to conceal from its gaze the fiendish purposes which animate them they who now control legisla1 t tion in France cunningly but falsely profess to stand for the principle of separation of Church and State n prnolple dear Ito AmeriooM of every shade of religious belief and to nonei dearer than to us while they in fact stand for the enslavement of the church which they would de grade to the plane of of a mere State agency Ito be regulated super wised and controlled in all its life and activities by State officials and placed upon a level vitll the licensed dance halls of Paris thus establish ing the worst possible form of a union of Church and Stole or more properly tin nbsorption of the church in the capacious maw of an Infidel government and Whereas The WVatchman on the Watch Tower ol Christendom our loved Sovereign Pontiff Pius X true to his high office has raised his voice dn solemn protest against the outrage upon justice and religion which we have briefly enumerated and refusingto yield to Caesar what thisurchurch hire freedom of religioni the freedom of cons ience and h him and obedient to his voice venerable prelates Bishops I clergythe of Franco with a courage theeroddestEMldren in the arena and nmph theaters faced and conquered he Rome be lit thereforeoffury pagan Resolved By the Council of the Knighte X f Columbus of the Cityof Tau sviNe that we offer to our loved Pontiff Pius Xthe assurance of our hbartieet adOIirartJion for the zeal and W6tchlUlnedoiplayedbY him of rin the troubles and l1ry oilki1 the unhappyTi bronSftIIIoCaf our undying Joyalty ply w IJ the hope which he has fen nrid pO ben Mfplly expressedo of 1 einavaooa hem the voice n 1LId lEm whose vice regent he is as it was heard by Peter on the stormy sea of Galilee and that the words Pence be still may Once more give peace to Peters bark Resolved urlthcr That to the hier archy clergy and faithful laity of France we express and extend our heartfelt sympathy in the troubles which now confront them and our admiration of the Christian courage and loyalty which They have met then and which has given to all men another and splendid proof that This is Who victory which over cometh the world our faith We beg to assure thorn that we recognize as They must that in the present hour under he wIse guid ance of Peters successor they are fighting in their native land but for- us and for the world once more the bottle of Christianity land clvfillza Lion Resolved That the foregoing reso lutions be published in the public of ithls city and that a dulypreys certified Whereof be forwTded- to I copy d I Ills Eminence Cardinal Merry Val Secretory Of the Holy See a I Rlul1 Cardinalto Ills 1Eminence Archbishop of Paris about the reduc The latest news tflon of the British crony has roused something of ia ishock in England The Army Council in pursuance tof Italdanes policy of ectonocmny has in dicated its intention to bring about further reductions in the Royal artillery The council has issued nn order that on March 1 next five artillery depots will be abolished and one tmnsferreid Such news as this studied alongside what Sir Edward Russell proprietor and editor of the Liverpool Post writes in Oils own paper on the result of the German elections makes disconcerting lag to the British public The Is sue he says is tio strengthen the lands of the Kaiser and it is absv hltp folly to hide ouN eyes to thr fact that all the wear equipment of Germany is aimed against Great IrlrtaJn The fact is Germany must have space to colonize in Suitable space for that purpose can only be acquirpd rafter rtefdating England Jirectly Great Britain is reduced t the ttoIi rank of a third rate power Ger many is world suprome The BritishI army Is ia toy and the lessons of theI South African war have not beeni taken to hdaflt The navy is un provedl for no igrdat bottle betweeni European istaltes has been fought lnce Trafalgar wherefore ponder for Germany means to fight Britain on some pretext within five years possibly earlier Irondon is now facing bankruptcy her debt having been more than doubled during the past fifttfeen years The campaign Ito Save thait city from the Progressive Socialistic majority the County Council who propose to add 120000000 to the burden has I pollticalIstruggleEtgtKsh metropolis NotAvithstandlng the appaling t tate of affairs it is not certain that a noaSoclalisMc re gime will be installed as a result of1 the election on March 2 Tune appointment of the Columbus Ii negro Ralph Tyler ito the Cincinnati li plunthans an lawful jolt to Senator Fomker who charges that the negroes havei been discriminated against grossly because of Ithelr color Ohio Republi sang oppose the negros appointment and when it comes to his confirma tion the Senators sincerity will be put to the test Irishmen and lovers of justice and freedom throughout the world are looking forward with anxious hope that the coming session of Englands Parliament which convenes two weeks hence will bring to Ireland the measure of justice for which she has labored so long and sacrificed so much Only one cloud appears in the way that furnished by William OBrien and this little faction Squire Hoffman and the four County Magistrates ore making themselves ridiculous by their cheeseparing policy If they continue their opposition ito the intelligent and practical improvement of the county roads because of personal feeling for or against any individual they will have n troublesome time in inducing their constituents to reelect them A writer in Too Washington Times bewails the ifact that the people who contributed ito ithe Terry McGovern benefit to the amount of 25000 were all1 of the poorer end middle classes Wo are surprised that he expected anything else as it is an incontro vertible fact ithat loads for any charity come from those who can leant afford it The Indiana State Senalte certainly lacks knowledge regarding George Rogers Clark otherwise there would have been no opposition ito the bill for ithe erection tof statue io his memory in New Albaayy If U The Indiana State Semite killed theII bill providing for the erection of a statue to Gen GeorgkJ Rogers Clark alt Now Albany It is apparent that patriotism on the vane in Hoosier dom The only country in Christendom tttay which has no divorce court never lias had a divorce court and knows nolhtticr of it is Ireland The Turner ease before the Juve nile Court like the rdtten apple con itained one big worm rtfluat has made several gentlemen sick FATHER MURPHY Has Been Restored and Will Levue the Lincoln Diocese Rome dispatches say Pope Pius X has insisted that Bishop Bonacum of Lincoln Neb who is now there on a visit ad mina shall Withdraw his action suspending the Rev William Murphy of Seward Neb several years ego in order to avoid further scandals Father Murphy had brought suit in the Nebraska Supreme Court asking thnit the expulsion ordered by Ills Bishop should be suspended until the church authorities in Rome vshoMld have decided on the matter The Supreme Court granted the in junction but in ordor What it be made permanent it was necessary that the