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Digital page images are linked to the text file. r l iE KENTUCKYIRISHQ VOLUME XVIII NO 7 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS IIRISH HEROES Patrick J Haltlgan Tolls of Their Patrfotlwm In too Revolution Believes That Effort Has nee Made to Distort Early Inlstory Points Out Atrocious History of England in Irelandand America WILL BE ASKBD TO RBTDR Patrick J Haltigan editor of the Rational Hibernian was greeted 1by an appreciative audience at Macai leys Theater last Sunday night WlWII ho delivered his inspiring and patriotic lecture on Irishmen in the American Revolution and Their Earl Influence in the Colonies The cut senses of opinion was that Kditn Haltigaris scholarly and eloquent ud dress was an inspiration depictin as it does the heroes Ireland has given to the world and humanity the fruits of the true faith and one that appeals to the American public 0 upying seats at the lecture wer Mayor Barth Judge ODoherti Judge Pryor Judge Wilson many of the clergy and men prominent In the official and business life of the citj all of whom declared it one of thc most interesting historical and patri- Otic entertainments ever presented in Louisville The distinguished visitor was in troduced by Alderman Butler am was received with enthusiastic applause Mr Haltlgan prefaced hi lecture by referring briefly to the Ancient Order of Hibernians reading a congratulatory message from Na tional President Cummings to Stat President Uutler and the order In Kentucky urging them to increase her membership 5000 before the next national convention which meets nt Indianapolis next year Then for two hours he held his hearers spellbound the striking points eliciting the warmest enthusiasm The view presented were fine throughout am the first that of the dome of the National Capitol with the stars and stripes waving boldly above wlis thashoalaudience and put all on the qui viv for those that were to follow t Editor Haltigan said that in pre renting his lecture he was influences by the fact that too little Is known even among the Irish people of the magnificent deeds performed by met of Irish blood in the history of America and in the establishment of the American republic They playei prominent parts he said from the time of the original thirteen colonies up to the ipreoent day Were it not for men of Irish blood he asserted it is propafble that Americans would have found themselves today in tht same position as the people of tit Dominion of Cannda subjects of the King of Great Britain Mr Haltigai I said among other things that during the past forty years or since the close of the civil war there had beer 4aweli planned movement in this country to distort American Revolutionary e history as far us possible and especially to Ignore the Irish element in the establishment of the na r lion The movement he said did not spring from the hearts of the Amen can people It twos not born on this side but it was a direct importation from the enemies of the Irish race across the sea The same power which monopolized as far as possible Irish genius at home to its own glory noW seeks to destroy it in this country where it is beyond its control con tended the speaker The address was illustrated with one hundred views to many of which the utmost interest attached Those on which were shown the pictures of the first American Bishop Illght Ilev John Carroll Cardinal Gibbons toIle green flag of Erin and the stars and stripes of this country Mollte Pitcher taking the place of her fallen husband Commodore Jack Barry An drew Jackson and the many other sons of Erin who shed their blood in the great struggle for American lib erty were loudly applauded To many it was Unknown that the great Irish Catholic clergyman Rev John Carroll had delivered the panegyric at the deorge Washington memorial services or that an Irishman named Logan was the father of the first white child born in Kentucky where three counties were named after Irish pioneers In his reference to the atrocious history of England in Ire land and America he quoted Lord Mountjoy who declared that England hot lost this country through the Irish lIe also took President Elliot t of Harvard University to task and showed him in a true but unenviable light even though he had been com pelled to do the Irish a small meas ure of justice r A pleasing feature of the evening was the musical numbers which were excellently rendered by MlSe Nellie Morgan John J Flynn and Thomas D Clines Sc enthused was the audience that it wanted to join e with Miss Morgan in singing th Star Spangled Banner Messrs Flynn aid Clines sustained their reputations with The Sword of Bunke Hill and Ireland a Nation Again n and both received hearty encores J ivislon I At OJ jtt is to be cpn gratulated upon its achievement is doing 490 much for the descendants o tie Irlgb race here and4o the mem bersuI + ir especially grttJyJajf ihalt r Mr Ifollt1gan will be called upon to repeat his splendid lecture without any charge to the public There III no question but that the visit of 3 r Haltlgan has awakened an interest in Illbernianisrn that will be Instlng and for which those who heard 1 him feel greatly indebted During his stay here Mr I1alUgan principalButler William M Hlgglns arUn Cusick Thomas Dolan John M Mul Toy Magistrate Sullivan Thom Keenan Daniel Dougherty anj Thomas D Clines and with them iat- tended the Vlneentlan meeting at the Cathedral CLEVER REASON Would Again Give Ireland the Finest University In Europe A correspondent writing from Du kin to the New York Times says An Irish university that will satisfy the Catholic majority in their laudab aspirations for the best and highest in education anti yet not displace the non Catholic minority nor dlstur any of their centuries old privilegi is a question that is bothering the lawmakers of the British Bmpre very much these days A royal corn mission has been hearing the dews of both sides and making rcports of the ninny schemes proposed AII ul mil that higher education in Ire land is schoekingly inadequate to the spirit of the times and the needs of the people But between what the ought to do what they would like to do what they fear to do how much their ideas differ from those of the people they are working for mid how much they wnnt to please all sides between all these tides and eddies of their course the legislator art not likely to accomplish muck A long lucid and manly speech on the subject is one of the last thlns Tames Byree Is leaving to us to re member him by If Mr Bryce had his way we would get our money worth much as we are taxed But his quondam colawmakers are afraid to ggive ninny concessions to the Jatholit majority The Irish party as n party is not unking much fuss over the univer city business A very clever reneo irui its apparent lack ul zeal in the natter was given the other day hJ a man who was stumped for Ills view on the Catholic university problem Ho hind not mastered the intricacle of the sublet but he covered his Ignorance with What is the use of wasting time on un English giver rish university Let us work for home rule and thorn we can give our elves the finest university in Europi or the world What we lead one we can han aaln when Wt get the rei1g11i11mr1 wirhTffifcte NOW READY To Receive Bids on TrInIty Councils New Club House Trinity Councils Y MI I held their regular meeting Tuesday evenln wlOI President Joseph Colliding in- tJle chair Treasurer Ed Wulf reported that he had received a letter of thanks from Mrs It J Pfeiffer idow of Bernard Pfeiffer n lath member of the council for the pay tent of her husbands death benefil anll especially for the prompt mannei in which it was done The visiting oumilttee reported Henry Stoecker and Adam llesch on time sick list but hot both were improving The Ways and Means Committee announced tJlUt they were now ready to receive stimates from contractors on the proposed new club house The euchre committee are arranging to give a uchre and dance tit the club house 1he first week after lept and met last night to male preparatory ar nngements ELECT MONDAY NIGHT The Catholic Romans Club will 1 imJoltanleleotloneven ladies soil be chosen to serve on time Hoard of Directors for the en suing two years fourteen names lae ben presented by the Nominating Board mill those receiving the ighest number o rotes will be de lered elected Those put in nomination are Mesdames Matt ODoherty Charles S Smith B D Mattingly ohn J Maloney August Ropke nines Kelly John OConnell Will T leehan Peter uans nnd Misses Maggie Judge Maggie Gorman and Agnes itgerald The work of this Oatho de womens organization has been al most phenomenal and never was In rest in it greater than now which Insures the bringing out of a full ote The directors whose terms expire t11ls month are Miss Maggie Judge irs Matt ODoherty Mrs Charles Smith Mrs J J Malone Mrs B Do tattlngly Mrs Join Groves and the aeancy caused by the death of Mrs Farces Doerhoefer one of the founders of the club ABBOT IN AFRICA I t Col F Joseph Herrman received n sfcter Wednesday from the flight TIev 1 Edmund M Obrccht Abbot of ethsemane in Nelson countywho lollr now on his iway to South Africa The Abbot was at Port Said on January 31 He writes that he toil ant udience of twentyfive minutes with Pope Leo previous to his departure from Rome Aibbot Obrecht expects toe absent from Kentucky for aoouta year HaiKoes to South Africa to look after the missionary 4n treats of hts order 0 1 U n n t 17 tt FEDERATION Many New Delegates Present Credentials at Regular Monthly Meeting I Chairmen Instructed to SfIect Members For Their Stand lug Committees Able Paper on the Gorman Empire Read by President Newton Rogers COMMITTEE ON AFFAIRS IN FRANCE The Jefferson County Federation of Catholic Societies held its regular anonthly meeting on February 14 at the Catholic Womans Club The meeting was the largest in number held for over a year and many new delegates were there representing their respective societies Th meeting was full of enthusiasm and earn Rhiess from opening to close TJle Executive Committee had many suggestions to make which were disposed of by the meeting A Ietter was read from the Iev Father Raft promising to attend at 013 early a late as lie possibly could and hae something to say at such time TlIC Federation passed a motion that n- committee be appointed to draw 111 suitable resolutions on the Frenc question and Messrs Michael Reich edt Thomas Feeley and Charles Cate were appointed on this committee President Rogers proposed that for- oommittees that serve for the entir year a Chairman for each be appointed each committee to consist of five members and each Ohairman to select four inembersto serve with Mm and to interview them before and find out if they woukl be willing w serve on the committee with him 1 his was ittijiiproved and Presldon togers appGphd Anthony J Sheridan Ohaimian of the Library Committee Patrick T Sullivan Chairman of- teh Juvenile Court Committee Wil Jam M Higgins Chairman of the Home for Friendless Catholic Boy Committee and John J Score Chair nun of the Organization and Member hip Committee