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Digital page images are linked to the text file. rr i to IRISH 1 VOLUME XVIII NO 10 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 9 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTS GREAT CLOUD T bo Lifted From Face of Ireland at Once fuel Forever Hope and Cheer llnvo Con to Unfortunate Evicted Tenants Death of Poor Who Drafted and Voted For Homo Rule Bill DUBLINS AURORA BOREALIS It is impossible to exaggerate fh hope nail cheer that Iravc just com to on most unfortunate xlyof met women ami children in Irolan known as the cyioted tenants in 30000 individuals Tlivx lving some words are only too common in Ireland and they stand for injustlc ncitte suffering and patient hope tho no pen can describe When the land n net of 1003 passel 6080 heads of families evicted tenants mostly iIn the West homeless since the Lan League war most of them apple for tie reinstatement the act prom ised them So slowly did the Cominis sloners work rtliat only 480 of them have been as yet attended to Re certtly representatives of these tO patient martyrs headed by their par ish priests went to Dublin appealec ito Messrs Redmond and Dillon as leaders of she Irish party in Parlia ment and laid their pitiful case before them Redmond promised ha would do lids best for them Hardly had Parliament settled Mown for work when Mr lIf len of the Irish party brought up the subject of fh evicted tenants with a stirring appool 0V for them Hugh Law and John Dllloi followed with most eloquent de nunciatiibnH of the treachery of tin Government to the evicted tenant and to the Irish party in the cruel and expensive and mocking slowness of thee land act workings in theJi case Secretary Blrrcll in answer to then appeals made as manly and states manlike a speech as was ever heard in the House of Commons lie came directly tb the polntofthe subject t+ by saying he considered the Govern ment pledged tb these people Whatever in theobstacle or obstacles were way of their speedy relief would be removed antI at once and by May he said April at first but on second thought gave himself a little more time he promised every one of the 0000 and odd evidtion cases would be settled Their history he said was a shameful one of the government off Ireland and must be happily wiped out forever John Redmond rose after Birrel and expressed his sails faction and his faith in the Liberal Governments promises The evicted tenants and ithe Irish party and tin Iiborftl Ministry and the whole people of Ireland are congratulating them selves and each other that a great ugly cloud the evicted tenants case is rto be lilted from the facer of Ireland at once and let up hope foreverLord Thring who as counsel to Par liament drafted in outline the home rule bill of 188G and was considered one of the most learned constitutional lawyers of that time died the other day aged eightynine He was a de noted and enthusiastic advocate of the restoration to Ireland of her own Parliament and was one of the forty one Peers who voted in favor of the second reading of the home rule bill in 1803 which was rejected by the other 4J9 members of itliM fullest House of Lords ever recorded In Bryces Handbook of Home Rule s an article from Lord Thrinp showing that the establishment of an Irish Parliament with an executive respon sible to 51 would the in accordance with constitutional practice and a benefit to the empire as well as to Ireland He cites Canada as a shin ing example and remarks In 1708 Ireland rebelled Protestant and Catholic were arrayed in arms against each other The rebellion was quenched in blood and measures of repression have been in force with slight intervals ever since with this resultpthntthe Ire land of 1886 is scarcely less disloyal and discontented than the Ireland of 1708 In 1837 or 1838 Canada rebelled differinginwere arrayed in arms against each other The rebellion was quelled with the least possible violence a free constitution was given and the Canada of 1880 is the largest the most loyal colonyDublin1spedmen df the aurora borealis on the evening of February 0 Our Prof e tToijr in Nature gives us some exceed ingly interesting explanations of such phenomena which he claims Is not confined to the realm of optics but dischargefromthe Todinin he thinks which hI found in the upper layers of the eartlhs crust finds Its may from the rysun to the earth Those systems of linked electrons which we call atoms I may be shot across the ninety odd millions of miles which separate us rfrotnlho sun and thus we receive the greater part of our radium as a kind of incredibly minute dust GIVEN PINE BADGE Weut Edw sold Bright lone of the bravest ad moat eAle member of fte toeal police deparfaneot wwss- rYarcted last Rt4dad nirMufor bii l longpycars of faithful service Just before the members of the Third dlis trlot went on dully Friday night t11ere was quite n igaiUietling tit the 1lead quarters to witness the presentati to the genial Lieutenant of an tcx qutsite and handsomely lamoml studded gold badge The speech wal made by Attorney James J Pitt gem Id who tad ninny pleasant 11h1ngll to say of Lieut Bright and his twen lyflve years conneetlton with the dc partment JOHN PURCELL DIES Injuries He Received In Railroad Wreck Prove FatalI John Pincell the well known roll road engineer died Wednesday night at Sts Mary and Elizabeth Hospital Ills death came as a shock to his relatives and physicians ns until a few hours before the end his cons tion lied showed much imprbvemen Engineer Purcell was badly injure in a wreck of his engine near Chris tiunsburg two weeks ago caused Iby spreading of the rails tile engine toppled and crushed him beneath It burning him some what and breaking his leg In two places in addition to injuring him In ternully He was removed to St Josephs Infirmary for treatment and was getting along nicelyI when pneumonia set in Ills condition for a time was critical but several day ago he had recovered almost completely from his attack of pneumonia and apparently was on the rood to recovery Tuesday afternoon be suffered a relapse and the pulmonary artery became clogged result fug in his death at 030 oclock Mr Purcell was fiftyeight years cage and hat been employed as on engineer on the Louisville Sr Uashvill railroad during the last forty years He was one of the companys most faithful and trustworthy employee und often was given difficult runs lie was born in Cannelton Ind but removed to Louisville with his par nts when only a year old He was ix member of the Urotherhood of Locomotive Engineers and a llfelonj member of the Church of the Blessec Sacrament where the funeral service were held Saturday morning He IIs survived by his wife and nine chit 1ren five sons and four daughters they are William T Purcell John 1 Purcell Edward I Purcell George V Purcell Walter Purcell Mrs Lout lIrnnconia Mrs W G Chawk Mrs JJ 0 Hines and Miss Margaret Purcell MACKIN COUNCIL r0 Members Will Receive oly Communion on Passion Sunday Mackin Council had a fairly wel ittertded meeting Monday Bight but a gloom iwas cast over the proceedings by the report that nineteen mem ers were on the sic list After 1h rending of several communication three more applications were re elved and one rvew member elected 1Jie committee having dn charge tin reparations for the opera to bi given in May reported that satis factor progress was being made at tile rehearsals PresiJentSnnd notified the members of the council 10 be at the club house at 2 oclock to morrow afternoon when they Would be photographed and the picture laced on exhibition in the Greater Louisville Exposition The address of the night was deli red by William Kerberg who spoke Oit some length on ithe manner ir Ihldh Oatholic young men should onduot themselves Ills admonitions were many and varied and poInted out the many pitfalls that care must be taken to avoid As has boon the annual custom ol Tackin it was decided that all the umbers approach holy communion cm Passion Sunday This is one of the laws of the Young Mene Instl rte that is most strictly enforced and It is expected that every member will perform this important duty MEMORY WILL LIVE One of the saddest deaths of this post week was the passing away of Mrs William Schneider nee Gross a bride of only a year 4ier death co ursing Wednesday morning after n- ten days illness of pneumonia Mrs SchneIder was a universal favorite witQi her sunny friends and acquaint aMes awl the memory of her many noble qualtdties will still live with ttllmn long after the balm of time has fliealcd heir wounds of grief and orroiv Besides her husband and an infant child of only a month she is urvived by her father mad mother Mr and Mrs A J Gross and two rothers Pierce and Andrew J Gross Dbe funeral took place from the tAm i1y residence 1730 Wajt Market ptreet this morning at 8 oVlbck and from st Anthonys dhurch at 0 oclock with 0 requiem mass MARION COUNTY PROTESTS In response to the can of the Canon County Federation of Cath oUc Societies and a committee corn osed of lIon John Barr R N ftvtihen and Judge H W Rives there was a great gathering at Lebanon last MJortday afternoon to protest gainst tho flIght the French Govern lent is making upon tat CastJiollo hurdi and the Christian religion any noHOaHhoUcs were present and aVe iiielr pprov ltpilhe expressions orothe erkerssad the rMolutloDa wt e eoopttftd bjr uoMtaioui rJrJr Q j ote Copies of the resolutions dULve Deco sent the Church authorities nt Home and dn France and declared In no uncertain tones the feeling of horror that the action of France ms caused among Phristlans of all d1 nominations in Central Kentucky UNTIL APRIL Rector of America Colleg e in Rome Here Pot Visit The Right Rev Mgr Thomas Kennedy rector of the American 001 lege at Home arrived at New Vok Saturday on the North German Lloy line steamship Inlser Wilhelm der Grosse lie comes to visit his pur ents in Philadelphia and left the Iller to go direct to the train Mgr len nedy will remain in this country until April TIll American College IB in a pros porous condition lie saidTThei are at the present time 120 Amir can students registered there We are also entirely free from debt Just before I loft 1 had an audience with the Holy Father lIe is In health and spirits He has excellentI maintained a strong position French religious question though he Is grieved nt the Injustice done th Church If France gave the Church the same liberty that she has in the United States there would be no trouble nnd the Pope would be satis fledMgr Kennedy laughed when told that there was a rumor that he was to be made a Ilinhop and retired from the head of the college I know nothing of such a rumor he said lIe also refused to discuss the Beldam Storer incident as well as the chances for the bestowal of the llei lint on an American While Mgr Kennedy Is in Philadelphia his par ents will celebrate their golden wed ding ENCOURAGED Rev Thomas A York Will Soon Erect Splendid School The Catholics of Louisville will sooi have added another to her already long list of educational Institutions wflierein the young will receive thai religious training so essential to gooid citizenship anti