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IIKENTUCKY IRISHI AMERICAN SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS COUNT CREIGHTON In Ills Death the West Loses One of Its Most Gener ous Mon Business Suspended in Omaha as a Tribute to His Memory Great University That Stands- as a Monument to Him Hft FATHER CAME FROM IRELAND As n mark of respect for the late Count John 1C Creighton whose fun eral occurred Saturday all business of every kind was suspended at Oma ha for two hours The banks were closed and for five minutes all Street carw and every piece of machinery In- the city shut Iowa Attending the tfunertil were many Catholic Bishops nnd priests from other States My work 3s not yet finished II liave an mind still further uses for the wealth God has blessed mo with and I hope and trust I shall be spared to carry out my plans This was the statement of John A Crclghton the venerable multimil lionaire philanthropist lat October vhenhe celebrated on one day the seventyfifth anniversary of his birth nnd the fiftieth of his first crossing of the Missouri river by quietly giv ing three large business blocks val tied at a half million dollars ns an additional endowment to Creighton University Within two months he was stricken with pneumonia Lust TJiursday morning he died his work tstill unfinished I I In his death the West loses one of its biggest hcarteid men Ills life had been spent in helping this fellows of less fortunate station and lie died in the belief that his splendid phil an- throp had not readied ample eon summation Among the plans he car ried with him to the grave were the building of an wWition wfliich would 4 JosephsHospUto Ills iwife and the founding of a home for aged women and of an institution to provide living quarters for working girls Each of these institutions was tp be wide in scope und general in its beneficence and withal provided with ample funds for its permanent maintenance on a besis which would make it secure from fiI 4iuuu ia trouble for all luiui to come What Count Creighton owned pales into insignificance with what ihe gave away is the estimate of this Western prince by the man who perhaps knew him better than anyone else Father Dowling President of Creighton University had good reason to understand the whole givingCrelghtn1878 Its conception was Ithat of Edward Creighton the elder brother of John who died in 1874 Ills widow planned to carr Oils wish for n free institution of learning into effect oompiIshlag 130000 antI her executors of whom John A Crel Mon was one by wise Snvestment of this money erected the original college building und left a small endowment amounting in fact la almost the full amount o the be DuringtheCreighton lieu been Its loyal support er In 1892 he built the Edward Creighton Institute where the col leges of law pharmacy and dentistry tire housed Many times during tlm troublesome financial years of the nineties he came to the rescue when the shrinkage in the securities belonging to the institutlon threatened its very existence Sits benefactdons to the university alone aggregate more than 1000000 So that this great institution of learning for Creighton today ranks in size of faculty bind in number of Students among the Qeaaing Roman Catholic universities of the country bunt ns a memorial to thIs brother has be come a mighty monument to himself My only child was the endearing expression which the Count Used in referring to tills great institution of learning for which ihe had done so much The students looked to him as their guiding star Tot1he athletic managers in particular he was a prreqt help for they always knew they couldd conut on him to snake good any deficiency in a trip which visitV kindlyfeelingShowed it in jntany ways But the university is only one of John A TosephsIfospltn1was his memorial to this wife who lied in 1888 Every Sunday unless I wway from home or prevented by u goIngthe inmates with a kind word und distributing candy which Ihe carried becameknownJohn A Creighiton spent the first 0 twentyone years of his life on the fnirm where the was born in Licking county Ohio Ills father had coue from Irelaiwl poor immigrant in 1805 JoJm was the youngest of nine children born October 15 1831 Mter jI hhe death of hto fth r when he be II came poiweMed of jlMmf 33 he tn 1e at 3oaejiiiiget ooaduoted c by the omlnioan Fathers at Somer set Perry county Ohio and studied civil engineering ills college career was cut short ibj the death of his another and he joined his brother Edward and spent the next fifteen years of his life in building icle ffrapihs and railroads and penetrat ing the wiluest parts of the country All his undertakings in Montana anti Nevada were successful He came back to Omaha on the repeated l invitation of Oils brother Ed ward and here renewed the acquaint ance of Miss Sarah Emily Wnreham who was visiting her sister Edward Creighton B wife and a few months later June 0 18G8 in St Phllomenas Cathedral Omaha John A Creighton and Sarah Emily Warelinm were married by Bishop OGorman For sev eral years after this marriage ho en gaged in tOie grocery business with Frank C Morgan as a partner in Omaha mulnlt Cormne Utah nl through Omaha continued to be his residence From shortly bdiore his wedding to the time of Oils loath a period of aboift forty years John A Orcightons ihdnie had been in Omaha and it was luring this tIme that his great wealth was Piled up A few years ago he received 7000000 in I cash from t3ie sale of la Montana dntercstooImsan i 12000000 ASK FOR AID Collection For Indian and Negro Missions in United States Tomorrow in all Vhs Catholic churches throughout the Louisville diocese collections will be taken up for the benefit of the Indian and ne gro missions in the United States These missions are doing great work and there is every reason to believe there will be a generous response to the appeal for aid in their behalf The appeal is issued by Cardinal Gib bons and Archbishops Ryan and Far ley and concludes with the follow ingTo educate any people needs schools and teachers Millions are spent annually to maintain the works we have established in our more flourishing and prosperous centers Millions anore are needed to establish and conduct the work in centers less favored and much more in need of organized effort The Catholic body must worA together to accomplish re suits The clergy by their efforts and lives the laity by furnishing the clergy with means to carry on the work Race prejudice must be put aside nnd our people need to realize tthat within the Chruch lies the road to conduct these simple rude and Ignorant masses to the principles of sound morality true civilization en lightened manhood und ultimate sal vation GOOD WORK Splendid Meeting of Division 1 A O H Cares For the Sick TIle benefits derived from memo bership in the Ancient Order of Hi Ibernians were shown Tuesday night at the meeting of Division 1 when six sick members were promptly cared for There was a splendid attend ance and the utterances of Thomas Walsh Martin Cuslck James Barry and Thomas Dolan wore appreciated Treasurer Joe Lenihan of Division 4 and James Carroll of Division 3 were among the visitors and each contributed to the interest of ithe The failure of the halt com illsIallpoinhnent surance that new quarters would be secured for the Qivision within the next two weeks There was much enthusiasm over the lecture to be delivered at Macau leys tomorrow night by Patrick J mlbernianthat the eloquent lecturer would be greeted by an immense audience Members of tlhe various divisions were urged to secure their seats from John Mulloy or Thomas Keenan and thus oVoid any crowd at the box office The Visiting Committee reported Messrs Martin Dugnn William Claire John Callahan James Doran Thomas Shannon and Patrick Shan non on the sick list though none were in serious condition Their benefits were allowed and the corn mittee will continue to look after their welfare The swine good work in being done by the three other divisions and it is this spirit of friend phlp that gives the A O II its great strength TRINITY COUNCIL The meeting of Trinity Council last Tuesday night was unimportant only routine business being transacted The Aid Society reported progress and made known that officers would be elected Friday night There will be nothing doing at the club house until after Lent DIED AT HOME Maurice Woulfe who last May left flhls city to return to his home at IiDrumad County Limerick Ireland died there recently He wai em ployed by the L 4 N but his health failed j and through the kind efforts of Jolin E Brown and others he asI enabled to return to his native fcnd Ha had nude many friend tiers yfho dftrttn Ji i OWENSBORO Selected For the Next Young Mens Institute Grand Council Resolutions Adopted by Board of Grand Directors Regard ing France Will Take Steps to Promote Harmony and Eliminate Electioneering CONVENTION TO LAST THREE DAYS The meeting of the Board of Grand Directors of the Young Mens Insti tute Kentucky jurisdiction was called to order last Sunday after noon at Mackin Council club house by Chairman Frank G Adams The members present were Fred Arnold of Owensboro Joseph Baker of Our rollton and Joseph L Lciiilian of Louisville the only absentee being George Lawo of Memphis Besides the members of the board there were present Grand President Martin Supreme Director James Shelley President Ben Sand Secretary Edwin C Dawson Charles Eddy Dr Phil Beutel Thomas Garvey and exGrand Secretary George Lautz The books of Secretary Dawson were audited and found to be correct and in excel lent condition with a handsome bal once in the treasury The first iin portant matter presented related to the Church in France and after all present had expressed their views the following resolutions were adopted by a unanimous vote I Whereas The French Government in total disregard of a solemn con tract entered into with the Holy See to which it had pledged its national faith has seized the property of the Cnurch consisting of places of wor ship episcopal residences seminaries of learning hospitals and charitable institutions much of WUilch was ac quired through charitable donations nnd Whereas Under the new association law tile Government undertakes to make the Church its servant by placing tile formers property and af lairs under the control of men hos tile to tile Church and in sympathy with an infidel government and Whereas Under tile guise of sepa rating the Church and State it is at tempting to rescue the human soul from a belief in the future state and to quench the light of heaven in the hearts of the people now be it Resolvedl By the members of tile Board of Grand Directors of the Y M I Kentucky Jurisdiction That in the name of human rights we resent with all the vigor of lovers of free dom and justice the perfidy which legislationchoveI Suprenielontiffsympathy loyalty and support and our cherished hope that tile Church of France will soon arise triumphant over her enemies and take her place AIOslalie I Resolved That to the prelates clergy and devoted Catholic laity under an atheistic government we who enjoy in the fullest sense freedom of conscience and religion ex deprlvaI our hearty condemnation of the sub terfuges of a government wihich