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IT TI f KENTJIKY IRISH AMERICAN T LLUlUE XVIUNO 9 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 2 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS NATIONALIST Demand Ilomalns Unaltered and Unalterable For Native Irish Parliament United Irish League Directory o Truly Representative Dody Ball Rolling That Will Soon Drive Lord Clanrlcardo From Galway STAtiB OUTRAGE RESENTED IN DUBLIN Preparatory to the great battle for Ireland soon to be begun in the British Parliament writes the New York Tlines correspondent drom Dub lin the Xnitionol Directory of the United Irish League which is tIle popular backing of the Irish party 3n that Parliament lielu their seventh annual meeting In Dublin a few dajis ago A truly representative body this National Directory is They elected officers and passed resolu tions embodying their attitude on about every important public ques- tIon in Ireland Tvo of thesethe first one and the last one of about moment to Ire n dozennre of great land jjust now First John E Red Eon as member of the Standing Committee of the National Directory moved that We declare in the name of the people of Ireland that the Na tional demand remains unaltered and unalterable for a native Parliament with responsible Executive having power over all purely Irish affairs etc That was the first resolution unanimously carried After passing several other resolutions bearing on Irish necessities Kedmond again moved and it was carried unanimous ly that The Standing Committee lU liereby directed at the earliest pos sible moment after the Government r scheme for Irish government in Ire land is produced to summon a Na- tIonal convention to decide the ques tion of what the attitude of the Irish party should be to this measure and that we ttppeal to our people In every part of Ireland to at once organize themselves 60 as to insure toot this momentous National nssem blyl will bfr thoroughly representative of the whole Irish people Poor Lord Clanricardet There is J liardly any one in all Ireland or England even In line House of Lords so poor as to do him honor with all his 30000 a year from his Irish estates The ball is rolling that will before long drive him bag nun ibaggage out of Gnlwiay city anti county forever Think of a hundred families on their native soil but Without any perma nent home since he evicted then twenty years ago camping out as best they may living from hand tto mouth on the charity of their neighbors tind help of friends In America waiting till he should get over his huff and either rent or sell to them- n place to live and work on idle is the ground is all around them Mid this stubborn old man from his bachelor den in London dictates this ngent Lord Clanricarde does not want to Jiear anything about victed tenants The very mention of them makes him angry and he does not recognize the land not of 1903 By such uselessly cruel pigheaded ness is Lord ClanrJcarde helping to legislate himself out of Galway for Galways good A bill was read in the late session of Parliament to force inim to sell to the Land Com irision every bit of his 50000 acres I in Ireland and he is himself furnIsh- Ing the best arguments for its spewly passage Ho has no friends in the Commons and ithe Lords are not thankful to him for helping to pile I on the cxTuim that is being heaped on tnem from all sides The Dublin National Theater founded for the preservation of Irish dramas of the uplifting kind with William Uutler Yea s Lady Gregory Bernard Shaw Synge and others in terested was the scene of o big rum pus when the curiously coarse and iinIrlsh play The Playboy of tho wl1aprcsentedWI1111 0hero and Irish women unblushingly making love to him how It ever got on the boards of the theater even for rehearsal is lufont amazing And I1in when challenged Butler Yciits F art ihhgiWe sional pagans but underneath the pajrnn powo we thought we detected noiiin ClirUtian Jntllnoti that kept hhn pure and hlijlinilnilcd Dut wo will never get over tho author of lefemllngthisYeata Ii danmod n Ireland along4 HilliI Hynife Ilaylioy of ths Wet rrn World It ws heated nail blued Oft the loffii and tIu boaters were srrnIedsind fined Hut they were Sill rMprtULU retpoiuitule men Mlio iwfU t leSt flntt prompt and uer4 tliHr ilrU ni Ui kio to do II Bjjaln If ifjrlr frclinud were njraln jiuUHol iMifr Tfd In two Atnie man int UWfUC tiff IMNt JJtaM 3 Jfrelytor iiumy ycare If rn4w4 rnimi4 fllf 4is 4iy dM st 1445 Swwae wt nllHIIU Btrnvt IH ftfttunUy Ha tt i a nalJro ot IaHiW1Gu147 11IIQrMJ 1r f Ih41j =l fl ieJ 4Ua susxl Itt I Ji u I 0 1831 and tins since lived licre For many years he woo a valued employ of tile L l N anti was popular WWI ills fellowworkmen Surviving him are his wife nnd five children and three brothers Corporal Patrick and Hugh Kencaly of this city and John lKenwily of St Louis Deceased was a member of the Andcnt Order of Hibernians the Catholic Knights and rodlcs of America and the St Vin cent do Paul Society of St Williams church lIlt death Is mourned bv a wide circle of friends and acquaint flares The funeral Monday morning was the largest ever witnesed at St Williams church Itev Denis Mur phy was the celebrant of the muss and In the sermon paid high tribute to the life and worth of the deceased WILL MOVE Division 1 11 O H to Occupy New and Handsome Quarters Thomas Dolan John iMulloy ami Peter Cuslek reported Tuesday night that the new and elegantly furnished halt at Firft and Market streets could be secured for tlie meetings of Division 1 A O II and were Instructed to lease same for five years This selection will have the approval of till the members as it gives the parent division a handsome und com modious home in the center of the city Januti Kilkelly wielded the gavel in the absence of President Clines keeping the business moving nicely After Anthony Thompkins liad been elected Secretary Koenan reaVl the proceed tugs of the Countyt Board meeting and then the name ol James J Hlnes was proposed for membership Tounty Presidpnt Murphy visited the division and when introduced spoke On coumgiivgly of the work being done nnd the llaltlgnn lecture The divis ion was notified that all members were expected to approach holy com munion on Sunday March 17 and upon motion the County officers were asked to select the church of the patron of the orderSt Patricks The members present were decidedly opposed to holding a banquet in cele bration of St Patricks day but of fered no objectlon to a postponement of ithe entcrtoliriment that was to be given at Macauleys until after JIaster Ten tiuwnbers were reported bv the Visiting Committee as on the sIck list but fortunately none were In a serious condition When tIle division mocs into its new home the meeting nights will be changed to eitlier Wednesdayor Wridny the latter meeting with most favor as It will not intrfere with the others or the auxiliaries ALL ARE OFF Prance Brcaks Negotiations Providing For Lease of Churches According to press reports the Vati can authorities consider that the negotiations for the lease of the churches Wave been broken by the French Government not having re mimed the negotiations on the same lines where Minister Briand Inter rupted them but having added evI- dently at the Instigation of Premier Clemenceaai new conditions offensive to the church which are not acceptable Especially the clause pro- hIbiting the appointment of foreign priests as hearts lof parishes Wthen the Pope received Mgr Conrad Bishop of St Anns he expressed the deepest regret at the rupture of tho negotiations Regarding the lenses he exclaimed For a moment I hoped that gometlilng might be saved but now my disillusion is more bitter than ever The Vatican mibhor ties are very indignant at the new conditions in serted 1n the lenses and declare that M Cleonenceau had made a secret coalition with Deputy Meunler and Deputy Allurd vho arc determined to push the antlCntnolic war to ex tremes and who hope to suppress public worship in France A Vati can official said Saturday that the condition not to accept foreign priests as heads of parishes might be admitted In exchange for some benefit but under the present circum stances this clause is a gratuitous insult SACRED HEART CHURCH Tomorrow morning at the high mass at the Sacred Heart church Seventeenth and Broadway the Her Patrick Walilt will begin tlhet Fonty Hours prayer one of tha most im pruuivo and beneficial devotions of the chute which will conclude on Tuesday Tliosa who desire can gain many indulgences while ut the some time mostt worthily observing the holy atinon of Lent Hie Sacred Heart IU an excellent congregation and Uierc Is no doubt but that the re lullA will be gratifying to Father Walsh and those priests wJio will as siV him CiOeS fAit WEST Jrml Jerry P OMearo one of the bant known 11 s well DM oinonff the bl wt members of the KltxWthtotvn bur will l1eun Tuwdoy for Ilartles rllle Indian Territory vJiero lie will Mcm1golno1falII iianllti Bounty In U a long prllrf mimf ItiimNiUtoJjr following tht txiojiKon of Kentucky new coimtKU lion Hr in louIsville to Inn isiny- fdki who will liCfM tfor hU sueeu4 hiI gi rn rar WH U I tJ J APPALLING Phelps Stokes Black Indlct wont of1ew Yorks Pub lie Schools Assorts Half the Girls Attend lug TIm Are Destined to Lives of Shame Unanswerable Reasons Why Catholics Should Favor Re ligious Training LESSORS TO BOYS AND GIRLS There are even among Catholics says a recent issue of the Syracuse Catholic Sun a large number of well meaning persons who affect to be have that the public schools of Ameri ca III which religion can not be thaught and where that only basis of sound morality can not be laid are amply sufficient for their children When they are shown by the reliable statistics that atheism infidelity and atianI they listen coldly and continue to as sert that the public schools suit them very well Yet it Is nn Indisputable taughtintjilrd of the last century those who were trained In those schools were publicschoolC011lctIonsgrowlessthe fact that of this countrys profess another undeniable fact viz that correspondent with this decadence of religion as a result of purely secular training there has set in upon our social order nn overwhelming tidal wave of murders embezzlements graft social impurities divorces and such like until the greatest thinkers in the country have taken alarm churgtIfsecular system or rather two of them Writing from New York the Cincinnati TimesStar n daily owned and controlled by n brother of United States Secretary Wm II Taft Herbert Corey states that two notable ugalnstthcIn the last week One was by J II Phelps Stokes the millionaire Social 1st who addressed u meeting of his comrades The other was by the superintendent of one of the three lar gest department stores in the city Mr Stokes said Onehalf of the girls now attending the public schools of New York are destined to live lives of shame The dry goods man paid The educational system of New York is the merest folly Not one boy or girl in one hundred who applies to us Is fit to take a position involving the supplementary given It may be said that Mr Stokes charge Is rather against the city than the schools for the children of Greater New York arc perforce compelled to live the greater part of their lives in the street exposed to every bad influence