church officials in Rome be asked for their testimony Pius X is very much opposed to clergymen and Bishops discussing their differences bofore the civil tribunals and only recently Stopped an action brought by a prelate for libel against tithe Archbishop of Brindlsi which grew out of eccleslas itlcal difficulties The Pope wishes that every priest in the world either regular or secular who claims to have a tightj ito oppose the decisions of his Bishop shall appeal to the Church tribunals in Rome where lawyers can be scoured just the same as Is done in the civil courts It is the general opinion That Father Mur phy will consent Ito the arrangement provided his faculties are returned to him and a parish district given him in tire United States KNIGHTS OP COLMBllSI Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The aniial reception of Cincinnati Council will take place Monday at the Hotel Alms and will be restricted to members and their ladies The subscription will be 400 per couple Following the high mass at the Holy Name church last Sunday Cin cinnatia latest addition to the order Archbishop Elder Council composed- of candidates living on Walnut Hills was instituted Cincinnati Council Bishop Carrell Council and DJstrict Deputy Burns confering the three degrees An excursion to the City of Mexico is being planned by the Knights of Columbus of San Francisco and vicin itl under rthe auspices of San Fran Cisco Council It will leave San Fran cisco February 16 and reach the City of Mexico on February 20 After spending a week seeing the attractions In- and about that city the Knights will on the return trip proceed to the Grand Canon of the Colorado Because Of the efficient services he has rendered Keene Council us Grand Knight John II Jennings was presented a silver lowing cup by the members of the council at a regular meeting of that organization held re cently at Keene N H He has been Grand Knight of Keene Council since it was instituted inlay 1004 lie has been thrice elected to the office Jennings is deeply interested in the order and has done much toward making the Keeno Council prosper out A new council with thirtyfive charter members has been instituted in lobe Ariz About fiftyeight visiting Knights assisted in the installation The work of instituting the new Council wale held in the new Old Dom inion library at North Globe All of the visitors and new members at tended mass The ceremonies of the initiation were in charge of Frank E Coles of Bisbee Territorial Depu ty of the order who was assisted by the Rev J O Barrette of Globe and Father Diilton of Fort Huachuca The second annual ball of the Knights of Columbus of Chicago and the Midle West was held at the First Regiment Armory under the auspices of the Chicago chapter The large ballroom was decorated with flags and colors of the order and fully 2500 persons were present at the opening of the grand march Patrick L Mc Ardle the National Advocate and Mrs L B Sauter together with L E Sauter the State Deputy and Mrs W F Rynn led the march which was followed by a drill given by members of the fourth degree One of the most impressive and elaborate initiations over held in St Paul occured Sunday afternoon in the hall of St Paul Council when one of the largest gatherings of candidates that ever assembled in the Twin Cities were put through the fourth degree Up to the present time candidates for this degree had to journey to throughoutihesmall and unimportant to conduct the proper ceremonies so the initiation of Sunday marks a great step in advance for the St Paul Council Dr E W Buckley of St Paul master of the fourth degree initiated candidates from all portions of Minnesota Wisconsin North and South Dakota Missouri and Illinois MANY WIRE POPE The La Vita a newspaper of Rome complains of the congestion of bus ness on the telegraph wires which it attributed to the enormous number of telegrams sent by the Pope in answer to New Year and other greet ingsThe Vatican has the privilege of using tho wires free of charge the expense being borne by the Ital ian Government u 1 0 rips D i- Q WHERE THB SHAMROCKS GROW I Theres a pretty little island Lying in a northern sea Whose hlstry and traditions 11 Live in sweetest memory While I love my native country And no better land I know Still I cant forget old Erin Where ithe shamrocks grow Proud indeed we are of Ireland The blntliplUce of my sireHer virtues and her grandeur Every Irish heart inspire There the dells the hits and mountains Where the crystal rivers flow Through the beauteous vales of Erin Where the sliamrocks grow True her Ions have left the hearth stone Some were banished in exile Their undying love of freedom Bade them leave the emerald isle Yet they bring her pride and honor In the nations where they go While their hearts remain w5h Erin Where the shamrocks grow J P Duffy R S0GIETVi Councilman George Coder returned Tuesday from a short trip to Chi sagoMr Robent Abell has gone to New Haven ito spend a month with friends suet relatives Mrs M Everin of South Louisville has been visiting Mrs Ellen Feeney near Bardstown Misses Louise Dant and Katie Rose have been enjoying a pleasant visit with relatives at Chicago Mrs John Glenn and daughter have been visiting in Bowling Green the guests of Mrs A M Cauaey Mrs Maurice Call of Jeffersonville left last week for Pdttsburg where who will remain for some time Peter Curran rand bride have re turned dram their honeymoon trip nnu are at home to their friends Miss Kathryne OBun has re turned from Lebanon where she at tended the PutaamfPreUner wedding Miss Jennie Glass of 2024 Bank street leaves itoday for New Orleans to altitend the Mardi Gras festivities Miss Corinne Burns is now making her home with Mr and Mrs John L Fisher of 411 Twentysixth street James Curran will arrive Coda from Bowling Green where he noted ns best man at ithe MunphyBlttner marriage Miss Gertrude Langan has recov bred from an illness that has con fined leer ito her home in South Louis rule for several weeks Mr John J Croity of the John C I Lewis Company leaves today for aI YoOrklamIMisses Edna and Nellie Burgess of I this city were last ivyeek members of a house panty at the home of Mrs Ekro Rapier ttt New Haven Mrs J David 718 Twenty sixt i street was hostess to the Young La dies Euchre Club lost Monday whenI the members spent n most enjoyable evening1 Mrs1 Joseph Cunningham of Zane stroet has been confined to her home lnju1iesfctreet car Miss Mattie honey of St Marys has been a visitor here during the past week ns the guest of her reIn tees Mr and Mrs John C Graves of 044 Fifth street Mrs Robert Neighbors and Mrs guestfLouisville have returned to their homes in Elizabothitown The stork deposited a baby boy at KinbergerthisKinberiger has promised to teach him polo when he grows up Harry A Appling of Louisville Council Knights of Columbus who recently underwent n successful op erotlion at St Josephs Infirmary is now able to be nt his office Mrs Jf M Caffrey 1016 Fourth street had as her guest this week Miss Isabel OMadigan a member of Miss uftelirfi company which will close 8ts engagement