These respective Chairmen were re quested to make selections to fill out heir committees anti to make report fo the Se6rotary of theTeneratibnl he Executive Committee was called poll to meet at the office of Presii lent Rogers on February 21 at S iclock p m and time Chairmen of 6he different committees were asked o meet at the same time and place with their committees for the purpose of a general interchange of lewsUnder the healing of literary exercises President Rogers read a paper on the German Empire tact was very entertaining and highly in tractive and was received with applause at the close of its reading U was announced tha at time ext nesting William 1l Hipgins would read u paper on tire Education Hill In England lie is well known as the editor of the Kentucky Irish Vmerlcan and as having given considerable study to the bill in ques ion and there Is no doubt but what this matter will be of Interest to all members of the Federation ACTIVE IN DUBLIN The Strenuous and Uplifting Life ArchbishopWalsh The Archbishop of Dublin the Most Hev Dr Walsh in various newspape rticles laid odwu the right lines for an Irish university but he is a Horn luler mill knows how much better a native Parliament can deal with pools and things the people want Archbishop Walsh is an allaroun good man as well as a perfect liurchman There ore no deaths in olltical science he has not sounded Ilis pamphlet on bimetalism some ears ago was considered in many interested quarters time best thing ir print on that subject His recreations all are in the uplifting and trenuous life He is an excellent amateur photographer an expert liortlmnd vriter an authority or music Gregorian especiallyI lIe toured wince Germany Rid Italy on his Icycle some years ago taking pho jgraphs as he went with the enthu iasm of a youngster He was one ofr the first in Dublin to test the au iinoblle Everything of human interest calls out his sympathy H lalntalns splendid discipline in his rchdlocese and yet is on affectionate tenors with priests and people 0111y sixty six years old and stronger than he looks he is very likely yet to see a national university in Ireland after his own heart Not old must foundationkink redandpatched to suit nil COmplex- Ions but springing fresh and clear cut right from the sod of a new Ireland and crying Fallthe to all who want Christian education free and fulr with charity to all orid malice toward none MARTIN WADE NAMED 0Notice wise received Thursday by f rUn J IIefoIoa t yjof his ppoiBtment as member tlhQ Demo citco crane National Committee for Iowa The appointee is ono of the best known IrishAmericans in the Wes and is n man of the highest ability and stirictest integrity Upon many important occasion he has been selected to deliver addresses for the Knights of Columbus Ancient Order of Hibernians and other Catholic So cieties A T MACDONALD President of the Greater Louisville Ex position and Its First Proposer RECENT DEATHS Time funeral of Mrs Susan Tully widow of Thomas Tully Sr took place Tuesday morning at St Jos ephs Catholic church eight miles northof Now Albany on the Mono Shfe was the mother of John Fran and Peter Tully of New Albany Monday afternoon Mrs Kate Law ler wife of Hugh Lawler 209 Seventeenth street was called to her eternal home leaving a wide circl of mourning friends Her funeral took place Thursday morning fror St Patricks churqh the large at tendance showing the esteem iin which she was held The funeral of Junes Crowe too place Monday morning from the Cn thedral Deceased was the son of the late Michael Crowe one of the old time residents of Fourth street nea the river Death followed a long ill ness that was borne with patience and fortitude anti vas not unlooke for i John Mathes and wife 733 Eas Washington streetfare mourning the death of their beloved and promising fifteenyearold son Clemens and have the s mpathLof many friend lit their ereavllI11ltlt The funernl occurred Monday morning from st Michaelts el11rohJ1EvFa ther OCon nor being the celebrant of the solemn mass 6f requiem It is with regret that we announci the death of Mrs Mary Milligan which occurred Wednesday evening at the residence of her husband Johr 335 Twentysixth street hem funeral will take place this morning from St Cecilias church Mrs Mill gun was only twentyeight years oJ age and her death is a heavy blow to her husband and relatives The funeral of Mrs Elizabeth Hardy Daniel beloved wife of George Dan Iel took place Saturday morning from St Patricks church Mrs Daniels death was a profound shod to timer host of friends mho admired and loved her for the many fine traits of character she possessed Kind and gentle but always cheerful and ready to perform her Christian fluty her untimely death Is sincerely mourned 81 Augustines church in Jefferson illle has lost another of its faithful members by the death of Mrs Margaret Donovan She was held in high esteem throughout the citywhere she had lived so long but of late she made her home with her daughter Mrs Anthony lyevitt 408 Missouri revue lien funeral took place Wednesday morning Rev Father OOonne being the celebrant of the pass of requiem Ellen Foleyan aged and respected adystho for years had made her ionic with the family of Nicholas Teheran 1818 High avenue answered the final summons Sunday morning She had lived a long and useful life and though having reached fourscore ears she was still active and always had a welcome for her friends Tuesday morning her remains were borne- o St Patricks church where there of requiem forwas a solemn mass he repose of her soul Throughout the city there was nournlng over the death of Mrs Lldi Powell the amiable and beloved wife of Rev E L Powell pastor of the First Christian church The em fame Saturday evening at St Jos sphs Infirmary following surglca operation and on Sunday in a number of pulpits the beauty of her char meter personal attractions and devo ion to her duties were referred t- In feeling words Her funeral oe burred Monday afternoon and wa largely attended SUPPERS STROKE The many friends of Mrs William Isborne will be pained to know that she suffered a slight paralytic stroke last week and is unable to leave her ionic at Strossel Station just be rond Oakdale Mrs Osborne has the grip and had so far recovered tint she visited the city but upon her eturn tome her condition became worse and paralysis of the face fol1 owed The attending physician says she is in no danger but thtit it will- ie several weeks before she will hare ntireiyrecovererl Mrs Oaborne Is one ol the best known ladies in Holy fcmo church the member off which vjll learn the hewra with regret c tl VINGENTIANS Hod a Remarkable Attendant at tho Quarterly Mooting Last Sunday Addressed by Spiritual Director and President of the Superior Council Prominent Protestant Gentlemen Present Commend Work of the Society AUDIENCE EDIFIED AND DELIGHTS The regular quarterly meeting i lime Particular Council of the St Vincent de Paul Society was held in St Francis Hall last Sunday afternooi It was the largest attended meetin that has been held for a long time and the reports from the various conferences throughout the citytver nost encouraging The knowledge of the foot that the meeting was to be dressed b Thomas Mulry am lee Father McMahon both of Xew York City President and Spiritual director respectively of the Superior Council and both orators of nations epute attracted not only member of the society but many prominent rotestants Among the guests win attended the meeting were Judg Charles A Wilson Enos Spencer th ducator Robert Binghqm President of the Board of Childrens Guardians George Sehoh Secretary of the Roan of Guardians Julius HiM Superintendent of time home of said board anll Isaac Black also a member There were at least 500 men present Including representatives fron very conference in the city Time reports submitted by each conference for the year showed in detail the great work of charity being done bj the society In addition to the usua works of clarity performed by the members the reports of the various nnferences disclosed the fact thai the members of the conferences hot ontributed to the San Franclscc arthquake sufferers the sum of 550 The reports also showed that ir oulsvllle there are 2100 active members of the St Vincent de Paul So iety That means that there are that many members who are actively and regularly engaged in practical works of charity Besides the active members there are many honorary icmbers who belong to the society Ihe8e latter for some reason or other can not engage in the active work of the society but aid the mem bent in their laudable work by volun tary contributions The meeting wiis opened with the oral prayers by Rev Dr McMahon Spiritual Director of the Superior nuncll After this twentyfive new members were received into the so ety by James Campbell President off the Particular Council Secretary Jolm Doyle of the Particular Council lnd Chairman of the Committee on School of Ileform made a most interesting report of what had been Ilone by that committee The good work done by this committee was a relation to the members present and time reading of the report elicited the applause of all Thomas Mines Chairman of the Jail Committee mmle a most interesting report of the wcrk of that committee He is a- veteran in the service of this society nnd takes an especial interest in the work among time prisoners in the jail Matthias Myers Chairman of the avenue Court Committee reported the excellent work done by that com mlttee Mr Myera is an enthusiast In this work and devotes a great deal of his time to it He is a voluntary pro atlon officer of the Juvenile Conrt and every Fridaymorning finds him present at Its session Ills rlport showed that thirtyeight ncm- bels of the St Vincent de Paul Society are voluntary probation officers Of time Juvenile Court and assisting and aiding in the good work being done by it After the reports of the conferences and special committees the resident James Campbell intro lnced to the members Rev Dr Mc ahon Spiritual Director of the Superior Council Father MeMohon de Uvered an eloquent speech on the work of time society in New York City and dwelt especially on the part the society was taking there in the ork of time Juvenile Court The venend father himself has taken a personal interest in this particular work and has complete charge of- that for the St Vincent de Paul So- Ciety in New York His address was tend to with great interest and he hdld his audience spellbound as he relntCtl in this matchless eloquence the story of the inestimable good ac mpllshed by the society along these lines in New York City Father Mc thou Is a pioneer in works of this kind and for he last several years h8 effort has been especially directed tcward the children and hq has been 41ni active advocate of the Juvenile CoUJt Thomas Mulry President of the Superior Council was next introduced by President Campbell President talkerIdOf time society in the Fast the a1lll- enee was edified anti delighted with- the good news he brought to the members In Louisville of the roagnlt ic nt work accomplished by the so cllStyin Now York He