the encouragement given the undertaking Iis most gratl Eying With the purpose of obtain Ing funds to erect a new school house Hie Bed Father Thomas ii York pastor of St Pauls dmrch Wednes lay afternoon started a subscription amounting to 400 In order to get the necessary amount of money Father York started his campaign bailing upon the first communicant or the church who number 750 tc subscribe 1 each The new school house will be a brick building eighty feet In length and forty feet In width end 3000 will be expended in erect- Ing it It will be situated beside the yhurch on Jackson street between Kentucky and St Catherine where he old sohool house now is standin- gMESSENGERS used by the Holy Father In the Present Time of Trouble According to press reports a special messenger office has just been organized at the Vatican in order to nable the Pope and the Church authorities to communicate freely with he Bishops of France So far only hree messengers have been em toyed all three French prelates timed Mprs Gloricux Vanevllle and oitlersj They go and come by turn from Rome to Paris at the expense of the Vatican traveling second hnslntarry the Popes orders to any of the Trench Bishops The arrangement ins deemed absolutely necessary because several attempts were made re lently by the French officials to open omnninlcntions coming from or directed to Rome especially since time seizure of the documents contained in the archives of the Paris Nuncla are gave the French officials a key to the Vatican cipher code WORTHY CHARITY A handsome jewelled railroad watch bas been donated by a friend to St Loos church of Highland Park to- be disposed of for the benefit of the church It has boon decided by them tmlttee in charge to dispose of it with a grand drawing the same to ako place Thursday April Uand tickets are now on sale for twenty Ivo cents each Rev Fattier Fitz1 erald is energetically endeavoring tql buIM up a thriving and succesS 1 pariSh and any help or assistanfo rjvcn Ihlm will be gratefully app e daced GAELIC TO BE TAUGHT Owing to die enUiusiasiK aroused byf Douglas Hydes lectures in Milwaukee the study of pie Gaelic Ian uajgo is to be revbetl at Marquette allege A class ps tJhirtyfive amen Jers has been formed under heUtorshAp of Biir Patrick Murphy a- InJ a f w monttos 4e college will eoonte a university end the faculty elleviwj the popularlfty of the study W1OJl inerenwe intend ito add Miofaael DRonlm88y an awtotanrti to Itlier lurphj1 n z e L BIRR Edt f Puts himself Squarely DeforoI Country on Homo UnItf QuestionI Not Since OCoiinoliH Tlmo Has i Ireland Experienced Such Hope i f Obstacles to Legislation ForI Ireland Are Up For Trial 1 1I I DUBLIN CASTLE IS BEING WEIGHED r Writing from Dubllnj tale New York Times correspondent says there h1s not been such a feeling of hope iin Ireland since OConnells time as IsI experienced today lithe Liberal Mil istrys sincerity as a home rule mil Istry waiting only the opportunit to Inaugurate an era of justice for Ireland fa yet to be tested this session but the preliminaries are vet promising Prune MJiiister Campbel P innerman Chief Secretory for Ireland Blnfjll nnd John E Redmon the loader of the Irish party and sso of the Irish people seem to undo stand and trust each other and arc clearIIngIn fifty years of Parliament them has not ibeen such conciliatory tilling qucs1l1onsII Gladstone Ministry so evident a desire to satisfy the IrIsh people Sec rotary Dlrrell is all rJght lIe is to be congratulated on having put himself squarely before time country on time home rule issue and all that lead up tto it His restoration of th evicted tenants will write his name IIn letters of gold all over Ireland The two great obstacles to legisla lion for Irelandin foot to the inning of Irelands right to legislat for herself are up for trial wUhr every prospect of a speedy condemnn lion and Math or at least deposition from present illused power They are the house of Lords and Dublin Castle There was Uttjo premonition a year ago of the storm at disap provaU to putcdtrarielfdl t a time thlul1 pecragelofthat Americans parade in their coral papers in connection with their ov ambitions diearessess is comiplimen mpared to the opinions cxpressei openly and hourly on all sides Thi recent veto of the education bill was lime straw that broke time camels jack and the House of Lords wll rove to do something to appease tit Commons The House of Lords weighted in the Balance and found wanting is a most valuable contribution from the vet ran journalist William T Stead Jo he debate now going on in Eniglnn ll- nnil Ireland as to ttic mending or end inliof the House of Lords Stoat urns a searchlight on the hereditary cgislatlon that exists nowhere else jut in Englankl He says under its legis knaves and fools have a per ictual right to interfere with the leglslation of the whole empire The present house of Lords spas not even- I1le romance of age to entitle it to everence for most of the 500 peers In it are of quite recent creation Pit Ailfrid Lawsons charterizatlon of ita nukeup is recalled lIe said the peer are made up of men who had either mode much iinoney or bribed maul voters or brewed a great deal of beer or killed large numbero of pea pIeIrule Lords who were given Irish itles are the worst of the lot Mr rocky said of them They should ave been given a whipping at the tnil of a cart instead of titles They arcI historically connected with mom omesof shame The list of them Ildoings is practically inexhauatableI and die summons an array of evidence gainst them simply unanswerable dim Bright said I am scarcely able to discern one Single measure Important to human or English freN dom which has com from the volun ary consent and goodwill of the louse of Lords But why par Icularlzo Everyoody has a whack at them just now and surely some thing In the way of mending or ending this relic of feudalism will come of it before long As for Dublin Oastlel The first twing Mef Secretary Blrrell bumped up against when ho took the reins n Ireland was this autocratic bureau racy which is not responsible even totJhe British Parliament and which foriIrelandUn Castle Is the center of a series of lUreaua or boards sixtyseven of them composed of a host of grafters witnL enormous salaries not subject iot any revision or control directly Tho I7500000 that goes to the clvll government of Ireland goes into heso hands and 0000000 of it mains with then as salaries making Ireland the most expensive gov rnment in the world while every need and expressed wish of the people is mocked at and starved Every little Jlt of business between the people ond the Government has to go trough Dublin Castle and by theme the particular set of boards that ach particular brit of business must if 1rtitoIl is consulted rand heard from there da no money nor time left for tile business These are tie ob teclea Secretary Birrell must meet rand deal witti Some of itheee ihijfh darted hairBpKWnfr Uma kllJlng o tub leave stood between tile people ti- ITU tJ f and the lund not so that in three years and a half since the land tnet passed at 0080 evicted tenant callCa brought before then less titan 500 were satisfactorily dealt with 1ho cost of those 500 oases would thnve bought a continent and paid tJho passages of the evicted tenants out to it But Dublin Castle like tIle House of Lords is In the balance at last CARDINAL RICHARD Deeply Touched By Ietter of Louisville Knights of Columbus Louisville Council KnlghtisI of Co laments recently adopted resolutions touching the treatment IUle Catfliolic Ohuroh has been receiving from ittitle French Government whIch with a lottflr were forwarded to Cl1r dinal Richard Archbishop of Pat Wednesday the following cablcgrai was received from the Cardinal nmi rend at the meeting held that night Ardhbishopric of Paris Paris Feb 10 1007 Cardinal Richard of Paris deeply touched l y the sympathotl letter of the Louisville Counei Knights of Columbus expresses l11s greatest thanks and joins with UIC prayers of the faithful of Loulsvill for the triumph of the HoTy Church The resolutions of the local council fully covered time situation as ex sting in France end gave emphatic expres Son to the feeling existin here toward the unjust and indefer sible conduct of that Government In a letter that arrived Thursda ncknowletlment of the receipt of vhe resolutions at Rome was receive from Cardinal Merry Del Val Papal Secretory of State the following be rtaleorlginalIKy Illustrious Sir The Holy Fathe wes infinitely consoled by the gener cms sentiments expressed t the rem ion of January 23 coincided in by a1l of the members of the association His Holiness thanks all of the mem belts for the noble attestation of de ration and religious sentiments amI in proof of his grateful soul he give nil his cordial iblesslng I am pleased myIlensefectlonately to serve you Cardinal Merry Del Val i LOUISVILLE EXPOSITION ipentnd Nl ht Por the Irish and Friday For the Germans But another week will elapse before he doors of the Greater Louisvill lexposition will be thrown open to he public and what will there lIe presented will most assuredly surpass all expectations The exhibit Ii will roprssunt every rfuctor in Louis ilias indiusirial and commercial life ind will show the surprising advanci nd development being made sigh hme Under the direction of Ohair nan Beckman and Chairman Davis the First Regliment armory is ossum ng tflie appearance of an elecrtrien alryland They have made splendid regress with the decorations which till be made a feature never seen at my other exposition The exposition will open on Dedica ion day March 18 and that same evening has neon set apart for Irsh Imorioan night The Friday nigh following will be for our German Vmerican citizens and it Is expected here will be a friendly rivalry as tt vfliloh will have tbelnrgest atendance Upon those nights Creatore and his amous band will render a special rrogTamme of Irish and German air luau will be worth going a long way to hear Every inch of space has beer nken for ale exhibits and it only remains for the people of Louisvilli to attend and thus show their appre iation of time energy and enterprist of the Commercial Club SURPRISE WEDDING William W Spalding of Lebanon 1111 Mrs Adele Boyd Wolverton of illlwaukee Wds were married in thatt Ity Wednesday morning at 830 clock the Rev Thomas S Fit erald of the Jesuit church officlat Ing After the ceremony the bride and groom left cfor Hot Springs where they will remain several days eforo returning to Kentucky to make their home The bride has on everal occasion visited in Marion panty and only a few days ago con luded a visit in Lebanon Mr Spald ing is the Oounty Atltorney of Marion country and is a young man who Is- we11 known in legal circles over tho Stnte The wedding came as asur rise ito the friends of both the young people in Lebanon FOUR WEEKS TTIP like Itev John Sheridan pastor of ely Chroas church left last Tuesday i r Hot Springs Ark For some time past Father Sheridan has been roublcd with rheumatism but it is nought and hoped that after a stay of four weeks at the springs he will eturn ltd his charge with health entirely restored EXCOMMUNICATED