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A4i vp1- p WELMEAlA J T4t I SVOLUME XVIIINO 16 LOUISVILLE SATURDAY MARCH 11 1907 PRICE FIVE CENTh I F DlSoRACEFUL ilk niie Condition Jbat Hai Ere 4 vailed in Louisville Tulai il Week 4 4frights and Privileges of Cltl Zeus Trampled Upon us I Never Before Business Paralyzed In All See 3 ttdha and the People Given A No Consideration I fI v W ilLEJJCpBOFQ MUCH SICKNESS ijCb affaIrs that hns- cx1stedalnce Tje cntUIOfl of 1nst StiflY in LouIsIII- esthc osfdfsgrnceful In the history this wlUOut any andft f the city Ifthe part of the n1ssesfnlU on Ufc people or inontS 1ast trouble between the IJOuli- Ville had been brewing ail its lullTraction Compnn whicheulmin lrelc of cmpoye3 llst SUl1l1a monlinlrttcd inn strUe JE onl nfttr eceryeffont for u coabbail been ex Lusted by the railroad operatives Ttrue the Union men presenteti ninny- difllfl1S t t3o pu i iifto their cotfLileli e u111 stoop rcnfW Jffee ch nnllcer pointI I n to nroiiruiu faved And there is no lloubt in the rrfnri1nd of any laOflabC minded business man tilUt had this there onld have been followedpl1l1 nail theamicablel ettlsment ll 1Ijrmliofl9 nr flu city 9ttJfn agd1- iiTnvtbei iit1h t9JuUet j Tifany are Inclined to Tne opinion v isl Tom Funk thatl Superintendent nainly responsible for the deplorable situation He is credited with tnls tile actual eondltlOU to I- y1nseIltiIig Illldcitt Iiiiaryand l thc ihoard of Directors of thin Tractloll COIIIIEiUY1 who looltedIt MIT wth n confidence Jmist nOV nl nit rtvni m1Iplncol1- F lucy nl essurcd Ihls +uperiors und tIle TlUUllw that tUlere WoUld be no cesl tion in the running of street curs thint lie bad plenty of anel1 und people vould suMer no inconvenience Dut lug Uw ezt1rc Thy not i car was And on- onday trafficinovth for pnswngcr the condition was- voise oltuall TuesdayMayor Barth seemed t9olale I to the rent stttation and 1 1Itlt eiy hours nftlit S11pto hinJ- dff1mafly lime Traction Comi any vhtoli failed in it dity to the pith tic and viohated the pro L lons of 1- tiart itS indefensibler to cenfle p2licy and rbltmte the questions tlTat Were causing nil sorts of tils r colnfortando stagnation of business trhis paveithe people hopq which was peCllilylUspelloo within the next hour by his change of heart and tIle jJJfreat for some unaccountable rea son that ho would swear In a hun hred Fpeial offiers onl1empl Y the ntlre pqhice forc in the service of- tKhet railway officials Suprlntendent Funk was violent In lids i1e1hunciatloh of the cityndniints iration and the police dopartoncnt be 1 cause the interests of the entire peo I pie were not ntglected in favor of him and his handful of followers But Wednesday with the situation still worse nnd ilie people more disgusted than ever the Commercial Club the Board of Trade and qther public bodies realizing the necessity for some action and admitting time justness of the demand of the railway neOgaflh78t10fl for recognition t5o JstepS looking toward tti settl incut iConferences ivlthi Mayor Uilrth and ithe representatives oft the union were held and proposals that nil ap proved formulated for submission to the Traction Company officials Those were givi n to President Minary Wednesday afternoon arid an answer that had motbeen received rwbcn this warwritten wee promised for Thurs day noon From talC first public sentiment- bns been with time railway employes who justly contend that they are en titled to the Aiiiericaii privilege of recognition This recognition Frank Jfunwhacher looked upon as the worst enemy of the American vork ingman today qntl Tom Funk refuse Jo grant hotAithsltandlng they de mand recognition for themselves and their cqrjyorations from both State and municipal governments and the people Theyabsolutely refuse to con cede to Other tho e righta which they demand for thcsnchvesiI p During fihe entire week the police were overworkd but there was no troUble or outbreak until it becamo known that arrbnigemcnts had been made for the descent upon the city of hundreds of thugs nd hoodjumti who Iliad been hired 4t great cost to come here and lake iflie placea ol those who were contending only for time rights ithat ore cdriceded worldng men bj all fair and honest employers The police w ecnled tipon to dp es rt1tiLy fc9rt IUI Q vilei gangs1mo WaW 1 ifltl pl1 vre io1AtoS o the lJw tn- I c 1hrtthey Yerft iarmcd to the teeth WgQnesday afternoon Officer Free man declined to sflileld one who was carrying concealed deadly weapons and should have been locked up in stead oiUlbeing naraded Bbout tie streets ptie railway officiate promptly reported liimto wjeIJoaraV of Safety and to the surprise of everyone that body dismissed tho policeman from the force The work assigned the police was distasteful lji butwhat Aid Jpknr s akeiehdere TTcdrni25O6it yea11Jor eJtOllrsrwr1ffNch ilav without even ptittinfj himself for a moment t jit jSairfj Wedne Yn4IIJu was a bfe in flusof men ol time lowest order from t Ir r = n KENTUCKY IRISH AMERIcMt cities that were glad to be niP tor them under the lead of notorIoUs characters nod who are known to lle police as a dangerous element in an community Thursday morning tht climax came when Capt Thoma Itlloy for sunny years one of th unost cautious end laU lfut men 011 the force refuse to send his men ont with strike breakers who were lookei upon as thieves und known to b e armed Capt Riley notified Chief Gunther that the crowd ait ithe High land barns was armed with deadljr wen pons but that official was oiblt tot see better from the City lInn than those on the ground Time Captain refused to Ihave anything ito do withI the tough element and was ordered to report to the City Hall where hewnfS suspended as were also Patrolmen W P Murray Joseph Spahn Ton- Cochran M A McDoriough P iMalortey Lee Kaercher Dan Tivcnan Robert Molder Frank Rush D J Sullivan J J Barrett Frank Rush end Robert Ixoehler The action ofr these officers is generally com mendedl the sentiment teIatThtt the Board of Safety and Chief rihotijdI have ordered the larresi K f the thugs who may be found robbing 4he Jiomps of our cltlens when Itheyihave sue ceeded in the accomplishment of tIlt ipurpose for which they were brought herr The moving horde brought here is a menace to any community and tt is ito be earnestly hoped thei Traction Comiwiny will see the mis take made nnd effect a speedy andI satisfactory settlement PATRICK LEN1HAN Suffers Fatal Stroke at His Home EarJysjThursday Morning f d t PatIicJtLetihIin one f11Ic 111dpi andi iiii- employ llffaIiImtitejiiiic4is it W 4v Uf ihe LpuisvTile 1 jaJjvno IJallroad Company and a pioneer neiimhmer1 of St Louis BertraiiJl parish gcplred suddenly Wednesdhv morning ut his home 201GS First street Mr Lenthan who was in timeS best of health lund just finished ejat lug his breakfast and was just nbbut to Imve time house to go to his work when jwlthout any warning he was tttrfttken and death eivsiledalmdst ill Ktaivtly The terrible j ews spread rapidly and caused nvldespmul jeelihg of gloom but especially among his fellowemployes in time L if shojS by whom he was held in the highest esteem and looked ito pfc a true Inch Avlienever any one was in trouble or met with misfortune Mr Lenihan was Imrn in County Cork Ireland sixtyfive years ngo but came to this country when q young man Soon after hisurrivalhg went with jthtrrallroadwnd it nvns not long until lIe was recognized for his skill and tire as an engineer He had an extensive acquaintance in IrishAmerican circle and fpr yearf was interested and active in their umlertakliur Always a devout and practical Catholic he reared a large arid respeotcd fatally eeyeiv Rprinnd three daughters survlvlhg hula lhiey 1 are Messrs John T William Edward Thomas Joseph L Raymond nail Prink and Misses Ella Anastasla aiid Marv Ilose LehihanN The fin ernl will take place this nwiniinff front tIC Dominican cliiuVh anil will be one of Jt e largest seen there fdrrt1 Ibng time ThuscmLi nnolthr well 4peumt tfnd exemplary life Majv hlrf soul rest In peac- eMACKIN OOUNOILI Number of Members on Sick List Shows No Fall Ing Off 1 TJie baS woatheVi and 6lievistreet car troubles were given as reason for the falling off In attendance at theI meeting of Mackln Council last Mon day night when but one application for membership was received Owing to the epidemic pf sickness now proJ vailing tliere are litwenltjvcommf tteee pf Mackin Council looking utter the Welfare of members who are iU While two were reported as having recovered there was no lolling off U1t01wentPresident Sand called upon the members tit tot forget that tomor row was the day set for the semi annual conimtinion and urged that ho one lull in vthis important duty The committee arranging for the opera made a very encouraging ye- porlt the young people wb9Jare1 re hearsing taking tv lively Interest in their ork and making satisfactory prflgresss Owing to the absnce of Chairman Charles Baldy 6n account of illness there was no report front t1l biiar conurttee1 but Louis TLmf fer urged the members of that body ito become interested UIdrorkfogive itackin the lend in the work for the new church Prof Vincent Fallsl has accepted an Imilfatlon and will deliver the nd dress next3fonday night ITe isJ Cftli11li Ded1cat Jl411 ItTlie detllcation of St Francis XaTier church at Tenth anti Hill streets toojs place last Sunday morn g Wlt1 imngsivccetcmoniesi by- V ry ne0Tlcnrt nln anti the celebration of high mass by the Rev Denis Murphy pastor of St TVilliajnj5 Father Cronin preached an eloquent sermon that made a lasting irapreloa on the new conS gra atlonf ffhte Hoy reliurdluJg the t1Wrd ere foolord Cajtliollcfll and represents over a yenrs earnest labor oHitlielpilrt ot TFnthAMwrphy who whhlfor lI1ie present ninister to the wams ettke coxmreatIjn i U i c 1 BIRRELL i L Has Developed Pleasant Prac ttcoof Romtndlnsr Oae of Gladstone Appointment of Sergeant Dodd Meaub Justice For the Ten J ant Farmers SSUlal Pointed Rebuke Silences t Viscount Gastlereagu iu Comtnonai SS GAINIHGIR FAVOR WITH PEOPLE Time new Chief Secretary for Ire mini of whom none of us knew much until the other day writes the editor of the Dundolk Democrat has appar cathy got sonic fundamental facts in rtlyIdeveloped a pleasant practice of hurling these at Unionist orators that reminds one of thc G 0 M himself The other day Viscount astlereagh took a lead ing part in a debate got up by the disappointed Unionist officeseeker William Moore over tile appointment of Sergeant Dodd to a judgeship Time Sergeant Is a staunch old Liberal home ruler which is the next best timing to being a Nationalist and everybody on our side in Ireland was well pleaded when the Government gave him his post the more so as it is a post which will give him an op justicedllneThe Ulster Unionist outcry over the men matter disappointedThe the late Government went out pf of loyalOrangeTim Ghlttf Secretary admitted the contention of the Ulster members that there had been a good deal of jobbery in Ireland but he pointed out that the alleged jobbery nsso elated with his appointment is quite1 a trifling affair as compared with the jobbery that disgraced the Irish administration in the past jobbery as he pointedly observed involving not the appointment of a judge but the sole of a nation It is recorded t1utt Yiscoim t rVii inhiKvmorem the t1ebit aftrt1tlb1T servntlon What memories It coils up of the forgery and fraud and whole sale bribery byI which thp infamous creature who first bore his title libertyAl But what of the bribesIn places in I titles in pensions and in hard cash which tiLe first Oastlereogh paid to the venal members of ithe Irish Par liament And what of the hundred odd years of bribery that have passed I since whn the offices that ought to I be filled by ithe best men of our na tion have been time gifts by which j purohmasedtheSecretary Blrrell explained mtII Judge Dodds appointment hind been decided on in consequence of time con It landliii h tIterirote of tHsnosingof appeals ft would I take two years to get through these already pending operation of economy Quad been suspended in fact of a jrrmt public emergency That isItime right way to set about business There is work to be done It is toII be delayed indefinitely for the sake of economy teconomy being preached byjthe gentlemen who have gIven tiLe landlords twelve million JI sterling as a bonus over and above I the inflated purchase price of their toocager4enaat I l tenantsIf Chief Secretary should find It necessary fo make any additional I appointments in the offices of the Estates Commissioners in order to expedite rthelr work we trust he will make them without delay and If he selects no worse men than Judge Dodd we shall have no reason to coin plain The congestion dn the land par chase department is a sufficiently cspecla11W110rate of interest on purchase money pending the advancement of the cash There are also the eases of the evicted tenants There 4s Tleedof urgency there Men who have been five anti twenty years awaiting the fulfillment of Liberal promises in pardoneditdeny in seourlne their restoration USEFUL LIFE ENDED Death of Miss Norton Who DId Great Work Here In the recent passing away of Mien Kate A Xortont a life ot great usefulness and attractiveness was ended Shq had been lining in New Or leans quietly and happily for the last three years with her brother Mr Tom D Norton at 612 Royal street Devoted to him and hot homo she cared nothing for conventional so ciety but those who had the raro prUUego of her friendship were Irreelstably drawn to herI by her Charmig pezionhity Srk11 g wit and her brllllaBt paWer8 etconver- sation Their spticloua apartmeats I 0 1 I in the quaint old house a type fo which that part qf tho city Is famous iwere a source of constant pleasure to her and the irlends who enjoyed the hospitality of the attractive liousehouhdSMiss Norton was a graduate of the Buena Vista Kindergarten School at Nashville Teen Graduating with highest honors she was selected am essayist of her class She afterwards went to Boston further per fecting herself in the art of teach lug and while hero