paid a very bfRfi tribute to the conferencea Qf- t11H1city and expressed himself a- ssItrgb societythe in Speeches were also made by Path r Bax Father nock Judge ODohert Mr Enos Spencer and Judge Churl A Wilson 11he venerable FatJICr Bax made a most Interesting talk Ithe members filled with good advice Ho was warmly received and his rl narks elicited inuch applause FntJ1er Rock in ids usual eloquent manner amongthosoquent address Judge Mutt ODoherty next addressed time members and bls remarks were received with great pleasure by those present Mr Enol Spencer was called upon and in a few graceful words heartily commends the work of time society Judj e Charles A Wilson Judge of the Juvenile Court was invited to ad dress the meeting He also cor mended the efforts put forth by the society and told of the great assist ancc the members had rendered him in his work in the Juvenile Court Ill gave a most interesting description of the workings of toMs court All in all tithe meeting was one of tl1e most successful ever meld TAKE THE LEAD Mackin Council Now Head the List in the United States There was intense interest amI much enthusiasm at Mackin Council Hub house Thursday night when tl10 class initiated put that society iin he lend with time largest member hip of any council in time Unite States For several years there has been a spirited rivalry for this honor vhlcli has been held at times by the California Indiana Ohio PennsylI anla and Illinois jurisdictions but Lever before by Kentucky which wit mold Its Place for a long time to omeMackin towhas a membership wet over 500 nil in good standing and iit was with no little feeling of pride that President Ben Sand made tin innonucoment This is an achieve rent that is largely due to the good judgment and careful guidance of the residents who have presided ovei Mackins destinies and Is a forcefu Ihvstratlon of the results of unity ind harmony among Catholic young nen Mackin Council is still a young tnganlzntion but the work done for Its members has been something phenomena Besides being a social bodv ItI stands for the moral and Intel retrial advancement of its members and the sums paid out for death ant ickncss are looked upon as the least of the benefits that its members re else TIME IS GONE When People of Ireland Care Only For Geniality or Promises It is likely that the good will of- the Irish people that James Byrce njoyed will fall on the shoulders of Chief Secretary Birrell his successor Birrell comes from Bristol as did two Chief Secretaries for Ire Jand before himWalter Long and Sir lehael llleks Beach But unlike these he cones to Dublin full of good aturo and openly expressed friendship which the Irish people are us usual willing to meet more than half way Ills open hearty manner gives confidence in his claims of libel Iity toward Irish eel f govermuent Hilt the time is gone when the Irish eople care only for geniality or promises on the part of the politicians ThoJmean business and they look to Secretary Birrell to represent lielr interest under the Crown rather than the Crowns pretentious over the1l1 WITH THE SICK Col F Joseph Herrmann President otr the Sniiking Fund Commission la again able to be out after an attack ofC1 grip that confirmed him to his home the first part of the week Martin Dugan the well known printer and prominent In Irish and Catholic society circles is now conva scent at Sts Mary and Ellzalbeth Hospital after a three weeks illness oftt typhoid fever Daniel F Murphy recently elected Park Commissioner who has been coffering from a severe attack of grip at his home 3310 High street Is much improved that it is thought he will bo able to be out again within the next few days lion Jacob Hoertz who was sought to be recovering from grip has been in a serious condition for the past week typhoid pneumonia tying developed The last report from him was that lima condition was uprQvlng and that the critical stage had ben passed SPRING RACING The spring meeting of the Louis vUle Jockey Clulb will this year continue thirty days opening with the eat Kentucky Derby on Monday lav 6 This club will have no fall ceting the State Commission granting thirty days to Douglas Park Manager Matt Winn and Secretary Iyman Davis are elated over the out look and predict the greatest sport ever witnessed at Churchill Ddowns jr all the stake and handicap events iliere are an unusually large number of entries and racegoers are certain to see here all time stars of the Amer can turf Between the two big turf dies there is now perfect harmony and all are following the lead of resident Wini for the uplift 01r1c- ing IB KentiiekyY 7y HOMERULEW- illiam OBrien Predicts the First Step Towards Govern fY moats Project Will Bo an Experiment That Gives Restricted Legisla tive Powers v Henry Aequlth Will Ndt Recede From Pledge MadeIrish- Party I TERMS OF BILL NOT YBT OWN i In response to a request of the Associated Press Wiilliain O Been CorkOitmeasure by which the Govermnentn detmandspresOntation of this bill is awaited with eager interest but the exact hyGocrnmentdisclaiming authoritative informs ion is exceptionally qualified to state the essential features of the bill as he is one of the Irish leaders formoat in supporting a solution of the Irish question along the lines on which proceedingMrIn the first place it is certain that the bill will not be presented as a settlement of the Irish claim for Self government but only asv a prellml tiajy experiment Whatever arrange ments may be proposed as to the prgs nit powers or constitution of the JIrish Council they will be provisIdnaL enlurgemeninmost or as I hope and believe Iive Mnglsspeech lhatilldepnrtmentucuownwith the of the Royal Irishconstabulary and of he judiciary and will in addition notheIrish taxation Time ommissioii of the vord legislative from the King1 speech tells its own history Except ut+ irate bill legislation it is not liltely 1 t 41 T T elebgislativeiotwers the bill may be so amended as to enable the Irish council to pass upon at east one stage of all the Irish bills ery likely the members of the Uov rniuent have not yet made up their minds finally between the various iiiggestions as to the constitution of thingshoweelOne is that the Irish representation li the Imperial Parliament will re min ns at present and another is hat the whole 101 Irish members of ipsofacto s ouncil It may be taken as granted that Wyndhamswill be specifically recognized vrz hat any savings made in the present norinoiiK cost of the Imperial estab ishments of police and the judiciary in Ireland shall become exclusively relands property to be disposed 1- as the Irish council thinks fit If the experiment is once tried and worked in a spirit of moderation and good sense an Irish council will inevitably i ami by universal consent expand inn a fullblown Irish Parliament 6 Otherwise we wilt only be wasting lie session and plowing the sands s Monday night the question of Ireland played a prominent part in the oppOSltJOllleaderH reaklng their election pledges by en eavor to give Ireland an installment of ironic rule The opposition fur supposedivergenceIsterN ou the home rule question tho idla being that Chief Secretary for nOanil Birrell in confessing himself 1 home ruler must be antagonistic to that section of the Cabinet represented by Chancellor of the Exche queI Asqiiith In the absence of realer CampbelliBannerman who Is suffering front cold Asqulth re pllec1 to the opposition He promised that nobody inside or outside the IfOlIIC was yet In possession of the etails of the Governments Irish laps and contended that there was nothing novel in time declarations made by the Premier and Secretary ilrrell that the ultimate solution of a tIle Irish problem could be found only in some form of home rule Who then asked Asqulth are those guilty of political perfidy Am one of them If when the Govern rents scheme is produced It is found to contain anything in the letter or- spirit inconsistent with or in violation of any pledge or assurance 1- have given either before or during tllo election Twill immediately resign Dot continued the Chancellor of- t1m Exchequer amid cheers the whole Liberal party voted with John edmond in the late House in favor oft a resolution which condemned root al1l1 branch the present system pi administration in Ireland and I Bx- nnot going to recede one whit from tJ1I1t position BISHOPS JUBILEE Catholics throughout the West are anlfesting great interest inthp- aming jubilee of the aught ItcJ shop Gallagher cfGGalveston TJ asI who will be twenly flye1 Yff- tRe eplsjcopato next April J i 1 n 11 T3i1 TU1 Y LlU II KENTUCKY IRISH flMERIGflN and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans Devoted to the Moral KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c Louisville Poftoftlee a SecondClM flatterEntered at the Address sll CommualcatloDI to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 Weat Urn St UNION COUNCILTRADES LABEL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23 1907 I iHARITYRELlUlOUS f Louisville had the good fortune 1 last i jjj v Sunday of a visit and advice from l v President andMulry thei Thomas the SpirItual Father McMahonRep Council f Director of The Superior Paul Society two I the St Vincent de workers of the known charity grtt rwUin the American and also Patrick JNew Tory City l prominent In theIialtlg83i for years In undertakings of the Vincentlans- SVnshligton lUiese gentlemen cx effectd of religious charity os comparetl with tha made for mer show und gait Religious y charity not only relieves the lstrCSs and suffering of the poor anti unfortunate but seeks to remove toe cause of their poverty whether iT results from misfortune or mU conduct thereby improving the spir oral as well as material condition of- Ithe beneficiaries And H is gratify ing to know t1lotsuch is the work o the St Vincent de Paul Society every souls is I itswhere The savingof greatest object and the success that has thus far crowned its work in this direction has only increased the zcal of the members Men were urged and see thatto fake proper care their own were brought up right and thus they would fit themselves for the great work before them Par ticularly gratifying to our local Vla centlans was the impression made upon the Protestant gentlemen who were their guests at the Cathedral mpetng The thousands of rishs made by members of the St Vincent jie Paul Society to the poor and suf eying without regard to religion ace or color was a revelation as was also the amount so unostenta- tiously sent the San Francisco suf ferersThe amount of moneywhich is given away in charity in Louisville every year is sufficient if the meth ods of the St Vincent de Paul So cietywere adopted to give every family in need the food anti clothing that it needs The charity societies know this and therefore should seek diligently to make their gifts go Ito Rmse who need But often those who ask 10u cIt are those who need least and those who never ask call need most Realizing these facts we would urge all Catholic men to become affiliated with the St Vin cent de Paul Society and commend r its Christian methods to our