The Congregation of the Holy Qfflceof which the Pope himself is lie head has just Issued an official terse to the Catholics of France an- nouncIng that the socalled Amerfcan rchblshop yiliatte has been formally communicated and Catholics are not allowed to have any dealings with to n him without incurring in the minorI excommunication A similar decree Is to be issued ArchbllihopVU1atteshelpers nlreadrblellBishops before they volunteered to help the schismatic archbishop in the organilng of an Apostolic French church HAPPY IN DEATH Sister Modesta Barbero Falls Victim to Dread Typhoid Sister Mary Modestn for twent seven years a member of the Ursula Sisters died Tuesday morning of t phold fever at the convent on Shell and Chestnut streets after an lllnej of but two weeks TJio end came peacefully and with that fliapplnesi bestowed upon those wdio lead lOly lives and are ever ready for Gods summons Sister Modestap death iis deeply lamented not only in the cot vent but by many friends throughou the city nnd Smite by whom she wa greatly beloved Sister Modesta wns fortythree years of age and was n naive of Newport She was the daughter wf George Barbara While still a child both her parents died nnll Sister Modeutta was taken to the Urcullne convent where she 11as reared and relocated Several year after she entered the convent slle took the veil and from that time on she faithfully performed her duty devoting all her time to the further once of Christianity She is survive by a brother and a sister who live in Newport The funeral service were held at tote convent Thursday morning with interment in St Mich oels cemetery May her soul rest in peace FIGHTING BEULOW Political Opposition Extending to German Social Relations According to the Associated Press reports the first weeks debates In the new German Reichstag liar widened the breach between the Gov ernmcnt and the Catholic party with the result that it is tolerably certain that there is a long contest ahead Chancellor Buelow is endeavoring toII form a Government majority in Reichstag without the aid of tin Clerical Centrists and the latter an determined to emburrassthe Govern ment in order to reassert their former paramount position and turn conipel the Chancellor to come to 01 working arrangement with them Tin debates Indicated tho growing Intensity of political feeling which is ex tending to social relations The members of the Centre party at a can eus resolved not to leave their cards it the Chancellors residence as has been customary nor to attend his Lnrliamentary reception To accentuate their personal opposition they have left cards at the houses of all the other Ministers and are attend- Ing tho latters evening receptions Many of the higher clergy disap proved the decisions of the Centre party before the election but underlie circumstances in order to pre erne intact tho powerful Church arty they are closing up their ranks and consolidating in support of it The impression among experienced bservers is that Germany is likely to have a period of lively internal lolltlcs which may even lead to an timer dissolution of the Reichstag after the reassembling of that body next Autumn as the Government laving badly defeated the Socialists pay desire another general election In order to seek to reduce the Par lamentary representation of the Cen tre party CATHOLIC EDUCATOR The Rev Father John Nf3o- II land S J Passes Away at Cincinnati The Rev John N Poland S J Socius to the Province of Missouri antI widely known in the Catholic church circles as an educator of the hIgher order died in Cincinnati last londay after an Illness of two months rom Brlghts disease aged sixty ears Prior to his fifteen years service as professor at St Xavlers Col lege in Cincinnati he occupied n similar position for a like period at tho of St Louis and also toghtat Chicago and Detroit rather Poland was always popular with the students taught by him who were present in large numbers at tho solemn and impressive funeral ceremonIes MISSION AT ST FRANCES Rev Fathers Vincent Trost and luscfbhis Wagner two of the ablest Clnd most eloquent preachers in the ranclscon order rwlll begin a weeks missIon at St Frances of nome liurch in Clifton on St Patricks day other Thomas W White the pastor isi to bo commended for securing iieso two Franciscans who are do- Ing phenomenal work in the missionary field The order of exercises viii- beI tho ramie as at the other missions eld in our local church es ALICE PERRYS BERTH Miss Alice Perry the first lady in eland to qualify for an engineer M been elected County Surveyor for vhray at a salary of 8500 a year ll 0- 4alnJtwo C bs va TROUBLED Aro the French Over Popes Reception ot American Minister Assures Plus Ho Will Try to Reconcile Church and State i Prelates Smile Over the Discomfiture of tho French Envoy BLBSSING FOR MINISTER WHITE UI Barrere the French Ambassador at Rome seems to be seeldng to stir up trouble about the special private audience gaveSnturilnyfug American Ambassador on the eve of the latters departure for his new post 5n Paris Cable dispatches say Barroro appears to be very angry be cause Oils Holiness received with gigyy nificant privacy and cordiality the diplomat who goos to represent the United States In France It must be said that the Vatican made the most of the parting visit quietly empha sizing the fact that Minister White comes from a republic in which the Church is1ree as air andes to a re public which has thrust her away The returning Ambassador was given preference over all ithe prelates and diplomats at the Vatican for whom tho Pope usually reserves the morn ing audiences Prelates smile and whisper that tho Sovereignlontiff t positionil1Wliite assured the Pope that when ever an opportunity presents itself he will use nil his influence as Ambassador to reconcile the French Govern matt and time Catholic Church employing the same conciliatory metli txls as when he represented ithe United States in time Morocco conference it Algeeiras Church dignitaries clos- ett Ills Holiness say that the American Minister reverently receh tI benedictionBiCssul glonUUNever mind if you are not a Cath loUe you are a good Christian at any Furthermore you are a peace iiaker and peacemakers have a pe culiar title to be honored as children of God The Osservatore Romano the Vat ranis organ duly describes Minister iVhitels visit to the Vatican carefully AmIerited OIls letter of recall at the Juirlnal and bidden farewell to the ting But he has not yet reached Purls However the Vatican pre icrves Its consistency Never has Pope Pius received an Ambassador iccrcdited to the Qulrlnal as such ndeed a Catholic so good as the Emperor of Austria or the King of Spain when in Rome must start for tho Vatican not from one of the Italian royal places but from his em Italian royal palaces but from his mbassy here It is common rumor that Ambassador Barrere officiously tried to persuade Minister White to cancel his en ngement for the audience Barrero well knew the Vatican would make lolltlcal capital out of the visit Curious that he failed to prevent the udience Barrere with grave India leadinlrFrenchensibly to ask them not to wire the news of the audience to Paris Really time French Ambassador wished to impress on the correspondents the- yost importance of the audience as- lie regards it Certainly It will note M Uarreres fault If the audience does not render disagreeable the American Ambassadors position at lnrls does not indeed become the subject of correspondence between the United States and France Minister White went to Florence aturday to meet Mrs White whose 1health has kept her away from lomo recently Foreign Minister ittonl other officials of the Foreign Office the Diplomatic Corps a timber of personal friends and timers gathered at the railroad station to bid him farewell ONCE LIVED HERE News reached here the first of the week of the death at Alameda Cat off David Lawlcr a former resident of this city and a brother of Mrs Mary iawler Murphy 1G35 Magazine street The deceased was a native of County Cork Ireland but came to this city and lived here until his removal to allfornia His funeral took place from the Mission Dolores church at San Francisco and the interment was in Holy Cross cemetery Besides his slater he leaves one son David A awler who holds a position In the San Francisco Custom Mouse and to nieces Margaret Flnley and Mary Lincoln J RESTORES The restoration St Marys Caddie dral at San Francisco has been prac ally completed both exteriorly ant iteriorly Although prepared tot temporary use the high altar which ItalywnotEa ttAf rf iii ea NTUOJiiCY IRIS AJI1ERJOAN m KENTUCKY IRISH flMERlGflN Deyoted to the Moral and Social Advancement of all Irish Americans W KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN PRINTING CO Incorporated Publishers SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPY 5c Entered at the Louisville Po office as Second Cbss Hitter Address all Communication to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 Wet Urea St UNION TRADES tAeEt COUNCIL tI LOUISVILLE KY SATURDAY MARCH 9 1907 ANNOUNCEMENT The Ker lucky Irish American WI111 i the nnnl again tbs yor celebrate verBarv of Irelands jtmtiton saint by St patricks da issuing u special edition of twelve pages filled with reading matter that tos been care fully prcTwred and will prove interesting to everybody but especiallj Irish Ameriaarrs To our friends w suggest that each recure for us a list of new subscribers to whom may b sent as the filiI number this enlarge anniversary issue WHAT NEXT Legislature in im The California posing rigid restrictions upon the holding of real estate by aliens is only following the lead of otfliei States although its manifest purr at the Japanese w111 pose is to strike and sonaturalizedcan not become escape the consequences of discrim motion But doss will thIs new mow by the California exclusionists strike President Roosevelt rt was not pro vided for in his deal with Mayoi Bchmitz Will he summon GOT Qillett now to AYaisWngton for an conference or will hotlher peace threaten to employ nIl the military and civil powers wf the United State to Congress and thenIn a messagec leave explanations to his Secretary of table These anState over ho dinner some of the pertinent questions bcln asked by newspapers and men prom front in public life who ore anxiously TM nwaitdng their answer ANNEXATION Believe extending the city limitss any further provision should be made for proper lire and police protection for the property now within its boundaries The annexation and im position of city taxes upon narrow strips of land along roadways extend ing Into the country does not seem right Wien any section becomes populous and enjoys city protection bnd benefits annex the whole not n- Ip of a few feet in width but miles ergi Ticinot calent bits a rather suspicious look those behind it being yet unknown and refusing the public any information upon the subjectCity Assessor Summers said Wednesday that he could not give out anything regarding the annexation proceedings and is thus quoted Even if I knew the correct bound aries decided upon I would not feel at liberty to