But the school should be In part at least a correct lye Listen to this recital of the inef fective manner in which city school teachers perform their part There are five thousand positions open in stores of New York said the dry goods man anti fifteen thousand young people roam from store to store seeking work and are refused Why Because although they are jjust out of school they can not write legibly spell correctly read Intel ligently or use the simplest arithmetical forms They have beert taught to cut paper reins for their little brother or stick a flower in the win dow and watch it grow or bend over from the waist thirtyeight times without getting red in the face but they cant spell or count or write or read The fact that a young per son declares himself or herself a graduate of the New York schools Is sufficient ground for examining that young person very thoroughly And on the other hand I defy you to go info the labor market today and hire a single graduate of the parochial schools except by taking him or her away from another employer Why They dcint teach klndergartening antI absurdity In the parochieal schools but the good Sisters nnd fathers In charge teach the three Ks and the cardinal virtues of honesty and frankness and respect to elders ami obedience Thats why every member of this years graduating class who sought employment had his place secured before the school year came to an end The employers had sought them Mr Stokes appullng statement anti every one who loves humanity must so regard Itis notable for two reasons First he is a Socialist and SoclnlUts throughout the world In their programmes and platforms advocate the secular school system It imut have cost him a pang to utter the statement he made Second he Is or ought to be a pretty competent authority Although many times over u millionaire he line for years been Identified with social settlement work in New York City He worked maid the slums ho lived amid tho idum and In the slums ho mar rlwl another alum worker like him self who was u JCWCM Presumably ho did not upcnlc without knowledge It In tho niont terrible indictment yet flied again Ht the public school system If It were iimde bya Catholic that Catholic would bo excoriated by time xcculnr jireM of the country IMPOSING PUNBKAL Conveyed osm ecal1ran Iramn- Uo jirSa itse o4 Got btiop FA H- LO 0 t 11 ward Fitzgerald was brought totAl tle nock lest Sunday afternoon and placed la St Andrews Cathedral Where it laid In state until Wednesday morning when the pontifical byJ1hlhopilishopGallagherwhich the body of the Bishop was laid la rest In a vault In St Andrews Cathedral The funeral ceremonies were very impressive iI and were attended by many Bishi s and visiting pnlsts in addition to those of Mie dio ceseLARGE DELEGATION i Will Go Prom Louisville to the National Bowling Tournament A great amount of Ilocal interest is being Bivanifesitcd intim nationaUow1 Ing tournament whlchiis to be lucid at St Louis Mardi itntO Maroh 31 About twenty teams from this city will compete besides fJje great num beo1 of spectators from ahis town who will attend as a onefare rate has been made by the railroads which ivilt give many a 1hnriir to visit the MoUnd City The Kentucky Irish American Kentucky Dews and Kra mers will journey ito SU Louis and enter the tounnument ai the Hanger UfOS expense as they are winners of the highest team score prizes in their respective leagues Bowling Is Increasing 4n popularity every year and is now tie leading winter game and In addition Is recog- nIzed everywhere as a clean gentle manly sport Interest in the Falls City League race Is at Lever heat only five games difference between the first and fourth teams with the other four all having a clrance to bet ter their position The Kentucky Irish Americans are now in first place having defeated the John C Lewis team the former leaders but only lead by a small margin and next Tuesday meet their old rivals the Squire Adams who haye been the only team so far this season to defeat the K r A tv majority of games The Adams aj are named after genial County Assessor John M Adams who is a regular devotee of the game and canie1 depended on toy his team to step a at a mo OTcaxts ndtice lull roll algood score Following is the stwridinglito date W r4r C Kentucky Irish American 4323 652 John C Lewis Cojj 41 25 621 Squire Adams 39 27 500 Lovenhart CO J33 28 57 Korn Crackers 1 34 485 132 HbrcourtCoJJ 38 39- 7Ferncllffe Dint 0025 41 307 Y ML tB S 33 i LIEDERKRANZ HALL To Be the Meeting Place of Division 4 After March 1 The presence of several old war horses of Division 4 A 0 n at the meeting Wednesday evening caused many of the members to remark that it certainly looked like old times when Harry Brady John Hcllon Aus- tIn Walsh and Pot Kilkenny took part In the different debates This was the last meeting of Division 4 In the Hopkins Theater hall and front noon it will meet at the Llederkrana Hall Sixth and Walnut streets on the same nights as heretofore tilltJ second and fourth Wednesdays of every month Tlie applications for membership of Mike McDermott John Monohnn John Buckley Pat and John Mitchell were received and the Visiting Committee reported that William Conley was now the only sick member in the division The death claim of James Kenealy was allowed and prayers offered up by the members for the repose of his soul and in addition five masses will be said and a memorial card of resolutions sent to Ws widow Den Zorn was appointed to fill the vacancy on the sick committee caused by Mr Kenealeys death After a longanti lengthy discussion dn whish nearly every member present took part it was deckled to leave1 the question of celbrotlirg St Patricks day entirely to the County Board PREPARING Preparations for the expected royal heir of Spain are nearing completion The cradle In which AUonso XII slept will lull the little newcomer to rest as it lies beneath hand embroid ere coverleits of white silk garlanded In rosebuds and butterflies Spanish nuns have been busy carrying out the wishes of the King that all the babys clothes ahull be of SpanIsh make Weaves of the finest silk flannel and nainsook have been wrought into diarming little garments and yards of delicate lace have been added to them lute royal crown of Spain has been worked in relief on al the garments Many of the trimmings areibf medhlln hMe v4itoh dates back to Vhe time of Ferdinand Vii Irish lace will be used lavishly on the christen tog dress which has been designed by a Madrid firm SPRAINED ARM 1 Jdhn X Kinhorgcr the well known polo anti bowling star received a badly sprained arm wlille playing a match gnino of roller skate polo in New Albany iat Monday evening J X states that he hopes Ho be able to tako part In the RtI11141 bbwWag tournament at St liot4s this wontlt what 1118 Kentucky Jrleh America traM 1 J f I a t r1 CARDINALS Consistory to Bo Reid After Easter When Five Will Bo Named Death Has f Greatly Depleted the Ranks f the Sacred College Pope Will Honor America Upon Occasion of Golden Jubilee THREE WILL NOT BE ITALIANS A Consistory it is now announced by the home representative of the Associated Press is to be held soon after Uaster at wtoich the Pope Intends to nominate at least five new Cardinals two of whom are expected to be Italiani The recent death of several members of the Sacred Col lee flias alarmed the Italian contingent of the Cardinals because the usual Italian majority had notice ably diminished Somo prominent Cardinals remonstrated repeatedly with the Pope who It Is known luaU decided for several reasons to Walt a while before appointing other Car dinals do Curia Tim chief reason is the flesire of the Pope to economize us each Cardinal must pe bald a sal ary of 4000 a year Pius X has now been persuaded that it is abso lutely necessary in order to keep up traditions to nomlnate new Italian Cardinals who shall reside In Curia and take part In time work of the sev eral congregations There 4s much speculation at pres ent going on here as to what prei atos will be selected for tOte honor and at least a dozen names have al ready been mentioned Mgr Loren zelll the former Nuncio at Paris and at present ArCh isJlop of Lucca is said to have the best chance becaditfa it has always been the pragmatic of the Iroly See fo promote to the Sa cred College any Nuncio of the first class who got into any 1kind of trouble with the Government to which he was accredited For this reason Mgr Blnialdiai at the present moment Nuncio at Madrid is likely to fce promoted beeanteot the reqatempi nvade bji the liberal party4n Spain to adopt anticlerical legisla tion Several other llonvan prelates em Played in the congregations have been mentioned as lOving a chance of promotion such as Mgr Gaspar rI Secretary of the Congregation for Extraordinary Ecclesiastical Affairs Mgr Diomede Panic Secretary of the Congregation of lUtes Mgr Fava who has long been employed in the Cutia and several others However those who know the standing deter mnlatlon of Pius X to economize In the expenses of tne Vatican admin istration are of the opinion that if the Pope hind determineu to nom inate other Cardinals of Italian na tionality lie will select Bishops re siding in a diocese and already pro vided With an income Of the foreign Cardinals it has re peatedly been stated of late that time Pope would promote to the honor Mgr Bonnet Bishop of the Viviers in France in succession to the late Cardinal Perraud but the rumor Is considered without foundation because of the well Known fact that it would be against tho pragmatic of the Holy See to promote any French prelate at time preseni moment ow ing to the troubles the church is meriting with in that country No new French Cardinal is likely to be made for a long time even If one of the four remaining ones should die The only foreign prelate now sure of the honor is Mgr Bourne the Archbishop of Westminster for whom the Pope entertains the great est consideration and regard It Is possible that the additional Cardinal will be created In Spain and possibly one in Germany the latter to take charge of the Archdiocese of Posen left vateant through the recent death of Mgr Stablewaky It is too early as yet to speak ot an additional American Cardinal tIme Pope having reserved to bestow such an lionor on an American prelate on the occasion of time celebration of the golden jubilee of his ordination which will occur In December next Then it is more than probable Itfhat several more Cardinals will be nomiI noted In commemoration of the event Speaking of Hhe Papal jubilee the plan of raining an offering ol a million francs 200000 to be presented to the Pope for his jubilee moss ix ctlvltybymatter which has enlisted the co operation of over ninety Bishops abroad and of the several Cardinals Time Bishops in time United States will soon take an active part In having the faithful In their dioceses sub scribe to the fund INTO ETERNAL REST Last Sunday afternoon in St Johns cemetery was laid to rest amid a labyrinth of flowers and every manifestation of Sorrow on the part of her relatives and wide circle of friends time body of Miss Nannie Daly tito estimable daughter of Mrs Mary Duly 2016 West Main strccr Deceased was a lovdy girl n member of last years High School cUti and a favorite wherever sliy WJut For 4 I 1 1II f Some time she lund