Protestant brethren This grand religious society confers spiritual benefits W upon its members that last when all material things have passed away BACK DOWN Though the daily press has not had much to say about the matter it is nevertheless true that the French Government has receded somewhat in Its antagonism of the Catholic Church In the Chamber of Deputies last Tuesday a stinging re buke was administered a section of the members for their intolerance and the Government was authorized to carry out the provisions of the agreement which provided for the leasing of churches that had been seized to the parish priests While the question was being dis cussed and before the vote Ivvas taken Minister Brland declared that it was unworthy of Ilepubllcans or even free thinkers not to respect the faith of millions of their fellow countrymen The object of separa Lion he said was disestablishment not persecution Liberty of worship whether Catholic Protestant or Jew ish must be respected The Catholic Church was not like any other sect It had seen fit to forfeit its churches r seminaries and rectories of which It might now be in possession but this t did not prevent the Government from recognizing the right of the Catholics to worship and the Government i 1Atherefore intended to keep the Cath N olio churches open for Catholics and for no one else Premier Clemcnceau and jr Combes fut rather a sorry figure and the action taken indicates that there is an awakening to the great injustice done religion in that country LENTEN SEASON r The holy season of Lent was begun on last week with solemn ceremonies in jill ithe local churches that will continue until Easter morning Lent is the must solemn season in the Catholic Church As the Memphis Catholic Journal says It is the period ol the yjwr most given to penance anti reflection upon that truth IFiJjidtt thou apt mud to dust hoU Shalt returnrrhe custom of jKctviii Lent dates back as far as time of the apostles It Is one h points of agreement of the potle e ad thec church of today The purpose of 1 the church in setting aside this period of the year is as it was in the time of the Apostles to give the faithful an opportunity of Imitating the auster ity and selfdenial of Christ The spirit of the church has al ways been in accordance with tthe pastoral issued ito the early Chris Hans by the Apostles in the first council of the church held at Jerusalem For it hath seemed good to the Holy Ghost and to us to lay flo further burden upon you than these necessary t1lingsLenten regula tions today are prepared in every diocese to meet the special require ments of those that lire to be affect ed by them The church Is kind and thoughtful in this matter and never imposes unnecessary burdens Still she keeps in mind the words of Christ Unless you do penance yon shall all likewise perish Mother Church realizes ithe frailties of 1hu man nature and the aptness of man kind to give way to the allurements of the world and has wisely estab lished The obsqrvando of Lent that men might have n special opportunity of doing penance Lent is the fast of forty days pro ceding Raster in which time th children of the church are com nuuided to prepare themselves for that glorious feast In no part of the Scriptures do we find any mention of Lent but it is known beyond a doubt that the church has from the earliest times set aside certain peridl ods of the year for prayer fasting and almsgiving illils season af fords Catholics a splendid opportu city to review the doctrines of the church No matter how well we may have understood our catechism at ti- lay on which our first holy commu ion was made still like other things religion is forgotten and for that reason it is very essential that Cath olics should attend faithfully the instructions and services of the church during the holy season iof Lent IRISH PARTY At its meeting in Dublin the Irish party proved Its cohesion and unan unity in dealing with the feeble ef fort of William OBrien to create a new split in Irish politics OBriea and his colleague in the representation of Cork are not members of the party says the Dundalk Democrat one of the leading Nationalist papersI of Ireland but two nominal members of it had given such support 1 to linens unhappy schisms and had proved themselves so refractory 1 to party discipline as to render it neces sary that they should be excluded from the party in future Accordingly Messrs Sheehan and John ODonnell were formally by resolution expelled Though we regret the loss of even one momiber of the Irish phalanx it is easy to understand that their inclusion in the party might liave been a source of weakness rather than added strength and the Irish members are quite within their right under the constitution in deal Ing with these gentlemen as they have done The party goes to Panic ment a solid united fighting body I every member of which will obey the chests of its leaders and It is only necessary that the people of this country should afford Wife material and moral support which they ask so that they may claim to speak on be half of the united Nationalists of this country In the debates which will arise in connection with the Irish measure It would bepromisedI short of a calamity If In In the history of our country there should be any weakening in the confidence which our people liars so long reposed in their tried and trusted leaders or If the claim which those leaders make at Westminster on behalf of the Nationalists of Ireland should be endangered by any appearance of apathy or mistrust among the masses of the people at home It was fully demonstrated that there was work ahead of the Feder ation of Catholic Societies at the last meeting and that under the ncw ad ministration much is going to be ac complished President Hojjcrs has made n commendable start and should receive the earnest support of every delegate The best way to promote the work of the Federation is for those who have accepted appointment as delegates to attend the meetings which take place but once a month The lecture of Patrick J Haltigan editor ofot National JUberolan n In Ihlscity last Sunday night surpassed anyint oft4w dJi tier listeeM to Jm hid citft Mil fee oKljr regret to rz LoUISIvllle have Mr Jlnltigan return in the near future axe repeat the lecture for 1 the general public without any charge whatever The Catholics In the United States in 1800 numbered but 40000 with one Bishop and forty priest Today there are ninetyfour Bishops 11817 priests and some 14000000 confessed members of the Catholic Church What a power for good and what an anchor for the safety of our Govern ment and country when this grand body acts together While they llast religion and the stars and stripes will ifind a safe haven here The city official who can not see the connection between the Bradley S Gilbert Printing Company and Powell 8i Co must be blind Indeed The latter IR nothing more nor less than a shield for the former and none knows this hotter than Councilman Coder both being connected with the BradleyGlloert Company Theodore is the long pole that is be ing used in picking the cherry During the last ten months of the year just closed the New Yorw Typo graphical Union cared for 147 of i members at six hospitals in Greater New York From July 1890 to July WOO this union paid to hospitals for treatment of its members 71890 and It boasts of several still greater charities There Is a reason for belonging to such a Tabor organIza- tion The report of President Mlnnry submitted at the annual meeting Wednesday makes a splendidllshow big for the Louisville Hallway Com pany More and better Improvement hue been made upon the local street railway system than in any other city in 4hhe country As was to be expect ed all the old officers were reelect ed The Japanese question has been settled for the present nt least While California did not get all she naked Congress passed a hill that will prevent the Orientals from flocking to this country and displacing Ameri can labor Adult lops must also leave the public schools but to those under sixteen years of nge they will 1be thrown open- Kentucky Itepublicans can present no stronger or more capable man for the Governorship than Iron Augustus E Wilson Honest and fearless he lifts the confidence and respect of the people of the State If we are to have a Republican in the executive chair at Frankfort let us have Mr Willson There are a lot of men who sneer nt faith as applied to religion mvJ place the utmost confidence in some gold brick proposition or another even when they know the olds are against them- KENTUCKYI WELCOME Extended Patrick J Haitian During His Visit Here Not for ninny years has any man received a more genuine and hot pitable Kentucky welcome than wasI accorded Patilck J Jlnltjgnn the eloquent lecturer and able editor of the National Hibernian Not only the Hibernians who brought him her but Vincentians Knights of Columbus and others did all they could to make him feel at home and there need be no hesitancy in saying they succeeded The crowning and closing social feature was of courts the banquet in his honor at the Seel bach on Sunday evening under the auspices of the Catholic Club Alderman Charles F Taylor acted happily and well the role of ioqstmaster with the guest seated upon his right Others at the festive board were Judge Matt ODoherty State Pest dent George J Butler Hon Edward J MclJermott Thomas A Bohan William Eagan Thomas Walsh Johnl Jf Mulloy Martin Cuslck Robert Watson Thomas Keenan Magistrate Patrick T Sullivan Councilman Al S Smith Harry At Swann John Cas Rllly James Hines and William M HigginsAfter the menu Toastmaster Taylor introduced the guest Who declared he would carry away the most pleas ant recollections of Louisville From what he had seen and heard he felt assured the representative men of Louisville would advance Catholicity and that the Irishmen here would do justice to their forefathers in Amer IcaState President Butler invited all present to join hands and lend their aid to the work the A 0 His doing and promised that their truest would return Ron E J McDermott Thomas 1 Walsh Judge ODoherty William Eagan and the other speakers expressed gratitude to Division 1 and Thomas Bohan for what they had done Mr ITaltlgan they said was creating a new admiration for the Irish character valor and learning and the Ancient Order was commended for its efforts In giving the public the truth and making the Irish people better under stood respected and encouraged BeT eral Of the speakers had words of commendation for the National Hibernian and Kentucky Irish Ameri anit which they said It was the duty of everybody to support There was not one but what commended the lecture and united in requesting its repetition Mr Haltan has reason fo feel proud of the impression he fcift fel d him aetle Leek hk dg pa1tnre Ionday SOCIETY Miss Minnie Lee visited Mrs James I Mooney at New Haven last week Miss Annie McGUl has returned from a beneficial stay at Martins vllle Miss Katie KLmball has had as lier guest Miss Maude OBrien of Shep herdsvlllc J Mrs Mary Dermody haft had as her guest Mrs William Geltmaker of Floyd