ait Macauleys itonigM The condition of Archie Geus helmer of Tnveritynsixth and Slcvin who has been ill for the past two weeks remains unchanged but his physician reports that he expects far vorable results in a couple of days Just a baby boy but thats why Will Martin of ithe Louisville Nash ville railroad is smiling this week and is authority for the statement that the youngster is an applicant for membership in the Casino Club Misses Mayme tend Ella Hartigan have returned from the SlurphyBitt ner wedding nt Bowling Green whereas afayme Jlartilgan acted as bridesmaid The wedding mlStheI most notable seen there for a long I time Bernard Flynn one of Louisvilles crack bowlers and a son of Barney Flynn of Twentyfifth and Market streets is confined to Ms home with on attack of typhJoSd fever It is hoped that his illness will not prove serious Tniesday morning at St Josephs church in Bardstown Miss Bertha Agnes Thompson daughter of Charles T Thompson of that city andI niece of Dr M F Coombs of llsviuetwasa married with a nuptial mass to Albert Clark son of Roland Clark of Gfrthsemanl The ceremony w performed by the Rev Dean OOotraell wad was witnessed by s tIss GIVE US YOUR ORDER rI- i3 r 1a I VV S h- VV VV 1 ht Y tr t Irish JJ II OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET iiX 0 N1N N N 1iN NN N N N N NN N N N N NN SIN M N M N N N N NM MN N N N iN N N=N NNt cNrr cNN NN NN uJi cNN NNiN a large gathering wf admiring friends of the bride and groom who are well known in this city and throughout the State iA pretty wedding was solemnized Wednesday morning at St Louis Ber trands church the contracting par ties being Miss Elizabeth M OBrien and Philip E Arnold both wen known and popular in Louisville so verformedI byLangethe a Announcement is made of the mar riage of Miss Margaret Dunn and pialuringceremonybeing daughterMr of St Catherine street while the groom- is associated with his father in the brick contracting business They have gone to housekeeping at fifteenth and Walnut streets where they are now at home to their friends A wedding that will be o great Iin- terest to their wide circle of friends will be solemnized Tuesday morning nt St Louis Bertrands church when Frank Kenney nnd Miss Nora Burke nre to be united in the holy bonds of marninge The brideelect is a charming young roman who came from Ireland about five years ago- rnd has since made her home in t1- city Mr Kenney is a well knoivii and popular employe of the ItoulsvIUe Ralilway Company and carries with- him the best wishes of his superiors and fellow empl yos for a long and happy wedded life Last Friday afternoon Miss Mar garet Hlggins nvas given a delightfu surprise by n number of her little school girl friends at her home 153 West Madison Mtreet in honor of her t eleventh birthday Games and music were enjoyed until C oclock1 when nll were treated to an elegant luncheon followed by a couple of hours of In nocent amusement Those present included Misses Marie Dougherty Katherine Nilest Florence Tierney- i Mary Ellen Maloney Venita Johnson Leona and Lillian Gnat Adele Seine derhan Mary Lawless Helen Cor eoran Helen Clifford and Marj Clines Pretty favor were wOn by Mary Lawless Florence Tierney Adele Sohnelderhan and Lillian Cast HINTS ON STYLE Braiding seems to be neccessary 1to the success of n stylish costume Plaid waists in clantartans are shown in the Eastern shops Color veils to match the hat and trimmings are in high favor Shoes with long round toes are worn by people of good taste Brown blue gray and green are predominating shades seen in mill neryFor runabout or hack wear checks plaid and tweeds wjll be the favored materialsThe hot still retains its place for dressy occasions and is generally of velvet or beaver Very smart suits in white serge end mohair are seen trimmed with black velvetcovered buttons The colored shoes whiVSi have been so readily adopted are always accom partied by stockings to match Belts for dressy gowns are of gold or silver ribbon with colored flowers woven into the glittering meshes Mixed suitings checks and plaids are much used for sailor suits and arc usually trimmed with plain color Blouse jackets with high girdles are also to be very stylish indeed for suits of broadcloth cheviot velveteen etc Fancy plaids twotone checks stripes serges and chevits oare pop ular goods for walking and school suitsBold plaids in black and white shepherd checks and black and white phi stripes are seen in the new waist modelsThe half length and tight fitting coat a little longer in the back than in the front is going to bo in great demandIn new wrappers yoke effects are very popular and the deep yoke giving the empire effect is meeting with favor Platted skirts are given a decided preference over other styles In gored skirts some number as high aa thirteen gores- Accordinoplaited negligees al thoug by no means new are well liked and arc made of crepe de chine and albatross HISTORIC EDIFICE Old St Peters church opposite She Irish World Ss a gacred land IhMoii cat houtee lotf God There in 1787 tendedCharfeta OConnor were baptized u oj 0 GOOD WORK PrintingFAIR Kentucky American SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IEI- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourtn Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas D Clines Vice PresidentJames J Kilkelly Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secretary P J Cuaick Courthouse TreasurerCharles J Finegan SergeantatarmsJames Doran DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford TreasurerOwen Kelran Recording Secretary Joseph T Lynch Financial Secretary John T Kean ey DIVISON Meets on the First and Third Thursday evenings of Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice President Phll Cavanaugh Recording Secretary John Morris Financial Secretary John Hession 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sergeantatarms Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wed nesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph P McGinn Vice PresidentStephen J 1tcE14I llott Recording Secretary Frank Pi BurkeFinancial eeretary R E OSulllf van 1520 Seventh street Treasurer William J Connelly SergeantatArms Robert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Hall County PresidentLouis Constan tinePresidentJohn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secretary T OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy Treasurer Michael Kinney MarshallM Garrity Banner BearerJ Q Cole Y IMC I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenigs at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J Sand First Vice President John T Ken neySecond Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahanRecording Secretary Ben Reed Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Fred ZahnTreasurerDaniel W Weber MarshalJohn Humphrey Inside SentinelAdolphus Andrlot Outside Sentinel 3corge Bartsch A SquareDeal Dealat LEVYSGives GivesYou 15 and 18 Suits and Overcoats For 10and 20 and 25 Ones For 15I- d anything else you need in Winter Clothes Furnishings Hats and Shoes