been In rather poor health but no fears were felt I and last week her recovery was looked for Thursday night however there was on unexpected change nnd atm early hour Friday morning her innocent soul took flight to tti luiv enly humor The enl came as 1C In sleep her heart having ceased to beat Besides the bereaved mother n brotlir and sister William 1 and Florence Daly survive to mourn lher death Time solemn office fur UK dead took iptace in St Cecilias church from where a long line of carriages ifollowcd the remains to their last resting place BANQUET FAVORED Division 3 Holds Anoihcr BIS And Very Interesting Meeting The regular meeting of Division 3 A O II was held List week with President James Coleman In the chair rind an attendance that was gratify ing to officers and members Interest in this division has increased since moving into its new hall at Seventeenth and Main and it is hoped the slime result will follow the other divisions when thy change their quar ters Michael Dinneen was elected to inenibonslilp and tIme application of Thomas Hlggins was received All present reigrebted the reported illness of Daniel Dougherty who was stricken with pneumonia but the Vie iting Committee had hopes that his recovery was assured The Literary Committee announced that they would have quite a surprise for tIme members at the next meet ing and urged all to attend anTI par ticipate in its enjoyment Upon mo tion it was decided to have a banquet In oelebration of St Patricks day and the delegates to the County Board were instructed to report the action iaken and endeavor to have the Jlaeauleys Theater entertain meat postponedtill after Easter A moton was adopted congratulating Division 1 for the lecture of Editor Hnlttgun which was pronounced one of tOme best ever given in Louisville Tn delegates to the Federation of Catholic Societies for Division 3 for tho year ai 1 Messrs D J Colemnn Patrick J WCKII and Joseph Taylor Several slvorfc bathiuhled interest to time meeting and visitors froan sister divisions were assured aIieartyl wel come NARROW ESCAPE John Purcell Pinned Under Locomotlyc In Railroad T Wreck Joint P Purcell one of the en gineers longest In the employ of the L N who resides at 1018 Fast Markert street had a miraculous es cape from death last Friday afternoon Wihile making the run from Shelbyville to Oliristionsburg with lute engine and two coaches the to ider from some unaccountable cause left time track the engine following and turning over on its right side Fire man George Enochs jumped from tIme other sIde sustaining broken spine Purcell stood at the throttle and was pinned under the locomotive and 1I1S1don was badly fractured just above the ankle besides painful and serlon3 bruises about the body and face BoUi were immediately brought to the city Purcell being taken to Stfi Mary arid Elizabeth Hospital naiL Enochs to his Qiome at 1115 West Broadway Both were doing well un til Wednesday when Engineer Purcell developed pneumonia mind Thurs tiny luis condition was so serious that much nprehensian was felt by hii friends and relatives Time unfor tunate man is the fattier of John J Purcell fireman on time same road amid had male a splendid record during hits long years of service PINe GIFT Mrs Thomas Ryan has given to St Vincents Hospital the Jacob Wam maker farm recently purchased by her and situated near her summer home Montebello at Suffern N Y The farm comprises fifty acres and is about one ratio from ithe village The old mill which still stands in a good tate of preservation was run for many years by the late Jacob Wanamnher The fanners for miles around had their grain milled there The farm aihvpted for tHie growing of vegetables twill be of material bene fit to tIme hospital nnd being in close proximity to like railroad fresh farm products can be shipped doily to the city As the farm adjoins time Ryan eStute it will be under the watchful eye of the generous donor who spends the greater part of tile year at Suf fern WiWi the gift of the Church of the Sacred Heart and the Good Samaritan Hospital Mrs Rpm to gather with other well lknown chari ties has done ninth for the village RECOVERING The news that Bev Father Charles P JlafCo paStor of St OharJes nor romeo clvurdh is again table to sit up and may sOon again resume this pastoral duties will bo welcomed in oil parts of the city wad diocese About three weeks ago Father Raiffo suffered an attack of the grip wflilch became so serious that he was com pelled to take to lute bed causing liiq friends considerable aterro It is thougiit that by the end of next week lie will hare entirely recovered I U DIVORCE Prof Felix Adlers Argument For Adoption of Uniform Laws Rights of Children Arc Treated With Most Superficial Attention Permanency of Marriage Tie Necessary Insure time Home HBBBTIGAL OPINIONS SPREADING Catholics arc not the only ones who are now fighting divorce Und its evil consequences Prof Felix Adler elader of the Society for Ethical Cul lure in an article contributed to tho Companionholds united to give life to a human being should stay united to cher ish and develop that life Time divorce movement of late years line hind an alarming growth not only in the everycivilizedadds The causes which have contributed to this growth are numerous and complex but undoubtedly one of the most active has been time spread of Democracy or rather of that Indi vidualistic view of life of which Dc j j jjgiimacracyexpresslonJodayis asserting his claims to time full en joyment of lifes opportunities and while this productivebeen coupled with a widespread dis- posItion to resist the pressure of so cial obligations which interfere now ever neccessarily with individual liberty or happiness The conjugal tie springlagtime one hi respect to Which the weight directlyfeltthat nmtlnous Individualism has put struggtesTheaspetft It is a relation between We partnerttjn marriage themselves and characteristicIs that mtime tter theshade The personstOno longer pleasing is considered from hnpIlnCSs cl1i1drentreated with the most superficial at tention Inferring to the Philadelphia Di uponasbeIngrealizedslowly making up its mind to put an tbiseolIect1eselfperservatlonthis intacttIlesocial order and progress and among important elcarlyassertinghas sayThe to amend the laws helpfulinasmuchengaged in this enterprise to realize the ultimate Inadequateness of any laws however stringent however wise and to search for a deeper rent ctdy than any which legislation Oan supply Time conscience of the people must be awakened and the best law will prove mere deadletter unless this can be accomplished The mutinous individualism of our age must be overcome time springs of duty must be touched the fundamental ulueof the family OB the cornerstone of all our social institutions must bo brought home Moral teaching moral enlightenment moral appeals must reenforce the law and engender sbtimeto manyhereticnlspreading In time community with re spect to marrIng the reason must bo made plain why time permanence of this relation is so essential to In dividual and public welfare There Is a disposition at the present time due largely ito the everincreasing fluence of science to rebel against spherelntIlethought Time most ancient traditions the most sacred institutions are summoned before the bar of reason to givo an account of themselves and to justify their claims Of this tendency among civilized nations we must take note and the reasons must be ad duced for the permanency of the marriage relation Those who offer reasons for experimental marriage and the like in short for relaxing the tie fatuous and ignoble reasons as most of us believe must be met wlthi stronger and better reasons For 4 partners themselves of the marnl contract the expectation of nency In tIme relation is indlsr because it is the pcrinaneul that makes the relation and human and dlstlngnj the sexual commerce of mals For the child from the conjugal manency of mar because the p ccssary to ment beear parents In J the boat n mentally J n t J3 N1U 1 S ll1tlSH AJMERIOAN KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN Deyoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans L I KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c Catered at the LouUvllle PostoMlce if SecondCta natter Address ill Communications to the KENTUCKY IRISII AMERICAN 33537 West Oreci SI TRADES UNCOUNCIL LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 21907 OPEN THEIR EVESII The significance of the alliance recently jI entered into between the NaijJ ilonal GermainAmerican Alliance and the Ancient Order of Hibernian lias just dawned upon the English press and people They are forced to nd mit that the Germans and Irish have always been promnieut in American political and business affairs and possess an influence that can defeat any attempt Englishmen may make on tine AngloSaxon side of the game The situation 5Se plainly stated by Rational President Cummings who says It was the Germans vtiio pre served our language mhen England sought to kill it and it was the Germans w mho Sought side by side with the Irish to save this country We thave many vital interests in common and for the good of our glorious nations we Wave gotten together as one invincible body The two bodies are compof over 6000 societies with a combined membership of about 1250000 SANE AMERICAN VIEW Gratifying to Catholics everywhere is the declaration in the Chicago Tri bunt that Archbishop John Ireland stands as one of the ibest types c of sturdy Americanism IDs position of Absolute independence of any corpor ate Jnfluonco on the one hand or class prejudice on the other give great weight to his words on present conditionsSpeaking on the occasion Sof Washingtons birthday before the Sons of the American Revolution c- St Paul he calls attention to th t peril to civil liberty from what heI terms the exuberance the riotousness of political liberty He refers particularly to the various forms of legislative mania which are exhibited throughout the country Sometimes this takes the form of moral reiorfn where the legislation by its pGttinei- and narrowness Irritates find de feats rather than assists rae purpose oFer as Its Justification es the industrial restlessness time shows itself In the form of legislation to oppress capital or labor especially the former The Archbishop takes a firm stan against the widespread delusion that men may become rich through legis- lAtion In lieu of toll talent and economy The natural inequality of the talents of men their power to work or their willingness to save will always cause the existence of comparative wealth and comparative poverty Any warfare directed ngainst corporations solely because they areI corporations or against rich men solely because they are rich can not fail to injure the whole community Men are BO linked together that in justice to one set of men will react upon those who inflict the injustice The laws of nature cnn not boI changed by legislation The only equality which can be secured by laws in restraint of progress isILthe equality of mediocrity and social poverty These are sane views courageously expressed They accord with rohdI good sense of the American people Whatever fleeting hallucinations the t people may suffer from the saner views will triumph in the end The sooner that triumph comes the sooner