Knob Miss Ella Sweeney has been visit ing friends and relatives at Lebanon and Springfield Miss Maynie Hngan of South Louis rule has been visiting Miss Lena Harris at Stithtou Miss Mary Linsky was this week the guerfh of her cousins Misses Stella and Viola McGrath lleCted110mevisit to Mrs J U loss Edward Cunningham and wife have removed here from Lawrenccburg and will reside In Portland Mss Jennie Farrell has been having a delightful visit at Frankfort where she was the guest of Miss Amy Lyons Mr and Mrs John II Shea spent several days this week with Mr and Mrs Elmer Lonnan 1214 Christy avenue r John Farley has returned to New Orleans after an enjoyable visit with Alexander Dudderar and fatally In Portland Mrs Nan Riley and family who formerly resided at Bardstown have moved to this city and will make i ier home here Mr Michael Finegan of 1119 Sixth street has been confined to his home during the past week with a severe attack of grip Miss tuna Boeswald will return to day from a delightful visit to St Louis where std has been spending six weeks with friends While makinc his rounds this week the stork left a handsome baby boy at the home of Mr and Mrs Phil Rueff on East Green street Peter F Sweeney the well known railroad engineer who has been ill with grip at his home 3311 Third street has almost entirely recovered Mrs John J Schultcn who 1 has been ill with typhoid fever at 1 her apartments In the Jlesten flats in the Highlands is reported as improving Stewart Cook who was the guest of his sister Mrs Thomas D McCauI liffe in South Louisville has re turned to his home at Georgetown Tnd Miss Theresa Karst of Deer Park who has been ill at St Anthonys Hospital Is reported much improved and may soOn be able to return tl her hone Mrs Jesse Wol finger who has Ibeen= living in St Louis for fifteen years has returned to this city and will re side with her irtother Mrs Sarah Met cnlf 804 Laimptori street Miss Alice B Hickey who has just recovered from along Illness will be with Miss Ada McCann 1134 Sixth street until the return of Judge and Mrs McCann from Florida Michael Dougherty for many year engaged in the shoe business on Mar et street has almost entirely re covered from an illness that confined ilin to his room for four weeks Mrs Edward Hafferty who under went a delicate surgical operation at St Edwards City Hospital has been rwnoved to her home tin North Pearl street New Albany having greatly mproved Mrs Margaret Metcalfc and Jittl daughter Margeret Tynan are visit- Ing In Dayton OhIo tine guests of Mrs William Smith with whom they will remain until the latter part ol next month Misses Sophia Josle and Tessle lathe who have been visiting the Misses Teresa and Louise Wathen at Lebanon were guests of honor iat two delightful receptions given by their charming hostesses Fred Bruder and his daughter Mrs Patrick Sltvttery who were called 1to Indianapolis by the sudden death of Mrs Peter Bruder have returned to their home In New Albany where the deceased formerly resided Miss Nannie Daly Who has been 111 at her home one West Main street had so far recovered that her friends hoped to see her out again next Week Thursday night she suffered a relapse and her condition is serious Mrs Sterling B Toney who has been making her home in Denver tiinco the removal of Judge Toney to that city several years ago is in the city the welcome guest of her sisters Darwin W J Imson St Charles Place Louis Seeger has returned rom Martinsvllle where he underwent two months treatment for rheuma tism and is at his home Sixteenth and Madison streets His friends will regret to know that his condition has not improved Mrs Joseph Duffy who lives at 410 West Thirteenth street Jeffer sonvllle and is sixtylour yours old- s removed from her home to Mercy Hospital Tuesday to open ated upon for appendicitis Her condi tion was serious Mrs Frank Hogan left this week to loin her husband in Arizona twkere he Was been employed by a copper mining company Though her many numerous relatives and friends in JeMersonville regret finer departure from their midst tHeyU hope she wHHI had a Happy add toeallhf Ul home in that faroff st- ateli i iX0 + r- STEARTDRYGOODSGD 1- X X- As s- ii i s NnMnp nunsnICatguha- ryr A A- iiHighi rs Grade Clothing 1 y- ii At Half and Less Than Half y- s s i Specials s i WHILE THEY LAST i v IsoAt T I PriceY t 500 Mens Fancy Suits 350 Mens Black and Blue Suits X 75 Mens Prince A bet t Coats and f Vests silk lined 25 Full Dress Suitss 60 Tuxedo Coatsy 20u Spring Overcoats s 150 Fancy Vests I s i1 fi1 f s tfB LJ Y ta s Incorporated s- Xr Jr It will be with feelings of rejoicing that the many friends of Mrs F B Horstman will learn that there is a decidedly favorable change in 1her condition Mrs Horstiuan has been seriously ill at her home on Fifth street and for several days her condition was regarded as critical The condition of Dr E L Carpenter n member of the Louisville School Board from the Second and Third wards is reported slightly tim proved at his home 1527 Shelby street He suffered several hemor rhages last week but since 1 has shown much Improvement and his re covert is expected MOURN HER DEATH Mrs Mnry E Kearney wife of il11111 Kearney and a niece of Judge Mnt ODoherty died of pneumonia Wednesday afternoon nt her hoW2 820 West St Catherine street Mrs Kearney hail been ill about two weeks She recently suffered an iat- tack of grip which developed into pneumonia causing her death When the end came she was surrounded by the members of her family and retires and the sad news was a shook to those who knew her Mrs Kear ney was thirtyseven years of age and is survived by her husband anJ three small children She was noted for her tact and judgment and in her was a lifelong member of the Donilt can parish Besides her husband and children she is survived by her father John Kellyof Memphis o brother the lieu John Kelly of South Dakota and a sister Sister Mary Agnes of the Dominican order living Wntertown Miss The funeral services were held with a high mass of requiem yesterday morning at St Louts Bertrands church For the husband and children there is felt mpat1I In their bereavement i WFll SAID Syracuse Council of the Knights of Columbus did Itself honor and set- a good example by continuing their four years scholarship at the Chris tian Brothers Academy Three boys from each parish will compete 4n examination for the grand prize This is a good example on the part of the Knights and should be followed by every Catholic society the city says the Catholic Sun of that city Also such acts should set Catholics of means thinking as to their duty of higher education for Catholic youth Nothing in the world can take the place of o Catholic school for Catholic children The Christian Brothers are ideal trash ers for boys especially after they have passed their fourteenth vent Catholics should emulate the good Uxuinpiu set by Protestants In ehca tonal matters here this city They have given hundreds of scholarships University for tlleIU V11C AHUfllvutov education of Protestant youth Why should Catholics be less zealous rill their Catholic youth than their Protestant neighbors Well done Knights of Columbus Such work sri bring special blessings MANY HEAR THEM The Lenten devotions at St Cecil las St Williams and Holy Crosd churches where sermons are being preached by the Passionlst fathers are being largely attended many go- Ing from the other parishes to hear them This is the case also at the others where unusual interest is manifested this year OROANIZED Last Sunday at the new church of Stt Columba on West Market street oft which Rev Father Kallaher is the energetic pastor a new conference ot 4MIt Vincent de Paul Society was organized with twenty members which it is expected will son be In beselected at tile next meeting WILt NOT COME There seems little cause for hope Ihat Mrs Mary Anderson de Navarro will come to this country to panic ipute in the opening of the hue new Louisville theater B m d for her a 4 Less Than t Price S 125 Mens Fancy Overcoats Ss3Jo 35 36 37 38 40 former prices 2000 and 2500 S Now 750 r 50 Fancy Suitssmall sizes33 f3J 35 36500and 100 values 500 r i14enCn s eC ii mgkindness in widespread in supporting in witeased Special I SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourta Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas D Clines Vice PresidentJames J Kilkelly Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Financial Secretary P J Cusick Courthouse TreasurerCharles J Finegan Sergeantatarms James Doran DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month I PresidentCon J Ford TreasurerOwen Keiran I Recording Secretary Joseph T Lynch I Financial Secretary JoJm T Kean ey I ImVIS 3 Meets on the First and Third Thur- day evenings of Each Month NorthI I J east corner of Seventeenth and i MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice PresidentPhil Cavanaugh Recording SecretaryJohn Morris Financial Secretary John Hesslon 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daslel J Dougherty Sergeantatarms Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wednesday Evenings of Each Mont- hPresidentJoseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J feEl llott Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial 4cretaryIt E OSulll van 1520 Seventh street- TreasurerWiliam J Connelly SergeantntArmsTIobert Mitchell SentinelWilliam Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSON VILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Plans Hall County President Louis Constantine President John Kennedy Vice Presldent B Coyle Recording Secretary T OHeVn Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy Treasurer Michael Kinney Marshall M Garrity Banner Bearer J G Cole Y l I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Evenl gs at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J wand First Vice PresidentJohn T Ken neySecond Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahan Recording Secretary Ben Reed Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Fred ZahnTreasurerDaniel W Weber MarshalJohn Humphrey Inside Sentinel Adolphus Andriot Outside Sentinel Ozorge Bartsch Her only appearance in public since her marriage has been to sing for the benefit of charity LUNGS NEED BATHS According to the recent dictum of an eminent physician our lungs quite as well as our bodies need baths Especially do they need a both after we have sat for three or four hours in the impure and stale- rnJ of a theater store or factory Then if we could see them our lungs would look as unsightly as the face of a coal heaver looks after a hard days work They need a bath but not a water one Air pure air is the cleanser of the lungs and to bathe them the head should b thrown back and through the nostrils pure fresh Ilk should be inhaled till the lungs are distended to their utmost limit About twnlyfive of the deepest pos sible lungfuls of pure air should be slowly inhaled and exhaled Then the purfe air rushes like a torrent through all the dustycrannies and hidden grimy cornersif the lungs and it carries it every impurity After a long sitting in stale air try a