would attempt to excite prejudice for its godess measures by false and perfidious tokens i Resolved That these resolutions be spread on the minutes of our meeting that a copy be furnished the press lor publication a copy be sent RaphnclMelTY SupremeSecretaryThe matter of electioneering at Grand Council conventions was taken up after a resolution relating thereto had been introduced toy Joseph Lenl han the discussion of which took up a great part of the time of the ses originalformphrases that did not meet with the approval of the members A sUbst- itute was adopted that will meet the wishes of those who have been dis satisfied over the caucuses and poUt iSjUtaughtiSj Charles Raidy read the report of the Organization Committee which propositionforganizer was reported adversely the beingdeemedcat at this time I A communication from the Mayor YoungMensCouncil convention in that city was read Sarto Council also wanted the convention hold there The invitation was accepted and August 11 12 and 13 were the days sat for the convention wuiich will doubtless be the large t ever held In this jurisdiction Before adjourning the board thanked Mackin for its kind entertainment CENTRAL VEREIN The President of the twelf fl9Ce- Hell thdtbe PrllMltcoo three Gflrinau CktiboNe ehi 11il DulmqWa Imva Ccoiraueicod arrangement for tip V n fD I joint national convention of the Ger man Cwthollgif socleates of America whidli will convene in ithat city for five days next September Ithe exact date having hot yet been set At the same time tlip St Boniface Bund of Iowa will also meet there A general conunititee ofUSO representative Cath olics oftifhe city is to be appointed to see toUie a angements this whole body 4ieiiig divided into numerous yereinll16ldbuque once b fore the occasion hay ing been Iflft en years ago but the event wil dou jtless Ibe well recalledl At lila time tile parade was one of the largest in the history of ithe city hut it is expcc ted that the one in the fall of 1007 will be even larger The nalonal organ izailion has more than doubled in membership since its last convention fliejd ill Dubuque USEFUfi LIFE ENDED William OJCqnncII Was a Polneer Resident of Louisville t tInI away of William OConnclI 1t i1lle5in Friday of last week at his residence 1033 Sixth street Louisville loses another of its respected pioneer citizens and III many friends will long cherish his memory Deceased was born in Ire land eightynine years ago but for over sixty years hud lived here iu1I Louisville As a young man he en gaged in the transfer business which he continued with success until lila retirement somcij rogOHe inar ned in this city and is survived by three sons John William and Rich ard OConnell and two daughters Mrs Bridget Fnhey and Miss Mary OConnell His funerall took place from the Dominican church Sunday afternoon Rev Father Flood O P officiating at the solemn services und n large concourse of neighbors and friends followed the remains to their last resting place in St Louis cemetery The pallbearers were Dennis HInes Nick Carey Henry Seng Matt Brennan Joseph Foley and Michael Hogan I VINCENTIANS Will Be Addressed Tomorrow by Thomas M Mulry of New York For the past two weeks President I Campbell and Secretary Doyle have been busy with preparations for the quarterly meeting of the Louisville conferences of the St Vincent do Paul Society which will be held in St Francis haili at 3 oclock Additional Interest will attach to this meeting front the fact that Thomas M Mul roy of New York President of the Superior Council will be present and deliver an address I The annual reports of all tile conferences will be rend at this meeting which it is expected will be largely at tended Plans for future work will also be discussed and outlined Dur ing the past year the Vlncentians of Louisville have been the means of relieving much distress and this tlhej do in a quiet but effective way Jtis clergymsome splendid addresses are anticipated Tomorrow morning the mem bers of this great charity organization will approach their quarterly corn munion in their respective churches The meeting will be called to order tomorrow promptly at 3 oclock CONVALESCENT Hon Jacob Iloertz who has been ill At his home on Floyd street for tIle past ten days is reported couIj valescent and it is thpugnt he wfllI be able to be out again next I His illness was contracted through exposure at the Lincoln Savings Bank building where he has the eon tract for the brick work Mr Hoertz is one of the best known residents of Louisville and was formerly a mom her of the Kentucky Senate from Jefferson county He was also a member of the School Board and has taken an active part in politics for more than forty years FIRST MASS Rev Henry H Bue wlho was or 1 dalned to the holy priesthod last Saturday celefcraitea his first maSsI Sunday morning in Holy Trinity church at GinttiniMbti Farther Bute Usthe1pJ1tWittw take cfcftrgje of ithe deaf and dumb of tMt r n e I UN BLOODY Battle For Irish Rights to Be Waged in British Legis lative Halls All the World Will Watch With Interest and Sympathy Fate of Ireland Hangs on Pledge of King and Commons PARTY AND PEOPLE TRUST REDMOHD John Redmond has been having a rest from public affairs since Par lament closed renewing his energy for the strenuous session in the corn big Parliament lIe has a great re sponsibility staring him in the face The fate of a nation writes the New York Times Dublin correspondent as it were hangs on his judgment and activity during the next fewI months All the world will watch with interest and sympathy the un that1isof Great Britain Tile lngond Commons of England have as good as pledged themselves that the corn ing session is to be an Irish ole A bill dealing with the government ot Ireland is to be the first and most important measure in tills session Just what it will be worth to Ireland remains to be seen and just what acceptance it will receive from Red I mond and his Spartan band we can not foretell The Irish leader is doubtless thinking over it all by day and dreaming of it by night Of one tILing we may be sure and that is that Redmond will do the right thing and the best thing ills stand will be manly commonsense and patriotic He lies proved himself a patriot and a statesman nn ideal business man par1tyI There are no demagogues in the Irish party going about the country talkj ing big and raising false hopes They rest their credit on what they ha e- aehiecd even during this past year 1il Uc sivetbciroph 1IS notiot alfullal John Dillon the next biggest man IItlIII We have u pledge that this is to be statoImontthe government of leland is to bsII the iifSt and most important ure in this session Now in those addresses we were culled upon to reject With contempt any bill that did not give us the full measure of our demands 1 am not prepared to make any statement at present in reply to that request But what 11 do say is that it is the duty of the flghthardreal advance toward giving the pow1 er und control of Ireland into the 11salong political experience that the I I measure of the goodness of that bill will be in precise proportion to the measure of the unity of the country partyinDillon has not been resting lie has not the strain of responsibility upon 111111 that John Redmond hasII but he has like Redmond the love and trust of the people He lies been working hard outside of Parliament toltlielliI unveiling a splendid monument to Mathew Harris one of the lions of the Land League and a grand old figure in modern Irish history All County Qahvay and County Roscom mon turned out to meet Dillon with bands and banners and fervent ad dresses of welcome No less than eight different organizations addres sed him ceremoniously their particular reasons for help or thanks rhet orically but affectionately express ed and one and all ending with their faith in the legislative Inde pendence of Ireland and soon Dil Jons reply to them all was as varied and affectionate as were their ad dresses To the one unanimous demand for Irish freedom lie replied 1 am as certain as I am of my own existence that if we lire placed in a position to meet the British Govern ment nt the opening of the next ses organized Xllibeshort of all that we should desire will recommend itself to tile corn mon sense of our countrymen as a great instrument to complete the work of the final erpnsolpation of Ireland The measure of the good ness of that bill wil be in precise proportion to the measure of the sllportgivcnI UnityTl Are not the Irish pee pIe united in the demand for Home Rule Yes the Nationalists are and peoplehutspouting like whalesare making a lot of noise and are opposed to Red mond and his party The Unionists out and out and the Orangemen are not doing so much harm for the people know them of old and pay no at tention to them But there is a now group calling themselves extrem data with no partIcularSprogramme except hUting thfi Irish party In Parliament as if it was the cause of all Irelands wrong Onejr of the Parliamentarian1 Stephen Gwynn t 1 the new member for Galway is a committee of one to reason with these impatientbloodKa thorough Irishman eloquent and logical His line oratory is lost on the leaders of this crowd who are interested in the plums already rip ening around them but he is checking their propaganda among the people and that is something to be thankful forThe dropping of the arms act from the statutes of Ireland the passing of the laborers cottage act the town tonnnts net were so quietly and thor oughly effected in one year by the efforts of John Redmond and his co workers that the people feel the ful lest confidence in their promises for the future How we ever got the House of Lords to pass the town ten ants bill is the of the wonders of recentlyTherestatute book in the town tenants act which will be worth hundreds of thousands of pounds to the townspeople of Ireland GOOD IRISH NAME Has the Distinguished Arch bishop of New York John Murphy Farley is the gOod Irish name of a New Yorker who has since become a Monsignor and an Aixflihishop says the Broadway Magazine He is sixtyfive years old now and is at the head of the most im portant diocese in the World tho archdiocese of New York wherein there were over 1000000 Catholics Thirtysix years ago he was ordained in Rome Since tiin his rise has been marked He has been made as sistant to time Pontifical throne At one time Archbishop Farley was as sistant rector of lIthe little Churdh of St Peter on Stolen Island Then he became Secretary Ko Cardinal McClos ke yearsPope berlain with title o Monsignor Vic NewYorktiary Apostoloi Atixllliary Bishop of New York Titular Bishop of Zeng tine andOn the death of Aichbish op Corrigan in May Of90211e was ifirs t apointed administrator then later in tho year the fourth Arch bishop of New York He is a kindly man dignified and courteous a great oynlNewmuch writing though once lie answer ed sonic ungenerous and unjust reniarks of Bishop Potter in the Catholic World ROUSINGWE COME oJrr Will Be Given Grand Pres- Ident Martin Monday Night artlnlwiUVisit Monday night when the mem giveallmnext few months that officer will lcntuckYIjurlsdietian the1guest caunIcUl1uturelIUlereat the meeting of Mackin Council on eightlnewclass of nearly fifty eligible to