America will reach dine ideal condition desired and prophesied by George Washington The problems of today are different in form from those of his time but the principles by which they must T e solved are eternal Liberty must not come t mean the liberty of one class to restrain and burden another but lib erty for all to work together tq s cure a common prosperity and a common happiness CUBA In Washington it ds asserted that y before Congress meets again Cuba will have an independent represents Jiflv government This policy hasI J been positively decided upon by the- edministrationata least so far cs the form of government is concerned The question of time rests with the Cubans themselves All efforts to Jnduce President Roosevelt to agree LLny form of compromise by the Kilshmcnt of a protectorate have failures ans have been promised once If they behare k e United States will off and will keep off as well If Lfor the second tent govern the United i temporar 1 an troops to stay jle In the way of the establishment of a now Cuban republic is the spirit of for ihont and distrust among the Oubanu themselves A number of them ale ready have begun to call upon the American authorities to leave the island They have made threats oi revolution and the present condi Lions in some of the provinces afar from satisfactory on this ac countCongress will adjourn with its pol icy well defined If the Cuban government is established before the next meeting of Congress and goas to pieces during the recess the leg islators will come bacK to find them selves called upon to legislate for that island exactly as they have dons for the Philippines and Porto Hicj with absolutely no limitations except those set by the constitution of the United States There will biI no grant of statehood by the admin istration and no promise of it either expressed or implied The Unitnd States will own the Island in fee sim pIe and It will do with it as it seems best for our own people and for the people of the island ns well HOLIDAYS AND PATRIOTS In his address at the exercises with which the Chicago Union League Club observed Washingtons birthday x President Grover Cleveland made a strong and Incontrovertible plea for a mOTe general and patriotic cele bration of our national holidays The American people lIe said abut little given to the observance oi public holidays This statement C an not be disposed of by the allegation that our national history is too brtef to allow tote ncciimulntoon of days deserving civic commemoration Though itfs true that our life UK a people according to the standard i mrvosuring the existence of nations lUlls been a short one it is filled with glorious achievements and though it must be conceded that It is not givenIi to us to see in the magnifying mirage of antiquity the exaggerated forms of American heroes yet iin the bright and normal light shedI upon our beginning and growth ares seen grand and heroic men who have won imperishable honor and our everlasting remembrance We can not therefore excuse a lack of commemorative inclination nnd a languid Interest in recalling the notable Inc dents of our countrys pasc under the plea of a lack of commemorative mi tcrlal nor can we in this way explain our neglect adequately to ob serve days which have actually bee 1 set apart for the especial manifest tion of deeds of Americans who IIn crises of our birth and development have sublimely wrought and nobly enduredNone will deny the assertion that the commemoration oL the day on which American independence Was born has been slowed to lose much of its significance as a reminder off Providential favor and the inflexible patriotism of the fathers of the Republic and has nearly degenerated to a revel of senseless noise and dan gerous explosion leaving In Its traini far more of mishap and accidentI than lessons of good citizenship or pride of country The observance of Thanksgiving day is kept alive through its annual designation by Federal and State authority But Jt is worth our while to inquire whether its original meaning as o day of united praise and gratutudc to GodI for the blessings bestowed upon us as a people and as individuals is not smothered In feasting and social indulgence We 5n common with Chris tian nations everywhere celebrate Christmas but how much less as a day of commemorating the birth of the Redeemer of mankind than as a day of hilarity and the inter mango of gifts- ExPresident Cleveland would have the people thoughtful and patriotic In the midst of all their hopefulness he would Lave them remember that more than nil this tfiere is a duty a stern duty always present that trey owe to their country and this duty Is patriotism When we believe that we ore merely contributors to this fund of patriotism and that this fund is a fund of love a fund of brotherhood a fund of fairness and n triad of American opportunity then We have the right idea of American citizenship Those are words that all hould take to heart imbuing the rising generation with their lofty sentiments and returning to the pa triotism of the forefathers who secured for us our glorious liberty andl freedom Catholic pareaic who have at heart the Welfare Od future of the rising o n le q generation of children should I carefully the indictment of the York public schools by J G readII Stokes and then pass the 1 their neighbor Sure it is that ail dren without religion are without morals which in the end means tins loss of their souls Too much im portance can not be attached to thu vital subject upon which largely rests the safety of our country Wo would therefore urge all to safeguard the children by sending them to schools itaught by the good Sisters j or Christian Brothers where religion and true patriotism are instilled and the best citizenship developed During the past dew weeks there has been almost an epidemic of bar colds grip pneumonia typhoid fever and outer ailments with many deaths The weather also Is clang able and treacherous and therefore it behooves everybody to be very careful not to expose themselves for the next few weeks at least The Texas Senate fully indorsed United States Senator Bailey and discharged the committee that has been for several weeks investigating idle DaneyIcan now forgive Ills enemies though they fought him bitterly being mostly all Democrats From Paris comes the news that Vilhvtte and Ifrmssln are about to be expelled from France They arc about the worst that ever happened nnd so well known for their crookedness and hypocrisy that no country wants them State after State Sins declared for the Iwocent per mile railroad fare Indiana dropping into line this week Kentucky will not take action until the next Legislature meets I TEDDY IS WRONG Declares Archbishop RIordan- on the Japanese School Question Archbishop Patrick Wv Riordanfll San Francfsco is quoted In jm Inter vieV at Passadcna on the subject of the compromise at Washington on the Japanese question as follows It appears to me that President Roosevelt has made a serious mistake in leis treatment of the question of San Franciscos provision for Japan ese in the public schools I do not believe that we should be called on to provide schools for these people They dp not come there intending to become citizens Japanese ideals are different Their morals are different Let them provide schools for themselves They say that we must admit Japanese children up to sixteen years of oge in our schools I think that our people will not do dt There are 50000 Japanese in California I am told They are still coming and arc likely to continue to come Shall the State not have the right to deal with these people The prerogatives of the individual State have been eUp ping away from it gradually but I think that this one we Should still guard zealously President Roost velt is wrong IMPROVING Letters received this week from Palm Beach Fla brhig the wclcom iutclllgenc that Judge John McCamt and wife are having an enjoyabld time there The Judge who was srii i oufcly ill when he went there la gaitiO ing in weight and his health is greatly improved ADVANCED iMIss Katie Callahan assistant chief operator ot the local office of the Cumberland Telephone and Tele graph Company has been promoted to the position of chief operator at the Memphis exchange Miss Calla lean has made a host of friends hereby her uniform courtesy who will re grot her departure but all will be pleased to know that It is caused by her deserved advancement SIDE BY SIDE In the same grave two brothers Michael and William Kiordan were burled in the Catholic cemetery nt Clovcrport on Tuesday They died Sunday at Victoria both being afflicted with the infirmities of old age William had lived nearly a century end Michael was nearing his ninety fifth anniversity Neither ever mar ried and no immediate relatives sun vive them CONSECRATED At the Church of Santo Christi in Havana last Sunday the Rev 1ather W A Jones President of the Augus plan College was consecrated Bishop of Porto llico by Mgr Aversa the npostolic delegate who was assisted Newrlemand Cienlutros Gqv Magoon and the members of the diplomatic corps 1 were present at the ceremony which vas one of the most impressive and 1 brilliant ever witnessed in Cuba I DISBANDED In a letter written upon page 23 of their ledger the Ladles Auxiliary of Trinity Council communicated the unwelcome news Tuesday night that ltJ1ey had disbanded deeding their property and best wishes to the coun cil For years the auxiliary has been on important and beneficial adjunct to Trinity and to the ladles was wholly duo the always neat and taste fill condition of the parlors which they aided materially in furnishing Miss Anna Hleeter was the ltPresl dent The action of lie ladle ocea stoned much igurprise and waa learned witty Sneers regret CI f an u SOCIETY 1 11 Mrs A II Brachey was this week the guest of her daughter at Lcba nonMiss Sarah Mahon of Frankfort has been visiting here for several days MIss Gertrude Wilson vIsited New I Albany friends fur several days last week Miss Annie McGlll is in New York where she will remain for another week Miss Susie Brandon lias been visit ingI Mrs Edward Fay at Chelsea near Memphis Tenn Mrs Margaret Ray has had as her guests Mrs W T Hawkins and Miss Elizabeth Dant both of Lebanon Mss Mary Ncdy of Lexington always a welcome visitor has been the guest of Miss Verna Kennett Col Mike Duffy of 2125 West Cheat nut street is able to be out again after quite n severe illness oi grip Miss Maggie Russell of 1509 West Walnut street who has been quite sick for a week Ss much improved Miss Mattie Lanham has returned from Loretto after a pleasant visit with her sister Mrs William Dailey Miss Laura Delahunt of Jefferson ville has returned from a pleasant stay with friends nt Ellzabethtown Miss Annie Flahlve of 719 Oldham street is now convalescing rapidly from her recent attack of typhoid fever Miss Alice D Mickey and Miss An nabel Cunningham loft yesterday for a two weeks trip to New York and the East Mrs Patrick Fdlburn of West Mag azine street has been ill for the past week with threatened attack of pneumonia Miss Lizzie Dougherty is conva lescent at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospitall after ft severe illness of typhoid fever tof daughterCCoi fined to her home in Parkland a vie time of the grip Mrs John J Schultens friendsI were