atlowMtcatprlcei u u NTT rULEYS dayeveningsThe Grand Mogul we CoeweThu ae sat Pd mat Sat Merry Wives of Windsor HOPKINSII10H CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY Week Beginning Sunday FeblO RICHARD BUHLER C01 Presenting THE CRACKSMAN Zazell Vernon Co In original comic panto mime 4Bmporers of Muilc4 in their new offer ventriloquistDaderMurray the girl with the ragtime walk Char ley tarns eccentric character comedian Kino drome some new motion pictures PRICES Evening 10 to 75 cents Matinee Best Seat In House 25 cents BUCKINGHAMMATINEE Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Feb 10 THE STAR SHOW GIRLS and Gunning the JailBreaker- All that is new novel and mysterious No prisox cell handcuffs or manacles con hold Cunning A two act medley of of mirth and melody presented by the Star Show Girls mb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE ERfAMEO MANUFACTURERS OP PURE ICECREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competi tors 627633 EIGHTH ST H 4 + 4 6 + 4 + 6 + + 6 II 6 + 444 TELEPHONE 2863 sownERS FISH CO FOR PURE OYSTERS e NO WATER NO PRESERVATIVE 151 W JEFFERSON ST 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521 Fiftk Strut rr 2 OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 0T06 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done for the least monty Our Dentidrv Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR Hh J COUCHMAN Dentist 561 FOURTH AVENUE opp JaG C Lewis Co CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jiflmon SI Both Telephones 1080 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed AGAINST SOCIALISTS German Catholics Holding Their Own Will Ac With Government The Bishop of Treves In Germany Mgr Korum who is very influential in Government circles has arrived in Rome and has been received twice by the Pope It is rumored in Vatican circles that he is charged with a special mission to the Pope by Ithe German Emperor who since the suc cess of the Center party in Germany at the recent elections wishes to turn the party from further opposition to the Government Pius X while not desiring to in terfere in German politics which prodtioally caused the recent defection of the Center panty from the Goyernmenfa flmterests had privately informed the most prominent leaders of lute Catholic party in tthe German Parliament that he did not personally wish for a war against the Govern ment on account of the present tiltfl cifltles Of the Church with Trance The matter vas kept more or less secrtet until the result of the elec tions was announced which showed thalt the Center party held the same number Off Parliamentary seats as before Now lobe Pope through Mgr Korum will instruct rtflie Catholic Par liamentary representatives in Germany to do their foe t1n support the Government t1thie Soc lists and radicals u tJI HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing tbe Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Three divisions will meet this com ing week Divisions 1 2 and 4 Many divisions throughout the country are adopting names In addi tdon to their regular number- A gold xvntah was presented to Patrick Higgins tin retiring Presi dent of Division 42 of Baltimore Hibernians DostonII in honor of St banquets on Monday March 18 In the presence of a very big at tendance the degrees were conferred on a large class at Duluth ithls week The Ladles Auxiliary of Chelsea htrensurylastForty candidates were initiated Into the Ladies Auxiliary at Itri gihton Mass at the January meetingCardinal Morton the Grand Honor cry Chaplain of Ilibernianism under tike Southern Cross gives the order in Australia magnificent support The national movement in Ireland is finding in Hibornlanlsm a most in factionIsm ward march building on in the next couple of weeks as the hanisAs there will not be another initia tiara until after Easter the divisions will have splentlld opportunity to secure larger classes for Ihait event This is tins time to secure new mem bersThe parade to be held toy Hue Hi bernians of Manchester N 1L on Saturday March 16 wiill be on an elaborate scale Committees are now preparing a series of historical floats and tableau Division 4 meets Wednesday night and a large attendance is looked for One of the important questions to be considered and of interest to every member will be the selection of an other meeting place Very Rev Father Palloona addres sing the division Gt Dalitcastle Ire land declared Itliait next to a mission or retreat Ithe A O II was the most potent influence in securing regular attendance rut the sacraments Every reader of this column should lend his best effont to make the Hal tigan lecture an unqualifIed success Zany are assured that tthe cntentain anent will more titan satisfy them and please the most exacting Division 1 has sent out special notices requesting the presence of every member at the meeting to be held Tuesday night This was not done without good reason and therefore a larger attendance Is looked for St Patricks day will lie celebrated in an elaborate manner by the order In Buffalo The entire County Board and the Presidents of divisions will arrange for the event which will I probably take the form of a banquet at one of the leading clubs Division 1 of Glen Falls NT Y or ganized only six years ago with a charter list of Vhirtysix names lias now a membership of 450 and a treasury of several thousand dollars At ithe installation the members presented their President John Mannix a purse of 200 as a testimonial for the excellent work he has done in their behalf The Rev George F Flynn in ad dressing the members of Division 8 of Springfield Mass stated that there should be twice the number of Ilibernians in that cftty and advised that what the organization needed most was publicity and drat the members should nit tall times speak of the work of the organization to all with whom they came in contact This applies to all other cities as well as Springfield Division 3 of Worcester Muss celebrated the thlntyfifith anniver sary of Its organization with a ban quat at whicTi covers were laid for 350 Rev William Goggin County Chaplain and pastor of St Pauls church invoked the divine blessing Loiter while Bather Gogjfin was rev sponding to la toast Mayor John Duggan entered the banquet room I andsreecivedcheers I WIIL AID POPE The newspaper men of Belgium who every year raise a large sub scription for the Peters Pence fund and present it to the Pope through a yearly pilgrimage which is made to Rome are this year making ex traordinary efforts to double the usual amount 150000 raised in HolySeeof France in their present difficulties OTHERS LEFT BEHIND The Knigihte of Columbus charity ball which was held Monday night in Madison Square Garden New York excelled all previous events in the I matter cJf attendance The amount of charity performed by this organi jraltion in toldnjg care of its sick mem bers and procuring employment for those who have lost their positions eo impressed those who are familiar with charitable work that the de mnnd for tickets for the baIl was unprecedented An additional