re tOIllist The committee arranging for spring1reporteebeing made and that a performance would be given that would both oflthaseBlumers address on married life was very interesting and was appreciated by alt present President Sand sprung a little sensation and ap pointed a special committee of investigation whose report will cause DuringLentUienights instead of Tuesday FATtIER HUGHES FUNERAL Philipliugftmesmorning took place Monday at the Sacred Heart Retreat on the New burg road A solemn requiem mass chapelforsermon was preached by the Rev Xavier Sutton of Holy Cross monas tery in Cincinnati After the eerv ices time body was taken to the Tenthstreet station for transfer to prIncipalhousethe body will be interred In the cerme tery belonging to the monastery Father Philip has been a priest for tour years He was o native of New York State His mother Mrs J P Hughes 6 New York City and his brother Rev Ernest Hughes of Washington City arrived here before Father Hughes died His ailment was pneumonia and he had been ill only about a week Ills health was im paired however before hq was taken ill He was an eloquent young priest and had performed efficient mission ary work for the order to which he belonged FAThER LOGANS TRIP Very Rev Father R i1 Logan prior of St Louis Bertwmds church left Thursday evening on a trIp to New- Yovit ami other pont East He ex poets to ibe gone about a week or ten days J I ADMIRABLE Will Be the Lecture of Editor Patrick J Haltigan at Macauleyfl Irishmen In American llovolu tlon and Early Influence In Colonies Views of Irish Valor and Patriotism in Establishment of Republic GUEST OF TilE CATHOLIC CL The grand illustrated lecture Irishmen in the American Revolu tion and Their Early Influence in th Colonies by Patrick J Haltigan o Washington the able editor of thi Macauleyl11leater bring out an immense audience TOie lecture will be under the nusp time Ancient Order of Hibd and the proceeds will be devj the fund for tile relief of membc who are sick or in distress certain DurIflltheover one hundred splendidly coj electric views specially mj him of battles monument forts personages and historic conveying a niost valuable laI the history of the great strrj American freedom and brin in bold relief the valor ana ism of Irishmen in tile estab of this republic The lectd polished orator and handled Soct in an able and convincing ma ncr 1Everywhere it has been dell ered it thus been pronounced a d llghtful inspiration ito young PS1 and has lone much in are strong patriotic interest American organizations tun the country 1 Mr Haltigan wall arrive h evening and will leave Month l ing as lie has sunny otliejT ments to fill Tomorrow lila honor will be given J oloOIubo this city a- miitlceLity ifle Uibernians w have eshlmtomiIngottendlecture cltlzeThatcess is attested by the following c presslon from Rev Patrick Quill i J Professor at Georgetown Unlver sityOnly one word ahd that word is admirable Your lecture was first class I jam not trusting my own judgment Father Pink Father Mc Carthy and Father Brio were de l tQbetteressay was just splendid Your musical interludes were very ap propriate Here is another tribute from Patrick H Gallagher a prominent resi1 dent of Washington and District Sec rotary of the Hibernian orgajf tlon fI can not find adequate wo express my appreciation of splendid lectureIrishmen 1k American Revolution dellverei cently under the auspices of th trlct Board It was intensely estlng and entertaining and Jj fully illustrated The ohlvtp ilImtrioitstime greatUciV a great lesson and should inspifrc youth of our race afc well as L selves The lecture will be introduced wh songiIncludingner Sword of Bunker Hill aac AgainThe 1e will be one of unusual merit and 1l- Ie rendered by Miss Nellie Monron who possesses an exceptionally strong and sweet soprano aieeShe will be accompanied by Prof Vincent Faliai She will render the Star Spangled nnnerDnvid Maloney one of tale best singers in the city will sing the baritone solo and will be accompanied by Prof Leo Schmidt The tenor solo will be rendered toy John J Flynn who ifpr years has been prominent in local musical circles They are certain to please the audience Seats may be secured today 1 il tonight at John Mulloys or Thor Keenans and all who can do should avoid any rush that may our at the box office ESTATE TO CHURCH The Marquis of Barral lies given to the Bishop of Grenobl splendid castle situated near Y- In that diocese to give a hog to the diocesan seminary evicted by tbeFlellchGove NEARLY READY Tadollni the sculptor of ihi umeat to the late Tfpe Leo 2 the Church of St John iatepa promised that the worlc rJ shall tlrely finished byift end oj cut month tmH 4s evpSSk tfftf body tof ithe Pontiff f ViMM leered Iroifl the Vatican tn ihji in that church erly ifl lan 1 u l g114tc v LJII1 AAERICAN ENTUGKY IRISH flMETON oted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans 1TUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers INSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINOLE COPY 50 Entered at the Loulivllle Pottottlee it Secoad Class Hatter Address all Communication to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Greta St TRADES CDUNCIL LOOISVIItB KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16 1907 NAMe WILL LIVE LONG Not the great extent of his wealtl but the used to which rite put it wltl make the name of Count John A remembered iinCreigfhton one long the West To seek a monument to Ills munifIcence it is but necessary for ills spirit as it arises from the gray to look around In Omaha at the nu meroua institutions in the city whlcl bear his name says a writer in th jOinoinnatl Enquirer In addition to besides theWie university which tnaln building includes the observa college The law ry the medical Larnuacy and dentistry schools the ilty building the dormitory Idlng and also St Johns clmrcli m the big Se Josepha Hospital h iuilU the Convent of the Sisters of Poor Clare and some years later rooted a new building for this order at a cost of 40000 During his lifetime 3Hs great phil nrrthropic work received full recogni In 1895 he was created Ii of the Papal Court by Pop tI and previous to this had eJ made a Knight of St Gregory y the Holy See In 1900 a thin donor was bestowed upon him whet the University ofc was selected by e Dame ns the recipient of the medal awarded each yen Vmerican Catholic who mos the church by his works in ise of education or charity Llal was one of Count Creigh Bt valued possessions y and simplicity were two characteristics of this re Lmnn Public honors were jJit by him the gratitude t those wdjom he Hind befriended as a itisfncUon incomparably eater While Otis charities in great i sed through Catholic chan sympathies knew no creed Ufo this desire was to nvoii on dlls death leaves a void natbe soon filled but the d should Ibe emulated by nil 3R FOR PEACE OrframIabor throughout the ed States Is now engaged in u ral abritration treaty to be ed by all the leading powers riding for a periodic peace world iembly the impartial investiga n of all difficulties before hoattll bs are engaged in between nations std the immunity of private prop arty at sea in Limo of war Thus movement was started by the American Federation of Labor nt the Minneapolis convention last November President Gompers declares that the trade union movement fromI its inception has been WILl It recognizes that though others may tall the brunt of war is borne by the working people not inly upon the battlefield but also ie bprdens which war entails In lenail wars he says have become j fctructivo to human life and ty that the world ds shocked center to circumference at the lusts witnessed Jn battle While iy not be a practical proposl to ask for immediatte disarma Ijjy all countries the time and floe of our peoples surely inat tIe extraordinary in r in the n tIled and nasal forces bloat and restricted rather than nded and Extended pins of lthe resolution adopted ere sent toj preswelvt Roosevelt hois afefrough accord with theI I ortovement and Secretary Root ann to all labor unions affiliated withIIlOi American Federation The ffent has promised to use his influ ence to lirjng about the negotiations I of a general arbitration treaty and IraS already appointed delegates to the second Hague Conference which I wilt meet soon Before the American I delegates leave this country to take part lii the peace conference Secretary Jlodt will instruct them to en de vor to bring about the result vfltfcli American organized labor is trying rtp aohleve- SOCIMI4ISM DISPROVED event happenings in Europe ore wlng haw false have been the fries and precepts of the Social EspeciaMy so libs this been the in Germany where the disciples art Marx have been disproved J prosdeliasJIk The wages of time working aye increased and instead of it more small tradesmen Ifcer WieileW Marx taught oaitli in1 Slowly becoming izod Oisnedo their logical nllj hfe ttaeWiifct s ohwed some kG Nillithe wssldk of 6e wottkl M f fc rd Inks- dMxef cinoarlhwi 1Do1 hatyYdie I rest of the people of the earth would II i preceptsichance no opportunity or possibiiit of ever bettering this condition but must always stay Sn the state Itto which he was born For the SIInnll tradesman Marx also held out no hope Ills business must constant decrease uritil eventually he wns forced out of it altogether Writers and economists are fast becoming convinced that Socialism is fund mentally impractical and this is sure to be recognized when the spread of knowledge becomes more broad find the general education of the ipeopl of any country readies a highe plane RICHES WITHOUT INFLUENCE Financial strength in an indlvldut should not be a sign of weakness as- a social factor but that It often proves so especially in large cities is the assertion of the North America Review Men who are not Socialist but have thought seriously upon the problems involved in the present at tltude of labor and capital in thb country often contrast the influent today of large capitalists with those of the past Formerly the man of large estate acted as a balance wheel in the community Even If he did not contribute generously of his means to the public good like Peter Coopei for instance he managed his privnt affairs in a way to foster genera I progress He sought to have his em ployes prosperous and satisfied lIe kept work going on sometimes when it was a losing game for him but 0 benefit to his fellow men and to so cietyIt is often pointed out that the sons and heirs of the old school of public spirited men do not follow in the footsteps of their fathers Toi often it seems they use their wealtl solely for private ends If it increase3 nobody but themselves gets tho benefit of that growth In the long run the community will not respect the mere power that goes with wealth A return by that power to society is expected It should always hi found working on the side of good for solid progress There would be no thought of taxing wealth if wealth taxed itself a mere tithe for the general good The money prince whi does that has influence with the pub lie The money getter who dodges his obligations outlaws himself Ills influence ds wholly negative Tin people rally to the man who has pub lie spirit and backs it up English