glad to again see her out niter an dines of typhoid fever that caused I them much alarm Miss Anna Mae Andrews who was the charming guest of Miss Anna Mae Glenn has returned to her home at Dowling Green Miss Minnie Fllckner a charming young lady of Now Albany was this week the guest of Mr and Mrs John C Graves of 944 Fifth street Thomas Flnhivethe well known L A N railroad employe has about re covered from his recent illness and w311 be able to return to work next week Merit ONeal one of Louisville most successful young attorneys was able to resume his practice early Iin the week after Staving been very I111I with the grip Miss Anna May Whaler Luis just recovered from a rvere attack of the grip and will liive for Pensacola IFla next week where she expects 1 I to recuperate t Miss Nellie Delaney has rc- turnedILittleI to Mt Zion Academy after leaving been confined to her home at 1709 High avenue by a two weeks siege of illness The many friends of Will Chester i of Pope street will be glad to learn that his illness is mot as serious ns first reported and this physician pre diets a rapid recovery Misses Leila and Grace Russell en tertained Tuesday evening at their home Crescent Hill in honor of Misses Mary Neely and Genevtevo Downing of Lexington The numerous friends of Mrs Will iam Osborne will rejoice to learn that she is making nice progress toward recovery from the paralytic attack suffered two weeks ago Mrs Emma Mockey one of the older and best known women living in the West End is convalescent at her home 1901 Griffiths avenue after a ten days illness of grip John and Henry Baverty who have wherelefVednesday they will engage in the cigar business and make their future home Misses Nell Beatrice and Lillian itzgibbon returned home Saturday from ShelbyvlUe where they were of MIsses Lillian Knltenguests Ithe and Virginia and Ella Steele There ds much rejoicing at the home of Mr and Mrs Michael Hm 1000 Garden street over the arrival of n fine boy who is said to look just like his goodnatured and happy fa therII Robert Wallace a well knows Louisville boy but who for in severnl years has been esigaged is ihe mining busbies in Missouri andwelllookingalOmO on a visit prosperous Mr F X Pottinger and son L V Pottinger of Owensboro were here on the past week as then visit during andguests of their relatives Mr Mrs Joseph McGinn of 615 West Chestnut street Thomas F Lenihan Who lias been illI at Sts Mary and Elizabeths Hos pltal with typhoid fever is now con valescing rapidly and it is expected able to return to his tbth3wiIlffarphy former City All MDor avid UiU d ngiiteriM1nYatie o 1 r n r Daen tftAI j ttJ04r1do iifrr1f 1ITtrn111rfI H 1 1TX rirfiirtt j i x x x v1tti r i GWE US YOUR ORDER ft yy i i vv1tto f1OOD WO- RKPrinting ssnoyy f yv so ti = yt Irish American= A Kentucky iiiti+ bs u 4OFFICE 326 WEST GREEN STREET fs bw j wAiMrCXXiX wX K Xwt Xw XwJw w 1w Niww oroswi XXX X XMX X XMXKX X XX XwtwroKMXXXKMX XHXKK X St tt S t S J 2 tv who have been ill for two weeks ut the family residence 3310 High street are both doing nicely and will soon be able to be out again Martin Dugan who was stricken four weeks ago with typhoid fever and has since been under treatment at Its Mary and Elizabeth Hospital has almost recovered and it is now thought he will be able to return to Ids homo the end of next week Mrs George C Leadhman and children will leave for New Orleans to day and ten days later will be joined by Dr L nchman who will accom puny them on a trip to Mexico and the Pacific coast They will not reo turn home before the middle of April Miss Loralne Flanncry of Twenty fifth and Griffiths avenue has been unable to leave lien room this week and Is suffering from Indigestion and sore throat While her condition is not at all serious her friends and ad- mIrers earnestly hope for her speedy recovery The many friends of Miss Mary Stewart 2410 Bank street are de lighted to again have her with them after a six weeks illncs of pneumonia She is one of the most popular girls in the West End and her return to her place in her social circle will be welcome news KNIGHTS OF com Late News That Will Interest Members Here and Elsewhere The third degree will be exemplified nt Turner Hall in Syracuse on Wednesday April 3 Manchester Councils charity ball for the benefit of St Josephs Or phanage the largest in New Hamp shire was a grand success in ever wayAt the regular meeting of Boyle Council at Elizabeth N J Grand Knight J J Caffrey was pre seated with a beautiful gold watch and chain Members Of Thenton Council have formed n glee club and plans are being arranged to make It one of tIle most popular adjuncts of the organi zation in New Jersey Members of the two Syracuse coun ells attended a solemn requiem massI for the repose of the souls of their deceased brothers at the Cathedrall there on Washingtons birthday A large exodus of Cincinnati Knights will take place on April 11 when a tour of Europe will be made Among those who will accompany the party are Fathers Runnebaum and Druiner Of the original twentyseven men bers who founded the order twenty five years ago twelve have gone to their last reward five others have left the order and but ten Of the original number are still among us Of those who incorporated the society there are only four St Patricks Cathedral New York City was given over to the Knights on Washingtons birthday for the memorial services for their deceased members The Deputy Grand Knights of the fiftytwo councils acted a- ushers and the noted Jesuit Father Quinn President of Fordham Uni versity preached the sermon Stlarting just twentyflve years ago in St Marys Hall at New Haven Conn with only twentyfive memo bers with a grand total of but forty five at the close of the second year the growth of this society has been phenomenal With over 60000 in surance members and more that double that number of associate members the only difficulty now experienced bin choosing who among nit the applicants shall beI membersSt Council celebrated the right anniversary of its institution on Washingtons birthday by conferring the third degree of the order on a class of sixty candidates The exercises took place in the ball on Cedar street nnd about 500 Knights witnessed the ceremony St Paul Council being tIle first of the order instituted in Minnesota and having token part in organizing and Institut ing nearly nil the councils of the State its anniversary was of partlcu ar Interest Ito the Knights of Colum bus and long trips were made by many to attend Us celebration A banquet waa served art the Ryan Hotel with a programme of toasts by prominent speakers of the order When a cracked egg must be oiled add a teaspoonful of salt to the water and it will cook without losing any of the white or albumen For a sweet sandwiche try chopped figs and dates moistened with a little lemon juice Chopped nuts added tol his makes It very delicious a FAIR PRICES SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and Fourtn Tuesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentThomas D Clines Vice President James J Kllkelly Recording Secretary Thomas Kcenan Jr- Financial Secretory P J Cuaick Courthouse Treasurer Charles J FInegan Sergeantatarms James Doran DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday I Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford- TreasurerOwen Kciran Recording5ecretaryJoseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Kean ey DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thursday evenings of Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth nnd MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice President Phll Cavanaugh Secretary John Morris Financial SecretaryJohn Hession 1714 Baird street Treasurer Daniel J Dougherty Sergeantatarms Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wed nesday Evenings of Each Month PresidentJoseph P McGinn Vice PresidentStephen J McEl IoU Recording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial Secretary It E OSulll van 1520 Seventh street Treasurer William J Connell- ySergeantntArms Robert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE- Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County PresidentLouis Constan tinePresil1entJohn Kennedy Vice President B Coyle Recording SecretaryT OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy Treasurer Michael Kinney MarshallM Garrity Banner Bearer J G Cole Y M XI I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Eveniigs at Club- House 530 Twentysixth Street President Ben J Sand First Vice President John T Ken neySecond Vice President Frank Lan than Recording Secretary Ben Reed Financial Secretary Prank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Fred ZahnTreasurerDaniel W Weber HumphreyInsido Andriot Outside Sentinel George Bartsch I HINTS ON 6TYLE The choker collar is threatening its appearance Dont take hold of n hat by tIle brim if you dont want to spoil its looks Among the many weaves now seen a coarse one in Irish linen is yen popular for coat suits Tile triconmer itoquo bonnet is as seeming an unwonted popularity and promises to have a large following The allover baby Irish and Irish crochet lace coats will figure con splcuously among the seasons lash ions Laces ouch embroideries are being lavishly used in fashionable linen suits and gowns as Veil as shirt waists Waterproof tancolored satin makes a very trimlooking rain coat one that will be found convenient for other than bad Weather uses Linen frocks linen coat suits and linen shirt wtiists will be the vogue this season and the woman without them will not be In the running A set of underwear may be given quite an elaborate effect by making the garment itself of cambric and the ruffles of Swiss or Persian lawn Tinted linens Sn light green laven der pink raspberry chartreuse yel low Danish blue and deeper shadings of sulphur and tan arc promised greater popularity than last year Information pst received from Paris indicates that colored stogldags bo used for street WjlbeWjl I Te about the hats forl r I spring will Prove their chief aUrac J M1tULEYSMonday dgsaWednesday THE HEIR TO HOORAHbThursday Friday and Saturday evenings and Saturday matinee James K Hackett In Tie Walls of Jericho HOPKINS s HIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO snows DAILY Week Biglnnlng Sunday March 3 EMMET DEVOY CO Presenting Tin Saintly Mr Billings kbtrstheShowFerguson Si Mack Americas Funniest Com GhettoKinodrome4MERKEL SISTERS4 Greatest Female EqulllbrliU PRICES Evening 10 to 75 tints Matinee But Slit In House 25 cents BUCKINGHAMMATINEE DAILYi I Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Mar 3 Rialto Rounders Halt a dozen clever comedians headed by SAM S HOWE A BEVY OF BEAUTIFUL GIRLS TWO FUNNY BURLESQUES + t t n t t t t Cumb Phone M389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICE CRE M Co1 4 MANUFACTURERS O- PPUREICECREAM AND SHERBET We have our own dairy and ice plant and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the market at a lower price than our competi tors 627633 EIGHTH ST ttH TELEPHONE 28- 63SOWDERS FISH CO FOR PURE OYSTERS NO WATER NO PRESERVATIVE 151 W JEFFERSON ST IThat the Wall Plaster 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 r next Zero weather will not affect the material if kept from freezing three I hours Get our quotations