feature of the ball was tlc address by Archbishop Parley on the French question feAR NO FIRE A stream of water from a street hydrant that will reach done eigh iteenlth story of a skyscraper with pressure enough to break office fur nitmre inside is what tttve New York fire dcpantmerit will have ant its die posal by dire Fourth of July From fifty to sixty such Streams each de livering 500 gallons a minute will be avislBable at any fire tas soon aa the new high pressure water servlse is pUt Into opertttioh Thte service nl ready JneUilled on Coney Island is being eosopleted in Jlpdoklyii and in tL J raifliattan below nwentythin le Btredt iJotAveon the North anti tdl Easy rivers In the opinion of the Fire Underwriters Chief Croker nisi doprtmen4 New York against any such discs tious conlCkigroltions as itihe Baltimorei thlastJUDGE BUYS FINE PLACE boughtt11eBrownsboro road The property in eludes over seven acres and a large modern residence a most desirable country home It is not known whether or not the Judge will make the place his summer residence The sale was made through the well known real attune agent L F Brown INTO ETERNAL REST Rev Father William Gibbons one of the bout known members of the Marist order in the Southern States passed into eternal rest last Saturday ait New Orleans after a lingering illness He was born in Mobile fortyeight years ago Because of the name and its residence in the Crescent dty many thought tIle toad priest was related to Cardinal Gibbons but audit was not the case Father Gibbons was on earnest worker and popular with people of everywherethewith expressions ICY sincere regret EVERYONE PLEASED The euchre given by Kadeski Company C U R C K of A Wednesday evening at Mhsoni Temple Hall was a pleasing success every itoblo being idled tat 8 oclock and the game called shortly after ScaVlys Band was in attendance and kept the crowd In good humor with a programme of lively olds Forty handsome prizes were distributed to the successful contestants and many pleasing comments were heard on the handsome appearance of rtfae company In their uniforms The exhibition drill svgs dispensed wftth on account of the slippery condition of the floor NOTED DETFCTIVE DYING Detective James Gaffney of the Covlngton police force is ill of an in curable stomach disease which has prayed upon him for several years and his physicians say that death is but a short time off Detective Gaffney has been connected with the Covington police force for twenty years prior to which time he was a member of the detective force of San Francisco where he took part in many of the most noted criminal cases of that city He served several years as a United States officer lIe has a national reputation as a sleuth HURT BY fALL Thomas McXally a well known foreman on tOre Louisville Nashville road slipped on the isnaVS and Ice while crossing a turn table in the South Loiifavllle yards Tuesday evening and fell to the ground When assistance arrived it was discovered thwt he lied sustained n double frac dare of dole lefit Qeg below the knee 5lcOaHy was at once taken to Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital where he was attended by Dr George W Griffiths and is now resting easy CHURCH SUPPER The ladles of Jeffersontown will serve tin elegant supper to their friends next Tuesday night in theI school house there for the benefit of St Edwards church They expect quite a number from the city and everyone who attends is promised a good time This supper will be of Me oldfashioned Kentucky style to which will be added several novel and entertaining features FIRST EVER HELD HERE The United States will have thii year its first International Eucharistic Congress IL will convene a+ nttsburg in the autumn His Holi ness Pint X will send a representa tive in the person of Ills Eminence Cardinal Serafino VnnnutelH The preliminary preparations will be made at a conference of the Priests Eucharistic League of the diocese of 1it sburg EIGHT HOURS The contracting carpenters have granted their men the shorter work day land hereafter Louisville will be numbered among the eighthour cities in that trade This has been the only issue between the contractors and their men and its settlement has been effected with good feeling on all sides PANNED OYSTERS For each person allow one slice of toast two tablespoonfuls of hot milk and six oysters Cut the bread in thin slices remove the crust and toast golden brown Butter arrange in the dish and pour over the milk Let stand for a moment to soak then arrange the oysters on the toast dust with salt and pepper and place in u Very not oven for five minutes or until the gills ruffle MAKING GOOD COFFEE First scald itihe cfoiffefl pot and be sure ttJhlalt fit Its itlhonaughly secured and no stain Us oil tSie inside then put Sn about ono cupful more of walter tihnn jrxu wall require when It is done Let at hell hard for five mhvutos aid then put in the coffee wMdh must be ground rather fine Turn ifihe pot quay fnoni a hot lire and kit It tamuuxr A r Iten minute then sat ft hack hv h are It will only J keep hot and sdtiUe for five minutes Put cream in hecups Yhist and pourII ire oerfifee Intro at Never Iatlte lit to cone tSte oolfeo la sedoaid tame nor dIto Itfca old gBxnwj ThTavv lall lou4a 1 and Mart freeK w+Bh a cleba pot 1 U k lIRELAND Record of the Host Important of tbe Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Henry OConnell has been elected Chairman of the Dundalk Urban Council for the third consecutive termThe death took place on Friday of the Rev Jothn OKane alt Inishowcn Deceased wins a vigorous tulvocatc of the Notional rights Fire that broke but In the tow and of Messrs P and T Gallagher on olson street Belfast did considerable damage On the recommendation of the Itlglht lIon Earl of Jlosse the Lord Chancellor Iras appointed Denis Fay of Edenderry to the Commission of the Peace for ithe Kings county Miss Pope Hennessy sister of tlh late Sir John Pope Hennessy forme- Governor of Hong Kong Mauritius etc was found dead in her bed iin Youghal on Monday The deceased l lady was oiling for some time Patrick Morgan aged sixtysix rClIilence Ileaving three grown sons Deceased I was an old and respectable resident tht0 employers nelgh bors and all others who knew him ODohertyBishopI tl and much prostrated Isis condition is somewhat critical and the periodl of anxiety is not yet passed The venerable prelate however has ral adIserl covery An Interesting and impressive re ligious ceremony took place in the CountyKildare 3iissLizzieandMissceived into the Presentation order Yerneassistedbeysided at the reception Broad street in Limerick was the I scene of considerable n onronda i were made to remedy defecs in two public houses owned by John Juilligan T C and Patrick Franklin I which adjoin each other Sunday the buildings showed evident signs of havInghadcleared out some short time before they came down with ft terrible cratfli iNo one Was injured but to ndd to the confusion the ruins tool fire The publicans had large stocks of spirits etc in the premises which were burled in the ruins Mrs