prejudice still exists against this country Only last week one of the foremost of their students of sociology and political economy admitted that Americans are looked upon in England as a race of brag garts lacking education refinement courtesy and culture and able only to make money And they will never know how mistaken they ore while VVhitelaw Reid represents this coun try at St James Court Too much yf his time is devoted to paying horn age to DrLtlsllnun1ee ism and pro fessions of love for the mother Country Treacherous England still ibhbrs us and would hall our down rail King Edward made reference t- Ihome rule for Ireland in his speech iJrom the throne when Parliament opened Tuesday but to what extent we have not been able ito learn from the reports thus far received Intinn IIlon has been made hovever thus ille legislation for Ireland may be Interfered with by the movement lireatened for tine abolition of the louse of Lords But the fact re mains that solemn promises were made the Irish leaders that their de tends for Ireland would be given precedence at this session and there hi yet reason for the hope that the ledge will be kept The South ICarolina Legislature has assed the bill killing the State dispensary system thus ending the most nique experiment for controlling the qwor traffic ever made in the United States Under this system fraud and corruption have increased and several State agents are to be proceeded against in the criminal Darts Cinclnlnaball Cammis3ion ml candidate for resident of the American Bowling CongreSS carries the typographical union working card all the time rrtter bowlers will therefore get- ou and work for Ura This year Palm Sunday falls on arch 24 look Friday on iCareh 29- aRcl 35aster Ayo Math 31 Every good OaUudk sbduld make a s otj worthy communion preparatory to thI fitting observance of these three days VILATTE A Religious Chameleon Wh Wants to Be Schis matic Pope The conflict between the Frenc Government anti the Church has hnd no more amazing episode than the attempt of Jose Rene Vilatte to setup a schismatic French church wit hint at its head Vilatte is an nn principled man and is well known iiin this country where he plotted for years to gain Title and power As tIle papers have so much to say of him In France it is well to give a synod sis of his varied and dlsgracofu career He was born in 1854 in Paris and during the past twentysix year he has played the following role 1880 Goes to Canada becomes a candidate for the Roman Catholic priesthood The priesthood denies him Becomes a Methodist Turn Homan Catholic three weeks later Rejoins Methodists a week later and becomes a teacher Again become a Itoman Catholic then a Prosby tertian then a Congregationalist nnd again a Presbyterian 1883Interests Bishop Brown of the Episcopal Diocese of FondduLac Wis In his mission work among foreigners there 1884 Becomes a follower of Per Hyaclnthe and Old Catholics 1885 Ordained a priest in the Old Catholic Church by Bishop Herzog at Berne Switzerland returns to Wit consist and resumes mission work 1891 Intrigues to become a Blsho of the Episcopal Church and foils 1892Is consecrated Archbishoj of America by Archbishop Alvare in Colombo Ceylon 1803 Returns to Wisconsin and starts intrigue to become head of the Old Catholics in America 1894 Begins negotiations ith Bishop Messmer to return to the Roman Catholic Church 1898 Old Catholic Bishops repudl ate him lIe again offers to becom a Roman Catholic Causes scanda in England by ordaining Fathe Ignatius of the Anglican Church priest 1899 Seclos a reconciliation with Roman Catholic Church Ills offe is rofused 1901 Reappears in Montreal and again offers to jobin Roman Catholl Church 1902 Starts a Polish schlsmatl church in Detroit Midi Ills congregation expels Mm- 190tIteapplars In Paris and start office for ordination of priests 1900 Engages in a controversyy with Roman Catholic clergy of Paris 1907 Starts French schismaiu church In Paris What a church it would be wits such ahead RICHEST INDULOENCE The richest of all indulgence granted to beads are the Dominican The difficulty usually experienced or at least expressed by many pies been done away with the obligation Of saying at least five decades unlnter ruptedly Rosarians enjoyed one ex ception to this and that only in tot discharge of their weekly obligation the recitation of the fifteen rays tonics In saying these Rosarian were allowed Ito recite them jlecad lhy decade at their convenience dur hug tine week Plus X in audience of October Re1UJMlnthof the Dominicans the privilege of dividing the Rosary decade by decade to every recitation of the beads by members of the Rosary Confra ternity and at the sane time tIll Holy Father declared that all indul gences granted to the Dominican beads may be gained in such n reel tation These observations are to be made First that this concession is made only in favor of Rosarians second that least a decade must be said atone time whereby a fifth of all in lulpences granted to the recitation jf Iheifire mysteries may be gained third that it is advisable for all the Faithful to become Rosarians thereby Inking advantage of this concession To become a member of the Rosary Jonfraterriity there is but one condi Ion to have your name inscribed in xny place where the Confraternity Is canonically established Tie obli rations arising are twofold First to have your beads blessed by a Dominican or by n prJeat authorized ito give the Dominican Messing sec- Ond to say the fifteen mysteries weekly There arc no initiation fees no dues no offerings of any kind nor arc they expected The solo objects to extend the prayer of the Rosary iIrtfluencing the lives of time faithful for better and holier things HIS READY WIT An amusing incident dn the life of ordinal Gibbons ds illustrative of his readytwit in extrictlng himself from an embarrassing position The nstance referred to took place In avunnah about a ycftr after he bras ppolnted Cardinal and the occasion wns time dedication of a new church Onthe morning of the ceremony as lishop Gross pad Cardinal Gibbous wero awaiting the summons to proceed a messenger hurried to them lying that two negro societies had formd in line and he was fearful for the reception they would receive at the hands of the Southerners Qlulck us a oasis the tactful and resourceful Cardinal ordered the airmi and er of the companies ito be rought before him When the tender appeared he was instructed to hnv hits followrs act as bodyguard for the Cardinal and the Bishop In his capaeltythey didjiot offend the Southerners but few of whom ever new how sdroutlythe Cardinal had stricated tlmself iron the predicm ment Dont kick dont rrumbledont- c yourbrothersshortcomingsit rraeloula d forgiving I hsalw w b It IwAa 8 SOGIETY i Henry Beaten is expected tome Ito- day from a trip to New York City Miss Ada Dillon left last week for a two months visit at Tucson ArIz Mrs D M Caldwell of Carrollto has been spending the week with friends here Miss Ella Broderick has gone tn West Tennessee to visit Mr and Irs T K Broderick Misses Margaret and Winifred Floh erty left Tuesday for New York to spend two weeks Miss Matiic Whelan has been visiting with her mother Mrs J 3 IWhelan at Stithton George B McManama has returned from a visit to his sister Mrs Jamcs Robinson near Perryvllle Miss Annette Ragglo who has been the guest of Miss Elizabeth Saute will leave today for Memphis Miss Alice OConnor who is visiting her aunt Mrs Henry Tuley will return to Haittford Conn next Dr E L Carpenter who has been ill ifor several weeks was reported to be In a very critical condition ThursdayMr Mrs E OConnor have one to their home at Charlestown Ind after a pleasant visit with Mrs I M Murphy Miss Mollie Mackic of South Louisville had for her guest this week her motherinlaw Mrs D JV Macki of Morland Ky Barney Flynn of West Iarleet street left Wednesday for Martin vile to recuperate from an tittack of rheumatism John P Deely of Portland wall among those from this city who we in New Orleans during the Iarrll Gras festivities Jirs Delia Allen of New Alban has just returned from a weeks visit to Pewee Valley where she was the guest of Mr and Mrs Charles Schn ber Mrs Thomas Murphy and claugMcr Virginia returned the first of thl week from Charlestown Ind whey they spent several days with rela tires The many friends of Ferguso Iltley 1117 West Broadway will be pleased to know that he is able to be out again after a severe attac of grip Mrs James Reillyof 0 street bnR been spending tine week in New Orleans attending the Mardi Gras cob bration and visiting Mrs WI11 Deitsch The many friends of Walter Lin coin the well known attorney awl be glad to learn that he has nlmos entirely recovered irom a weeks 11 ness of the grip Misses Emma and Bessie Flshe entertained the Young Ladies Euchr Olub at their home Monday evening the last meeting this popular club will have until after Lent Mr and Mrs J B Wathen amI daughters Misses Eleanor and Mar garet Wathen left yesterday for Palm Beach and Nassan Fla to spend the rest of the winter Mrs Katie C Costigan left Wednes day for New York to be gone ten days She will visit the lending mull finery Importers and make nuineroiii selections for her local friends Clarence Birch McDonald and bride have i returned from a two weeks honeymoon trip to the principa Eastern cities and are at home tc their friends at 2429 DanK street George H Naber of time Bernheln Oiatllllng Company was pleasantly surprIsed Tuesday a little tenpounc boy arriving at This home to help him participate in the Mardi Gras carni ral Frank Manley Stationkeeper for the Fifth police district who hat been seriously 111 with the grip at hit lome 208 West Walnut street is resorted as on the way toward reo wvery Mrs Patrick Kelly who underwent a surgical operation was able last Trlday to be removed to her home 717 FAst Chestnut street where she is making favorable progress toward recovery A young son arrived at the home of Mr and Mrs Will Gavin of Logan treat last Sunday and ho will prob ably be christened Thomas as he esembles his good looking uncle homas J Gavin Misses Edna and Nell Burgess who were members of a house partyat he Rapier home in New Haven last week were guests of honor at a banquet given Friday evening by the Young Mens Institute of that place Miss Birdie Finegan of 1130 Sixth treat has been ill for the past set eral days with an attack of grip 10Uss Nellie Finegan her elder sister is convalescing from her recent ill ness and expects to be able to be out text week The many friends of Miss Kdth tine Cullivan 512 East Main street Now Albany who was 111 of typhoid ever and for a time was thought to- be in an extremely critical condition wtUl be rejoiced to learn that she has almost entirely recovered The many friends and acquaint noes of Miss Maggie Burke will be leased ito learn that she is rapidly recoverIng from her recent illness and is now convalescent at the resl enoe of her sister Mrp Meyer H iilpp 310 East Ohestnu t street A delightful fitirprfc party was triver to Miee Julia L Menahan in hrior OfherblrMldyJ frta o pres- eot W8N Defesas Maoili CatBi Ida tt jSocrrrrsssfor ooooN 4 N NSNSNSMSNtNSNS ISNS SNNS S1SNSIS SNSS oorwrororr S SNStNSNSNS S SNS r S iN =A t t C1VJUS YOUR