divulge them now It wxmld be discourteous to thc members of the General Council to make them public before the Councilmen were thoroughly acquainted with the t work Perhaps it would but Ire not the people who will be affected en titled to as much consideration as are the members of tho General Council who have no material interest in the i matter Ordinances can be framed up and passed in a very short space of Itime and nothing pertaining to annexation legislation should be with held from the public All want the city to expand and grow but not without justice and right LOOKS niXED The news from Ireland as looked upon by the Boston Hibernian is of Tarious texture partly pleasant with- a strong admixture decidedly un pleasant The pleasant features are that the town itenants act passed by the London Parliament last year in Working very well cs shown by a few cases in which the tenants have al ready appealed to the courts to pro t test their rights under it and also c that the local elective authorities throughout the country are actively putting the laborers cottage act law Into operation which means that thirty thousand additional laborers tomes with a decent plot of land aftohed to each will soon be erected i These two things of themselves are a l decided aubstontlal gain and when the curtailment of the hours for tell ing liquor another of last years iMWire II may bo regarded as an advance The unpleasant phase or aspect of Ireland is the old perennial squalid trouble of disunion In a normal country the William OBrien rebellion againatmajority rule would not 8IDOutoo much Ibut Ireland pre ent widwpn ad abnormalconditions lid it Mounts to considerable not e bait porMon of which is agrow f feeHagamong some thoughtful BhAroerieans of mingled pity awl nterapti for a people who have had uoh Tivid lutrtJona quite recently f the ct4minal1 folly of disunion The arneUite pMlt seems to be forgotten y fume tfcougiittew Ignorant anv n bit Lous men woo flaunt discipline or any rule save the impulses of theii own sweet will This too happen at a time when the Liberal Government promises to bring1 in some larg measure Of Irish local government leading up by a long step towari home rule How far the promise measure will go Is not yet known the public but It seems quite ptfob able that M Ps ODonnell and Shee- han clansmen of William OBrien and even Wlllhim himself would pro fer no progressive measure at nll than ito see the Irish party reedy any credit for bringing it about Ar Irish factionist is an intensely virulent enemy John Uedmond as the head of a little factionist cotcrlt In 1893 moved an amendment to th Queens speech which declared the his crowd would not accept horn rule until the political prisoners were released Gladstones excellent Zion rule bill Iliad not yet been laid before th Commons and Redmonds effort was to put the Irish party dn a hole Such is the depths to which ta facUonlst will descend IMMORAL ENGLAND Literary London is all astir because of a speech made a few days ago by the Protestant Bishop of Norwich regarding the style and quality ol modern English publications Eng lish readers are now after the sensa 4ional and immoral style of novels according to this prelate and this fact alone eloquently describes the condition of modern English society There are books now read in the best English families which it would not have been possible to have printed a few years ago Out of an examination made of eighty novels published wSthin the last three years it was found that seventeen show Hum marriage is an antiquated institution eleven make infidelity the ideal and most desirable happening twentytwo Mold that married men ought to live a double life in order to be happy seven scoff nit wifely faithfulness in marriages and twen t three are so vulgar in their word Ing as to cause surprise that they should be placed on sale on public stands at all The Prelate also staked that the most remarkable feature of the whole thing lay in the fact that nest of these novels were the work of women The French Government without my justification whatever for its bursa toward the church and unable to reconcile Ute Christian world to ire action of its ministers has been lay after day forced to show Its ianvl Alleged church intrigues with onnecting links missing are now the only hope they have To such lesperaite straits have the persecutors of the church been driven that they ire now making wild charges and rylng to implicate prominent per xmnges and goverments Having reached this desperate stage and with the governments indignantly Icnying the baseless charges their finish should soon be in sight The advocacy of the disestablish amt of tIle Ohurch of England by Augustine Blrrell the new Chief Sec etary for Ireland in the House of Commons last week has unmistak able significance for future legisla ion on the subject Tihough adding lint tIle Governments hands were ilready too full to assume any responsibility just now disestablish lent need not be lost sight of and Englishmen will evidently weigh well his words that the Church has done he State no good and the State has lone the Church nothing but harm Advices from the West telling of- of polls taken of Republican mom hers of legislative bodies have aused unusual speculation in Wash ugttbn an slotting the strength of Secretary Taft for the Re rabllcsm ndminatJon for too Presidency Republicans everywhere now calize that President Roosevelt will natbe a candidate and it is our idgment that the contest will nar rov down to Secretary Taft and Gov ughes of New York The State Board of Health should nut hesitate about revoking the cense of any physicianl who is in the lenst degree guilty of malpractice They are a disgrace to the medical rofedsion and a menace to society and it were better were all such entonced to the penitentiary This mild soon put a Stop to theirevil ractice The London Sty Council election JwJ reeuKctt in the overnvbelrainj seat of Ifoe Soeteltete In iba last rn- t i 1 Council they had eightythrcq mm bers but succeeded this year Iin electing but thirtysix flies have controlled London for elghteen years but extravagance waste mism tin ngement deception and false ac counts caused their defeat Record of the Bureau Veritas show that In 1000 el l1ty two soiling vet eels and fUilrtynlnc ateajniflilps lore los More AmerJcaii calling vessel went to the bottom than of any other naJtlon the number being twenty lire Next came Great Britain wIth ninoten Six of the eiwht two sailed forth from ports and wore never seen again Only one America steamship was 18tI The last Congress made tAte mot stupendous approprlaJtaons in the ha dory of this country Unless there b continued prosperity there will be serious difficulty In providing for dIe expenses that must be met The Senate added fiftyone million OlJarsI o the IIouSe supply bills and is as yet no telling how much to other bills The bill Introduced by Congress corIJOlaUonsmerce National Government possesses much merit Presented too late for actioi rat thasesslon just closed Hearst wil dhow his sincerity by agajn introduc Ing lilt then the next Congress con vonesThe fight made against Senato Smo6t by the Ministerial Assocaatloii and the womens organizations cos the Government nearly 50000 not withstanding1 the Senate would not relmbunse those who fought him RECENT DEATHS cunInillgham placeTuesdayhurch Deceased was the wife of Patrick Cunningham with the Price ii Lucas Company anti her death IIs nourned not only here but in Cincin anti where she had ninny friends I The funeral of William J IIenkelII the retired stonecutter and dent of the East End was larger Mended Thursday morning at St Tosephs cliurch of which he was ono memIberbut for over half a century had lived In Louis iille where he leaves two ions and three daughters and many rrandchildrcn For the past ten j ears he had used with his son WillI am COT Font street lames J Canners who followed the Mastering business and was well known throughout the city died Tues lay of ttyphoid fever at his home 70i IEast Kentucky street He was the son of Edward Connens and hall lived tore all his life Besides his father ic leaves two brothers Martin and Yilimii Conners TJie funeral oc jurretl Thursday morning from St Pauls church witfli ua olemn mass of requiem celebrated by the RevIfather Thomas York I Sincere sympathy is felt for Tos ph and Celia Cooney who last Sun lay suffered the loss of their bright ind pretty little daughter Agnes nftose death follewed a short Illness if typhoid fever The child was a avorite in the neighborhood and the arrow felt over her demise was tat ested by the many who called at the residence 1012 Columbia street vitli messages of condolence nnd re fret Tuesday morning talC funeral ook place thee remains being tenderly laid to rest in a flower cot red grave tin St Louis cemetery I No snider incident nor one which lias caused more profound sorrow hm Iwcr occurred in St Philip Neris arish Nan ithe death of Miss Louise cCloskey the fifteenyearold aiiffhter of Mr and Mrs Joseph J TcCloskey 2131 Floyd street whose life Ret witfli the sun Sunday evening right and attractive andof a lovable tlimposition she brought light and appiness wherever she wont Her tinernl took place Tuesday morning ley Lather Ackerman officiating at tIle solemn seniices and in a feeling discourse urged young people to emu Ito her innocent and noble lifem lorII John Dell aged ninety and many years years a conspicuous figure on tIle streets IOf Louisville passed ta Ms eternal reward last Saturday nt Sts Nary and Elizabeth Hospital here ho had made Iris home for the pnstten years Deceased was the oldest printer Hvfing in Kentucky and i1u111 been Identified with the papers ofr Hlliis city long before the civil war IUs son was the founder of the Oath ol1e Advocate published in VMs city until supersedeil by the Kentucky Irish American John neil had lived n long and useful life and to know Mm vaS to like him His funeral took place Monday morning from St- outs Bertrands church Deaths hand was land on Mrs Julia SaturIltaylace from the Dominican church of blob tine was a lifelong and devout member Mrs Murphy was a native ofr Ireland but had lived in this city most of her life land was held In the Ighest esteem She was the widow oft Jeromfah Murphy and leaves fiveII children all grown They are osoph Barnwell of Dayton Ohio iilirel sons and two unmarrieid daugh rs oil of this city Mrs Murphy 1lJd been a p tiorit sufferer and when 10 end came ahe was fortified by the Inst sacraments of her holy religion- id surrounded by bhe members of iter tinilyWAS PIONEER PRIEST The Rev 1ather Peter Gray a pIoneer priest of San Francisco and 10 ne of the most widely beloved last Frl ayIIt amassed a eom diedII ble furtune but lost every penny o- fIita few years ago by intrusting its- lcare to a frIend who subsequently ae indkted and fled t t y i siLocIDdy i Judge Joseph T ONeal and wlf have returned from a trip to Florid Mrs N A Watihen arrived home tho first of the week from Montgomery Ala Mrs Dick Brady Juts been visltln her brother J E Thompson at Lor cUb I Misses Alice Mickey and Louise M c Crory will return next week frol1l