attended the lectures of Miss Susie Blow and Mrs Fisher famous tkindergarteneis of that city Returning South she visit ed Louisville She was a devout member of the Catholic Church and while In Louisville at the earnest request of G McCloskey she entered most important work people of the railroad DiShOIW section of the city St Williams school The situated In the vicinity of the Cabbage Patch aft onwards made faious by Alice Hen gan Rice Among Miss Nortons first pupils was the riglnal of Lovey Mary Miss Norton knew Mrs Bass the famed Mrs WIfjgs of time Cabbage Patch and she often testified to the accuracy of the character drawing made of Mrs W ggs and the other Interesting persdiages of that well known work Mss Norton had a neverfalling fimd of anecdotes about them in which tho humorous and pathetic were delightfully blend ed and her recitals of their life and sayings were of abosrbng interest Starting St Ujllliams school in 1899 with only ta few pupils she persevered in her lank for four years and at the end tof that time had tho satisfaction oE seeing the enrollment Increase to I2GO It was dIm cult to gain the Control of the chil dren and the confluence of their par cuts but Miss Notion had time ability tact and devotion to duty required for such work and her efforts were crowned with so j reat a measure of success that she Jiot only endeared herself to the peo le but earned the strongest encoml mis from Bishop McCIoskeyMiss r signed from the school in 1904 f r a muchneeded rest and went to Boston to be with her sister Mothe Magdalene now prioress of the J jldest Dominican convent establishment In the United States St Wlllla ns school a monument to her efforts is still flourish ing and is underline supervision of Sisters of Mercy I- To Mr Tom Norton time sympathy of a very large circle of friends has been extended atitho recent death of his devoted sister Miss Norton had resided herajwlth her brother for tho past few years endearing her self to his many friends by her gentle spirit and lovely manner and her passing Is a widely and genuinely regretted ono Jravr Orleans PIca- yune INNOCBNCBI Innocence is purity nnd simplicity of heart It is a lively virtue and one all should cherish Look at little children in their plays how beautiful they are all innocence and loveliness Their Innocence you can read in their smiling eyes their ready confidence and tender affection How lovely a virtue that must bo that so beautifies the whole nature You must say that children are almost angels for what are angels but pure and innocent spirits And children are they not pure and innocent How beautiful to bo like angels Our Savior said to his disciples when He was on earth Amen JL say to you unless you be converted nnd become as little children you shall not enter the kingdom of heaven So we see that not only every truehearted person in the world loves innocence but God great er than all delights in it The bless ed Virgin too loves innocence and simplicity more than any thing else and for these virtues little children when they die will go to heaven There is so much Intrinsic beauty in innocence that every one is con strained to love it and any person who possesses devotion to the messed Virgin loves it also for she was innocent from the time of her birth until her death It was her innocence and purity that made God favor her iii so high a degree as to cause her to become the Mother of Jcsun hits Divine Son This shows how much God loves innocence and purity SAVING THE FINGER The most sensible invention that I know of said the woman who makes her own clothes lIs the little leather thimble for the first finger of the left hand Every woman who sews knows how soon that finger be comes disreputable and untidy because of tIme frequent needle prints which it gets The work is always held over that linger and the needle is constantly taking off little slices or jabbing into it At first It is sore but soon reaches the callous and un sightly stage where the fiercest jab doe not affect It But it looks dread tel and I know more than one woman who wIn not sew much be cause of it They arc proud of their hands and they simply cant stand liming n chawed up left forefinger The leather thimble solves the dill culty RESIGNATION There Is no Ufo so narrow that it does not hold more than we at first think conceivable If instead of look ing with covetous eye on time superior benefits which others enjoy we set at work to live our own lifo in our own way we shall be surprised to find that lowers blossom in soil which we thought only productive of weeds The great secret is to force ourselves Into harmony with our utrToundIngs it ts not always easy to do thte and compel them to yield ther best product This resignation it one of time loftiest of virtues and one of the mot heroIeV LI P I i FOILED Thieves Who Had Planned toI Plunder New York Oburcb Were Routed by Fatber Otter betas Altar Burglar Alarm Blew Police Whistle Got Help and Invaded the Dark Edifice THIEVES FIRED AS THEY RAN Two burglars with a kit of fine tools who broke Into time Church of time Immaculate Conception in New York City early Saturday morning wilt probably be much surprised to learn that a burglar alarm attached to time altar was the Initial cause of their plans being defeated Father Henry J Otterbein pastor of the church has practical views concerns Ing thieve lie concluded ithat while an ordinary tihiof might hesitate to rob a church extraordinary thieves would not be deterred by the sacred character of time edifice timid conse quently it would be wise to connect the altar with a burglar alarm in his bedroom Furthermore time cautious priest equipped himself with a police whistle and hind a friendly patrolman show him just how it should be blown in an emergency Time Immaculate Conception church is richly furnished and Its congregation Is made up of German Catholics living in time Bronx It occupies nearly all of a square block with its school and priory time latter tenanted by seven fathers of the Redemptorlst orderAt 130 oclock the burglar alarm in Father Otterbclns bedroom began to ring The priest was out of bed In a moment and reaching out for his police whistle opened lila window and blew three lusty blasts just us he had been instructed to do Tossing in 0 few clothes ho hurriedly aroused Father Burger and Brother Bernard mInd the three went down stairs to time front entrance of the priests house In a moment Policeman John Jnnsen of the Thirtysixth precinct came running up closely followed by Policeman Leopold Michaels of the Thlrtyflfth precinct Father Otter bean told time policeman that burglars were rdbbing time altar in the church and led time way down a corridor through time priests house and to a door in the end of the hall which opened into time body of the church Policeman Michaels first stopped into tIle church with the others cloReI behind The Interior of rthe big church was pitch dark except for a small flickering light up at the far end at time altar and time dim light from the small Limp which always burns hI Catholic churches Two men could bm faintly seen working at the door of time tabernacle which held time gold communion service and other gold altar ornaments Ono of the burglars hold u lighted candle in his hand while time oUter worked on thn steel door of the tabernacle Michaels called to time men to throw up their hands Instantly the flame of time candle was blown out and time big interior of the church resounded with the crash of o pistol shot The police and time priests heard the bullet vhizz over their heads and bury itself In the wall behind them Michaels tad Ms gun out In a jiffy and turned loose two bullets as he and the oth ers ran toward tie altar The priests say time burglars fired o second shot but the police say they only fired once- iJichllcls sliootincr in the dark hail nothing to aim at ansi his bullets went wild splintering the altar rail Poltecunan Wattenimn came running Into the church just as the shots were fired and at a word from Father OJerbeln dashed out into the street again anti around the block to One Hundred and Fiftyfirst street with the idea of heading off the burglar from the rear The thieve however had evidently planned a means at quick escape when they first got into the church They had gained an ciitrance through a rear window opening upon the yard ad Joining time school and left it open The thieves h seemingly planned to make a rich haul They had removed a jeweled crown from the head of a statue of the Virgin on the altar and had placed it on the floor near time tabernacle BOCK BEER German Legend Attributes Its Discovery to John the First Awak back in time middle of the Christian era Ith ere flourished in one of the petty German principalities a famous ruler known as Ian Primes or John the First whose name has been corrupted Into iGambrimjs who often pppears In German art pictured as a jolly old king sit ting astride a beer cask asij lifting slomlgatela of beer It isto Gambrinus tlwt Kfie Gevsxtn legeads attribute fbi iee veryoftkc art of brewing beer And it is to the nanie lose but revered cattle beer of the n 1ng1 nelgliboringStateElmI ibeck knocked out nil corners and I fvanquished rivals of the brewer ol Eimbeck cried out as they toppled over on time green It Is time bock It is time lOCk And this Is the heel that appears today and tomorrow IIi celebration of the coming of spring hock beer is very carefully brewedI and contains more malt and caramel than ordinary lager beer It is verv highly regarded by nIt cpnnoisseurj of beer and QS ithe one bock beer IIS all that time people ret during tIle year they sometimes indulge too generously and a few whose heads arc not strong enough to stand the rough game of the bock ore laid lowly him The ibrewmnstcrs advise their friends to aprpoach the bock with a measure of caution and to handle him with sonic care during the first few days of his spring out Ing Time bock beer season lasts only a fetv weeks that is until the one brew Is exhausted and then no morn until the next sprin- gFRENCH BISHOPS Determined to Hold Churches Till They Are Put Out According to n Paris dispatch there was another meetingof French Bishops last week at the Catholic Institute of Paris and nearly all the French prelates took part in It It Is nearly Impossible to know what the Bishops have decided to do in the face of the existing deadlock be tween the French officials anti the Church authorities but one thing is certain that neither Cardinal Richard nor any other French prelate nor even the Vatican authorities them selves will make any further attempt to reopen time negotiations for the lease of the churchefc The Church authorities are utterly dtegustsJ at the impossible conditions imposed by M Brland which practically ignore the Pope anti cut off the French Bish OilS from any direct interference in church matters while pretending to seek a solution in law for tIme future regime of the Church in France On high authority it was learned thot the Trench prelates discussed the ad vlsabMlty of resorting ito private worship that is of abandoning tho churches to the Government or th muncipallties which have taken pos- sessIon of them and hiring halls and rooms In which to hold religious ceremonies mieFrench prolate feel convinced that no matter what the action of the French Government will be in prescribing conditions by easily con coded laws a great majority of the French Mayors will side with the Church authorities if for no other reason than because of their Lear of popular indignation Because of tins and the oftenrepeated assertion of time Government officials that the churches in France would be kept open it has been agreed to continue public worship and use the churches until the priests are ejected by force The resolutions of time French pre lates were sent to nome by a special messenger BROTHER MARTIN Aaed and Beloved Educator Called to His Eternal Reward Brother Martin the oldest member I of the Xaverlan Brotherhood In America and one of the pioneers in the organization Iin the world was tailed to his eternal reward at an early hour Wednesday morning at St Xaviers College on Broadway at which institution he had been a be loved teacher for the past fortysix years For sonic months past Brother Martin hind been failing and death was not unexpected but the sad revs was received with feelings of ilux prossible sorrow by the many who knew him and hoped lie would live to celebrate hIs golden jugUiss at the college which was closed for the rest of time week as a mark of respect The funeral services were held yesterday mornIng in tliei college chapel and were attended by nearly all the local clergy and a throng of friends that filled all the available space Brother Martin was born at Cologne Germany October 23 1821 He entered time Xavier Brotherhood at Bruges Belgium ana was grad uated from a normal course He then wont to England where ho was actively engaged in his work until 1869 when he came to America Brother Martin aihe to Louisville soon after his arrival In this country and until he retired on account of old ago in 1893 was a teacher at St Xavler College Ills worldly name was James IlaimelSStrange Indeed Three funeral services were held at St Patricks church nil Maysvllle on Thursday morning DfjJnst week As a etrang concldence time deceased were all over eighty years of age arid In their early manhood were as soclated in the closest tIes of friend ship and all resided near Mayslick The deceased were Capt John Small of Aberdeen Ohio whose services were conducted by Rev Patrick At Jrres the 1nstor ThQrnas Fury of Waihingrfcon services coadijoted tBeH Eugene de TJniyn thq third TerrencS 3lackey M1 qtiVcihnati ThW thre were buried in the siMeceme try at WashiB toB Mason county 1 tcoA f oJ il- wUjJ TWELVE PAGES DUBLIN NOTES Expectations Centered on Representatives Behind John E Redmond Bishop of Rapboo a Tower of Strength to the Irish Nationalist Believes Old Tongue Will Bo tbo Common Language of Ireland BISHOP REFERS TO COMING CHANGE All Ireland is on tiptoe All eyes on Westminster writes time