and save or moneyKentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 KyAlsoter Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 WA2LTIDD BOARD WANTEDBy lady in Catho He family Address 506X W Broadway Ition L The types displayed are easily by and clever woman and many will be the proud possesaor several made by themselves oJ pIJ r i JI nil zT T T1v j1 FQNTUC AIU8H cd1 HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL AND DIRECTORSI 838 East Main StreetIi H H tt t H tt It D J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELLIOTT Funeral Directors and Embalmers i OCCASIONSirAll Calls Answered Promplly Day or Night 31 WEST MART STREETttH f + + tt u s let an W Smiths sOfl1 in f AL SMITH Proprietor literal Director and Embalmer of i iCarriBgcs Furnkhed for All Occasions on Short Notice 09 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 I 111111 11111 I II 1LH 111 1yt i cIOTH PHONES 363P STRAUBrFUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Ctrl r d on 1531 W MARKET STREET 8hortNotks0PABST BEERS PURE selected barle aged to leave the TELEPHONE IOfe O Louisville BranchFourteenth and Jefferson Sts PRIVATE HOSPITAL 4FORTHE CARE OF INSANE AND r EPILEPTIC PATIENTS JeffersonvilleIndhospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reas onable For further particulars apply to MOTHER MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeffersonvllle lad THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All nightCarriages 1225 W MARKET ST fIIR M AAIDRIOT X 80N8 iTAG0N MANUFACTURERS Repalrieg alld RebberTkes 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY AJ1 1PULSIP U DYER AND GLEANER Ladles and DsAtstWearia Arll W9RK GUARANTEED P6ee seja 521 Plftk Street- I a Ln- r SVNDAY8T06 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work doni for the least moniy Our Dentistry Will Please You weadvertiseDR HaJJ COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJao C Lewis Co it I I Every Catholic Family should read the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN One Dollar Per Year CARDINAL RICHARD Refuses to Change the Pro posed Church Lease Formula The French Government is said to be awaiting o new proposition from Cardinal lUcshard Archbishop of Paris regarding the form of the con tract for the tense of the churches to the parish priests T Tho Journal des Debats quotes a member of the entourage of Cardinal Richard as saying that the Cardinal theformula5 deIUieiaccept the tform of con tract proposed or we shall reluctantly be compelled to discontinue the nego nations GONG TO REWARD The death of Henry J Wagner the contracting Wnner of Seventh and St Catherine streets came as a great shook to his many friends nnd ac quaintances as he was only ill a short time and no serious ragultswere ex peoted tr Wagner was B gentleman principlesof Ibis fellow men who came In contact with ihim He leaves s wlf6 and six children three boys Und Threej girls The funeral took place front St OLonte JJertpnda church today longmemberHoly Name Society for several years i1 it- a a HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekGeneral- News Notes Division GSof Boston reports a gain of 100 per cent in two months I Division 3 meets Thursday night promisestheejjj Division 2 of Altoona has just comj pleted furnishing new quarters to which a 500 piano of the latest make has been adieu Division 1 of Oharlestown MassI will celebrate the fiftieth onnivcrx t the founding of the order in ty on March 18 5 expectJngfrom j Sncxt month for whom they fa big reception i ive four divisions meeting in Ignore convenient to their Ktiiere should be a decided pit in the attendance tiiat St Patricks day falls 6n Sunday has greatly in HV the usual observance of thin K the order everywhere A of Brookline Mass it ty camllatcs last week Ij Onga 4he beginning of thoJJj year ship is now seventy jj five i Edwi the first President Dlvl f Boston which will I shortly t its golden jubilee has bei Ito a life honorary membr tSeuma taus the widely known ist will be theI principal i ipt ithe Hibernian celebratloaIt jane Wash on the evening f j I I 3s- rteksdny DIvision 2 of Syracuse had an old tImers Bight last week when set I I eral of dhe oldtime customs of the I iliellllrgeI A pleasant eyent of the meeting j oY tnTt tr A t Uaryof St Paul J was the pre vetch and chain fi W McGoeyi grees were class I I AI Division 2 of Minneapolis willr 6cle brate St Patricks day with a com plimentary entertainment to members and visitors Sunday afternoon March 17 The degrees will be conferred on a large class and the SUit officers are expected to be present Syracuse Hibernians will tomorrov night commemorate Robert Emmeti anniversary with James E Dolat presiding and Hon Edward J Slat tery as the principal speaker Delegations from Albany Troy Blngham ton Watertowai and many other c ics will attend Seventeen applications were received and ten new members initiated at the last meeting of Division 1 of Tyhe ie to the new Hibernian Hall the in strument to be made especially for the halls and to match the furniture TIle Ladles Auxiliary jncein Wednesday night nt Seventeenth nnd Main streets vt1ien several important questions must be decided Arrange 2meats w111 likely be made for anotherf and the officers expect that communications in which all art interested will be read For these and other reasons the presence of evrey member Is urged FATHER OORADY BETTER Rev Father Joseph A OGrady the beloved and energetic pastor of St Aloysius church whose serious ill ness last week alarmed his friends pastfewE will soon be able to again resume his pastoral duties WILL SAVE ARM Hugh McGrody widely known and popular in Jaffersonville underwentt n delicate operation Tuesday at the Deaconness Hospital His arm ha J compoundtracturoI ago at the car works where he was employed The physicians found itt itist ft the memberSIXTYNINTH The Sixtyninth Regiment of New York City has formed an athletic association and will hold a set of games this spring Te regiment has owingtowertooothewlhavel pymnlUliuI11S thfamouses JoyceDennis mon Gillls ANOTHER VICTORY The Manual Training ugh School stingingdefentCollege five on the afternoon of Washingtons birthday the score bc ing 35 to 14 The visitors puit up a fine article of basket ball in the firs halt but were outclassed in the second Cnpt Abbot Hannifin and C Abbott starred for the collegians while Capt Anderson played the best game tor the Manuals whose passing In the ifirst half was the feat ure The score then stood 13 to 11 in favor of St Marys When the whistle blew to resume play the college boys started in with the determination to win Their team work began t6 loom up and soon they drew away from their opponents and seemed to score at will Manual did not soore 6 field goal during the en pointsbeingfast clean and the visitors epeak only Ip praise of the treatment they received aaRully90OOOtODIiJL rIiJ II S DECENT DEATHS DeAtflils cruel hand was laid on babydaughter oorlyThuhomo in deepest gloom The funeral took place yesterday afternoon George W Fitts aged twentyseven years and a member of the Church of Our Lady did Monday at Ms rca idence 3113 High avenue Among his friends deceased was held in high esteem fpr Ills kindly manner nnd in placeWedneConniff being the celebrant of the solemn mass of requiem The dines of Mrs J F Malion placlfrom j requiemIllghMahon was Nellie Burke and besides her husband leaves three children one sister Miss Katie Costello and two brothers William Costello of this city end John L Costello of Chicago John Cunningham aged sixtyfour and for many years tile watchful flagman for the Pennsylvania railroad i at Fourteenth land High streets died Thtlrsdfay afternoon of pneumonia at the family home 1225 Crop street Besides his wife he leaves a daughter and two sons The funeral to9k place Thursday morn ing from I t Patricks church of which he illS a devout member Patrick McDermott for many years a respected member of St lliehaels parish was called Into eternity Monday morning Deceased resided at 213 East Madison street ond was fiftysix years old Until his last illness he had been with the Gas Company and was one of its old time employes His funeral occurred Wednesday morning and was largely attended llev Father OConnor I offs elating at the solemn obsequies Mrs Mary Ann Morgan seventy two years old and for some time past in a feeble eondition died Tues day after a ten days dines of gripi sedmvu the wife of Job F 1 jfVy 5t Broadway who tenstve sawII agitate Jen1Vi11inm h and utsBettre and Charles Dforan ofar511s lcxns and Thomas Morgan of Louis The funeral services ore held yesterday morning at the Cathe I dral and were largely atended 8rs Anna Christie Mcllhcnny lwidow of William Mcllhcnny ar mother of Misses Mary and Lill 1 Mcllhenny nnd James W Dcllheuny residing at G18 West Walnut stooe- it nnswjred the final summons n went to her eternal reward Mond night Deceased had lived here i many years and was widely known for her sterling worth and Christian character She had borne her linger lug illness with patience and fortii tulle but her advanced age hastened the end for which she was fully prepared Tip funeral took place from the Cathedral Wednesday morning where Mrs Mcllhenny was a devout and pioneer member The death of John Dougherty toolk from his wife und six children n loving hutiband and kind father and from the community in which he lived a well known and respected citizen II For years ho conducted a SIlO a store on Market street but sold OutI LeyyDroHlerssisters and a brother survive him De ceased had a wide circle of relatives and friends who were deeply pained when they learned that death had claimed him after an illness of little moro than a week The funeral tool place Monday morning from St Cecilias church Father Brady offl dating at the Solemn obsequies t M1d1 and beloved mother of Timothy Thomas John and Martin Mulverhill departed this life on Friday of las t week death resulting from infirmi ties incident to her advanced years sbda has lived an exemplary and Christian life instilling in her children the true faith and rearing them to be come good citizens Mrs Mulverhill was known Ito almost every member ccmgregationtneral Monday morning was testimony- of the high esteem entertained for her One of those good old Irish mothers mow fast disappearing she was always ready to assist a neighbor in elclcnes or distress and to nIl charities she contributed according to her means The death oi Gerhard Overber last Tuesday took from St Diary I church one of its most faithful hers for more than half a centur an esteemed and active resident b r this city Fiftyfour years ago tfla deceased came to Louisville and her he conducted a successful grocery Lushness until his retirement ten years ego on account of old age when ho was succeeded by his son Joseph Overberg About a monthi ago Sir Overbergs heart became ai fectcd and the end was not unlooked for as ho was eighty years old Ills neighbors admired him for his cheery and kindly disposition and the poor for his many and unostentatious charities For years St Josephs Or phan Society found him a generous friend and at his death he was an sotn he leaves two daughters Mrs Henry Fclhoelter and Miss Sophie Over berg The funeral took place Tours day morning from St Marys church which was thronged with