New York Miss Jessie llannephln arrived horn the first of idle week from a trip to Pensacola Fla Mrs Thomas Joyce who came herl to visit Mrs McGill has rcUirned to her home at na V11IMrs Edward Keating has been con fined to her home in South Loulsvill suffering from the gripIMrs Jack Barry of the Highland will leave the first of April to speOll some time In P lpll1nI reIturnClI IfuenItie 5llss Nancy Johnson of New 1Ia veil have been visiting friends her eelIMiss Nora Evans was last the guest of Miss Rcna Green at Car rollton who entertained in her honoi Miss Mary Wickliffe of Bardstow was here this week visiting her cou Ins Mimes Eleanor aid Mary Shah sonIFriends of Mrs Sarah Mullaney will be sorry to learn that site has been ill for the past severedangerously daysMiss Etta Jenkins has conclude laler visit With Miss Sophia laden Iin he Highlands and returned to ller homCiIarrived at the hume of P J Ross thl grocer hilts been christened Jahn Pat rick Ross Mrs T M Murphy andclaughter Hiss Virginia have returned from n visit to Mr and Mrs E 0 Conne nt Oharlestown Ind I Miss Ada Dillon of Portland wit recently went to Arizona for her health writes that her con itlon las greatly improved lII Martin Carroll is again at his pos lilth the Kentucky and Indian fridge Company after an illness of hree weeks duration Jacob Hoertz the well known contractor is now recovering rapidly rom his recent attack of grip at hh evidence on Floyd street We are glad to annuonce that Wil Jesse is again able to be up after an illness of four weeks at his home Clay and Wa hingtons streets Jfrs Patrick Ridge of 1211 Emil Broadway has entirely recovered from her recent attack of grip and is now able to receive her friendsI Mr A M Baker the genial cashier If the bank at Troy Ind was pert for a few days on a business tripand wn1i the guest of George PnullnII Miss Ada McCann will be with her ant Mrs Louis Jacob West Broad aye until the return of Judge John ifcCann and Mrs McCann from Florida Daniel F Murphy who has been eriously till and confined to his home for the past two weeks Is able to be out again although not entirely recovered I Misses Uizzie Hpignn and Mary ifoirtigomery bare returned to their nines at Elizabetflitown after a short isit during wtbiclt they mania many frIends here Dave Murphy 1913 Bank street is ixceedingly happy these days A linn oy gas arrived atohis house and tho proud father declares he is the finest in that locality I John HeiiiTiinan station keeper of cntral police station has been con finCtl to Ms home for the past two weeks with a severe attack of indigestion and stomach trouble Miss Marie Murphy High street Jlas almost recovered from her illness of pneumonia and her friends will rejoIce to know that she will soon be able to be out and with them ngnlnII many friends of Mrs Edmund Gerst to know that she has almost entirely recovered from the attack of typhoid foritheFrank Mayfield the former popular Prosecuting Attorney at Jefferson vllle has been dangerously ill with lung trouble and it Is said that unless here is a decided change for the better the will move to Arizona Margaret ODonnell of South Pork bas returned from a visit to her aunt Sister Mary St Paul Kennedy of ndinnapolis who was seriously ill but Is now very much Improved and regressing favorably toward teem ery Miss Victoria Cuneo slipped on the ivemcnt while wending her way to churcl1 and received a badjy sprained wrist However her a- sem that with careful attention she 111 regain the use of It in a week or two I John C fichildt the well known ndertaker and President of the erchawta League mho was critically ill of typhoid lever at his homo 333 East Markdt Street is much improved nd has been pronounced out of anger Martin Dugans many friends will rejcice to learn WiatOite condition he much improved that he will soon be4bletIe leave Ste MaryfLnclElzab- etoh hospital where he baa been for u y the nadt month suffering from pnei monia and typhoid fever Too Weber formerly of this clt but now of Birmingham Ala stoppc here a few days this week to lsit Charles Desse the grocer and other friends Jlr Weber Was returning theme from Jtltlhigan City where tdlO funeral of his iwlfe took place Miss May Wagner and William J OLeary of Dayton Ohio were quietly married on January 0 but dill not let their friends Into the seer until last Saturday The betide is thQ liiugliiter of Mr and Mrs J H Wn ncr Twentyfourth street There was a gathering of old friends Sunday evening at the res- ilIence of Mr T II Merrimee Bald man avenue who entertained Iin honor of his friend Mr Peiter Kell who will shortly leave the city for Seattle Wash where he will cngnga in business I IDutons of many of the Easter will soon ibe ready for on nouivccment The list grows day 1 iday and what with these and ttile- dinners and luncheons and a number of dances there will be quite a ga second season although it may last but a few weeks Thomas Shelley one of the older and best known exmembers of th local police force and prominent Iin Catholic and IrishAmerican circles was last week taken seriouslyl ill nnrl removed to St Anthonys Hospita where ale Is now making favorabl progress toward recovery ISenn1tiOr Albert Gharlton has been made happy by the news that he iIII now the pradfather of a young Texan His daughter Mrs Etta Muy Hil now living at Houston is the moue of the little one who has been name Francis Charlton Hill The Senato was made sponsor nit the christening Mrs Mary Jfonohan Mrs Maggl FISher Mjfw Lillie Gordon and Mis Mamie Deuser of the Stewart Dry Goods Company loft Tuesday fOl New York in company with Mis Mollic Collins to select the spring fashions Miss Maggie Summers ac companied the party on a pleasur tripMrs Edward J McNnlly 2112 Map street returned this week from a month spent in the South With her husband she witnessed tune Marc Gras festivities at ew Orleans onll then visited in Birmingham Dllox and other cities Mr McNally accompanied her home and will remain her until next Wednesday Daniel Dougherty the undertaken hose illness of pneumonia becaim npprchensIonind friends his safely passed the ritical stage and has been pro lounced out of danger Ills ply sician nays that he will soon again btJ Jn the enjoyment of perfect heath STATISTICS ihowlng the Number of Catholics Under American Flag Nearly 21000000 Roman Cafrhoiio are living under the American flag lore are the statistics according to tIle official Roman Catholic direct ryIncrease Ore United States 1000 1905 laity 13089333 437301 Clergymen 15093 CO thatches 12148 334 Scolesiastikal Sem 80- StudentB therein 5697 tinoiihial schooLs 4304 Utendance thereat 1096842 rphnn asylums 255 Oh liven therein 40588- ataiics Philippines 0863143 Jatfliollas Porto Rico 900000 iMholics in Hawaii 52000 Mholilcs in Alaska 125004 Total 20086266Th-is total represents about one iPth of the population protected b- he American flag HINTS ON STYLE Time checked velveteens make de ightful walking suits Underskirts of Batiste and chint silk arc in season again Trim your blnek net waist with ibbon velvet in the Greek key pattern Very beautiful oldfashioned brocades are shown for evening gowns for older women I High girdles of silk elastic with andsome buckles are worn with owns of snore or less formality Leghorns will be as popular as ever for picturesque summer hats of the ribbon and flower trimmed type Mandarin sleeves having no seam atI all on the shoulder but all joined under the arm arc seen on a few bodices Many Jackets tills year ore made up- so as to look very like dress waists but they open down Ute center in the egulnr way and underneath Is worn tate fine lingerie or silk bodice Some smant outing huts are of coarse leghorn draped into Con inenltol and Napoleonic shape and or amented in front where they turn sharply up from tie face by n bow or soft knot of sMk and rings Ostrich plumes are much used upon rt8 hats often in combination with lowers and the twotone or shaded olorings of the winter ore repeated In the plumes of the spring hats and in all of the feather trimmings Embroidered linen collars tho high t fined down style are extremely sroort and are worn with all kinds of saists They are finished in front Dnl the favorite finish is the tulle boW or rosette fastened with a barn of diamonds or pearls Stripes are certainly coming into ieh own this spring and though ere wire plain suitings mixed suit Ings invisible check and plaid suit modishCbeillfr receiving the lions share of the tailors sittenitlon Wild effects in feathers such as were seen upon many ttf the modish inter hats are ito be popular again and great mosses of tine soft ieath eiw beautiful in coloring and dclfaacy 1 I ISHOES NOW ON SALE LAIRD SHOBER CO A D E yC Bt RTS LOWCUT SHOES AT GREATLY REDUCED PRI ES SPECIAL LE of a limited quantity of these hi h grade Shoes at greatly re duced prices We have collected about one hundred pairs of the above makes of Lov Shoes from our regular stock comprising dis manydifferentmostly A and B and a few C in shiny plain and kid leathers former prices 350 400 and 500 Reduced Price 268 pair RUGS NEW SPRING LINE OF FINE WILTON RUGS NOW READY Our new Spring line of Wilton Rugs rep qualityThe t and from the great variety shown a se lection is easily made Then our prices are right STEWART DRY GOODS t COI- H 1 CONNECTION WITH JAMES HcCREERY tCO NEW YORK INC0- 1tPORATJDRealEstate Ican RENT or SELL that house of yours All Iask is a trial L F BROWNHOME PHONE 3698 345 FIFTH STREETI I liens 20 BlackThibet ThibetSuits i I Suitsat I LEVYSFor 15In Third St- Windov I ITs easy to figure out how you save money by buying Diamond Wall Plaster it Is that kindI that iIs prepared In a way that makes It stick when it goes on and besides Diamond Wall Plaster is not affected by the coldett weather two hours after it has been applied Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 Brook and River Louisville Ky Also operating the Hoosier Wall Plas ter Plant JeffersonvHle Ind Phone 655 VANTED BOARD WANTEDBy lady In Catho lic family Address 1506 j5 W Broadway iflffilfflffffffffffffffit t t t Every Catholic Family should read the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN Oae Dollar Per Year alf 44 44 4444 +3 4 + 4 + 4 4 + 6 4 but Irrostetably suggesting the house maids leather duster are posed at the aides of straw hats or perhaps cover the entire crown c I0 bCi 7lt1CST JLBYSTuesday and WednesdayJOHN DREW In Hls House In Order Thursday Friday and Saturday evenings and Saturday matinee JTHE 6INGERBREAD MAN HOPKINS Hiall CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY Week Beginning Sunday March 10 SIMON GARDNER CO In a charming comedy liThe New Coachman Webb Family worlds premier acrobats CounteDeDutz lit Dro Comedians awheel Iox lit Foxle SisterMarylisting Recruit For Iathcri Idward Gray The movIng PRICESEvenlng IOta 75 cents Matinee Best Seat In House 25 cents BUCKINGHAMMATINEE Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Mar 10 WATSONS BURLESQUERS Bigger and Better Than Ever It It It tCnmb Phone W389 Home Phone 2144 UNION ICf CRfAM CO1 MANUPACTURBRS OF r PURE ICE CREAM 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 competitors 