Dublin correspondent of the New York Times All expectations centered on the brave eightytwo Irish repre sentatives behind John E Kodraond who are facing the Liberal Govern ment and saying to Its Ministers You arc strong now AVe have helped to make you strong You have raised Irelands hopes to the Straining point by your promises Do not keep the word of promise to the ear and wreck it to time hope D 3 not mock those hopes by an unnecessary delay any potty mincing of justice Xow is your chance to re move the old oid grievance that lmam been a drag and a distraction to you a scandal to time world and death and disaster ito a brave people Can ada Australia South Africa are shouting ito you to give Ireland home rule us you gave It to them and so end the longest blackest chapter in time history of any nation of any time ill the world will approve for Ireland has no enemies except tthe grafters of Dublin Castle right here who have no reason for their enmity but the cowardly fear that the Irish people free might turn on them and revenge past in juries Foolidh fear for Ireland would be too joyously busy setting lien longneglected house In order She has been too generous a foe to be vindictive when time cause for auger is removed Such in effect is time gist of sev eral impassioned speeches from lied inoiid Dillon Hoyden vand othorv which circumstance hmJrOugli tout in the House of Commons even in time short time Parliament has been in session These are days of quick development and most of us would not be surprised to see time old House of College Green opened again for re4 pairs before time year is out But It is the Bishop of Kaphoe that heads the list of piety und patriot pastoraltimisthereby did more to encourage the revival of that language than x ear propaganda of the Gaelic League could do He is a tower of strength to time Nationalists in Parliament lIe heads the trustees of their fund There is an infectious enthusiasm In this mlllranft young churchman Such as we are wont in song arid story to ascribe to the missionary saints of Ireland In time ChristianityBishoptime people will become bllingunl in speech end letters and Unlit the old tongue will be the common language generILtonsIreRuler even when thait cause was not so hopeful as It is now lIe believes that time coming home rule bill will be more than a halfway house to a separate Parliament anti that he will live to see Ireland manufacturing for people1nnrtsnell was appointed recently to the Congested Districts CommissIon to help unravel the tangle that keeps so many people out of the benefits of the land oct Here ids good sense and direct methods and sympathy wt1m JJleJ1001 people are badly neeti Nearly all time trlah Bishops referred to ttho coniing change in the Government of Ireland dn their Lenten pastorals Dr ODwyer of Limerick Says Until the Irish peo pIe acquire power to make their own laws and manage their own business no true prosperity Is possible Another patriotic churchman Bishop Clancy of Elphln in sending his regul- Ar annual embscripltSon to ithe Irish partys fund set the good example of doubling it this year as an ex pression of confidence In the party and In the policy it has pursued Condition Improved Edward Fitzpatrick ithe wen known reporter for them Evening Times who was List week compelled to undergo a painful surgical operation at his home in Yea Albany Is reported in a slightly Improved condition Vhllei there are no fears for his recovery his friends will regret to know that ho will bo unable ito resume his newspaper work for several weeks Good Example hue Ladles Auxiliary of the Ancient Order of Hibernians will at tend the 030 oclock mass tomorrow at St Patricks church end receive holy communion President Miss everythemherJ tni good example ehown Hvill be an tatfsntlve to protective member 4 I 4 j U + 4 + cr 4- I TWErVEf t PAGES S n VOLUME xyinNo 16 1 tLOUISVILLE SATURDAY 11 1907 1 P ICESFJIENTSn A 15 av W S L n- LiLiHOPEOfERIN fi P F 111lenB Brltaln Grants Redres 1t Will Cea e to Be Irlsli nqIt t IIIIIsland Need IIsof tho Greatestgno nCapital to Develop Islands tiI Resources flfiie Situation In Many Respects trJI a r or + erfouragIngf i 4 w SEc n 1 il HUn EXODUS STILL GOES OS 4 J f1L IIHt t tquestion of the present condl of Ireland and Its prospects ifl 5ne naturally of deep and wide Inter est an interest not confIpedto tilos e ofT Irish nationattlty whetiheijinjlrej land or c1otwherC ai cOncern a tj tIshis lied- porta i n lJcoIo c4 the LnIt5= States IQius writes Vt J Onahnn I- iii Chicago Tribune 1ie affairs of Ireland are con tnn1ly in evidence The discussions rnytheth British Parllameritarei scarcely ever free from the in jedtlon of tlie Inevitable Irish question und tIle agitation for home jule for land reform and tfor educa anal fpeedomall these questipQS lepalive in tire public mInd the a put fovadb1l 1i rep- ierita1tves grievances ondiipO1thiZ tB 3t l5me and lk xeacater yar lTcade after decade passes over our Meads but the Irl h question remains bomelrflelfnd afettii difficult and embarrassing demnnds o1the IrIsh members and stlll tern porizing or endeavoring to pl5cata- ITsh sentiment as In the days of SInce the fanIPaI11el1ando onneU the of Gladstone ito carry ure fEmgafld Md Scotstlbnenci land alongWltii aiim In iris projected of home selalemeit of the question leBngllh ruler hravc carefully abeyanCe so far Q- Sit 10l1pfib1 ati lssuelti IW do so and havepossiblewas detm111ds bysatisfy IrishtQ1JOUlMt Dri o es9lons and legislative r fOttht extent Ilnd ynlue oovlng Ute varying untouched Is it not a nmin Issue that British tabesiiancuriouslittle tvhich baa shown itself equal shIp a- dstisgat satisfactorilygrappling with and least rom tile English v1ewproblemn8 of govern ofpoint t1dWid6 emptr- hould invdIvlng arnemt ind itself fjU1ed and de tS dralwit21 PlIO effortsfMted in its theot little Isnnd almost in sight English coast agitation andP1C1lltlcal to be li ssddesprMtlltnJre sems titan evertimeland at the present been cf- f lasIs true muph Itl fore Parthrough cted In recent years betteringlerr1sloJtlon IntltamemitarY and condition of the pnsafl class the of localmanagementextending the undthrough OUTlltycounc11s affairs of Ireland Th popleagencies toother 16 bo ero1lint mucli y of home rule ttled Tire question oilier time questionform orIn some Qf taxation and Lmnportant qUOS tion of education aU these are under adminlsoonslderMlon by the present anl trat1on In London with varying uncertain prospects of adjustment rn the nIttL111U6 t w11l be worthwhile to examine into the present con ditJlon of Ireland with sonic reference toibs prosVefits dn tire near future The glimpse and forecast will of necessity be brief The situation is in many respects far from hopeful or rincouraging The popullltlpn ofIad is steadily a1111t significantly diminWhtaff In 1845 population yins 8500000 at toe pres cat time U lsonly a little 9ver 4000000 In 1841 Irelands popula- tIon was almost equal to onehalt ItJiatof England England then had 17000000 In 1001 it has nearlyI 3300000onow doubtless exceeding 35000000 so rtfaat Iretnnd has sunk to oneeighth in proportion to the sister country This is an oppallin shrinkage In 1841 Ireland had al most four times tine population of Scotland At the present the popula tlbn of f3CfOlandis actually greater than that 6f It land While every country in EuroFl and every part of America is steadily increasing In population and weblCh Ireland alone line gone aclovarda shrinkage of 4000000 in llceBturyi Of course this drain of population is dually due ito emigration These Irish mlllllons and their descendants lost to Ireland are sewtterwl over thei wide world Seventyfive per cent or more of the total found refuge lrithe United St esNor is the xodus at an end The outflow oontinuesi wWi little 1Ikekhoe that ti can be arteste1 except by exhausting the source of supply And it 4s 4fcevyour end active who emVr e Unufwds of 79g per cent of the eng tea rfrem Ire1 land according bo ittie last census re- V turns were over ten and nader forty five years I alarMing ftgfcee s1Wflit t but tjt IB pot iny pur4 pose ibe iT sH on thisI now b yond lh r u RtfwIItahou1d tue drain net be stemmed Ireland in Jltty yrswould cease ti Iteh fretedl rrIie decay in w eth huba en leM marked- edtheuthIr4u ladury Is ar fr-uii I an iitse4sg codIUdni- mnperI teas I ftien we AfidMCtty out of pvoportioB 1 4o tfct r ew H Ql iiT iainit tii e o1MM1 It WbSI rp i iE 4JDflWCf fetfr i4 texsllue beyoud ikw pro 1 J 0- n I u J jr T 71 iI g f t t 4 KENTUCKY IRISH AMER1CAN f Jf 4i portion This Is a grievous lotal tour den which If otherwise employei would be an important aid to loonl Industry Th a present need In Ire land ia capital to develop the re sources of the country and to glvi employment Jt is this andthl alone tfhidhwlll give life and impeltt to this forlorn country 2hpatot Ireland has been IIndee find and gloomy1 since the Eriglisl domination forbidding in the ex treme tout it is iwltih the present nnd the future I Btu now chiefly con cerned Ireland hitherto has been dl Tided tnto hostile and warring camps Tills Mas been tflie bane and bar to Irish union and to Irish effort in tJ1e past There are happily signs that the feud of centuries Is to end and the Internal faction spirit to be extln ruldbed British statesmen whobber 1ieraJ8 or tories are at last begIn- ning to realize hllltt Irish questlor must be solved now and once and for njnnddh dd lna way that fhIiJl fcatJsIfy the reasonable and just de mands of the Irl li people tTHIS IS TART Answer That rout Quletu on Hater of thep SOrd I hYeworkNJ cUioi c otno1 Iking if everybody of Importunce was Irish and also if the devil was The edItornrtswer1iupautDbernrlots i protInintjUHtI Harry Thaw Hut one l f the mel who is prosecuting ithls slimy inslg nlfloant favlrishfrhere in Swet a liaimjIIie ls tiot Irish Bol Captain Gleason who ropnesented the level 1headed American AdmIral is JTheri I DeltnQnthebotbrlsh But Mc bgllderjoj the subwayt the man whom President Belmont brought back Is There is Clemen ccou lie itHiank God Is not Irish But 4hereils a drop of Irish blood Iin C ir dual Merry del Vial woo has outwitted the smiling cynic who rul France just now And so you might go on Indefinitely All the important and prominent people ore not Irish but the Irish have the troublesome Jiablt of bobbing up wherever itHierc Is something doing From our expei lance with the worldnwe nreof opin ion ithat the devil isn cosmopolite The gospel suggests that his majesty olnlnrAl the unlverse as this dominion We 4o not Smaglrie that he is dls itlnatively Irish Then watching he Irish around us we notice itflittt they i ate fireflglvters Satan seeeirts trt b lacking In tills characlteristlo of the race This creates a pfesiimpubii as strong as those which satisfy scientists in general And again after w careful study of the nomen of tfche angel wflio conquered Satan wo are inclined to the belief that he jvas of Irihh connection Scientists moreover nrejf not effusive over the amount of greenIo be found in fire and flames 1 s IATTRJ1ST FIat Rests Upon Diplomatic Papa Secretary ot State J Merry del Val ban accomplished man He speaks all languages His English is perfect ho is a finished scholar an exceptionally fine dip lomatist a rare judge of men eays n writer in Everybodys Magazine I have met most of ihe strong men of the vyorld and judged J1emos one may but I have never been face to face wiUi a man of such essential power That la itihe Impression you take away calm power There 3 Is no Imperial livsterla there is notching strenuous ant illbalanced you feel yourself in the prestoce of what the t4cleUss call intra tomk energy something beautdful and istdll and irre sistibly strong And this Is interest ing and impotibant beoauae to Car dinal Merry del Vkl Is committed tic conduct of the battle now being waged in Europe for God and the Ideal Of all the men in his place he Is the youngest He was born in London of distinguished SpanishIrish parentage In 1865 Before he was thirtynine years of age ihe was Oirdln a year Liter he was made Cardinal Secretary of State In his hands was placed tthe greatest admin tstratdye tri t t any manibplds t ponea1lth Piiis X as the Romans ore fond of saying Is a holy Pope it is upon his Secretary of State ithat the burden of the visible church has been laid And Jhe 4jas entered upon a greait Batdle for liberty perhaps the most important battle fought it France since thin days of Clovls took YOUR JEST To te well and becomingly dressed dpejs Hot necessarily1 jaean a Jarga outlay of eitker tLme or money neither does it call for the latest enttof style or material Often ibe simplest and most inexpen sive materials made up witti regard toUhe suKableneM of style color and fabrito adaptation to the figure aivj lib the sge1the BOBt becoming LW1 ief aeUvej A simpleJ ftrepeat sHoe or lawn can bis made late a Very Aripiy and beeonitBC Mrment 4iIi4 lII ot lace orUnn about the ndek aad tetwli of color at the throat comUMd ywithdaintyr par fonal sIeniMe ii wBl nvike lie plait ot otl not In t bllllhlir11wJriM Moo i to sour are for One will grow- tl ki isndJ II Wen 11I rnuItayiaio-nf M oac can aft oh has to I 1i 0y TI BISHOg OVER SIXTYYEARSI I it tf i 4 Arch I shpptPanIel Murphy r of Australia theld st Bishop r In ChstendomBorn at Bollmount County Cork and Consecrated at Klnsale- CIJDOHf Jin1 1846Has Relatives in Louisville H i 4 a It is a mutter of national pride for the Catholic church of Australia that there Stands prominently forth among her hierarchy today the senior prelate of Christendom the Most Kev Daniel Murphy Archbishop of Hobart now in the nlnty first year of his age and the Sjxt first of tils episcopate And it is also a malttcr of real pride church man has quitCaniimber of relativesl In LouisMllle one of whom Daniel J Murphy loner City Assessor writ named for and bears hIs name Instructively guided by wlmt usually happens In the natural course of things we are accustomed to asSo elate with the feeble longevity of ninety years an intellect dulled amid dimmed iiv faithless and uncertain nwiiiory