lung bath You will be amazed to find how it will cheer and strengthen ou o r 7- l MACAULEYS ALL NEXT WiCEia Matinee Wednesday and Saturday THE THE LIONAND MOU- SEHOPKTNSM HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY Week Beginning Sunday Feb 24 PAP1NTAThe Beautiful Myriad Dancer James H Cullen The Man From the West Ilootblack Quartette Singers Dancers and Com edlans Georgiana Clark the Scottish Nightingale Daader1aVelle Tro Premier Acrobatic Cyclist Mr and Mrs Allison Minnie from otlnnesotR Kinodronie New Animated Views UESSEMSVamous European Equitibrlstlc Marvel PRICES Evening 10 to 75 cents Matinee Best Seat In House 25 cents BUCKINGHAM MATINEE DAILY Week Commencing Sunday Mallnee Feb 24 Bisenr on THIB SEASON NETTIE GRANTS BIG EXTRAVAGANZA CO Presenting the greatest aggregation of burlesque and vaudeville talent yet seen here Mens 1250 Suits f and Overcoats r For a 750SUITSare Cassimeres and Worsteds single and doublebreastedall sizes OVERCOATSare black and Oxford Friezes and Kerseys anda few long fancy Sco- tchesLEWS THIRD AND MARKET t Cutab Phone J389Home Phone 2144 NIONICECREAMCQ1MANUYACTUIU4RS PURE 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Mercy of Jeffersonville Ind own and manage a private hospital for the care and treatment of insane and epileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHeR MARY REGINA HERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue JeffersonvUle lad THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nightCarriages 1225 W MARKET ST PETER M ANDRWI I 8SONS WAGON MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repairing and Rubber Tires 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY AI J1PULSIP U DYER AND 11 Ladles mi Guts Wearing Apprtl WORK GUARANTEED fmaei6u52i 1 Street H i o c J r n PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Ii Brewed selectedfrom carefully barley and hopsnever permitted to leave the agedr Sts1 F CLEANER OFFICE ItOURSJ SUNDAYS 8T06 Q TO 12 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 oppJoo C Lewis Co That the WallPlaster we manufacture is used for plastering houses It is guar anteed to make a good hard job and can be applied one day and finished the next 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 55 KyAlsoter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone b55 J EVery Catholic Family should read the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN One Dollar Per Year BANQUET AND OUTlNQ Now that the Young Mens Institute Grand Council will meet at Owensboro In August the members of Earto Council are planning to show the delegates and visitors a royal time Already a banquet at the Ilndd House and a Chautauqua outing have been arranged for Other matters pertaining to the coHvcirtleai jwlll come up at the next eethrgof the council- S ii r D- ii b HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- Newa Notes The Ladles Auxiliary of Lowell Mass has a very line choir New dlvlslsns were recently organ- Ized nt BroWnville and Carthage X YThe annum ball given toy the ordei J In Philadelphia resulted In a net profit of 4009 Ii I I In Montreal and Quebec there willI be big parades by the lubernlans Iir celebration of St Patricks day Division 1 of Duluth at its meeting last Meek in Cathedral Hall worked ttwo degrees on a class of fifteen t candidates Next May National President Cum mings will visit St Paul and MinnC upolls when the two cities will holt1 n big initiation Duluth Hibernians nre making preparations for the entertainment of 600 delegates when the Minnesota I State convention meets there The Onondaga County Board at recent meeting held at Syracuse nil thorlzed the organization of nnothei division and prospects were reporter bright for two more The Ladies Auxiliary of Utica X Y celebrated last week with a banquet In honor of St Midget the piiest of honor being Ilev Father Hogan who told an interesting story of his recent trip to Ireland Milwaukee Hibernians are for a fit ting celebration of St Patricks day An entertainment will be held at one of the theaters and it iis probable that George Clarkof South Bend Ind will be tine speaker of the even ing Division 1 of Roanoke with a mem bee hip of sixtytwo has so effectually done its work that today the mortgage on its lot and building pur closed in 1900 has been reduced to 1600 The property is now worth over 15000- JJ he Ladles Auxiliary of Dnluth or iertaincd their friends in Cathedral1 Hall vith n well attended cnrd party serving light refreshments at the cruse They donated the pr red tIn the funds for fresccirg the hall which is now in progress When the Rhode Island Ladles Auxiliary held their first reception and banquet at Providence they lIar as guests of Oov James IHggins National President Cummings and1 Mayor Patrick McCarthy all o whom responded to toasts The Hibernians of Portland Ore are planning two entertainments that will surpass anything before undertaken by them The first will1 be on March 4 in celebration of the birth of Robert Emmet and the other on St Patricks day In honor of Ire lands patron saint Division 3 of Syracuse will give a musical and literary entertainment at St Marys Hall on March 17 for tie benefit of the Cathedral Sunday school Lovers of Irish music anti literature will enjoy the treat being prepared for them Prominent men will deliver addresses Archbishop McCarthy of Nova Scotia speaks in high praise of e Hibernians At tare recent installa tion in Halifax his Grace expressed his great pleasure at being present saying he always made it a point to attend the gatherings of the order anti If lie were absent it was because his church duties prevented him St Patricks day will be observe in fine style this year by the Xew Orleans Hibernians The usual parade will be eliminated but n solemn high mass will be celebrated in the Holy Name of Mary church in Algiers nail in the evening there will be a banquet at whlcih Archbishop Tames II Blenk will be the guest of honor Out in California tine State convention voted to have an annual general celebration of St Patricks day at sonic central point to be named by the State Board Division 1 of San- Tos one of the strongest and most active on the coast has come promptly to the front ami naked that their city be selected for the first celebrationLowell have chartered two trains to convey their members and two bands and a drum corps to Manchester X a for the StPnt ricks day parade Chief MarshalI John OConnell has offered a prize of 100 to the division turnIng out the largest number of men and another of 10 to the one showing the neatest appearance The work of raising funds for the erection of a new central hall for the order in Baltimore will be outlined at a big smoker to be held starch 11 that will be attended by the entire local membership of over 1700 It Is proposed to appoint a committee of 250 members who win go out upon a vigorous campaign for subscriptions to the building fund State President Dorsey has added another division to the New York State organization The installation was at Hamilton and was attended by delegates from Syracuse Utica and Oneida and Bev Father McDonnell who spoke kind words when all attended vespers at St Marys The people of Hamilton gave the vis- Itors a banquet preceding the sIcini- 18slon The Hibernians having in charge the programme for the celebration of St Zatricks day at Indianapolis have invited James M Graham of Springfield 111 to deliver the ad chess at the mass meeting to be held in the afternoon in Tomlinson Hall The souvenir to toe Issued this year will contain a history of the order and other Information never before brought together tn popular shape MOURNED At FRANKFORT Not for many years has a death occurred that caused more profound grief in Frankfort than that of Miss Settle Ofberman whose funeral Mon daymorning was one of the largest ever held in the Church of the Good Shepherd Rev Father Major was the celebrant of ithe solemn mass of requiem and during Iris tribute to her who had grown up as one of his girls nore could restrain their tears Miss Olbermanwas noteU for her kindly and amiable disposition amd was a most lovable young woman rJ n In nil the social attain of the Stat Capital she was a leading figure anaI a void Is left that will not be soo- filled She is survived by two brothers William and raul Olberman tite latter living In Louisville where the deceased was a frequent visitorI andI also well know- nVNIGIITS OF BOLDQDiI Late News That Will Interestti Members Here and where ElseII theirII Minnesota Knights will hold theIsecond Tuesday in May Hey Father Raffo chaplain of the council here is now recovering ironan attack of the grip Preparations are now being nnuli by the local1 council to hold a big initiation the first part of April Tllie national convention of the or der will meet the first Tuesday iit August nt the Pine Reach Motel nca Xorfolk The next convention of the Xew York State Counell will be held at Saratoga Springs convening on Tues 1day May 4 The time is not far distant when the Louisville Council will have n clu Jhouse that every Catholic in the cit can be proud of The stirring resolutions adopted b the councH here on Frances attitude to tine church created favorable com ment everywhere Rev G A Guertiii who has been appointed Bishop of the Manchester diocese will be tendered a reception and banquet by Manchester Council The Knights of Manchester X 11 have accepted the invitation of the Hibernans and will participate in the parade of that organization on St Patricks day AMUSEMENTS Out of the real theatrical events of the season is booked for appear nude at MncnuleyH all next week It is the Lion and the Mouse ac opted everywhere ns one of the greatest stage triumphs of recent years It Is the Identical company seen during the long Chicago run that will appear here headed by tier trude Coghlan and Autlnir Byron Dainty and attractive Florence lllndlcv will be the star nt the Ma sonic Theater nil of met week open Ing her engagement on Monday even- Ing Miss Illndley hits many warn surefto be n welcome one She Is said to have a most congenial role and attractive vehicle this season Tt would seem ns though much ou of the ordinary is in store for pat eons of vaudeville next week when it is known that the bill at the Hop Iloins has Pit nt n tn for its headline attraction The rest of the bill is said also to contain manyof the best known artists in the continuous The Ituckinglnun promises its best show of the season next week when Xettle Grants big musical extrava ganza company will prevent an ag gregation of burlesque and vaudeville talent of superlqr liierif fn the com puny are several who have not been seen here before HINTS ON STYLE Tan pongee it is predicted will be worn more than formerly Silks and marquisettes now show variety of borders in different styles In party dresses as in wash dresses princess gowns predominate Among the wost popular laces fo the coming season will be Irish crochet and Irish baby There will be no cessation this sea son in the lavish employment of rib bons of decorating gowns Inchwide satin ribbon and Valen ciennes lace make pretty