627633 EIGHTH ST I I I It I I TELEPHONE 28- 63SOWDI3RS FISH CO FOR PURE OYSTERS NO WATER NO PRESERVATIVE 51 W JEFFERSON ST Old and Rare WhLtkles a SpecialtyP ILUEGRISS E1GHN6EI LOUIS WABNITZ CO PrijrMiRe 139 FIFTH STREET o t y it W J- t NTUOKY IRISH RTQA HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 Jr J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3S East Maui Street D J DOUGHERTY S J MCELUOTT tI DOUGHERTY McELLIOTTFu- neral Directors and Emb Both Phones 2998 CARRIAGES FURNISHED lmersIIi All Calls Answered Promptly Day or 1231 WEST MARKET STREET i+ tt+ t+ T Gran W Smiths Son AL SMITH Proprietor Funeral Director and EmbalmerCar- riages Furnished for AU Occasions on Short Notice 809 W JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 J E TRACY L H STRAUB BOTH PHONES 363 TRACY STRAUB 1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS Crrlagu Short Pnrnlahed Notke oa 1531 W MARKET STREET I Louisville Brancltl rasoII PRIVATE HOSPITALF- OR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS JeffersonvilleIndfor 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 MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jeffersonville lad THOMAS KEENAN f Funeral Director and Embalmer TELEPHONE 365 All call promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 01 1225 W MARKET ST PETER M ANDRIOT 8ijH8 PABST BEER ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley and hops never permitted to leave the brewery until properly aged rBLnPHQNB WAGON MANUFACTURERS Cirrlici RenlflK rill RvttirTrts 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET 1 T-II HENRY AAtJJ PPOLSU I DYER AND CLEANER UttiiM Owls WiirlieANiiilW- MK IUARANTEE- BI I M se8e 52ICtIt Strctt QJo OFFICE HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 9T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Dental work done for Ihe least monty Our Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed DR NIJJ COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJno C Lewis Co LIVED UNDER FIVE Timothy Collins aged 111 years who died nt Montreal recently was bprn near Cork Ireland in 1705 liv ing in the reigns of George III George IV William IV Victoria and Edward VII When he was born Washington was President of the United States lie lived in Now York City several yeas marrying there Miss Brown of Queens county Ireland Later he moved to Montreal and went into business there He never used an umbrella in his life lie was a constant smoker and used to have a smoke before breakfast every morning up to the illness that led to his death FORTY HOURS The beautiful nnd impressive Forty Hours devotions at St Cecilias church this year will begin at the high mass on St Patricks day March 17 and conclude on the Tuesday fol lowing The Fathers Brady will have the assistance of many of the local clergy and there is no doubt but that many will take advantage of the oc casion to receivje the sacrament qf holy communion DINES TALKS SINUS The twentieth annual dinned of the IriSh Revolutionary Brothers Veterans Association was heM at Henrys restaurant New York City last Sat urday night Irish mufiJc was played speechesmade ere sungthose Irish who spoke were Police Captain William H Orodfclns Capt Augustine E Cos telkvW S Conry and Martin Cowan RULES LONDON COURT The successor at the late Judge McConnell who top many years was Chairman of London jSemtons a city count is another Irfcman Robert Wallace a member of the House of Commons He ad tedfomoneof the Queens eollegM 1thia native land was born In rthe County Antrim and VMM called to the bur in 1374 uCJa HIBERNIANS What They Have Been Doing the Past WeekOeneral- News Notes Division 4 will have a house curling Wednesday night when they open the new hall In the Llederkranz Hall at Sixth and Walnut Many of the divisions in the East ern States will carry in the St Par ycclnllyJnportcd The annual celebration of the order at Itondout N Y will consist of n concert and entertainment at the Opera House there next Friday night upproachholyMarch 17 St Patricks day This was decided at the meeting held this weekDivision 10 of Minneapolis received seven applications last week and utter tune flbusiness session entertained the Ladies Auxiliary and the County officers Two members were obligated at Me meeting of Auxiliary 1 last Wednesday night It is expected there will be quite a large class for the next initiation Division 11 of Fall River Mass presented Francis Kearney with n handsome gold watch in recognition for his services toward the welfare if the division There was a tine attendance of members present at the meeting of Auxiliary 1 on Wednesday night Miss Mary Sheridan presided and the bust ness was quickly dispatched Xext Friday night Division 2 will have to settle the question of new quarters President Con Ford urges all members to attend and have a voice in the selection of the new hall The Ladles Auxiliary paid one death claim and allowed a number of sick benefits at the mooting this week This society never fails its members when in sickness or dis tresThe Ancient Order Is one organiza tion that eschews politics Instead are iiuftituted lectures smoke talks and dances and thus o room for the proniotion of selfish interest Division 1 meets Tuesday night and it fe essential that all the members attend as they will have to deeidi questions in which all are equally interested and touch the future of the divisionDivision 1 of Holyoke Mass cele brated its thirtyfifth anniversary with n banquet that proved n red let ter night in Hibernian history The function teas attended by over 200 personsAnother division of the Ladles Auxiliary has been organized in Chi cago At the initial meeting many of the State nnd county officers were present nnd spoke words of encour agementThe and Emmet Guards had quite a parade in Rochester last Tuesday evening preceding their cele bration of the one hundred and twentyninth anniversary of the birth of Robert Emmet The four divisions of Dulivtfli Minn held a joint meeting last Sunday when committees were appointed to arrange for the reception and enter tainment of tune State officers when they visit that city in the near futureThe plans for the celebration of St Patricks day in ManhatMan have been completed by the County Board According to the prospectus the cele bration this year will eclipse anything ever attempted by the Irish people in America Concord nnd Nashua Hibernians and the Knights of Columbus will be largely represented 3n the parade to be held next Saturday in Manchester in honor of St Patrick This will 1 J the greatest celebration ever witnessed in New Hampshire This is the first year since the In stitution of the order in Louisvlln that there has not been a civic ccle bration in honor of the anniversary of Irelands patron saint This would not have been the caise were it possible l to secure a suitable hall or thea ter for either Saturday or Monday night but the County Board was unanimous in its action refuslrig to celebrate on Palm SundayC- ONVENTIONS Among the conventions of Catholic organizations to be held in Milwaukee during the month of July are those of the Catholic Educational Association and the Innsbruck Alumni AssoU tlon SHES WISE Who is able to mend her husbands clothes and his ways Who has learned ithe paradox that to have joy one must give it Who can tell the difference between her first child and a genius Who acknowledges the allowance made her by her husband tyr making allowance for him Who appreciates that the largest room in and house is that left for selfimprovementWho two husbands of twentyfive years each are not neces sarily as good as one of fifty Who can distinguish between the laugh of amusement and the one meant Ito show off a dimple Who gets off a trolley car the right way though she runs the risk of being arrested as a wan in dis + guise TABLE TIPS Bending the hood to drink Is inelegant The arms should not be allowed to rest on the table A gesture of dissent is sufficient to say one does not take wine It 4s impolite to assure him that there is on abundant supply A hostess does not apologize A guest does not see anything amiss Lifting a small plate from the table while eating frost it is provincial and jommoEa Table tlk Bhowkl be pTesslngv Per sonaHttes are avoided Teaelng and Muitrfindieg are lstme d 10- 0 0 SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O H- DIVISION 1 ileets on the Second and Fourtn Tuesday Evenings of Each Mont- hPresidentThomas D Clines Vice President James J Kilkclly Recording Secretary Thomas Kecnan 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 President Con J Ford TreasurerOwen Kclran Recording SecretaryJoseph T Lynch Financial SecretaryJohn T Kcan eYe DIVISON and Third Thurs Meets on the First day evenings of Each Month North east corner of Seventeenth and MainPresidentJames Coleman Vice President Ehll Cavanaugh Recording Secretary John Morris Financial Secretary John Hession 1714 Baird street Treasurer Dasiel J Dougherty SergenntatnnnsTbomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wed nesday Evenings of Each Month President Joseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl llott Recording Secretary Frank P BurkeFinancial = ecretary R E OSulli van 1520 Seventh street TreasurerWilliam J Counelly SergenntntArmsRobert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONVILLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday- at Pfaus Halt County President Louis Constan UnePresldentJohn Kennedy CoyleRecording OHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy TreasurerMichael Kinney MarshallM Garrity Banner BearerJ G Cole Y 3VT I MACKIN COUNCIL 205 Meets Tuesday Even gs at Club House 530 Twentysixth Street PresidentBen J Zand First Vice President John T Ken neySecond Vice PresidentFrank Lan ahanRecording Secretary Ben Reed Financial Secretary Frank G Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Pred ZahnTreasurerDaniel W Weber HumphreyInside Andrlot Outside Sentinel G urge Bartsch AMUoEMENTS Hose Melville comes 1o the Masonic neXt week in her famous character of Sis Hopkins In the play of that name This Is always n reai event of Hie theatrical season and Miss Melville may he sure of a cordial welcome The Buckingham will entertain its patrons f next week with Watsons Burlesquers one of the most original and complete vaudeville aprgTefrntions appearing1 before the public In the company ore several Txnilsvilhi fa vorites wflio have alvaU gH rood widen here- Manager r Macauley has two great attmetlons for next week Monday and Tuesday nights John Drew sup ported by a notable company of play ers will appear in Ills House in Order followed for the other three nights by The Gingerbread Man wiith tIle same excellent cast Seen on its former presentation here Good things tare offered at the Hop bins Theater for next week Among the artists are Simon Gardner and Company the Webb Fnl1Il Fox and Foxier Marie Will and Kobejit Boyd lKiners Mulins and others New moving pictures will be shown The bill promises to be as Interesting unrt amusing as any seen here this season GOING TO TOURNAMENT Quite n great many people have an pounced their intention of taking advantage of the