on1 a bent ndiboke r1nlyJJeholdtat Ing burdefia wearygtraVeler with longpnlnfll l his heavy load and rest This is the common lot the inexorable law of senile decrepitude and decay and Jo that la thejsulject of our sketch furnishes a marvelous exception It will be gathered from Father OSulH totlenthat the Archbishop of Hobart re t soundnesswivaybackI It was hls pfivilege to be a guest at the episcopal diamond jubilee celcV promInenspaciousCatliedral annivprsary which recalled for the fiftinlnth time the consecration Archbishop Murphy at Kinsale fcii recepUonbroughtbrilliant and one of the most repre tentative gatherings that Hobart ever witnessed The venerable host of the evening drove down to the hall wIth- out any apparent difficulty or fatigue and walked unassisted to lib platformThereold age in this quiet firm step andI none of its nervous haste in his movements as he gracefully bowed his acknowledgements to thit Immense pncIousand applause He looked every year c1rsTherlrincreWiInlburden but had slightly bowed the venerable mend White ns snow wtlth limning of nearly a hundred winters The face looked paler and thinner than JIeI had seen it eleven years before otherwise tIber features retained their oldtime expression of placidity and culmThe presentation speeches of the Governor of the StnjiLSin j 1ib 1 i2iW be loved pastor of St Jaines church at Ludlow land ono of the best known priests in the Cor ngitcn diocese will celebrate the Awentyjtflfith Bnnlver gary of his ordinntton next July by taking a trip abroad During Ywtber KeHoe Vwelvo years pMtorwte at Lwttow ithe old debt was wiped out and tfien lie erected a naw church that COSt 35WOj one of th arehl tedtural gem of the dlocae upoa lIbtednXt to ky dw KiI a work are Plooldi U J krUii t Y him best and longest To them it was so admirably expressive of a wellknown characteristicfm rigid adherence In every possible circum stance to every detail of the con ventlonailibies of polite life I There was another incident of the I celebration which was also singularly characteristic of the Archbishop Another Tasmanlan nonagenarian Sir Adye Douglas In the course of his speech walked across the platform to the spot where the Archbishop was standing and warmly grasped his hand suiting this words to the drama tic notion by his professions of life long admiration land esteem and by llappenlngs had witnessed It was truly a scene to be remembered those two patri archs equally verierable in age but vastly different in many things be side standing thee in ithe presence of generations wh oh had come upon the worlds scene since they had ageMore May nootfh College Ireland Archbishop Murphy felt its approach when at the age of twentyfive he virtually made the sacrifice of a life which Providence in recompense perhaps prolongeda young priest having before him In perspective nil the prospects attach ing to a place in his native diocese of Cork Those prospects he willingly Mlcnifaced by volunteering his services for the spiritual needs of the Indian mission uflderterred by the perils of a deadly climate where he had n expectaitilon of living longer than a few years In those days he must have realized the nearness of eternity as fully as when sixty years after wards on the occasion just referred to he announced that ho was now stunting upon the brink of it ArchblellopMlllphy with other guests to visit the new col lege which he recently erected In the vicinity of the episcopal residence The 2500 which lie received as a jubilee presentation lIe devoted to this building All went on foot the Archblshop erect nnd unaided walking as our guide Our host ascended he college stairway unassisted and IvaMlng been himself the architect showed us through every apartment of tIle building re garretOnhe Inthnated his ntenton of driving round to pay certain return visits wMch he owed In Hobart and its vicinity ond Father OSullivan again accompanied him As the carriage started the prelate made the sign of the cross and recited aloud certain prayers pparently another trivial Incident bntln reality notable enough when taken In connection with the fact iQiat every journey and every voyage long or short which has made as far back as those knew ihim can remember have iriaWjj commenced with that self 10 protectionGodsearning that his guest had spent ral months of last year lu Ire jlII Archbishop Murphy made the tt deltolled and interested inquiries bernlng the place of his birth and fits early years at Bellmount READY FOR BAZAR pie of St Cecilias Hope Then to Be ln New Church e people of St Cecilias parish the entire West End Ole looking ard with much interest to the ig bazar for the benefit of the log fund for the erection of tire len church oontempIated by the s and faithful pastor Rev r Brady For weeks past prepa is for this bazar tare been going id so complete are the arrange t openedliechurch societies and Macktn il have leftt nothing undone that add to its success and a most nt openUng is predtcted for Eat onday and a large attendance niiglut during the week Cecilias people have been con ing to the Ibulldlng fund for 1 years past nvhloh now aggre a SUni of surprisingly large pro na It Is the desire of Rev Brady to begin the work this sr and erect one of the liand b churches in the State butt placing a heavy burden of ipon his parishioners There he weeks bazar will be given hope bat such a sum will bs as will enable Ihfen to carry out rished plgrts This toazar prom be more than ordinarily inters from the iaotiOnat the dlfcfer glwta will be in charge of ape c al oomm1tteMi wtoo have arraaced varied spaeial feMure for the enter talnment of those who will attend Pleased With Florida Leiteni received Jthfa Week from jjuhge fJotn McCann wfib went to iPalm Beai na laM month for tue benefit of his hwaifcf bg e wet come JBtellteenee of bk great Improvement The Ju3f ill very mueft ikI ilth Porlda tnd sarMf t Pa1 llsdr M dineJ Jt boeom- eIs rtMWr iiUtir8ll101t In- o lpidSd him JudgeOann iakati IJ I County Cork Every spot that bore a ntune In the vicinity of the old homestead nIl the old landmarks along tire falley of ithe Bride the ivyI mantled castles and abbeys the fam files that lived for generations on thi annie Ifarms the friends that he had known 1n recent years as in long past years ho remembered as though it had only been on yesterday that lIe had seen them last He made dutoile and affectionate inquiries for many regretted deeply when some were named who had passed away and rejoiced to hear of the welfare and prosperity of others The names of certain spots which were mentioned tepalled to his memory certain amus- Ing Incidents which he related and which had their happening in his boy hoods lays while the last century was stilt in its infant years Out visits to three reltgl1t13fnsUtu tions furnished additional evidence of hi undimished vitality In alighting from tire carriage or ascending the Steps leading to the entrance he scarcely needed time aid of an arm stronger than ids own while from his interviews with the Sisters on Vthom we called one could seeut once tihat he possessedltJle same intimate knowledge of j the current aifairs of each community vnhd the Borne paternal interestin its welfare that fit agoWhateeretoftt1 t marvelous longevity and unimpaired vitality No doubt a life of absolute regularity has been a powerful factor among the causes of such wonderful results Qul regule vivtt Dec vhittt JTow as ever this ds and that been the theory and the practice of the Arch bishops life From early morning until 10 oclock at night every hour of his daily routine has its allotted duties those of recreation as well as itihosa of prayer and toll und the programme is always adhered to with scrupulous exactness Until recently the hour succeeding lunch and the hour succeeding dinner were set apart for billiards which at the ag- cofeightyfive he played with the skill and dexterity of a master hand The billiards have now ceded place to another form of recreation and to appo1ntd the vlmgiving elixir of the Tasma nian climate but more perhaps to the strenuous physical Vitality trans nilttcd toliim thrtou li ttJorvgmio reachingbackward seven hundred years Our IriSh gen Archblsbopfurphyfact and name and date century after century in proof of ills perfec right and title to the clan of OMoro hoe motto Fortls et shospltalis which is se non his episcopal seal today It is the indomitable vitality which has enabled rtflio clan to survive the persecutions and the Irish battle fields of many a century that lint given to the grand old mitred chieftain of Hobart Iris marvelous long evity It is that selfsame spirit of sacrifice transmitted him by those who willingly forfeited for their faith the richest lands of Lelnster and of Cork it is that same spirit which animated him at twentyjflve to make the virtual sacrifice of a life which Providence has prolonged to ninety dally trips Into the country or rides upon Ulelake and ocean Every where he went there were signs of development and improvements are being rapidly extended In all direc lions The change of climate has been most beneficial and it is almost certain that when the Judge returns perfect CONNAUGHT exposition to Be Given In Aid of the Irish Industrial Revival A Connaught exhibition is tire latest scheme In all of the Irish in dustrial revival It flias the support of the leading merchants and clerics in the province Connaught was once described as the Cinderella of the provinces of Ireland Of lalte years the neglect of western interests has not been eo marked as formerly but stihe province is Mill in a backward state in many respects While is It urged that prominence must be given to Connaught productions manu lectures train other parts pf Ireland will not be neglected There wlll he three distinct sedtionsone for cottage industries a second exclusively Connaught manufacturers section and a tfiirld open t6 manufiabturers from all the rest of Ireland The esMbltkm will be held in the Cathe dral town Of Tuam which is skuwted in one of the moat derelict spots in the province There li perhaps no oWier town in tihe wfcol of Ireland 1IMLtiJtMt sent more emlgrante to th United SJtates ibaa this ftUeli bowMw Archbishoptllnsumahed up intvm magnificent poohollOonuMsd Our Oharok 1watO9te PrOtMSM esu es Of WUk iousd be Keptwbl m Moaday tt fe1 teadaa oataad fa be irtfeeujry ia tsimt ot o 0 dfe more Stringent regulations on this point The Catholic and Episcopal cliunchos were commended for ilia stand they Wave taken In refusing t niarry divorced persons Rev S A Rose urging What the Church Should Do eald the Cnlthollo and tbe Episcopal churcheswere the only onto stand for a literal iriterpretatioi of the scriptures He claimed th1t theirs was the only logical and con slstent stand on the question Rev F W C Mayer discussing the subject said lie wondered if the fee had anything to do with it und said the Oatholio and Episcopal church seemed to be the only ones who were able to read the New Testament COST THE FIRM Martin Sullivans Stor of a Drunken Chicago Agent Fiye spoken words from the lips ot a drunken man cost one of the bIg- gest breweries of America million of dollars Those words from the lips of a man made drunk by thi product of the firm he represented sl1nessown place f sell its product in thecy j The lesson for the worker is obvious The story of those five words is one which should be a warning to every vorker to keep his JIgs closed and to abstain from that which causesrthemi to open unwisely AlsoC is at leasonrkwhlch teaoUiia that despite the alleged lack of re ligion of this y1operson can offer an insult to religion an 1- escapeSeven years ago there was a beer manufactured in a nearby city which enjoyed a popularity never attained by any other beer sold in Chicago It had been well advertised It had been boosted by the best agents and promoted by Hut best saloons and restaurants in Chicago Suddenly and mysteriously aloons quit handling that beer restaurants ceased to put it on their cards persons who had learned to like the flavor of the beer found that it was not on sale Many persons wondered about It Some charged that the saloon men were boycotting the beer merely boiause the brewery asked a trifle more for ltll product than rivals askedr ThU vas not true In fact i1iEof the saloons the owners themselvesl hues nothing about 1t The rea1stor Ja hishlagcntjttrflIe brewery jsas a famous mixer He knew every barkeeper and saloon map in town Besides he was popular with most4 of the men about town lIe was a good fellow lie added to the popularity of his beer hlchT almost beyond doubt wasvthe oest sold in the city One night he was drunk He had boosted the trade until he was filled with his own product He was In a Dearborn street saloon which handled his wares almost exclusively when a Sister of Charity entered asking alms The bartender was a Protestant Theowner of the place was a Protestant The agent himself had been born a Roman Catholic With bowed lead the Sister walked along stopping as she Beached each man at1 the bar as Is the custom The agent was drunk He turned toward the Sister and digging into his pocket found a fifty cents piece and tossed it to her accompanied toy five words Those five words constituted the rankest insult eter offered a woman The Sister bowing her head passed put The Protestant bartender flushed and with violent language rebuked the agent The assistant bartender a Roman Catholic threat ned murder The porter a negro Baptist stood ready to throw the man out of the place 5 There WAS no complaint There was no organized action There was 40 motion in the bartenders union against the agent or his beer The story of the five words was passed from lip to lip through the city and a week later it practically was im possible to find that beer in Chicago fa man asked for a bottle of it he- was told We are just out of thatI irWe dont handle that beer Saloons that had made a specialty of the product quit handling it Bartenders Roman Catholic Prp testant and atheist refused to serve he beer The company waastartled It conducted an investigation The