Ellen Fennell an esteemed passelllaWAYI honor A remarkable fact is that the angel of death during the last few months has taken away ninny of the old natives of Carrlck and the latest ir the person of Mrs Fennell sunders another link with the past She had attained the patriarchlal age of eightynfive and in her last illness had the happiness and consolation of all that a devoted family could do anl HolyChurch I buried In Magheross cemetery and the funeral to this ancient spot was largely attended Kildare railway station was the theater of a shocking occurrence on Salturtlay evening resulting in the death of a young man named William jKavanagh of Maddenstowji The latter was on Ithe platform when a ofMshllOf11omtrain vitas being slumped at the time and deceased In an effort to board it in order Ito join Connor missed his fodtttng and fell between the cnr riages and the platform The station master promptly signalled the train extractedOnel while the other and one of Jhis arms were reduced ito almost a pulp Cleri cal anti medical aid were quickly on the scene but the unfortunate man I lingered only for threequarter an hour ofII The Freeman states that the police draglugof recovering the body of J J Gan disappearedisince been heard of by his family or friends Gannon was thirty years of age and was engaged in business as a grocer and publican 5n West street Drogheda lIe came to Dub lin on St Stephens day along with ihis two brothers John and Michael and that evening the three went to the opera at the Theater Royal Ills 811l0kinglroom where they were staying expecting thebrothersobservedbytheimpression toThursdayaccount of revturnedfindingthereturnedtoreportedtheno explanation of the young mans dis appearance i HISTORIC CLONTARF Tomb of Irish Heroes Saved by Aqtlon of PatrioticcIrishmen J Patriotic Irishmen have saved the historic mound at Clontarf near Dublin from the vandalism of the Dublin municipality which had actually com menced its destruction The mound J is regarded as a monument commemorating the battle fought there 000 years ago between Brian Dora and I the Danes and as the tomb oC the Irish heroes The levelling of the j mound was undertaken by the city Ii as a means of relieving the distress I among the Dublin unemployed but as noon as the patriotic societies indignation1 J u 4 C mo- n FRANK FEHR BREWING CO JUVOORJPORATJ5JO Brewers and Bottlers x eLOUISVILLE KYfDRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer t BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 xouxsvnxn ICY PABST BEER F ALWAYSoBrewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged ILouisvilleCumb Phone Halo 1913 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers flavorIKy JOHNROERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEE 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY IJOHN L FRANHLClay=Street Brewery812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY ASK FOR DIERSENS a FINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 lONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE All the new Winter styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET was adopted protesting against the unspeakable act of vandalism and ghoulish operations which threatened the venerated and historic mound The opinion of the meeting was telegraphed to the Lord Mayor who promptly visited Clontarf He ordered the operations to cease forth- wIth and every particle of soil that had been removed from the historic spot to be restored AFTER THE LADIES The Laws Committee of the Ala bama Iouse of Representlvcs has Ve ported favorably a bill that will have the effect of making it a violation of the law to play cards anywhere at any time for things of value or money It will make it a jail offense for any lady to play or allow played in lion home any game of whist or prizesAneliminated was lost by a good vote If the Alabama Legislature can do no better than tllhl1tshouldadjourn o L 5 Independent of All Undertaken KATIEAGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies and Children a Specialty Office 2406 Payne St Both Phones I Give your boys an education that will prepare them for life ST XAVIERS COLLEGE KyConductedClaaeicalSdentlScand DepartmentGymnasium Terms Moderate Bro JamesDlr HENRY HUNOLD DBAJBR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty home Phnae mo 540 W WALNUT HEEEMANN BRO s IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers iu Finest Brands of Ken tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephoae 1943 234 Sixth Street VINES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning fret 989nto 1230 oclock 4 OXUBMECXN T r10 r- i a F T 4- r i a- r ENTUCKY IRt8HAMERJC p11 t v MACAJULEYS THEATRE SUNDAY FEB 17 Grand Illustrated Lecture ON Jrisbmen in the American Revolution and Their Early Influence in the Colonies =DY PATRICK J HALTIGAN EDITOR NATIONAL HIBERNIAN Lecture interspersed with patriotic Irish and American songs showing over 100 splendidly colored stereopticon views specially made for this lecture of Battles 4 Monuments Ships Forts Personages and Historic Places conveying a most valuable lesson in the history of the great struggle for American freedom and bringing out in bold relief the valor and patriotism of Irishmen in the establishment of this RepublicUNDER AUSPICES DIVISION J A O H TICKETS 25 OTS RESERVED SEATS 50 GTS HomPhonet323r n GOOD HOT COFFEE Prepares you for the days work and breaks the chill of the winter winds Mulloys Special Grade at 3 lbs for 50c Fresh roasted and delivered direct to your kitchen I IS THE BEST IN THE CITY Black Green or Mixed Tea 45c REBATE TICKETSOne with each 25c pur chasewe are still giving them rumors to the con trary notwithstanding MXJJLIjOY C SEE 1214 XV 1WCAMICI5T STREET ELAKE SHORE BRAND v Elgin Creamery Butter I PURE WHOLESOME NUTRITIOUST- het Best to be found Ask your Grocer to get it for you CHAS WIGGINTONSole Agent for Louisville Also Agent for BLUE VALLEY CREAMERY FINE JEWELRYWe are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Calland see our display of Handsome Silverware BRUNN THE JEWELER 530 West riarket Street t J THE CECILIANi AN INSTRUMENT OF PLEASURE iWphe pleasure that can be derived from having a Cecilian in the homes untold With it attached to your Piano you would be in an inde pendent position from the fact that you wouln not have to depend on anyone to furnish you music Our Library Plan is such that it enables one to enjoy selections from a library of at least 10000 rolls at a small cost TIlE FARRANDCEGILIAN- is a beautiful Upright Piano with the Cecilian mechanism contained in 4t mikloR it the most complete combination in the world You can either play it with the hands as you would any ordinary Piano or by Inserting a roll of music and pumping with your feet MONTENEGRO = RIEHM MUSIC COI Incorporated GCBSOOO FOURTH AVENUE i Xt+ + + + + 8S pp + + p + rue Ghaft Rooers BOOK GO iPRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE + Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are theifinest of their kind in the city 68 BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF VERY DESCRIPTION + gtSfgt W Jefferson Stret = SS t HEATING STOVES COALRANGESand COOK STOVES Our assortment for this season is the choicest 1 we have ever had and almost all of our stock is Home Manu- factureGEHER SON 1 217 West Market Street DRJTCHAWKS I Veterinary Infirmary and x Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSE SHOEING Horses Called For and Dellveredr Both Phone OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEING FORBt VJ07I009 W BROADWAY I r 3399 L u ASK FOR PALLS CITY BEER QN SALE EVERYWHERE rie 71111CUMIt LION WEST f9 I t t- 1on J ur C a Satisfac tion or YourMoney Back oe ef 1 e oI BAC N ON MARKET REET BET THIRD AND FOURTH INCORPORATED CLEARANCE PRICES ON WOMENS I AND CHILDRENS UNDERWEAR I i iAnyoneowes it to themselves to give this sale attention Months of cold weather i2are yet to come 116 Womens Peeler Cotton Fleecelined VestsExtra fine quality French band pants to match 500 quality clear 39eance price per garment Childrens Fleecelined Vests or Pants Regular IgC quality clearance 1 Dcsale price per garment Womens Natural Gray Wool Vests or Pants Regular 100 quality 69eclearance price per garment 0 00MACKIN COUNCIL John McQucsc on Work the Vinccnttans Have Done The members of Mackin Cotuici were well repaid for venturing out Tuesday night when they heard tJle excellent nddress delivered by Join McQuese of St Cecilias Conference on the work the St Vincent de Paul Society Juts been doing here rand else where And the speaker must Imvi felt grafcifed at tthe large gathering that greeted trim for he spoke wit earnestness and impressed his audience with what he had to say Mr McQuese detailed at some length tin methods of the Vincentians who visi t the poor and distressed and in an unostentatious but practical mannei dispense an Innnense amount of char dty ana relieve untold distress President Sand presided and announced ithtot tour members were on the sick list lint fortunately none were 8n a serious condition Another application was received and will be added to the list that will be initiate on February 21 The committee ar- rangIng for the comic opens to bt given this spring reported satlislac Cory progress being made Furthei time was given the committee Having charge of the annual outing as they were waiting tO hear from the different park managements before naming the date and place After next week the council will meet on Monday night during Lunt as has been the custom for many years FATHER BLENKE Bequeathed His Modest For tune For Church and Charity The will of ifhe laic Fattier Josepl A Blenke whose death wins netted Inn former tissue was filed for probate last Saturday in the Kenton County Court at CoVingiton and awards many bequests ito churches and churl ties Aside front the bequests to his brother priests nnd to Slstor Anna who is made rtflie chief beneficiary in tote Will lh largest bequest ds to his friend the tee Fattier J B Ilelter of Latonia to whom is willed the dead prelates patent on the elec trlc cross oh St Aloysius church Father Keltar is nomad as executor without bond To St Aloysius church is willed 1000 und his books tad library are bequeathed Ito tTie mission nt Kiehmond Bight hun dred dollars is willed too DlRhop Maes to be applied to Ifhe education of young pen for the priesthood and an additional 300 is sot aside for masses for the repose of Father Blenkes soul to be recited in St Aloydius church PROVE FATAL Patrick J limes aged tfiftjifour years who was struck by n train on Friday of last week near the Big Four bridge died from his injuries Tuesday afternoon at the home of his sister 1574 William Street nines was walking on one track and in tapping aside to DHow a train to pass was struck by an engine on mother track lIe vas hurled twenty feet Ills leg was broken several ribs were tfroctuded and he received eternal Injuries Ilines leaves a wife and several children NOTRE DAME FIRST Notre Dame University fees fieuured mother notable history With an eloquent defense of the Florenine rnink Savonarola delivered il a masterful manner Innd with clear cut forceful words Edward F OFJynn carried stay for Notre Dame University ifinstt honors in the annual contest of the Indiana State Orator cal Association in Tomlinson Hall at Indianapolis Oast Friday night The Oaitholie champion made h pro found impression on rthe hundreds of visitors with this wing words and his superiIarltyovor toost of the wanBinine speakers left little doubt of the dev1lonof the judges OFlynn3 oration concerned ttaeu Wdfly 1vth the work of the snon1 of heresyInd w tihl1efQtIaItlon flwraa broUtfiit =MIA rit Wm u a 0 p Jt1 o IQI Womens Mercerized Union Suits Extra fine come in white pink 18andclearance sale price dJC Childrens Fleecelined Vests 18clearanceChildrens Gray Fleecelined Union 39qualityC I00 0 00 Couched In beautiful language whit Introduced the romantic atmosphere of Florence the beautiful the ora den was an admirable composition and under OFlynns elocution became mast convincing General npN iprovnl was expressed concerning tinl decision of the jjudges OFlynn is a bright anti promlsinf intelligent youth whose home is Iii r Butte Mont Ills father is a mine there and with him the son hns worked during the vacations whIle nuking lids way through the great I Caitholic University lIe will be grad i rated next June- JUDGEI I FITZGERALD i The Distinguished Jurist of Court Sitting In Thaw Case Justice James Fitzgerald who pre sides over the court in which Barr I 11 Thaw was brought to trial for the killing of Stanford White is reputed one of the ablest and most impartial jurists of the Supreme Court of New York State lie has been said to re semble exPresident Grover Cleveland or rather to loon a good deal as the latter did about the time hits Governor of the State of New York Judge Fitzgerald was born in County Limerick Ireland in 1851 andl came to tills country with his parents in early boyhood Ills schooling be gun in the old country at a Jesuit in stitution and was continued in Amer ica at the De La Sane Institute and in the public schools of New York city lIe also attended Cooper Insti tute lie was elected a member of the Now York State Assembly in 1873 and having in the meantime taken up the study of law was grad unted in 1880 from the Columbia College law school where he sat un der the instruction of the celebrated Prof Dwight lie was promoted from the Assembly to the Senate in 1882 and his legislative service was marked byspecial devotion to the interests of the schools the national guard and the wage earners of the State lie sewed as an Assistant Dis trict Attorney of New York after his retirement from the Legislature and in 1S89 was elected to the bench of the Court of General Sessions lIe became a Justice of the State Supreme Court in 4808 AMUSEMENTS Three splendid attractions are an nounced for next week at Macauleys I Ludera comic opera success The Grand Mogul with Frank Moulnn and the balance of 13ie original com pany comes first tier three perform Wednesday night ithe fatuous bel11lTllI I Alice Nellson and Sig Campannri 1ftk injr the principal roles