mourning friends anti relatives EASILY STAR ORATOR James J Fitzgerald ithe able at torney and eloquent orator arrived home the first oa the weeK from the East where he visited his native town and other cities While In New York City he was a guest of honor at the anniversary celebration at the WaldorfAstoria of the thir tyninth hirthday of the Beneroleut and Protective Order of Elksi and Ws Louisville admirers will be glad to know that he was unanimously conceded to be the star orator of the occasion I J ro l r Q- a e- r Y ICELAND Record ef the non Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges The tenants on the estates of Capt Hamilton in Monagham and Ferma nagh nave purchased their holdings under the land act of 1003 An address and purse of sovereigns were presented to Canon Hourlcan at Dromohair County Leltrlm by a deputation of his former parishion ers at AnnaJuff The quarrel over the sale of the Shirley estate goes on with if anything increasing bitterness It is very sad to see Nationalists attack Ing each other in the public press over such a question The ceremony took place recently at the Convent of Bon Secours in Paris of the profession of Miss Brigid Byrne in religion Sister St Madeline de Pnzzi daughter of Hugh Byrne ex tctlcher of Stonetown and sister of Rev Father Byrne of Dundalk The remains of Mother Mary Dom inic Purcell were laid at rest In the cemetery of the Dominican convent- at Cabra She had attained the age of one hundred years seventysix of which were devoted to Gods service among the daughters of St Dominic The death of Mary Dempsey wife of Patrick Dempsey occurred in Dub lin the news of which sad event caused a feeling of dreg gloom in Ardee where she resided Her rev mains wre Interred at Castldtown Rev P Lyons officiating at the gravesideDeath from fracture of the skull was the verdict found at an inquest- on the body of Peter Guinan aged fifty at Clongowna Tings county While training a young horse Guinan slipped and fell and was dragged for nearly a mile and was found un conscious by his daughter The Irish language Is now being taught in all the National schools of Aughnamullen West The offer Sisbounclyet made to spread the study oZdJte mother tongue in the parish It encourages the little ones Rev T M Breen 0 P who for over five years has been a member- of the community at St Mnlachys t Dundalk has been removed to l poplu departuebe11gretted by everyone IpIlrtleulBrWll0 lly by the members of the cong replacediL thintY Ximl1 crossduff was found 1lying dead on orthe road lending from nal1leboro td Cnrrickmacross opposite Toghnrt mountain and within malt a mile of his home Deceased hind attends the Ballleboro fair and was return- Ing home at night nnd when found the next morning his face and body were frozen to the ground The Cor oners jury had the case and faun that death resulted Irom exposure Coroner Sellers and a jury of which John Byrne was foreman lnn Inquest at Priorstate near Lbuth touching the death of Mrs Anne ONeill n widow of seventy years who died from extensive burns received in her house on Sun day morning during the absence of her son at mass When found this deceased was llying on the n floor with her clothes burned off her reduced to ashes 3 completelyblllnec1 tensive injuries she survived for some hours Dr Connolly who was immediately called to see the de ceased said she was burned from head to foot suffering from shock from which she died consequent on the burns received Deceased roM she fell into the floe A verdict of tenth from shock from burns acct dentally received was returned With feelings of sincere sorrow Is recorded the death of Edward John ston of Castletara Cavan ocean KnappagJlplace at his residence iaf Castletara where he had been principal for eight or nine years ana where his genial manner and abilities as a teacher won for him the good opltt ibisfamilyearly death at twentyeight years of age The funeral at Castletnra wn very large From around Cwttl tarn and Ballyhaise from Drumcrnvc where his brother is principal from wheredeceased hIlibroOter i fromsat Knappagh peopleyonerlifeoconsolationsto his sor ofntheywouldsogoodrittentionWITH THE SICK J Daniel Dougherty the undertaker 1 rdhleneethoughchange in his condition during the I past few days Ills friends most sin I j cerely I recoveryuillBichard Quinn of Seventh and Oak I 11 who went to IIot Springs several weeks 1 recuperatingindepressed rdturnnewsfortire baths would make him entirely well j j HEAVIEST ENGINES Twentyfive new locomotives from j the Baldwin works each costing I 15000 and the heaviest type built t were received by the Louisville Nashvillo Railroad Company thlal week Besides relieving congested lmtll1al1d tfaeiUatinff the great bust news of the road ftia addition willi rflII tv 7 FRANK FEHR=BREWING CO 1 Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUXSVXLLE KY Cumb Phone ruin 1913 ISUJTHE WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers at all leading bars ond cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER Avenuebn TYlt SQ1 LOUISVILLE KY I TTCJOHNERS4l Clay= 5 ewery 812 and 814 CIA E 1dTelephone 209 LOUISVILLE A ASK FOR DIERSENSFINE DARK BEER1Telephone 1137 MADEn i CBTHOMPSON FLORIST SPECIALTYFLORAL 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jiflirson SI Both Telepttouea 1060 anddI Old and Rare Whiskies a Specialty BLUEGRASS UGHANGE LOUIS WABNITZ CO sProprietors 339 FIFTH STREET give employment7to many engineers firemen and others LOURDES Whole District Up In Arms Over Order Forlts Seizure MgrSchgopferunder whose jurisdiction is the fa mous grotto and sanctuary of LourdeS had recently turned over all the property connected with the sanctuary to third parties in order ate prevent a seizure on the part of tha French Government Minister Briand was inflexible in considering the transfer of the property simply orderedIthecharitable institution Now tho whole district is up in nrms some denying the right of the Government to touch the property others preferring to have it turned over to a municipal institution in prcferring Tarbes for the purpose Thu prefect of Tarbes has not illS yet been able to decide the controversy and Is awaiting exact instructions from tho Ministry It 5s said that the munici polity of Lourdes has sent u commit tee to Paris to Insist that the prop erty shall be turned over to a munici clainingthatLourdes would be simply ruined fiI nancially because of the disorganiaa tioa of the annual pilgrimages i 1toII- f Ia shapescanIndependent of AH Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH a1 LADY BMBAlaMBR4d Washing 1Children1a SpecialtyOffice Phones Give your boys 7themr 7 t + ST XAVIERS COLLEGE i1 12 W Broadway Louisville Ky ClaadeeltSdenliicandDusinessCourseaPreW DepartmentGymnasium Terms Moderate Bro JameDir HENRY flUNOLD DEAIKR IN Staple and Fancy Groceriesr A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phase mo 540 Wd WALNUTr HERRMANN BROS IMPOII1KRS PINE WINES AND LIQUORv Distillers and Wholesale Deal Xelltucky PEARL OF NELSON n BOTTLED IN BOND Telephose 1948 234 SixTh Street VINES LIQUORS CI6WS VALS SALOONVALLETEl4 Prill Hot IBach lOlltto flg 4411 w QRJHiEilq tip ti I YYC7Y IRIaI iiitYC3 lOLs 1 i to ONE FARE ROUND TRIP TO ST LOUIS VIA THR HENDERSON ROUTE National Bowling Tournament I March 16 to March 31- E M WOMACK City Pass Agent S W Cor Fourth and Main Mulloys Coffees and Teas are the standard In all grades Always deliciously fresh and pure the quality never varies One of our Coffee Specials at l 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 MUJLLOT COFFER ROASTR Y tiUOPbOU323 phi W IVIARICISX STREET B WX0 WWWMM t b6 LAKE SHORE BRAND Elgin Creamery Butter PURE WHOLESOME NUTRITIOUS S youaOHAS WIGGINTON Salt Agent for Loulsvllli Also Agant for SLOE VALLEY CREAMERY r v FINE JEWELRY We are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watcnes Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable price Jtsee our display of Handsome Silverw +t BRUNTS 1t WELER 530 We t Feet c WE T PIANOS Of the highest commercial value tand our patrons enjoy the privi lege of securing the value of one hundred cents in merchandise for every dollar expended and easy montlhy payments if desired i MONTENEORORIEtlMMUSIC CO Incorporated OOSOOO FOURTH AVENUE1 8tTfteGftas fl Rogers BOOK Co o PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES 1 TO SUIT EVERY TASTE- d ft Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the Zfinest of their kind In the city BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES IOP EVERY DESCRIPTION 434 w Jetierson Street 8SS 0000- QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal hasI been universally acknowledged as the best gas range in the market They cook quickly bake excellently and on account of their patent air burners consume less gas than any other They are more easily cleaned and are made to last The new IImprovements this year will keep it in the front rank Ifaving made iour 1907 contract before the advance in prices oT alt iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND Shorthand arid Typewriting MMUbrt Reliable Syskreas taught at this institution fa a valuable acquisition to any person A stepping atone to success Secures the best employment Spencerian graduates are always in demand I r COMMERCIAL SCHOOL 551116 nooaruavao itale xautealraahrlae iVCFEftntteaE BEP1t11lD1 I9ktII sad YahtStrate PraidbLcetrtrmlC S CKcr LOUISVILLE KT ASI RV i ALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE PRONE WEST 19 Ie F1MNE 7IM CUMB w I c J e u u r L tla d 1 00 00t SatsfacBACON Q o SONHigh Mona YPopularBack MARKET REeT1ETTHIRDANDFOURTHpricesINCORPORATED i i 1907 Spring Models in ShirtWaists 0if8 tastes even the most fastidious But the scope four variety and beauty of our waists are not our only claims for considerationour prices are lov and car 0 tain to meet approval We mention but a few of our waists At Atjj A 98c 1491 198 We are showing a very We have beautiful We have a goodly as large and attractive as White India Linon and sortment ol White India Waists fronts waistsWaiststheI I i date embroidered and laceare made with round ornew and upto some or elbow others j length and tucked trimmed You square yokt of Fine Val sleeves some have lace will consider these waists lace with full front of trimmings others are excellent values for the Swiss embroidery lace trimmed with tucks price all sizes and tucks all sizes 00 00q 000013 00 DR BEUTEL To Repeat His Lecture atI Trinity Council Next Tuesday Evening Trinity Council Yr L held dthclr regular meeting last Tuesday vcnin and heard a Tory favorable rcpotf- rom the Whys and Means Committce on several proposed plans for the reo juvenatlon of the council and thc completion of the clue house They have several propositions under con slderaltiion for entertainments and other revenue deriving sources in wfliich they will meet the assisti and hearty cooperation ot r 4 member of the counciL JMiseIVt ltIo committee rep rA gust Resell 011 riek ass and that Henry Stoeck tad recovered from lily recent i11ness of three weeks duration Dr PhUO Ileutel will on request epeat his lecture of last fall at the text meeting on Tuesday evening t and n special Invitation has been extended to the members of Mackin and Sat oUi Councils to attend in a bod I Oils lecture of Dr Beutels is both instructive