agent was fired But still the beer remained under the ban Bartenders refused to serve it Saloon owners declined to sell it The five wards had destroyed a business whieEioat teas of thousands of dollars to buildup The agent who was fired found work as agent for a wine house He had been popular and successful and found no trouble in getting the job representiug felt off Saloons refused to handle it Saloons that always had sold it de used to serve it The agent was discharged again Diplomacy n I May I ask nfuieiIhafan bc cUpatloB t aSked the wbmaifliTthel yaYlld cottage ft tterMLMmPtortNoneii lltou had ever beenjf beauty doctor you would haveo pfered to practice on m- eOnyouowoul4 I wgftff Kw couldT offar to pracUife ono t wi itpalr adjr ws beautiful With a wlasSag Bailie 8h8virtw4ed him a wueer ef prans isd taW kIM he would fInA a HaeWHf JafJwfc Mhl an e taliemtke ttjritt J 1 l TWELVE RAGES rn4p- J fr j I MARCH Li UHopef1t Pisistent ilrfeatl eriottitaouf4itt mIlil1111u rA tlrtsthIsaugust explrUningMthelr BIGGEST Parade of AH Will Be That In New York For St Patrick U 1 11 JiiH jGreat Demonstrations Every kj I f where In Honor of Nation al Holiday t of J 41 8iStatue to Commodore Barry to Be Unveiled at Philadelphia WILL MAKE IOMBJISPLm fJ i U5- When 11 the orderto mark time and march is given to the various or ganlzations ithat are to take part Itf radetoonifeet will respond to the command Itwlll be toe greatest parade by fare that has ever been attempted The Committee of Arrangements chosen by the County Board of the Ancient Order of Hibernians announce that neither time nor money has been spard in making it o succpss With 2lie general venial otjJGnats plrit- mllnyof the societies rthUt wave here tofore taken no part In the annual parade this year will be in line and thus the number will be far in excess of that of any preceding year The societies of Manhattan will be reinforced from all the Other bar oughs Irish organizations in Brook lyn and Queens have sent word that they will turn out for Ute celebra tion to the lodt man The commlttije in charge has notified all the soda ties that will be represented ia the parade thnt the badges rosettes and sashes to be worn must be uniformly of Irish poplin This handsome fabric is woven only In one place in tire world Dublin and the order milking it the official one for the bIg parade is intended to foster ct de nand for it in this country The fact Ithat St Patricks diy happens ito taU on Sunday is year lias made it necessary Ito Save the parade aday in advance and oo the linhlltake place on Saitur dayv Iarch 16 The starting pjjifwill be Fifth avenue and Fort Ge ond street and the order ito march will be given nit 230 The SlxtynInth Regiment will act as military escort for the pared with Col Edward Diiify in com raand In the line will be the First Regiment of Irish Volunteers of New York the First and Second Regi ments of Kings dud Queens and the First Regiment of New Jersey The four regiments of Volunteers will be under command of Col Charles J Crowley The Hibernian Rifles and parochialschooland seminaries lwill the in line The statue of Commodore John larry ttieJfatiKer of the American Squnreinafternoon under Ithe auspices o the Friendly Sons of St Patrick who will present the staltue to the city The presentation address will be made by Adjutant General Thomas Stewart and the acceptance will be by Mayor Weaver Admiral George Melville will Deliver an address onthe life and services CommodoreBarry Arch bishop Bran will give the blessing at the closeof ithe exercises of tho day At Chicago there will be a greet celebration lUlU banquet at which Vice President Fairbanks will be the guest of honor and will deliver an address Londoners wSll celebrate next Mon day night with a great banquet at the Hotel Cecil Iron Tphn Redmond M P has been asked to again pre side and la number of other distin guished Irishman have been invited 7to jpartplpato in doing honor to Erins patron saint Montreal and Quebec Irishmen have arranged for a general observ ance und in both cities besides the religious celebration there will be parades banquets meetings and large and small entertainments There is not a city In America in whteh Irelands national holiday will not TJO celebrated with appropriate ceremonies and in many places our German friends will participate in the festivities TIre principal celebration at St Louis will be the banquet of the Irlsltt 11lghtatt110Kansas Attoraey General Hadley ReV Father SMenamy and others win respond ito roasts The date on Mihlch the banquet will be held whtclt fan on Sunday Juts received the special nf not Archbishop Glen non and the society expects TO have at presentAt Hlbernlan hiss iade eWwrate preparaltibns for the observance of the day nrfiaa WUllant JenHteffs By R wilt be the oraiirTime Jftbernlan JCnlgte and divis ions of St Jofcn N B will have a jPrtlllady friends of eWe members will be priM A iturt parade In which pertlcpaWill 1 1theSktegUso5 of Dirfehm 3 on fc PAWfeVa- flrfffUtvtmddl VlfcbM sapkes A MiMMft- lMd MMtvrjr atiiiUlMMHiit1 wtll b ft et 4ElCMbdrt + 1 1 I U- o tbo 1 SEPTTiTOIRIIdH ANIERICAl rL KENTUCKY IRISH jI6fl1 l Devoted to the Moral sod Social Ava Hcem Mt of alt frisk AmirlciiSa KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICANPRINTINGColncorporated 1PUlDf Ii Mara SUBSCRIPTION PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR SINGLE COPYc Entered at the UmUvHe PostoHlce as SecoadClua Hitter Address IICoBfflHalcatlcn to the KENTUCKY IRISH AMERICAN 33537 West Qreei SI IIJlmtr- TAADES f UNION COUtlCIL1JLABEL a LOUISVIILBKYno SATURDAY MARCH 16 1907 CONGRATULATIONS We take this occasion ito congrat- ulateC our readers on this sptaid St Patrlcka day annlccrsary dition of the Kentucky Irish American ontl to thank our advertisers for thpt liberal patronage and good will All nee ask in return is that our reader will patronize those houses appear thlagbest that can be found and are entitled to the good will of all Irish Americans The hearty support accorded this paper encourages us to greater and better effort It is rthus we will endeavor to show our appn elation JUST A WORD Tomorrow will be the anniversary of St Patrick the apostle of Ireland t a day that is dear to the Irishman no matter where he may be From thlJ time of the saints conversion of Erin from Druidism to the prese day Irelands sons and daughters has been true to ithe faith and loyal to country The story of Ireland is 011 interesting lne not surpassed in the history of the world Tors cuted and driven from the land of their birth there is not a nation ti t has not benefited by the acqulsiUt of the IriSh In our own free and glorious country no other race has contributed ias much to its spiritual intellectual and material advancement as tmve the Irish end their descendants Their record is a proud one and should 1 bc kept fresh in the irands of our peo pie This duty falls to the parent of itihe rising generation who at this time might well review the strikin and brilliant careers of their once try The example set by the sturd and honest IrishAmericans is ven worthy of emulation Leading pure and upright lives developing and improving the country illustrious nn vise in legislative councils of their adopted land distinguished for bravery and courage on the field of battle foremost in the pulpit and in the law who is there that can lout back with feelings other than pride riJWith thp 2tct3 before us we woul101 urge Shatihers and mothers to make their children better acquainte with the history of their forefathers who left them a great heritage Sc cure for them any one of the man histories of the Irish in the old land and in America and there will ifolUy mental and moral improvement Let us become the Americans of America but ever remain true to the teaching and traditions of the Isle of Saint and Scholars THEY HAVE HOPE Today tore world over there is hop in the hearts of the sons and daug tern of Erin and their descendan that the present year will see home rule granted tto Ireland For over one hundred years that fair country h1s been subjected to persecution and misgovernment that would have totally obliterated a less virtuous and sturdy race of people When he net of union was passed in 1800 Ire landa population was over nln millions but Englands misrule BUd heartless policy have reduced that number by half and brought the country to the verge of ruin Never before were ithe people more united than now and following the lead of Jobi Redmond and the Nationalist party it would eeem that the cloud that has si long hovered over the most falthfu nation the world has ever known must soon pass away and her sun- Shine brighter than at any time It her past history God speed the day that Ireland will have home rule and her own Parliament iroMolry would r existlagland of St Patrick had hundreds of villagtsmalnrtainiDg good troDg mieia and women OREATER LOUISVILLE ExpOSiU011that tinue for two weeks should prove a bIg thing for our city and a credit to Kentucky Here inventions manufactures art literature all will bl Ktempllfled Jn s mos charming and brilliant manner It Is therefore the iingforoi date eity will in a mcMure be at fltake TtOii esporitton will teach everyfbody fotaaVhSatg which after all Is ithe iootMsid rvtipii of greatest iai poiifcanee and Itmost J tang Ther are thowwwxk who know but IMtte of tile many ad varied lndutrio that have apnui up fa I lt- titiu1MHWrit few ywte e kha know edt f1itII tlynholdd9aot xesgw- dely The thrad 1 are rvea rs- arJ0 tS- G CD duced rates and thousands of peoplo from this State and from other Stut will attend In this matter we aJJ have n duty to perform and shou need no urging Ito do it onday night has been designated as Iris American night and with favorab weather we predict un outpourlr that till not be surpassed while tJte exposition lasts SUFFERING The most deplorable and worst labor trouble ithat Louisville has ever experienced has been in progrc since Sunday morning and its Banc ful effects ere already Jar reading The failure of the Traction Oompan and its employes to settle tdiei differences has paralyzed tmsinea from the effects of which it will tolte some time to recover This contes has already been prolonged too fax simply because the company woul not treat with its employes rand leave to orbitraliicti questions upon whic they can not agree A settlemer could have been arrived nt on Honda by which all the trouble and expen that Lave since been incurred coultl have been obviated and this wIthout any more cost for operating tllC street cars than before the strike More serious than the monetary loss is the inconvenience and suffering to which the people of the city have been so needlessly subjectei and which is being followed by sickness contracted by those exposed to the healthdestroying weather of the past few days by the action of the Traction Company President Minar and Superintendent Funk should be made to realize that they owe some rthing to the community from which they have received so much The should remember that one life is far more valuable than their entire syi ternIf 1n this trouble there is loss If life the railroad officials will be as cessOry In any view of the case tJtcy are violating their charter right and if they longer persist in a polio that is bringing harm upon our cut the people should rise en masse and take control of the streets which ar public property and do not belong tithe Traction Company Just as we go to press rumors nrn afloat that negotiations are undo way that may le14to a settlemer of the contest We sincerely hopc that when this paper reaches itll readers they will have been successful and that pence and quiet have been restored The consecration of the Right Rev G A Guertin Dishop elect of the Manchester diocese will take place in St Josephs Cathedral at Manchetc on Tuesday March 10 This Is an event in which the Catholics of New Hampshire nro one and all greatly interested In making the announcement Bishop puertin said there wcr many other days which could have been chosen for this ceremony but that ithe day selected had a specia significance that of the patron sain of the Church in the United States and more especially Ute putron saint of the Cathedral for whom the ifcurch had been named In choosing this day the ms1op said it Vas necessary to obtain a special dIspen- sation which hud been granted by the Holy Farther The consecrating prolate will bo the Right Rev Diomcde Falconio apostolic delegate Again the anniversary of Irelands rtional festival will be obServed and honored throughout the world Irina scattered sons will celebrate by processions by banquets toasts to- the sacred memories of the past to the hopes of the present and in Tar ous other ways while tomorrow all ill do greatest honor ito St Patrick and credit to themselves by a practical participation In the religious bservances of the day Editor Sweetman is to be con ratulotcd upon bis excellent souvc nir edition of The TWo Hundred It- si tho finest publication of its kind rer issued and reflects great credit upon the publishers and the Knights of Columbus Whom Jt so ably repro sents In the street car trouble itflje daily papers have been more variable thAn- the winds They changed their attit- Ude with almost every edition issued fa a vain ttemptto play favorite first with one side ad then with the- o her in1son to him Ilk HrMBocity in start agA otherofp4arl buckle alroaldbe t withtaadwi quite dry raitiBg it ofd M puI4Wteg rith angry elat x c 0 0- Ii r k j I ItrN f 11rW Ji fJPEIfIff 1 TRUST COMPANY i CAPITAL 1000000 U SURPLUS 1000000 I 2JO FIFTH ST r ktiIMI I Viv IT J f c ro if t 1TW141 Receives money subject to check pays interestt on time and savings deposits and performs duties in ALL FIDUCIARY CAPACIES j u i h fF V Jif BOTH PHONET 2397 SPECIAL LADY ATTENDANT FOR WOMEN I WTBI3RRYfir INCORPORATED BROOKS DEN liARD Manager chalrsf1I1edal1Trusses Abdominal Supporters Apparatus for Deformities Artificial Eyes Dath Cab attention givtO1 to making Rna repalriDg Drafts Supporters and Trusses Grinding Knives Razors Sensors and