ORDERSt- i AAyyi vo IT yy 2F1 tA L AmericanBTfItt1OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET t A Xy M N N 5rN NN N N N NNN N NN N N NIN N N N NINN N N NIN NMN NINN N M NNN MN N NINN N N 1 0000Minogue Lizzie fonahan Nora Cain Julia Monohan and ifessrs Dennie Crodell Henry Creason Donald M Donald Willie Monahan Dugan Ba lard and Thomas Cain Martin J Dugan who has been iut Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital for the past ten days suffering from a severe attack of typhoid fever has been pronounced out of danger to1 the great relief of his many friend For several days his condition was looked upon as extremely critical George End and bride who WitS Miss Annie Mansfield have gone to- I housekeeping in a cozy home on HIgh I avenue where they are at home Ito- their friends They were married iat- trite Church of Our tidy in the pre ence of a large gathering of friend I The bride is the daughter of Tohn Mansfield one of the oldest and best known Hibernians in the West Eml Mr and John F Oetken entertalnc their dinner club at their home on Oak street in New Albany 1ast Sunday afternoon The guests were Mr and Mrs H F Hoeger and M and Mrs J M Treece of Louisyill and Mr and Mrs Walter M Klarc and daughter of New Albany All present enjoyed the feast preparedI for them and spent a most delightful evening ASSESSOR THANKED The Jefferson County Board of Ar sessment and Equalization complete its labors OJK adjourned last Satul I day after having been in sessio thirty days Assessor Adams and hIs deputies were extremely careful sit their assessments which gave genet al satisfaction yet taxable value were advanced more than 1300000 passedIresolutions I flue years work I IFATER RAFPO STRICKEN I Irlle news that the Rev Fathe Charles P Raffo had been strickei with the grip wits everywhere reo celv d with expressions of sincere regret For a week he has been confined to his room at the rectory of I St Charle church and while he 113- quite sick his condition is not regard- edj as at all alarmIng Father Undo is one of the best known priests in Kentucky and everybody will hopi for his opeedy recovery JUDGE GOES SOUTH Judge John McCann of the CIty Courlt left Monday night for Palm Bench Fla where he will spend a month in the hope of regaining his health For several iweeks the Judge has been ill and unable to attend court and it is thought the trip South will soon effedt his entire re covery During his absence James P Edwards will preside over the Police Court TOURING PALESTINE Letters were received here thf week from Mrs Winifred OConnor written from Palestine With her sons William and James she is making a dour months tour of Europe From Palestine they will go tt Naples Venice Rome Paris Berlin then to Ireland and home arriving ere the latter part of April Alt are in excellent health and enjoying the long trip SCHOOLTEACHER DEAD Oflcancercam Mrs Loran had been identified ivith the public schools in this city and was u well known educator Sha is survived iby her husband John C jornn Deputy Court Indexer and our children two boys and two girls One of the latter lives in Mex co The funeral took place on Monday from the Cathedral of the AssumptionRELIEF FOR PRANCE thenommitteoI elebration of time jublee of his entry into the priesthood The Pontiff aid that if he had his own way he privatelyinprl1yerof the church ho would submit to whatever arrangements were made riding that what remained from the fferings on the occasion of his jubleo would be devoted to the relief of the- poor French dioceses Keep your word keep out of debt keepgood company seep your own lntlsel i- II SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O IID- IVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourtn Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas D Clines Vice President James J I ilkelh Recording Secretary Thoma Keenan Jr- Financial SecretoryP J Cusicl I Courthouse TreasurerCharles J Finegan SergeantatannsJames Doran I IDIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Frlda Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Treasurer Owen Keiran Recording secretaryJoseph T Lynch Financial Secretary John T Kean ey DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thursday evenings of Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and UalnPresillentJames Coleman Vice PresIdentPhil Cavanaugh v Recording Secretary John Morrli Financial Secretary John Hessioi 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty SergeantntarmsThomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wed nesday Evenings of Each Month President Joseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl liott Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial ecretaryR E OSulll van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Connelly SergeantatArms Robert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County President Louis Constan tinePresidentJohn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording Secretary T OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy I TreasurerMichael Kinney I Marshall M Garrity Banner Bearer J G Cole Y L X MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenlgs at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentBen J 3and First Vice President John T Ken neySecond Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahanRecording Secretary Ben Reed Financial SecretaryFrank G Adams 2141 Rowel street Corresponding Secretary Fred ZahnTreasurerDaniel W Weber Marshal John Humphrey Inside Sentinel Adolphus Andriot Outside Sentinel George Bartsch RIVALS Thomas Noon and Joseph P Taylor In Hibernian Contest President James Coleman and the members of Division 3 A O H arc jubilant over the results consequent upon the change of meeting place to Seventeenth and Main There was regularIand Josph P Tyler who arc in securing new menbers The Literary Committee had quite a surprise for the members who were enter ained wdth a splendid address by hate President George Butler a solo I br Thomas Keenan Jr and a reei ation by James Carroll after which igars were passed around A letter rom County President Murphy nnounced the appointment of Magis rate P T Sullivan as Deputy for tlvieion 3 which was received with much favor The application of Michael Deneen was received and quite an amount of other business ransactcd The new administration of Division 3 has started off well and iti is the intention to make the meet dngs OH instructive and entertaining s any held in the city CATHOLIC INDIANS The large and constantly growing umbel of Catholic Indians attending rUle United States Indian School at arltele has wade necessary the ap ointanent ofsa curate ito Fatter Gau ST1ie CathbKc Indiana there TTT y MACRULEYS Monday andWednesdayEZRA KENDALL InIISweli Elegant Jonesr Thursday Friday and Saturday evenings and Saturday matinee Dorothy Vernon of Haddon H- allHOPKINSHIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY Weak Beginning Sunday Feb 17 4HARVEYS4 Sensational Artists on the Tight Wire DurandTrioDonnieFarleyKochlynrolhersjl XTRAlAIBELMAN Iouisvle favorites In A lilt of Vaudeville PRICESEvenlng 10 to 75 cents Matinee Best Seat In House 25 cents BUCKINGHAMMATINEE Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Feb 17 THE REAL LEADER OF THEM ALL THE CHAMPAGNE GIRLS An all star burlesque and vaudeville aggregation Funny comedians tuneful music pretty costumes elaborate stage felting The best show on the road +ii+ii1 i1++ Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CREAM CO MANUFACTURERS OP PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We bavetour own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on time competitors 627633 EIGHTH ST I TELEPHONE 28- 63SOWDERS FISH CO FOR PURE OYSTERS NO WATER NO PRESERVATIVE 151 W JEFFERSON ST That the Wall Plaster we manufacture is used for plastering houses It ia guar anteed to make a good bard job and can 1 Ibe applied one day and finished the Zero weather will not affect the material if kept from freezing three hours Get our quotations and save moneyKentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 KyAlso I tel Plant Jeffereonville Ind Phone 655 Rarrlsburgdiocesfor the inaJntainencc of St Katherine Hall and the work of the eehool Father OCallehan1 Sluanahan of Harrisburgto the curateshlp and hereafter addi tional services mill bo held la tiedhurfcb there I 1r- n a ESMa fCliiqNti7cn MACAULEY3 THEATRE SUNDAY FEB 17 Grand Illustrated Lecture ON Irishmen in tthe American Revolution and Their Early Influence in the Colonies BY PATRICK J HALTIGAN EDITOR NATIONAL HIBERNIAN I1 Lecture fInterspersed with patriotic Irish and American songs showing over 100 splendidly colored stereopticon views specially made for this lecture of Battles Monuments Ships Forts Personages and Historic Places conveying a most val 4uable 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 Republic UNDER AUSPICES DIVISION J A O H TICKETS 125 GTS RESERVED SEATS GO OTS nyyyy Hnnpuu Mulloys Delicious Coffees Roasted daily and delivered fresh to your kitchen insure a uniform taste and flavor which varies in in ferior grades All qualities all pure and fresh A specialone of our most popular numbersat 3 Lbs for 50c Black Green or Mixed Tea45c- We lire still giving the Rebate Tickets One with each 25c purchase an extra inducement to trade with- COFFER MTTLLOY9ROASTER I HomePbontijij said W JVIAieJCBT TrZI5J5T g 8ffJX8 iiLAKE SHORE BRAND Elgin Creamery Butter PURE WHOLESOME NUTRITIOUS The Best to be found Ask your Grocer to get it for you OHAS WIGG1NTONSole 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 roost reasonable prices Call and see our display of Handsome Silverware BRUNN THE JEWELER 530 West Market Street AGAIN WE OFFER TO PROVE That the Pianos on our floor are sold lower than those of any other firm The reasons for this are plain Larg est volume of business in the South is conducted here Buying in large lots and selling rapidly enables us to make closer prices See us about it MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated O a86t3O PURTII AVENUE 880000X8S 00 + 0009 TUB Giias fl Rogers BOOK GO i+ PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE t Give us a cal and inspect our line of goOds They are the affinest of their kind in the city TO BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES OF EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 w Jefierson Street 800 + + + 0003000 + + I HEATING STOVES COAL RANGES and COOK STOVES Our assortment for this season is the choicest we have ever had and almost all of our stock is Home Manu- factureQEHER Be SON 217 West Market Street Shorthandan TypewritingIIiWkltei lellabk System as taught at this institution is a valuable acquisition to any person A stepping stone to success Secures the best employment Spencerian graduates are always in demand Pu firCOMMERCIAL SCHOOL SliereMea6ASK FOR L ALLS ON CITEVERYWHERE KOME PHONE 7SM CUM fONf WEST i9- ri c r1 r- tiu1 I Satisfac tion or YourMoney Back Coats and Shirts19 New Covert i Coatsi The short box coats and tight fitting styles will be much in evidence this spring Weareshowing them in all sizes Some are satin others silk lined The make and finish of our coats vie with high o class tailormade work and