Beginning Thursday night and for the rest of the week Louis Tames will appearI hf his old role of Falstaff in The Merry Wives of Windsor Among the several vaudeville acs announced for next week at the Hop kins are the Zazell and Vernon Con pan 5n pantomime IJader Bros and blue Sunbeams in a singing spe ciality the Four Emperors of Musk A 0 Duncan in ventriloquism Elizabeth Murray a singing comedi anne Charles Harris a song and dance comedian and several others together with new kinodromc pic Lures The bill will include some en tirely now and novel turns A genuine treat is in store for lovers of vandevtille ait tJhe Ducking Strum next week Cunning the jail breiaker comes for another engagement and the Star Show Girls wily offer o twoact comedy of mirth and melody New sueoinlties and hand some scenery are also promised which will attract filled houses Under Southern Skies will be tale Wtracrtion till of next week nfc the Masonic with the usual matinees on Tuesday Thursday und Saturday The star in this play is Miss Virginia Pearson a Louisville young woman oho made her stage debut about two years ago i AMERICAN fAVORED An Awodlated Press dispatch saya hat WiBiam E Cook of Independ cnce Iowa has been signally hon oredriby Pope Plus who has consented to give the painter sittings for anntraiit Cook will be the first AmeJtCrt tp ipainit a picture of IBs Mn u- a r eee High Grade Goodsat Popular Prices quality Bleached l WEDS IN OHIO III Romantic EndingI of Iou IsvIIIc Girls Short Visit to Columbus The following dispatch from Coluin bus Ohio was received here with interest Wednesday evening After an acquaintance of only two months Dr Joseph A Thone and Miss Rosalind Wilson were united In marriage in St Marys church at 730 oclock this morning Miss Wil sons home is in Louisville und it was while dishing at the residence of her aunt and uncle Mr and Mrs L L Jacques 180 Itclnliard avenue that she mot her husband tobe Off i tinting at rtlhe marriage was Monsig nor Specht who celebrated high mass In the sanctuary were llev Father Dunne who anted as deacon and Rev Father Berkley subdeacon Fathers Dunne and Berkley were former classmates of the bridegroom The bride wore a gown of pear gray I wStih trimmings of Irish point lace i Misis Maria Tone the bridegrooms sister was maid of honor Following the ceremony there was a wedding breakfast 1t the home of the uncle and aunt of Ithe bride Mr and Mrs Jacques Soon afltenward Dr rand Mrs Thone left for Old Point Comfort Upon their return to Columbus they wiill take up their residence with Mr and Mrs Jacques until their own new homo now in process of eredtion is completed Miss Wilson was educated in the Presentation Academny in Louisville Among the beautiful wedding presents received Iby the bride was a large ohest filled with silver from her grandmother Mrs Castfell of Louisville SOCIAL AND SUPPER For Benefit of St Georges Church Next Monday and Tuesday A Shrovetide social and supper will be given under the auspices of St Georges parish next Monday and Tuesday afternoon and evenings at the school hall Eighteenth and Mag noun streets The famous rosebud dress which was won by Rev Father Weiss at the Good Shepherd fbaaar will be disposed of at this social and will be on exhibition bath even 1U There will be an afternoon both days for the children freeI and can of the congregation for twentyfive cents each which entitle holder to admis loon nnd supper The proceeds Will be donated to St Georges church building fund and the committee in charge expect a large attendance to- assist them in their worthy object FORTUNE HONORED Capt James W Fortune one of the ablest lawyers in Southern Indiana and well known throughout the State was the recipient of marked honors Tuesday night at the Elks tenth anniversary celebration In Jef fersonville Capt Fortune was the first Exalted Ruler of the Jefferson vile lodge and afterward District Deputy After the regular meeting there was a banquet when Capt For tune was presented with a life mem bership land also a magnificent gold card lily popularity eloquence and constant devotion well earned for him the deserved honor from his anltlered brethren WAS A SUCCESS Trinity Councils euchre mid dance last Monday evening was a splendid success an spite of the very inclement weather of that night Art the meet ing on Tuesday Chairman Ed Wulff of itho entertainment committee re ponted thalt there were over sixty tables tin operation at the euchre and a larger number tot the dance that to1hwed The sicIC committee reported George Prettier Henry Stoocker Herman Itesch and A Aans Qioff on the sick Mat Only a short business session was held on account of a great many members toeing tatUgued from their social whirl the 3 r ykiiMi evening n c ar 11- M 1- a 1- e n ah tt It iiS tt tt tt tt tt tt tt tt C tIEFFE4 t INNNM N NNNN M NNMN N 000By reason of being out of the high rent district 4 we are able to SAVE YOU A DOLLAR on each X pair of shoes you buy = c 400 Values for 300 350 Values for 250 == t Haager Shoe Store t 307 WEST JEFFERSON = II 51 BE SURE TO CALL FOR I i L McKENNAWHISKY I II IIIT IS ALWAYS PURE I mmH McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky 1 v a = Ja Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES lUONEY TO LOANCUMB PHONE MAIN 27y Raom II law Bldg Center and Greene 4 xS xSxS i HOTEL HOE MER i HENRY Q HOEMER Proprietor I 15 and 17 West Twelfth St CINCINNATI Parties who intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every con s- JJ venience and comfort to be found in a modern and uptodate i hotel and nt right prices Street cars pass hotel entrance FIRSTCLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION f Boston Dental ParlorsSOO VEST MARKED ST A SET OF TEETH 300 1TEETH Gold Crowns 300 Bridge Work 300 Fillings 50c up Extracting 25c Home Phone 3272 ALL WORK GUARANTEED TEN YEARS tit 3Sx3S SK 3x8S S FOLLO THE CRO DAnd you giviagYOUR UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECIALTY ss GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732- T N SHEPARD Presl lent MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN 3 3 S 3 S S 3 S I FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET JJ F SULLIVAN Manager HEADQUARrE S FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Hinds in Season SpriugLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY IMJ BANNON P BANNONJR H M WOLTRINO R B BANNON Pros Mgr VIcePres Secretary Treasurer F BanoB Sewer Pipei Coioo- Salt PipeBastions for Steam Conduits pJ N Wail Coping Drain Tile Vitrified Street Paving Brick P Fire Proofing Flue e Lining Fire Bricif Grate and Boiler Tile Ground Fire Clay Chimney Tops Lawn Vases Vitrified SidewalK trick OFFICE 508512 W JEFFERSON rTBLEPHONBI573 WORKS isth and Lexington and Magnolia Ave Bet pth and lothT- BLEPHOHB 2833 r wuaeaa u6uruA Au The MASTER BREW Bottle Beers Gilt Edge and Bohemian FOR SALE AT ALL LEADING CAFES THE JOHN KAUFFMAN BREWING CO 1621 AND 1628 VINE STREET CINCINNATI OHIO ROBERT BUCKLBY Traveling Representative lie t t t It I I I ++ I II I t I tt t I It t FINE WlNESOHAIlPAGKJI1 XJQUOKS V QIGl U- A I i