Skates Jr 2ES23SS3 THIRD STREET Q8Q3 oQ t 00HM H X M H t KRANZBROSj iiDRUGS s AND SUNDRIES 1t yso ii r + i = We pay especial attention to our prescription department isi so fBOTH PHONES 22nd and Jeffersonf i 0 Charles J Cronan REAL ESTATE Bought Sold Exchanged Rented and Managed HOME PHONE 1614 Room 313 Louisville Trust Bldg tSC3GSG 6 ale 1 SOCIETY SS9S9S969IB969S9SS6969S9S91 rs George ratt5ngly of Bards town has been visiting relatives here Mss John J Schulten has reoov ered from her Illness of typhoid fever Mrs Hugh Rose was the guest ol Miss Mattde Richardson at Elizabeth town for a week Mass Lillie Inihof Is tome from a delightful visit with Miss Hildegari Hoffman at Beard Mrs Hattie Morgan Is home from Hodgenvdlle where she visited her father C R Hogan Misses Mice Hickey and Annabel Cunningham arc home from a ten days trip to New York Miss Ellen Gorln has returned from a much enjoyed visit with Mrs Henry Hardln at EHzubethtown Miss Ida Snckett of New Albany has been spending rtfae week with rein lives at McLeansboro III Miss Mayme Hngan was last week the guest of her sisterinlaw Mrs Mary Hogan in Cinclnnalti Mrs Edward Kelly has returned from Springfield where she visited her brother William Hamilton Miss Lilly Goodman of Glasgow has been visiting here as the guest of her sister Mrs M S Schuster Mrs J D Nienaber returned thin week from Paris where she visited her mother Mrs Thomas F Roche Will Ohedter of Pope street has about recovered from his recent illness and expects to return ito work in a few flays Miss Lillian OalTahwn of New Al bariy left Tuesday to spend three weeks with her sister Mrs C R Howard at Pittsburg Miss Ndll Mooney of Nashville has ifor several days been Ithe welcome guest of Miss Edna Burgess 510 West St Cartherine street Miss Mamie Kenney will leave for St Louis next week where she will remain on a visit for two weeks as the guest of relatives Mrs Will Kopmeyer had as her guest this week Miss Bertha Grob meyer a prominent figure in Carroll tons best socieSty circle Mrs Graeme McGowaa and sons Walter and Charles of Crescent Hill will leave in a few days for Pass Christian Miss for a stay of several weeksEugene Sullivan 407 East Gray street will celebrate tomorrow in honor of tt pretty little maid thsvfc liai just arrived to brighten his home Miss Liza3e Dougherty who was ill for several weeks at lots Mary and Elizabeth Hospital M returned to her home tp the great Joy of her many friends and relatives Little Katherine Hlggins daughter if Michael Hfegiae iwi o wM seriously- m with the measles at her home In akd ilev hats atowst entirely recov Bred MM will be out next week itr and Mrs John J Barry will for St Louis next week Mr Ileavey being a delegate to the Am ri Bowling Congress Dufiutf tilth MiLytkeywi11be the gHMtfl of Mr led Mrs Henry MonJeke dFagiaseraicr i 1 lJ r t fering from the grip For the pas week he has been confined to hi4 home on West Madison street but hill Irish friends hopehe will be able t be out with it hem tomorrow Miss Katie Dahlems numerous friends are rejoicing over her recover from an illness that confined her to her home 1001 West Main street for the past six weeks She will be out tomorrow to join with thorn in doin honor to the patron saint of Ireland Charles Raldys legion of friends were delighted fo see him out again Wednesday after an illness that confined him to his home on West Mat street text week he will return to his duties as letter carrier when hc will be warmly welcomed all along routeMrs Hogan of New Albany was called to Covington last Saturda by the illness of her daughter Mis Julia Hogan who became ill whil holding the position of trained iiurs in a hospital there Another daugi ter Mrs Maggie Wolfe of SIlver Grove accompanied her The many friends and admirers of Miss Eddie Meehan of 1107 East Broadway will welcome the news that she is doing nicely at St Josephs Infirmary where last week she under went a delicate surgical operation Miss Meehans physician and attend ants predict her speedy recovery and say she will soon be able to return to her home There has been a decided Improve ment in the condition of llttle Misi Katherine Nilest the bright and pretty daughter of Henry NUest who has been quite ill for the past two weeks at her home 5211 West Broadway Her young friends will be pleased to learn that she will be able to be with them again next week Seeing Paris Mrs Winifred OConnor and her two sons Attorneys James and William OConnor who have been spending the past two months abroad were In Paris this week and registered at the New York Herald office on Wednesday With them was the Rev Thomas McCarthy Read Before returning they will spend a couple of weeks in Ireland and will arrive home nsxt month Deserved Promotion Thomas J Lynch formerly clerk to then Superintendent of the freight department of the Louisville ds Nashville railroad at Owensboro and one of the most popular men in that city- has been promoted and transferred to Louisville with a handsome increase- in salary He will have headquarters- and a responsible position in ithe gen eral freight crfflce her Mr lynch Is the eldast son of Mrs M J Lynch ft Owensboro TakM Goof Place 00WJH McBevitt one of the popular young men of Limerick Ihs secured the building Tnventyeigfeth and Broadway and embarked fai business for hfaniself The Bland is a rood one 111M M Mr MeltevHfc hu a Boat of rlemk the veatore should prove a UOBISM irk ae mifitaMM are in iteti7fo sail oawlilen te that viib1it+y tl l 1 t us for Hay Corn and Oats Feed Etc Iand our EUREKA GROUND for your Both Phones 19 uu EDINGER CO nuJ i eunmr o rnr r 7Vt RCRULHYS Monday Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and Wednesday matinee THE ILLUSION OF BEATRICE Thursday Friday and Saturday evenings Rnd Saturday matinee THE DISTRICT LE- ADERHOPKINSHIGH CLASS VAUDEVILLE TWO SHOWS DAILY Week Beginning Sunday March 17 4FORDS4AND SISTERS Countess Rossi and Mons Paulo presenting At the Fountain Yulll Boyd in A Wtt Coed Cary JJ Taylor Louisvilles Star Singes KinersMoulln Sensational Hand Balance Redwood Harvey A Dright Musical Offerin Kinodrome New Animated Views JAS J MORTON Americas Leading Comedian PRICES Evening 110 to 76 cents Matinee Best Seat In House 25 cents BUCKINGHAM MATINEE DAILY Week Commencing Sunday Matinee Mar 110 The Greatest of AllBurlesque Shows Presenting two original burlesques eight no elty acts and eight clever comedians H t t Cntnb Phone M389 Home Phone 214 UNION ICE CREAM co MANUFACTURERS OP PURE ICE CREAM AND SHERBET We nave oar own dairy and ice plan and we separate our own cream This enables us to put a better cream on the competitors627633 EIGHTH ST t4 TELEPHONE 2863- SOWDI3RS FISH CO FOR PURE OYSTERS e NO WATER NO PRESERVATIVE 151 W JEFFERSON ST Police Chief Resigns Con J Sullivan who made the best record of any Chief of Police that ihelbyville ever had resigned his position haft week but viU not retire until April 1 Ohief Sullivan will then iccrane the Superintendent of a large railroad firm Steady Growth Carons City Directory just completed for the year 1007 is a most valuable bobk and ebonm toe In Ute tanks of every business and nero antlle house It showa the wonder ismaklngherucrese of about 9 000 opttr r la tyear J on 1 iJ Sharkey Ii Co will have a fjnnal opening oh Mondayof tie new cafe they h4tve jut fitted out- nit Seventh andl Walnut streets 1J t- says the new place will be made first class In every respect and Invites his lends to the opening Forte Hours Tomorrow morning the ReT liheFortyHoursTrLnitycf1urchtHe aei ttnoQ of a ftumtoer of clergy ianand the devotions will be con aued until Tuesday evening Have a short piece of hose to at 1515 to the Water lemeet and aackind o the washtubs to fUltbB1l and eve tiny HftiBg a d 1M JtMlii t a 11- fJ si r iw w j 4 TIT This Four fc 11 rYou will like IL No better 3pour made than Edingersi s v IPremiumI Barrel and Sack Phone Mill FEED horses BROTHERS contracting Opening Monday Fourteenth and- Magazine Sts NightH r Monday Evening March 18- H Will bring all loyal Irish Americans to the H Armory to continue the celebration of St N Patricks Day in the true way of Erin f TIlE GREATER f LOUISVILLE i EXPOSITION II- Has set aside the first night for the w honor of the Saint and his people K Creatore and his Band Government Court Art Exhibit of 300 picturrs of local talent 7 Industrial a Special Amusement1 Features Government Court Alhambra Theater Exhibit of 300 Louisville Books All these will be in the grasp of the Exposition goer on Mon day night March 18 at the First Regiment Armory Sixth and Walnut Streets Single Admission FraternalZ5cfcj UU4i UUA 4WW4WW SPRIM 8TOGK yhEvery department in our two stores is teem ing with new goods bought specially for this 3seasons businessand bought before the f advance in prices You will surely need some article this spring to adorn your home t a or make you comfortable and eiiher of our ii- J 9 i 1i1tA LESS PRICE THAN ELSEWHERE f With us it is easy to buy and easy to pay 4 rYou select from an uptodate stock at low k prices and the most liberal terms of credit 5offered by any easy payment house in city st t- ii WE ARE OUT OF HIGH RENT DISTRICT S a No big rents to pay that must be added to k the price of the goods every workingman knows what a hole rent day cuts inhis incomettt t1r COME LET US SHOW YOU THROUGH rS You need not buy and should you not be Ei fta+ ft t tft 1 XTVt iooozHtJ++H +H oiHXozHOOO o THE LOUISVILLE Home Telephone Company w OFFERS ONLY THE aa- t BEST SERVICE tj Ii tAND AT4tPOPULAR RATE1l 15 QUESTIONdd yy i dK r 1 t t t 0j t i ry r 0 j ico0 O O Q o 1 t r LJmILAICLT jZrw IIIfIIfIlI ttIIf v IIf I Q 1I 1i r 10 r iI l f I LlBuy tnor C FATHER Can Play MOTHERCan C DAUGHTER Can Play SON Can Play G Without having to take any music lessons= such a piano is the IParrand=ecilian PianoI A piano that will make any home more desirable to live in because any member of the family can enjoy the class of music he or she desires 4 If you have a piano that is unemployed why not change it for a FARRANDCECILIAN I We will allow you all it is worth as part payment i and the balance we will arrange in payments tosuityourt J 1 I convenience r V t Come and try the FARRANCPECILIAN or write for illustrated bookletI IiijiM if iV It j jff IMontenegroRiehmI Music Co I H 628630 FOURTH AVENUE LOUISVILLE KYElArAAS1 AII U AV A Capital Paid up Surplus and Profits 5000000 450000 UNION NATIONAL ti BANKII Depository of Funds Of the United States r CLINT C MeCLARTY Prisi J B LEWMAN Caiblir- CNC C BICKEL VlccPriii MATTHEWS Aisl Caihlir I SouthI L BANK OF LOUISVILLE KY C apit1pus 250000t Acts as rftmc agent for Natiosalnanka maker a frpec Hy cf collection and attends to all matter estnlstciJ tq it with prompt lndlldwlll of aatika S E GORNER FIFTH AND MAIN i t J FALLS CITYvWEAT MARK 852 SECOND STIUffiET J F ULLIV oJaAanr HAD cri ee THj8 zro1 DrusfMl+ PlJtry aid C e f All Minis iueIsoP- ita I rtoloa1 CatsefBefn 1Lain kasd ou storailk diAloO the 3tand PrrtaetLarilie dty c alio ar1Y Pnslk sad U+BaN F aadnIire4lilawtuedcotprodaeos LII1SYKLZ lItIf CfWAJfTS klATS FLY I I II Gu J- lbn EXPOSITION Greater Louisvilles Big Even Will Open Monday Night j I I Greater Louisville awaits with touch interest the opening of her Industrial exposition at the State Guard Armory next Monday night For the past month exhibitors decor ntors and electricians have been busy arranging the displays which will sur pass in every way anyfihlng heretofore seen in Kentucky Every inch of available space was taken long ago and there Is no question as to tJiq success of the undertaking which was originated with the laudable purp- OSe of making known Louisvilles many and varied industries and bene fiting her merchants and manufac turers upon whom the advancement of the city largely depends Creatore and hIS famous band have been secured for the exposition and will give concerts afternoon and night This twill be only one of maul features provided for the entertain went of itfhe thousands who are ex pected to attend nightly An orches trion twelve feet high and of im mense bulk will play continually ex cept during the four tours devoted to Creatore The decorations and illuminations ere on an elaborate scale end are worth a long journey to iSceT1Us exposition win afford the people of Louisville the first op- portunIty of learning what rapid strides are being made and what is going on all around them They should therefore visit the armory Often luring tJie next two weeks and ipw their appreciation of the pubicpf1tedmen who conceived and Worried out this gigantic cntcr prises The Opeaing night has been set apart doitile IriamAmericans and they are expected to carry off the honorsYoUNd WIFES DUTIES Perhaps there is Btetbiag more im portant to H young wife or1 wore el slated to mitlce homq bpy than a- woperknowledge pf her fWtan1 I due regard for bbuaileakl expeDdf ureYeti many a y wg lady eater tag spun life k wholly HnqnaMfied fbr her duller and tae io pick as it wre fcerknowl dge 4n t ad of exer IimI ft A tho knnigledge- herefore jot doneMtJc eedaomy IB a imporbirt of the acqwJre senttoL Djlady ts idasmueh- aaoni obligaMoa oa liar pert M if- 4aihrt Wt s a Jttu iaril 1It l fcfennattow died itMt q ekea to psjida Ie- he wan4i oat a wile aoL aI J7- n o SEVEN YEARS fif tkt 1 0 lt Owen Roe ONoillyIt apt- Army 8 TogatherAYithoutAny His Death Greatest 1alamlty i That Could iBefall t I Ireland r f J Never Wore His Victories Sul lied With Treachery or Inhumanity BESTS IN MONASTERY AT CAVAR Sagest in the Council was he kindes in the hall Sure we never won w lbatlIetwlLS Owen won them all Had he lived had he lived our dear country had been free But lies dead but lies dead and tis slaves well ever be Davis This great man was a descends of King Niall of the Sine Hostages being the second son of ArtWBaron ONeill From a boy he was a eol dier in the only nwuitial academy of Christendom Flanders He always fought in defense of the Catholic re llgion in foreign countries as we1l as in Ireland While he UvediJlo country flourished and became more and more prosperous year by year- for lie successfully