onefare round rate to St Louis during the national bowl Ing tournament which begins nest Saturday March 16 and continues to Mardi 31 The majority of visitors will go over about Martin 22 with several of the Louisville bowling teams Tire contents in itlte Falls City League this past week were very exciting much depending on the results as tOw first four teams were bundled together The Kentucky Irish Americans improved their lead by defeating the Squire Adorns team two out of three games while their other close competitor the John C Lewis team lost three to the Lovenbarts The Korn Knickers and Harcounts had no trouble in defeating Itihe Ferncllffe nnd Y M J teams who are at the bottom ofthe ladder Following is tile offi cial standingw L PC Kentucky Irish American 45 24 652 John C Lewis Co 41 28 504 Lo enhart Co 41 28 59J Squire Adams 40 20 580 Korn Krai keys 35 34507 I arcourtCo 28 33 406 Fern 1lUe Dist Co 25 44 362 YM1 21 48 301 NEW YORK S EARLY NAME Manhattan island was once named New Orange for fifteen months When the English took it from the Dutch the name of New Amsterdam was Changed to New York and then vfton the Dutch recaptured it in July 1073 ttiey called it New Orange It held that nHie urttil the English retook it in November 1674 when title name of New York eves restored and Lllo b B xettune cver Mrlee = Break away from bail habits evil companions and vile books U c e f IRELAND I Record of the Host Important of the Recent Events Culled From Exchanges On Sunday ftfeissrs Tdhn OConnor M P and David Shceliy M P nil dressed A public meeting at Hortland- Connty jxuiuiri an reference to the grazing and uivteitnntetl lands in the district At the halfyearly meeting of the Cork and Macron Direct Hallway Company n resolution was adopted requesting the Irish members of Par liament to take such notion as may be necessary to secure a continuance of the transatlantic mall service to and from Queonstown Monday a largely nttended and reprtsenta1thefuMIc mooting was for the purpose of considering itlio position of the evicted tenants of the county Addresses were deliverd by tine Jlov P Doyle who prosfdcd T Condon nml P Kfrench M Ps and others Sundnyinstolledceremony vn conducted by Monsignor ODonnell who addressed She congregation from the steps of ithe high altar and stated that on the death of Archdeacon Flanagan it was decided by the diocesan authorities to divide the united parishes of Ilaldoyle Gal Howth nnd to constitute HowUi a separate parh P T Daly T C of Dublin who was privatebusinesstrying experience He loft the Irish capital on Friday and on arriving at the Northern terminus he becam aware of the fact that he was being shadowed by four men Next morn- Ing they were outside his hotel and staying on Saturday evening with a friend they fnt all night on the window sill The next day they were still on his track A lamentable and tragic accident CountyLeitrimtown late for residence of his brother tovn late for the residence of hit brother at Olenbey When retiring to rest ihe slipped at the heart of the staircase and fell down ftihe stairs In the fall his neck was broken and he died ammediaitely He was fittyfivc yearn of age was a native of Olenbey spent much of Ma career in America SerhtGntajorHohlnson son of Hallintrn Oounfty Donegal An Inquest was held by Dr Carroll Coroner for Xorith Leltrini Deceased WHI very popular end much regret is expressed for his sad death Ilhe death of Very Itcv J Mnlony nlHst non on Sunday has causal unfeigned sorrow among his parishioners by whom die wad held in afffdtionate esteem He Jind not been in very robust health and lat terly complained of heart trouble The deceased clreygman who was six tytwo was born at Willbrook He was ordained in 1808 and appointed curate of Ivilshanny where he labored for tang years lie was then transferred ito Kinvarra where after sonic time he was made parish priestt and mlnintered for thirty years About fight years ago ihe wtus transferred to lKnjiistjjnon A zealous earnest clergyman flic closely identified him pOpleIJJohn Molony of Oraughwell two months ago very acutely Information has reached Ivenrnaro of itho death of a farmer named Pat rick Doyle of Maulnagown in the parish of Templenoe near Kcnrnarj under cirounisthnces of an exceptionally distressing character It appears th at a daughter of the deceased was married to Thomas Sullivan of Tahilla in the Catholic church at awaybynewlyinarmed pair accompanied by a large number of friends drove to the house of the brides father where arrangnmei ts were made on an elaborate scale for the enjoyment of those iinvited Everything went on as merrily as could be expected till tea time Doyle hurl just sat down to tea and was soon noticed to be in n faint condition He jrradually became weaker nnd in a few minutes widen everybody was enjoing themselves the father of the household breathed his last The little village of Kinnegad County Westineiiitih was the scene of a most appalling tragedy John Lee the locum postmaster slit his wife dead with a charge from n double barrcllcdi brecchfloailing gun and then frtidt himself dead It is evident tluit for same time past the relations between the unPoritunote couple had not been of the happiest character Lee had been postmaster at Khinegnd recentlyittrol of the office to his wife Mrs Lee dual fitted up la hoUse for the purpose and the transference was to have taken noon a special representative the posftoffice having been sent down for the purpose The tragedy took place a few minutes after Mrs Lee had gone to relieve the official Tire theory is that the husband had been brooding over the events which had led up to the transference of the yIclUedl life Dud was about fortyfive years whilehis wife was about thirtytwo He was a native of Kinnegad and his wife came from Kalliror County Meat h There were bolngtweleCOVINOTON The pupils of La Salette Academy in Covdngton celebrated Longfellows centennial by readings and giving sketches of the bard At the olose of the exercises Sister Lauretta urns presented with n very fine picture of the poet The academy has long been recognized for the efficient and thorough education given its pupils who number over 200 It Is conducted by tttie Sisters of Nazareth ENTERED IN TOURNEY America will have a representation in the women golf championship to be held during the week of May 6 on the course of the County Down arseHarsletchampion of theUllted States Bid her sister Misst Ma1ret ar dona rt t i FRANK FEURBREWING CO po Brewers and Bottlersff LOUISVILLE I- YDFHNK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED B- YSI3NNACKERMAN BREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 LOUISVULE KY Cumb Phone Lisle 1913 Home Phone 1913 TrG WIEDEMANNBREWING Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Sold at all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHNFOERTELCOINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY CELEBRATED CREAM BEER 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN 3D FRA2STK WALTERS Clay=Street Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET Telephone 209 LOUISVILLE KY AooASK i ofDIERSENSFINE DARK BEERTelephone 1137 ONE OF THE FINEST BEERS MADE C B THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W Jiflirson SI Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed soon to take part in the competition The Misses Curtis play from the Essex County Country Club at Manchester Mass LIVED MANY YEARS Terrence Mackey an aged and re spedted resident of Paris died Wednesday ait his home on Vine street of general debility The deceased was born in the County Limerick Ire land eighty one years ago but came to Kentucky in early youth locating at Maysville where he resided for sixty years He leaves a widow two sons and four daughters all living in Parts The body was taken to Mays ville for burial FRIEND OP ANIMALS Pius X hns not only expressed his warm approval of the excellent work accomplished by the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Naples which has now a branch es tahUshment in every important town and city throughout Italy but has likewise Issued a special blessing for all who protect from abuse and cruelty the dumb servants given to I us by God While the Catholic Church has always taught kindness to animals this is the first occasion of any official pronouncement on the subject by n Pope and it is therefore worthy of being placed on record ARCHBISHOP IRELAND V Ills Grace Archbishop Ireland has presided over the Archiepiscopal See of St Paul since May 1888 Ho is sixtyeight years old having been born on September 11 1838 In Ire land He came to the United States in his boyhood was educated in the Cathedral school at St Paul studied theology in France and was ordained to the priesthood in 1801 In the civil war he was chaplain of the Fifth Minnesota regiment He became rec tor of the Oasthedml in St Paul and later was Secretaryand Coadjutor to Bishop Grace He wax consecrated December 2r 1875 la 1901 Yale eon torred upon tobn ihe degree of LL D JI- o 1I rf1 r All the new Spring styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Independent of All Undertakers KATIE AGNES SMITH LADY EMBALMER Washing and Dressing Ladles and Children a Specialty Office 2IOC Payne St Both Phones 5b Give your boys an education that will prepare them for life tik ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway Louisville Ky Conducted by theXaverian Brother CUitkak Scientific and Buiineu Coursei Preparatory Doe Jtqulnte4Gymnulum HENRY HUNOLD DEAIBR IN Staple and Fancy Groceries- A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION a Old Whiskies a Specialty Home Phase m 540 W WALNUT HERRMANN BRO1 1MPORIBE8 FINE WINES AND LIQUORSra Distillers and Wholesale Dealxers in Finest Brands of Ken o tucky Whiskies especially PEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED IN BOND Telephone 1948 231 Sixth Street WES UQUORS CIWS VALS SALOONYAI v 1Tat tlUNk ewy morning f tolMO oclock 44 Vw GBBBN II Ar s pp 7 r w c II IJ w w Il I J NI OCJ 11 s I AJER1CAN ONE FARE ROUND TRIP TO ST LOUIS VIA miZ3 HENDERSON ROUTE F National Bowling Tournament March 16 to March 31 E M WOMACK City Pass Agent S W K Cor Fourth and Main 5VHnn nuu The Best To Be Had MULLOYS COFFEES Several grades all excellent quality Weve a special at 3 Ibs for 50c that j never fails to pleaseandour Black Green or Mixed Tea 45c is just as good as our Coffees Phone a trial order MULLOYCOFFEE Horn Pboiu 133 IDlsl 4V MARKI T STREET 8 8 LAKE SHORE BRAND Elgin Creamery Butter JURI WHOLESOME NUTRITIOUS The Best to be found Ask your Grocer to get it for you i OHAS WIGGINTON note Agent for Loulsvlllf Also Agent for BLUE VALLEY CREAMER FINE JEWELRY We 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 narket Street E SELL PIANOS Of the highest commercial value and 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 desire- dMONTENEGRORIEHM MUSIC CO Incorporated V OQSOOO FOURTH VENUE ttSS 88 X 8TUB Gfias fl Rogers BOOK Co 1 PRAYER BOOKS AND ROSARIES 1 i TASTEi j Give us a cal and inspect our line of goods They are the 2 i finest of their kind in the city 68 BOOKS MAGAZINES AND RELIGIOUS ARTICLES +L OF EVERY DESCRIPTION + 434 