are priced very reasonably Prices CENTRAL COMMITTEE Will Ncxt Month Arrange For Annual Public Parade As the terms of many delegates to the Central Committee expire this month there was but n small attend anti at the monthly meeting held Friday night in St Marys Hall Presi dent McGinn presided and called at tention to the near approach of the time for the anmverslty celebration and public parade of the Catholic Knights of America After some dls otission it was decided to take no action until trite Marcn meeting when all the new delegates will have been received After the reading of sev eral communications Patrick Holley and Joint Schalda addressed the meet ing both imparting information that was of much interest to those pres ent The 1eBident will name the various standing committees at the next meeting and then it is the In tentlon to visit nIl the Ibrtintihes in the JVilIs Cities During the poet year the Catholic Knights of America have made steady progress in Kentucky and ou earnest effort will be node ito greatly increase the mem bership during 1007 The period for taking iti members under the advan tageous offer mule last fall has been extended to March 30 i HIS KIND ACT Generous Gift of Michigan Protestant to Catholic Orphans The all absoriring Itopic in SterJing i Mich Is the kind taut of charity that Commodore C Sterling did for this orphans of St Francis Home Mr Sterling and Ills daughter Miss Ada Mae vefK about to leave for an extended European trip and instead ot giving a grand farewell dinner to his own circle of friends he gave a magnificent banquelt to the orphans of St Francis Home to the Sisters hav ring charge of tone asylum and to the Catholic clergymen of the city Thursday evening will be ever n memorable event for the little boys of St Francis Jfome for at 0 oclock they sat down to u banquet in the armory that was second Ho none ever given in the city The waiters who SoW that they were well served was their genial host and benefactor Commodore Sterling who was ossist ed1 byflils two daughter Mrs Thorn ton Dixon and Ada Mae by his son William Jr and by his sonlnTaw lion Thornton Di on nnd by Itnvo or three more young ladies picked from Monroe most exclusive society After the little ones JIM done jus tice to the good things provided the Commodore arose and In a few words hauled the boys a sack contaIning SOO In gold saying Take this gift to your beloved Bishop and tell him Iit is your own offering for tJie beau tifnl home ithait he is building for you in Ms home city Detroit MEN OET MORE PAY The employes of the Louisville Hallway Company received a most I agreeable surprise Oils week Last Saturday the Directors met and rot1 ed the men an increase in pay that will amount to over 00000 a year the order to go into elect at the end of this month What gives most sat dfifactlon Is the iaot that all em ployes without regardIto length ot service are affected by the increase width was purely voluntary It Is tills kind of treatment tlrnt creates the friendly feeling that exists between this company and Its men I LOCATES IN ARIZONA Frank Jlogan for years prominent j ln Jeffersonvllle Catholic circles and a popular clerk dn the car worlca has located in Arizona and his wife Ja now arranging to join him lu the car work Mr Hogan1t became affllotwl with lung trouble find wentto Texas where for scene tame he was ins critical condttipn I Uecently Ive went to sVTliowa WheT lie tseegred oa postMan ftvjlh a copper mining company and Ml jheftlOi 3 afi Intprovea 4o isueh an extentbbat lie lien tidy lib wife He 11M a a wideU u 000000High GradeGoods Goodsat PopularPrices II New Dress i SkirtsPla- ited l Istyles III Dress Skirts 0will be as popular as ever this spring Our showing comprises a j stylesj0 01 j are up to date in every particular f they were made with care to hang 0- ii well All sizes and lengths Prices I1 498 to 798 298 to 698 0 While- ihnpioyed circle of friends wto will be glad to learn of his improved condition IN LIFES PRIME Mrs Mark Ryan Is Cut Down By Deaths Ruthless t Hand I I Mrs Mary Ryan wife of Marl Uyiau n Deputy in the Circuit Clerks office and who is an active member of the Vincentlans passed away Friday afternoon at the family real hence 1848 Portland avenue Mrs Ryan was a daughter of Mrs Bridget Burke and was one of the West Ends most kindly and popular young ma irons Besides her husband hers c aged mother and two sisters Annie and Sallle Burke are loft to mourn her loss The funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at St Patricks and tie long line of carriages which followed the remains to St Louis cemetery attested the es teens in which she was held RECENT DEATHS Martin Kelly a well known em ploye of the L K Railroad Com pany dlJtat his home 1119 Maple street afiiirday evening nnd Ills fu neral took place Tuesday from the Sacred Heartchurch ii The funeral of George H Alexan der one of Louisvilles foremost citizens who died at Asheville N C took place Thursday morning from St Louis Bertrnnds church where a solemn Jiigh mass of requiem was celebrated for the repose of his soul An unusually large number attended the service I The ninny fiends of Mrs Ellen Cor- coran were greatly shocked when they learned of her death which oc curred Thursday morning at her home 1848 High street Mrs Cor- coran was n most estimable womankind to her neighbors nnd always ready to assist the poor and unfor tunate She came to this city from Ireland and ifor ninny years was a devout member of St Patricks church where her funeral will take place this morning Mrs Corcoran is survived by one daughter Miss Mary Corcoran State President of the Hibernian Ladies Auxiliary and one son Jerry Corcoran for whom there is felt the most sincere sympathy In their bereavement Miss Josie Ileardon twentyone years old one of ithe most popular girls in St Louis Bertrands parish died of pneumonia Tuesday morning at the home of flier parents Mr and Mrs Michael Ileardon life Oldham street She was a great favorite in her circle her many pleasing traits of character winning the friendship of all with whom she came in con tact The Ladles Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians of i which she was u member visited the house In n body Wednesday evening as a mark of respect and recited the prayers for the dead Her funeral took place Thursday morning from the Dominican church and was at tended by I large number of mourn ing relatives and HURT frlenllsII Mrs A Cummins who was thought to be fatally hurt Is resting easy at her home 1500 Quincy street She was returning front the barn to her house when she fell on the icy pavement In falling she twisted her unconscious1She covered m hat had happened When medical lId reached her it was found that the accident lied resulted in par tint parlysis of the lower limbs WILL TOUR EUROPE Roy 1 robouS the well known I chaffeur tint automobile expert will leave today WWI a party for New York andl from there will sail for Naples Italy where ho will conduct the party on ill automobile trip througl Europe MT McDoubalhttvlw sMppcA tirc atfoipotoile from this of yteo tQ Napl the start ing point lie many friends and ac quaintjuuce here wish toinv a successful trip a rla wte return u C o e- NEWPORT Hibernians Have Irish Mem bcr of Parliament as Guest Tne Ancient Order of Hibernians and Ladles Auxiliary of Newport last week celebrated their first anniver sary with a banquet at Hayrnans Hall Fifth and Monmouth streets having as their honored guest Thomas M Kettle member of the British Parliament from County Ty rone Ireland Seventyfive members sat down to the banquet Thomas M Disldn President of the Newport division officiated as toastmaster and introduced Mr Kettle who said in part I presume you know that some prominent Irishmen of Cincinnati did not want me there I came all the same and they had to make the best of it We talked the matter over Sunday at the Burnett House and found it was all due to a misunderstanding Tn Invitation was then extended the division and auxiliary to be pres ent at the public meeting to be held at the Odeon in Cincinnati on Friday evening There was tU large and appreciative audience and a handsome sum was contributed to the fund for carrying on the campaign for liome rule fn Ireland BISHOP MFAUL Makes Parochial School Plea and Asks For State Aid Following his letter of last year on The Christian Home Bishop James A McFaul head of the Diocese of Trenton has just issued another pas toral epistle on The Christian School These letters ore read in I each of the churches of the diocese every Sunday during Lent The pres I eat one makes a plea for State aid for parochial schools He urges that I there should be higher aim than the mere intellectual education of chit dren and contends that in this re spect the public schools do not go far enough He says The State may furnish education providing it does not infringe on the parents It ds undeniable that the State does not supply suflcient classroom not only for the Catholics now in the parish schools but for the non Catholic population There is not room for our children in the public schools and we could not patronize them if there was We can not use a system which bars religious instruction I It is unjust to tax pea pie for what they can not conscientiously use He asserts that the pardchiol schools save the nation 18100990239 per year in Its educational outlay WENT TO CHURCH On account of the regular meeting of Division 4 A 0 H falling on Ash Wednesday there was only a small attendance Wednesday night as a majority of the members were at tending church services President Joseph P McGinn presided and John Hennessy acted Vice President in the absence of Steve MoEllIatt The hall committee reported that they were negotiating riOT a meeting Place In Llederlcran Hall The sick commit tee reported William Bolger William Connolly James Kenealey and Charles Callahan on the sick list HEAD OF CENT Bow many have always thought that the head on the ordinary copper cent is that of an Indian Look again It is the face of a girl of twelve years Sarah Longacre In 1835 the Government offered a handsome prize for a design for the new copper coin about to be used James Burton Longacre was the chief en graver in the United States mint at Philadelphia atH for months racked his brain for a design An Indian chief came to fiie mint saw the- twelveyearoldalhter of the en graver plajvilljr placed his feather headgear on her head The effect was striking1 The father sketched the pretty face beneath tao feathers submitted the design and won over a thousand coiipetltorsi xoxoB-y A reason of being out of the high rent district we are able to SAVE YOU A on each Ijl pair of shoes you buy 400 Values for 300 1 350 Values for 250 Haager Shoe Store i 307 WEST JEFFERSON I N 1 N NNON NS N MNNSA N N N NNN MN N1 M N NNNNN NNNM N NN N N N NNON N N N0 5ft BE SURE TO CALL FORII jWIIISKY4j1j IT ALWAYS PURE II- utt McKenna Distiller Fairfield Ky Albert T Schranz Co REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRAN- CHESMONFO LOANCUMBo PHONE MAIN 27y Room I law BrjgM Center and Green 3 x s xs 3 sxs4x 1111 HOTEL HOEMER III HENRY G HOEMEft Proprietor I 15 and 17 West Twelfth St CINCINNATI I Parties who intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every