and entertaining and e ry member of the Y M I in the cit would endeavor to attend President Joseph Conkllng announced thatI the members would attend mass nnd eceive communion in a body It St iVoysiiiB church on Passion Sunday larch 17 This is the annual custoi pf flic council rand every member Who t be officially notified by the Secre turyICHEAP RATESI To Greater Louisville Bxopsl tlon Will Guarantee 814II Attendance The generous concessions made b the railroads to the Greater Louis vl11e Exposition of one fare plu ventyfive cents for the round trip to materially aid in boostisi expected ingIthe attendance as it includes 011- of the Southeastern passenger terri ary wflilcli comprises this emir tate and all that east of the Mississippi and south of the Unto and 10 nmac rivers These reduced rate wiU be sure to draw a large olllme- oft the spring trade to this citya he Exposition dates March 18 to March 30 are very timely for tlle buyers from the surrounding smal towns The Greater Louisville Exposltio illi one of the most practical demonstrations that the members of the ommerclttl Club are in earnest when the make the statement that thel are united for the upbuilding of ia tgger and greater Louisville The 81101111 receive the hearty support o- cry citizen in their most laudabl urpose ORGANIZED the St Vin The new conference o l cnt de Paul Society in Rev Father allahers parish was formally insti tutCd last Sunday by President Jame r Campbell and Vice Presidents Ed and J Bosler and Edward J O Brlen of the Particular Council arting off with a membership ventjflve IMiis is note the babi nfer6nce and Its growth will be atched wiMi interest Following nto the officers elected PresidentFrank L Keeder Vice PresidcntJ W Luhr Secretary J H Klrwan Treasurer Charles Schuli INTERRED The remains of the late Very Rev Father Joseph BlenKe were removed from the Jfotaier tot God cemeter vault at Ccrvlngton on Thursda morning and interred in th Camp Spring cemetery Gamphel runty where services were conduct cdL by the Rev Father Belter assist 00l by jtev Father Beusen and Rev ltother Leucht COVINGTON Il The Ron Edward T McDennott ha xepted the invitation and will lee ire at Covlngton on March 18 under l1eaUlpicetl of the Campbell County F ederaUen of Catholic Societies Hi t t relil o subject wilt bo The Rainbow Happiness and presented by so i and eloquent an orator will pros t treat not often enjoyed in that tion of the State The lecture I be given for the benefit of the Ington Apostolate with headquan s at Biohmond Bishop Macs will e present Mr McDermotit has i a been invited ito be the guest of ho- f r and deliver an address at the St ricks day banquet of the Graf Club an organization thataitielii more that 201 l- promintiut tIc tvlil inbr tGTURN OUT Greets Grand Frsldent Martin at Mackin Monday Night The knowledge that Grand President Martin would visit Mackin Council and address the members Monde night brought out the largest attend nice tutus far this year Presiden Sand occupied the chair and intro luced the visitor who reviewed the Work of the local councils and threv MU suggestions that were well received The outlook for the futur was bright new councils being got iu eadines for institution and a big ime anticipated at the Owensbor lonventfon in August Fourteen members were reporter ill and on the sick list but all wer being llooked after by the Visiting Committee The committee arranginj ror the opera to ba presented nt ifacauleya In May reported that iu lompany of fifty young ladles nnd gentlemen were holding weekly re learsals under the direction of Prof iMncent Palis and thatalldndication jointed to a pleasing and creditable erformance Tomorrow afternoon the member vill be protographed in a group at he club house at 2 oclock and th iquest is made that nil who can be present The revision of the bylaws which will include several important hanger is almost completed and will oon be ready for submission to tin t ouncil When Ohajrman Italdy hai covered front his illness the mem icrs will begin active work upon the booth Mackin will operate at the ha zar tot be held for St Cecilias church funding mutt that will open Easter ilonday AMU3EMENTS The bill at the Hopkins Theater next week Includes such well knowi artists as Emmett Devoy and Com any Ferguson and Mack Mr ant rrs John T Powers Leah Russell nil Bryant and Savllle HOWArd onles are also on the bill The pop 11 irity of this house continues to draw all houses ovary night the vaudevili fferings being the equal of ant heater In tIle country Manager Mnoauley has two good offerings for next weekliThe Heir to the Hoorah the comedy that kept Tew York laughing several months Lures for the ifirst three nights Be inning Thursday and for the rest of Ule week James K llackett tvIll been in The Walls of Jericho a ouract play that deals with English social life Next weeks bill at the Buckingham l isii pne pf the big ones of the season and it is safe to sa that most every ninot regret itlOne who seas It nth mirthful muSIc and dancing urleSque and electric scenic effects nnd a splendid olio crowded houses are looked for Patrons of the Masonic are promised something to their taste next week when Gay New York will be- the bill This attraction comes swell commended and the presenting ompany is said to be unusualy good YOUNG LIFE ENDED Miss Hannah C Ahern the beloved aughter of Mr and Mrs William B horn died Thursday morning after u tong illness and suffering which she bore with patient fortitude The eoeased was a lovable young lady off ninny noble quantities and was jnmerly employed atthe New York Storc where she ivfeis highly regarded yT employer anden pfc ye alike The ineral took place from Si Lour teatIaVds 1ro1r1his morning 1 t d Jr- a I I III i ct INDIANA TS- t VffihatReports Show Order Has Greatly Increased In Numbers The biennial State coriventiot o the Catholie 1I frl itGitmt 3ottx 1aau Ind and tthe ord- BeforerJ 8P tho od sloritb delegates tisl- qjfc tKllocal members attended so mn high mass at wiiich in the ser mon the Indiana branches were com mended for their steadfastness nd tie interest they manifest in the great beneficiary society From all branches in the State tha reports were encouraging each show lng that the membership hod bee icreased and that here was unbounded confidence in the order Bspeciall gratifying was the tact that mat new branches had been orgtmzi luring the past tvo years and oil that the Uniform llank was 1uklur satisfactory progress New lbanYj was ably represented by Messrs iG II Koetler from Holy Trinity brand tad Frank Zoeller Sr and Itonjanv linkebein from St diarys The laf convention was held at Trinity Hcd in New Albany two years ago NOVEL AT LEAST Connecticut Young Men Create Court For Lenten- Goodness Forty young men in Waterbury onn have formed a Lenten club to t enforce piety Theywill meet on undiay anti Tuesday evenings Cour wilt be held with a presiding judge ond for every conviction for flirting blasphemy or lying the fine is ilvi ents which goes into the clubs reasury William Dunpliy Is Pres lent of the club and Wiliam Mo ruiness Secretary It wins not be nose the youths were not leading Iglitepus lives that the moral dub came into existence it was n ohm any effort on the part of the younj men who believe that their example will be followed by many others Their court sessions promise to be ntereatlng Any member of the norallsta may bring charges agains fellowmember if he has good ten Irony to substantiate his charges The organization of the club is salll tb ibo the result of some pointed sermons on morality by catholic clergy men The girls some time ago organ- Ized a White Lily club the influence of which for good fibs had a salutary Meet on some of the young met Whoso sweethearts belong to the organization INVITED TO LECTURE Dr Phil J Beutel Jr whose lect urcs to the members of Trinity ant teckin Councils this winter won for him a widespread ixsmitiatlon thl week received an official invitation from the officers and members of Sarto Council of Owensbono to de IhCr his lecture there for the young men of that city The invitation has been accepted and Dr Beutel will ppear in OwenSboro next Wednesday night From a medical standpoint the lecture is especially important to young men who vlll be benefited hj earing ft Dr Beutel has given hh subject much study and handles iIt- Well and members of Sarto Council can rest assured that the lecture will rove interesting as well as instructive HONOR FOR BARRY John Jessie Barry editor of tin New Haven Echo and past Supreme ireotor of the Young Mens Institute has had another distinct honor inferred upon him This week has the unanimous cdiolca for Fresi dent of St Catherines Council at- New haven and now everybody lis oklng for a boom of ithe order ItL t1mt eecfion Though not having th field nor advantages of the large1 mnclla President Barry stands ready to accept a challenge from any to totumbers John is wedded to the Y fr Land St Catherines interests mid not be xtlaceVl In safer hands 1 i 1t c t c wh 334 r94d s t I t I J p pp t tIFFF1+ A t++ + + + + + By reason ol being out of the high rent d trlctt wt are able to SAVE YOU A DOLLAR on each X pair ol shoo you buy JJ 400 Values 300 I 350 Values for 250 1 Haager Shoe Store 1 307 WEST JEFFERSON r x BE SURE TOCALL FOR 1 I I McRENNAWHISKl i f- I t 9IT IS ALWAYS PURE L H McKenna Distiller Fairfield W Albert T Schranz REAL ESTATE IN ALL ITS BRANCHES I CO1dTbiY TO LOANCUMB PHONE MAIN 27y ROOm I l S4 dGreanr HOTEL HOEM vhq HENRY 0 HOEMER Proprietor 1 15 and 17 West Twelfth St CINCINNATI Parties who intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every con venience and comfort to be found in a modern and uptodate hotel and at right prices Street cars pass hotel entrance FIRSTCLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION J Boston Dental Parlors SOO WHJSSO JMCAKICEJT ST SET OF EETH 300 for A SET OF TEETH 300 Gold Crowns 300 Bridge Work 300 Fillings 60c up Extracting 25c Home Phone 3272 ALL WORK GUARANTEED TEN YEARS 1OL LOW TH CI OWIA- nd you DONT RUN no RISK by giving YOUR LAUNDRY to the y UNITED LAUNDRY CO Incorporated HAND WORK A SPECiALTy GOODS CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED BOTH PHONES 1188493732- T N SHEPARD Pmidnt MAIN OFFICE 504 SIXTH STREET HEAR 6REEN SSfcSSx S S SKS S FALLS CITY MEAT MARKET 352 SECOND STREET J F SULLIVAN Manager IIIDADQUAi3TTar FOR Dressed Poultry and Game of All Kinds in Season You can always find the best the market affords in Choice Cuts of Beef Spring Lamb Pork and Cured Meats of all kinds Also the Best and Purest Lard in the city We also carry Early Fruits and Vegetables and all firstclass market products LOUISVILLE PACKING COMPANYS MEATS ONLY M 1 BANNON PBNNONJR LJVEENEMAK R B BANNON Pres Mgr VlctPr i Secretary Treasurer Kentucky Vitrifiei Brick Ca INCORPORATED lUariuaoturer oY VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK FOR STREETS AND ROADWAYS Office 508512 W Jefferson St Works Magnolia AleOet 9th and 10th TELEPHONE 573 TELEPHONE 1252 DR J T CHAWKSVete- rinary Infirmary end Horse Shoeing Forge SCIENTIFIC AND PRACTICAL HORSESHOEING horses Called For aid Delivered h U othps9 OFFICE INFIRMARY AND SHOEIN9 FORGE D7IOO9 W BROAm WAY I1Illl + + J rINg WIlir5 OlLUlPAOX NH ALKOLJB845Wst Green Strtx i wot sCIOAlttytit + i j JJ i 1 a- y lo h