622ST Jefferson Street g ttXt+ + + + 0O X + III QUICK MEAL GAS RANGES For many years the Quick Meal has 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 arc made to last The new improvements this year will keep it in the front rank Having made our 1907 contract before the advance in prices of all iron goods we are able to sell at old prices GEHER SON 217 MARKET STREET NEAR SECOND Shorthand and TypewritingEatftblbbcd Reliable System as taught at this institution is a valuable acquisition to any person A stepping atone employmentSpencerian COMMERCIAL SCHOOL MM srxvcu WJfPUBLICI hee 1vaerlInkASpe L ptarlttz art I ASK FOR AAALLS CITY BEER ON SALE EVERYWHERE HE 7SM 1P UMiI rMQNE WEST 1- rs l 3- r iiSatisfac o Money Back J flACON ae SON MARKET STREET BET THIRD HD FOURTH trtcoaroRArun For the Year Ito Be Night UUic County will Ihold its mce Ing sit the OaStihoHc Woman Club on next night March 14 at S oclock and the on the on the French will make their report and that matter wSll coma up for It is further that all oommil tees for the year will be announce In full The wil fluTe a report to make sin on the library matter and William of the Irish as to delive an address on the bill as stator which is ex will bo of Lute est wand It is earnestl hoped that all will be pre entand that the of the different societies now with tale will and see to it that they fulfill ttfiei duties ais such of J B Kelly For Kev J B Kelly well known to nIl tIle people of St Louis s parish but now in Souit Dakota hal a sad and on Qiis trip here to attent the funeral Of this sister Mrs John Father Kelly received tlu sad at Prairie Sun or lie was very onx ious to reach to attend tlu funeral and made for Ms but this was rendered as the Ice ami high water had swept the railroad bridge oirt the day before and the Missouri river was full of Ice making 11 to cross Ing these Father Kellj Oils sad here Sunday and is ttov with his sister Mrs Eugene lie will be there for another week be fore Ito 3ns mission In Dakota CHILD LABOR The only under whirl child labor is said Arch bishop Jane is the case of a widow viho has several steal children to and even then It ought not be but charity should stop in and as sist the widow in order that tier chil tl rear may taste of the joys of child hood and be given an to receive an that will enable them to become useful of society But this is not the class that H recruits for the child labor evil More the husband and father is a drunken Inzy fellow w110 will not su pert Mil family and the children at bn early age are forced to seek la some factory at a mere at the Council of the It1 Vincent de Paul irosl lent that every be fully hose are always interest ing as well as of greut good and all are in the natters that will be for ELECTED The Joint of the three ocas councils of the Young Mens ndtituto hell on night at Council Tail After the fight to the first of each month and taking salon looking W Yard defoaftes between the three local msmrfla the officers jvrere Vice Jame B Perry B iQllnes t 1 jr Popular II The New Springy Skirts I In no of the ReadytoWear has the same perfection been as in that of the No what the or taste may be it can be filled here most a of more than two new from to no will be iiri the you want and it will be at the you wish to pay and for women and extra will be this of New Particularly do we to our 0of and the in size is and very IIFine Wool Skirts from 198 II I- Silk Skirts 498 to I FEDERATION Committee Named Thursday Jefferson Fedcratio regular monthly Thursday committee resolutions question expected Executive Committee including suggestions IliggSna Kentucky American expected English educations heretofore petted considerable instruction delegates affiliated Federation appoint delegate WASHOUTS Prevent Arrival Father Sisters Funeral Bertrandi stationed disappointing experience Kearney intelligence Thursday morning Louisville arrangements departure impossible impossible Notwithstaml difficulties continued journey arriving morning Ilenchcy returning condition permissable recently support permitted organizations opportunity education members furnishing frequently employment pittance PARTICULAR imIportParticular Societyand Campbell requests conference represented meetings productive concerned presented consideration rondaynight OFFICERS Committee interesting meeting aturday Trinity hanging meeting Saturday lolling leote4PresidentDavid OConnell PraiWent SecreteryrThonlw TreaaturerIP TOarYey OF 1 I Late News That Will Here and The first of the fourth decree for the district of Wis I consin will take place in on Sunday April 14 Riordan has his of the presence of tIle at dote funeral of the late Nearly lot memvbers noted as a guard of honor An of the fourah degree for the eastern districts of and the States of Maine and New to be fol lowed by a particle and will be held in Boston on May 30 leer Thomas S Sherman will de liver a lecture in under the of Loris Council ills will be the Church crisis in France which has aroused such in terest the Tine tliiird annual Lenten retreat of nilmoro and Councils which was held as in fonmfir years at St Teams will end tomorrow Father of St Marys the weeks exercises One members of Auburn Council attended Mie solemn mass for the repose of the souls of deceased members at St Marys cQiurcli Ito William of the council was cele brant assisted by FntUicrs Fitzsim oiis and Symth Kelly of the atholic Kniitis and Ladies at the of Couocil last week spoke on the of life in s trance to for dime widows and of members in case of death rind as a result ten their to take in tIll order wliTioh twenty before the right can be Thomas Keen an of St Patricks branch of the Catholic and Ladles of America one of the largest In the United States received of his by Kelly of Mem phts to the of for the branches in This is an office created at the last national and the mcRihers here approve the selection made bv Kelly Mr ICeenmt has long been with the and Ladles and has served with in many ca at both State and national NEW PUCE Division 4 of tire Ancient Order of will on next hold the first In Hall Sixth and Walnut directs having removed their efforts and from ithe old ball in the Theater Thin move Is to benefit fhe division greatly whidi Is now more cen trally located and as an advance of their eight were handed In at the last can be made very with much less sugar by them with about halt their bulk of apples Hub both cranber rlea and apples a en- U e Highii Prices branch attained Separate Dress Skirt matter individual requirement satisfactorily With stock thousand Spring Dress Skirts which choose difficulty experienced finding just Skirt price Every waist measure length misses small medium figures large figures foundamong generous assortment Spring Skirts direct attention ability fitting large figures variety ofstyles these large Skirts varied attractive to 1000 I and Voile 1500 discussion BresideiVts Immediate COUNCilMEETING industry KNIGHTS COLIIBDS Interest Members Elsewhere exemplification Milwaukee Archbishop exprctssed appreciation Knights Archbishop Montgomery exemplification Massachusetts Hampshire banquet Davenport auspices subjects throughout worldi Cleveland Oathndral Ollellly Seminary conducted hundred requiem Mulheron chaplain Supreme President meeting remphLs necessity provide orphans signified willingneiss Insurance requires granted APPOINTED INSPECTOR Knights notification Thursday appointment Supreme President important position Inspector Kentucky convention heartily President identified Knights distinction pacities conventions MEETING Hibernians Wednesday evening meeting Liederkrnnz belongings napkins building expected indication prosperity applications meeting Cranberries palatable mixing through colander WILL REPEAT Euchre and Dance To Be Glv en By Trinity After Lent In addition to the regular meeting of Trinity Council Y if L Tuesda night the members were entertained I with a lecture delivered iby Dr P CO Boatel Jr which was mich eijjoje and listened to with close attention by iris hearers President Josep Conkling and all oftflie officers were present with a good attendance of the member The visiting committee reported that Dr E S Oarpenter and Jacob Stihlaug1 were on the sick 1l1t nnd that A Ilan h hhd about recov erect from his recent illness Edward J Bosler Chairman of tale Enitertaiiunent Committee reports thoit his committee were nrranginf for n euchre and dance lILt the club house on Thursday evening April 11 mud that every lo ly Selling1 100 ticket would be given a handsome flolt ring The last affair of tints kind bj Trinity Council just before Len proved to be an exceptionally good drawing Card and a repetition has been asked by a great runny members and friends of the council ASSISTS AT THRONE HighI Honor and Privilege Conferred on Archbishop Messmer Archbishop Messmer of Milwaukee last week received notification iron Cardinal Goth Prefect of the Propa ganda at Rome that he iris been appointed an assistant at the Papa throne This is an honorary office which endows ilhe Archbihop with the privilege of precedence at Papa functions assisting the Pope at mass within the sanctuary etc In the Itomnn court after the Pope the Car dinals take precedence After the Cartlinals the Patriarchs Archbishops and Bishops who are assistants at the Papal throne come next in rank in the order mentioned These assist ants taka precedence in Papal cerr those of equal rank in the hierarchy As swill be tseen the dignity while n mark of favor is purely lonorary nnd can be taken advan age of only when the Archbishop is- In Home DEDICATION Tomorrow morning at 9 oclock time new church of St Francis Xnvier at Tenth anti 11111 streets will be dedl gated with n solemn high mass and imposing ceremonies This neat lit tlo edifice hasbeen erected under the direction of Rev Denis Murphy pas tor of St Williams church and ill- bl for the colored people When the congregation has been fully organ zed the present edifice which will also be used for a school will be iardlv adequate for its needs Father trurphy is being commended on all sides for the work he is doing FOR HIS HEALTH Andrew Fchr of the Frank Fehr Jrcwing1 Company who has been 111 of malaria for some time left Mon daJ night for Florida to remain a month or two in the hope of regain manyrendsilctely restored lie is one of the most popular men connected with the brewery ELECTED SUPREME DELEGATE J V Bold a prominent citizen oi Florence Alo was elected Supremo elejgate for the Catholic Knights of Florida at the State convention held at Mobile In a letter to Col Henry losqiicst lie says that new life has been Infused dn the branches of that StatO acid that the order can be looked upon to grow MEANS RACE SUICIDE The Journal of Itho American Medi eaI Association says Child labor leans two evils underdevelopment and illltcnatoy That children should be 8a red tort support of adults no matter how indigent Is 1 reverlot 1Ihlllawot nature Child JaboT Is the truest Scrims of race Ii tcDk 4 zzyoo r By reason ol being out of the high rent district WI are ableI to SAVE A DOLLAR on each pair ol shoes you buy 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