berthas fo either silk or lingerie blouse Linens nre displaying borders anti white borders are to be seen on many of the colored zephyr ging hams Chiffon poplin is a new spring mad terial that will be seen and Is lovely in the soft light gray that again is to the front- Uroadeloths in navy blue browns dark greens and reds will be used more than they have for years at tbo spring season Bordered fabrics will be high style this spring and summer Among the new novelties are white silk and cot ton materials with a floral border Smart separate coats for spring made of covert cloth novelty suiting and of heavy cheviots are among the earliest sellers in the new seasons garmentsIt be some Urne before the advance In Japanese and pongee silks will be felt but certainly any pickups that one may make in these goods should be taken advantage of GROW WITH THEM A busy woman once said that she never knew how much she could no complish until she became the companion of her young sons sharing their sports and limiting her own working hours to theirs Today tbeI ore young men and she looks like their sister There are other young mothers of grown men and they are rather formidable rivals to younger women The sons unconsciously make comparisons generally In favor of mother It is beautiful to grow up In this fashion with ones chil dren to keep pace with them in new studies and new thoughts something like a second youth We are so quick to put away youthful things unless we have some such Incentive to hold then SWEEPING Aiter sweeping a room go over the carpet with either a sponge or old flannelas they neither leave Unt that has been moistened well with ammonia and water Use a full table spoonful to a quart of warm water Whalebone 100 years ago brought J25 a ton Atoll uf it now is worth 130OG- a C0- f s- aI IRELAND Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges f Councillor Xonnetti M P was elect ed for another term liS Lord Mayor of Dublin A woman named Doogan ups killed ruilIunnnlIrMcCarthy seconded by Justice Potter uponitssucceeding lames J Stafford Tin latter displayed zeal and ability for the past three years in discharge of his duties as Mayor Alderman Maurice Quinlan was 01 t Wednesday elected Mayor of Water ford forJ a second term of officer Councillor Janus llacketts name wus placed first on the list for Shrievalty for the coming year The Cork Corporation bya vote of almost two to one elected Richer Cronin to time Mnyornlity his oppo rent being Thomas Donovan James listJKarl Shnftesbnry has been Installed sueyDixon linen who held the position for seven years Dr OConnell the nominee of the Catholic Association who was defated wt the recent clad Lions by the United Irish League can HighSheriffSheriffThe death of the venerable Arch deacon Furlong at Gorey caused County11eefurdsome time but to tine end took a very prominent part in all that effected 1 the interest of his parishioners lIe belonged to n pominent Wex ford family and was a brother ol Canon Furlong of Taghmon Father John Quinlnn a well known priest In the diocese of Limerick fiftyone years pf age succumbed to an acute attack of pneumonia his demise Is keenly felt by the diem throughout the diocese Father John officiated alternately in the cityo Limerick and in Newcastle West parIshPnllnskenry where he tiled A farmer named William Lecn olf Arabella near Trnlec met his death in n ing proceedhornhorse off the road down n narrow passage to water the animal the car endue In contact with a fence got upset find the unfortunate occupant etthe river When was extinct lie wits found face down wards in ttin inches of water At a special meeting of the Clonmcl Corporation h1 MI Murphy and Alder tuna 11I Condon M1 P were propos ed for the Mayoralty and the latter was elected by a majority of one The proitMjlings were of a lively character After the election an appeal was made by Alderman Mor 1insey to have nil parties in the Coun cil sink their differences avid work together III the future for the good of their common country This was accepted by Alderman Condon and the meeting ended harmoniously A sensation was caused in ClounuI IIy the stopping of the funeral of Mrs Charlotte Iritchard Montgomery n widow ladyof Independent mean The police were responsible for the consida ered an Inquest necessary In Cause quence of facts which had come to their notice The inquest was held and Dr Otlynn stated that when Suir day he found her unconscious lien ns of opinion that death was due to alcoholic poisoning The jury eat led for a postmortem examination which was made by Drs OBrien and OFlynn They agreed that there was no mark of violence irritantrpoison Hm confirmed the original opinion that death was due to exces sive use of alcohol Two men were killed at the Balnu moro crossing near linllymoncy Station on the Midland railway It appears that a special engine de spatched trout Hnllyinoney reached time crossing just when a trap con taining Joseph Minoek und Hugh Matthews and Minocks nephew was crossing TIll engine dashed into the trap instantly killing Minoek and Matthews and cutting the leg off th nephew who was brought to Bully money lafh mary The horse was also killed and the trap smashed Matthews belongs to Limavady and traveled by rail to Cokrninein the morning to join Minoekjin driving to a funeral from which they were re turning when the accident occurred Matthews leaves a family of five one son holding an important educational appointment in England A most mystelous occurrence Is re ported in Itoscoinnion Involving the death of a woman named Sarah Jane Beirne and the arrest of her hus band Patrick Beirne of Boyle itI appears that Bierne and his wife visited Gurteen district County HUgo about eight miles from Boyle where they were selling some fruit When returning home nt night and after going some distance BeJrne says he found his wife hanging from the cart her dress being entangled on the trace hooks He succeeded in extricating her but was unable to get her on the cart again and went to Boyle a distance of three miles for his daughter When he returned she had disappeared and could not e found Time next morning the woman was discovered lead on the roadside by a man named Gara and Postman McElroy Beirne was ar ested and conveyed to Ballymote where he was brought before Justice Tlannon and remanded in custody for eight days VISITED OLD FRIENDS Charles II Fust who with Henry Kraft and several others founded the Fifth street Market thirty three years ago but retired in 1888 his son taking h5splace was a welcome visitor there last Wednesday With the Krafts he conducted ithe oldCen tral Market on Fourth street nvhere Kaiufanan Straus are now located Because of the growth or the city and their business they baught the ground at Fifth and Green and erect ed the market house standing there d a FRANK FEHR1 BREWING CO 1IVOO KJPOT rich Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE K- DFHNK BeIBREWED BY SENN ACKERMA BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVILLE K45 Cunib Phone MaIn 1913 Home Phone 1913 THE WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor gyGruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 14 OS Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN B PRANK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY ASK x0F2 D ERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE TELEPHONE 2863 SOWD ERS FISH CO FOR I PURE OYSTERS NO WATER NO PRESERVATIVE 151 W JEFFERSON ST CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jefluson Both Telephones 1080 SIII All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASSl EXCHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO Proprietors 339 FIFTH STREET now and still controlled by the Krafts Mr Fust lives in Clifton and though seventy years old is as active as those who are many years younger LINCOLN PARK BOULEVARD Messrs John Barry Sylvester llapier Edwin Dawson Francis Bowl ing and Dr J I Green yell compris ing a delegation tram New Haven and Nelson county were here Thurs day to present the claims of the People of that county for the Lincoln Park boulevard and to enlist the Commercial Club in the interest of the route they favor which has ad vantages possesses by none of the others No faction was taken the Commercial Club postponing the matter until nwctcweek O nl- y yr 0 shapescanIndependent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Drersing Ladies and Children a Specialty Office 2400 Payne St Both Phones Give your boys in education tbat will prepare them for life ST XAVJERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway Lonlsvltle Ky SdenlhieandliudnesaCourseIreparatory Do UqullPe4Gymnsslum HENRY flUNOLD DEAIHR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty nome Phase m 540 Wa WALNUTc HERRMANN BRC1 IMPORTERS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Brands of Ken tacky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BeND Telephone 148 234 Sixth Street- WIRES LIQUORS CIGARS VALS SALOONVAL Hot Lunch every morning irons 9M to 1230 oclock 44 vr GUi ir r M a 1 1r ji r =NTCOKY IRJ8Hi MERXON ONE FARE ROUND TRIP TO ST LOUIS VIA THE P HENDERSON ROUTE I National BowlingT9urnament March 16 to March 31 E M WOMACK Cify Pass Agent S W Cor Fourth and Main PhUU uu System VnMulloys Coffees and Teas are the standard in all grades Always deliriously fresh and puje the quality never varies One of our Coffee Specials at 3 Lbs for 50c- A trade winner and an unusual satisfier Black Green or Mixed Tea 45c We are still giving the Rebate Tickets One with each 25c purchasean extra inducement to trade with MULLOYcu COFFEE ROASTER I m14 cr MARKIOT STREETgl tyB w LAKE SHORE nnn BRAND n Elgin Creamery Butter PURE WHOLESOME NUTRITIOUS The Best to be found Ask your Grocer to get it for you CHAS WIGGINTONSole Agent for Louisville Also Agent lor 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 Call and see our display of Handsome Silverware BRUNN THE JEWELER 530 West Harket 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 snake closer prices See us about it MONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated 6lDt49t30 FOURTH AVENUE ssQC O lie ciias fl= Rogers BOOK GO e PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES TO SUIT EVERY TASTE Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the affinest of their kind in the city Si BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOF EVERY DESCRIPTION + 4634 T2T Jefferson Street + + + + + + pp+ + + EiUWlsbed Reliable r SNK WIVCEB rrwt HEATING STOVES COALRANGESand COOK STOVES Our assortment for this season is the choicest we have ever had and almost all of our stock is Home Manu- factureGEHER SON 217 West Market Street Shorthand and Typewriting II as taught at this institution is a valuable acquisition to anyperson A stepping stone to success Secures tho best employment J Spencerian graduates are always in demand E COMMERCIAL SCHOOL lNdpPO1UcTmtrltrrhSre LODISVILLK KY ASK FOR FALLS CITY BEER cOIM SALE EVERYWHERE ME P0ME 75g1 CUMSKON TEST 19 C Q 0Ur o Satisfaction tionor YourMoney Back 0000e o 81 BACD SONill = e MARKET STREET BET THIRD AND fOURTH INCORPORATED I1907 