kept down tlho hand of the sacrilegious destroyer of beautiful churches and monasteries and priests and monks lIe was thi only man capable of coping with Cromwell Had he lived to resist tl10 terrible doings of this ruthless and savage destroyer Ireland would havo quite a different story to relate of CromwellOwen Roe ONiell landed at Doe Castle Donegal in July 1643 nni formally assumed command of the army ot Ulster having been appointed to that important position hythe Confederate Council This council was composed of the principal clergj and laity of Ireland and while It held together the Irish nation was practically free Charles tried to come to terms with the Confederates for his own benefit and this unsettled them at once One party the inglo Irish lords and nobles callet the Pence party were for accept ing the Kings terms The other the old IrisHi n1led the National party would not as they wanted peace and honor and not pence at anj prices And so two terrible and bitter parties were created Owen Roe becoming the leader of the Nation partyOn October 22 1645 John Baptlsl Kinuccini Archbishop of Fermo wht was chosen by Pope Innocent X as Nuncio to the Confederated Catholics of Ireland arrived at Kenmare Baj wfltfli money and ammunition the greater part of which he forwardl to ONeill northwards telling bim ithat upon him it lay to open tbeeyes of the opposite party for be bnd early learned the supreme abilities of the Irish General He resolved t show bow he who defended Arras could strike for God and liberty iat home and on June 4 he had encamped at Benburb at the head of 5000 foot and horse to attack Munroe the Scottish general who had 6000 iJn fantry and 800 horse besides expect ins help from his brother Col Mito roe But ONeill has selected a g position having wood at his rear bog at the loft and the river Bla water to his right The whole army with the gene and officers having confessed and Dived holy communion received 1 Nuncios blessingLhen the bat oommlenced The whole army raced to rout the Catholic trout a shower of bullets from underwood soon made them fall DC They tried every plan but it was use At length the enemy were paring for a general assault w- ON111 perceiving this threw him into the midst of his men charged through them The rej was that the enemy fled for the ri and into the deepwater the 11 masses dashed Owen having pot sion of the ford rand perished I roe did not halt till he reached sferegomery twentyone officers and hundred and fifty soldiers taken prisoners All the Scotch t lery tents provisions arms a nltion and thirtytwo colors fell the hands of the Irish who had seventy killed and two hut wounded Aubrey do Vere truly Ehls day his standard he flit forth He tramples the bond and ban Let them look in his face usurped his hearth Let them vanish him theywho A peace was concluded accep to ell parties on January 17164 ween Ormonde and the Gi assembly of the Confederated oUes and the Nuncio depart ittme on February 23 Ormoud 3Neill came to terms and a 1 vaa brought about between ind they agreed to join in Dec against Cromwell But alasl h rtruck down by a fatal illness tome itlme he battled against t1 ase hoping he might be able U hli army but not the brave w lied at Cloiigfrojiter Castle 164 was burled In the monastery rancisjjt Caraln It was the e t calamity taint could beta Irish nation It is not aki f01 atety iwfea he died from but it fe erallybeikved that fiOmeof nla einemiM polaonedlJilin Davis save Jn hk Lament for the Death of Owen noe Did they dare did they dare to slay Owen Roe ONeill y s They clew with poison him t4te- yfired io neetwith steel Yay God wiltev an hpJr hcmrts may stair lod oeaw to d- tay w Caney Fallen dvigrdeath who nofes d wen Teel lilbM1 beael4edraittedhy all writtrsi iMki h d Owiaj flde lived Ire an i rouW hays JliSiii sat7xh Hi1 kept an- n n + Naaaaaaaa aaeaae aa- r 4lYy to I Icw mK I B PJWERS Freedom MATT ODWERTY tRWINW JOHNSON SeeTr aiu i us Cmt6neaIth Lifi- I l1 I InsuranceComnJlllIV 11 I cj1t J 1 jJ I t t r 0 i 8 J tol t HOME OFFICE 308 W CHESTNUT ST LOUISVILLE KY iEyerKentiickian and Especially Every Irish Kentuckian 1 SHOULD PATRONIZE THE COMMONWEALTH And thereby keep at home at least a part of the enormous amounts that are now being yearly sent to Northern and Eastern cities The Officers and Directors of the Commonwealth arc well known citizens of Louisville and their connection with the company is a guarantee that its affairs will be conducted in a safe and conserva tive manner and that every policy issued will be absolutely safe and secure N 4e 1 rX Y Ia7 Rye WLWellerSonsI DISTILLERS AND- WHOLESALEH LIQUOR DEALERS 131133 West Main Street v Louisville KentucKy h1 j I I u jL Silas Be Johnson Harlem Club tI army together for seven years with out a Government to help him and provided ammunition and necessaries and gained victories for his country He left rank and station abroad for its service In forty battles fought he only lost one and no treachery or inhumanity ever sullied ills victories his forces were so well managed Never did he fight for distinction or private Interest he fought and died for Ms country and if he mid been spared for some time longer innocent lives would not have been taken as they were by tare savage Cromwell line lived for Erin weal but aicd ns woe wp INTO EVERY PART bobin41 conditionsweeping1 dugong and scrubbing all lunaobk4eijIioallow any decaying matter to mulate In bite o llar Rash and eeuIcleaning clouts tuba pail I etc MoI M yon have fta6ahadtesingakeun- It la ikbf 80 rnuoh the dwkv1bhat is jm sight as the dnM demgueea led a may lajd rk places that make a- dvelltnr U aneanitcryth J I iSAMUEL CASSEOAY H H HOLEMAN JOSEPH J HAYES Prtsleentt Cashier Aiat Caihler H BANK OF nGOMMERCE I rLOUISVILLE KY JThe accountS ofr Banks Bankers Individuals Firms and Corporations are Solicited Three per cent Interest paid on 6 months Certificates of Deposit whether large or small i CAPITAL and SURPLUS OVER 1000000 DIRECTORS I MILTON II SMITH President LouUville S Naihvllle Railroad Co U M DURFORD 4 Capitalist JOHN W BARK Jr President Fidelity Trust Co JOnN L DODD of Dodd and 4 Dodd Attorney ANDREW COWAN of Andrew Cowan Co Wholesale leather and o FindingsI GEORGE W NORTON Capitalist IOHN 8 WHITE of John White Co Ex- porterI Furs and Dealers in JUde HENRY VOGT i resident of Henry Yogi Machine SAMUEL CASSEDAV President Coi s- Naia00N N baNis 1 N 0 a 1 SNN NO N P GERMAN BANK CAPITAL 250000 SURPLUSr- S 26tQPQ1ii t r I I J INTEREST PAID ON TIME DEPOSITS FIFTH AND MARKET STREETS r Albert Te Schranz Co REAL ESTATE37 J IN ALL ITS BRANCHES l VilliJONEYtrMIPHONiM AN27y l RltOifUwOI1 e Mil alit Ones ASgFORH FALLS 1 CITYj i BEeRO- N I r SALE EVERYWHEREME PRONEt 161 1V CUMINONE WESTIxv1 C r- UQ n I r1 i zrzog IRISa AltE A IIM DESIGNERS COMMERCIIiL OTOGRRPHERaSjj I IflLFTONE AND WOOD ENGRAVERS b ZINC ETCHERS ELECTROTYPERS I II IISEND US YOUR PHOTOGRAPHS u AND COPIES WE FURNISH CUTS THAT PRINT r PHOXES2712 o CREEi OUIvIELF o 0 0o r FINE JEWELRYWe are now showing the finest assortment ever seen in this city Diamonds Gold Watches Rings and Necklaces at most reasonable prices Call and see our display of Handsome Silverware BRUNN THE JEWELER 530 West riarket Street 44 Sx 34 S 4xe4s Kjx Sx HOTEL HOEMERHENRY Q HOEMER + Proprietor I 15 and 17 West Twelfth St CINCINNATI I Parties who intend visiting Cincinnati will find here every con venience and comfort to be found in a modern and uptodate X hotel and at right prices Street cars pass hotel entrance FIRSTCLASS CAFE IN CONNECTION f HOME PHONE 88 CUMBERLAND 123 J J BARRETTS SONS FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS S3SEas1 la iii treat tj + iIJftttttD J DOUGHERTY S J McELLIOTT DOUGHERTY McELUOTT f Funeral Directors and Embalmers t u 3 Mli 1r iat a E iokBoth Phones 2098 CARRIAGES FURNISHED ALL OCCASIONS All Calls Ansyvered Promptly Day er Night 1231 WEST MARKET STREET t tt t t t t t t tM Gran W Smiths Sort AL SMITH Proprietor Pu JEmblmsril tCarriages FurIshaelJor All OccaiioHB ok Short Notice 809 w JEFFERSON STREET TELEPHONE 810 r I IJIIJU1t10 J E TRACY tlt STRAUB IOTH r PHONE33S3 TRACYS STRAlBt 1 FUNERAL DIRECTORS AND EMBALMERS I carrl STREETahJ 11 111111 t t 1I1I I III JIll t J 11 v PABST BEERIJ s p r I ALWAYS PURE Brewed from carefully selected barley andllopR tl1euserlIt i W brewery unm proprly aged r l T11ci2Flfx I 610 Louisville Braaeh Fourtosnth and Jefferson Staj- i J = t1 IJ V ii Q 3er 715717 WEST MARKET STREET Iyecfo ff PRIVATE HOSPITAL FOR THE CARE OF INSANE AND EPILEPTIC PATIENTS The Sisters of Mercy of Jeffersonville hospitalforepileptic patients Both male and female patients are admitted Rates very reasonable For further particulars apply to MOTHhR MARY REGINA MERCY HOSPITAL Sparks Avenue Jellersonvllle lad THOMAS KEENAN Funeral Director and Embalmer t TELEPHONE 365 All calls promptly attended to day or night Carriages furnished for all occasions 1225 W MARKET ST bybuyingthat is prepared in a way that makes it stick when ft goes on and besides Diamond Wall Plaster is not affected by the coldest weather two hours after it has been applied Kentucky Wall Plaster Co INCORPORATED BOTH PHONES 2267 KyAlsotar Plant Jeffersonville Ind Phone 555 All tbe new Spring styles and shapes can be found here at reasonable prices Independent of All lUsdeitakers KATIE AGNES SMITH- LtDYCM6rLMf1ft Washing aria Dressing Ladles aad Children a Speckltyi Office 2406 Payne St Both Phones Give year Dopes civcatlM tbtt wM freparo the fer lice ST XAVIERS COLLEGE 1 12 W Broadway LeHtaTlllf i Ky OotidueledtttIieXamaBfMIMra ttueiea- lSekt4icad Beasew Oewea ls- Lr rTetra a Hodeiate Bra ell w IY HOPE TO WIN Fifteen Louisville Teams En tered In National Bowl ing Tournament Tha Kentucky Irish American Squire Adams Y M I anti Faymus bowling teams will leave next FrI- day njgiht for St Louis to participate In the national bowling tournament and will be accompanied by a crowd of friends and rooters who will take advantage of tIle one fare round trip wiliieli is being offered by nil of the railroads line other Louisville teams itlint are entered In the tournament Will not leave until rtlie following Monday evening nndltis confidently exprotefl that from the large list of Louisville bowlers that some of the prize money will foe brought cityThein Oho local league races still continues unabated the Falls City League standing being only changed slightly from that of last week Only tour games separate the first tour teams and it is Any ones race from the present outlook Following is the standing W L P C Kentucky Irish American 47 25 6 0 John Crawls Co 44 28 611- Lovcrthart C Co 41 28 S94 Squire Adams 43 20 507 Korn Krackers 35 37 507 Ilarcourt Co 28 41 390 Ferncllffe Dist Co 25 47 345 Y M Jn 23 50 305 LAETARE MEDAL Miss Katherine Eleanor Con way Receives Great i HonorI UsSR ttherinc Eleanor Conway editor of liie Boston Pilot was chosen last Saturday by the Notre Dame University as the recipient of the Laetare rtcdal for 1008 A medal is given annually to some member of the Cathqdic laity In the United States dikCingrnishcd for service to religion apt science or philanthropy Miss Camtoy Js the fourth nvtunim to receive this honor Miss Conway isa well know writer and authority on questions pedagopv She has been connected with itiho Pilot for twenty three years and since 1005 has been editor in chief She was born in Rochester N Y and has published twelve books including two novels and two vojumes of poems EJfDED IN DEATH Deaths dill came to Mrs Elizabeth Jones oi the residence of her nice Mrs Rlchald Bannon 1355 lllteenth street miter Ward illness of a week re suJjdBe frojina cold C acteflhUe nursing iheii infant grandnephew Mira iT ones w a ijeventytwo years oWadIs survived toy a daugihler Miss ijlor enco Jones a son Charles Jones a sister Mrs Anna Pickering and two brothers Thomas Clancy and Charles Clancy of New Albany Her funeral took place Monday morning with a solemn mass of requiem ai the Sacred l1evPatrickABOUT SAME RATE John J Wlnn of the Health De partment is authority for the state meat that the patrons of the Brook and Seventh lreet car line hardly realized there was a streetcar strike ottenerduring Today and mum FJuGBj Gray will precrat the patrons of the Fiekwtok wife pa lIJfthreetwtth a souvenir IrikflacBob haea beet of lrl b frUndt and never Ml it- tobesrryaeeeftheir satloBal kelMay r c OFPICB HOURS SUNDAYS 8T06 0T012 DONT YOU WANT Good Denial work done for the least money lOur Dentistry Will Please You We are responsible and do just as we advertise All work guaranteed OR H J COUCHMAN Dentist 551 FOURTH AVENUE oppJao C Lewis Co CB THOMPSON FLORISTROSEBUDS A SPECIALTY FLORAL DESIGNS 682 Fourth Avenue 261 W leflinon SI Both Telephones 1050 All orders receive prompt attention and satisfaction guaranteed PETER M ANDRIOT SONS WAGONH MANUFACTURERS Carriage Repakliig lid Ra hr TIns 205 AND 207 WEST GREEN STREET HENRY HUNOLD DEALER IN Staple and Fancy Groceries A FIRSTCLASS SAMPLE ROOM IN CONNECTION Old Whiskies a Specialty HoePHoae 4330 540 W WALNUT HEEEMANN BRO IKPOltTDS FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Distillers and Wholesale Dealers in Finest Breads of Kea tacky Whisldeseepecls- J1yPEARL OF NELSON BOTTLED m B0ND Tclcpfceie 1412J4SWf Stmi HEIIV LI JJ1 POLS DYER ADO GLEANER Litii Mi Artst Wur AjHMrii WRK IUARANTL- E1ihm01e 521rittJa Strutu- t Go iIMULIx DOOTT I I finestIguarantee ofgopdnessa trademark for highclass material and workmmanship ii See that it has to do with any work in 1 this line you may have doneI WRITE US FOR INFORMATION Muldoon Monument Co Incorporated 322 W GREEN ST LOUISVILLE WE SELL PIANOSOf 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 eSilsaao FOURTH AVENUE Boston Dental Parlors 203 TtIDST MAJ I3T ST A SET OF TEETH 300 IAGold Crowns 33AO Bridge Work 300 Fllllngi GOc up Extracting 25c Home Phone 3272 ALL WORK GUARANTEED TEN YEARS ROGER NOHALTY WET GOODS AND SMOKERSN W COR 2IST AND PORTLAND AVENUE FRANK FEHR BREWING CO INCORPORATED Brewers and Bottlers LOUISVILLE KY DRINK Hofbrau and Pilsener Beer BREWED BY SENN ACKERMANBREWING COMPANY INCORPORATED TELEPHONE 