con J uptodatehotel jj I FIRSTCLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION f Boston Dental Parlors VEST MARIIiT ST A SET OF TEETH 300 DOLLAR IS H 206 1TEETHGold Crowns 300 Bridge Work 300 Fillings 50c up Extracting 25c Home Phone 3272 ALL WORK GUARANTEED TEN YEARS P OIOW THE CROVVD And you givlugYOUR UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated J HAND WORK A SPECIALTY ss GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED I BOTH PHONES 1188493732 T N SHEPARD President MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET NEAR GREEN 4348s 4x e4 Sx K3 FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager IJEADQUARrERS FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season SpringLambcity We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY M BANNOHPrtt Kentucky VitrthodEriok11le- nnufEtoturerss CD INCORPORATED of VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W Jefferson St Works Magnolia AYe Bet 9th and 10th TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 DRJTCHAWKS Veterinary Infirmary and Horse Shoeing Forge SCYENTIFICANDPRACTICAL HORSESH 3 Hones Called For and Delivered Bot = YaJpp++tttP++ M4tthNifH tt i + t t t t t t t II FINE WINES CHAMPAGNES ALe KOLE345 West Green StraetXXQUOK8 otarlr a u OI YTft KJNTUCKY JuSH AltIJ3RIOAN4 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123y J J BARRETTS SONSi FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERSI r S3S mast Ma1ri 8tyreet- iN1 I F14 tit4tl+tttttttl- D It Hit t It J DOUGHERTY S J McEUJOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTTFu- neral Directors and EmbalmersiiBoth Phones 2998 CARRIAGES All Calls Answered Promptly + 1231 WEST MARKET STREET i t4t++t+4+H1 1 h tt tttlt4- tt TT Oran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and Embalmer Carriages Furnished for AM Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 111 1 I 1 I 1 I I 11 1 J 11 I J I 1 I 11 J J I 11111 J J J J 11 11 + J E TRACY t H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB I FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS STREETShortI J 1 J 1 J J I J 1 J J J I I I J I I I III Itid9L Sts r PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment cf insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jelfersonvllle lad THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST M ANDRWI X SONS8 WAG N MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Butter Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET 1HENRY1 JIPULSID- YER P U AND CLEANER- LadJts and Giuls WMrluiApimil WOfl GUARANTEED wuae 521 Fiftk StrMt I- c PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hojte never permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged Jefferson PflfR OFFICR HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done for the least money 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 It It Every Catholic Family J should read the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN i One Dollar Per Y- ear44rCARD OF THANKS We desire to express our sincere and heartfelt thanks to our relatives and friends for their sympathy and kindness shown to us in our sad be reavement dn the death of our father William OOonnell We wish espe cially to thank Rev Father Flood for his kindly attention the pallbearers and donors of floral offerings THE BEREAVED FAMIL- YAMUSEMENTS goodblliStrongest aggregations of vaudeville and burlesque talent on the road win make its initial appearance here Buster Brown will be the Mason 4c attJtracUon tall of next week This ds good news for tube little folks There will be a matinee each day be ginning Monday Matter Jainea Ho sell will be seen in the title role Ezra Kendall cornea to Maxstuleys Ithft fIrst half of the week with Wed nesday matinee in lets latest play Swell Elegant Jones The last half of the week Alberta Gallatin will be seen Sri the picturesque costume play JJorothy Vernon of Jlatidon Hall Among Ute ifeatures that go to make up next weeks splendid bill at hike Hopkins Theater ore the four Harveys Bellman and More the Wit son Brothers Jthe three Wtons the twp Kochleys the Durand trio Oaid Junes and Bonnie Parley There will be some excellent new moving pie turge cheerIfN IRELAND Record of the Most Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges Hugh McElroy Doohamlct lied i 0 few weeks ago at the ripe old age of 108 Deceased was possessed of aU Ills faculties up to his death He was never known to Slave a lays Illness up to n very short time before Ill died The body of James Gannon or Drogliede who disappeared in Dublin on St Stephens night was fount floating in the Liffey at the Dodder junction There were no marks of violence on the body and how Uit I unfortunate came to be drowned re niuins u mystery The Dnndalk Democrat in nnnonnc Ing the appointment of C J Thorn bill to the Commission of the 1cact for County Louth says there are also some Catholics albtmt Castlebel lingiKim whom alit Catholic Countj Litentenant might with advantog add to the local bench We regret to announce the deatl of John MvNnflly at Alh ill who lint been a healthy man up to a few days before his demise lie was token ill suddenly and despite the unremit ting care of the physicians Palled rap- Idly and passed away surrounded bj his sorrowing wife and family James McKitterick a well known grocer and spirit merchant died at his residence in Dundalk after a pro longed illness For years he had beet prominent in the business life of tin city but Hook little part in public life outside of a few local assemblies in which he was held in higin esteem The Ardee Town Commissioners bj unanimous vote elected James lint penny who has served with sutisfuc tdon Ohairman fur another term The attendance of home and cross channel buyers at the January tfnir was numerous and consequently tin trade for cattle was brisk and prices in favor of sellers The President of tdie Newry Oham ber of Commerce speaking ait the an nual meeting of that Cody the othei day was able to congratulate his fel lowrtownsmen on the fact that Kewrj was becoming one of the largest con importing ports in Ireland having increased dts shipping trade iron 180000 tons in 1900 to over 230000tom in1905Miss Alice Smyth daughter of Edward Smyth T C was returning to Ballybay from Baliytrain where sin had been visiting some friends the horse shied at something with the result that the car was overturned and Miss Smyth was thrown across the bank into a bog Except n very severe blinking iuss Smyths injuries are trifling which is to be wondered at considering the depth which she fell Oairt Taaffe of Smarunore has been sworn as High Sheriff of l outh Tor 1907 and has reappointed J J Russell as SubSheriff Oaptain raaffes family has a very old connection with this county One IJich ird Tuaffee of Dan lJraggull now Jraiganstown was Sheriff of Louth in 1315 John Taaffe vus Sheriff in 377 and bir Nicholas Toalffe in 1441 Capt Taaffes father and gramlfath er held the Shrievalty in the last cen uryCoroner Sellars held an inquest at wrath on the body of urn infant tamed Elizabeth Byrne aged about lineteen months who succumbed P burns The evidence given went to shaw that the child was staying with its aunt and while the latter was ab- Sent from the house getting bread from a cart passing the deceaseds lothes became ignited Medical aid was promptly summond but the in uries which were very severe proved ntul some hours afterwards A few nights ago the premises of Patrick McOabe at Clonadergole were iroken into The burglar broke into the kitchen and removing tIle grate from the wall which separates the partnient from the shop made with an iron bar a hole in the wall He lecamped before he had made an perture large enough for him to pass through and nothing won ab traoted from the shop Blood stains narked the scene olf the Iburglars peration a fact which led the po lice to arrest Ill tramp named Patrick legarty at Lisnaskea who had his aid wounded lIe has been return ed for trial Some anxiety awaits the reply of ilr Tatlowagent of the Noble estate nt Killeevan as to whether he re uses to acknowledge fhe two evicted enants or give a guarantee that hey wil be reinstated before taro re minder of the tenants sign their rurdhase agreements According to reply received by J C 31 Tvardner who Is acting for the tenants Tallow refuses to admit ithere are any cases Of evicted farms on the estate On tile Story estate at Virginia County avian where Tatlow is also algent he blankly refused tQ reinstate the iated tenants when Mm farmers here met him to complete their agreements The tenants there urned their backs in a body on Tat low and refused to sign On the Xo 1Jle estate Ttttlow arranged 1 ito meet the tenants in Newbliss on Wednes day but did not turn up THE IRISH WON In the tfliirfl of the Interna ional Ituby football series played In Dublin last Saturday Ireland beat jnigland by the decisive score of sev nteen to nine UNIQUE AFFAIR The Holy iXame Society of Jho Church of the Immaculate Concep ttion at Newport gave ia unique and lovel entertainment in the paroolual school hall Monday night It was en titled an Indiana lunch party and very lady was expected to bring some refreshments There wafc ai god attendance and quite a neat sum vas realized CROKERS TRAVELS Richard Croker r formerly df New fork Ibut now Ihingon his msgndfi ent Irfch agtwty outaide of DutoHri- as last week in Rome and on 9aA uTday left there for Egypt The D great Tammany leader says he has no inlbcntiion of returning to America What Bio likes Ireland and will spend the rest of this days there in the en joyment of the peace aid quiet with which Ive is surrounded KNIGHTS OF COL1IBDS Late News That Will Interes Members Here and Else whereII TJie Catholic Telegraph says it wil not be surprising to soon hear that the Daughters of Isabella hay I planted their standard in the Queen City The delay Illl tms occurred in instituting a council in New Albany was unavoidable It only insures a large claw for the organization vhiel will be perfected nifter Easiter John Z White a well known Chicago student of economic problems lectured on public ownership of pub lie utilities last night before Per Marqueite Council at Milwaukee The Daughters of Isabella have now sixtythree courts the last having been institute at Meriden Conn This order Is rapidly gaining ground among the Indies interested in tIle work of ithe Knights The Knights of Wossau Wis nn making arrangement to secure a hat of their own They have procured an option on the Y jr C A build lag the consideration named being 12500 ns well ns four other proper tiesCharleston Knights will soon begin the erection of their building on Cal hcun street opposite Marion Square Plans from the architects have heel called for nnd It is proposed to hay the hall built and occupied early next year The Knights own the site free of debt with a good sum in hank end with the issue of bonds tier alii be ample funds for the propose building John F Martin State Deputy for Wisconsin has just returned from u trip to Winnipeg and the British Northwest After making the trip to Winnipeg he traveled 1100 mile west to Edmomlton and Calgary where he Instituted two councils party of about ninety including four teen ladies