Spring Models in Shirt Waists I I Never were wash waists more beautiful than they are this year Never were we so well supplied with the new uptodate models making it easy for us to satisfy all I tastes even the most fastidious But the scope of I our variety and beauty of our waists are not our only claims for considerationour prices are low and cer tain to meet approval We mention but a few of qp our waists aJn A- t98c 1 I We are showing a very large and attractive assortment of White Wash WaIststhe styles are new and up to date some elbow others t length sleeves some have lace trimmings others are trimmed with tucks e 00e 0 At 149 We have beautiful White India Limon and Soisette Waists fronts are of overembroldery or embroidered and lace and tucked trimmed You will consider these waists excellent values for the price all sizes e i CEAD MILLE FAILTHE For Distinguished Visitors at St Patricks Last Sunday Last Sunday morning at the meeting of St Patricks Conference of tin St Vincent de Paul Society perhaps the largest in America a hearty Irish Catholic welcome was given thre distinguished guests Hev Fathei McMahon and President Thoma Mulry of the Superior Council letYork and Patrick J Haltigan of Washington The hall adjoining tin church was thronged and many were standing during the meeting Prcsr dent Edward J OBrien and Pica General Cronin were elated over the big gathering and were happy when introducing the visitors who were greatly surprised with what they beheld The visitors spoke briefly congratulating Father Cronin and the President after the reports had been read They bad no idea of the proportions of the work this conference was doing and by this visit they had learned much that would be of value in their respective cities All called attention to the advice of St Yin cent de Paul who said that while at tending to ordinary business ant dally needs we should not allow our selves to be transported by eager ness and anxiety but take reasonable and moderate care and then leave everything completely and entirely to the disposal and guidance of Divine Providence giving it scope to arrange matters for its own ends and to manifest to us Gods will for we may consider it certain that when God wills that an affair should succeed delay does not spoil it and the greater part He takes in it the less will be left for us to do- SUBSTANTIAL Reval of the Temperance Movement All Over Ireland The year 19PO saw a substantial revival of the temperance movement all over Ireland with its splendid ad junct the AntiTreating League This last started in Dublin but spread rap- Idly everywhere enrolling as many is a thousand n month of the young men of Ireland in its rigid ranks Tins was specially taken up in Cork where the famous Father Mathew the great apostle of temperance rose up about seventy years ago FWtTier Mathew personally administered the pledge against intoxicating drinks to over five millions of people in Ire land Great llritian and America MACKIN COUNCIL There was a fair attendance at the netting of Mackin Council last Mon lay night but nevertheless two ap- plicatIons were filed and three new numbers elected There was conoid srable disappointment over the in ibillty of Grand President Martin toe present but liis nlace was well filled by Supreme Director Jcflm J lu ivan who made an advisory and veil tinted address Ten memlfers were reported on the kit list and placed on the records of 1he council After several com- municatIons had been read and acted upon the coniniltte preparing for the opera reported that fine progress was icing made and their recommenda ion that it Ibe presented two nights In the month of May was concurred In DOWN WITH GRIP Charles F Itaidy the popular letter tarrler and exPresident of Mackin ouncll is confined to his home on West Main street a victim of the grip No man in the jest End has more friends and those on his route Whom he so faithfully serves hope for his speedy recovery and return to duty The last reports were that his condition had undergone favorable change and that lie was out of ilanger JEFFERSON VILLE The Hibernian Dramatic Club oi effersonvlHe Is rehearsing almost rightly lots Its St Patricks day ens ertainment which takes puce at 0- m to At j 198 If We have a goodly as sortment of White India Linon Waists the waists are made with round or square yoke of Fine Val lace with full front of Swiss embroidery lace and tucks all sizes oeg00 e OO Speiths Theater on Monday Marc 18 when the mirth provoking comedy She Would be a Widow will bc given a splendid presentation This club is composed of the best in our sister city and the talentI that wit present the comedy seventeen well known young ladle and gentlemen The production will be under the direction of Henry W Newman of this city GRIEF AND DEATH iTulius Piazza a lifelong member of St Martins church and one of the most prominent Swiss Catholics in Jjoulsyille died jfonday at his home 1514 Logan street and it is thought that grief for his wife who preceded him less than three weeks ago hastened the end Deceased was ta public spirited citizen interested in the advancement of Christianity nnd all that pertained to the welfare of Louisville For forty years he was active in the societies connected wu St Martins church and besides was prominent in the Catholic Knights of America the German Benevolent So ciety St Josephs Orphans Society and St Martins Brotherhood Mr Piazza also took a deep interest in the charitable work of this city and did much for the deserving poor He is survived by four sons and four daughters They are Tohn Piazza Julius Piazza Jr William Piazzn Joseph Piazza Mrs Frank Dacher Miss Elizabeth Piazza Miss Mary Piazza ani1 Piss Bertha Tiazza The funeral took place Thursday morning and was one of the largest that tens occurred at St Martins siiice the death of Monsignor Zagbler OFFICERS ELECTED At the meeting of the Board of Di rectors of the Commonwealth Life Insurance Company Judge Matt ODoherty and Judge Samuel Kirby were again elected Vice Presidents and Darwin W Johnson was con tinued as Secretary and Treasurer The Commonwealth is a Kentucky Company and is recognized as one of the safest and best managed in the country The names mentioned are an assurance of protection for those v3io carry policies in the company which has sprung into popularity without any criticism the result of its honest methods and prompt pay ment of pouches BACK ON DUTY John Ford pipeman of the No 2 hetnlcal company who was painfully hurt by burning plaster falling upon his face and eyes lit a fire on Cres cent avenue last Saturday line re turned to his post At the same fire Capt John Kraemer elms seriously cut by heavy glass falling upon his right hand and severing an artery Capt Vul Riehl also suffered injury being badly burned about the hands While fighting the flames they were all three caught under a mass of fall ing burning material and It may be some time before they will have re oreredMANY GOING TO ST LOUIS On account of the national bowling ournampnt at St Louts next month icglnninp March 16 the Henderson Route will sell round trip tickets for 8 being one fare Besides the fifteen or twenty bowling teams that will go from here there will be a great natty spectators and visitors that vlll take advantage of this rate to visit jibe Mound City GEORGE MULLIOAN HURT George E Mulligan who is well emembered as manager of the Louis the Hotel was badly injured at the Ottawa Canada race track last Sat mlay He was walking along the track when one of the horses bore riowii on him He was badly brutsd but no bones were broken Mr Mulli anis manager of the Russell House at Ottawa SINKING RAPIDLY Thursday morning one of the at tending physicians stated that Bishop Sdwanl Fitzgerald of the Catholic liocese of Little Rock was sinking rapidly and that all hopes of his re overy had been abandoned Bishop iltzgorald was consecrated February 31867 sad lias done much for Cath illclty in the West His illness has teen of long standing and necessi jted bate appointment of a coadjutor U n l1 eeeeHigh V Grade Goods at PopularPrices i BEQUEST TO CHARITY I Will of the Late Count John Creighton Flied For Probate The will of the late Count John A Creightton nits filed for probate Mon day afternoon at Omaha It makes specific bequests of 1150000 oi which 250000 goes to relatives ami his housekeeper and 900000 goes te educational and benevolent Institu lions the Creighton University lead ing with 500000 But all that is leftover estimated to be upwards of 5 000000 is to be distributed among the beneficiaries specifically named in the will in tile same proportions that their shares bear to the whole amount Thus it is estimated each one will receive four to five times as notch as specifically named The following institutions besides Creighton University are given the amounts named as relative shares in the residue of the estate Creighton Memorial St Josephs Hospital 200000 Little Sisters of the Poor 50000 Working Girls Home 50000 Sisters of Good Shepherd 50000 Sisters of Poor Clare 50000 EVICTED TENANTS Cause of the Fallen Fighters- In Land Wars Pushed Ahead The cause of the evicted tenantJ the fallen fighters 1 in the numerous Irish land wars is being rapidly pushed ahead after years of vexa tious waIting Through the influence of the youthful and patriotic Bishop of Kaphoe Dr ODonnell and that at the irish Parliamentary party the evicted tenants in Donegal have been restored to Mielr lames In support of further good work several meet ings have been held in the north and in the south and those who are in possession of their hearths and homes are advised not tc sign any agreements until the claims of the evicted arc recognized and fairly dealt with DEATII STOPS VISIT Mrs J J itlonoltan wife of the Master Mechanic of the Si N slops nt Paris Tenn and mother of Mrs B J iBorrone of Bowling Green died very suddenly Tuesday night at her home in Paris She was expected to arrive that night to visit her daugh ter In Bowling Green who instead re ceived the sad message announcing aImosthigh esteem in Paris and Bowling Green BOTH PLAYED WELL On Friday night of last week in one of the most interesting basket ball games seen here this season the University Flexner School won a decisive victory over the strong St Marys College team by a score of 17 to Grime star player for St Marys was Richard J Green while Louis Seel bach carried off the honors for the University Flexner GOT THEIR ICE The monks at Oethsemanl Abbey in Nelson county took advantage of the recent cold weather and filled both of their ice houses This will prove a great saving as well as convenience as it is very difficult to procure 1 ls there during the summer season WILL ATTEND BOTH Bishop Macs who will leave for Europe in the spring and be present nt the golden jubilee of the American College at Louvaln next summer wiltI return in time to preside over time In ternational Eucharistic Congress at Plttsbur v the first ewer held In this country RED WOMAN NUN Miss Alice Laurent daughter of the chief of the Abenaqul Indians at PJerrevllle Canada took the 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