452 ZOUISVILZ1 3CY Cumb Phone thin 1913 1913T8z WIEDEMANNr BREWING COMPANYS Celebrated Draught and Bottled Beers Yyjj Soldat all leading bars and cafes Renowned for purity strength and excellent flavor Gruber Deuser Managers Louisville Ky JOHNFOERTEL COINCORPOR- ATEDBUTCHERTOWN BREWERY IJ CELEBRATED CREAM BEER- t i SI t 1400 to 1408 Story Avenue BOTH PHONES 891 LOUISVILLE KY JOHN E FRA1TR WALTERS Clay=5treet Brewery 812 and 814 CLAY STREET telephone 209mLOUISVILLE KY A8H FOR DIERSEN SoEINEfiARKec BEERl a F Tile Rrtr ONE 0K THE FINEST BEERS MADEt 0 aI it- Y 0- J C ifi iNTUOKY IRI l UERIO nor S UU Uo4t+ IoU U +44 + 4444444444ft a pa rv f ri + av1 Pkice ti LMESIsa oft For years vv s have made a spe Our laces arc Imported from i Belgium and Germany and we laUty1 of selling alt1 qr illace have iesttmonlal3 from Reverend robes and surplloes for the clergy sisters as to their value and dur i tand laces for altar boys surplices ability Samples sent on request r- vI l- ISIj UNMATOHABLE VALUES IN SHI WAJ-I i tI t f y- fx11 t Neverin the history of our have shown so many waists for spring and summer wear One is more prettythan the other 1 I tn4ilhi1qgllqallI c strlct1YJlPtodate BYbUYll g in quantities and before the advance in rice of materiall laces and embroideries secured tIr fl1l1Y z pe cent cheaper than they could be duplicated today We adhere to ourfixed ollcrhand price theui lowS r f it thus giVing our cuftomers the benefitiiiJi Iif4 t j t tbasIs c i i jijJ j7I tm i Jr i So 139 V1 I IiSVlil 1IY11N1VaCIST like Pfc U cfLfhc1 roux of embroidery f across enUro dronE open front Song sleeves this is one of the x many beautiful styles that I wo have Gets 98c I J ytxffo itaW f ftLAVx yAISTjite epic Unre brciad piece of iembroideryift and four rows of Insertion down front tucked cuffs and collar open back short sleeves 75e + N NA LARGEST MILLINERY HOUSEi IN THE SOUTH Prepared at all times to supply the needs of the millinery trade quicker and better than could be done from New York WHOLESALE ONLYdt Our Paris branch keeps us constantly supplied with the latest creations of the French Artists and if you get itjfromjBaijd syou may rest secure you are ahead of your competitor P SENDER OUR SPRING CATALOGUErr r Mb- It contains many hints that the milliner should know and is free for the ask- ingDavid Baird Son513515 W MAIN ST LOUISVILLE KY ttttttttt1t1t1 tttttJ1tt11tttt1tt 1tttt1ttttt1 L G SEELBACII and H M SECOR Mgrs F B MORRIS Chief Clerk =3- II IiI Ii II- A Modern first Ciass Hotel at ModerateMw is EUROPEAN PLAN f1 SAMPLE ROOMSMAE MASHOWER THIRD AVENUE AND MAIN sluuumimummmma uuaimawauma immimmuuK fr XX x x x a IF YOU WANT COAL QUICK CALL 315 ae f1 Y 1 ft1 rrBYRNE SPEEDI Y J iii COs t 3 r I 4 I 415 WEST JEFFfRSON STREET j1- J r i lyeLbtANTHRACITECC ff- JH IORDER BY TELEPHONE MAIN 315 AND 331 SooHi++ ooootoot1O c +j HootetooHs++ + nii s- Ii ul f eA PRUCAI L t I o L 0- D U a- da us + + te ++ + Hs JSO5MANKETSREET INcoRroRATBp we we r L J f fNo 1143 WHITE INDIA Lt ON WAiST like picture pointed yoke small tucks broad embroidery and luce iaseutlon across front open back short sleeves price t 98c STILL FIRM Pope Preparing to Uphold Posl tion of Church Before j French Court fr t will Stt Lawyers J ati York 1tn Each DtocesQ to Regain Property x tttMuch That Was Given to the Guurchxby ItalySjU 4 Involved SEIZURES SAID TO BE ILLEGAL Ii The most important news of the past week relating to the situ atlon in France is contained in the Associated Press dispatch from Rome which sins that after a series of consultations with prominent Italian and French lawyers well versed in international law it has been decided to establish in every diocese of France a special bureau managed by the most prominent le gal authorities to be found for the purpose of claiming for the church properties the French Gov ernment shall have seized to which it was entitled under the common law of the country There are churches and semina ries parochial residences and episcopal mansions which have been turn ed over to the municipal authorities or have recently ben declared the property of the State which neither the State nor the municipal authorities had the least right to seize Such is the case with all the church property seized by the French Government in the diocese of Nice and Savoy which wre made the abso lute property of the church by special treaty when Italy ceded these two provinces to France Such is also Ute case With the for mer Papal residence in Avignon over which the Vatican authorities never relinquished their rights of posses icon The episcopal palace formerly occupied by Cardinal Lecot the Archbishop pt Bprdeaux was a gift tpj the cihurch and the same may Jbe said of the many churches andcathe drals which have been built all over France by the faithful without a cent of contribution from either the mu nicipalities or the State Because of this the Pope has been advised that there is still a chance to obtain ia restitution of some of the seized property as article ninth bf tho new law of separation explicitly allows such revindications before the courts or the Council of State In Parls itself the legal bureau for lie purpose has already be4n estab- Ished In connection with the restora- tIon of the property of the archdio cese Including the palace of the Nunciature and the former residence of Cardinal Richard In the Rue de Crenellei low occupied bY the Labor Ministry M Tadiere Professor of International Law In the Catholic In stitute otj Paris has hieehchosen jp t the suggestion of the Pope te direct the work and it Is probable that be fore long several lawsuits will be started by the French prelate against the State authorities in order to obtain if possible the rest tution of seine of the property of the church HJS JPEACJBFCrii END Michael Jicriry Scott a retired eon tractor and fire insurance e1ttd a former resident of the General Council nd the Kentucky Legislature from the kiibieth Xegla ttlveilebalct- Secof pr lysiB jn his 8 vf aMe+ tp year SwtiircUy morning at hla home 1107Slxt treet NrT ottbad an been lnTlM Mirije yeai M w rrsult- f a stroke ofpatalye Six jnonUis paul suffered a Iwltroke nails i 4IoRj 1 Pdiln rickeu pwas AmerIeaei4eGttit 1IiIwwj I JiM 1Imcietn lea tft cwt 0- A J D 1 f t No 1101 A ok WHITE LAWN WAIST llko picture square yoke four rows of lace inser tion with broad embroidery between down front open back and short sleeves price I 980f- e SOCIETY DIRECTORY A O XX DIVISION 1 Meets on the Second and rourta Tues dayEvenings of Each Month PresidentThomas D Clines Vice President James J Kllkelly Recording Secretary Thomas Keenan Jr- Iji1lnclal Secretary P J Cusick Courthouse Treasurer Charles Jr Finegan Sergeantatarms James Doran DIVISION 2 Meets on the First and Third Friday Evenings of Each Month PresidentCon J Ford Treasurer Owen Keiran Recording Secretary Joseph T Lynch Financial Secretary John T Kan ey DIVISON 3 Meets on the First and Third Thurs day evenings of Each Month Northeast corner of Seventeenth and Main President James Coleman Vice President Phil Cavanaucrh Recording Secretary John itTorris Financial Secretary John Hession 1714 Palrd street Treasurer Daatcl J Dougherty Sergeantatanns Thomas Noon DIVISION 4 Meets on the Second and Fourth Wed nesday Evenings of Each Month President Joseph P McGinn Vice President Stephen J McEl MottRecording Secretary Frank P Burke Financial ecretary R E OSulll van 1520 Seventh street Treasurer William J Counelly SergeantartAnns Robert Mitchell Sentinel William Ansbro DIVISION 1 JEFFERSONyjLLE Meets on the First and Third Tuesday at Pfaus Hall County President LouU Constan tine f PresltlentJohnKennedyVice Recording Secretary T OjHern Financial SecretaryJ E Murphy TreasurerMichael Kinneyr Marshall M Garrlty Banner Bearer J G Cole YO I MACKIN COUNCIL 203 Meets Tuesday Evenlgs at Club House 530 Twentyskrtb Street President Ben J Sand First Vice President John T Ken neySecond Vice President Frank Lan ahan Recording Secretary Den Heed Financial Secretary Frank O Adams 2141 Rowan street Corresponding Secretary Fred Zahn Treasurer =Daniel WW1er Marshal John HuniphreyJ Inside SentinelAdolphnafAndriot Outside Seatlnel Jiorge iBartsch LOUISVILLE I 1 OTELMAIN5T h Strictly FlnlClan Both rlaM Telephone ervtce In each room Of HI Retm aid Udict wd Oat Cf Club Breakfast a feature American Dining Room Service unexcelled Hot and Cold running water In roomy Number peracntboardROSSPARIS HOTELI CO Inc Owners and Preprlttari J of his life in Xonisrllle Ever since te ccfcningva citizen of tk country head been on entllietiktstiol Democrat and was an active party worker He serwd two terrors as Councilman end was twice honored with election to ho Legislature He retired from ac tive business six years ago Mr Scott is survived by lilt wife wd W4s formerly Miss Mary Hither two dwg3ter Mines Mattie and Mary Scott jtlMla on rofaattkWath lie aiaq1l argea al- irt littji dia4i1 j1f ieiaevout- triau4ber of hTAMf1Wr endt- tteoi7p tfeat 1 hLolL 4 rnuebb f I run- tl eo long or short Sleeves price Hfufu + nnoflU + ftt+ f + + + nfn Ioo n k ayer Books Rosaries and Bibles hi We have aM linear aH r kipsI att Popular Prices J Catholic Prayer hooks 10 cents to tsarles from io cents to 34S t eacheaeb tri2D3 fromtttents to 203 each I g ivnI a til v L q tc4JJIi t business cotton 4 t C J n 1 np 0 s I t s i whatever j t l 1 1 t r No 1161 WHITE FRENCH BATISTE WAIST with large medallions in front elaborately trimmed with lace dnsortion and fine tucks Open hack 8298 RECENT DEATHS I Wllljani and Mary Whblen 2111 Iloatintt street are mourning the loss of their infant son Richard whose soul passed Into eternity last Sunday The sympathy felt for the bereaved parents was attested by the many who attended the funeral Tuesday inorning Tile funeral of John DBroderic aged thlrtyieSght years a wellknown dairyman who died of typhoid fever at his home 279 Campbell street was held Sunday afternoon The burial was in St Louis cemetery He WM n brother of Patrolman Dave Broil erick of the police force I The faver it of Henry Bode whose den Ii occurred iomlay evening tbokII place Thursday from St Pauls church of whlvOi for years lie ihall been a member Hens tile son of Mr and Mrs B F Bode 423 East St Catherine and was SL young man of sterling qualtlties ntid well liked ant ng his wide circle of acquaint and ep The funeral of Michael McCabe took place Taiesday morning from tho Church ot the Blessed Sacrament Re 4 t Father OSullivtm conducting the solemn obsequies Decreased was Velj kttown in the East End and bail a wide circle of friends wro regret ills doatli For some time past he Itaflmadehls fliV mewith liis daughter Mrs Michael Crone 834East Multi street fi iV Mrs Elizabeth Cissell wido r of the Me William CIssell died Veilnes day evening at Tier home 1714 West Mndispni street leaving o wide circle of friendsl and tccqualoltanccr tc mourn her death She leaves one daughter who is a Sister of Loretto The funeral took place Friday morn ing tfrpjn the Sacred Heart church Rev Father WalsIvorirclAting at the folemn requiem nvsss Tate funeralJ of Mrs Catherine Clalror f290 West Main street was teld 1of i ceninq from St Pat ricks ci urclbvdth Interment in St Louis c aneteTJv Mrs Chair was slxtr years old Imd the willow ot lihomnsICluiran L 1 X maeldnist She Iia sti ytlrec1 by a daughter UssI Joste Clair tnd two jsoni Jglm Clair an en ploye at the canal locks and Wlllfam Olair o coppersmith Deeply grieved were this friends pf Mrs Bridget Killeen kvhen they learned of her death pn Wcdnesilay following an Illness oFgrlp For many years she had lived on Illicit avenue and throughout ithe western section of Cite city she was well known and held in high esteem for her Christian and womanly character SurvUUug her cap are two daughters Mrs Smith and Miss Nellie Kill4n f111heml WUhlSOIem I lie a I doellImo111 hn I tractor dfj0tFlldaS n raiBgt nII boo me illnfe 723lVeetr0akstreet at Asttwiw at the sfter 1II e of sl rU Deceased iiia s sesaed ofj ajahiarvctert1fta endea her Jo everybody tbirtsite MISB cdII know tor SerWada iis to her rte boiljsi MA e was nljvayaread to sse4 iaarc 1te led death rs yam ii f7iMljbJ only one da ter MiasMeISIe Dermody Her fu neral took place from the Domini tart ohnrck MondAy morning tbe in err mentbftlng jn St Xouls cemetery iStill Loyal 7 Qa socowafc ofAi1 e street rst lke to attendance was not Tery large at the tmef btg of Trinity council on- ueeday eyentnig bJt apace presen- tecareryw muck rr tlKed to hear of t ieye returpe a by Messrs Zobk and LutbTIjcltqcolectors10r ibe jijounell the amounts being the la rwl keceitdd bjfi TlkiHy Cwnell for due ntaayWig wefetlug ia the t we 7 mi aahows Ott- tie 1ias e sf 1ya1l awl t Sae haeortidlt = ALL ra 4 1 n- a 1 0 U WASH JAP SILK WAIST in Whit jrMMk like pichlrTto iargesillneiroliroidered Tf frontlace unsehMIand tucked front lace trimmed cuffs rand col+ lay open back shorfIIleees e 1 oot ooNN N 498 i r+ 0 + r NoV245 viiiitqEfnr SILK VtTST like X pichin in black pr nMte fancy ollk J Icm poldcred yoke fine val lace inser s lion toiifdf Iiie ducks ddivxi frontopen A bgackishorti sleeves p cee ft 0 598 I t Io o 04 04N 4 444 04H 1a00e NNNNNN 04 4 N WE ARE READY Z I For the Spring Rush with the grandest i line of i c J y I CARPETS 0T t n RUGSa and rm i i Pei Absolutely reliable qualities at safe i prices Unfaltering courtesy Shown in ioevery transac- tionHUBBUCH BROS i Epti EpiSTREET I 4N A4HNN NN440N4 fN ft I NATIONAL CASKET S P 1COMPANY 1 Fine Cloth Covered and Varnish fin s fc UishJ EFuneralE 1 Finest ShowRoom in the South or P West Sell at Wholesale only Kth and Magazine Sft Louisville Ky d d FW MONTZ Trees and Nianagtr mmnI I I r JOS1WALTONN COJ a FittPQOl1 Pittsburg Old Lee Kanawha Anthracitet and Pluto Cannel Coal Lump Egg and Nut Gas Coke Cumber land Blossburg Smithing and Pocahon tas Smokeless Furnace Coal f Elev ter lad YardFohts4 Ftejd Sti Both RhoDesaS1 MAINO ifICEr1 c c + t t ++++4- yjacn ofbeiaCfopt ofr h18 tentt distric- tweare thothoe ebietoI SAVE YOU BOLLARoii ehtS pair of shoes yed briY Y Y alueff 9 II4QO Valucfor 250 11 lerf heSO- t e r Iut Ior 1- II I n O- mr ra r