accompanied him to both places where the thermometer regis tere l forty degrees below Wisconsin members are interestet in the measure introduced in the House of Representatives by Con Igressman Youngof Ishpeming Mich designed to set aside Octobei 12 as a national holiday to be know as Columbus day The agitation foi the legalizing of the anniversary the landing of Columbus as a na tional holiday was begun by the council at Hancock Midi and tIle hilt was Introduced in response to i petition from that council The council recently instituted a Montrose web started off with membership of sixty A special train from Grand Junction bearing 150 KnightRi and ninny ladies was met by a laiige delegation of townspeople anti led by the Montroso band the visitors were escorted to church where mass was celebrated by Rev lPatiher Donovan of Denver After the church service the institution took place Judge John Mullens Past rand Knight of Denver and M W Iurcell of Colorado Springs Deputy state organizer having charge of the ef it monies HINTS ON STYLE lllio lace and net blouse In all its ohms still continues Small hats and toques arc very poP- ular for general wear The dainty bolero adds a dressy ouch to any costume It is settled that the short coat wil- lIe the choice for spring and vests will be a feature The sl irtandcoat suit with sepa ate waist bids fair to give place to the one color costume gown with separate coat In the lines of fine cottons and silk and cotton mixtures American ia ytories have this season accom lisihedl wonders Stuning combinations of wash laces and embroideries of all weights with elvetecns challis and flannels stilt are seen and work Into fresh looking waists The Swiss and batiste embroideries lid combination embroidery and lace flouncings insertions nil overs etc promise to surpass even those of last season which is saying much Flowers for lusts will be employed to a marked extent from the opening of the season Oh stiff hats black elvot ribbon will be very good with eflthers but lace will also find its ise I Allcotton veilings are among the rJumphs of the year and are sure to have great success for they wear airly well and most attractive colorings and designs may be hud at very eavonnble prices Lingerie paraiQls were exquisite aat summer They tare to be more exquisite tills season and the hand embroidery lavished upon some of hem sends their prices soaring to ippalfing heights Very light weight chiffon broad- cloths in softly blended stripes of fight color are rihown with the French suitings and English tweeds and some of these ore very beautiful Krth in color and texture Thin frocks show aside bottom flare either obtained frankly by iverlapplng small flounce or pro need by widening flounces so joined ogether and set upqn the skirt that ilio effect Is than of onepiece skirt vitli trimming set In s Quantities of lovely new chififons gau s nets snR muus lines etc ine coming to light nnd thip bordered chiffons are lovely beyond descrip tlon The vfhlte chiffons with deep Persian bowlers are especially effect he and the floral borders Are legion Tfhat the fancy for the severely lain tailored skirt and costume vhdcJi prevailed in the ealm of morning street toilets thlA winterI ill bold over until spring and sum nerseams assured Tha finely itriped sulUngs in very UgrhfV mixed grayS and mode tones are Hwe into imett dostutnes with ck eiitttlng coat8Of shbnt or moderate Iwgttis nd with no trlmanTng BVV the trapping of tits cpolii c a- oe 0 r HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doln the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes The town of Roosevelt N J has a flourishing division looked upon as tire leading society of the place Members of Division 1 of Peoria hare making elaborate preparatiot for the observance of St Patrick day on which occasion William Ten nlngsi Bryan will be the orator When the Ladles Auxiliary of Salem Mass installed their offlcei they presented their County President Mrs Helena OUIarn who acted as installing officer a mahogan writing desk and handsome brood A permanent home to cost noarl 40000 Is being planned by the ord r in Fayette county Pa At a meetln of the County Board Jield at Fayefct City the project was definitely decided upon and Connellsvllle wns selected as the site The Ladies Auxiliary at Game vllle X Y presented their Count President Mrs Owen Ileilly with gold mounted eyeglasses and aorxr1 lug set Monday night at the open house they gave the threeact drama ErlngoBragh after which tl1erc was a reception The Maryland State Board andUle District Board of Washington wj1 aot together relative to the study ot Irish history in the schools of the archdiocese of Baltimore It is proposed to have their joint committe call upon Cardinal Gibbons and en denvor to get his consent to havIng the study of Irish history introduce into the Catholic parochial schools Witih John C Mahoney as OhU f Marshall the Hibernians will lead the big St Patricks day parade to be held by the united Irish societies of Worcester Mass on Saturday Marc 16 State President John Roget Will preside tit the meeting that iis to be held in Mechanics Hall on Sunday night March 17 when Rev Thomas 1 Smith of NorUiborq w1l1 deliver the principal address HINTS FOR GIRLS Your mother is your best friend Tell the pleasantcst things Jou know when at meals Do not expect your brother to bas dainty as a girl Have nothing to do with girls who snub their parents Exercise and never try to look as if you were in delicate health Introduce every new acquaintance to your mother as soon as possible EntfV the pleasures provided for you by your parents to the Tulles extentMost fatlfrs are inclined to over indulge their daughters Make iit impossible for your father to spoil you by fairly returning his affectiol and devotion v Do not quarrel wlt1 Jour brother do not preach to him and do not coddle him Make him your friend and do not expect him to Abe you servant or let him expect Vpu to be his XDID NOT SEE Senator Proctor of Vermont related the following with reference to- nn Irishman who was being examined all to his knowledge of a certai hooting affair Did you asked the presiding magistrate of the witness did yo + eo the shot firedI I did not sir1 responded the Colt but I heard it fired That evidence is not satisfactory replied the magistrate sternly You nay stepdown Time witness left the box No sooner had he turned with his back on the judge than he gave vent to iu- Iomewhat derisive laugh Enraged it this contempt of court the magistrate called the Irishman back to the witness box How dare you laugh in that manner in court I demanded the judge ingrlly Ill you see me laugh your honor isked the Irishman younighevidence is not satisfactory rejoined the Celt quickly u twlnkli eyeWhereupon Senator Proctoi includinlhoIDLE WIPE Your young wife appears to be ather blue of late ventured the trolleyYaas farmer vlth the bunch of rabbit skins under his arm she is one of these city rats and I am afraid she hasnt hough to occupy her mind Think not Waal no After she has milked ten cows before daybreak and cooked ireakfast for the hired men and fed the pigs and chickens and started washing and put the dinner on and put up preserves and shelled a bushel af peas and done some ironing and put supper on and done the darning and patching for the household and applesforanyhhigI think Ill Tarn her how to makes soft soap so her mind will be more oc mpled Yes sirrec the only way to keep a wife smiling and happy is to keep her mind occupied IN REMEMBRANCE or Mrs Nora Irene Johnson Burled January 13 1907 A month ago this very day They laid my dear Aunt Nom away ieneath the wintry snows and yellow clay There in rest and pace to stay 10h dear Linlss her Oh so much The world seems as if in ahush It seems a sin she lied to die so young but still we must remember Ills wit must be done I hope site is safe in heaven And perhaps some day when the clock strikes eleven iVe shall stand face to lace and again meet IjleeilfiTSk out Judges heavenly seat Margie E Carrdlli c T FRANK FEHR BREWING CO o Brewers and BottlersI LOUISVILLE K- YDRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED B- YSENNACKERMAN I BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED n TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILLE Jlcv I UJIWIEDEMANNBREWING COMPANYSI Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent fla- vorIGruberI Deuser Managers Louisville Ky I JOHNFOERTELCO-II I INCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERYI II BEERIBOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN E FIt hlTIC WALTERSI Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 = LOUISVILLE KY h As Foldett DIERSENSFINE DARK BEER Telephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE I CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTYI FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W leHirson St Both TelepJioues 1050- ii All orders receive prompt attention and i satisfaction guaranteed Old and Rare Whiskies a SpecialtyI I BLUEGRASS EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ GO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET OLD FASHONED Dutch Supper To Be Given By Delmont Club Jhurs day Evening The Delmont Club one of the leading organizations of the city will entertain their members and friends with ah oldfashioned Dutph supper next Thursday evening at their club house on Story avenue The menu has been specially arranged and will consist of rye bread pumpernickel pig tails sauer kraut mashed pota toes herring salad liver pudding bratwurst potato salad Ihnburger cheese Swiss cheese smear cheese green onions beer and cigars of which there will be an abundance and the members have been specially requested to bring o friend or two to help dispose of this repast TOie committee of arrangements are Louts W Borntrager Olialrman Leo P Kaufman William Schueler Ed Oroeschel Herman Rodhr William Mehler George Heller Maitt Schupp Henry Weber Joseph Blasl and Tom Dunlop In addition io tine supper 11elIntroducedintroducedThere as yet nothing radically new In skirls the general lines fa II vored Jn winter modes being retained and here is little prdbalblUty of any important changes in kite accepted street skirt though innovations may prtep intodha Mrte of snore dressy trocklIIll LJI- dr All the new Winter styles aud shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Independent of All iUndrrtaker KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladies an Children a Specialty Office 2406 Payne St Both Phones Give your boys an education that will prtpara them for lift ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 112 W Broadway Lottisvlllliy Conducted by the Xaverlan Brothers ClM ca2 Scientific and Business Courses Preparatorr Be We11agagyrr4Gymnasium DEALERYflUNOL Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty home Phone mo 540 W WALNUTI- MPORTERe HEEEMMK BRC FINE WINES AND LIQUOStS Distillers end Wholesale Deal ers in Finest Brands of Ken tacky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSOB BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 234 SIxlh Street flhtS SYrpNIJa VALS SALOOVAL LESTEh rrep- Hot Lunch every mOnttag Stem D8 to 1280 ocloct 448GRB1Jrite a u U rtl